Structural Repair Mortars Now Include Migrating Corrosion Inhibitor

ChemMasters, Inc. has announced the addition of migrating corrosion inhibitor to their popular “ChemSpeed 75” and “ChemSpeed 75 ES” (Extended Set) repair mortars. Both are versatile single component cementitious mortars suitable for 0.50 inch to full depth structural and traffic bearing repairs to slabs, bridge and parking decks, columns, beams and roadways. ChemSpeed 75 and ChemSpeed 75 ES are high early strength mortars that offer versatile placement options including horizontal trowel, vertical and overhead form and pump applications, and may be extended up to 60% for deep repairs.

ChemSpeed 75 reaches initial set in 13 to 19 minutes, while ChemSpeed 75 ES has an extended initial set of 40 to 50 minutes for increased flow and easier use in hot weather. The addition of migrating corrosion inhibitor ensures superior protection for structural steel and rebar, for maximum repair durability. They are freeze/thaw resistant, high early strength mortars reaching 2,000 psi compressive strength within one hour, may be placed at temperatures down to 20° F (-6.7° C) and may be primed or coated with as little as 4 hours cure.

ChemMasters, Inc. is a 60 year-old manufacturer of specialty concrete chemicals used to improve, repair and protect concrete and masonry. The company is the acknowledged leader in the formulation and manufacturing of low-VOC solvent-based products for use in the states that require them. A state-of-the-art research and development facility is operated by ChemMasters to advance the science of concrete improvement.

ChemMasters, Inc. is located at 300 Edwards Street, Madison, OH 44057. Telephone: 800-486-7866, Fax: 440-428-7091 Email: [email protected] Web:

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