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Crack repair applications include injecting epoxy under pressure into the crack(s) to

permanently ‘weld’ them back together to restore the monolithic strength of the substrate (such

as concrete, granite, limestone, marble, etc.)

The injection procedure will vary by the application, size and location of the crack(s). Cracks

can be injected from one or both sides.  Installation procedures may include variations in epoxy

viscosities, injection equipment, injection pressure, and port spacing to ensure full penetration

of epoxy into the crack.

 


Clear Gel Epoxy

A two-component, exterior grade, clear epoxy adhesive.

Knifegrade

Concrete Crack Repair 28

Crack Repair 28

A two-component, exterior grade, clear, medium viscosity epoxy.

Flowing

Concrete Crack Repair 31

Crack Repair 31

A two-component, exterior grade, clear, low viscosity epoxy.

Flowing

Fast Set Extreme

A two-component exterior grade epoxy adhesive which cures at or below freezing.

Knifegrade

Fast Set 41

Fast Set 41

A two-component exterior grade epoxy adhesive which cures at below freezing temps.

Flowing

TravFill

A two-component, lime-based, latex modified filler material for travertine floors, fabrication of stone slabs and other porous stones.

HRM

Two-component, lime-based,
latex modified mortar for the
restoration of historic masonry
structures.

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Professional Tile & Countertop Repair Kit

This kit is designed for granite, marble, travertine and engineered stone. This kit is an upgraded version of the Granite & Marble Repair Kit. It includes an epoxy cartridge for structural bonding & injecting.

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Deluxe Stone Repair Kit

This kit is recommended for the experienced stone restoration professional. This kit is an upgraded version of the Professional Tile & Countertop Repair Kit.