Maxrite700 Restoration Mortar
MAXRITE 700 is a single component, cement-based, microsilica and polymer-modified, fiber- reinforced restoration mortar with corrosion inhibitors. It is specially designed for high performance structural concrete repair exposed to an aggressive environmental ambient and provides additional protection of the steel reinforcements. Its long open time and thixotropy allow the repair of new and old concrete in a simple way, without the need for using any formwork, applied manually or by mechanical means.
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ONE-COMPONENT FLEXIBLE WATERPROOF COATING AGAINST POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE PRESSURE FOR CONCRETE AND MASONRY
Maintenance of industrial areas damaged by the aggressive environment, acid rain, atmospheric pollution, etc.Structural concrete repair affected by corrosion of reinforcements in marine environment, bridges, harbours, dams, etc.Repair of concrete structures with the carbonation process.Repair of damaged concrete by deicing-salts, freeze/thaw cycles, mechanical impacts, etc.Concrete repair affected by repeated loads.Repair of pre-fabricated concrete elements.
Corrosion inhibitors prevent corrosion against chlorides and aggressive corroding agents, extending considerably the service life of the structure.Its open setting time allows the quick completation of the repair of large surfaces.Good chemical resistance in aggressive environmental ambient due to its microsilica content.Waterproof. Withstands freeze/thaw cycles.Offers high resistance to carbonation penetration.High adhesion to concrete and reinforcements. Does not require special primers. Loads are transmitted onto the repaired structure. High impact and mechanical strength. Long lasting repairs. Good thixotropy. Application in successive layers without slump or the need to use formwork. Allows high thickness per layer.Easy workability and application. It can also be sprayed by a wet method. Single component mortar. Only requires water for mixing and it is odourless, making it suitable for poor ventilated areas.
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