Drizoro Maxrite®700 is a single component, cement-based, microsilica and polymer-modified, fibre-reinforced restoration mortar with corrosion inhibitors. Maxrite has been specially designed for high performance. Protects structural concrete repairs where exposed to aggressive environmental conditions. Provides additional protection of the steel reinforcements. Its long open time and thixotropy allows for the repair damaged concrete whether new or old. Repairs to the concrete are simple without the need for formwork and can be applied manually or by mechanical means.
Where to use Drizoro Maxrite 700
Maintenance of industrial areas damaged by aggressive environments, acid rain, atmospheric pollution, etc.
Structural concrete repair affected by corrosion of reinforcements in the marine environment, bridges, harbours, dams, etc
Repair of concrete structures with carbonation in process.
Repair of damaged concrete by deicing salts, freeze/thaw cycles, mechanical impacts, etc.
Concrete repair affected by repeated loads.
Repair of prefabricated concrete elements.
Advantages of Drizoro Maxrite 700 to repair damaged concrete
Corrosion inhibitors prevent corrosion against chlorides and aggressive corroding agents, extending considerably the service life of the structure.
It’s open setting time allows the quick completion of the repair of large surfaces.
Good chemical resistance in aggressive environmental ambient due to its microsilica content.
Withstands freeze/thaw cycles.
Offers high resistance to carbonation penetration.
High adhesion to concrete and reinforcements.
Does not require special primers.
The transmitted Loads onto the repaired structure.
High impact and mechanical strength.
Application in successive layers without slump or the need to use formwork.
Allows high thickness per layer.
Easy workability and application. Repairs to damaged concrete can be completed by spray. Use of the wet-method.
Single component mortar. Only requires water for mixing and it is odourless,
Suitable for poorly ventilated areas such as tanks.
Despite costing only 1.8% of total construction costs, bad waterproofing is responsible for an incredible 83% of building defects requiring remedial rectification work. If left untreated, water penetration into the building structure results in undue moisture in buildings......