Rust-Oleum 5180 Epoxy Repair Mortar
Rust-Oleum 5180 Epoxy Repair Mortar is an incredibly tough, 2 component epoxy resin mortar for repairing damaged, dished or dangerous concrete or stone floors. It offers unequalled hardness and epoxy bonding power making it stronger than concrete. It's fast curing, virtually indestructible and provides a permanent repair to badly cracked and worn concrete and stone floors
Features & Benefits
- Stands up to heavy traffic and many chemicals
- For repairing eroded or damaged concrete, bay edges and broken steps
- Does not shrink or crack
- Easy all-in-one packaging
- For indoor and outdoor use
- In most instandes no primer is required
- Quickly back into service
Directions for Use
The pack contains a granular resinous material and one or more bottles (depending on the packaging size) of curing agent. Mix the granular resinous material with the curing agent on a board. It is important that mixing should be carried out very thoroughly. The ratio of resin to curing agent is critical and the mixing of part packs is not recommended.
Trowel vigorously over the prepared surface. Final levelling should be carried out with a steel float. To prevent ‘drag’ it is advisable to wipe the blade of the tool frequently with a rag moistened (but not saturated) with white spirit. The working life of the mixed product is 30-60mins depending on temperature. If the product is used past its working life, trowelling will become difficult and adhesion reduced.
Cleanup: Rust-Oleum Thinner 160
- Product can be applied from feather-edge to 50mm depth (full strength is achieved at 5mm).
- Build up layers of Rust-Oleum 5180 Epoxy Repair Mortar if the depth is significantly greater than 50mm or use Rust-Oleum 5190 Epoxy Repair Mortar Deep Fill.
- Applying the product directly in a too high film thickness can reduce the performance of the cured material.
Temperature of material, air and substrate between 10 and 35°C and relative humidity below 85%. The substrate temperature must be at least 3°C above dew point.
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.
|Typical Coverage (per coat)||0.12m² per kg at 5mm thick|
|Touch Dry||3 Hours|
|The figures stated above are approximate. Please ensure you refer to all datasheets for full application information.|
|David reynolds on 17/02/2018|
Can the rust-oleum 5180 be used to repair cracked and broken steps including shaping around the curved face edge overhang?
Rust-Oleum 5180 Epoxy Repair Mortar provides a permanent repair to badly cracked and worn concrete and will fill holes of any shape or size, gaps, nosings, cracks etc and may be feather edged. It is primarily used for horizontal surfaces and is often used to repair steps and would be a good solution. For large amounts of vertical or overhead repairs we normally would suggest using Rust-Oleum 5110 Verti-Patch, but where possible we would recommend using Rust-Oleum 5180 Epoxy Repair Mortar on steps.
|Tina B on 19/12/2017|
Question: Can this be applied directly to bitumen which we found once we had taken the loose parts off a door threshold.
No, Rust-Oleum 5180 Epoxy Repair Mortar is not suitable to be applied to bitumen based substrates.
|holly crawford on 12/06/2017|
Question: can you paint over this once dry? Thanks
Yes with following comments;
|gary on 27/07/2016|
Question: please can you tell me if this product is ok to use as repair on concrete window lintel?
many thanks ,
We would recommend using Rust-Oleum 5110 Verti-Patch rather than the Rust-Oleum 5180 Epoxy Repair Mortar for window lintel repairs.
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