Abojet® Crack-Injection System: “Weld” Cracked Structural Elements Back Together.
Uses: Restore monolithic integrity to cracked structural elements by injecting an epoxy compound into cracked to fill and “weld” it back together. Seals foundations and below grade walls against water seepage. The Abojet series of resins is most commonly used in the restoration of load-bearing walls such as foundations, retaining walls, abutments, swimming pools, dams, decks, silos, bridge piers, columns, domes, concrete pipes, and tanks.
Features and Benefits: Since Abojet bonds permanently and is stronger than concrete, the “welded” wall can be stronger than the original. It is the perfect solution where structural requirements cannot be compromised and a dependable cost-effective alternative to demolition.
The Abojet Crack Injection Process: The Abojet system consists of a resin and hardener packaged in a single cartridge. When the barrier separating them is plunged, the mixture begins to harden. Injected into a crack or cavity, it hardens within minutes or longer depending on temperature. The hardened system is dimensionally stable and virtually shrink-free.
Abojet 8610-1 meets ASTM C881 Type III, Grade 1, Class B, C.
Abojet 8610-3 meets ASTM C881 Types I and II, Grade 1, Class B, C.
Abojet 8702-3 meets ASTM C881 Type II, Grade 2, Class B, C.
Each 10 fluid ounce cartridge fills 18 cubic inches; nozzles included. Cartridges and nozzles sold separately for quart and gallon volume packaging.
|8610-3||< .5 in (1 cm)|
|8702-3||> .5 in (1 cm)|
Questions and answers of the customers
Q I have a 100 plus year old reinforced concrete floor/ceiling in my garage that is cracking at som... answer nowA
Please call our technical department at 800-445-1754 for further assistance.
Q Can you use it on concrete block pillars that are load bearing? 110 year old square block columns... answer nowA
Abojet is a structural wall crack injection product. Once you open the cartridge and mix the curing process will begin. You may be able to use Aboweld 55-1 for your project.
Q I have a concrete basement floor that leaks, from hydrostatic pressure. Water comes up through th... answer nowA Please call our technical department at 800-445-1754 for assistance.