Quick Drill 45

Product description

The Fescon Quick Drill concept is a new system for accelerating borehole concreting (grouting) in ore prospecting. The system consists of fast-setting concrete, Ciment Fondu Lafarge, and a Quick Drill additive package, by means of which the characteristics of the cement paste can be adjusted.


A system speeding up borehole concreting (grouting) in ore prospecting.

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EAN code Product name Product number Package size
6416841631800 QUICK DRILL 45 2,5 L 63180 2.5 l
6416841631800 QUICK DRILL 45 20 L 53380 20 l


The product must be carefully mixed before use. One 0.25 l measure of the QD-45 additive, added in an amount of  Ciment Fondu Lafarge cement contained in one 25 kg bag, provides a working time of appr. 45 minutes for the grouting paste. After this, the grouting concrete cures fast. Boring can be commenced after approximately two hours from mixing water in the cement. The additive is an acidic mixture, so rubber gloves, respiratory protectors, and eye protectors need to be worn. At the mixing stage, it is important for the additive to mix evenly in the cement. If the dry matters are mixed first, the cement is poured in the mixer followed by slowly adding the additive in the rotating mixer. The mixture is mixed dry for a while before water is added. Alternatively, the additive can also be mixed in the mixing water before the cement is added in the water. Allow the additive to dissolve for approximately 3 minutes. To avoid segmentation of the grouting paste, the finished paste should not be left standing for a long time without mixing. 

Waste handling

Hardened product and empty, dry packages can be delivered to a landfill. A liquid product must be delivered to a hazardous waste reception point.

Technical information

Material usage

2.5 l of additive / 250 kg of cement

Water requirement 10 l / 25 kg
Package size 2,5 l and 20 l

In a dry place.


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The information is based on tests and practical experience. We cannot affect conditions at the work site so we cannot assume responsibility for the end result affected by local conditions.


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