Remmers

Static repair with dry mortar being ­resistant to sulfate

Remmers brings the Betofix R4 SR fiber-reinforced, mineral PCC dry mortar to the market. The mortar can be used for the static repair of concrete structures.

The single-component, high-strength dry mortar is suited to many indoor and outdoor applications. Due to the higher resistance to sulfate, its particular strengths are demonstrated when it comes to sensitive structural components exposed to high chemical attacks (up to exposure class XA3 inclusively). The mortar can serve as concrete replacement in areas with static and dynamic loads. Its range of performance also allows to use the mortar for the repair of retaining walls, façades, and balconies as well as under road surfaces, on bridges and in parking garages.

The low-chromate mortar with high resistance to sulfate is also resistant to water, weather, frost and de-icing salt.

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