KPRO Repair CRM-203

Product Application
Kilsaran KPRO Repair CRM-203 is a fine concrete mix specifically formulated for a wide range of pavement repair applications between 30mm and 150mm in depth. Greater depths are possible using a layer on layer method. Kilsaran KPRO Repair CRM-203 can be used as per clause 1032 and 1106 of the NRA Specification for Roadworks. Some of these applications include;
• Reinstating footpaths, driveways and walkways
• Surrounds to posts, railings and bollards
• Installing services in footpaths (hydrants etc.)

Product Use
Suitable for use in temperatures between +5°C and +30°C. Substrates should be clean, dry and free from all dust and grease. The use of a bonding agent is recommended. Dampen substrate surfaces prior to installation, ensuring to avoid saturation. Add the contents of a 25kg bag to 2.5-3.0 litres of clean potable water. Mix the material for 1-2 minutes in a suitable drum mixer or by using a suitable paddle mixer. Using excess water will affect the overall performance of the product. Kilsaran KPRO Repair CRM-203 should be placed and finished within 20 minutes of mixing.

Once mixed, place the fresh material onto the prepared substrate and level using a steel float or trowel. The overall finished thickness of Kilsaran KPRO Repair CRM-203 should be 30mm-150mm. Greater depths should be laid in a layer on layer method. Once the material has stiffened slightly, edge and give the desired finish, such as brushed to create a non-slip surface. The newly installed area should be cured in accordance with CL. 1027 of the above mentioned standard specification.

Benefits
This product offers many advantages over conventional site-mixed or ready-mixed materials:
• Shrinkage compensated
• Rapid setting and early strength
• Early trafficking
• Convenient and user-friendly
• Chloride free
• Provides a durable finish
• Freeze-thaw resistant

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