Concrete repair in case of water hazardous substances

No matter whether gas stations or industrial facilities, where substances are stored, filled or handled that are hazardous to water, are concerned: From now on, PCI Peciment 50 enables to repair damaged concrete. DIBt, the German Institute for Construction Technology, has approved the polymer-modified cement mortar as part of the mortar system PCI Peciment II for so-called LAU systems (German abbreviation for storing, filling and handling of liquids being hazardous to water).

Certified according to ZTV-ING and DIBt approved

Consequently, DIBt confirms the repair mortar PCI Peciment 50 to be...

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