Cretex Deepfill is a professionally formulated concrete floor repair product, primarily designed for large holes that needs filling quickly.
Use on: Concrete. For other substances contact Polycote Experts, where we will be happy to help with any specific requirement Use where: Internal/External Typical industries: Warehousing, food processing plants, loading bays and is suitable for bridge deck repairs, pavement repairs, car park decks and ramps Type of job: Large/deep holes where a short downtime is required before use by heavy wheeled traffic
Approximate coverage: 10 kg unit – 1.15m2 @ 10mm average thickness Cure time: Pedestrian traffic – 6 hours @ 20oC Heavy duty traffic – 2 hours Special features: Heavy duty,fast curing, high compressive strength
- Easy to use, non-toxic or taint
- Fast curing – 35N/mm2 in only 6 hours
- Suitable for internal or external repairs
- Smooth or Slip Resistant finish
- Ideal for repairs 10mm-50mm deep
- Over 50mm, apply in layers
Thorough substrate preparation is essential.
The surface must be free of and loose / friable material, laitance, and any further contaminants that may prevent adhesion. Any remains of previous coatings should be removed by means of scabbling, shot-blasting, diamond grinding and/or steam cleaning.
Edges should be cut back to a minimum recommended depth of 10mm. Joints should be cut to 25mm.
Any exposed steel should be completely uncovered and abraded to a bright finish, and any rust or corrosion removed and primed with Polycote Rustex.
Priming of concrete is not required, however the surface should be dampened to reduce suction.
Cretex Deepfill should be mixed using a mixing paddle attached to a drill. Slowly add the Cretex Deepfill powder to 2-2.5 litres of clean water depending on required consistency. Do not exceed 2.5 litres of water per 25kg bag. Mix for approximately 2-3 minutes.
Ensure thorough mixing as an unmixed product will result in a poor or non-cure situation.
Priming is not required. However, to ensure satisfactory bonding to the substrate, the prepared surface should be dampened down to minimise suction.
Fill and level the area to be repaired ensuring good compaction of the product. The product should be levelled to a flush finish with the surrounding area using a trowel or float.
If a stiffer consistency is required, some of the product should be pre-worked into the substrate using a stiff broom and then the bulk of the product poured in the repair.
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