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The PC Products PC-Concrete is a two-part epoxy adhesive paste used to fill and repair cracks in concrete and to anchor threaded rods, bolts, and dowels into concrete, grout-filled block, and unreinforced masonry in indoor and outdoor applications. The epoxy is made from a high-tack paste that resists moisture for application in damp environments and can be used in vertical applications. After maximum curing, it creates a high-strength bond that will hold during expansion and contraction of concrete. The paste can be painted, stained, and machined, and is nontoxic and nonconductive after it has been cured. PC-Concrete meets American Society for Testing and Materials International (ASTM) C881-99 standards.
|Application temperature range||35 to 115 degrees F|
|Service temperature range||-20 to +115 degrees F|
|Working time||20 minutes (at 75 degrees F)|
|Time until cured||4 hours (at 75 degrees, also dependent on humidity and application size)|
Protective Coating Company manufactures products to repair and restore various materials, including wood and concrete. The company, founded in 1954, is headquartered in Allentown, PA.
* Standard, 2-part epoxy
* Easy dispensors
* Not as much as you'd think
This is standard, 2-part epoxy. Read more
trying to put in a horizontal hole No nozzle to mix as it comes out. Would not buy again
Not mention in description that no nozzle came with putchase
Bought this epoxy to hang my television over my stone fireplace and it works like a charm. Bracket is as stable as it can be. Read morePublished 6 months ago by teeke white
The epoxy worked perfect in repairing a large crack in my concrete step made by this terrible winter that we finally finished with.Published 6 months ago by Thomas Smith