Available to purchase online @ ronacreteshop.co.uk Visit the store

Ultra-rapid strength gain kerb and step repair mortar

Description

RonaFloor Kerb and Step Repair is a pre-packed polymer modified mortar designed for rapid strength gain and low-temperature use. Within one hour of mixing (depending on temperature) the material will have gained sufficient strength to take impact from foot and vehicle traffic. and can be placed as thin as 6mm.

The speed of RonaFloor Kerb and Step Repair makes it ideal for use on roads, motorways, slipways and ramps, tidal areas, airports and stations, in factories, warehouses and goods depots and in all other areas where speed and rapid strength gain is of paramount importance. After just 1-2 hours of mixing, the repair can be subjected to foot and vehicle traffic. As well as achieving rapid strength, it also work at low temperatures when conventional mortars cannot be used.

 

RonaFloor Kerb and Step Repair can be used in most weather conditions and in a wide temperature range, from -10°C to 25°C and above. At high ambient temperature, the working time of the mix will be considerably reduced; it will be increased at lower temperatures. Care must be taken when using RonaFloor Kerb and Step Repair in extreme temperatures to ensure that the water used for damping, and the primer (if using), does not freeze or dry/evaporate on contact with the substrate. In very low temperatures for additional speed, warm water may be used for mixing.

Our Product range

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 ...

Read more

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 ...

Read more

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 ...

Read more

Here to help...