Resincoat sealant is a flexible polyurea joint sealer that can easily fill joints and cracks in concrete ideal for applications that rely upon a quick turnaround. Our sealant is highly flexible allowing slab movement, yet strong enough to prevent spalled joints under heavy pressure.
This product requires the following application gun:
Powerflow Combi Gun
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|Size||650ml Dual Cartridge|
|Appearance||Smooth, self levelling grey sealant|
|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|
|Typical Installations||Sealing concrete expansion joints in loading bays, freezer storage rooms, production zones etc.|
Resincoat sealant is a self-levelling and very hard wearing rapid curing polyurea joint sealant material. Initial cure can be as quick as 5 minutes, enabling light levels of traffic as quickly as within 1 hour. This allows you to complete time critical jobs quickly and efficiently. The smooth grey sealant is easy to use ensuring a professional finish that will last for many years. This item is highly flexible retaining full properties and memory capability while allowing normal joint movement, as well as accommodating to slab movement where designed movement will occur.
Resincoat sealant is regularly used on a range of factory and warehouse floors including loading bays, cold storage rooms and productions zones. It also has good chemical resistance and can be painted over allowing you to blend it seamlessly in to any environment. This product is suitable for both indoor and outdoor use although the sealer may discolour slightly under UV exposure; it maintains its physical properties providing a hard wearing design.
650ml - Maximum 4 metres @ 12mm x 12mm
Ensure the existing joint is stable dry and free of any contaminations.
1. Put the cartridge in place with the Powerflow Combi Gun
2. Remove the cap and screw on the nozzle
3. Apply a small amount by gun into an empty container until a homogenous liquid appears through the nozzle
4. Fill in the joints with the sealer
5. Overfill very slightly and follow immediately after with a scraper to level off the finished joint
6. Allow to cure (usually 5 – 10 mins)