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Tech Data

Injecta Seal

 
 

 

Packaging This two-part epoxy is dispensed through a single cartridge system and is available in 2 packs, 6 packs, and 12 packs.
Appearance/Color
Clear Amber
Flammability Flammable
Drying Time (3-5 mils) Tack free in: 1.5-2 hours (at 90°F, 32°C); 3-3.5 hours (at 73°F, 23°C); 14-16 hours at 40°F (4°C).
Toxicity Toxic
Mixing Ratio 2:1 by volume (Component A to Component B)
Viscosity (Mixed) ~375 cps
Pot Life ~25 minutes (60 gram mass)
Vapor Pressure N/A
Vapor Density >AIR
Flash Point >220°F (104°C)
Melting Point N/A
Boiling Point N/A
Autoignition Temperature N/A
Coverage 10.7-11 cu. in. (175-180 ml) of usable epoxy resin
Solubility N/A
Evaporation Rate Slower Than Ether
Material Stability Stable
Extinguishing Media Water Spray (Fog), Foam, Dry Chemical, CO2
VOC Content 21.8 grams/liter
Percent VOCs 2.0
Storage Conditions Store at 40°F-95°F (4°C-35°C); Condition material to 60°F-75°F (15°C-24°C) before using.
Shelf Life 2 Years

 

Tensile Properties (ASTM D-638)
 

7 day Tensile Strength
Elongation at Break 6.9%
7,000 psi (48.3 MPa)

 

Flexural Properties (ASTM D-790)
 

14 day Flexural Strength (Modulus of Rupture)
Tangent Modulus of Elasticity in Bending
11,000 psi (75.9 MPa)
3.1 x 105 psi (2,139 MPa)

 

Shear Strength (ASTM D-732)

14 day Shear Strength 4,800 psi (33.1 MPa)

 

Heat Deflection Temperature (ASTM D-648)

7 day [fiber stress loading = 264 psi (1.8 MPa)] 121°F (49°C)

 

Bond Strength (ASTM C-882): Hardened concrete to hardened concrete

2 day (moist cure) Bond Strength 1,300 psi (9.0 MPa)
14 day (moist cure) Bond Strength 1,350 psi (9.3 MPa)

 

Water Absorption (ASTM D-570)
 

7 day (24 hour immersion) 0.27%

 

Compressive Properties (ASTM D-695)
 

Compressive Strength, psi (MPa) 40°F (4°C)* 73°F (23°C)* 90°F (32°C)*
4 hour - - -
8 hour - 180 (1.2) 3,200 (22.1)
16 hour - 4,500 (31.1) 6,300 (43.5)
1 day - 6,000 (41.4) 9,100 (62.8)
3 day 4,000 (27.6) 9,000 (62.1) 10,500 (72.5)
7 day 6,800 (46.9) 11,000 (75.9) 10,500 (72.5)
14 day 10,300 (71.1) 12,000 (82.8) 10,500 (72.5)
28 day 12,400 (85.6) 13,000 (89.7) 10,500 (72.5)

 

Compressive Modulus
 

7 day 2.9 X 105 psi (2,000 MPa)

 

Tech Data Specific To Part A or Part B

Part A

Fire And Explosion Hazards None Known
Appearance/Color Light Yellow Liquid
Odor Mild Aromatic Odor
Packaging Density 9.33 pounds/gallon
Incompatible Materials Strong oxidizing materials, acids, and bases

Part B

Fire And Explosion Hazards Exposure to heat builds up pressure in closed containers
Appearance/Color Amber Liquid
Odor Amine Odor
Packaging Density 8.4 pounds/gallon
Incompatible Materials Strong oxidizing materials, acids, and epoxy resins under uncontrolled conditions

Instructions

How to Use

Surface Preparation

Surface must be clean, dry and sound. Remove dust from crack by brushing or by blowing clean with oilfree compressed air.

Cartridge Set-Up

Remove twist-cap and port plug from top of cartridge. Press one of enclosed “flow restrictors” into opening. Insert one of the enclosed static mixers through twist-cap and attach to threading. Insert Injecta Seal cartridge into good quality caulking gun. Point upward during initial squeeze of gun’s trigger to purge any entrapped air. As mixed resin approaches end of mixer, discard rest of initial squeeze and portion of next squeeze to ensure uniform blend of adhesive components.

Application To gravity feed cracks –

Blow vee-notched crack clean with oil-free compressed air. Dispense Injecta Seal slowly into vee-notched crack. Continue placement until completely filled. Seal underside of slab prior to filling if cracks reflect through.

To inject cracks –

Set appropriate injection ports. Seal ports and surface of crack with an epoxy adhesive seal. After it has cured, inject Injecta Seal with slow steady pressure.

Limitations –

Minimum substrate and ambient temperature 40°F (4°C). Maximum substrate temperature is 95°F (35°C).

  • Minimum age of concrete must be 21-28 days, depending on curing and drying conditions.
  • Do not apply over wet, glistening surface.
  • Not for injection of cracks subjected to osmotic or hydrostatic pressure during application.
  • Do not inject cracks greater than in. (6 mm)
  • Not an aesthetic product. Color may alter due to variations in lighting and/or UV exposure.

Warning –

Component ‘A’ – IRRITANT, SENSITIZER –

Avoid direct contact. Contains modified epoxy resin (CAS 25068-38-6), aromatic hydrocarbon blend (mixture) and Nonyl Phenol (CAS 84852-15-3). May cause eye/skin/respiratory irritations. Prolonged and/or repeated contact with skin may cause allergic reaction/ sensitization. Harmful if swallowed. HMIS Hazard Rating: H-2, F-1, R-0, PPE-C

Component ‘B’ – CORROSIVE, IRRITANT, SENSITIZER –

Avoid direct contact. Contains amines (mixture), aromatic hydrocarbon blend (mixture), Nonyl Phenol (CAS 84852-15-3) and Benzyl Alcohol (CAS 100-51-6). Causes eye/skin/respiratory irritations. Contact with eyes cause irreversible eye damage. Contact with skin causes severe burns. Prolonged and/or repeated contact may cause allergic reaction/sensitization. Harmful if swallowed. HMIS Hazard Rating: H-3, F-1, R-0, PPE-D Deliberate concentrations of vapors of ‘A’ and/or ‘B’ Components for purposes of inhalation are harmful and can be fatal. VOC Content (‘A’ + ‘B’) = 22 g/L

Handling and Storage –

Avoid direct contact with eyes and skin. Wear chemical-resistant clothing/gloves/goggles. Avoid breathing vapors. Use with adequate general and local ventilation. In absence of adequate ventilation, use a properly fitted, NIOSH-approved respirator. Wash thoroughly after handling product. Remove contaminated clothing and launder before reuse.

First Aid –

Eyes: Hold eyelids apart and flush thoroughly with water for 15 minutes.

Skin: Remove contaminated clothing. Wash skin thoroughly for 15 minutes with soap and water.

Inhalation: Remove person to fresh air.

Ingestion: Do not induce vomiting. In all cases, contact a physician immediately if symptoms persist.

Clean Up –

Uncured material can be removed with approved solvent. Follow solvent manufacturer’s instructions for use and warnings. Cured material (when Component ‘A’ combined with Component ‘B’) can only be removed mechanically. In case of spill, ventilate area and contain spill. Collect with absorbent material. Dispose of in accordance with current, applicable local, state and federal regulations.