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
What is the shelf life of aboweld 55-1?
Q What is the shelf life of aboweld 55-1? answer nowAsked by April 1, 2021 6:48 pmonAnswered by the admin
At least one year or longer as long as you've stored it a room temps with the lids sealed tightly.
I have a concrete pond that I had repaired quite a few years ago. I just found 2 spots where the top coat has come off. I need to seal them prior to me filling the pond back up. Which is the right product? Aboweld 55-1 or Abocrete?
Q I have a concrete pond that I had repaired quite a few years ago. I just found 2 spots where the ...... Read more answer nowAsked by May 15, 2020 5:59 pmonAnswered by the admin
You can use either one of them depends on the area you need to make the repair. Abocrete is a self-leveling fluid products. It can be used in a horizontal application. Aboweld 55-1 is a not slump adhesive past. It can be used horizontally or vertically.
I have some cracks in the Basement's concrete floor, which have been there for 10 to 24 years. Is the 55-1 the correct product for filling these cracks? Or should I be using something else?
- Can 55-1 be applied at 40 degrees F?
Q Can 55-1 be applied at 40 degrees F? answer nowAsked by February 25, 2020 6:38 amonAnswered by the admin Temperature should be at least 50 degrees F for several hours before and after application. Cooler temperatures will make it take longer for the product to cure. You can apply heat after application to accelerate the curing time.
I have a 4 by 8 post, mounted to a concrete pad and collar that provides partial support for a horizontal beam. I am going to repair the water damaged end of the post with Liquid Wood and WoodEpox. Would Aboweld 55-1 be suitable to repair and rebuild the concrete collar at the bottom? If so, I may need to apply it in layers to get the desired thickness (about 3/4 at the base, tapering up about three inches). For layering Aboweld how long should it cure before applying an additional layer? Thank you.
Q I have a 4 by 8 post, mounted to a concrete pad and collar that provides partial support for a ho...... Read more answer nowAsked by November 1, 2019 8:26 amonAnswered by the admin Not sure what a “collar” is. Send picture to email@example.com to the attention of technical support. Aboweld 55-1 can be applied in any thickness at one time.