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Resincoat sealant is a flexible polyurea joint sealer. Insensitive to moisture, self levelling and very hard wearing, Resincoat sealant is excellent for filling joints and cracks in concrete. Ideal for applications that rely upon a quick turnaround. Initial cure can be as quick as 5 minutes, enabling light levels of traffic as quickly as within 1 hour. Our sealant is highly flexible allowing slab movement, yet strong enough to prevent spalled joints under heavy pressure.
Resincoat sealant is regularly used on a range of factory and warehouse floors and can be used inside or outside. Although this polyurea joint sealer may discolour slightly under UV exposure, it maintains its physical properties nonetheless.
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|Size||650ml Dual Cartridge|
|Appearance||Smooth, self levelling grey sealant|
|Product Name||Resincoat-Joint Rapiseal|
|Composition||Two component flexible polyurea|
|Durability||Very heavy duty jointing|
|Ambient Temperature||During application from -28 to +58 degrees|
|Drying Time||5-10 mins|
|Product Components||Dual component cartridge|
|Technical Data||See expansion joint sealant technical data sheet in Downloads|
|Coverage||Maximum 4 metres @ 12mm x 12mm (650ml)|
|Typical Installations||Sealing concrete expansion joints in loading bays, freezer storage rooms, production zones etc.|
Resincoat Polyurea Movement Joint Sealant is ideal for sealing concrete expansion joints in warehouses, loading bays, cold storage rooms and production zones. The formula is self levelling and hard-wearing but remains highly flexible to allow slab movement. The sealant can dry in as little as 5 minutes and can be ready for light traffic within 1 hour.
- Easy to apply with Powerflow Combi Twin Gun
- Initial cure as quick as 5 minutes
- Highly flexible allowing movement
- Can be over-painted
- Good chemical resistance
- No primer required in most cases
Ensure the existing joint is stable, dry and contamination free. Put the cartridge in place, remove the cap and screw on the nozzle. Apply a small amount by gun into an empty container until a homogenous liquid appears through the nozzle. The sealant is then ready for application straight into the joint. See expansion joint sealant technical data sheet in Downloads for more details.