- PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS
- HOW TO APPLY
• Low peak exotherm • Low dusting, ready-to-mix, pre-portioned kits • Moisture tolerant • Corrosion and impact resistant • Stress and chemical resistant • High compressive, tensile and shear strengths • High vibration resistance • Low coefficient of thermal expansion; compatible with concrete • Material does not require heated transportation
• Do not thin with solvents. Solvents will prevent proper cure. Material is a vapour barrier after cure • Minimum grout thickness: 25 mm (1 in) • Maximum grout thickness: 450 mm (18 in) per lift. For grout thickness between 300 - 450 mm (12 - 18 in) For proper seating, allow grout to rise above the bottom [3 mm (1/8 in)] of the base plate • Do not batch. Mix complete units only • Do not subject cured epoxy grout to sudden temperature changes especially during early curing stages • If material is subject to cold or freezing temperatures during transportation to or storage on a job site, care must be taken to properly precondition A, B, and C components prior to beginning grouting operations
Pour the mixed grout into the prepared forms from one or two adjacent sides only, to eliminate air entrapment. Maintain the liquid head to ensure intimate contact to the base plate. Place sufficient epoxy grout in the forms to rise slightly above the underside [3 mm (1/8 in)] of the base plate. The minimum void depth beneath the base-plate should be 25 mm (1 in), but 38 mm (1.5 in) is preferred. Where the void beneath the base plate is greater than 450 mm (18 in), place the epoxy grout in successive 450 mm (18 in) lifts or less, once the preceding lift has cooled.