A simple, fast and effective application
Indurit Flow is intended for the renovation of cured concretes. The treated surface must have an adhesive strength of 1.5MPa. Before all treatment, it must be prepared by shot-blasting or shaving. All dust must also be removed to ensure the best adhesion of the product.
After having prepared the support, the mortar is put in place at a rate of 8 to 50kg/mÂ², that is to say the equivalent of a 4 to 25mm thickness. Before, an epoxy primer without solvents (for example Prim Epoxy) is firstly applied, and then silica sand (0.4-0.8mm, depending on the wanted result) is scattered onto it. The excess of sand is removed after hardening.
After having hoovered the excess of sand, you can start the application of the Indurit Flow mortar. You must firstly mic the product with clear water and mix it during at least 3 minutes with an adequate mixer. The quantity of water to add must be of 5.5-6 litres by 25kg bag. Once the paste is obtained, it is poured and spread on the totality of the surface to protect, at the rate of 8kg/mÂ². When the mix thickens, it is advised to add water, the processing time being of 15 minutes and the hardening time of 90 minutes.
To be optimal, it is advised to apply Indurit FlowÂ at temperature between 8Â°C and 30Â°C. It is preferred to be put in place with a pump to obtain a defect-less smooth concrete.
If Indurit Flow is easy to apply, the material that it necessitates is simple to clean (with water), it must not be forgotten to respect elementary safety rules such as wearing gloves, a mask and glasses, but also to ventilate the room where the product is being applied.