​MasterGlenium - High-range water-reducing concrete admixtures

How do MasterGlenium high-range water-reducing admixtures work?

The MasterGlenium product offering from BASF comprises new generation high-range water-reducing admixtures that are specially formulated for applications where slump retention, high/early strengths and durability are required. Concrete mixtures containing these premier products can be optimized for delivery in remote locations and for use in hot and cold climates.

What makes MasterGlenium a unique solution for concrete production?

The unrivalled technology and versatility of the MasterGlenium product portfolio excels in high performance areas such as high strength concrete, pumpability, self-consolidating concrete, low permeability, low water absorption concrete and low shrinkage applications. Its technology provides excellent concrete performance in both the fresh and hardened states with appealing surface appearances.

Based on the latest generation of polymer technology, the MasterGlenium admixture portfolio is made up of many customized and tailored molecules. This wide-range of solutions provides an unmatched space for producers to meet performance and placement challenges.

Having the right admixture partner is vital for success.

MasterGlenium Products 

MasterGlenium 118

A polycarboxylic ether based superplasticizer for the production of high quality ready-mix concrete

​MasterGlenium 3889

Polycarboxylic ether based superplasticizer for the production of high quality ready-mix concrete with exceptional workability retention.

​MasterGlenium 3979

Polycarboxylic Ether based superplasticizer for the production of high quality calcium sulphate screeds

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