Repair Mortar

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It is one component, cementitious ready to use mortar, with highly modified polymers, fiber-reinforced with compensated shrinkage suitable for a wide range of concrete & masonry repairs, especially in floors, vertical and overhead locations without the use of formwork.

- Pre-mixed only water to be added

- Less shrinkage

- Can be troweled & Screeded after application

- Excellent bonding strength prevents delamination

- Free of chloride mixture

- Superior workability

- Excellent Compressive Strength

- Time Saving

- Cost Effective

- Restores Strength

- Easy to Apply

- Excellent Adhesion

  • Mixing- Add 3.5 ltrs. Water / 25 Kg bag, don’t use part bags or add more water.
  • Surface Preparation- Application surface should be properly cleaned from oil, grease & paint like materials. Add putty in water to obtain lump free paste & mix well
  • Repair on fresh concrete areas – Repair mortar can be applied at the thickness of up to 50 mm at a time on Vertical surfaces & up to 50 mm thickness when applied on overhead work.
  • Repair on old concrete areas- Damaged area of concrete should be cut in square area as possible. Remove all the debris, dust & water. Reinforcing steel should be exposed & cleaned around its surface, clean & remove the corrosion of steel by alternative methods. Repair mortar should not be applied more than 50 mm thickness for old concrete areas.
  • Mixing- Add 3.5 ltrs. Water / 25 Kg bag, don’t use part bags or add more water.
  • Surface Preparation- Application surface should be properly cleaned from oil, grease & paint like materials.

Curing Method
  • Usage of Portland cement requires water curing.
  • Curing compound may affect the adhesion of mortar with substrate.
  • Curing of repair mortar commence immediately after finishing.

Precautions & Limitations
  • Repair mortar should not be used below 5*C & above 35*C.
  • Repair mortar should not be part mixed, nor part bags used.
  • Repair mortar should not be exposed to running water during application or prior to final set.
  • Water ponding is not recommended for curing.
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