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    MasterLife - Durability enhancing concrete admixtures

    How does MasterLife work?

    The MasterLife product family of admixtures impart a wide range of properties into concrete that provide resistance to deterioration caused by abrasion, corrosion of steel, alkali silica reaction, sulfate attack, and drying shrinkage cracking.

    What makes MasterLife a unique solution?

    Depending on the specific product selected, the MasterLife brand of solutions provides just the right performance in concrete for mitigating deterioration caused by the aggressive exposure conditions. The result is a more durable concrete mix with increased service life potential.

    Having the right admixture partner is vital for success.

    The MasterLife product family comes with the Master Builders Solutions technical support team​. By listening to our customers and working closely with them we are able to introduce new and exciting products and develop specific solutions for the most efficient and cost-effective concrete production.

    MasterLife Products

    MasterLife SRA 50

    Expanding plasticising admixture for cement, grout and concrete

    MasterLife WP 3760

    Crystalline waterproofing admixture for concrete & mortars

    MasterLife WP 707M

    Low dosage, liquid, integral waterproofer

    MasterLife WP 730

    Hydrophobic pore-blocking ingredient for watertight concrete

    MasterLife CI 222

    Organic corrosion inhibiting admixture

    MasterLife SF 100

    MasterLife SF 100 - Silica fume mineral admixture

    Info & price request

    Address: Cairo Festival City, Building A1 Business District, 1st Floor 11835 Cairo, Egypt​

    Hotline Phone: 15560​


    Brochure- Admixture Systems-EG.pdf

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    Brochure- MasterLife - solutions for durable concrete-EG.pdf

    pdf (5,52 Mb)