Xypex Admixtures are a permeability reducing admixture, inorganic in nature and are characterised by crystallization reactivity.
Xypex Australia has answered questions commonly asked by Specifiers about its unique crystalline technology admixture.
Is the ‘sorptivity test’ the best test for concrete durability? Does Xypex give off an odour or provide any OH&S issues? How does Xypex compare with other admixtures in the market?
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Worldwide, there is increasing focus on the importance of Sustainable Construction, through the adoption of materials, products and practices that result in the more efficient use of finite natural resources, that incorporates planning for re-use or re-cycling, as well as for the lessening of a burden of maintenance upon future generations.
Over many decades, Xypex Australia in conjunction with our Canadian ‘parent’ organisation Xypex Chemical Corporation, has engaged with some of the world’s foremost, reputable and independent research organisations. With a primary focus on the many and complex issues of concrete durability, the concrete modifying effects of various Xypex treatments have been extensively investigated and reported upon.
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Jingslink Marketing Pte Ltd awarded Singapore 2010 Successful Entrepreneur
Jingslink Marketing Pte Ltd has been awarded the coveted 2010 Successful Entrepreneur, Platinum Catergory, in Singapore.Read More >
Xypex Megamix II used to shape and protect new fins of the Singapore Barrage gates
After 20 years of meticulous planning, design and construction, the $220+ million Marina Barrage has recently become operational, creating Singapore’s 15th reservoir out of the iconic Marina Bay.Read More >
New Xypex Admix C-1000 NF Dose Chart
Xypex Australia has released a new Xypex Admix C-1000 NF dose chart.Read More >
Xypex Admixture Specified to Protect Goulburn River Pumpstation
Xypex Admix C-1000NF has been successful in providing an impermeable solution to the concrete wall sections of the Goulburn River Pumpstation, which forms an integral part of the Sugarloaf Pipeline Project in Victoria.Read More >