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Overview

Model # F06329 Store SKU # 1000684215

Low-Viscosity and High-Strength Epoxy Resin for Crack Injection and Repair. For low pressure injection of cracks in structural concrete, masonry, wood, etc. Allows gravity feeding and sealing of fine cracks in horizontal concrete, masonry, wood, etc.

  1. Convenient, easy-to-use single tube cartridge containing real 2-part epoxy; fits standard caulking gun
  1. Low viscosity allowing material to penetrate and seal fine, hairline cracks
  1. Moisture tolerance: Ideal for cant dry cracks and surfaces
  1. Yield: 180 mL (11 in3) of usable resin per cartridge

Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in inches)
2
Assembled Height (in inches)
10
Assembled Weight (in lbs)
0.8
Assembled Width (in inches)
2
Packaged Depth (in inches)
2
Packaged Height (in inches)
10
Packaged Weight (In lbs)
1.2
Packaged Width (in inches)
2

Details

Base Material
Resin
Certified
Colour Family
Clear
Country of Origin
US-United States
Drying Time (hrs)
0.5
Features
Crack Resistant, Fast Setting
Recommended Application
Masonry
Type
Sealant
Use Location
Floor, Wall

Warranty / Certifications

1 year on the product. Warranty does not cover installation.
dur Crack FixSika dur Crack FixLow-Viscosity and High-Strength Epoxy Resin for Crack Injection and Repair. For low pressure injection of cracks in structural concrete, masonry, wood, etc. Allows gravity feeding and sealing of fine cracks in horizontal concrete, masonry, wood, etc.
Sika
1000684215
CAD25.92022-05-28
The Home Depot Canada
dur Crack Fix is rated 3.4 out of 5 by 108.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from That stuff works great for cracks in my driveway, ... That stuff works great for cracks in my driveway, but on flat surfaces only
Date published: 2022-05-12
Rated 2 out of 5 by from So low viscosity it never filled the crack !! I bought a couple of tubes to seal a hairline crack in a basement concrete floor, approximately 10ft long by max 3/16" wide. Followed all instructions including warming tubes beforehand to aid in application, it just kept trickling into the crack each pass until all was gone. I waited three hours and applied the second tube to the same result. going back to the store tomorrow to buy the Dap.
Date published: 2022-05-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works well, no problems... Works well, no problems
Date published: 2022-05-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works best for floor cracks This product is quite runny and works well for filling non cracks in concrete slabs from hairline up to about 1/8" inch wide. Because it is quite runny it does penetrate the hairline cracks quite well. For filling non structural cracks wider than a hairline crack you will want to inject a small amount into the crack and then fill the crack with clean building sand, then soak the sand with the resin and scrape off any excess. I would NOT RECOMMEND THIS FOR VERTICAL CRACKS - it will run out the bottom...
Date published: 2022-04-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Performs as described. Excellent manufacturer of resinous materials and this... Performs as described. Excellent manufacturer of resinous materials and this is just one in a toolbox of many that I use and recommend as a flooring contractor
Date published: 2022-04-19
Rated 2 out of 5 by from This is real epoxy. But, the tube size is... This is real epoxy. But, the tube size is deceptive and I didn’t really get as much as I thought that I was getting. There’s only half a tube of epoxy in this tube. It’s not really good value for the money
Date published: 2022-04-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great fast acting product.... Great fast acting product.
Date published: 2022-04-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This epoxy is great for stabilizing concrete cracks in floors... This epoxy is great for stabilizing concrete cracks in floors and walls. I used it on a poured concrete flloor that is elevated and open underneath. After using it there was a noticable diffrence in the rigidity of the floor.
Date published: 2022-04-01
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CAN YOU PAINT OVER THIS PRODUCT BASEMENT FLOOR APPLICATION

CAN YOU PAINT OVER THIS PRODUCT BASEMENT FLOOR APPLICATION
Asked by: Epoxy
Hi Paint, some customers have been successful with painting over cured Sikadur Crack Fix. We would recommend allowing the product to fully cure then do a light sanding on the surface to remove any blushing from the epoxy and continue with any compatibility and adhesion test of the paint.
Answered by: Sika Retail Rep
Date published: 2022-04-26

Has anyone else had a gray film form on the surface? It has been about a month and a gray film is forming on the surface

Asked by: Cle
Yes. To remove the film of the dried and hard epoxy, you will need to either grind or scrape it. I used the 'iron' (blade) for a woodworking bench plane as a scraper because it is strong enough for the amount of force needed. Not a razor blade scraper.
Answered by: Jay13760
Date published: 2022-04-09

I need something to put on kitchen ceramic tiles that are cracked To seal and be less noticeable

I need something to put on kitchen ceramic tiles that are cracked To seal and be less noticeable
Asked by: Elayne
This product does dry a yellow hue an may not be good for cracks on light color tile
Answered by: Dana
Date published: 2022-02-26

Can this product be used to fill in a void under my wooden floors? The void is a low spot in the concrete slab. When you walk across the floor it gives slightly and I am looking to drill in 2 holes, 1 to apply this product and the 2nd to allow a vent.

Can this product be used to fill in a void under my wooden floors? The void is a low spot in the concrete slab. When you walk across the floor it gives slightly and I am looking to drill in 2 holes, 1 to apply this product and the 2nd to allow a vent.
Asked by: Jason
Hi Jason, Sikadur CrackFix would not be the right product for this application. however, we do have products that can be used for this. Please feel free to reach out to our Technical Service Department for further assistance.
Answered by: Sika Retail Rep
Date published: 2022-01-04

roughly how large a crack will this fill? like 4ft by1/8" wide by 8"deep?

Asked by: Artie
Probably need 6-8 tubes for that size crack. It runs like water.
Answered by: JakeB
Date published: 2021-10-28

Can dur Crack Fix be used with your Concrete Crack Injection Fix Kit instead of the Sika Fix PU for a structural foundation crack repair?

Asked by: Artie
I am not sure, when I used sikadur crack fix fir floor cracks, it was very liquidy like water. I guess not good for walls.
Answered by: Abc123
Date published: 2021-10-20

Would you recommend Crack Fix for repairing a crack in the garage floor that runs the full width of the garage? The crack is roughly 1/4 to 1/2 inch wide and 1 inch deep. Crack Flex is not available in our area of western Canada.

Asked by: Blue
Thank you for your inquiry. I would recommend that you grind out the crack to 1/2” wide and 1” deep and apply a backer rod material ( at least 3/4” in diameter) into the crack and leave no more than 1/2” depth on top of the backer rod. Then applying Sikaflex self-leveling sealant into the joint. Let cure at least 10 days before foot or vehicle traffic. Make sure to wipe clean the crack before applying sealant so there is no dust present that would impede the bond of the sealant to the concrete. You should also realize that if the crack is dynamic ( still moving seasonally or otherwise) that it could continue to grow and this could be a sign that there is a significant deficiency in the slab, for which a repair as described above may only last a short time.
Answered by: Customer Support
Date published: 2021-09-07

Can I use this to seal a horizontal hairline crack in the bowl of a fountain.

Asked by: Phoebe
Thank you for your inquiry. Crack fix may be used for this application. However, you will need to make sure that the underside of the crack ( bottom of bowl) is sealed with a thin layer of Sakrete Fast Patch to ensure the Crack Fix does not flow through the top of the crack and spill out the bottom of the crack. It is a very low viscosity material which flows similar to water. If the crack does not appear to go right through the bowl, then the underside patching is not necessary. When using Crack Fix saturate the crack area, let it a absorb for a couple hours, then wipe the excess from the surface of the crack.
Answered by: Customer Support
Date published: 2021-08-03
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