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Hydro Mix & Fix

An Exciting new product added to our Revolutionary range of Products.  A pre-blended Chemical Set Mortar for High strength repairs:  A maintenance product to complete the job within minutes instead of hours.  Over and above our specified typical applications this product can be used for repairs to the following: 

  • Potholes
  • Swimming pool structures and weirs
  • Koi pond / fish ponds
  • Concrete water retaining units
  • Gate Rails
  • Palisade Posts, etc 

Description

HYDRO MIX & FIX a pre-blended grey coloured powder incorporating selected aggregates and is chemically formulated to give controlled high early strength properties.

HYDRO MIX & FIX is a repair material for concrete /pavements and reaches adequate strength for trafficking normally within 1 hour.  It is also used as a repair medium at low ambient temperatures.

Typical Applications

  • Used in situations where minimum delay and work disruption is of utmost importance
  • Repairs to industrial floors
  • Repair of concrete roads
  • Repairs to all types of pre-cast concrete
  • Crane rails and small base plates
  • Loading bays and Platforms
  • Beams / columns / plinths
  • Used as a bedding mortar
  • Bridge decks and nosings
  • Cold room floor areas
  • Around fixing bolts and pipes
  • Repairs to honeycombing
  • Raising and levelling manhole covers, gratings, hydrants, etc.
  • Sewerage repairs

Advantages

The advantages over conventional repair materials are:

  • High early strength
  • Minimum delays to traffic and production.  When used to repair concrete paving it allows the opening to traffic within one hour after laying
  • Pre-mixed – only requires the addition of water (see Mixing)
  • High bond strength.   No secondary bonding agents required ( +- 7 times greater than that of concrete)
  • Highly durable, excellent resistance to de-icing salts
  • No curing required
  • Can be placed in sub-zero temperatures Non-shrink
  • No pre-saturation to substrate required
  • Thermal expansion and contraction similar to that of Ordinary Portland Cement
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