Repairing and patching defects in concrete such as honeycomb and spalls.
- Easily installed by gloved hand.
- Easily smoothed to ﬁnish off.
- Holds perfectly in overhead work.
- Needs no priming.
- Strengths way above surrounding concrete.
- Resistant to oils, fuels, water, dilute chemicals.
- Non-toxic in water containment.
Any surface to be repaired with epidermix® 314 must be clean, mechanically sound and dry. The surface should be chipped to expose main aggregate and in the case of honeycomb, all suspect material must be cut out. The surface must be free of all debris prior to placing the compound.
Bonding / Priming
epidermix® 314 is a heavy paste to the extent that it can only be mixed by kneading with GLOVED HANDS. Set up equal volumes of base and activator side by side on a clean board. Do not take more than about 250 ml of each compound at one time. Knead the two components together (like mixing bread dough) for at least ﬁve minutes.
1 m2/L/1 mm thick.
Mixed epidermix® 314 should be pressed into place in the repair area, always using a GLOVED HAND. The viscosity of epidermix® 314 is sufﬁcient to hold its place in sofﬁt repairs and on vertical faces. If the void is too big to ﬁll in one placing, leave the contact surface rough to act as a key for subsequent placing once the ﬁrst application has set.
A ﬁnal smooth ﬁnish may be obtained by trowelling off the surface of the still uncured epidermix® 314 with a water dampened steel trowel.
Use abe® super brush cleaner before material has dried/cured.
Protection on completion
Protect against trafﬁc and spillage until cured. Most epoxies chalk and degrade in extensive sunlight.
epidermix® 314 is supplied in 2 L and 4 L kits.
Handling & storage
This product has a shelf life of 24 months if kept in a dry cool place in the original packaging. In more extreme conditions this period might be shortened.
When handling epoxy compounds, always make use of disposable gloves and barrier creams.
Health & safety
Product safety information required for safe use is not included. Before handling, read product and safety data sheets and container labels for safe use, physical and health hazard information. The safety data sheet is available from your local a.b.e.® Construction Chemicals branch.