EH 181 is an auxiliary injecting substance (EN 934-4:T2) which we before supplied under the name Tricosal 181 and which can beapplied to manufacture a high-quality injecting mortar. Because the characteristic substances of the normal auxiliary injecting substance have been improved in quality, EH 181 has more favourable passage speeds and greater strengths and it prevents bleeding and reduces the need for water
During manufacturing only high-quality aggregates are used, which meet the strictest requirements. During the production process as well as during the final stages these materials are extensively tested for quality, not only in our own laboratory, but also in independent acknowledged institutes.
|Packaging and storage
|Jars containing 0.5 kg, packed in boxes of 25 kg or per 25 kg bags and 750 kg per pallet – Dry and frostproof, storage life 24 months in the original and closed packaging.
|Refer to safety sheets.
|The effect of Tricosal grout admixtures depends on various factors, such as local circumstances (weather, atmospheric humidity etc.); quality, brand, type and age of the cement applied; water-cement ratio; temperature of the mortar etc. The setting time may vary slightly, depending on the circumstances mentioned above. In general the processing time enables filling very long channels for prestressing steel completely, while injecting afterwards does not pose any problems either. The quantity allowed amounts to 20 g per kg cement at the maximum, 10 g per kg cement is recommended.””
|Directions for use
|EH 181 can only be mixed with a portland cement according NEN 3550 and a minimum strenth class of 32.5.
The in jection grout must be mixed mechanicly with a suitable mixer.
All substances must be carefully added according to their weight and should, as a rule, be added in the order of water-cement-grout admixture.
It is recommended to add the grout admixture after the cement lime has been pre-mixed for 2 minutes.Mixing should be finished after 4 minutes at the latest.
If the grout is mixed to long, it is possible that under higher temperatures the grout may stiffen in the mixer.
To prevent segregation of the grout and the formation of clusters, it must be constanly mixed in the storage container.
|homogeneous (tested acc to DIN V 20000-101,annex A)
|EH (auxiliary injecting substance)
|Maximum dosage allowed [g/kg]1
|Recommended amount [g/kg]1
|(overdose and cool weather conditions cause delayed hardening)
|Allowed for prestressed concrete
|DIN 4227 deel 5
|(suitability test for application is recommended)
|may irritate skin and eyes ; see MSDS
|Bulk density (kg/dm³)
|Chloride content [%]
|< 0.01 (negligible)
|pH at dosage of 3%
|Download: SD25941 - 181 (EH) - Deys - GB
|Certificates: EN 934-4
|Download: DoP_EH 181Deys EN 934_4_DEYS-1973-01-EN
The technical instructions and recommendations we provide on the basis of our experience and to the best of our knowledge, are entirely without obligation and merely provide an indication. Not all facts, problems and queries that occur during practical application can be included in a general documentation sheet. Our recommendations and instructions do not commit us to any legal obligations as a result of the purchase and application of our products. Any deviating agreements made by our employees that are not included in our datasheets will only be lawful providing they have been confirmed in writing by the management. Our raw materials, semi-finished products and products comply with the most stringent quality standards. This does not relieve the user of their responsibility to test our products prior to their application. Our general trading and delivery conditions, which we are happy to forward to you on demand, are and remain applicable at all times.
This specification sheet supersedes any previous versions.