Nufins Epicon Grout S
An unfilled grout for gap and crack widths between 0.25-6mm, also suitable for injection applications.
Epicon Grout S is based on solvent free epoxy resins, it is one of four epoxy grouts in the Epicon grout range, all of which are specified below. These grouts cover the majority of grouting and fixing applications encountered within civil engineering and the construction industry in general, where the mechanical properties must be of the highest order.
Tropical versions of the epoxy grout range are available for large pours and warmer climates. All of the grouts are designed to comply with the requirements of EN1504 Part 4.
The Epicon Grout Range:
Epicon Grout RT: A pourable grout for free flow gap grouting recommended for gaps over 25mm where low exotherm is of consideration.
Epicon Grout L: A pourable grout for free flow gap grouting recommended for gaps 20mm to 100mm.
Epicon Grout M: A lightly filled pourable grout for free flow gap grouting recommended for gaps between 5-40mm.
Epicon Grout S: An unfilled grout for gap and crack widths between 0.25-6mm, also suitable for injection applications.
Solvent free non-shrink system.
Suitable for use on damp structures.
Injection kit available to allow repairs to be completed quickly and simply.
Will penetrate gaps of width 0.25mm to 6mm.
Excellent performance in harsh environments.
Good chemical and water resistance.
0.91 litres approx. from one 1kg pack & 4.6 litres from one 5kg pack.
All surfaces should be free from chemical contamination, oil, grease and debris. Oil and grease can be removed by using Desolve. Concrete should be scarified or acid etched using Chemclean to remove any laitance. Steel surfaces should be grit blasted to remove rust and scale. All surfaces should be free from standing water.
The entire contents of the hardener tin should be poured into the base tin and slowly stirred using a pallet knife until the material is thoroughly mixed
Epicon Grout S is typically poured into horizontal cracks/gaps, however it can also be used to grout in machinery, bolts etc. When grouting under machinery the grout should be poured from one side only via a feed hopper. Care must always be taken to avoid air locking. The fixings should then be left undisturbed until the material has cured. All equipment should be cleaned using Nuwash immediately after use