1 Version: Nov. 13, 2012. p X . nito Pla One-Component, Fast- Setting, Vertical and Overhead Repair Mortar CORROSION . TM. INHIBITOR. ENH. ANCED. DESCRIPTION LEED Points Contribution LEED Points Planitop X is a one-component, fiber-reinforced, shrinkage-compensated, MR Credit 5, Regional Materials*.. Up to 2 points high-early-strength, Fast- setting, polymer-modified, high-build cementitious * Using this product may help contribute to LEED certification of projects in Repair mortar with a corrosion inhibitor. It is suited for all interior/exterior the categories shown above. Points are awarded based on contributions of Vertical and Overhead concrete repairs, including precast/prestressed, tilt-up, all project materials. post-tensioned and cast-in-place concrete.
2 Planitop X can be applied from featheredge to 4" (10 cm) per lift. Planitop X is engineered to provide high WHERE TO USE. early strength with ease of application. Planitop X dries to a light gray color, For repairing all Vertical and Overhead concrete surfaces, such as matching most concrete surfaces. tunnels, bridges, overpasses, retaining walls, beams, building facades, parking garages, ceilings and balconies FEATURES AND BENEFITS. For repairing defects in concrete surfaces, such as the filling of Easy to use, requiring only the addition of potable mixing water honeycombs, voids and cavities Fast- setting, to reduce downtime and expedite return to service For reconstructing architectural features requiring a moldable and Excellent compressive and flexural strengths sculptable mortar Trowel-applied mortar, offering exceptional sculptability after initial set LIMITATIONS.
3 Strong bond to existing properly prepared concrete Due to the Fast- setting characteristics of Planitop X, use it only for small Shrinkage-compensated repairs ( cu. ft. [0,001 m3]). In all cases, any complete Repair should Adding Planicrete AC results in improved compressive and bond be placed before the material begins setting, always maintaining a wet strengths as well as improved resistance to freeze/thaw cycling and edge of Repair material. For larger repairs, utilize one of MAPEI's Repair de-icing salts. For details, consult the Technical Data Sheet (TDS) for mortars with extended working time. Planicrete AC or MAPEI's Technical Services Department. Only use on surfaces properly prepared in accordance with International Concrete Repair Institute (ICRI) guidelines regarding proper surface INDUSTRY STANDARDS AND APPROVALS preparation based on the intended installation, specifically maintaining at Meets or exceeds requirements for ASTM C928 R2 mortar least 3/4" (19 mm) clearance behind corroded reinforcing steel.
4 Reference the Related Documents of this TDS section for applicable ICRI and American Concrete Institute (ACI) guidelines. p . X Other than Planicrete AC, do not add additives, cement MIXING. nito or aggregates to Planitop X. Note: Choose all appropriate safety equipment before Pla When using Planibond 3C as a bonding agent use. Refer to Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for more between new or existing concrete and Planitop X, allow information. 24 hours before placement of Planitop X. Mix ratio with water: 1 gal. (3,79 L) of water per 50 lbs. Planitop X begins to set quickly; do not attempt to (22,7 kg) of Planitop X. re-temper after it has been mixed. 1. Into a clean container, pour 3 qts. (2,84 L) of cool, Use at temperatures between 41 F and 85 F (5 C and clean potable water.)
5 29 C). For temperatures below or above this range, 2. Add Planitop X to the water slowly and continuously, use cold- or hot-weather guidelines from the American while mixing with an electric drill and box- or propeller- Concrete Institute (ACI). type mixing paddle, and add the remaining 1 qt. Use only unopened, undamaged bags of Planitop X. (0,95 L) of water, as needed. For extreme situations where product will exposed 3. Mix for 3 to 4 minutes to obtain a lump-free, to moisture through continuous freeze/thaw cycles, homogenous consistency. Planitop X has a working substitute Planicrete AC for the water as indicated in time of 5 to 6 minutes at 73 F (23 C). the "Product Performance Properties" section. PRODUCT APPLICATION. SUITABLE SUBSTRATES. 1. Read all application instructions thoroughly before Properly prepared, structurally sound, fully cured installation.
6 Concrete substrates (at least 28 days old). 2. Application should take place as soon as Planitop X. Consult MAPEI's Technical Services Department for is mixed. First, apply a scrub or bond coat of Planitop X. installation recommendations regarding substrates and onto the SSD concrete surface. The scrub coat should conditions not listed. be applied thinly (about 1/8" [3 mm]), and worked thoroughly into the surface profile to ensure SURFACE PREPARATION full coverage of the area to be repaired. Allow the Ensure that all substrates are structurally sound, Planitop X to take an initial set (> 6 minutes at 73 F. stable, clean and free of dust, oil, grease, paint, tar, [23 C] and 50% relative humidity). Use a trowel wax, sealers, curing compounds, form release agents, to immediately begin the build process, pressing primers, laitance, loose particles and any foreign additional material firmly around all pretreated substance or debris that could reduce or impair reinforcement, up to a maximum thickness of 4".
7 Adhesion. (10 cm). Overhead repairs may require multiple lifts Mechanically roughen the surface to achieve a CSP of no more than 2" (5 cm) per lift. of 5 and at least 3/4" (19 mm) clearance behind 3. If successive lifts are to be completed, leave the first corroded reinforcing steel by abrasive blasting, water- lift rough and immediately score the surface (about jetting or other engineer-approved mechanical means. 1/4" [6 mm] deep) with the margin trowel edge in a Reference ICRI Technical Guideline # as continual X or H pattern (crosshatching). Dampen well as ACI RAP Bulletins 6 and 7 for Repair geometry, the surface lightly with potable water and again install surface preparation and material application details. a scrub coat followed by a build coat. Allow the Planitop X to take another set.
8 Avoid building the Clean the exposed metal in accordance with The material in multiple lifts that exceed 8" (20 cm). Society for Protective Coatings (SSPC) guidelines and coat with Mapefer 1K or Planibond 3C. 4. Sculpting and molding of the Repair area should begin as soon as the Planitop X initially sets. Use the Ensure that the concrete substrate is saturated margin trowel edge to shave off excess material. Using surface-dry (SSD) before installation of Planitop X. The a dampened sponge, gently rub the Repair area in a concrete surface should be free of any standing water. circular motion to remove surface imperfections and blend the Repair into the original substrate. Do not overwet the sponge or Repair area during the finishing process. 5. Always consult with the project engineer before placement of Planitop X regarding any need for additional pinning or reinforcement.
9 Product Performance Properties p . X. nito Shelf Life and Application Properties (before mixing). Pla Laboratory Tests Results Shelf life 1 year in original packaging stored in dry, covered and heated place Physical state Powder Color Light gray Dry-solids content 100%. Protect containers from freezing in transit and storage. Provide for heated storage on site and deliver all materials at least 24 hours before work begins. Planitop X mixed with water*. Laboratory Tests Results Mixing ratio 1 gal. (3,79 L) of water per 50 lbs. (22,7 kg) of Planitop X. Initial set > 6 minutes Final set < 25 minutes Compressive strength ASTM C109. 3 hours > 3,800 psi (26,2 MPa). 1 day > 5,600 psi (38,6 MPa). 7 days > 6,650 psi (45,9 MPa). 28 days > 7,300 psi (50,3 MPa). Flexural strength ASTM C348.
10 1 day > 1,000 psi (6,90 MPa). 7 days > 1,200 psi (8,28 MPa). 28 days > 1,450 psi (10 MPa). Tensile bond strength ASTM C1583 (CSA ) (failure in concrete substrate). 28 days > 290 psi (2 MPa). Slant/shear bond strength ASTM C882 (modified). 1 day > 1,400 psi (9,66 MPa). 28 days > 1,880 psi (13,0 MPa). Volume change Meets ASTM C928. 28 days, dry-cured < 28 days, wet-cured < + * A ll tests performed at 73 F (23 C) and 50% relative humidity with a mixture of 1 gal. (3,79 L) of water per 50-lb. (22,7 kg) bag of Planitop X. An increase in the water content will alter listed properties. CSI Division Classifications Name of Classification Number Cast-in-Place Concrete 03 30 00. Cementitious Decks and Underlayment 03 50 00. Concrete Restoration and Cleaning 03 90 00.