Rofluid M

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Manufacturer
PCC Rokita SA / Phosphorus Chemistry Business Unit
Chemical name
Polycarboxylate ether solution
CAS No.
27599-56-0
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Rofluid M is a new generation admixture, which is a low viscosity yellow to brown aqueous solution of polycarboxylate ether (PCE). PCEs are new generation concrete admixtures, compounds with a specific structure (the so-called comb structure, consisting of a long main chain and side chains with lengths depending on the number of repeating units of ethylene oxide and / or propylene.

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Properties and applications
  • increases the compressive strength of concrete (production of high-strength concrete);
  • high performance concrete setting retarder;
  • allows to reduce the amount of batched water (even by 35%) without deteriorating the consistency of the concrete mix;
  • allows for less cement consumption, which reduces costs (while maintaining a constant water / cement ratio);
  • low dosage of 0.4 to 1.5% per mass of the binder (depending on the parameters of the concrete to be produced);
  • can be used at temperatures of up to -5 ° C without inhibiting cement hydration;
  • does not cause corrosion of reinforcing steel (low chloride content).
Categories

Markets and applications
Building & Construction / Concrete & mortar additives

Function
Fluidising agents
Superplasticizers

Composition
Polycarboxylate ether

Segment
Specialty Products / Specialty additives

Alternative names
Polycarboxylate ether solution, PCE, 2-Propenoic acid, polymer with ethenol, sodium salt, sodium acrylate/ vinyl alcohol copolymer, Polycarboxylic copolymer
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