epoxy mortar

epoxy mortar

A mixture of a fine aggregate, epoxy resin, and a catalyst.
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A 'try-it-yourself' campaign is also being organized during the Big 5 wherein guests can sample the features and benefits of Mapei products, including the fast-drying liquid elastic membrane for waterproofing indoors; solvent-free, non flammable vinyl/ PVC adhesive dispersed in water; ready-to-use solvent-free polyurethane elastic adhesive; or acid-resistant epoxy mortar for tile joints.
Stonclad GS is a seamless, high-performing epoxy mortar system that resists wear, impact, abrasion and chemicals, while remaining easy to clean.
This grouting for large floors and walls is perfect for the foodstuffs industry, such as dairies, and also food court areas where its two component, acid resistant epoxy mortar which is particularly easy to apply and clean for tile joints wider than 3 mm makes upkeep and cleanliness easy on the maintenance teams.
There are a large number of products available commercially for repairing cracks in concrete: structures epoxy, resins, epoxy mortar and other synthetic mixtures.
After a profileograph survey, failed steel expansion joints were replaced with high-strength epoxy mortar. The LaserGrinder then ground the width of each aisle to DM2 specification, in some areas removing 15mm of material despite the presence of hard flint aggregate.
"Series 434 Perma-Shield [H.sub.2]S is a 100% solids trowel applied epoxy mortar; Series 436 Perma-Shield FR is a 100% solids fiber-reinforced high-build epoxy liner with spray application capabilities; and Series 435 Perma-Glaze is a 100% solids multifunctional polyamine epoxy designed to be applied to steel, concrete, or as a glaze coat over the Series 434 or 436," said O'Dea.
Next, small holes in the surface of the concrete are filled with a coating of compatible high-strength, quick-setting hydraulic cement or epoxy mortar.
Following a profileograph survey, the first task involved removing steel expansion joints that had failed and replacing them with high-strength epoxy mortar. The LaserGrinder then ground the whole width of each aisle to DM2 specification, in some areas removing 15mm of material despite the presence of exceptionally hard flint aggregate in the concrete mix used for the floor.
CoGri also repaired 300 metres of floor joints, using high-quality epoxy mortar to re-build the joints, before re-cutting them, filling them to the full depth with semi-rigid sealant and grinding them flat to produce a completely even surface.