Concrete protection and repair systems

INDASTRO Profscreen RC20

INDASTRO Profscreen RC20

INDASTRO Profscreen RC20

The Profscreen RC20 thixotropic-type repair compound is used for non-structural concrete remedial work.
Technological and easy to use
Creates a barrier at the pressure of water on a concrete structure
Protection against the effects of aggressive media


Profscreen RC20 repair compound is a ready-to-use dry mix manufactured on the basis of Portland cement, graded sand, and modifying additives. Mixing with water creates a thixotropic solution for manual or mechanized application. This solution is suitable for use on vertical and overhead surfaces.

This product is environmentally friendly and does not contain any harmful impurities that have a negative impact on human health. Fully compliant with sanitary-hygienic standards that are valid in the territory of the Russian Federation.

The product is manufactured from environmentally compatible raw materials in compliance with the technical specifications of the manufacturer.


  • Class R2 compliant
  • High strength and low shrinkage
  • Applicability in a thin layer (from 3 mm)
  • Fitness for conversion of corners and edges without the use of formwork
  • Application with the use of the manual method

Scope of application

Profscreen RC 20 repair compound is used to restore the geometry of the following types of concrete structures:

  • building facades
  • edges and corners of balconies
  • inner walls of recessed windows
  • repair of vertical and horizontal areas and ceilings
  • stairs

Technical characteristics

Grade strength, MPa, on day 28 ≥20
Bending strength, MPa, on day 28 5
Gripping power, MPa, on day 28 0,8
Recommended layer thickness, mm 3-40 (ceilings: 30)
Application life, min 60
Material consumption at a layer of 1 mm, kg/m² 1,5
Water consumption, l/kg 0,15-0,16
Resistance to freezing and thawing, cycles 300
Work implementation temperature, °C +5….+30

Brief instructions for the implementation of remedial work

Substrate preparation

The substrate must be stiff, clean, and capable of bearing the load. Particularly dense and smooth substrates that are not capable of bearing the load of the layers (e.g., dirt, old coatings, film-forming material, water-repellent materials, or cement grout) as well as damaged concrete surfaces must be pre-treated with the use of sandblasting or water jetting. The substrate must be rough, i.e., the filler must be clearly visible. The preliminarily treated substrate must be dampened for 24 hours. The surface must be damp, but it is necessary to avoid creating puddles. It is necessary to remove all the corrosion products from the concrete substrate as well as from the steel reinforcement bars with the use of a sandblasting unit. For long-term protection of reinforcement against corrosion, it is necessary to apply Profscreen LC2.5 anticorrosion compound. In order to improve the adhesion, we recommend applying a primer layer made of Profscreen LC2.5 anti-corrosion or repair compound or RC20. To do this, the materials are mixed with water to a plastic consistency and applied to a slightly damp substrate with the use of a brush. At the same time, it is necessary to prevent drying the priming layer.

Mortar preparation

In order to prepare the mortar, the contents of the bag must be poured into a tank with clean water at a rate of 3.75-4 liters of water per 25-kg bag while constantly mixing until a homogeneous mass is obtained. The mortar must be mixed with the use of an industrial-grade mixer. The use of gravity-type mixers for mixing as well as manual mixing are not recommended. The entire bag with the material must be used for mixing. The mortar must be set aside to cure for 3-5 minutes and then re-mixed. Then, the mortar is ready for use. The material must be used within 60 minutes. In case of increased viscosity of the mortar in the tank (within the life time of the mortar), it is necessary to remix the mortar without adding water. Do not exceed the required value for the volume of water!!! Only clean capacities, tools, and water must be used for the preparation of the mortar.


In the course of implementation of the work, it is necessary first to apply a thin contact layer onto the prepared and slightly damp substrate and then to apply the mortar with a thickness in a range from 3 mm to 40 mm.