Non-shrink grout is a hydraulic cement grout that produces a big volume that, when hardened under stipulated test conditions, is greater than or equal to the original installed volume; often used as a transfer medium between load-bearing members.
Cement additives are all designed to make working with cement easier and produce far better results.
They are used in construction as a bonding agent for roughcast and mortars. They also used to patch a concrete surface or pour new concrete on top of old concrete.
They have the ability to thoroughly cover a surface or penetrate a porous substrate, creating an environmental which permits the permeability to gas and water vapor. Their features have low surface tension, which enables them to spread and soak easily into a substrate’s pores. Their highly flexible and mobile properties enable the water-repelling to orient themselves toward the surface, creating a waterproof coat, which has the ability to breathe. Because our products have a very open molecular structure, water vapor trapped in the substrate can easily slip through. Water molecules, however, are too large to enter.
Epoxy adhesives are a major part of the class of adhesives called "structural adhesives" or "engineering adhesives". They are used in the construction and other applications where high strength bonds are required. Epoxy adhesives can be developed to suit almost any application. They can be made flexible or rigid, fast setting or slow setting. Epoxy adhesives are better in heat and chemical resistance than other common adhesives.
Special products such as corrosion inhibitors, which are used to minimize the corrosion of steel and steel bars in concrete.
Polymeric mortars are protective leveling mortars which restore a level profile to the concrete and effectively waterproof the surface. They are offered as single product or as two-compounds solutions.