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.

Café Royal, London

Ronafix Pre-packed Floating Screed 35mm+ Polymer Screed
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The Shard - Screeds

Ronafix Pre-packed Screed 6-50mm Polymer Screed
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Barkers, Kensington - Ronafix Polymer Screed

Ronafix Mix A Polymer Screed
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Cambridge University

Ronafix Pre-packed Screed 6-50mm Polymer Screed
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Canary Wharf

Ronafix Mix Design G Fine Concrete Screed, RonaDeck Resin Bonded Seal Coat UV
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Heathrow Airport

RonaScreed 8 Day Overlay Fast Drying Screed
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O2 Centre, Finchley Road

Ronafix Mix Design A Polymer Screed, RonaScreed 8 Day Overlay Fast Drying Screed
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Sadie Coles Gallery

Ronafix Pre-packed Screed 6-50mm Polymer Screed
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Tollcross Swimming Centre

Ronafix Pre-packed Screed 6-50mm Polymer Screed
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Serpentine Gallery

Ronafix Mix Design A Polymer Screed
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The Brunswick Centre

Ronafix Mix Design A and Ronafix Mix Design F Floating Screed
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All Saints Church, Warwickshire - Bonding Ronafix

Ronafix for Bedding
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Emerson Crane Hire

RonaFloor HB200
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Gogar Tram Depot

RonaFloor HB100
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Pinewood Studios

RonaFloor SL
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Royal London Hospital

RonaFloor HB100 Rapid
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South East Ambulance Service

RonaFloor HB100, RonaFloor Repair 1 Hour 6-50mm
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The Barbican Centre

Ronafix Mix Design A Polymer Screed, Ronafix Mix Design C Bedding Mortar
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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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Carbonation of Reinforced Concrete

Carbonation is the single most common cause of reinforcement corrosion in above ground structures and although many construction professionals and contractors are familiar with the progression of carb ...

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