Bill Neal of Neals Design recently repaired spalled and cracked concrete on the fly at a service station in Washington. A customer had broken an ankle stepping out of a truck into the badly spalled concrete. Bill was able to make the repair in minutes, eliminating the safety hazard without major disruption to the service station.
Roadware 10 Minute Concrete Mender is your go to product for making long-lasting repairs with minimal downtime. At 70 degrees F or 21C, A Concrete Mender repair can be ready for heavy truck traffic in about 10 minutes.
The ultra low viscosity Concrete Mender mixes very easily with manufactured sand or quartz. A tough and durable polymer concrete mortar can be mixed in a bucket by hand with simple tools. No expensive pumps or power mixers needed. See how it is done here. Concrete Mender™ Bulk Application Instructions
The Roadware YouTube Channel hits TWO MILLION VIEWS. Roadware maintains a YouTube video channel that shows Roadware products in action. This month our channel surpassed two million views. The YouTube channel currently has over 50 in-house produced videos showing simple concrete crack repair to advanced decorative and exposed aggregate concrete repairs. Check it out here. Two million views accounts for about 3.8 million watched minutes. That’s about 63,000 hours of watch time.
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Roadware Easy Crack Injection with Concrete Mender and Roadware's Easy Injection System. No pumps or ports. Full depth injection repairs in minutes.
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Concrete Mender Full Depth Crack Injection
Roadware 10 Minute Concrete Mender Soft-tip Full Depth Crack Injection. Inject as deep as 24 inches without expensive pumps or ports. Cures in 10 minutes at 70 degrees F. Apply down to -20F or below. See more here: http://wp.me/P8Z9BY-GC
For commercial and industrial use only.
Roadware Contraction Joint Spalling and Repair
Contraction or control joints are cut into new concrete to control the cracking process of the concrete as it cures. If the joints are filled within the first few months, the joint filler will split as the concrete continues to shrink and crack. Use Concrete Mender after the first year to eliminate the joint problem one and for all.
Exposed aggregate crack repair in Virginia with MatchCrete Clear
How contractors repir cracks in an exposed aggregate concrete patio using Roadware MatchCrete™ Clear.
How to assemble the Roadware #5150 50ml application tool and prepare a Roadware 50ml cartridge for use.
Repair stamped concrete in one minute.
How to repair a hole a stamped concrete patio condensed down to one minute. We use Roadware MatchCrete™ Clear plus some silica sand and colored grout to make a color and texture matching repair to a stamped concrete patio.
Fresno Convention Center, Roadware Flexible Cement II™
Exterior crack repairs at the Fresno Convention Center
Roadware at Pinkberry
Using Roadware 10 Minute Concrete Mender™ to create a rapid setting pebble-crete floor at a Pinkberry Store in Bahrain.
Decorative Concrete Repair with MatchCrete Clear
How to use Roadware MatchCrete™ Clear to repair cracks and spalls in decorative, stamped, colored or exposed aggregate concrete. See more at http://www.matchcrete.com
FSTR-30 Pull-off Test
FSTR-30 Tackless strip adhesion pull-off test.
Roadware 10 Minute Concrete Mender™ Countdown
Top 5 features in Roadware 10 Minute Concrete Mender™. See more at www.roadware.us.
Roadware MatchCrete Clear Countdown
Top 5 features in Roadware MatchCrete™ Clear concrete repair material. See more at www.roadware.us
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There is a big problem with control joints or contraction joints. They are the saw cut joints we cut into concrete slabs to control cracking as the concrete cures. The problem is the floor owner typically wants the floor poured, joints cut, joints filled, and building occupied in 60 days or less. Concrete cures hard in typically 28 days, but it continues to shrink and crack for a about a year. The contraction joint that was 1/4″ when it was cut, can almost double in width in that first year leaving the 1/4″ of joint filler a bit short, cracked and generally a mess. The sidewalls of the joint are left unprotected and the joint spalling begins. You can replace all that gummy polyurea or brittle epoxy with Roadware 10 Minute Concrete Mender™ and leave your control joint problem behind.