Resincoat Rapid Set is the fastest curing epoxy repair mortar on the market. Developed in the Resincoat laboratory, this mortar is unique in that it offers fully trafficable repair in just two hours, even at low temperatures. The product is a three-component resin and aggregate that is ideal for time critical repairs to damaged concrete floors and potholes.
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Resincoat rapid set epoxy repair mortar has been tested in our own lab against many similar products and has proven in many trials to be the fastest cold set available on the market. We use only the finest epoxy resin manufactured in the UK for guaranteed quality and performance. This 3 part system is easy to apply making it ideal for both DIY & industrial users. Boasting an impervious dust free design the mortar can be easily cleaned and maintained. Customers have the choice of 7 different colours allowing you to select one that will blend seamlessly in to your home or workplace.
A 10cm deep hole can be filled with our rapid set epoxy repair mortar giving a smooth feathered finish and the area can be returned to duty in just two hours. This also includes areas that are heavily trafficked. This quick cure time is paramount for time critical projects and with minimal preparation required you can save time and money. Resincoat rapid set repair mortar can be used to repair cracks in concrete, paving slabs, stairs, balconies and more. Incredibly tough this formula is stronger than concrete therefore will last for many years.
10kg – @10mm 0.6m2
25kg - @10mm 1.2m2
Before applying this product you must ensure the concrete has been thoroughly cleaned, free from dust loose materials and any surface contaminations. If a primer is required we advise Resincoat tack primer, this will help create a key between existing concrete and repair material.
1. Prime with Resincoat tack coat
2. Mix resin, activator and aggregate together and stir thoroughly for at least 2 minutes
3. (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.)
4. Trowel down to desired thickness
5. Allow to cure (2 hours)
For more information about applying and preparing concrete check out our useful concrete repair guide.