Despite the high quality and resistance of concrete, damage can occur which requires maintenance, repair and protection.
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.
In this category there are supplements to the product range that can be used universally or in combination with concrete.
Concrete56 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. 0920
Two-component corrosion protection for reinforcement steel in concrete repairs