UltraBond e132 is two part 100% epoxy tie coat for bonding freshly mixed concrete and mortars to existing hardened concrete and structural substrates.
Mixing proportions by weight
1 Hardener:2 Resin
+4°C to +35°C
± 30minutes @ 20°C
Heat Distortion Temperature
FEATURES & BENEFITS
• High tensile strength & flexural strength • Excellent adhesion to concrete, metal and most porous surfaces • Non shrink • Vibration resistant • Moisture tolerant
• Adheres to concrete, steel, brick, block, fibre cement sheet, existing epoxy coatings. • Structural bonding to porous substrates • Bonding of new concrete screeds to existing floors • Bonding of plaster toppings and tile bedding mortars to existing substrates
TRADES & APPLICATIONS
Bonding New Concrete to Old
Bonding Cement Render to Brick, Block & Concrete
Refer to the Technical Data Sheets and MSDS for further detailed installation instructions and precautions.
Concrete must have a minimum of 7 days cureSurface must be clean, sound, dry and free from any loose coatings/particles or surface contaminates such as grease, oil, chemicals, paint, rust or curing membranes
For best results, ensure the components are between +5°C and + 29°C prior to mixing. Premix both components seperately to a homogenous consistency. Place the correct proportion of Component A and Component B into a clean container with flat wall and bottom.
It is recommended where possible to always use whole units.If part units are required then accurately measure by weight
Mix thoroughly for a minimum of 3 minutes using a low speed drill (450-600 rpm) and a mixing paddle. Keep the paddle below the surface material to avoid entrapment of air. After 3 minutes, carefully scrape the sides and bottom to ensure thorough mixing, then continue to mix for a further 2 minutes until a uniformly mixed, even consistency is achieved.
Apply using brush or roller to uniform thin layer on the “host” substrate, ensuring the product is worked well into the existing surface. Larger volumes can be spread using a squeegee and then laid off with a roller.
Remove any standing water and make sure UltraBond e132 is worked well into damp surfaces. UltraBond e132 should be applied just prior to the addition of fresh concrete or mortar topping i.e. UltraBond e132 should be ‘tacky ‘and still within its open time.
Bond strength will not be achieved if the surface is no longer ‘tacky’ and a recoat will be required within 24 hours.