Fosroc Conbextra HF
Fosroc Conbextra HF is a high-flow non-shrink, cementitious grout, used for gap thicknesses, from 10-100mm
Conbextra HF is supplied as a ready to use dry powder. The addition of a controlled amount of clean water produces a free-flowing grout for gap thicknesses up to 100mm. In addition the low water requirement ensures high early strength and long-time durability. Conbextra HF is a blend of Portland cements, graded fillers and chemical additives. The filler grading produces a highly flow-able grout which will not segregate or bleed.
- Highly flow-able
- High early age strength
- Chloride free
- Suitable for pumping
- Supplied as a ready-to-use dry powder
- Stanchion baseplates
- Joints between pre-cast concrete panels
- Grouting applications where pouring access is restricted
- Anchoring or reinforcing steel bars
- Installation of tie bars
4.5 – 4.8 litres to 25kg bag – yield approx. 13.25 litres
Approx. 6 hours
A data / instruction sheet will be supplied with this product. Please take care when using and wear appropriate PPE – Gloves, protective eye goggles.
Conforming to the requirements of BS EN 1504-3 Class R4 and BS EN 1504-6: Anchoring of reinforcing steel bar.
The grout shall be Conbextra HF, a pre-bagged, single component cementitious material which conforms with the requirements of BS EN 1504-3 class R4 and BS EN 1504-6. The grout shall fully conform to the requirements of US Army Corps of Engineers Specification for non-shrink grout CRDC621-82A It shall be mixed with clean water to the required consistency and not exhibit bleed or segregation A volumetric expansion of up to 1% shall occur while the grout is in a plastic state by means of a gaseous system. The compressive strength of the grout must exceed 40 MPa at 7 days and 65 MPa at 28 days. The storage, handling and placement of the grout must be in strict accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
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