CarboLith SL is a fast reacting, non-foaming, flexible two-component silicate resin with excellent adhesive properties and a high final strength. This product is used for grout and uplift slabs in road construction, grout and repair of road structures, stabilisation and consolidation of loose rock and soil and filling of minor cavities.
CarboLith SL component A is a special sodium silicate. CarboLith SL component B is a modified polyisocyanate.
During the reaction component A hardens to form a silicate, whereas component B simultaneously forms a solid polyurea.
Compression strength ≥ 35 MPa after 1 h
Cured CarboLith SL is resistant to acids, salt solutions and many organic solvents
Temperature range of application ranges from 5°C – 40 °C.
If both components are sufficiently mixed, the resulting viscous emulsion does no longer absorb water (e.g. from the soil) and does no longer mix with water but sinks in water.
IKT Test Report P06904 "Freeze/de-icing salt testing of pure resins“, January 2018
Its 1-day compressive strength reaches the 45 MPa
Its tensile strength after 30 min reaches the 9 MPa
The components can be delivered in 20/26/200/1000 l units.
CarboLith Flex, Component A, is a special sodium silicate with additives. CarboLith Flex, Component B, is a modified polyisocyanate.
The curing of Component A results in a silicate; simultaneously a solid polyisocyanurate/polyurea is formed from Component B. The mixture of these two components creates a tough, elastic, solid silicate resin (organic-mineral resin).
CarboPur WF, Component A is a mixture of various polyols and additives and component B is a polyisocyanate. When the mixed resin penetrates the structure to be sealed, the water in the cracks and joints is displaced due to the hydrophoby and the viscosity of the resin. Traces of water make the resin foam.