V1/50 PAGEL-grout

highly flowable swelling grouting mortar with high initial and final firmness, in accordance with the DAfStb VeBMR directive

  • concrete restoration in accordance to DIN EN 1504-3 and DIN EN 1504-6
  • high resistance to frost and de-icing salt (CDF test)
  • sprayable
  • controlled swelling for adherent bonding between concrete and machine parts
  • satisfies the exigences for uses in potable water areas in accordance to DVGW (W270, W347)
  • cement-bound
  • granularity: 0-5 mm
  • base plate grouting height: 20-120 mm
  • consumption: 2.000 kg/m³
  • processing time at 20°C (68 °F): about 90 min
  • swelling after 24 h: ≥ 0,1 %
  • pressure resistance after 28 d: ≥ 75 N/mm²
CE marking QDB certificate of conformity DAfStb/VeBMR

properties

  • high fluidity
  • controlled swelling and strong locking connection between machine plate and concrete foundations
  • high initial and final strength
  • low Young's modulus combined with high flexural strength
  • low water/cement ratio
  • high resistance against frost and de-icing salt, impermeable to water, and to great extent resistant to mineral oils and fuel
  • pumpable and easy to handle, also at low temperatures, with mono, mix, and feed pumps (please, ask us about the suitability of your particular engine)
  • satisfies the requirements of the type A1 construction materials (non-flammable) according to the ruling 2000/605/EG of the European Commission, September 26th 2000 (published in official journal, L258)

classification according to VeBMR

  • flow-out degree: a3
  • shrinkage type: SKVB I
  • initial strength type: A
  • compression strength type: C60/75

fields of application

  • universal grout for all kinds of precision machines
  • turbines, generators, compressors, diesel engines and other power-generating systems that are subject to high dynamic stress
  • Fixators
  • steel and concrete pillars
  • concrete prefabricated parts and steel structures
  • bridge supports and bridge transition structures
  • crane rails and radio telescopes, steelworks, smelting works and mining installations
  • paper mills, chemical plants, refinery plants
  • pipe leadthroughs in sewers, wastewater treating plants and potable water containing installations for gas and water pressure-sealing