Rust-oleum Epoxy Repair Mortar 5180 is an incredibly tough, two component epoxy resin mortar for repairing damaged, dished or dangerous flooring.
- Stands up to heavy traffic and many chemicals
- For repairing eroded or damaged concrete, bay edges and broken steps
- Resistant against heavy abrasion and impact
- Suitable for heavy traffic
- Excellent temperature, chemical and solvent resistance
- Easy all-in-1 packaging
- For indoor and outdoor use
- Application wet-on-wet on 5120 Tack Primer
Ideal for repairing:
- Eroded or damaged concrete
- Bay edges
- Broken steps
|Application Method ||Trowel |
|VOC Level ||0g / Litre |
|Coverage ||12m² / Litre |
|Touch Dry ||3 - 6 Hours @ 20°C |
|Maintenance Cycle ||1 Year |
|Thinning & Cleaning ||Rust-Oleum Thinner 160 |
|Number of Coats ||1 |
Surface Preparation: Concrete and stone surfaces should be dry and free from previous coatings, contaminants and loose material and at least four weeks old. Very smooth concrete or concrete with soft laitance should be etched with Rust-Oleum® Surfa-Etch 108. Grease or oil should be removed
with Rust-Oleum® Alkaline Cleaner ND14 and the area thoroughly washed off and allowed to become completely dry.
Typical Use: For repair damaged, dished or dangerous concrete or stone floors.
Application: Trowel vigorously over the prepared surface. Final levelling should be carried out with a steel float. To prevent ‘drag’ it is advisable to wipe the blade of the tool frequently with a rag moistened (but not saturated) with white spirit.The working life of the mixed product is half to one hour depending on temperature. If the product is used past its working life, trowelling will become difficult and adhesion reduced.
The pack contains a granular resinous material and one or more bottles (depending on the packaging size) of curing agent. Mix the granular resinous material with the curing agent on a board. It is important that mixing should be carried out very thoroughly. The ratio of resin to curing agent is critical and the mixing of part packs is not recommended.
Temperature of material, air and substrate between 10 and 35°C and relative humidity below 85%. The substrate temperature must be at least 3°C above dew point.