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RonaBond HB25

Lightweight concrete repair mortar for vertical and overhead surfaces

Features and Benefits

  • Conforms to BS EN 1504-3
  • High build repair mortar
  • High build repairs to 75mm
  • Application from 6mm
  • Pre-packed formulations offer assurance of consistent high performance
  • Smooth surface finish prior to application of protective/decorative coating
  • Monolithic adhesion

Description

RonaBond HB25 is a prepacked mortar used for repairing concrete on vertical and overhead surfaces where ease of application is as important as high strength.  It can be applied in relatively thick section to walls and soffits and, depending on the nature of the repair, in layers up to 75mm deep in pocket repairs.

 

RonaBond HB25 is supplied prepacked requiring only the addition of water.

 

The cured mortar bonds well to concrete, steel and other building surfaces. It  offers long term performance and protection to structures.  

Pack Size

18kg

Coverage Rates

Packs required per m² @ 6mm                        0.39 packs

Packs required per m² @ 50mm                      3.25 packs

Yield per pack                                                  15.5 litres

Packs required per m³                                     65 packs

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