Spal-Pro RS 65 is a rapid-setting two-component polyurea polymer liquid of 100% solids content that is specifically designed to seal floor joints in concrete floors in commercial/retail facilities that are exposed to pedestrian/cart traffic and very limited material handling traffic.
In addition, this heavy-duty, semi-rigid polyurea joint “sealant” can be used to fill and protect contraction and construction joints in retail or commercial concrete floors.
When treating areas that can’t afford a great deal of downtime, Spal-Pro RS 65 is the ideal solution. Floors at 70˚F that have been treated with Spal-Pro RS 65 can be reopened to full traffic in as little as sixty (60) minutes and light traffic in thirty (30) minutes.
Use Spal-Pro RS 65 with confidence on polished and stained floors. This product will fill joints and cracks, and it won’t smudge or smear during grinding or polishing, which can begin in as little as six (6) hours after filler placement at 70°F.
Spal-Pro RS 65 maintains a consistent color profile and resists fading and discoloration, making it an ideal solution in areas where there is concern about the overall look of the floor. Spal-Pro RS 65 is non-staining in normal slab surface conditions, so it does not exhibit the residual concrete staining often associated with other semi-rigid fillers.
Spal-Pro RS 65 has an extra benefit of providing antimicrobial protection to inhibit the growth of microbes, including viruses, bacteria, and fungi. This helps protect the health of facility occupants.
When cured, Spal-Pro RS 65 has a hardness of Shore A64-69. The lower Shower A hardness provides greater lateral movement capability to reduce the occurrence of filler separation voids normally associated with semi-rigid joint fillers when concrete shrinkage/joint opening occurs.
Spal-Pro RS 65 is intended for use where final temperatures are from 32˚F (0˚C) to +120˚F (49˚C).
LEED Compliant: Yes
Note: This product is intended for industrial use only. Use only in well-ventilated areas. Practice all normal job site safety precautions (clear work area, etc). Refer to MSDS and installation instructions for more information.
It is strongly recommend that you perform periodic ratio checks on power dispense units to ensure proper cure.
Polyol (Part A) material provided in pails should be thoroughly mixed to redistribute any settlement that may have occurred during shipping or storage. Cartridges should be shaken aggressively to accomplish same.
Pump tanks, lines and dispensing manifold should be clean and free of any residual materials remaining from previous filler installations.
Joints should be filled in one pass. Preferred method is to fill from bottom to top using a dispensing tip that fits into the joint. Take care not to entrap air bubbles. Slightly overfill the joint, leaving a crowned profile, and allow to cure.
We recommend testing various shave times to find the optimal shave which results in a filler profile that is flush with the floor’s surface and free of any film from material overfill. The crown may be easily razored off as early as 1 hour after placement, depending upon temperature. Best shave time for flush profile is typically 3-8 hours after placement but installer should assess project conditions to determine optimal shave time.
Spills of unmixed components can be cleaned up with solvent (MEK, denatured alcohol, etc) or scraped/shaved off floor and tools if cured.
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