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Concrete repair with Betofix

Betofix R4, a product for repairing concrete, according to the manufacturer, provides the highest resistance to chloride ingress. This is crucial not only for repairing marine structures, but equally for transportation facilities, such as parking structures or underground garages, where columns and ramps are exposed to the de-icing salt dispersed by vehicle tires. Use of Betofix R4 could here, reportedly, lead to damage-free service lives four times longer than achievable with comparable products.

The products Betofix R2 and Betofix RM were developed for repairing façades, where they can be...

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