Conmix 1011 is basically a normal water reducing admixture. It increases the workability / slump of concrete at same w/c ratio without any loss of strength. It is a chloride free admixture and readily disperses in water.

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Technical data
Appearance : Brown Liquid
Main Base : Ligno Sulphonate
pH : 7-8
Chloride Content : Nil
Sp. Density : 1.17 at room temperature
Shelf Life : 12 months in original packing

CONMIX 1011 can be used in all types of concrete depending upon the desired properties of strength and flowability. It can be used in various applications at different dosage rates per bag of cement. It is to be added to the gauging water( water to be mixed in concrete). It is suitable for use with all types of ordinary Portland cements and other pozzolonic materials such as PFA, GGBFS and silica fume.

For normal water reduced and flowing concrete 100-250ml dosage per bag of cement can be used. Additional air is entrained slightly with this admixture. Still the user should take field trials to evaluate the appropriate dosage according to his individual requirement. Overdosage should generally be avoided. It can give undesired results such as delay in setting time or segregation or reduction in strengths.

Precaution: It should not be added to dry cement. It should always be added to the gauging water or directly to the wet mix.


1. Normal water reducing of 7 to 12% is possible depending upon dosage.
2. Minimizes the risk of segregation & bleeding.
3. Easier placing, better compaction & finishing.
4. Certain amount of cement saving is possible at optimum dosage.


1. In production of reinforced concrete and precast concrete.
2. To achieve water reduction and better workability in normal strength concrete
3. In areas of congested reinforcement

Packing : 1,5,20,50 , 250 kgs

The information given is true to the best of our knowledge. They are offered in good faith but without guarantee as conditions and methods of use of all our products are beyond our control. Users are requested to determine the suitability of our material before adopting them on a commercial scale.