controlled swelling and strong locking connection between machine plate and concrete foundations
high initial and final strength
low water/cement ratio
high flexural and shear strength and high impact resistance
high impact, abrasion and grinding resistance
impermeable to water and to great extent resistant against mineral oils and fuel
steel fibre reinforcement and even more so stainless steel fibre reinforcement improve the thermal conductivity. Stressed caused by heat are fundamentally lower and are quickly dissipated
basaltic grout with stainless steel fibres resistant to temperatures as high as 400°C (752°C)
self-monitoring according to the DAfStb VeBMR directive
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)
fields of application
rail bearings and heavy foundations
construction elements subject to particularly high stresses
under particularly heavy burdens, usable with low grouting heights
grouting of large dimension foundations
grouting in areas of high temperature in steelworks and smelting works, up to 400 °C (752 °F) if used with basaltic aggregates and stainless steel fibres
acts as reinforcement in occasions, in which due to constructive reasons reinforcement cannot be built in
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