Antel Epoxy Aggregate Filled Grout Winter Grade is a sand filled, pourable, self levelling grout. A three component, high strength epoxy resin system. Due to its high resistance to vibration, impact and shock its formulation makes it ideal for use in the installation of high strength anchors, support of base plates or any civil or mechanical engineering situations involving high dynamic loads, eg tie bars, bearing pads etc.
- Civil engineering or structural grout
- Vibrating resistance
- Impact resistance
A Three part product, packs marked A B & C which when mixed together give 1 litre, 2.5 litre, and 5 litre.
4. USAGE RATE
2.5 litre will fill a void 50 mm x 250 mm x 200 mm
5. INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE.
Note: Can be used at temperatures down to 0°C. Do not apply at sub-zero temperatures.
Concrete surfaces should be clean and free from all loose material. All steel and machine beds should be free from grease and loose rust. In most cases Antel Aggregate Filled Grout does not require a primer.
Mix the entire contents of pack ‘B’ with pack ‘A’ stirring for three minutes. Slowly add the blended aggregate to the binder in the bucket and mix until uniform.
Once mixed the product can be poured into the hole, bed plate etc. allowing for a slight excess at the upper perimeter of the hole or shuttering around the bed plate.
5.4 Cure schedule:
Pot life @ 20°C 30 minutes
Full cure @ 20°C 7 days
6. COMPRESSION/TENSILE STRENGTH AT 20m C
After 4 hours: 26N/mm²
After 24 hours: 82.5N/mm²
After 7 days: 83.5N/mm²
After 7 days: 14N/mm²
Tensile bond to steel:
After 7 days: 12N/mm²
Shear bond to steel:
After 7 days: 18N/mm²
When fully cured the adhesion to concrete exceeds the tensile strength of the concrete. Cure speed is linked to temperature; the colder the temperature, the longer the cure time.
7. LINEAR SHRINKAGE
8. SHELF LIFE
12 months in original containers.
9. TOOL CLEANING
All tools etc should be cleaned with Antel Cleaning Solvent immediately after use.
Provided that the in service temperature is no higher than 55°C creep will be negligible, even when subjected to a constant load as high as 40N/mm².