Appearance: Powder + Liquid
Two-component thixotropic, structural, fibre reinforced cement mortar, with compensated shrinkage, with high intrinsic water tightness, and extraordinary physical and mechanical characteristics: adhesion, compression resistance, flexural strength, abrasion resistance, etc. Modified polymer mortar, with the addition of component B liquid, provided in canisters, containing special polymers in aqueous emulsion and hygrometric shrinkage reducers. Perfect for remediation of structural works and articles in degraded concrete and very high-performance coatings.
Products and systems for the protection and repair of concrete structures - Structural and non-structural repair (R4)
Max. recommended thickness: 40 mm
Maximum diameter of aggregate: 1.5 mm
Min. recommended thickness: 7 mm
Shelf-life: 12 months
Temperature of use: +5 / +35 °C
Use wearing protective gloves
≥ 2 N/mm²
< 0.01 %
Compressive strength after 01 day
Compressive strength after 07 days
Compressive strength after 28 days
Flexural strength after 07 days
Flexural strength after 28 days
Flexural strength at 01 day
Resistance to carbonatation
Static elastic modulus
- Bag 25 kg [A]
- Plastic can 5 kg [B]
- Kit: 1 Bag 25 kg [A] + 1 Plastic can 5 kg [B]
This two-component version of REPAR TIX HG increases adhesion to the support and reduces free shrinkage to air, especially in the initial hardening phases and in particularly hot climates, without modifying the physical-mechanical characteristics of the end product.
Approximately 19,50 kg/m² of REPAR TIX HG BIC for every centimetre of thickness to be implemented (approximately 1950 kg per cubic metre).
Repairs and protective coatings of hydraulic structures (pipelines, dams, tunnels, etc.), marine structures and artefacts in critical situations: harsh chemical-physical agents, leaching water, marine atmosphere, etc.
Application surfaces should be clean, free of dirt, crumbling and non-adhering parts, dust etc., and saturated with water "saturated with dry surface". An adequate roughening of the surfaces by scarifying, sandblasting etc. is always necessary in order to obtain the maximum adhesion values to the substrate. The optimal values are obtained with high pressure hydro-scarification. Bare the irons undergoing disruptive oxidation or deeply oxidized, removing the rust of the exposed irons (by sandblasting or abrasive brushes).
Pour component B (liquid) into a container (bucket or other) gradually adding and mixing component A (powder), continue mixing until total elimination of lumps. The optimal consistency of the product and the consequent physical-mechanical performances declared in this technical data sheet can be reached using 4.5 kg of COMPONENT B for each 25 kg bag. The excess quantity of COMPONENT B (0.5 kg) is particularly useful for priming the substrate, or for wetting the trowel in the final smoothing operation, or in hot and arid environmental conditions where the mixed product is kept at rest in the bucket it may require some light addition of liquid to regain its optimal consistency, thus avoiding uncontrolled water additions.