Case study of Bipolar Corrosion Inhibiting Admixture

The project & problem:

Sunanda Global, a pioneering construction solutions provider, played a vital role in restoring and retrofitting diverse structures by employing its cutting-edge bipolar concrete corrosion inhibiting admixture.

In structural engineering, safeguarding against corrosion is paramount, particularly in projects where longevity and resilience are essential.

This case study explores how Sunanda Global’s admixture was instrumental in fortifying structures across various projects, including Godfrey Phillips India Ltd in Baramati, Wagh Mandir in Morvi Gujarat, Henkel CAC in Turbhe Navi Mumbai, Camlin in Taloja Navi Mumbai, and Bohler in Khopoli.

Godfrey Phillips India Ltd – Baramati:

In Baramati, Godfrey Phillips India Ltd sought to fortify its infrastructure against the corrosive forces often accompanying diverse environmental conditions.

Sunanda Global’s bipolar concrete penetrating corrosion inhibiting admixture emerged as the optimal solution.

Incorporating this environmentally friendly admixture during the concrete mix design for the foundation proved to be a strategic choice.

The admixture’s simultaneous cathodic and anodic protection of steel ensured a robust shield against corrosion, aligning seamlessly with Godfrey Phillips India Ltd’s commitment to durability and sustainability.

Wagh Mandir – Morvi Gujarat:

The Wagh Mandir in Morvi Gujarat, with its 100-year-old load-bearing stone masonry, posed a unique challenge in terms of restoration.

Sunanda Global’s bipolar concrete penetrating corrosion inhibiting admixture, with its high penetrating power and compatibility with historical structures, was the ideal choice.

The admixture, added during the mixing of cement, sand, and aggregates, formed a uni-molecular protective layer on the steel surface, offering comprehensive protection against corrosion induced by chloride ions and concrete carbonation.

This ensured the preservation of the architectural and cultural heritage embodied by Wagh Mandir.

Henkel CAC – Turbhe Navi Mumbai:

Operating in the bustling industrial landscape of Turbhe Navi Mumbai, Henkel CAC recognized the need for advanced corrosion protection in its structures.

Sunanda Global’s bipolar concrete penetrating corrosion inhibiting admixture proved to be a game-changer. Its effectiveness in high chloride levels, coupled with its eco-friendly and non-toxic properties, aligned perfectly with Henkel CAC’s commitment to responsible and sustainable construction practices.

The admixture, seamlessly integrated into the concrete mix, contributed to the longevity and resilience of the structures in this dynamic industrial setting.

Camlin – Taloja Navi Mumbai:

Kokuyo Camlin Ltd., based in Taloja Navi Mumbai, entrusted Sunanda Global’s bipolar concrete penetrating corrosion inhibiting admixture to fortify its manufacturing facilities.

The admixture, added to the batch water during the mixing process, showcased its compatibility with other admixtures, ensuring a cohesive and effective construction solution.

Camlin’s commitment to quality and innovation found resonance in the admixture’s ability to provide simultaneous cathodic and anodic protection, creating a robust shield against corrosion in the challenging industrial environment.

Bohler – Khopoli:

BÖHLER India, a key player in the global tool steel industry, with one of its manufacturing plants in Khopoli, Mumbai, faced the challenge of ensuring the longevity and reliability of its specialized tools and materials.

Sunanda Global’s bipolar concrete penetrating corrosion inhibiting admixture, with its extensive range of applications, proved invaluable.

Whether in the production of tools, offshore oil production, or aircraft manufacturing, the admixture’s high alkalinity and corrosion inhibition properties offered unparalleled protection to steel structures, aligning seamlessly with Bohler’s commitment to excellence.


In conclusion, the strategic use of Sunanda Global’s bipolar concrete penetrating corrosion inhibiting admixture has been instrumental in transforming the landscape of structural restoration and retrofitting.

Across diverse projects, from the industrial settings of Henkel CAC in Turbhe Navi Mumbai to the cultural heritage preservation at Wagh Mandir in Morvi Gujarat, the admixture has consistently delivered unparalleled performance.

Its eco-friendly nature, high alkalinity, and compatibility with various construction scenarios make it a versatile and indispensable solution for the challenges posed by corrosion.

Sunanda Global’s commitment to innovation and sustainability through its admixture remains at the forefront as the construction industry continues to evolve, ensuring structures stand the test of time.