Supercizer PCE

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Fritz-Pak Supercizer PCE is a dry powdered polycarboxylate superplasticizer, packaged in a patented, ready-to-use, water-soluble bag.  It is designed to give the greatest possible water reduction using the most modern chemistry available today.

When used as a high range water reducer, Supercizer PCE will reduce water requirements up to 40% and increase concrete compressive strength at all ages, reduce permeability, and increase durability. When used to increase slump, typically 1 bag per yard of concrete will increase slump by 6-8 inches.

This product is recommended for all types of concrete where improved concrete performance with a lower water-cement ratio, ultra-high early strengths, and improved slump characteristics are desired. It is free of calcium chloride, nitrates, nitrites, or other potentially corrosive materials and is compatible with all standard concrete admixtures.

 

Item#DescriptionBags/CaseBags/PalletCases/Pallet
971901 lb. water soluble bag3035
9719150 lb. paper bag40
  • Based on the latest chemistry for superplasticizing concrete
  • Excellent for Precast/Prestressed Concrete
  • Steam curing may be reduced or eliminated
  • Up to 40% water reduction
  • Improves concrete workability
  • Higher strengths may be achieved more economically
  • Improves cohesiveness and reduces concrete segregation
  • Easily adaptable to fast track paving applications
  • Beneficial in all types of high strength concrete applications
  • Allows concrete placement in difficult access or heavily reinforced areas
  • Produces concrete with lower permeability
  • Concrete achieves higher durability
  • Reduced shrinkage cracks and creep
  • Higher flexural strength
  • Type I cement may be substituted for Type III cement
  • No need for admixture dispensers because Supercizer PCE is packaged in a patented water-soluble Fritz-Pak inner bag for convenient use at the plant or job site

Compatibility

Supercizer PCE is compatible with all air-entraining admixtures, calcium chloride and other admixtures. When used with other admixtures, each one must be dispensed separately into the mix.