FAIRMATE manufactures a complete range of construction chemicals and provides cost-effective solutions and world-class services to the Speciality Construction Chemicals Industry in alliance with leading partners and experts.

The company’s product range consists of a variety of chloride-free and chloride-based concrete admixtures for increasing the workability of concrete. Products include Normal Plasticizers, Super Plasticizers, Retarders, Slump Retainers, Accelerators etc.

FAIRMATE is also offering fourth generation Concrete Admixtures which ensure very high slump retention and early strength, and mineral admixtures like Micro Silica, and Fly Ash Admixtures for plasters, which gives better consistency. The company’s new generation of admixture is based on modified polycarboxylic ether, as well as cellulose fiber, polypropylene fibre and steel fibre.

FAIRMATE’S Brocrete C 800 and Brocrete S 888 {high range water reducer slump retainer} are two of the preferred polycarboxylic ether admixtures; they have been developed primarily for application in high performance concrete where utmost durability and performance are required.

Advantages of Brocrete C 800 and Brocrete S 888
  • Reduced thermal peaks
  • Improved workability: easier, quicker placing and compaction
  • Reduced segregation: increased cohesion minimizes segregation and bleeding
  • Improved surface finish
  • Resistance to segregation even at high workability
  • Extended setting with longer workability
  • Reduced permeability and improved durability
BROCRETE S 888BROCRETE S 888 – It can be used with all type of Portland Cements. Ideal for longer workability in crusher and sand condition.

Applications of Brocrete C 800 and Brocrete S 888
Brocrete C 800 is ideal with lower and higher grade of concrete mix in pre-stressed and precast work, pavement concrete, exposed slab concrete, and in mass concrete pours. It is used to produce high workability concrete, requiring little or no vibration during placing, and can be used for all types of cement.

Brocrete S 888 can be used with all types of Portland Cement and is ideal for longer workability in crusher sand condition. It can be used in ready-mix concrete for obtaining high workability without affecting the concrete’s properties.

BROCRETE C 800BROCRETE C 800 – Ideal with Lower and higher grade of concrete mix in prestressed and precast work, pavement concrete, exposed slab concrete and mass concrete pours.

Packing and Dosage
Brocrete C 800 and Brocrete S 888 are supplied in 50, 100, 200, and 225-kg carboys, and in bulk quantity on request. The normal dosage is about 0.6%-1.5% by weight of cementitious material. However, the optimum dosage is determined by site trials.
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