Ronacrete Case Studies

 

Over the years Ronacrete products have been specified and used on some of the world’s most famous landmarks. Below you will find a selection of case studies detailing how and where our products have been used over the years.

HSBC Headquarters, Hong Kong

Ronafix modified mortar
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Loughborough Estate

Ronafix Mix Design D, RonaBond Crack Bridging Anti-Carbonation Coating WB, RonaBond Anti-Carbonation Coating WB
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concrete repair at addenbrooke's hospital

Addenbrookes Hospital - Concrete Repair and Coatings

RonaBond HB40, RonaBond Anti-Carbonation Coating WB
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Braemer Hill Mansions

Concrete Repair and Waterproofing
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Croydon Fire Station

RonaBond Concrete Repair Mortar, Ronafix Mix Design A Waterproof Render, RonaBond Anti-Carbonation Coating WB
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Holmesdale Tunnel

RonaBond Concrete Cover 150
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Jodrell Bank Centre for Astrophysics

RonaDeck Resin Bound Surfacing, Ronafix Mix Design D concrete repair mortar
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Queen Alexandra Hospital

RonaBond HB40, Ronafix Pre-packed Render / Screed
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Sussex Heights

RonaBond Crack Bridging Anti-Carbonation Coating WB
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The Shard - Concrete Repair

RonaBond HB40, RonaBond Flowable Micro Concrete
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Caffe Nero

Ronafix Mix Design E Tanking Render
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Trafalgar Square

Ronafix Mix Design E Tanking Render
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RonaScreed 8 Day Overlay Fast Drying Screed – benefits and drying

RonaScreed 8 Day Overlay Fast Drying Screed (formerly Uniscreed Standard) is so called because it is a fast-drying screed additive which enables a 50mm thickness of 3:1 sand/ cement screed to be overl ...

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Drying of Screeds

BS 8204-1 “Concrete bases and cementitious levelling screeds to receive floorings — Code of practice” section 6.11.1 suggests the following calculation for drying of screeds with no fast drying additi ...

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Avoidance/ Mitigation Of The Effects Of Common Forms Of Cracking In Cementitious Screeds

Aggregate is usually 0–4 mm and is mixed with cement in the ratio of 1:3 or 1:4 cement to sand, depending on strength requirements and drying requirements. For total screed thicknesses in excess of 50 ...

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