Sika MonoTop®-630 Rapid
Sika MonoTop®-630 Rapid (previously Sika® Rapid Repair Mortar) is a one component fast setting cementitious repair mortar, meeting the requirements of Class R4 of BS EN 1504-3
Usage▪ For repairing all types of structures ▪ Horizontal and vertical repairs ▪ Hand applied repairs ▪ Floor slabs and car park decks ▪ For exterior and interior use ▪ In place of R1, R2 & R3 mortars
Advantages▪ Pre-bagged for quality ▪ Just add water ▪ High early strength ▪ Rapid setting ▪ Contains no chloride admixtures ▪ Non corrosive to steel ▪ Can be overcoated
25 kg bag
APPROVALS / STANDARDS
Conforms to the requirements of BS EN 1504-3 R4 Classification
Portland cement, selected aggregates and additives.
Store in original unopened, sealed and undamaged packaging in dry and cool conditions
Fresh mortar density: ~ 2.10 kg/l
Soluble Chloride Ion Content
Sika MonoTop®-630 Rapid (previously Sika® Rapid Repair Mortar) is part of the range of Sika mortars complying with the relevant part of European Standard EN 1504 and comprising of:
Bonding Primer / Reinforcement Corrosion Protection
SikaTop® Armatec® 110 EpoCem®
All Sika® MonoTop® and SikaCem® Gunite series
Smoothing Coat / Pore Filler
Anti-Carbonation Protective Coatings All Sikagard® Anti- Carbonation protective coatings
~ 2.5 to 3.0 L of water for 25 kg powder
8.0 mm min. / 30 mm max.
Ambient Air Temperature
+5°C min. / +25°C max.
+5°C min. / +25°C max.
~ 15-20 minutes (at +20°C)
This depends on the substrate roughness and thickness of layer applied. As a guide, ~ 2.10 kg/m2/mm.
Sika MonoTop®-630 Rapid can be mixed with a low speed (< 500 rpm) hand drill mixer. In small quantities, Sika MonoTop®-630 Rapid can also be manually mixed. Pour the recommended water in a suitable mixing container. While stirring slowly, add the powder to the water and mix thoroughly at least for 3 minutes adding additional water during the mixing time if necessary to the maximum specified amount and adjust to the required consistency.
Reinforcement Corrosion Protection Coating: Where a reinforcement coating is required the application of a repair mortar shall be applied wet on dry onto the reinforcement corrosion protection. Refer to the System Information above for compatible Sika products and refer to the relevant Product Data Sheet for more detailed information about the reinforcement corrosion product.
Bonding Primer: On a well prepared and roughened substrate a bonding primer is generally not required for this product. When a bonding primer is required, refer to the System Information above for compatible Sika products and refer to the relevant Product Data Sheet for instructions. A small amount of Sika MonoTop®-630 Rapid can also be mixed slightly wetter than normal and used as a scratch coat to fill any deep cavities or pits in the base of the substrate. Any bonding primer shall be applied on a pre-wet substrate and subsequent application of the scratch coat /repair mortar shall be applied wet on wet onto the bonding primer.
Repair Mortar Application: Sika MonoTop®-630 Rapid can be applied manually using traditional techniques. Thoroughly pre-wet the prepared substrate a recommended 2 hours before application. Keep the surface wet and do not allow to dry. Before application remove excess water e.g. with a clean sponge. The surface shall appear a dark matt appearance without glistening and surface pores and pits shall not contain water. When applying first make a scratch coat by firmly scraping the repair mortar over the base of the substrate surface to form a thin layer and fill any deep cavities. Ensure the whole surface to be repaired is covered by the scratch coat. For vertical applications, build up layers from bottom to top by pressing mortar well into the repair area. The surface can be finished according to the surface texture requirements using a float. Do not over-trowel as this may lead to surface cracking.
Protect the fresh mortar immediately from premature drying for a minimum of 3 days using an appropriate curing method e.g. curing compound, moist geotextile membrane, polythene sheet etc. Curing compounds shall not be used when they adversely affect subsequently applied products and systems. Reference shall also be made to BS EN1504-10 for specific requirements.
CLEANING OF TOOLS
Clean all tools and application equipment with waterimmediately after use. Hardened material can only be mechanically removed.