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Reprotec Renderlite
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Reprotec Renderlite



"Now anyone can be a master craftsman"  A remarkable renovation product for repairing damaged concrete on vertical or overhead surfaces.

Regular price Excl. VAT: £54.00 Incl. VAT: £64.80


Reprotec Renderlite is a solvent free Epoxy resin renovation system with specially graded lightweight fillers.

The mixed mortar has excellent application characteristics, allowing overhead and vertical repairs to be easily accomplished.

Reprotec Renderlite is used in conjunction with a separate primer Reprotec Tackprime. 

(1 x 2Kg Pack Tackprime will cover between 7  sq, metres and 14 sq, metres)

Reprotec Renderlite is supplied as a three pack material, pre-weighed to allow easy on-site mixing and use.

** Top Tip - Always mix the resins together first -- never, never try to mix all 3 components in one mix **

Reprotec Renderlite provides a strong durable, weatherproof repair for concrete, brickwork, stonework and steel substrates.

View/print the technical datasheet and safety sheet below:

Technical Datasheet Base - MSDS Sheet Curing Agent - MSDS Sheet Filler - MSDS Sheet


Typical Properties

  • Colour: Light grey
  • Density: 1175kg/m³
  • Pot Life: 50minutes @ 20°C
  • Compressive Strength: 45 MPa
  • Tensile Strength: 8 MPa
  • Chemical resistance: Excellent resistance to 25% hydrochloric acid, 20% sulphuric acid, 10% citric acid, 40% sodium hydroxide, diesel and petrol. Very good resistance to 10% lactic acid, 20% phosphoric acid, Good resistance to many common industrial chemicals


Reprotec Renderlite is supplied in 5kg packs


A 5kg pack yields 4.25litres of mortar, sufficient for 0.42m² @ 10mm thick.

Reprotec Renderlite shall be applied strictly in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.

Please print off and refer to the mixing and application instructions below.

** Top Tip - Always mix the resins together first -- never, never try to mix all 3 components in one mix **