It is used for modifying and improving bonding of floor toppings & concrete surfaces. With an impressive record of growth in the industry, we have developed ourselves as the most promising organization engaged in offering SBR Based Waterproofing. Our skilled manpower uses quality grade additives and polymers to process this admixture. SBR Based Waterproofing provides excellent bond to concrete, masonry and stone work. Clients can avail our admixture in different quantity packaging options.
- Resistant to hydrolysis
- Improves impermeability to chlorides
- Easy to use
SBR Based Waterproofing
Mortar and Screed modifier cum bonding aid
For modifying and improving bonding of floor toppings, renderings and mortars; repair of worn, damaged and spalled concrete, repair of large cracks; polymer modified floor screeds; waterproof plasters for masonary and slurries.
- Simple to use - Single component, gauged as required.
- High adhesion - Provides excellent bond to concrete, adhesion plaster, masonry, stone work, etc.
- Improves durability -Gives weather resistant mortar with improved impermeability to chlorides and other harmful agents.
- Reduces permeability- Provides waterproof screeds, plasters and permeability slurries.
- Increases strength - Improved tensile and flexural properties allow thin applications.
- Versatile - Compatible with all common hydraulic cements.
- Cost effective - CONBOND SBR LATEX is economical to use
CONBOND SBR LATEX is modified styrene butadiene rubber emulsion specially designed for use as a bonding aid and gauging liquid for cementitious systems. It is resistant to hydrolysis and can therefore be used for external applications too.
- Specific gravity 1.02 to 1.03 g/cc
- Typical mechanical properties of 1:3 cement sand mortar at W/C - 0.45 for control and W/C - 0.35 for mortar containing CONBOND SBR LATEX (5 liters / 50 kg cement). Tested in accordance with BS 6319 & wet cured.
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