Concrete Joint Filler / Patch
Concrete joint filler and patching products are used to treat concrete expansion joints, or for fine crack filling and concrete patching, prior to installing a resinous coating or mortar system. Protective Industrial Polymers offers an array of concrete joint filler and patching products.
These concrete joint filler products are fully-compatible with all of our polymer coating and mortar products and systems. Additionally, these products can be used on both vertical and horizontal concrete and block substrates.
We will work closely with our contractor partners to specify and install concrete joint filler solutions that meet your requirements throughout your facility.
Epoxy Joint Filler
Protect JF-Epoxy is a three-component, flexible epoxy joint filler. Packaging is available in pails for machine or hand mixing. Protect JF-Epoxy has superior chemical resistance, thermal shock resistance making it ideal for use as a control joint filler for concrete joints and epoxy mortar as well as standard concrete horizontal surface cracks.
Polyurea Joint Filler
Protect JF-Polyurea is an interior, self- leveling, plural component, 100% solids, rapid curing, polyurea horizontal joint filler. It is used to quickly fill interior control joints, random cracks, and freezer door thresholds. It also provides protection against deterioration of joint edges/shoulders in heavy, hard wheel traffic areas.
Protect Fine Patch
Epoxy Fine Crack, Patching and Block Fill Material
Protect Fine Patch is a two or three-component, 100% solids, low odor, epoxy resin fine patching material. Protect Fine Patch may be used for fine crack filling, patching or use as a cinder block wall filler.
Protect Cove Mortar
Vertical Epoxy Cove Mortar
Protect Cove Mortar is a three component 100% solids, epoxy resin mortar mix designed to primarily inlay a continuous, seamless, vertical cove in conjunction with an epoxy floor mortar or coating system. Mix designs are prescribed using both standard silica sand aggregates and decorative quartz aggregates.