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USDA, FDA AND OSHA APPROVED PATCH KIT IN FAYETTEVILLE N.C IS

STRONGEST PATCH KIT OUT THERE.

PATCH CRACKS, POT HOLES, JOINTS AND

PITCH AREAS FOR BETTER DRAINAGE.

 

 FLOORMASTERS PATCH KIT/PATCH & REPAIR KIT

Heavy Duty Patch & Repair System

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION:

Convenient, ready-to-mix, easy-to-use, 2-part epoxy system with pre-measured

hardener. Produces a 100% solids, solvent-free, water-free, SHRINK-FREE high

bonding mortar designed for floor applications where extreme strength, bonding and

wear characteristics are required.

 

EASY TO USE

Floormasters Epoxy Patch & Repair kit mix is pourable, yet sets rock hard. It can be

pumped or injected, for example, with a caulking gun into inaccessible areas. New

Generation Epoxy Patch & Repair can be placed directly onto repair area without sealer

or bonding agent. It can be topcoated with Floormasters E-coat immediately after being

placed.

 

EXCELLENT BONDING and ABRASION RESISTANCE

Excellent impact and abrasion resistance -- much higher than concrete. New

Floormasters Epoxy Patch & Repair kit has more tensile strength than concrete

and will not pull away from concrete. Common patching materials contain water or

solvent. When the solvent or water evaporates, patch dries causeing shrinkage and

decreasing the adhesive strength. Also, the water-filled spaces in a patch matrix make

the patch porous and sensitive to freeze/thaw. Floormasters Epoxy Patch & Repair

is 100% solids. No evaporation. No shrinkage. No porosity -- no weakening or

cracking due to freezing.

 

NON-CONDUCTIVE:

Floormasters Epoxy Patch & Repair is non-conductive. This eliminates reinforcing

rod (rebar) corrosion, anchor bolt and fastener corrosion common in ordinary concrete.

Since there is no metal aggregate in the product, the patch will not rust or stain.

Floormasters Epoxy Patch & Repairs is versatile and has many uses...keep several

pails on hand for emergency repairs.

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WHERE TO USE:

Use indoors or outdoors.

 Use to repair surface defects: holes, cracks, spalls, voids.

Use to install anchor bolts, posts, poles, base plates.

Use as a grouting for all types of ceramic, non-resilient tile and flatwork.

Use to bond new concrete to old concrete by placing concrete overlay onto the

Patch & Repair material (or New Generation 100) before the epoxy gels.

Use to skid-proof loading ramps.

 Use to bond old concrete to old concrete or other material to concrete. Use to

"weld" cracked concrete.

 Use to reinforce and protect uneven slab edges from heavy forklift and vehicular

damage.

 Use to lower repair costs by adding additional aggregate such as sand, alumina, pea

gravel, poly-beads. (Using additional aggregate will reduce bonding strength.)

 Use to make your patch inconspicuous by pressing in aggregate particles that match

the surrounding concrete. Add 1 to 5 percent plain cement to darken and further

blend color of patch to surrounding concrete.Use for vertical surface repairs by adding 3 to 10 percent silica flour or fumed silica

to create thicker, non-sagging mortars. Vertical repairs with unthickened mix will

require form-work.

 

 

Hundreds of other patch and repair uses! A few examples: install playground and

park equipment, seats, gates, partitions, screws, dowels, loose tiles, hand rails,

electric machinery. Many municipal uses: install parking meters, repair sidewalks,

stairs, speed bumps, parking garages, aprons, etc.

TIPS AND TECHNIQUES

Remove concrete that has been exposed to oils, greases, fats, etc

Use after shot blasting, etching and final surface preparation.

Area must be completely dry. Use propane weed burner to quickly dry cracks and

holes. Use dry vacuum to remove remaining particles from patch surface.

 

Maximum patch thickness: 12" Patches over 12" deep may get very hot (over

150oF) during cure. Use multi-step applications for patches over 12" deep. Protect

deep patches from direct sunlight while curing.

The proper combining ratios of Parts A and B is important. Unmixed parts will not

harden. Mix thoroughly. Transfer mix to second container to check for unmixed

spots.

When properly applied and depending on size and shape of patch, a glaze coat willdevelop at surface. If required, this can be topcoated immediately with Floormasters E-coat.

Not suitable for immersion service in concentrated acids, commercial solvents,

strong oxidizers. Not recommended for use over 250 Degrees.

DIRECTIONS FOR USE:

PREPARE AREA:

1. Remove loose, crumbling concrete, oil, grease, wax, curing membranes and

seals. Clean and degrease. Rinse well.

2. Following directions, prep area with Floormasters Prep, shot-blast, sandblast

or otherwise mechanically roughen area to expose sound concrete. Scour

newly drilled anchor bolt holes with coarse wire flue brush. Insure that surface of

area is completely dry. Gas burners or electric power dryers can be used to

quickly dry deep holes and cracks.

PATCH AND REPAIR:

1. Put on gloves and eye protection before opening. Cut slots to open pail. Set up

a mixing station. Lay out cardboard or drop cloth on floor. Unmixed Parts, A or

B, spilled on floor will never harden and will require clean-up with Xylene (xylol).

Combined mix spilled on floor and allowed to cure will require removal with

hammer and chisel.

2. Mix Part A (1/2 gallon container) with Part B (1 quart container) in provided 5 gallon bucket for 60 sec. 3. Gradually pour in provided aggregate blend. Mix completely using fold and stir method. Scrape sides and bottom often to insure a complete mix.

4. When thoroughly mixed, immediately apply material to prepared area. Cure time

will vary depending on application. Quart size repair will harden in one hour.

Smaller, thinner repairs require longer cure time. Combined components, if

left in pail, will harden within 30 minutes. Recommended application

temperature is 45-90 degrees.The warmer the temperature, the faster the set-up.

Clean-up will require a solvent such as Xylene. Repair may be sanded, sealed or

painted when firm. Screen or abrade if recoating after 48 hours.

MINIMUM PATCH THICKNESS: 1/8"

MAXIMUM PATCH THICKNESS: 12

 

 
 
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