Indoor and outdoor, emergency response to pressurized water leaks, stopping or blocking capillary water leaks before insulation, joints on concrete and brick walls, basic curtain walls, basements, tunnels, instant cuts of active water leaks in water tanks, elevator pits and damaged concrete pipes, used to stop active water or leakage under pressure in cracks and holes. For sealing of cracks and construction joints in quick sewer connections, reservoirs and other water-retaining structures, it is used in ducts, sewage systems and mines formed from concrete and bricks, as well as in jointing between pipes and concrete segments. It is used on all horizontal and vertical surfaces.
In order to seal active leaks, it is mixed with 1 part water and 2.5-3 parts of the product and mixed together until homogenous mixed is achieved. Keep the material in your hand (wear gloves) until a slight temperature is felt and hardening occurs. The pulped product should be pressurized with a gloved hand to the area where water leakage occurs for approximately 1-2 minutes. If the opening is too large to close with 0.5 kg, work from the middle to the edges following the procedure above. For chamfering and sealing applications at corner edge joints
Open the cross section at a width and depth of at least 20 mm. Remove all debris and dirt. Apply the mortar to the prepared section and flatten. When chamfering, create concave grooves or corners at an angle of 45 ° C. The curing time cures in 2-4 minutes. If the applied mortar has hardened sufficiently, moisten it with clean water and maintain it for at least 15 minutes.
- Avoid application in temperatures below +5°C and above +35°C.
- Avoid application on frozen areas, on areas under risk of freezing in 24 hours or on areas open to direct sunlight or wind.