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Repair Mortar, Grout System Launches

Tuesday, February 28, 2017

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BASF Corp.’s Construction Chemicals division (Shakopee, Minnesota) has introduced a chemical-resistant repair mortar and grout product for concrete substrates and interior applications.

MasterEmaco T 5000 was designed for repairing damaged concrete or grouting smaller equipment that will experience varying levels of chemical exposure.

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Screenshot via BASF video

MasterEmaco T 5000 boasts chemical resistance to many aggressive chemicals, the company says.

Depending on project need, the material can be mixed to create a thick mortar or produce a flowable grout, BASF says.

Product Features

The product is a 100 percent solids, solvent-free and nearly odor-free formulation, the company says. It has been evaluated against 240 chemicals with documented performance, according to product literature.

The 7-day strength reaches 11,040 PSI as a repair mortar and 10,000 PSI as an ancillary grout, BASF adds.

The product is available in North America.

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Tagged categories: BASF; Chemical resistance; concrete; Construction chemicals; Grout; Maintenance + Renovation; Mortars; Rehabilitation/Repair; Repair materials

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