From corrosion protection through to coating in just one day

The production of pressure- resistant building components made of water-resistant mortars and stone blocks that harden in formwork became established in the 1st century a.C and later became the standard for late Roman-Imperial architecture. Today’s word ‘concrete' from the Roman word ‘opus caementitium’ based on Vitruv has been used to erect fantastic and monumental construction works throughout Europe that can still be visited today even 2000 years later: Temples, theatres, cisterns, aqueducts, waste water systems, thermal springs, roads, ports, bridges, tunnels and homes.

The concrete construction method was forgotten in the Middle ages and was rediscovered around 1700. Since then, concrete has become the building material of our time.

Concrete is one of the most frequently used building materials. Due to growing demands, this three-substance system, which has been known for centuries, has become a system that fulfils modern construction demands due to the use of concrete admixtures and additives.

Concrete can be used for various areas of application. From the highest design requirements and use in exposed concrete façades through to multiple daily use of formwork tables in the prefabricated industry.


56 products found


Article No. 1084

Fibre-reinforced PCC/SPCC (RM/SRM) for the static repair of concrete structures / coating mortar as per DIN 19573

Article No. 4180

For horizontal waterproofing

Article No. 6871

Highly flexible 2K PU injection resin, D-I (P)

Article No. 6876

Rapid expanding 2K PU injection foam resin, SPUR, D-I (P)

Article No. 6870

Flexible, moisture-reactive 1K PU injection resin, D-I (P)

Article No. 0476

Ultra-fine, two-component injection paste

Article No. 0642

Primer with hydrophobic effect

Article No. 2976

Highly elastic facade coating

Article No. 0920

Two-component corrosion protection for reinforcement steel in concrete repairs

Article No. 0919

Corrosion inhibition additive for Betofix RM/Betofix R2

Article No. 1087

Mineral corrosion protection and bonding layer

Article No. 0900

Solvent-free, 2-component epoxy resin

Article No. 1082

Mineral-based bonding layer

Article No. 0556

High-strength, swellable infill concrete

Article No. 1092

Fast repair mortar

Article No. 1093

Fast repair mortar PCC (RM) for repairing concrete structures

Article No. 1096

Fibre-reinforced PCC for static renovation of concrete structures

Article No. 1086

High-strength PCC screed mortar