Products for Horizontal Concrete Repairs
Whether your concrete floor needs a single cavity filled or a major concrete restoration, you can choose from a variety of MAPEI concrete repair products to meet the needs of your specific job. DIYers might appreciate Topcem Pronto's ease of use and extended working time, while concrete restoration experts will be impressed with Mapecem 202’s fast setting time for external applications needing corrosion inhibitor, or the shrinkage-compensated flowability of Planitop 25.
Products for Form-and-Pour Applications
Pumpable, flowable concrete repair mortars are a long-time specialty of ours. Concrete restoration professionals needing a deep-fill pour for large repairs may want to use Planitop FD for example, or the pre-extended Planitop 11. If you’re looking for a form-and-pour mortar with corrosion inhibitor, Planitop 11 SCC is also self-consolidating, good for full-depth structural concrete repairs in above-, below- and on-grade applications and cavities that contain congested reinforcing steel.
Products for Vertical and Overhead Concrete Repairs
MAPEI offers a variety of concrete repair mortars specially-formulated for vertical and overhead applications. There is Planitop X for high-build needs, the sulfur-resistant Planitop 12 SR or the machine-applied Planitop Shotcrete for industrial concrete repair applications, among others.
Rapid Hardening Concrete Repair Mortars
When high-traffic areas need to be repaired with limited down-time, these concrete restoration products provide rapid hardening to get the affected areas back in service or ready for further coverings quicker than others. For example, Planitop 18 is very-rapid-hardening, providing compressive strength of > 2,500 psi (17.2 MPa) just an hour after setting, whether neat or extended by aggregate up to 8″ (20 cm). And if you need extended working time, Planitop 18 ES is specially formulated for that, while Planitop 18 TG is trowel-grade and extends strength so quickly, areas can be opened to vehicular traffic in as little as two hours, under optimal conditions.