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MasterEmaco N 5100 FC
MasterEmaco N 5100 FC is a fast setting leveling mortar from 0.5 up to 7mm thickness for large areas. For small patch repair it can be applied up to 10 mm.
MasterEmaco N 5200
MasterEmaco N 5200 is a fast setting, reprofiling repair and leveling mortar from 3 up to 100mm thickness, class R2.
MasterEmaco P 5000 AP
MasterEmaco P 5000 AP is a single component cement based primer for the protection of reinforcement steel. It also can be used as a bonding slurry for subsequent repair mortars.
MasterEmaco S 420
MasterEmaco S 420 is a rapid setting polymer modified repair mortar for application where high compressive strengths are required. The material cures to a concrete grey colour.
MasterEmaco S 5300
MasterEmaco S 5300 is a thixotropic lightweight high build repair mortar with medium strength from 5 up to 75mm thickness, class R3.
MasterEmaco S 5400
MasterEmaco S 5400 is a highly thixotropic repair mortar with high modulus from 5 up to 50mm thickness, class R4.
MasterEmaco S 5450 PG
MasterEmaco S 5450 PG is a fluid repair mortar with high modulus from 20 up to 200mm thickness, class R4.
Fast Repair Solution
Mortars for fast concrete repair
MasterEmaco T 1100 TIX
Master Emaco T 1100 TIX is a one component, cement based, thixotropic PAN fibre reinforced, sulphate resistant high strength repair and bedding mortar.
MasterEmaco T 1200 PG
MasterEmaco T 1200 PG is a one component, cement based, fluid, PAN fibre reinforced, sulphate resistant high strength repair and bedding mortar.
MasterEmaco T 1400 FR
MasterEmaco T 1400 FR is a one component, cement based, flowable, steel fibre and PAN fibre reinforced, sulphate resistant high strength repair and bedding mortar.
MasterEmaco T 545
MasterEmaco T 545 is a specially formulated repair mortar, based on magnesia-phosphate cement pre-mixed with selected aggregates, which gives controlled, extremely high early strengths in temperatures ranging from -20°C (or lower) up to over 30°C.