MasterLife: Durability enhancing concrete admixtures
How does MasterLife work?
MasterLife concrete admixtures impart a wide range of properties provide resistance to concrete deterioration caused by abrasion, corrosion of steel, alkali silica reaction, sulfate attack, and drying shrinkage cracking.
What makes MasterLife a unique solution for concrete durability?
Depending on the specific product selected, the MasterLife brand of solutions provides just the right performance in concrete for mitigating deterioration caused by the aggressive exposure conditions. The result is a more durable concrete mixture with increased service life potential. One specific solution is extending joint spacing in a concrete slab. The MasterLife SRA and MasterLife CRA technologies are integral to extended joint spacing solutions, in combination with MasterFiber macrofibers and MasterGlenium high-range water-reducing admixtures.
An integral crystalline capillary waterproofing admixture for concrete; designed for use in above- and below-grade applications
MasterLife AMA 100
An EPA-registered liquid, integral concrete admixture for the prevention of microbial-induced corrosion
MasterLife CRA 007
Admixture formulated to reduce the magnitude of drying shrinkage and minimize the potential for cracking
MasterLife SRA 035
Shrinkage-reducing admixture reduces the potential for eventual cracking
MasterLife ASR 30
(Formerly: ASRx 30 LN) - Lithium based admixture to inhibit and control Alkali-Silica Reactivity in concrete with reactive aggregates
MasterLife CI 222
(Formerly: Rheocrete 222+) - Patented state-of-the-art corrosion-inhibiting admixture to inhibit corrosion in reinforced concrete
MasterLife CI 30
(Formerly: Rheocrete CNI) - Calcium nitrite based corrosion inhibiting admixture used for reinforced concrete
MasterLife SF 100
(Formerly: Rheomac SF 100) - Silica fume mineral admixture; maximizes concrete service life; superior resistance to environmental attack
MasterLife SRA 20
Shrinkage-reducing admixture, developed to reduce drying shrinkage of concrete and mortar, and the potential for subsequent cracking