Application cases of fibrous sulrry code SLP-4045:
Precast concrete elements, industrial floors and bridge concrete decks, self-compacting concrete (SCC), structures and elements exposed to melting and freezing cycles, high durability concretes against chloride ion penetration and sulfate attacks, concretes with high abrasion resistance such as concrete surfaces in loaded, vehicular traffic, high strength and performance concrete (HPC), bulk concreting (reducing the heat of hydration), low permeability and waterproof concrete such as tanks, tunnels, dams, pools and underground structures exposed to hydrostatic water pressure
Before using the product, please read the safety information sheet carefully or read the safety instructions on the package.
The technical department of Parsman Chemical Construction is always available to help you in the correct and optimal use of products.
Tips for using SLP-4045 fibrous sulrry:
It is used to produce concrete with high durability and strength, especially in conditions where the transportation distance is significant. This product follows a variety of concrete mixing designs with different categories of performance, durability and environmental conditions according to the European standard EN 206, with outstanding technical and economic advantages. It is recommended to add Parsman Chemical SL-4045 with a portion of concrete mixing water to other concrete compounds. Also, if using in a concrete truck, mix evenly for at least 5 minutes. Considering the significant consumption of microsilica slurry, it is recommended to modify the concrete mix water according to the percentage of dry materials of this product and reduce the concrete mix water. It is recommended to mix the contents of the container well before consumption.
This product is compatible with the following admixtures and materials:
•Super-plasticizer and concrete super-plasticizer
•Concrete retarders: Parsman Chemical R-200
•Concrete Precipitators: Parsman Chemical AX-104
•Shrinkage reduction admixtures
•Processing materials for exposed concrete
•Common mold oil