MasterEmaco S 810 - Cementitious spray applied repair mortar

How does MasterEmaco S 810 work?

MasterEmaco S 810 is a ready-to-use, cement based spray applied repair mortar with reduced rebound. It is specially designed for civil and mining applications using either the wet or dry ​shotcreting systems. It gives high early strength, reduced rebound and allows for maximum application thickness and with resistivity values in the range accepted for cathodic protection (CP) overlays

Recommended uses:

  • Repairs to the underside of bridge decks, bridge piers and beams, tunnels, drains, sea walls, and culverts.
  • Reinstating of eroded concrete in sewers prior to the application of MasterEmaco S 880
  • Tunnel linings and embankment stabilisation.
  • Refurbishment of columns, bridges, tunnels and retaining walls.
  • Single high build application.
  • Repair of fire damaged structures, marine structures, piers, quays, off shore platforms,etc
  • Cathodic protection overlays.

What makes MasterEmaco S 810 a unique solution?

MasterEmaco S 810 is a high quality dry shotcrete with non-sag characteristics that reduces cost of application for large thickness repair

What are the features and benefits of MasterEmaco S 810?

  • Factory mixed – No onsite variations
  • Easy to use – Requires only the addition of potable water for mixing or spraying
  • Economical – Reduces handling and clean-up costs and speeds up repairs
  • Versatile – Is easily sprayed using the wet mix shotcrete system or dry mix systems
  • Good working time – Over one hour at 23°C
  • Controlled shrinkage – Reduced cracking tendency
  • Low resistivity – suitable for cathodic protection overlays.​

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MasterEmaco S 810 Technical Datasheet

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