Sag-Resistant Epoxy Paste for Concrete Repair. Use on Vertical and Horizontal Surfaces Without Forms.
Uses: Fill cracks, replace missing concrete, and permanently bond concrete and most rigid materials. Ideal for use in both industrial and home repairs. Restore columns, walls, ceilings, foundations, pools, rails, stair risers and treads, sculptures, and more. Also great for installing machinery, posts, precasts, and other structural components.
Features and Benefits: Aboweld 55-1 has tenacious adhesion and structural strength that make it suitable for even the most punishing environments. Its other impressive characteristics are:
- Underwater hardening
- Slump resistant up to 3/8″ thick on vertical surfaces
- Highly chemical resistant
Technical Characteristics: 1:1 ratio. Hardens in 1-6 hours depending on temperature. GREENGUARD Certified®. ASTM C881,TP I, III, Grd 3, Clss C. IL. Contact customer service for information on cold-weather hardeners.
This product is GreenGuard® Certified, meaning that is has been found to contain virtually no VOC’s (volatile organic compounds).
Customer Questions & Answers
Q Can I build up layers of Aboweld 55-1 to fill a 3” deep spalling of a foundation wall?Answered by the admin
Q Is the main difference between AboCrete and AboWeld is AboCrete is for horizontal surfaces and AboWeld is for vertical surfaces?Answered by the admin
Abocrete is a self-leveling product with a 4:1 mixing ratio used for things like sidewalks, driveways & concrete floors, to be used on horizontal surfaces. Aboweld 55-1 is a no slump adhesive paste with a 1:1 mixing ration which can be used on vertical and/or horizontal surfaces.
Q which is the recommended solvent for thinning and cleaning up the sticky aboweld-55? the paste should work well but for some of the smaller cracks on vintage concrete statuary may need something more liquid....thanks, barbAnswered by the admin
You can use Acetone or our Abosolv.
Q Can Aboweld be used to repair an antique marble funerary urn? If not, what do you recommend?Answered by the admin
Q In the above pictures, what is the final coating applied to the stepsAnswered by the admin
It's our Beige Abocrete with Beige Color Grit.