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Light Gray, Dark Gray, Beige, Brick Red, Clear Amber

Abocrete™ Kit

Liquid Epoxy Compound for Patching, Resurfacing, and Rebuilding Concrete. 

Uses:  Abocrete bonds, levels, fills, rebuilds, and resurfaces concrete and most rigid surfaces.  This versatile epoxy is blended with fine sand, creating a structural grout and filler that can be used for countless applications.  Repair industrial floors, docks, sidewalks, driveways, stairs, parking decks, and more.  Abocrete is perfect for fixing pitted, spalled, worn, or cracked concrete and is ideal for salt damage repairs.  It makes a great slip-resistant floor and deck coating by broadcasting sand or ColorGrit™ over the wet Abocrete.  It eliminates tripping hazards both at home and in the workplace.  Abocrete works great for anchoring posts and railings and installing machinery, precasts, columns, and more. Use with forms to rebuild steps and vertical columns.

Features and Benefits: Abocrete creates repairs that are permanent and cost-effective.  It is easy to mix and apply.  Blend in fine sand to create a cement-like epoxy compound that self-levels and is shrink-free. Thicken the compound by adding additional sand or aggregate.  Abocrete can be applied in any thickness for a finish that is stronger than concrete!  It is unaffected by salt water, oils, and chemicals that erode concrete.  It holds up well to heavy forklift and truck traffic.

Technical Characteristics:  Mixing ratio: 4 parts A to 1 part B.  Add sand to reach desired thickness.  Coverage: 1 gallon of Abocrete, without sand or aggregate, covers 80 sq. ft., 20 mils thick. One Abocrete kit with sand covers approximately 28 sq. ft., 1/8 in. thick.  Apply with simple hand tools or with a  brush, paint roller, or squeegee.  Pot life: approximately 20-30 minutes. Hardens in 1-5 hours depending on temperature. 100% epoxy solids. Contains no water or solvents.  Colors: choose from light gray, dark gray, clear amber, beige, or brick red.  Abocrete can be painted after hardening.

ASTM REFERENCE DATA

Clear ABOCRETE meets ASTM C881/C881M, Types I, II, Grade 1, Class C

Light Gray ABOCRETE meets ASTM C881/C881M, Type II, Grade 2, Class C

Dark Gray ABOCRETE meets ASTM C881/C881M, Types I, II, Grade 2 Class C

See product test data below.

This product is GreenGuard® Certified, meaning that it has been 3rd party verified to contain virtually no VOC’s (volatile organic compounds).

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For Cold/Sub-Freezing Weather or Wet Surfaces: Abocrete (A) can be blended with Abocure 7912-1 in a ratio of 2 parts by volume Abocrete (A) with 1 part by volume Abocure 7912-1 for patching and resurfacing.

PACKAGING: 

Abocrete Kit:  1 gallon liquid epoxy resin (Abocrete A), 1 quart liquid hardener (Abocrete B) and enough sand to make about 4 gallons of Abocrete compound, all packaged together in the same 5 gallon pail.  This kit also includes a paint mixing stick, an 8 fluid ounce plastic bottle with spout, disposable gloves, and plastic a putty knife.

Mini Abocrete Kit: 1 quart liquid epoxy resin (Abocrete A), 1/2 pint liquid hardener (Abocrete B) and enough sand to blend about 1 gallon of Abocrete compound, all packaged together in the same 2 gallon pail. This kit also includes a paint mixing stick, an 8 fluid ounce plastic bottle with spout, disposable gloves, and plastic a putty knife.

Abocrete (no sand): 1 gallon liquid epoxy resin (Abocrete A), 1 quart liquid hardener (Abocrete B).

Mini Abocrete Kit (no sand): 1 quart liquid epoxy resin (Abocrete A), 1/2 pint liquid hardener (Abocrete B).

Abocrete 6.25 Gallons (no sand): 5 gallons liquid epoxy resin (Abocrete A), 1 gallon liquid hardener (Abocrete B), 1 quart liquid hardener (Abocrete B).

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$178.40
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$66.95
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$163.75
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$48.85
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$699.75

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Customer Questions & Answers

    what primer or bonding agent do you recommend before the Abocrete is applied to a deeply spalled, 2 or 3 square foot area ( ~1/2 " or more deep ) in an industrial concrete floor? We used the abocrete without sand last year using no bonding agent and the patch only lasted about 3 months. We let it cure for a week before driving fork lifts over it. Should we use sand in the mix for increased strength ?
  1. Q what primer or bonding agent do you recommend before the Abocrete is applied to a deeply spalled,...... Read more answer now
    Asked by Paul on November 20, 2022 3:40 pm
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    You should make sure the area is complete clean, free of any dirt, oil etc prior to applying the product. You can use the PrimKote 8006-1 as a primer to the Abocrete. Addition of sand is desirable, especially in thicker sections. Thicker layer of unfilled resin may separate or crack .

  2. How do you get Abocrete to fill the end of a broken step so that it is square? Is there a way to use a form with Abocrete? What products can be used to clean surfaces sealed with Abocrete?
  3. Q How do you get Abocrete to fill the end of a broken step so that it is square? Is there a way to ...... Read more answer now
    Asked by El Greco on October 15, 2022 9:41 am
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    You can build a form and use a release agent on the form so that the Abocrete does not bond with it. You can use hot, soapy water to clean the surface of Abocrete after it cured.

  4. I want to resurface a garage apron, aprox 1.5 ft wide (salt damage) Should I use more sand to make the product thicker or should I leave it thinner? What would work better?
  5. Q I want to resurface a garage apron, aprox 1.5 ft wide (salt damage) Should I use more sand to mak...... Read more answer now
    Asked by Greg on August 4, 2022 1:50 pm
    Answered by the admin

    Please call our technical department at 800-445-1754 to discuss your application.

  6. I have an exposed aggregate pad about 8' X 8' at my front door. I can't stand to walk on it with bare feet. Here in GA shoes are optional year round! Can this product be poured on cleaned aggregate to sufficiently cover it and make it smooth? How much would I need to cover 64 sf to a depth of 3/8"? I believe that would be enough depth to make the surface smooth.
  7. Q I have an exposed aggregate pad about 8' X 8' at my front door. I can't stand to walk on it with ...... Read more answer now
    Asked by Mike Miles on July 14, 2022 7:01 pm
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    Yes, you can use the Abocrete for you concrete pad. Here is the coverage...

    Coverage: 1 gallon of Abocrete, without sand or aggregate, covers 80 sq. ft., 20 mils thick. One Abocrete kit with sand covers approximately 28 sq. ft., 1/8 in. thick. 

  8. Hello from Ohio - my garage floor is pockmarked from salt, I watched the video - so the total products I would need would be? My garage dimensions are 19 ft, 6 in wide, and 38 ft in lenght. - Thank you!
  9. Q Hello from Ohio - my garage floor is pockmarked from salt, I watched the video - so the total pro...... Read more answer now
    Asked by Leo Dubois on May 23, 2022 2:57 pm
    Answered by the admin

    1 Gallon of mixed Abocrete will cover approximately 231 cubic inches or 160 square feet with a skim coat. You can refer to the TDS here, https://www.abatron.com/product/abocrete-kit/, for coverage with sand ratios.

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Customer Reviews

  1. peter tarwid

    Used on exterior, high traffic restaurant walk and, after a harsh winter, still like new. Nice! Definitely trying their other products for repairs.

  2. Charlie Sand

    Great stuff!

  3. Dan

    Use it years ago made every doubting Thomas eat there words

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