- Roads and Highways
- All Airfield Pavements
- Industrial Hardstandings
- Surface Car Parks
|SOFTENING POINT BS2000 Part 58:1998||95±5 °C|
|SPECIFIC GRAVITY||Approx. 2.2|
|FLOW RESISTANCE BS 2499 Part 3:1993||3mm max|
|FLEXIBILITY ASTM D3583(Mod)||No surface cracking or crazing|
|SKID RESISTANCE||Approx. 60 SRV|
|TENSILE ADHESION||≥ 0.5N/mm|
|TEXTURE DEPTH||≥ 1.5mm|
|MAX. SAFE HEATING TEMP.||220 ° C|
|APPLICATION TEMP.||185°C ± 10°C|
|INSTALLATION TEMP. RANGE||0-35°C|
- Cost effective alternative to patching
- Rapid cure
- Regulates surface defects
- High friction surface finish
- Hard wearing thin-bond repair
- Versatile material
- Apply any time of year
- High performance
- Prevents foreign object damage (FOD)
- No waste
Installation shall only be carried out at a road surface temperature >5°C.
Any repairs in concrete must be primed with Crete- Prime. Ensure the primed surface is cured (approximately 15 minutes) before application.
The hot Ultra-Screed material is applied to the defective area using a screed mould. If the defective area requires pre-filling prior to the final screed then the void should first be filled with Ultra-Screed in lifts not exceeding 20mm. Additional layers may be built up using this method to leave a suitable level for the final screed. The final screed must be applied to ensure adequate skid resistance.
Cure time is approximately 30 minutes depending on ambient temperature and the depth of the repair. During the curing period no disturbance or trafficking of the material shall be permitted.