Resincoat Heavy-Duty Asphalt Repair Mortar is an epoxy repair mortar for deep fill or feather edge concrete or asphalt floor repairs. Based upon solvent free epoxy resin technology, this three part repair mortar cures to higher strengths than that of concrete itself and can be applied onto concrete and asphalt, indoor or outdoor.
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|Appearance||Trowel applied, smooth grey pigmented finish|
|Composition||Solvent free Epoxy Resin system reinforced with graded silica sands|
|Thickness||Best from 5mm up to over 150mm (feather in some instances)|
|Ambient Temperature||During application 0-25 degrees|
|Drying Time||6 hrs|
|Product Components||Resin, Activator and Aggregate (3 parts)|
|Typical Installations||Inside or outside asphalt floor patches, resurfacing, channel repairs in car parks, warehouses etc.|
Resincoat Asphalt Repair Mortar can be used to repair worn or damaged flooring prior to overcoating or overlay by providing a level and robust surface finish which excellent bonding strength and durability. This repair mortar can also be left as a wearing finish, which is often the case in external car parks or loading bays where a heavy duty repair to asphalt is required. It provides a fully sealed impervious surface that is incredibly hard wearing.
Besides repairing floor patches, this mortar can also be used to resurface floors, ramps and steps, and is capable of being feather edged to match existing flooring levels. Easy to apply the workable formula can be trowelled down offering a smooth pigmented finish. For quick and easy DIY pothole repairs we often recommend our pothole repair kit as an alternative.
10kg – 1.2m2 at 5mm thickness
Before applying the asphalt repair mortar you must make sure the surface is clean and contaminant free, with no standing water. We advise that the area is primed with Resincoat tack coat.
1. Prime with Resincoat tack coat
2. Mix resin, activator and aggregate together and stir for 2 minutes
(Please note adding all of part C (the mortar blend) will result in a dry mix, you can hold off and not add all of it to have a wetter mix but this will affect coverage.)
3. Apply asphalt repair mortar to your surface
4. Trowel down to desired thickness ensuring the primer is still tacky
5. Allow to cure (Usually 3 – 6 hours)