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CONTENTS CONCRETE REPAIR CORROSION CONTROL GROUTS & ANCHORS PROTECTIVE COATINGS INDUSTRIAL FLOORING SURFACE TREATMENTS JOINT SEALANTS CONCRETE JOINTING ROOFING WATERSTOPS WATERPROOFING JOINT FILLERS TIMBER FLOORING ALPHABETICAL INDEX 100 Technical Data Sheet Economical, class A shrinkage compensated grout - (gaps: 10 mm to 100 mm thickness) Uses Construction Grout is used for general purpose grouting when completely filling concrete voids or grouting between a base plate and a substrate e.g. the grouting of a stanchion base plate. Advantages „ Gaseous expansion system compensates for shrinkage and settlement in the plastic state „ High ultimate strength and low permeability ensure the durability of the hardened grout „ Can be dry packed, rammed, trowelled, poured and pumped „ No metallic iron content to cause staining „ Prepackaged material overcomes potential on-site batching variations Description Construction Grout, general purpose shrinkage compensated cementitious grout, is supplied as a ready to use dry powder. The addition of a controlled amount of clean water produces a flowing shrinkage compensated grout for gap thicknesses up to 100 mm. Construction Grout is a blend of Portland cement, graded fillers and chemical additives which impart controlled expansion in the plastic state whilst minimising water demand. The low water demand ensures high early strength. The graded filler is designed to assist uniform mixing and produce a consistent grout. Maximum aggregate size for pumping is 0.3 mm. Standards Compliance AS 1478.2-2005 : Appendix E Test for Early Volume Change. AS 1478.2-2005 : Tabel 4.1.2.2 Tests for Consistency. Technical Support Parchem offers a comprehensive range of high quality, high performance construction products. In addition, Parchem offers technical support and on-site advice to specifiers, end-users and contractors. Specification Clauses Performance specification All grouting shown on drawing must be carried out with a pre-packaged cement based product which is chloride free. It shall be mixed with clean water to the required consistency. The plastic grout must not bleed or segregate. A positive volumetric expansion shall occur while the grout is plastic by means of a gaseous system. The compressive strength of the grout must exceed 40 MPa at 7 days and 50 MPa at 28 days. The storage, handling and placement of the grout must be in strict accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions. Supplier specification All grouting where shown on the drawing must be carried out using Construction Grout manufactured by Parchem and used in accordance with the manufacturer’s Technical Data Sheet. Fosroc® Construction Grout July 2013


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