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Rapid setting, polymer-modified, fibre reinforced repair mortar with corrosion inhibitors. Designed for high performance structural repairs.Features and benefits:Fast setting material.High mechanical strength and wear resistance.Can be placed in layers of between 5–50 mm.Excellent adhesion to concrete.Can be placed to falls.Meets Class R4/ Structural according to European Standard EN-1504-3.Applications:Can be used for structural repairs to concrete affected by corrosion of reinforcements.Marine environments.Suitable for repairs to prefabricated concrete and concrete affected by repeated loads.Repairs damage caused by de-icing salts, freeze/ thaw and mechanical impacts.Technical characteristics:Appearance: Grey powder.Application temperature: >5°C.Adhesion to concrete: ≥2.0 N/mm².Compressive strength: >45 N/mm² (after 28 days).Curing: Mist cured with clean potable water.Density for cured and dry mortar (to EN 1015-10): 2.15 ± 0.1 g/cm³.Open time: Ten minutes (depending on temperatures).Setting time (at 20°C): 10–25 minutes.Dynamic modulus of elasticity: 27 000 MPa.Resistance to freeze/ thaw: 51 cycles scaling 0.1 kg/m² (very good).Consumption: 1.83 kg/m²/mm.

Rapid setting, polymer-modified, fibre reinforced repair mortar with corrosion inhibitors. Designed for high performance structural repairs.

Features and benefits:

  • Fast setting material.
  • High mechanical strength and wear resistance.
  • Can be placed in layers of between 5–50 mm.
  • Excellent adhesion to concrete.
  • Can be placed to falls.
  • Meets Class R4/ Structural according to European Standard EN-1504-3.

Applications:

  • Can be used for structural repairs to concrete affected by corrosion of reinforcements.
  • Marine environments.
  • Suitable for repairs to prefabricated concrete and concrete affected by repeated loads.
  • Repairs damage caused by de-icing salts, freeze/ thaw and mechanical impacts.

More about Maxrite 500:
As standard

Maxrite 500
 Manufacturer:
SURFASOLOGY.
  -Web:http://www.surfasology.com/.
  -Tel:+353 (0)1 832 10 05.
  -Product reference:
Maxrite 500.


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More about Maxrite 500: As standard

As standard

Technical characteristics:

  • Appearance: Grey powder.
  • Application temperature: >5°C.
  • Adhesion to concrete: ≥2.0 N/mm².
  • Compressive strength: >45 N/mm² (after 28 days).
  • Curing: Mist cured with clean potable water.
  • Density for cured and dry mortar (to EN 1015-10): 2.15 ± 0.1 g/cm³.
  • Open time: Ten minutes (depending on temperatures).
  • Setting time (at 20°C): 10–25 minutes.
  • Dynamic modulus of elasticity: 27 000 MPa.
  • Resistance to freeze/ thaw: 51 cycles scaling 0.1 kg/m² (very good).
  • Consumption: 1.83 kg/m²/mm.

Further Information

Literature:

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Contacts:

http://www.surfasology.com/

sales@surfasology.com

T: +353 (0)1 832 10 05

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