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Parex Epoxy Putty

660318
3-component, epoxy resin mortar for application thicknesses 25mm - feather edge

Size

10kg

Qty

Our price

£120.95 £145.14 inc VAT

RRP

£120.95 £145.14 inc VAT

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Parex Epoxy Putty

Parex Epoxy Putty is an epoxy resin based mortar suitable for placing using hand tools. The three component product consists of a resin base, hardener and a bag of specially graded fillers. The grading of the filling system enables application thicknesses of 25mm down to a feather edge.

For very absorbent or very dense surfaces the working area may need to be primed using Bondcoat UF giving excellent adhesion to most construction materials. Parex Epoxy Putty is easy to place using hand tools giving concrete bedding and repairs of the highest mechanical properties.

The mortar can be used to give support to concrete arises and will act as a high strength support under precast concrete and steel units. Parex Epoxy Putty is resistant to a wide range of chemicals including petroleum products. The mortar is stable to freezing and thawing.

Uses include:

Repair of concrete beams, columns, walls and floors in areas where a smooth finish is required.
Bedding applications to support precast concrete units, steel stanchions, bridge bearings, wooden blocks and baulks, anti- vibration units and other areas where strength of the highest order is required.

Specification Outline

Patching, repairs and support shall be carried out using Epoxy Putty as manufactured by Parex Ltd. The product must be stored, handled and used strictly in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.

Quality Assurance

Parex Limited has an integrated business management system. This is externally accredited by UK CARES to BS EN ISO 9001:2015, BS EN ISO 14001:2015, BS ISO 45001:2018 and BES 6001.

Standards:

Epoxy Putty has been tested in accordance with the relevant parts of the following standard:
BS 6319

 

Instructions For Use

Preparation

Remove laitance and all loose material including dust, oil and grease to achieve a sound substrate. Concrete surfaces should be roughened to produce a mechanical key. Steel surfaces should be free of mill scale and rust. Corroded steel should be cleaned back to bright metal.

Priming

For the majority of works carried out using Epoxy Putty no priming is necessary. For porous or very dense surfaces priming with Bondcoat UF may be required.

Using Bondcoat UF, pour all of the contents of the hardener bottle into the tub containing the resin base and mix until homogeneous. Apply a thin coat of mixed primer to the work area using a stiff bristle bush. If primer is absorbed by a porous substrate, re-prime before applying mortar.

Mixing

Epoxy Putty has 3 pack sizes: TP75 – 3kg, 3 containers TP71 – 10kg, 3 containers TP72 – 32kg, 4 containers

For each pack size all containers must be used to complete the mix. Pour all of the resin and hardener into a clean mixing vessel. Mix with a slow speed high torque drill and Mortar Stirrer until homogeneous. Add the filler slowly whilst continuously mixing. After all filler has been added mix for a further minute. For larger quantities place the mixed resin system into a suitable mixer such as the Mixal or Creteangle. Start to mix and slowly add the filler. When all the filler has been added, mix for a further minute until an even colour is achieved.

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Size

10kg

SPC Delivery Schedule

 

Orders placed before midday will be dispatched for delivery the same day (except weekends and bank holidays) subject to stock availability.

Orders placed after midday will be dispatched the next working day (except weekends and bank holidays) subject to stock availability

When you have placed your order our dispatch team will prepare your items for collection from our couriers. When the couriers have collected your items you will be emailed a tracking number.

Please note: Our offices and warehouses are open Monday to Friday, 8am to 5pm. We are closed on weekends and bank holidays. ‘Working day’ is Monday to Friday.

Please allow 3-5 working days for your delivery unless ‘Free Next Day Express Delivery’ is stated.

If you have ordered a product that is listed as ‘Free Next Day Express Delivery’ before midday on Monday to Friday your order will be processed an dispatched the same day delivered the next working day.

For example. If you order a product listed as ‘Free Next Day Express Delivery’ on Monday before midday it will be delivered the next day (Tuesday).

If you order a product listed as ‘Free Next Day Express Delivery’ on Friday before midday it will be delivered the next working day (Monday).

If you order a product listed as ‘Free Next Day Express Delivery’ on Friday after midday it will be processed the next working day (Monday) and delivered the following working day (Tuesday).

 

Orders for UK Mainland

Orders placed Monday to Friday before midday will be processed and dispatched the same day subject to stock availability.

Orders placed Monday to Friday after midday will be processed and dispatched on the next working day subject to stock availability.

Saturday delivery is available on request only – please call 0330 053 6145 for a quote.

 

Orders for Scottish Highlands and offshore locations

We will always endeavour to deliver to you as quickly as possible and at the best possible price.

However please note postcodes in some areas of the Scottish Highlands and offshore addresses require a delivery surcharge to our normal UK carriage fees and in some cases can take longer to be delivered, so please call us on 0330 053 6145 for a bespoke quote and place your order with us over the phone.

AB36-38, AB55-56, FK17-21, G83, GY9, HS1-9, IM (ALL), IV (ALL), KA27, KA28, KW0-14, KW15-17, PA20-78, PH15-18, PH19-29, PH32-33, PH45-48, PH30-31, PH34-44, PH49-99, ZE (ALL)