1. Pouring concrete in the temperatures down in -5°C, that is frost-resistant and watertight, crack-free, resistant to chlorinated water, and with pressure resistance at least 10 % greater than normal.

  2. Pouring concrete in the summer, that is watertight, crack-free, corrosion-free, resistant to chlorinated water and salt water, with a delay before the start of the binding, and with pressure resistance at 10 % greater than normal.

  3. Concreting wet or clayish surfaces, of which the concrete has the same properties as that mentioned above.

  4. Cementing or plastering, for cellars, nuclear shelters, swimming pools, locks, water towers, water tanks, wells, fish ponds, septic tanks , underground garages, balconies, etcetera... All kind of constructions that must meet the following requirements: watertight, strong adherence, very good handing, corrosion-free, mould-resistant, resistant to chlorinated water and salt water, with no toxic substances ( no contamination of drinking water or fish ponds ). Can be painted afterwards.

  5. Laying a cement or covering floor, that is crack-free, corrosion-free, dust-free, with guaranteed strong adherence to the concrete layer that can soon be walked on or covered, and with pressure resistance at least 10 % greater than normal.

  6. Pointing of walls or floors, floors with 100 % adherence guaranteed, watertight and mould-resistant, resistant to chlorinated water, salt water, lactic acids and great temperature differences. ( 1 bag of 50gr in max 1 liter water ).

  7. Existing cement work or plaster, that is water -permeable ( cellars, tanks, etcetera... ) is smoothed with a cement mixture that guarantees permanent adherence, is watertight, mould-resistant , as hard as steel, and can be painted afterwards.

  8. Moisture-permeable façades, that must be made watertight, without coloring while the wall is still wet. Can be wallpapered or painted shortly afterwards.