Technical Bulletins

  • TB6 – Joint Fill Preparation –  Proper joint sidewall preparation is crucial to the long term performance and durability of a semi rigid joint filler. In this technical document, we will discuss why sidewall preparation is a vital part of preparation, the equipment necessary to complete this tast and come common examples of poor preparation.
  • TB5 – Joint Sealant vs Joint Filler –  Joint Sealants and Joint Fillers are two very similar sounding categories with very different applications. This document will look at some of the key differences between these materials and will explain why a semi rigid joint filler is the correct choice for your commercial, industrial and polished concrete floors.
  • TB4 – Joint Filler Separation – Joint filler separation is one of the more frequently misunderstood occurrences when filling joints. This document will detail what commonly causes joint filler separation, how to mitigate this during the construction planning process, as well as how to repair it in the event it occurs.
  • TB3 – Cold Weather Material Handling – Colder temperatures change the manner in which joint fillers behave and are installed. In this document, we will discuss the effects of colder temperatures on polyurea, some of the challenges of filling in cold environments as well as the proper installation.
  • TB2 – Polishable Concrete Repairs –  Many factors go into creating a high quality polishable concrete repair. In this document, we will discuss proper preparation and installation as well as how to use local sand and cements to create long lasting repairs that are nearly indetectable.

Specifications

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