Rockbond Underwater Materials, RB UWM
Rockbond underwater materials are used for void filling and concrete repairs, above water, below water and in the tidal zone. Underwater Accelerated Mortar is used in the splash zone and to beat and resist the incoming tide. Underwater Putty is washout resistant, waterproof and is used to point bricks and blocks above and below the water line. Waterstop stops the flow of water through concrete and brick instantly.
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| Underwater Putty (RB UWP)
||To lay, point and repair bricks and blocks above and below the waterline. To fill and seal underwater voids and cavities in brick and concrete. To render brick and concrete surfaces underwater. Onshore, offshore and underwater repairs. To repair dams, reservoirs, tanks, tunnels, channels, culverts, sewers and pipes. For use as an underwater tile adhesive.
|Rockbond Underwater Mortar (RB UWMs)
||Offshore locations and underwater applications. To repair and waterproof precast concrete, tunnels, culverts, sewers and pipes. To point and repair bricks, blocks and masonry above and below the waterline. The consolidation of sea defences, harbours, jetties, docks and locks. Caulking material for gaps and joints, and for sealing shutters. In situations where a quick, early strength gain is required.
|Rockbond Underwater Super Accelerated Mortar (RB UWAM)
||For the fast filling and sealing of voids and quick repairs to concrete at freezing temperatures. To instantly stop and plug the flow of running water or grout through brick or concrete. Caulking material to instantly fill and seal voids, gaps and joints, and for sealing shutters. Designed for use during cold weather, low temperature applications and freezing conditions.
| Rockbond Underwater Grout (RB UWG) and Concrete (RB UWC)
||General underwater void filling applications. Marine and fresh water underwater concrete repair and protection. For use in hostile locations such as tidal and splash zones. Seawalls, harbours, quays and jetties, ramps and slipways.