Kilsaran HSBC (High Strength Bedding Concrete) is a polymer modified fine concrete, designed for the bedding of pavements constructed with natural stone, granite setts, concrete flags and paving bricks.
Kilsaran HSBC (High Strength Bedding Concrete) is a polymer modified fine concrete, designed for the bedding of pavements constructed with natural stone, granite setts, concrete flags and paving bricks. The product is formulated to meet the requirements of BS 7533 parts 7 & 12. Kilsaran HSBC can be used in the following applications;
• Bedding of concrete flags, paving bricks, natural stone and granite setts
• Haunching of kerbs and kerb setts
• Where the application requires a high strength construction
Suitable for use in temperatures between +5°C and +30°C. Ensure the supporting base is stable, sound and free from any dust, dirt or grease. The supporting base should then be pre-soaked and have all ponded water removed prior to application. Kilsaran HSBC should be mixed with 2.3-2.5 litres of clean potable water per 25kg bag of material to reach the desired moist consistency, suitable for bedding (as outlined in BS 7533). Material mixed from our bulk silos should be done so in accordance with the site training given by our technical
team. The fresh bedding concrete should be laid in depths of 10mm-75mm, onto the freshly primed base. Once the fresh HSBC has been placed and spread to the desired consistency, the pre-soaked and primed paving unit should be immediately bedded into position. In all instances this product should be used in strict accordance with BS 7533.
This product offers many advantages over conventional site-mixed or ready-mixed rendering mortars:
• Eliminates inaccurate site mixing
• Complies with BS 7533
• Long term durability
• Convenient and user-friendly
• Eliminates wastage
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