Areas of Application :-
For concrete repairs – Spalled concrete of floors, columns, beams,
chajja, slabs, parapets, etc.
For waterproofing – Small roof terraces, sunken portions of toilets &
bathrooms, chajja & lift pits, balconies
As a bond coat – For bonding of new concrete to old concrete, masonry
stone work, plastering fixing of slip bricks, tiles, stones & marble
For plastering on RCC Surface without hacking as a hacking aid.
As external rendering – Weatherproof & frost resistant render.
As bonding slurry coat for pinhole treatment on concrete surface.
Features & Benefits :-
Excellent adhesion to most building substrates.
Improves flexural, tensile, and thin section fragility of cementitious
Allows breathing, thus preventing peeling and scaling.
Reduces chloride salt penetration in marine environment.
Improves bond strength with steel.
Resists water pressures up to 5 bars.
Is non-toxic and thus can be used for coating structures storing
Method of Application :-
Surface preparation is vital for effective adhesion and bonding of BOND APL.
To start with, free the surface from laitance, loose dust particles, oil, grease
and other dirt.
Then: Weigh out 1 kg of BOND APL in a plastic container of 2 litre capacity.
Weigh out 1 kg of ordinary Portland cement from a bag of fresh cement.
Add the cement gradually to BOND APL with constant stirring.
Ensure ther is no formation of lumps.
Stir constantly until all the cement has been added to BOND APL and slurry
of uniform consistency is achieved.
Apply this slurry on the substrate using a soft 4 – inch wide paint brush.
Apply the slurry in one direction only