Structural Concrete Repair Solutions from SURFASOLOGY

Providing You with High Quality Concrete Repair Solutions

For over 40 years, we have been consistently providing high quality repair solutions to the Irish Construction Industry. Our profound technical knowledge and experience allow us developing tailored solutions that meet your specific requirements.

We offer full specification and technical support to engineers, architects, contractors, and clients alike.

Anti-carbonation Coatings

Coatings for the protection of concrete against carbonation

 Maxseal Flex: a two-component, flexible, waterproof coating for the protection of concrete against carbonation.

Maxsheen Elastic: elastic acrylic coating for anti-carbonation protection and waterproofing of concrete and masonry surfaces.

Bonding Agents

Maxryl: an acrylic based product for use as an additive in Portland cement mortars & concrete to increase adhesion and chemical properties.

SURFASFIX SBR: a styrene-butadiene co-polymer latex specially designed for use with cementitious mixes.

Concrete Repair Mortars (cementitious)

Cementitious, non-shrink, structural repair mortars for repairs to concrete and masonry substrates without the use of formwork

Maxrite 500: a single component, cementitious, microsilica, polymer-modified, fibre-reinforced structural repair mortar with corrosion inhibitors. It is specially designed for high performance.

Maxplug: a quick-setting, non-shrink, high compressive strength, cement-based mortar that instantly stops running water. Maxplug sets under water and is approved for use with drinking water.

Concreseal 5: a polymer-modified cementitious single component mortar, specially designed for superficial cosmetic repair and levelling of renders and concrete surfaces in very thin layers up to a thickness of 5mm.

Corrosion Inhibitors

Cement based anti-corrosion primer for steel reinforcement

Maxrest Passive: one-component, ready to use liquid for the protection of re-enforcing steel bars against corrosion.

6 Simple Steps for Successful Concrete Repair

Step 1

Remove all damaged concrete. Should any rebar be exposed, remove all concrete to create at least 1cm gap around the reinforcement to ensure proper cleaning of the rebar is achieved.

Step 2

Using Maxrest Passive, seal the cleaned rebar.

Step 3

Using clean potable water, wash down the complete area for repair.

Step 4

Apply a bonding coat made up from part of the mixing liquid and part of the repair mortar.

Step 5

Apply the mixed repair mortar (Maxrite 500) to a maximum thickness of 3cm per layer, scratch each layer to aid adhesion and build up until required thickness is achieved.

Step 6

Remodel the final layer to original profile.

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How to Fix a Water Leak with Maxplug?

Click here to watch a short video on repairing water leaks using Maxplug (a fast setting mortar that can set even under water).

CPD Seminar

Understanding Concrete & Concrete Repair

Topics Covered Include:

  • Concrete Technology
  • Render Technology
  • Standards and Regulations
  • Concrete Repair Technology
  • Innovations in Concrete Repair Technologies

Find out more here.

 

SURFASOLOGY aim to provide a complete service envelope to design professionals as well as building contractors. We position ourselves as providers of reliable, highly effective and innovative solutions in the areas of structural waterproofing, damp-proofing & remedial, specialist screeds & coatings. 

To find out more about our products and services, please contact us on 01-8321005 or info@surfasology.com

 

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