Concrete can be damaged by a wide range of causes and Weber provides a full portfolio of specialist mortars to repair and protect concrete.
BS EN 1504-9:2006
BS EN 1504 Principle 3 is concerned with concrete restoration by restoring the original concrete element of the structure to the originally specified shape and function. Concrete restoration is normally carried out using hand-applied patch repairs, recasting with concrete or applying concrete or mortar by spraying. The scope of BS EN 1504-3 includes materials suitable for structural and non-structural repairs.
BS EB 1504-3: Structural and non-structural repair
Methods of protection based upon the BS EN 1504 Principle 3 is the use of the following:
- 3.1 Applying mortar by hand.
- 3.2 Recasting concrete.
- 3.3 Sprayed concrete.
- 3.4 Replacing elements.
Solution with the following Weber products
Shrinkage compensated, high strength, flowing repair concrete.
Shrinkage-compensated, highstrength, low-resistivity, flowing repair concrete for recasting in conjunction with cathodic protection systems.
Rapid strength-gain repair concrete for thin bonded pavement repairs
Low-resistivity, dry-spray, structural repair concrete
Economical, cement-based, dry-spray concrete
Rapid-setting, polymer-modified, dry-spray concrete