Three new products defy wind and weather


PCI Pavifix CEM ROC, USM and FFM supplement the landscaping portfolio of PCI Augsburg GmbH by three special-purpose and high-end mortars that facilitate filling, placing, and fixing in garden and landscape construction.

The ready-to-use water-permeable PCI Pavifix 1 K Extra joint mortar, for example, is suitable for all applications subjected to moderate loading. Garden paths, patios and garage accessways can be optimally designed with this product. New: thanks to the improved mix design, PCI Pavifix 1 K Extra hardens even more quickly.

With PCI Pavifix CEM ROC, PCI now adds a new cementitious...

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