Finnseco Pikavalulaasti

Mortar containing a powerful water-reducing agent and cement used as a binder; maximum grain size: 3.0 mm. SILKO-approved (3.231).

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Finnseco Pikavalulaasti

Mortar containing a powerful water-reducing agent and cement used as a binder; maximum grain size: 3.0 mm. SILKO-approved (3.231).

Description

Mortar containing a powerful water-reducing agent and cement used as a binder; maximum grain size: 3.0 mm. SILKO-approved (3.231).


Product Features

Repair of concrete structures when fast strength development and drying, effective salt and frost resistance, and slow carbonation are required. Recommended layer thickness 10-50 mm. Strain classes XF 4 and XC 4.


Recommended Uses

Mineral structures both indoors and outdoors requiring structural strength and excellent frost resistance.


Coverage

Ready mix: 12–13 l of ready mix / 25 kg dry product. around 2 kg/m²/mm.


Application Conditions

The temperature of air, mortar and substrate must be at least +5 °C. Avoid working when it is hot or in direct sunlight.


Surface preparation

Old concrete surfaces are cleaned mechanically and pressure cleaned. Moisten the substrate before starting. When starting casting, the surface must be rough, matte damp and absorbent. The tensile strength of the concrete substrate must be at least 1.5 N/mm². MIXING THE PLASTER Add the dry material to the water and mix with a whisk or a power mixer for 2 to 3 minutes until the mass is even. Let the mix stand for approx. five minutes after mixing, then re-mix briefly. Find the right consistency for the mortar when re-mixing the first batch by adding the final amount of water, if necessary. For this reason, you should not measure the maximum amount of water (2.5 l/25 kg) into the mixing container at the start. The pot life of the mix is approx. one hour.


Painting

First coat:

Casting: Adhesion to the concrete substrate is ensured by brushing the Finnseco Grout on the substrate and sealing the casting carefully. The casting is carried out immediately on top of the fresh grout layer. The thickness of the cast layer with one fill is approx. 10–50 mm. When making thicker castings in several layers, the lowest layer surface is left coarse to ensure good grip. Reinforcements must be used when casting thick, uniform layers. NOTE: Regular working methods, the designer’s instructions and regulations must be followed when working with molds, and casting.


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