PLANITOP SMOOTH & REPAIR

Quick-setting, fibre-reinforced, compensated-shrinkage, thixotropic cementitious mortar for repairing and smoothing concrete, applied in various thicknesses of from 3 to 40 mm in a single layer.
Planitop Rasa & Ripara is used for non-structural repairs and for smoothing concrete surfaces such as beams, pillars and buffer panels, for covering defects such as gravel clusters and construction joints and for repairing mouldings on civil constructions such as string-courses and overhanging or decorative elements.
Planitop Rasa & Ripara is also suitable for repairing structures in permanent contact with water.
When mixed with 4.75-5.25 litres of water, Planitop Rasa & Ripara forms a mortar with a thixotropic consistency which is easy to apply even on vertical surfaces without using fixed formwork. Apply the product with a trowel or spatula on solid substrates with no loose parts and with a rough surface and which have been saturated beforehand with water. With Planitop Rasa & Ripara smoothing layers and repairs from 3 to 40 mm thick may be applied in a single layer.
Planitop Rasa & Ripara complies with the minimum requirements of EN 1504-3 for non-structural R2-class mortars and the requirements of EN 1504-2 coating (C) according to principles MC and IR for protecting concrete.

Consumption
approximately 14 kg/m2 per cm of thickness.

Packaging
25 kg sacks.

PLANITOP SMOOTH & REPAIR is part of the lines:

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Related documentation

Technical data sheet
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Safety Data Sheet
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Declaration of performance
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EPD
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GEV
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Last Projects PLANITOP SMOOTH & REPAIR

Category icon RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS

2018

Cariplo pension fund building

Milan, Italy

Facades maintenance, Masonry restoration

Category icon PUBLIC BUILDINGS AND URBAN DESIGN

2018

Redipuglia War Memorial

Fogliano, Italy

Roading, Installation of floors

Category icon INFRASTRUCTURES

2017

Odderøya Sewage Treatment Plant

Kristiansand, Norway

Sewerage maintenance, Concrete restoration

Category icon RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS

2017/2018

Former Incis Palace

Bari, Italy

Concrete restoration