webertec non shrink grout GP

Product formerly named: EMIX Non Shrink Grout GP
Saint-Gobain Weber Hong-Kong

webertec non shrink grout GP is a flowable and shrinkage compensated grout for general purpose. webertec non shrink grout GP contains
no chloride or other substances which could aggravate corrosion of reinforcing steel or pre-stressing steel cables. The product is designed
for uniform mixing, and minimising segregation and bleeding. webertec non shrink grout GP can be used for anchoring. It requires only addition of water to produce an easily applied free flowing grout. It can also be applied as a trowellable or dry pack material.

25kg / bag

Uses

  • Flowable and pumpable grouting
  • Filling gaps of pre-cast and pre-stressed panels
  • Grouting in columns
  • Filling core holes, rod holes and defects in concrete
  • Fill in grout for hollow blockwalls
  • Concrete anchors, rail beds and machine foundation

Features and benefits

  • Formulated to comply with Hong Kong Standard, American Standard and British Standard
  • Expansion system compensates for shrinkage and settlement whilst in the plastic state
  • Can be dry-packed, rammed, trowelled, poured and pumped
  • High early strength and long-term durability
  • Fast setting : setting time less than 7 hours
  • No metallic iron content to cause staining
  • Chloride free : prevent rusting of the steel and anchor bolts
  • Pre-mixed and ready-to-use : requires only addition of water

Documentation and brochures

This product fits for these following projects

The information and physical data on this website is given to the best of our knowledge under standard testing method and controlled environment. The results may vary with different weather / site conditions, workmanship or substrates. This is beyond our control that we shall not be liable for any faults or consequences arising or associated with this. We suggest comprehensive tests to be conducted before final application. Unless specified, all technical data are average values with curing time of 28 days. We reserve the right to update or amend the contents in the light of new findings during the course of research and development.