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Cementitious repair mortar for all types of construction substrates. It binds the mixing water rapidly, eliminating the need for water curing and protection, and creating a well bonded, rigid abrasion resistant layer on the substrate.Can be applied by trowel or spray equipment.Features and benefits:Minimal shrinkage and expansion, minimizing the risk of micro-cracking.Good workability and adhesion to concrete and masonry.Fibre-reinforced.Application thickness from feather-edge to 100 mm.Open to foot traffic after 3–4 hours.Resistant to CO2 and chloride penetration due to the tight pore structure.Weathering and sulfate resistant.Resistance against aggressive media with a pH range of 3–12, and against soft water with low iron content.Similar in colour to concrete.Applications:Repair of surface defects on concrete, masonry, natural stones and steel.Overlays and repairs on concrete dams, bridges, beams, balconies and facades.Horizontal and vertical overhead areas.Filling of blow holes, honeycombs and surface roughness.Remodelling of architectural features requiring a mouldable mortar.Technical characteristics:Appearance: Grey powder.Curing time: 3–4 hours water curing required in hot weather or very dry temperatures.Density: 1.6 kg/L.Substrate temperature: 5–35°C.Water permeability (to EN 12390-8): 13 bar (positive and negative).Flexural strength: 2 MPa (after four hours); 5 MPa (after 24 hours); 8 MPa (after seven days); 9 MPa (after 28 days).Compressive strength: 15 MPa (after four hours); 31 MPa (after 24 hours); 45 MPa (after seven days); 56 MPa (after 28 days).Chloride ions: <0.05%.Carbonation resistance: Pass.Capillary water absorption: 0.1 kg/m² x h ^0,5.Adhesive strength: 1.8 MPa.Restrained shrinkage: 1.5 MPa.Fire rating (to EN 13501-1): Class A1.

Cementitious repair mortar for all types of construction substrates. It binds the mixing water rapidly, eliminating the need for water curing and protection, and creating a well bonded, rigid abrasion resistant layer on the substrate.

Can be applied by trowel or spray equipment.

Features and benefits:

  • Minimal shrinkage and expansion, minimizing the risk of micro-cracking.
  • Good workability and adhesion to concrete and masonry.
  • Fibre-reinforced.
  • Application thickness from feather-edge to 100 mm.
  • Open to foot traffic after 3–4 hours.
  • Resistant to CO2 and chloride penetration due to the tight pore structure.
  • Weathering and sulfate resistant.
  • Resistance against aggressive media with a pH range of 3–12, and against soft water with low iron content.
  • Similar in colour to concrete.

Applications:

  • Repair of surface defects on concrete, masonry, natural stones and steel.
  • Overlays and repairs on concrete dams, bridges, beams, balconies and facades.
  • Horizontal and vertical overhead areas.
  • Filling of blow holes, honeycombs and surface roughness.
  • Remodelling of architectural features requiring a mouldable mortar.

More about Velosit® RM 202:
As standard

Velosit® RM 202
 Manufacturer:
SURFASOLOGY.
  -Web:http://www.surfasology.com/.
  -Tel:+353 (0)1 832 10 05.
  -Product reference:
Velosit® RM 202.


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More about Velosit® RM 202: As standard

As standard

Technical characteristics:

  • Appearance: Grey powder.
  • Curing time: 3–4 hours water curing required in hot weather or very dry temperatures.
  • Density: 1.6 kg/L.
  • Substrate temperature: 5–35°C.
  • Water permeability (to EN 12390-8): 13 bar (positive and negative).
  • Flexural strength: 2 MPa (after four hours); 5 MPa (after 24 hours); 8 MPa (after seven days); 9 MPa (after 28 days).
  • Compressive strength: 15 MPa (after four hours); 31 MPa (after 24 hours); 45 MPa (after seven days); 56 MPa (after 28 days).
  • Chloride ions: <0.05%.
  • Carbonation resistance: Pass.
  • Capillary water absorption: 0.1 kg/m² x h ^0,5.
  • Adhesive strength: 1.8 MPa.
  • Restrained shrinkage: 1.5 MPa.
  • Fire rating (to EN 13501-1): Class A1.

Further Information

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Contacts:

http://www.surfasology.com/

sales@surfasology.com

T: +353 (0)1 832 10 05

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