Top 5 Reasons to Use the FLEXKIT
What is FLEXKIT? FLEXKIT is a liquid polymer used to make extremely strong, lasting repairs on concrete, asphalt, and even wood. The kit includes a 5-gallon steel pail with pre-measured liquid FLEXKIT material, sand, catalyst, accelerator, primer, mixing cup, stir stick, 2” chip brush, 3” X 8” a hand trowel, 2” X 5” margin trowel, gloves, and instructions.
Now for the top 5 reasons to use the FLEXKIT
STRENGTH: FLEXKIT is strong, yet flexible. It will cure to 12,000 psi and retain 30% elongation. Its adhesion lasts to the point of concrete failure and, when applied, cures in as little as 15 minutes. FLEXKIT is not susceptible to automotive or aviation fluids and is not bothered by freeze-thaw cycles.
CONVENIENCE: The kit has everything you need to make a lasting repair on concrete, asphalt, wood or fiberglass. Nothing needs to be measured – just mix and apply. When your project is completed, just put everything back into the pail and throw it into the common trash. The metal pail will also protect the contents; you will no longer have to worry about torn bags of Cementitious materials in the back of your truck. Grab the pail by the handle and off you go.
VERSATILITY: This single product repairs a multitude of damages on different surfaces and materials. The FLEXKIT can be used to make repairs on concrete, asphalt, wood and fiberglass. It can be applied to vertical surfaces as thick as 6” with each pass without sagging, ceilings as much as 3” deep before falling and horizontal repairs as deep as you need and to a feathers edge.
QUICK WORK: An accelerator can be added to accelerate the cure time – at temperatures over 100 in as little as 15 minutes and at temperatures below zero as quickly as 1 hour. Repairs in high traffic (pedestrian/auto) can be made and returned to service quickly, cutting labor, closure expenses and downtime.
PEACE OF MIND: FLEXKIT will provide a lasting repair. We have repairs made 20 years ago that are still in place and will be for years to come. It has been used for repairs initially expected to be temporary, but are now permanent.