HI-FLOW GROUT is specially designed for use where high tolerance, high strength and high fluidity are required. It is formulated as a natural aggregate system with a shrinkage-compensating binder and is highly flowable without sacrificing strength or performance capabilities. HI-FLOW GROUT is formulated to provide consistent and exacting performance in critical grouting operations.
Features & Benefits
- Highly fluid for ease in placement
- High strength for maximum load bearing
- Non-shrink with minimum positive expansion for high-tolerance performance
- Non-bleeding and non-segregating at a fluid consistency
- Does not contain any chlorides or additives which may contribute to corrosion of base structure
- Total shrinkage compensation provides a maximum bearing surface for the greatest overall support
- Rapid strength gain to minimize turnaround time for equipment re-grouts
- Excellent working time at high ambient temperatures
- Heavy duty grouting of machinery and equipment
- Structural columns
- Crane rails
- Bridge seats
- Bearing plates
- Euclid Hi-Flow Grout 50 Pound Bag (this item)
- CRD-C 621, Corps of Engineers Specification for Non-Shrink Grout
- ASTM C1107, “Standard Specification for Packaged Dry, Hydraulic-Cement Grout (Non-Shrink)”
- Shows positive expansion when tested in accordance with ASTM Specification C1090, “Standard Test Method for Measuring Changes in Height of Cylindrical Specimens from Hydraulic-Cement Grout”
- Canadian MTQ
- NSF/ANSI/CAN Standard 61
- Store materials in a dry place.
- Do not add sufficient water to promote bleeding of the grout.
- Use only potable water for mixing, and do not add admixtures or fluidifiers.
- Do not use this product at a flow cone rate of less than 20 seconds if checking flow rate on the job site (see CRD-C 611 or ASTM C939 for flow cone method).
- Rate of strength gain is significantly affected at temperature extremes.
- Do not use material at temperatures that may cause premature freezing.
- Keep the grout from freezing until a minimum strength of 4000 psi (28 MPa) is reached.
- When necessary, follow the recommendations in ACI 305R “Guide to Hot Weather Concreting” or ACI 306R “Guide to Cold Weather Concreting”.
- Shoulder cracking may occur on wide shoulders, improperly cured shoulders, or at stress points such as shimpacks, bolts or plate stiffeners. These cracks are of no structural significance.
- Do not use as a topping.
- Proper curing is required.
- In all cases, consult the Safety Data Sheet before use