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SYSTEMATIC APPROACH TO CONCRETE REPAIR

Mark out the area to be taken up for concrete repair and mechanically cut to a depth into the concrete well behind the re-bars so that the micro-concrete can be placed effectively over a treatment with the suitable bonding agent.

Method Statement

 SURFACE PREPARATION

1. Mark out the area to be taken up for concrete repair and mechanically cut to a depth into the concrete well behind the rebars so that the microconcrete can be placed effectively over a treatment with the suitable bonding agent.

2. Coat the steel reinforcement bars with a single component Zinc Primer as cathodic protection.

APPLICATION

1. Use Dr. Fixit Epoxy Bonding Agent for an area over 10 sq. ft. of concrete repair in the underside of slab or repair of the RCC wall.

2. For other general repairs, use Dr. Fixit Pidicrete MPB, an acrylic bonding agent, by applying it neatly over a prewetted surface.

3. After this dries, the cut area can be applied with Dr. Fixit Micro Concrete or Dr. Fixit Repair Mortar.

4. After the repair mortar sets, apply Dr. Fixit Raincoat any choice of colour as a waterproofing or if required for as anticarbonation coating use Dr. Fixit Concrete Guard WB as a protective coating.

 

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