Deep Pour Epoxy Grout is a high strength industrial epoxy grout designed for grouting and anchoring in thicknesses of up to 12 inches. This three component epoxy grout eliminates costly failures due to curing cracks, expansion, corrosion and oil degradation. Deep Pour Epoxy Grout features negligible shrinkage, excellent resistance to a broad range of chemical and abrasive conditions, vibration, torque loads, high impact and other stresses to provide outstanding load bearing stability. Deep Pour Epoxy Grout complements our Thin Pour and Liquid Flow Epoxies which can be used when access under the base is one inch or less.
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Deep Pour Epoxy Grout
Features & Benefits
- High strength
- Resists impact and vibration
- Fast setting formulation
- Eliminates curing cracks
- Provides dimensional stability
- Negligible shrinkage
- Excellent chemical resistance
- Reduces long term maintenance costs
- U.S.D.A. approved for incidental food contact
Deep Pour Epoxy Grout is perfect for grouting, re-grouting and anchoring heavy equipment exposed to impact, vibration, torque load and other stresses. Applications include:
- Equipment bases
- Tower and turbine bases
- Equipment or bar anchoring
- Precision alignment of equipment
- Rebuilding equipment foundations
- Heavy vibration applications
- Setting of rotating equipment
- Crane rails
- Chemical exposure
Deep Pour should be used when clearances are 3/4 in. or more, and can be poured up to 12 in. deep in one lift. For deeper pours, contact Indcon for technical support.
Standard general purpose epoxy grout designed for deeper pour. Ideal for filling bases of larger pumps where vibration and impact are expected to be an issue. Best used where the access is open and the ability to flow into place is less important.
Deep Pour Epoxy Grout is packaged in 0.5 and 1.0 cubic foot units. The resin is packed in a pail and the hardener is packed in a bottle. The aggregate is packed in special water resistant bags.