All-Purpose Adhesive Epoxy Gel.
Uses: Aboweld 55-22 is an extremely versatile adhesive and is ideal for bonding, filling and patching a wide variety of substrates. It can be used on stone, concrete, masonry, metal, ceramics, glass, fiberglass, and more.
Features and Benefits: Aboweld 55-22 can be used for both interior and exterior applications. It creates a tenacious, high-strength bond to virtually any surface. It is easy to mix and apply and resists sagging on vertical surfaces. Aboweld 55-22 is free of any solvents and is non-shrinking.
Technical Characteristics: Mixing Ratio: 2 volumes of part A to 1 volume of part B. Color: translucent gel. Apply by brush, paint roller, trowel, or squeegee. Pot life: 1-2 hours depending on temperature and amount mixed. Hardens in 2 or more hours depending on temperature. 100% solids.
Note: 15 fluid oz. cartridge requires a two-chamber caulk gun to dispense.
TYPICAL TEST RESULTS
|Hardness, Shore D||>80|
Customer Questions & Answers
can this product be painted?
Q can this product be painted? Thanks. answer nowAsked by September 19, 2019 1:49 pmonAnswered by the admin
Yes. Just be sure the scuff up the surface prior to painting.
I am considering Aboweld 55-22 for my project of restoring some marble slabs that are surface mounted around a shower enclosure. I have removed them from the substrate and a few of them broke along natural veining in the marble. The broken surfaces are clean and generally fit tight together; however, there are a few joints where a thicker glue wood fill very small gaps (1mm or less). A colorless product would be preferable since a few of the gaps may be visible on the surface joints but not a requirement. I could manage this with epoxy filler that I plan to use to fill a few minor voids on the surface of the marble. Let me know your thoughts regarding this product or an alternative. Thank you.
- Hello, I have a Rubbermaid stock tank with a large piece broken and is missing. 6"X4" roughly, typically when I get a crack in these tanks I can just melt the crack back together and have had good luck doing that. The problem I have is the piece I need to patch it with is missing. I have tried to use fiberglass in the past and it works for a little while then gives out. I was thinking I could build a form with tape and use this epoxy to fill the form let it cure and remove the tape or just leave the tape if it doesn't come loose from the tape? I haven't found an epoxy that will bond to the structural foam these tanks are made from and thought I'd see if yours would work? Thanks
- Would the 55-22 product work well for install Ceramic pool tiles to the fiberglass pool wall (about half the tile is under the water level)?
Q Would the 55-22 product work well for install Ceramic pool tiles to the fiberglass pool wall (abo...... Read more answer nowAsked by December 6, 2017 8:15 amonAnswered by the admin
This will not be the best product for your application because it will slump on a vertical surface. Call technical support for assistance in selecting a more compatible product. 800-445-1754
Would this product work best for gluing a safe to a concrete floor? If not, which one?
Q Would this product work best for gluing a safe to a concrete floor? If not, which one? answer nowAsked by November 14, 2017 9:39 amonAnswered by the admin
What is the area of the safe that you would cover with an epoxy adhesive? Without knowing more, my product choice is Aboweld 55-1.