Repairing smaller, damaged areas of concrete pavement

Edge breakages on joints, cracks and damaged sections between carriageways are all frequent issues when it comes to concrete pavements and concrete surfaces. Whether at airports or on concrete roads, the repairs must be performed as rapidly as possible, to avoid long waiting times and traffic jams. This is why a rapid-hardening concrete or rapid-hardening mortar is ideal for time-critical work.
Depending on the type and size of the damage, the following products may be suitable:
Damage to between 10 and 250 litres: Concretum® Q-REP G
Damage to 250 litres and over: Concretum® Q-CON

Construction program for day or overnight processing (example)

1. Marking out the damaged locations
2. Cutting around the damaged section, breaking up the concrete and determining the volume of repair
3. If necessary, fixes rebars and anchors (not needed if using fibres as a replacement to steel rebars)
4. Roughening the boundary surfaces, cleaning and pre-dampening the base
5. Mixing together the rapid-hardening concrete/rapid-hardening mortar
6. Pouring the rapid-hardening concrete/rapid-hardening mortar, surface finish
7. Post-treatment of surface (covering, keeping damp)
8. Measuring the strength and releasing

The rapid-hardening mortar Concretum® Q-REP G has been in use with great success since 2010. Among other things, it is already in use on motorways and airports in Europe.

Concretum® Q-REP G is easy to work.