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SUPER FLUID MICRO – CONCRETE
BS-5980: 1980 BS-5385: Part 4: 1992, Section 9.
Perma Recrete is a cementitious grey powder with micro fine aggregates which allows reconcreting of the damaged, dilapidated structures. The product is a boon for present day rehabilitation engineers. The product needs only addition of water to form a free flowing concrete with enormous initial and final strengths.
- Perma Recrete has very high workability hence it can be poured into the shutters with a mug also.
- This workability helps the product to reach all minor crevices and fill effectively.
- Perma Recrete develops very high early strength. It develops strength of the parent concrete within 24 hours of pouring.
- Perma Recrete develops a very strong bond with the parent concrete.
- It is impermeable and protects reinforcements from corrosion.
- It does not need elaborate curing, just sprinkling water for two days is enough.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
- Mix Perma Recrete with water in the ratio of 3.50 litre to 4 litre of water to a 25 kg sack of material to get a uniform free flowing mortar.
- Pour this mortar in the rigidly fixed forms. Care should be taken to see that the contact surfaces are dampened before fixing the form.
- Shutter forms should be effectively sealed to avoid uncontrolled leakages.
- If the repaired surface needs replastering then hack the surface immediately after removal of shutters.
- Surfaces to be reconcreted with Perma Recrete should be clean, sound, free from any laitance or any deleterious material.
- Weak portions of the concrete should be cut back to sound surface.
- Reinforcements should be cleaned to remove rust and supplement additional reinforcements wherever required.
- Damp down the concrete surface before fixing the shutter forms.
One 25 kg sack of Perma Recrete produces a micro concrete which can fill 13.5 Litres of volume. In less demanding situation Perma Recrete can be added with 10 mm down clean and sound aggregates.
|Form||:||Free Flowing Powder|
|Grain size||:||2.4 mm aggregate maximum|
|Fibres||:||Alkali resistant fibre reinforcements present|
|Bulk Density||:||1.5 ± 0.05|
|Yield||:||a) 25 Kg fills 13.5 litre of volume if used neat.
b) 25 Kg fills 22 litre of volume when mixed with 10 mm & down aggregates in the proportion of 1:1 by volume.
|Flow||:||20 mm on flow table when mixed with water in the powder water ratio of 1 Kg powder to 150 ml of water.|
|1 day||:||20 N/mm2|
|7 days||:||45 N/mm2|
|28 days||:||60 N/mm2|
Perma Recrete is available in 10 kg, 25 kg, 50 kg sack.
Perma Recrete has a shelf life of 12 months when stored as recommended in original packing, in cool and dry conditions.
PERMA warrants that all products are free from any defects of manufacture and comply with the specifications given in their respective technical data sheet. No warranty can be given as to the results of use because conditions of use, such as site conditions, surface preparations, workmanship, weather, structural issues and other factors are beyond the control of PERMA. Purchaser agrees to seek the advice of qualified professionals to carry out tests & take trials to determine the suitability of products for their intended purpose prior to full scale usage of PERMA products and assumes all risks.
The company does not assume any liability for unsatisfactory results, arising from the use of our products. Purchaser’s sole liability is limited to replacement of product or refund of the purchase price paid if any product proven defective. No other warranties, express or implied, shall apply including any warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. PERMA shall not be liable for any consequential damages arising from the use of our products for unsatisfactory results.
The information supplied in this datasheet is based on our experience through extensive research and is given in good faith in order to help prospective users. We reserve the right to update the information provided in our technical data sheet at any time without prior notice within the scope of technical progress or new developments.
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