Coloured epoxy resin mortar for repairing holes in the cold
Concrex® Colours Cold Set has the same features as the traditional Concrex® with the added benefit the ability to cure in low temperatures and a variety of colours to choose from. Ideal for winter use and cold room conditions. Compared with other repair mortars this formulation is particularly rich in epoxy resin. This provides superior strength and adhesion, making it ideal for very thin section, feather edge or intricate repairs.
|Properties||Impervious and non-dusting, chemical resistant and anti-slip, virtually indestructible, may be feather-edged.|
|Suitable for||Concrete, sand & cement and metal.|
|Finish||Smooth, impervious surface.|
|Interior or Exterior||Interior and exterior|
|Primer required||Yes, Watco Tack Coat is recommended.|
|Composition||Finely graded sand pre-blended with resin. 10kg contains 1 tin of coloured curing agent, and a 25kg includes 2 tins of coloured curing agent.|
|Coverage||10kg: 1.2m² at 5mm thick. 25kg: 3m² at 5mm thick.|
|Application tools||Steel float or trowel.|
|Curing time||24 hours for light traffic, 48 hours for heavy traffic at 0°C. 6 hours for light traffic, 8 hours for heavy traffic at 10°C.|
|Minimum application temperature||0°C|
|Maximum application temperature||Watco Concrex colours should not be subjected to temperatures above 60°C|
|Pot life||Up to 30 minutes.|
|Storage||Between 10°C - 30°C. Do not allow to freeze.|
|Shelf life||12 months in unopened container.|
|Depth (mm)||Up to 50mm for hole filling only. Do not use at more than 15mm for screeding. Instead use Watco Concrex Deep Fill finishing with a 5mm layer of Concrex Colours.|
|Principle limitations||Do not apply to wet surfaces.Do not apply thicker than 50mm in one layer.|
|Cleaning tools||Use white spirit before concrex colours cures.|
Surfaces to be treated must be clean, dry and free of friable material, a wire brush or sweep is usually sufficient. Watco Bio-D degreaser can be used if there are spots of oil or grease.
Each bucket contains Concrex powder and bottles of hardener. Mix the two components with a trowel until you achieve a uniform grey colour, you can complete the mixing by using your gloved hands. For large quantities, it is advisable to use a mixer.