Economical and strong repair formula for deep holes
Concrex® Deep Fill is ideal for filling deep holes quickly and economically! This formula contains less resin than other Watco Concrex products and is reinforced with a granite aggregate. This makes it a cost effective alternative to the other Watco Concrex products when filling deep holes. Concrex Deep fill can be used in one layer between 15mm - 100mm. It can be left as a wearing surface which has a coarse textured finish. If a smooth finish is required use Concrex Deep Fill to within 5mm of the floor level, and then overlay with Watco Concrex Carbon Fibre.
|Suitable for||Concrete, sand & cement and metal.|
|Appearance||Smooth, impervious surface.|
|Surfaces||Concrete, sand, cement and metal.|
|Interior or Exterior||Interior and exterior|
|Composition||Sand, granite and resin blend plus a 500ml bottle of grey curing agent.|
|Coverage||0.5m² per 25kg at 30mm thick|
|Pot time (hours)||Up to 30 minutes.|
|Application tools||Steel float or trowel.|
|Curing time||5-6 hours at 20°C|
|Minimum application temperature||10°C|
|Storage||Between 10°C - 30°C. Do not allow to freeze.|
|Shelf life||12 months in unopened container.|
|Principle limitations||Do not apply to wet surfaces. Do not apply thicker than 100mm in one layer. Watco Concrex Deep Fill should not be subjected to temperatures above 60°C|
|Cleaning tools||Use white spirit before concrex colours cures.|
Surfaces should be clean, dry and free of all loose material. Wire brushing or sweeping is generally sufficient. Watco Bio-D degreaser can be used to remove grease and oil.
A primer is not usually required if patch or crack repairing. Watco Tack Coat adhesive primer is recommended when applying Watco Concrex as a thin section screed or when applying to smooth, non-porous or metal surfaces. Watco Tack Coat is always required with Concrex Vertical and Concrex Vertical Cold Cure.
Each Watco Concrex pack contains a granular resinous compound and separate containers of curing agent. The components are mixed with a trowel according to the simple instructions in the pack until a smooth grey mortar is obtained. The more thorough the mixing, the ‘wetter’, smoother and more manageable the mix becomes. This can be achieved quite quickly by wearing disposable gloves and kneading the mixture by hand. A creteangle or similar mixer can be used to ensure thorough mixing of larger quantities. This is trowelled firmly against the surface to be repaired, and finished with a trowel or float. To prevent drag on the trowel, a rag moistened with white spirit may be wiped across the face of the tool.