- PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS
- HOW TO APPLY
• Not flammable • Increased freeze/thaw resistance • Easiy to use • Not a vapour barrier •High early strengths • Suitable for exterior and interior applications
At the time of application, surfaces should be saturated surface dry (SSD) with no standing water. Mortar must be scrubbed into the substrate, filling all pores and voids. Force material against edge of repair, working toward center. After filling repair, consolidate, then screed. Material may be applied in multiple lifts. The thickness of each lift not to be less than 1⁄2 inch minimum. Where multiple lifts are required score top surface of each lift to produce a roughened surface for next lift. Allow preceding lift to reach final set, 30 minutes minimum before applying fresh material. Saturate surface of the lift with clean water. Scrub fresh mortar into preceding lift. Allow mortar to set to desired stiffness, then finish with wood or sponge float for a smooth surface, or texture as required. For repairs greater than 1 inch in depth, the use of SikaRepair® 222 extended with coarse aggregate, and appropriate formwork is also recommended.
Surface Preparation - Remove all deteriorated concrete, dirt, oil, grease, and all bond-inhibiting materials from surface. Be sure repair area is not less than 1⁄4 inch in depth. Preparation work should be done by scabbler or other appropriate mechanical means to obtain an exposed aggregate surface with a minimum surface profile of ±1⁄8 inch (CSP-6). Saturate surface with clean water. Substrate should be saturated surface dry (SSD) with no standing water during application.