Propoxy 100 is a solvent-free, moisture-insensitive, low-viscosity, highstrength, two-component injection resin. It meets ASTMC-881 Types I, II, IV & V, Grade 1, Classes B & C. It also meets USDA specifications for use in food processing areas. An excellent epoxy adhesive for use in crack grouting by pressure injection or gravity-feed, and for making epoxymortars and grouts. Questions about propoxy 100? Contact us
! Pressure-injection of cracks in structural concrete, masonry, wood, etc.
! Gravity-feed of cracks in horizontal concrete and masonry
! Epoxy resin binder for epoxy mortar patching and overlay of interior, horizontal surfaces
Component A: Clear
Component B: Amber
Shelf Life: 1 year in original unopened container
Storage Conditions: Store at 40-95°F (5-35°C).
Condition material to 65-85°F (18-29°C) before using
Gel Time (60 g. mass): 30 min. at 73°F ±2° (23°C)
1 gal./3.8 L of mixed epoxy yields 231 cu. in./.0037 cu.m of epoxy.
1 gal./3.8 L of mixed epoxy combined with 5 gal./18.9 L of aggregate yields 808.5 cu. in./.013 cu. m of mortar.
TO PRESSURE INJECT CRACKS: Flushing cracks is detrimental and should not usually be done. Use automatic injection equipment for 2:1 ratio epoxy that will absolutely stay on ratio while under pressure. Carefully set surface or countersink ports on face of crack. Be sure the crack is open where ports are placed and not impacted with debris. Set the ports with PROPOXY 300, 300 FAST or 300 PASTE, being careful not to obstruct the crack with epoxy. If feasible, also seal the back side of crack with PRO-POXY 300, 300 FAST or 300 PASTE. The PRO-POXY 300, 300 FAST or 300 PASTE is a cap sealing compound when used in this application. A successful and profitable injection job depends largely on carefully placing the cap seal and ports allowing the injection to proceed smoothly with no leaks. Allow the cap seal to fully cure. Cure time will depend on temperature and which cap sealing compound was used. Inject PRO-POXY 100, always starting at the lowest port. If the back side of the crack has been sealed, stay on a
port as long as it is accepting epoxy. Cap adjoining ports as epoxy extrudes out of them staying on the original
port until the pump stalls out or the crack is completely filled.