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Adhesive mortar for fixing in place concrete blocks

Traffic circles, traffic islands and roadway dividers reduce the number of accidents and ensure a better flow of traffic as well as lower construction and operating costs in road construction. With the adhesive mortar Silikal R17, facilities like these are especially quickly implemented: With it, appropriately preformed industrialized manufactured concrete blocks are durably and reliably glued to the substrate.

After gluing, quickly opened for traffic

New circular traffic routings instead of intersections, curbstone solutions or traffic islands in the middle of roads are constructed with the...

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