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High Range Water Reducing Admixture

PLASTOL 6400 is a polycarboxylate based high range water-reducing admixture which enables concrete to be produced with very low water to cement ratios.  PLASTOL 6400 produces flowable and self-consolidating concrete at low doses and can obtain up to 45% water reduction.  PLASTOL 6400 does not contain added chlorides and will not promote corrosion in steel.  PLASTOL 6400 is compatible with air-entraining agents, microsilica, accelerators and many other admixtures; however, each material should be added to the concrete separately.

Features & Benefits

  • Produces low water content and low water/cement ratio concrete allowing higher strengths
  • Produces flowing concrete with quicker stripping strengths
  • Aids in concrete placement and reduces labor costs
  • When used in precast work with Type I and Type III cements, PLASTOL 6400 will produce very high early strengths
  • Improved air stability characteristics

Applications

  • High performance concrete
  • Negative slump concrete
  • Heavily reinforced concrete
  • Flatwork and mass concrete
  • High early strength applications
  • Precast/pre-stressed concrete
  • High slump, flowable concrete

Specifications / Compliances

  • ASTM C 494, Type A and Type F
  • AASHTO M 194
  • ANSI/NSF STD 61

Packaging

PLASTOL 6400 is packaged in bulk, 275 gal (1041 L) totes, 55 gal (208 L) drums and 5 gal (18.9 L) pails.