For repairing broken expansion joints quickly and easily. A polyaspartic mortar.
This tough, flexible filler means what is usually a two stage job is now just one simple process.
Most traditional flexible filler applications require two steps - reforming joint edges with mortar, and then filling the joint with expansion materials. Watco Flexible Joint Repair eliminates the need to reform joint edges, making the process one simple step rather than two.
|Properties||Flexible to cope with movement, hard surface for areas of heavy traffic and high use|
|Finish||Grey - satin|
|Interior or Exterior||Exterior, Interior|
|Composition||2 part polyaspartic and aggregate blend|
|Coverage||Approximately 12.5 x 20mm wide x 10mm deep joint per 2.5L|
|Application tools||Trowel and masking tape|
|Application||Trowel into the joint|
|Curing time (at 20°C)||8 hours|
|Minimum application temperature||0°C|
|Maximum application temperature||30°C|
|Pot life||Up to 45 minutes at 15-20°C|
|Storage||Between 10°C - 30°C|
Rake out loose material from the floor joint. The joint sides should be clean and dry. Remove any grease or oil using Watco Concroff and allow to dry.
It is important to mix the 3 components thoroughly. Empty the contents of the smaller tin into the larger tin and mix thoroughly with a spatula or similar wide bladed tool. A slow speed electric drill and mixing blade can be used but also use a spatula to scrape the inside of the tin. Empty the mixed components into the outer plastic bucket and gradually add the sand, mixing continually. Use immediately.