RM20 repair mortar (PCC)

PCC concrete substitution system tested in accordance to ZTV-ING part 3, section 4, DAfStb directive SIB M2 as well as directive IH and EN 1504-3 for structurally non-relevant purposes

  • concrete restoration in accordance to DIN EN 1504-3
  • ready-to-use restoration mortar
  • reduces the penetration of CO2
  • Construction material class A1 (non flammable) in accordance to DIN 4102-1 and EN 13501
  • RM02: corrosion protection and bonding bridge
  • granularity: 0-2 mm
  • layer thickness: 10-50 mm
  • consumption: 1,85 kg/(m²⋅mm)l
  • processing time at 20°C (68 °F): about 45 min
  • pressure resistance after 28 d: ≥ 50 N/mm²
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  • ready-to-use repairing mortar, needs only to be mixed with water
  • reduces the penetration of CO2 and humidity (anti-carbonation), to great extent impermeable to oil and water, at the same time provided with large reserves of alkali, active protecting the reinforcement against corrosion
  • soft plastic consistence while processing and very good firmness on vertical and overhead surfaces
  • supplied as system comprising the following components:
  • RM20 REPAIRING MORTAR (PCC/M2) (0-2,0 mm)
  • MS05 PCC FILLER / PUTTY (0-0,5 mm)

fields of application

  • concrete repair, reinforced concrete and pre-stressed concrete
  • re-profiling of bridge decks in order to apply sealing membranes or sealing systems, also applied under heat
  • Areas of use PCC I and PCC II according to ZTV-ING
  • gradient compensation in bridge decks
  • coating of ramps in mast foundations
  • concrete repair on inland and sea waterways according to the BAW, Federal Bureau for Hydraulic Construction, ZTV-W LB 219 (PCC)