Roadware will be exhibiting in the World of Concrete 2011. This will be our 11th year at the show. Our booth will be in the South Hall S11847 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
For free exhibits only registration, use source code A20 when filling out the online registration form. This code is courtesy of the American Society of Concrete Contractors.
Click here to register for the World of Concrete.
|DIY Network filming a segment in the Roadware booth at the World of Concrete 2009.
How often have you run into this problem? Industrial railings that have been split apart due to age, abuse, or weather damage. With a few special techniques, you can repair these problems with Roadware 10 Minute Concrete Mender™.
Clean the repair area with a wire brush or by sandblasting. Remove as much of the rust as possible. It is also a good idea to spray the the steel railing with a rust neutralizer.
Make a simple form out of blue foam board, and duct tape or most anything plastic. Do not use wood, Concrete Mender will permanently bond the wood to your railing base.I made that mistake years ago and had to chip, grind and sand the wood off the face of the concrete.
Make your repair by pouring 10 Minute Concrete Mender™ bulk mixed with sand in from the top. Allow to cure and finish the surface with a stone or grinder.
Add a quick coating of a latex cement coating and your finished. You may also make repairs around railings with Roadware Flexible Cement II™ if the railing is made aluminum and requires more thermal contraction and expansion properties.