Yes you could use this for your application or consider using SAKRETE fast patch.
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SAKRETE Pre-Mixed Concrete Patch can be used directly
from the container. Use this product to smooth unsightly
surface defects, minor cracks and holes. SAKRETE PreMixed Concrete Patch adheres tightly to the sides of
properly-prepared cracks and joints, to help keep out
moisture, thus reducing pavement break-up caused by freezethaw action. Use this product for filling and sealing cracks*
or surfaces**, in concrete. This product may also be used for
residential repairs of masonry walls and re-application of small
broken pieces of concrete, or for tuck-pointing brick mortar
FEATURES & BENEFITS
• Ready-to-use; no mixing or dilution required
• Fills and seals cracks up to 1” (2.5 cm) wide
• Extends the life of concrete areas
• Maintains bond and elasticity through extreme weather
• Easy to apply
• 20 to 40 minute skim time
• Vertical and horizontal patches
• Interior and exterior uses
• Concrete or masonry surfaces
• Repairs to rough surfaces and holes
SAKRETE fast-patch is a pre-blended, fast-setting, non shrinking, high strength, cement mixture designed to facilitate
fast and easy concrete and masonry repairs. Use for applications
where a thickness of 5 cm (2 inches) or less is required. Sets
in minutes and may be driven on in only 2 hours. By adding
gravel, SAKRETE fast-patch can be used for repairs exceeding
5 cm (2 inches) thick.
FEATURES & BENEFITS
• Sets in minutes
• High strength
Ideal for fast repairs to concrete sidewalks, curbs, driveways,
floors, steps, parking garages, loading docks, highway
structures, pre-cast units and concrete pipe. May also be used
to anchor posts, parking meters and guard rails.
Mix and substrate temperatures should be maintained between
5 ºC and 30 ºC (40 ºF and 86 ºF) for at least 24 hours prior to
and 48 hours after.
Surface Preparation: Surfaces to be repaired must be
structurally sound and clean. Remove all delaminated or
unsound concrete by chipping with a hammer and chisel,
or by using a stiff wire brush. Clean the area to be repaired
with potable water, leaving the concrete saturated but free
of standing water. Some very porous concretes may require
several applications of water to ensure complete saturation.
Mixing: Place a small amount of SAKRETE fast-patch in a
clean container and add cold, clean water until the mix is like a
slurry. Brush or broom this slurry coat over the dampened repair
area to act as a prime. Then, place remaining contents into a
clean mixing container. Add approximately 120 mL (4 oz) of
clean water per 1 KG (2.2 lb), or enough to achieve a workable
mix (mortar consistency like putty). Do not mix longer than 1
minute. Avoid a soupy mix. Excess water reduces strength and
durability, and can cause cracking. In cold weather, use warm
water to accelerate the set. In hot weather, use cold water to
slow the set.
Discard any product that sets up. For repairs greater than
5 cm (2 inches) in depth, add fine gravel that is 1.25 cm
(1/2 inches) or smaller, at a rate of 0.5 KG (1.1 lb) per 1 KG
(2.2 lb) of SAKRETE fast-patch. The gravel and SAKRETE
fast-patch should be dry mixed together before adding the
Placing: After mixing, use a trowel and apply over slurry coat
while it is still wet. Force the mixture into the roughened repair
area. For deep repairs, rod and tamp to eliminate voids in the
patch. Level and smooth the patched area at once.
Anchoring Posts and Poles: After mixing, position the post
in the hole and pour in mix. Align post using a level and check
the vertical position. There is no need to brace; SAKRETE
fast-patch will stiffen almost immediately. Do not rework once
the mix has set.
Curing means maintaining proper moisture and temperature.
Under normal temperatures, keep the repair damp by spraying
with a fine mist of water or cover with a plastic sheet for at least
30 minutes. When exposed to high heat, direct hot sunlight,
dampen and keep covered for at least 24 hours to protect repair
from rapid drying.
Initial Set: approximately 20 minutes
2 Hour 7 MPa (1000 psi)
7 Day 30 MPa (4350 psi)
28 Day 50 MPa (7250 psi)
Concrete must be fully cured (approximately 28 days) and
dry before painting. Refer to paint manufacturer directions for
Date de publication: 2020-06-12