Cretex LT is specialist cementitious floor repair mortar with a very fast cure at low temperatures and very rapid strength build up. Ideal for chilled food areas due to it's non-tainting odourless formulation.
Use on: Concrete. Around ironwork. For other substances contact Polycote Experts Use where: Internal/External Typical industries: Cold Store environments, busy 24 hour working environments Type of job: Ideal for repairs to floors, columns, steps, nosings, kerbs and areas requiring minimum downtime
Approximate coverage: 25 kg unit - 1.2m2@ 10mm average thickness Cure time: 2 hours @ 20oC Special features: Heavy duty, Fast curing, Apply to damp or dry surface
Pot life: 10 mins @ 20oC Application temperature: -20oC to + 35oC Depth of repair (1 layer): 10mm - 50mm Fully cured strength: 55N/mm2 Number of parts supplied: 3 Priming required: No
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Thorough substrate preparation is essential. Concrete repairs should be prepared with squared off edges having a 10mm minimum vertical lip. Remove all loose material – wire brushing is advisable. Sweep clean or vacuum. The surface must be free from grease, oil or contamination. A gas torch will help to remove oil from the surface.
For application temperatures below 5oC – pre-warm the mixing vessel using hot water and warm the mixing water to between 25oC and 30oC. This will accelerate the cure time.
Measure 1.5Ltrs water into a clean mixing bucket and add the complete 25kg unit quantity of Cretex LT powder. DO NOT EXCEED the stated ratio of water to powder.
Mix to a trowellable consistency using a heavy duty slow speed drill and mixing paddle or force action mixer. Do not mix more than can be applied in 10 minutes.
Having prepared and pre-wetted the substrate, apply the material using a trowel immediately after mixing.
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