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205 Flexible Joint Filler
205 Flexible Joint Filler, a coloured two pack, pourable, flexibilised epoxy filler/sealant. The consistency of the mixed sealant allows direct pouring of the sealant into horizontal joints.
Seals floor joints in food factories and warehouses where heavy vehicular trafficking occurs.
- Hard and tough enough to protect joint edges from heavy wheel loading
- Possesses sufficient flexibility to accommodate a degree of movement (10% of the joint width)
- Particularly suitable for filling saw cut joints in long strip floor construction
- No primer required - Excellent adhesion to concrete
- Tough and resilient - Suitable for wide joints
- Highly resistant to water
- Easy to apply - Fast curing
- Hygienic and easily cleanable - Low viscosity
- Can be used with polyethylene foam backing strips
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205 Flexible Joint Filler is a coloured, two pack, pourable, flexibilised epoxy filler/sealant. The consistency of the mixed sealant allows direct pouring of the sealant into horizontal joints.
Hard and tough enough to protect joint edges from heavy wheel loading, 205 Flexible Joint Filler possesses sufficient flexibility to accommodate a degree of movement (10% of the joint width), and is particularly suitable for filling saw cut joints in long strip floor construction.
- Features & Benefits
- Typical Properties
- Joint Design
- Surface Preparation
- Equipment Cleaning
- To seal floor joints in food factories and warehouses where heavy vehicular trafficking occurs
- No primer required
- Excellent adhesion to concrete
- Tough and resilient
- Suitable for wide joints
- Highly resistant to water
- Easy to apply
- Fast curing
- Hygienic and easily cleanable
- Low viscosity
|Pot Life:||1hr @ 20°C|
|Shore A hardness:||75|
|Movement accommodation factor:||10%|
|Chemical Resistance:||Very good resistance to dilute mineral acids, alkalis, petrol, oils, milk, citric acid, hydraulic fluid, and hot water. Please refer to our technical department on 0113 2455450 (option 2) or send a message to [email protected] for specific advice.|
When using 205 Flexible Joint Filler, the joints shall be designed to ensure that concrete movement due to shrinkage and temperature fluctuations does not exceed 10% of the joint width.
- For joints up to 12mm wide, the depth of sealant should be equal to the width.
- For joints over 12mm wide the depth of sealant should not exceed 20mm.
- Joints over 25mm wide are permissible
New concrete floors shall be a minimum of 21 days old. Joint surfaces shall be sound, clean and free from laitance, dust and other contaminants.
Joint edges are best prepared by grinding or power wire- brushing; ensuring that all spoil and residual dust is removed by blowing with dry, oil free, compressed air.
De-bonding tape should be used in the base of the joints otherwise a polyethylene foam backing strip should be inserted to the appropriate depth.
Pour the contents of the CURING AGENT container into the BASE container and thoroughly mix, preferably by mechanical means until a uniform consistency is achieved.
- By Weight = 100 Base : 42.1 Curing Agent
The mixed material may be poured directly into the prepared joints to level.
Alternatively, 205 FLEXIBLE JOINT FILLER may be poured into empty cartridge tubes and gunned into the joints using a sealant gun. It may be necessary to top up to level after a few minutes when the sealant has settled into irregularities.
Clean equipment with 109 TOOL CLEANER prior to curing of the sealant.
Will have cured sufficiently following 24 hours cure @ 20°C to allow trafficking.
Full chemical resistance will be achieved following 7 days cure @ 20°C.
At lower temperatures cure times will be increased.
- Do not apply to wet or uncured concrete surfaces.
- Do not apply at temperatures of 3°C or less.
It is your responsibility to read the Product Data Sheets (available below) before you place an order and prior to application of the product. The content of this website is our best recommendation and is not advice. Coverage rates quoted are approximate, you agree that coverage depends on the condition of the substrate, surface absorption, texture and application method. We ALWAYS recommend a trial area is coated to ensure the product meets your requirements before use.
- 10 Linear Metres (of a 10mm x 10mm joint) per litre
- Touch Dry
- 24 Hours
|David Baker on 2019-11-16 15:41:03|| |
I have built a concrete path with prepared expansion joints These are 10mm wide and 20 mm deep Would the 205 be a suitable material
|Abs on 2019-03-22 10:18:34|| |
Can this be used on chips and cracks in fiberglass gelcoat and can this be painted over?
No this would not be a suitable application for this product.
|J Taylor on 2018-03-13 14:30:56|| |
I have cracks in concrete patio presumably where joints were put it. I need a filler that is waterproof and durable?
We would recommend Rust-Oleum Epoxyshield Fine Crack Repair for this.
|John miller on 2016-09-03 14:26:15|| |
Question: I have a crack in the garage floor about 6mil at the most, apart from one bit which is about 15 mil x10 mil. The crack is across the floor 14 feet some of the crack is very fine about 1 mil. Would the joint filler 205, be any good ? Thanks.
No, you would be better using our 204 Fine Crack Repair.