• Paveroc 25kg

Paveroc 25kg

SKU: 002pave

£29.95 Ex Vat

Paveroc 25kg

£29.95 Ex Vat


Paveroc is supplied as a ready to use blend of dry powders, which simply requires the addition of clean water to produce a highly consistent repair mortar.

A high performance reinstatement mortar for large areas of concrete pavements and floors, conforming to the requirements of BS EN 1504-3 Class R4.

This product is ideal for reinstating larger areas of concrete floors or pavements in an effort to avoid total replacement. It is an alkaline product, so it protects embedded steel reinforcements. It can be used both externally or internally. 

Benefits of this product

The advantages of Paveroc include:

- A fast strength gain which means it is usually suited for pedestrian traffic after just 12 hours - this cuts downtime significantly
- High strength and provides weather resistance and abrasion

It is supplied as one component, which is pre-bagged and just needs the addition of clean water. This product offers an excellent bond with a concrete substrate and is shrinkage compensated.

There are no chloride admixtures in this product.


  • It is supplied as a ready to use blend of dry powders which requires only the site addition of clean water to produce a highly consistent repair mortar.

This product offers good handling characteristics and requires very little water. It consists of a mix of Portland cements, chemical additives and graded aggregates. It has very good strength and offers long-term durability.

Paveroc is meant for horizontal use and can be applied up to maximum thicknesses of 100mm. Where thicker applications are needed, these can be built up in layers. The product should not be applied at thicknesses of less than 12mm and should not be used to cover surface areas that are greater than 18 square metres.

Before applying Paveroc, surfaces should be prepared thoroughly. This includes cutting edges of the repair area to a minimum depth of 12mm to offer a square edge and breaking out the entire area to the required depth. The surface should be cleaned and any dust or contaminating materials should be removed. If no breaking out is needed, the surface should be roughed by way of abrasive blasting or light scrabbling. Any corroded steel in the area should be exposed fully and scale and loose deposits removed. Steel should then be cleaned thoroughly, preferably by abrasive blasting.