USCP Construction Grout is a specifically formulated combination of Portland cement, fine sands and admixtures. When mixed properly, US Construction Grout yields a durable nonshrink (expansive), non staining grout. Mix USCP Construction Grout to any consistency from plastic to flowable at the jobsite. Questions? Contact Us.
Mixing: For each 80 lb bag of US Construction Grout add water according to the chart above for desired consistency. In a clean, appropriate, high speed, mechanical mixer add 75% of premeasured water. With the mixer operating, add the USCP Construction Grout. Add remaining water as needed to achieve the desired consistency. Continue to mix until a homogeneous consistency has been achieved. Do not add additional water and do not mix more than six minutes. Material should be continually re-circulated prior to placement to avoid thickening and settlement. Do not over mix. Should small quantities be required, be sure to proportion admixture, water and portland cement accordingly.
Limitations: US Construction Grout should be used when ambient temperatures are at 40°F (4°C) and rising. Lower temperatures produce a slower set; higher temperatures produce a faster set. For temperatures below 40°F (4°C) consult with the manufacturer for special cold weather placement provisions which include but are not limited to conditioning of the materials, use of heated mix water and thermal protection. In hot weather use chilled water for mixing.
CAUTION: WARNING! CONTAINS FREE SILICA & PORTLAND CEMENT. DO NOT BREATHE DUST. May cause delayed lung injury (silicosis). Follow OSHA safety and health standards for crystalline silica (quartz). Cement powder or freshly mixed concrete grout or mortar may cause skin injury. Avoid contact with skin and wash exposed skin areas promptly with water. If any cement powder or mixture gets into the eyes, rinse immediately and repeatedly with water and get prompt medical attention.
Packaging: US Construction Grout is packaged in 80 lb Kraft multi-wall, polyethylene lined bags. Yield when mixed with 160 ounces of water is approximately .63 ft³.