JLY-05 Series Polycarboxylate Superplasticizer (Powder)
■ Superior slump retention performance: Excellent slump retention ability, enhance cohesion, no segregation.
■ High water reduction rate: This product can reduce the water content of concrete by 35% and above, that of mortar over 25%.
■ Good dispersion: High fluidity of concrete results in sedimentary and compacting easily.
■ Superior durability: low porosity, low alkali and no chloride ion content, can increase the durability of the concrete.
■ Pumped concrete
■ High flowability concrete
■ High durable concrete
■ High strength concrete
■ Ready-mixed concrete
■ Long distance transport concrete
|Appearance (23℃)||/||White or light yellow to brown viscous liquid|
|Water reducing rate||%||≥25|
Do not use other types of water reducers or superplasticizers to mix with JLY-05 series. JLY-05 series water reducer is compatible with selected JLY series retarder, air-entraining agents.Consult with us for advice.
Dosage of JLY-05 should be decided according to the mix design, ambient temperature, the required water reducing rate and materials. A recommended dosage is 0.1%-0.6% of the total cementitious materials . Trial mixes should be made to determine the optimum dosage.
Stored in a dry place with a normal temperature(below 40℃),no stacking or great pressure to avoid caking. This product shall be transported according to general chemical products.
JLY-05 can be stored for 12 months at temperatures between 0 ℃ and 40 ℃ in tightly sealed original packages. Use it within 60 days after opening the package.
JLY-05 Powdery type series is available in 25kgs/bag
Health: JLY-05 does not contain any hazardous substances need to be labeled.It is safe for use with standard precautions followed in the construction industry, such as use of hand gloves, safety goggles, etc.
For detailed health, safety and environmental recommendations please consult and follow all instructions on the product Material Safety DataSheet.
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