V80C45 grouting concrete

grouting concrete for repairing of concrete and reinforced concrete parts in accordance with the DAfStb VeBMR directive

  • Concrete restoration in accordance to DIN EN 1504-3 and DIN EN 1504-6
  • concrete firmness class C20/25 or higher (exigences to building parts in accordance to 3rd rectification) DafStb directive SIB 10/2001)
  • high resistance to frost and de-icing salts (CDF and CIF tests)
  • low resistance to chloride migration in accordance to BAW leaflet
  • low development of hydration heat
  • cement-bound
  • granularity: 0-8 mm
  • base plate grouting height: 60-200 mm
  • consumption: 2.100 kg/m³
  • processing time at 20°C (68 °F): about 60 min
  • swelling after 24 h: ≥ 0,1 %
  • pressure resistance after 28 d: ≥ 60 N/mm²
CE marking QDB certificate of conformity DAfStb/VeBMR


  • low shrinkage ratio
  • low development of hydration heat
  • low Young's modulus
  • controlled swelling
  • impermeable to water, as well as to great extent resistant against mineral oils and fuel
  • high abrasion resistance
  • high resistance to frost and de-icing salt (CDF proof)
  • highly resistant to penetration of chlorides
  • high sulphate resistance
  • grouting concrete for concrete bases of concrete-strength-type C20/25 or higher
  • construction material type A1, 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: a2
  • shrinkage type: SKVB 0
  • initial strength type: C
  • compression strength type: C50/60

fields of application

  • grouting of pillars and machines
  • hydraulic structures, lock construction, weir systems
  • steel hydraulic structures
  • large volume grouting under simultaneous decrease of hydration temperatures
  • grouting concrete according to the second-stage-concrete directive of the BAW
  • noise barriers
  • underpinning
  • repair grout for constructive repairs according to the 3rd rectification of the DAfStb directive 'protection and concrete repair buildings' 10/2001, published in September 2014