CreteFill Spall Repair is a rapid setting, high strength, hybrid urethane repair material. This two part, 1:1 system is 100% solids and designed for repairing damaged control joints and larger cracks where no future slab movement is expected.
CreteFill Spall Repair, when combined with sand or fly ash, will develop into an extremely strong polymer concrete designed to repair existing concrete that has been damaged by forklifts, steel wheeled carts, etc.
Clean the area of debris and contaminants that can debond CreteFill Spall Repair,such as oils, dirt, rubber, etc. Clean, rough concrete typically yields the best results. If using a saw to cut the concrete, remove all dust from the cut out area. Cut a vertical edge, minimum ½” deep, around the perimeter of the spall. Make sure the area is dry. Vacuum or blow off cement dust.
5 Gallon “B” Polyol Side Stir gently with a jiffy mixer for at least 2 minutes before mixing with the “A” (Isocyanate) side.
1 Gallon & 1/2 Gallon “B” (Polyol) Side Shake vigorously for approximately 60 seconds before mixing with the “A” (Isocyanate) side.
Sand filler should have minimal moisture content. Grit sizes can range from 12-60. In exterior applications, the use of dry silica sand will reduce discoloration from UV rays. Pea gravel can be used on very large spalls (fly ash can also be used as a filler). CreteFill Spall Repair can be used to bond damaged slabs together. It is not intended for use where substrate movement is required. CreteFillSpall Repair is slightly moisture sensitive and should not be applied to wet surfaces.
Allow CreteFill Spall Repairto set for about 45 minutes or until hard. For best results, use a flexible grinding wheel. Grind smooth with a 7-inch wheel. Scrapping or cutting may also be done with a sharp razor blade cutter. Cut as soon as product is set and not completely hard. Repair is now ready for traffic.
All personnel should read and understand the product Safety Data Sheet (SDS). Long-sleeved overalls or disposable overalls, rubber gloves, splash shields, and rubber or leather boots should be worn. Do not use near high heat or open flame. Do not ingest. Keep out of the reach of children.
Cured product may be disposed of without restrictions. Excess liquid ‘A’ and ‘B’ material should be mixed together and allowed to cure, then disposed of in the normal manner. Cured materials may be stripped or peeled from plastic tools and containers. It is recommended that metal tools be cleaned within one hour of use by cutting or peeling cured material from the tool.
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