MasterRoc MP 320 – Solvent-free, low viscosity, hydrophilic grout for rock injection and consolidation of sandy and silty strata

How does MasterRoc MP 320 work?

MasterRoc MP 320 is a one-component injection system for the following applications:

  • Pre-injection grouting for underground application
  • Post injection
  • Ground improvement
  • Water ingress reduction
  • Slope stabilization

Due to the hydrophilic nature of the product, the adhesion is also good on wet surfaces, and the non-foaming product contains neither solvents nor toxic components.

What are the unique features of MasterRoc MP 320?

  • Very low viscosity
  • Good bonding to wet surfaces
  • No environmental impact

How does MasterRoc MP 320 benefit customers?

  • As the product is non-aggressive, it provides improved working safety
  • Controlled gel time with the use of an accelerator
  • Simple mixing and pumping equipment as used with cementitious grouts can be used

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Multi-component rheoplastic additive used in cement-based grouts to reduce the mixing water requirements

MasterRoc MP 355 1K

One component polyurethane injection foam which only reacts when in contact with humidity or water

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Foaming agent specially designed for soil conditioning in shielded tunnel boring machines

MasterRoc TCC 735

Chloride-free, multi-purpose liquid admixture which enhances the quality of sprayed concrete

MasterRoc TCC 780

Highly effective pumping aid that makes the concrete thixotropic and easy to pump, eliminating the risk of segregation

MasterRoc MP 320

One-component injection system for pre-injection grouting for underground application and etc.

Downloads

Injection brochure (global version dated Aug 2013)

pdf (2.91 Mb)

MasterRoc FLC: Technical Data Sheet (ref.: M’Roc FLC/01/0313)

pdf (210.18 Kb)

MasterRoc MP 320: Technical Data Sheet (Global UGC version)

pdf (43.27 Kb)

MasterRoc MP 355 1K: Technical Data Sheet (Global UGC version)

pdf (37.82 Kb)

MasterRoc MP 355: Technical Data Sheet (Global UGC version)

pdf (131.06 Kb)