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Cemprotec Flex-Tape

Multi-directional Reinforcing Tape for Cracks & Joints Overview Cemprotec Flex-Tape is a woven polyamide tape designed for the reinforcing Flexcrete’s range of decorative protective coatings over cracks, joints and gaps. Advantages Unique composition specially designed for use with Flexcrete membranes. Will accommodate thermal and structural movement in widely varying conditions. Easily cut to any length to reinforce a… Read more


Primer to Seal & Stabilise Substrates Overview Flexcrete’s Bond-Prime is a single component, water based, epoxy modified polymeric primer for sealing and stabilising substrates prior to the application of the specialist decorative and protective membranes in the Flexcrete range. Substrates to be treated include: Concrete Mortars and Renders Masonry Polyurethane Foam Phenolic Board Existing paints Plaster… Read more

Roofdex HB

High Performance Liquid Roofing System Overview Roofdex HB is a waterborne, high build, elastomeric, cold fluid applied liquid roofing membrane system which incorporates unique in-film protectant technology. Designed for the weatherproof protection of both flat and pitched roofs, it is especially suited for use in hot, humid, tropical climates due to its ability to reflect sunlight… Read more

Biodex HB

Water-based Elastomeric Anti-Bacterial & Antimicrobial Coating Biodex HB Overview Biodex HB is a highly elastomeric, high build hygiene coating for use in the most demanding service conditions. Inherently tough and permanently flexible, it is the ideal choice where substrate movement is anticipated, or where it is appropriate to impart additional tensile strength with overall reinforcement. Producing… Read more

Biodex Wash

Powerful Surface Treatment for use Prior to the Application of Primers, Coatings and Repair Mortars in the Flexcrete Range (HSE No. 9351) Biodex Wash Overview Flexcrete’s Biodex Wash is designed to kill active mould, fungal and bacterial spores and organisms such as moss, lichen and algae, prior to the application of primers, coatings and repair mortars… Read more

Cure-Seal WB

Water Based Curing Compound & Clear Sealer (BBA) Overview Cure-Seal WB is a non-degrading acrylic resin sealer which forms a clear, elastic, durable matrix on the surface of cementitious substrates. When used as a curing membrane on Flexcrete mortars and coatings, it conforms to the requirements for water retention given in ASTM C309. It can… Read more

Cemprotec GFM

Advanced Glass Fibre Reinforcement Matting System Overview Cemprotec GFM is an advanced glass fibre reinforcement matting system used in conjunction with Flexcrete membranes to greatly increase additional tensile strength and tear resistance. Its special design provides fast wetting out properties and ease of moulding around the most complex roof details to produce a fully armoured,… Read more

Cemprotec MCI® 2020

Surface Applied Corrosion Inhibitor Overview Cemprotec MCI® 2020 is a surface-applied corrosion inhibitor formulated to migrate through concrete on existing structures to seek out and help to protect the steel reinforcement. It should be used as part of the Flexcrete Concrete Repair and Protection System on reinforced concrete structures where additional protection is required, particularly… Read more


Class R1 Fine Grade Fairing Coat Overview Monorub is a Class R1 fine grade polymer modified mortar for filling blow holes and minor surface defects to produce a fine formed finish. It is available in Grey and White versions to enable colour matching with the parent concrete. Monorub is a single component, polymer modified cementitious mortar for… Read more

Monolevel FC

Class R2 Fairing Coat (EN1504-3) Overview Monolevel FC is an engineering quality fairing coat for filling minor blow holes and defects, and for repairing surface imperfections. Monolevel FC can be used in thin screed applications to level both vertical and horizontal concrete surfaces and to reinstate cover while providing a fair faced anti-carbonation finish. Monolevel FC is a single… Read more


Class R3 General Purpose Structural Repair Mortar (EN1504-3, DWI 31, BBA, WRAS) Overview Monomix is a low density, high strength, shrinkage compensated, waterproof mortar for the structural repair, rendering and profiling of vertical, horizontal and overhead surfaces. Monomix is a single component cementitious repair mortar which incorporates the most advanced cement chemistry, microsilica, fibre and styrene acrylic copolymer… Read more


Class R2 Lightweight Concrete Repair Mortar (EN1504-3) Overview Monolite is a lightweight, high build, shrinkage compensated, polymer modified mortar for the repair, rendering and profiling of concrete, brick or stone substrates. Monolite is a single component cementitious mortar which incorporates the most advanced cement chemistry, microsilica, fibre and styrene acrylic copolymer technology. This results in a rapid… Read more

14 Results in Projects

Enhancing the Façade of a Grade II Listed Residential Property in London

Reconstruction and coating of the building façade Background No. 6 Talbot Square is a multi-storey terraced residential property which, collectively, is valued at over £4 million. It comprises a number of apartments and is Grade II listed, dating back to the Victorian era. The property overlooks Talbot Square, an elegant garden square which is located… Read more

Repairs to Concrete Stairways inside Boardman House in Norwich

Restoration and Repair to Concrete Stairways Background Boardman House is a landmark grade II listed Victorian building located in the centre of Norwich. The neo-classical building was originally constructed as a Sunday School in 1879 by renowned Norwich architect Edward Boardman. In 2014, the Norwich University of the Arts (NUA) purchased Boardman House and an… Read more

Concrete Repair to Prestigious Venetian Bridge

Concrete Repair & Protection for Venetian Bridge, Lakeside Retaining Wall, Balustrading & Copings Background King’s Gardens is a historic 17-acre garden and park located on Southport’s promenade. A busy tourist attraction all year round, King’s Gardens was first developed in 1887 to provide a recreational area for residents and visitors to Southport. The gardens, which comprise… Read more

Reinstatement of Waterproofing Protection at Grade II Listed Mansion

Waterproofing & Protection of the Parapet & Balustrade Areas Background Originally built in 1723, Sunbury Court is a Grade II* listed Georgian mansion overlooking the River Thames some 14 miles away from London. It was once a Royal Palace and ownership passed from one notable family to another, finally entering the possession of General Bramwell Booth who… Read more

Protecting Car Park Floors in Helsinki with Cemprotec E-Floor

Waterproof, hard-wearing protection for car park decking. Background Parliament House is the seat of the Parliament of Finland and has been the impressive setting for many of the nation’s key political events. Located on Arcadia Hill in the Finnish capital of Helsinki, the exterior of the striking building is composed of red granite and the… Read more

Waterproofing of Brickwork at Bolton School in Lancashire

Waterproofing of brickwork to provide a full tanking system. Background With almost 2,400 pupils, Bolton School is one of the largest independent day schools in the country. It also counts as one of the oldest schools in Lancashire, with a history stretching back 500 years. Set in 32 acres of impressive grounds, Bolton School provides… Read more

Cosmetic Repair Mortar Restores Historic Building

Repair of 19,000 Terracotta Bricks on Building Faҫade Background The historic Central Plaza building in China was constructed in Shanghai’s French district in 1907. Its first use was as a secondary school and it remained an educational building until the Cultural Revolution. After this time it was used as housing but over time, it fell… Read more

Concrete Repair & Corrosion Protection for Landmark Grade II Listed Building

Repairs to Soffits of Concrete Floors & Corrosion Protection of Cast Iron Support Structure Background The Old Liverpool Royal Infirmary, a landmark, Grade II listed building close to the City, opened in 1890 and still retains many of its original features making it popular for the filming of Victorian hospital dramas. It closed in 1978 and… Read more

Basement Waterproofing and Repair at the Royal Hall

Repair and waterproofing of basement walls and soffits and internal rendering. Background This Grade II* listed building which was the creation of Britain’s greatest theatre designer, Frank Matcham and his architect Robert Beale, was completed in 1903. The building’s design was derived from the great ballrooms and music pavilions of Imperial Europe allied with the… Read more

Monolite Chosen for the Reinstatement of Brick Tunnel Lining

Reinstatement of 5000m² of brick tunnel lining on Brunel’s rail tunnel. Background Designed by Marc Brunel (father of the much celebrated Isambard Kingdom Brunel who nearly lost his life in the construction) and opened for use in 1843, the 365 metre long rail tunnel under the River Thames was the first of its kind. It… Read more

Concrete Waterproofing and Protection of Historic Bridge

Waterproofing and freeze-thaw protection of mass concrete counterweights on historic bridge. Background Since its construction in 1922, Connecticut Dept. of Transport has carefully maintained the Route 1 Mystic River Bridge which links the townships of Groton and Stonington. Over the decades, the repeated cycling of freezing and thawing during the wintertime, and the effects of… Read more

Structural Repair & Protection of Strategic Coastal Defence Structure

Comprehensive Repair & Protection for Stairways, Lintels & Command Post Roof Background The Heugh Gun Battery dates back to Napoleonic time, with the current structure completed in 1860, and had its name cast into the history of the Great War by defending Hartlepool and the UK mainland from the East Coast Bombardment on 16 December 1914…. Read more

Concrete Repairs and Waterproof Protection for Ornamental Fountain

Concrete repairs to ornamental fountain to prevent water loss due to deterioration and crack formation (200m²). All over waterproof coating. Background Culzean Castle, one of Robert Adam’s finest creations, is a major attraction on the Ayrshire coast in Scotland. Maintained by The National Trust for Scotland, the fine gardens include an ornamental stone fountain set… Read more

1 Results in News

Marina Theatre Repaired and Rejuvenated

Rejuvenation The Marina was actually first a skating rink before it was converted into a theatre in 1878 and subsequently a cinema in 1930. In 2011, the building management was handed over to the newly formed charitable Marina Theatre Trust. The summer of 2012 saw a major refurbishment and renovation with capacity increased to 800… Read more