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Finalcrete is a Two-Component Polymer Based Cement Compound

Description

Finalcrete is a two-component polymer based cement mortar designed for thin overlayments use on concrete in civil, commercial and industrial concrete repair and restoration applications.
Finalcrete offers variable mix designs allowing for use horizontally, vertically and overhead for trowel, squeegee or spray applications.

Where to Use

Finalcrete can be used for interior or exterior uses including:

  • concrete floors
  • driveways
  • walkways
  • parkades
  • bridge repair
  • curbs
  • monuments
  • wading pools
  • reservoirs
  • agricultural containment walls
  • virtually any concrete surface requiring resurfacing.

It can be used on, above or below grade.

Lasts longer than traditional parge & works well on:

  • ICF
  • concrete formed walls
  • concrete block

Advantages

  • Excellent adhesion with no failure at the bond line under strain
  • Provides improved concrete durability, strength and appearance
  • Resists water, acid rain, urine, manure and the effects of de-icing salts
  • No primer required on substrate before use, sticks to most surfaces
  • Quick curing time for fast time to service
  • Can be used as an underlayment or topcoat tinted and architecturally finished
  • Variable mix consistency offering superb workability
  • Use conventional tools trowel, spray, brush, or squeegee
  • Cures in damp conditions & at low temps, easy clean-up with water
  • Fill from deep cracks to feather edge, thickness up to 6” in 2” lifts

Technical Data

(Tested According to Applicable ASTM Standards +/- 10%)

  • Compressive Strength:
    • 24-hour 16 MPa (2338 psi) / 28-day 41 MPa (5943 psi)
  • Flexural Strength:
    • 4.96 MPa (719.1 psi)
  • Shear Bond:
    • 30.91 MPa (4483.22 psi)
  • Average Coverage:
    • One bag toweled at 1/8’’ (3.18mm) is minimum 39 sq ft (3.62 sq m)
  • Pot Life:
    • 15-20 minutes after adding Dry B to Liquid A and mixing at 20ºC (68ºF)
  • Working Time:
    • Initial set time is 30-50 minutes at 20ºC (68ºF)