Concrete Repair Stick - 115gm
Fast curing putty for stones, bricks & masonry repairs.
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- Instant and long lasting repairs to all kinds of stone, concrete, bricks and masonry.
- Perfect for patching holes, repairing cracks and rejoining broken parts.
- Fast curing and easy to use with no tools required.
- Use just the amount you require; no complex mixing.
Concrete Repair Stick is the fast, simple and easy way to make repairs to concrete, bricks, sandstone, stone and all kinds of masonry surfaces. Manufactured from epoxy resin filled with ceramic fibres, Concrete Repair Sticks are soft and pliable when you take them out of the tube but, once applied, set hard like concrete. They also are grey in colour so that they match their surrounds and can be used indoors and outdoors.
Weicon Concrete Repair Sticks are dead simple to use and require no complex mixing. Just cut off the amount you want, knead it in your hands and apply. Concrete Repair Stick will be hard after about 60 minutes, bond to many plastics, ceramics, glass, wood and metals (as well as all kinds of stone and masonry), cure with almost no shrinkage and withstand temperatures up to 120°C.
Applications for Concrete Repair Stick
- Repairs to chipped or broken brickworks, concrete slabs, stone and tiles
- Crack filling and repair
- Secure chipped or broken off parts
- Repairs to statues, kerbstones, borders and ornaments
- Smooth out unwanted steps or irregular surfaces
- Repair and fixing of marble, granite, sandstone and more
- Also used for repairs to ceramic surfaces, glass, metal, wood and many plastics
- Bonding and fixing broken pavers back into place
How do I store any putty I don’t use?
In our experience, the best way to store unused Weicon Concrete Repair Stick is to put it back in the tube it came in, put the lid back on and either keep in a cool, dark and dry place of maybe even in the fridge.
What should I do to prepare the surface?
Great question. To maximise adhesion, it’s really important to properly prepare the bonding surface by ensuring it is clean and dry. Try to get rid of any dust or loose wood particles (especially on things like bricks) as this will interfere with the putties ability to bond to the actual surface. There’s a lot more information on surface preparation and application on both the Technical Data Sheet and the guide included with each pack.
Can I sand it once it’s cured?
Yes, once fully cured you can sand, drill or tap our Weicon Repair Sticks. We’ve seen them tapped so accurately you can repeatedly thread a bolt into it in fact.
What does pot life mean?
The amount of time you have to work with the material before it starts to cure.
Can it be painted?
Yes, once fully cured. All our Weicon Repair Sticks can be painted.
|Metal (e.g. stainless steel, brass, cast iron, aluminium)||Compatible|
|Hard Plastics* (e.g. epoxy laminates, rigid PVC)||Compatible|
|Wood (e.g. oak, beech, spruce, balsa)||Compatible|
|Derived Timber Products (e.g. plywood, MDF)||Compatible|
|Fibre Reinforced Materials (e.g. GFRP, CFRP, Fibreglass)||Compatible|
|Stone (e.g. granite, brick, concrete, marble)||Highly Compatible|
|Rubber Elastomers||Not Compatible|
*Performance will vary depending on the exact type of plastic being bonded. Generally, low surface energy plastics will be much harder to bond to then high surface energy (such as rigid PVC).
|Colour||Grey (Once Cured)|
|Continuous Operating Temperature||-50°C to 120°C|
|Short-Term Operating Temperature||150°C (2 Hours Maximum)|
|Maximum Gap Filling||15mm|
|Basis||Epoxy Resin with Ceramic Fillers|
|Pot Life (for 25gm at 20°C)||6 Minutes|
|Handling Strength (35% of Final)||15 Minutes|
|Mechanical Strength (50% of Final)||60 Minutes|
|Final Strength (100%)||24 Hours|
|Shore Hardness||80 Shore D|
|Dielectric Strength||3 kV/mm|
|IMPA Reference Number||75.530.15 (57gm) / 75.530.16 (115gm)|
|ISSA Reference Number||81 29 67 (57gm) / 81 29 68 (115gm)|
|Unit Of Measure||ea|