Adhere Mix-700 Super plasticizer based on naphthalene, recommended for increased workability and early age strengths of concrete.
Adhere Mix-700 disperses cement particles more rapidly in the concrete mix by reducing the surface tension of water and imparting repelling charges to the ions in solution. This makes the concrete highly workable and flowable even at lower water-cement ratios, resulting in increased strength.
Adhere Mix-700 is directly added into the mix at the same time as the gauging water. Reduce water dosages for required consistency.
Adhere Mix-700 can be used with all types of Portland cement including blended cements Sulphate resistant cement and White Cement. ADHERE MIX-700 should not be premixed with other admixtures. If other admixtures are to be used on concrete containing ADHERE MIX-700 they have to be added separately. No deleterious effect on reinforcement / prestressing elements.
Reduced water-cement ratio reduces permeability and improves durability. Improved workability facilitates, easy placing and good compaction, resulting in production of impermeable concrete.
Substantial reduction in the water content i.e. 12% - 25% can result in high early compressive strength for a constant slump. The ultimate compressive strength can be enhanced by upto 25% by proper mix design with ADHERE MIX-700.
|Specific gravity||1.1 @ 27°C ±1°C|
Conforms to ASTM C 494 - 98 Type F and BS 5075 Part I.
0.3 - 1.2% by weight of cement. Maximum dosage may have to be increased to as high as 3% of cement weight where exceptional early strength is required. Suitable modifications in the mix design are required in such cases.
12 months from the date of manufacturing when stored in ideal storage conditions.
5, 25, 50, 200 Kgs in high grade plastic containers.
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