This product is cement based one-component, fluid grout mortar of high strength with fiber reinforced and no shrinkage.
This product is used for fixing steel columns onto the foundation in steel structures, prefabricated structures, machine assemblies, foundation sockets, shears and columns.
Easy preparation and application. Fluid. Offers proper working time. No slipping in vertical applications. High adhesion feature. Resistant to water and frost. It is not affected by temperature differences.
The application surface must be clean; remove any residues (oil, dirt, rust) that might prevent adhesion. The surface to be repaired must be saturated with water a few hours in advance of application. Make sure that there is no free water on application surface. Slowly pour 25 kg Forcechem® Fluid Grout Mortar into 5.0 – 6.0 lt clean water and mix with a low speed mixer (400-600 rpm) or trowel until achieving a homogenous mixture. Leave aside for 5 minutes and mix again for 1-2 minutes. The mortar prepared must be used within 30 minutes. Expired and dried mortars should not be used. Mortar should be applied at the application temperature specified, and be protected against direct sunlight, wind and frost. Make sure that you pour the mortar prepared onto the application area on a non-stop and uninterrupted manner. The application surface must be protected against vaporizing with special curing materials or wet sacks for about 24 hours to 48 hours after application.
|Particle Size||<0.8 mm|
|Mix Ratio||5- 6 lt su /25 kg|
|Sarfiyat Miktarı||2 kg/m2 for 1mm thickness|
|Application Temperature||Between +50C and +350C|
|Application time||30-40 minutes|
|Fully curing time||28 days|
|Compressive strength||≥ 55 N/mm2|
|Adhesion strength||> 2.5 N/mm2|
|Flexural Strength||> 7.0 N/ mm2|
Storage and Shelf Life
|In its unopened original package, stock up maximum 2 pallets on each other in a cool and dry place. Shelf life is 12 months from date of production under proper storage conditions.|
The values above are valid at +21 0C and %50 relative humidity