X-Calibur Construction Systems Inc. is focused in the supply of high quality specialist construction products. Our product range incorporates some of the latest technology worldwide reflecting our experience in working on projects internationally. More than 60% of our staff are qualified engineers, chemists or technologists
Construction is a process that consists of the building or assembling of infrastructure. For the successful execution of a project, effective planning is essential. Those involved with the design and execution of the infrastructure in question must consider the environmental impact of the job, the successful scheduling, budgeting, site safety, availability of materials, logistics, inconvenience to the public caused by construction delays, preparing tender documents, etc.
Construction chemistry or construction chemicals is a broad generic term that is applied to engineered chemical formulations that are used to solve problems and add value to construction and restoration. It broadly covers admixtures and surface treatments to improve the quality of concrete, joint sealants and waterproofing, specialist grouts, resin anchors, construction adhesives, grinding aids for cement and industrial flooring systems.
X-Shield RG40SF can be applied to wooden exterior doors. It is quite viscous so if their are any reliefs or patterns you may lose some definition The door should be sanded down and primed with X-Shield ProPrime S.
Our operation in the UAE (Dubai & Sharjah) looks after India. We are no present yet but are working on being established in India within the next 18 months i.e. by June 2011.
We use the RAL Color System. Standard colors for all our epoxy flooring products are shown in our Epoxy Flooring brochure (please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to receive a copy). Any RAL color can be supplied to special order.
We recommend whenever possible that captive grit blasting is used along with a primer. We do not recommend surface grinding as we have seen many failures particularly in car parks when this method was used. The use of a primer helps to ensure maximum bond although many suppliers suggest that a primer is not required we consider it a false economy. When captive blasting is not feasible then we would suggest mechanical wire brushing, needle scabbling, abrasive disk (i.e. leave a rough finish)
For T25 bar (grade 500B) in 32mm dia hole x 140mm deep (30MPa concrete) can be calculated as follows: 1) characteristic steel strength = 245kN 2) characteristic bond failure load = 152kN 3) characteristic concrete resistance in (30MPa concrete) = 91.4kN The lowest of these three i.e. 91.4kN is the characteristic resistance of the anchorage. The design resistance is obtained by applying the material partial safety factor of 1.8 to this characteristsic resistance. Therefore the design resistance of the T25 x 140mm anchorage in 30MPa concrete is 50.8kN.
X-Pruf CrystalMix will have a positive effect on durability and compressive strengths due to pores in the concrete being filled. This will result in lower permeability and absorption and therefore increased durability. Compressive strength increases of up 15% has been reported.
Polysulfide sealants are not recommended for use in swimming pool applications as they cannot resist the high level of chlorine that is used to super chlorinate. We suggest for swimming pools that X-Seal PoolSeal HPS is used and it is available in blue. If fast cure is important then we would recommend X-Seal PU600 which can be made in blue to special order. A primer will be required on porous surfaces and we would recommend X-Seal EP Primer.
Thanks for your question. Assuming that the reinforcing bar is a deformed bar i.e. one with ribs (a normal high tensile bar). Then it will not be necessary to remove the EpoxySeal SP. It will behave like an epoxy coated rebar with regard to bond.
The test required is ASTM-C939-02 please check following link for appropriate equipment needed to carry out the test. http://www.humboldtmfg.com/c-4-p-308-id-4.html Please note that neat grout with only sand will require good particle gradation to ensure good flow, but even then neat grouts would shrink therefore use of expanding grout admixture like X-tite grout Expansion agent is strongly recommended. Actual water cement ratio will have to be adjusted by conducting trials to ensure bleed free consistency. For further finer details we would need your sand gradation.
X-Seal JointBoard P60 will be suitable. The are polyethylene based products so will act as an insulator.
Mr.Shamim in your query it is not clear if you manufacture the mirrors or have ready made mirrors with you. Commercially supplied mirrors have metallic layer behind the glass( Aluminium or Silver)and the mirror manufacturer would protect it with a coating and supply. In case you have to make a protection please use X-Shield EpoxySeal CR a solvent free epoxy coating for metals and concrete.
X-Mix HPN will be suitable for you application. It has very high water reduction and provides very high early strength
Thanks for the question. I am sorry for the delay but it seems we have had a server issue. For use with glass we recommend X-Tite Performance Grout LA. The aluminium channel should be anodized otherwise there will be a reaction with the cement. In not anodized then you need to go with X-Tite InjectionGrout EP an epoxy or ResiLoc CX (if gap is large). All these products can be used at over 50C. Max for the epoxies is 60C for Performance Grout around 250C
Our X-Tite ResiLoc C will be perfect for this application. It is cartridge dispensed so wastage is minimal. We can also supply in bulk for large scale applications.
X-Shield StoneSeal or PaveSeal
Typically you should wait 28 days when the standard primer X-Shield SF Primer is used. If you want to apply the product soon after casting the concrete say 3 days then we would recommend the use of X-Shield MT Primer. We usually recommend two coats of primer to avoid bubbling due to air release from the substrate. Please note that early age shrinkage of the concrete has to be considered and the thickness of the coating increased accordingly. Please note that X-Shield FS450 was used waterproof the fountains on the worlds`s tallest building Burj Khalifa.
Yes X-Roc BondCure is suitable. It should be used undiluted and allowed to dry until it becomes slightly tacky or just touch dry
Our X-Seal 3C AF should be suitable for this application.
We have a primer X-Shield MT Primer which can be applied to the damp concrete and then our X-Seal PS800 can be used
Our X-Shield ProFlex One or X-Shield ProCoat should be suitable
We have tile setting adhesives eg X-Tile CTA and X-Tile STA that can be using with floor tiles. For heavy duty application we have X-Tite TBA a thick bed adhesive. We also have cementitious grouts X-Tile Grout TJ for standard size joint and X-Tile Grout WJ for wider joints.
Our product X-Tech EpoxyFloor TF is used for for heavy duty factory floor appliactions.