Permanent repairs to damp surfaces in one easy bundle
Concrex® Carbon Fibre is the ultimate floor repair mortar. Based on our best-selling Concrex, the addition of Carbon Fibre, ceramic and an increase in resin content makes this the strongest, longest lasting epoxy floor repair mortar that you can buy. To prove it, Concrex Carbon Fibre now comes with a 20-year guarantee against impact and abrasion failure. Its unique formulation outperforms the original Concrex - already the strongest on the market - for strength, drying time, and chemical resistance. What's more, its stronger, longer lasting and will out perform any cement based alternative.
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|Properties||Incredibly tough, can be used in wet areas, may be feather-edged, impervious and non-dusting.|
|Appearance||Smooth, impervious surface.|
|Surfaces||Floors, ramps, steps.|
|Interior or Exterior||Interior and exterior.|
|Primer required||Yes, included in the pack.|
|Composition||Two part epoxy resin|
|Coverage||1.2m² per 10kg at 5mm thick.|
|Pot time (hours)||Up to 30 minutes.|
|Curing time||1-2 hours at 20°C.|
Surfaces to be treated must be clean, dry and free of all loose material. Wire brushing or sweeping is usually sufficient. Watco Bio-D degreaser can be used if there are spots of oil or grease. If the surface is damp it can be primed with Watco Tack Coat.
The resin content of Watco Concrex® Carbon Fibre is very high. This means that a primer is not usually required when filling holes in concrete floors or resurfacing rough or damaged concrete. Watco Tack Coat adhesive primer is recommended when using Concrex® Carbon Fibre as a thin section screed over smooth surfaces. It is also recommended when repairing intricate/high impact areas such as broken floor joint edges, and damaged step nosings.
Each bucket contains Concrex powder and bottles of curing agent. Mix the two components with a trowel until you achieve a uniform grey colour, you can complete the mixing by using your gloved hands. For large quantities, it is advisable to use a mixer.
Apply the repair mortar to the surface to be repaired and smooth with a trowel. To prevent streaks, wipe the blade with a rag soaked in white spirit.