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Niles, IL 60714

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Patch-Rite

 

 

 

 

PATCH-RITE

BONDING, LEVELING, TOPPING, PATCHING

 

 

DESCRIPTION

Patch-Riter Liquid is an architectural grade copolymer bonding agent to be used with Patch-Riter Powder. It has been formulated for both interior and exterior applications.

Patch-Riter Powder is a specially graded, kiln dried, dust free quartz aggregate combined with cementitious powders formulated to be used exclusively with Patch-Riter Liquid.

 

USES

Patch-Riter is used for bonding, patching, or resurfacing concrete floors, walls, columns, beams, or other concrete related structures or products.

 

PERFORMANCE ADVANTAGES

Durability and Strength

Cement mortars modified with Patch-Riter are hard, tough, and durable. Compared with unmodified mortars, Patch-Riter polymer modified mortar has superior flexural, adhesive and impact strength, as well as excellent abrasion resistance. Patch-Riter is especially useful where thin sections are desirable and where excessive vibration and heavy traffic are encountered.

Adhesion

Patch-Riter modified cement mortars have excellent adhesion to a variety of surfaces such as concrete, brick, wood, metals, and other meterials.

Resistance Properties

Cement mortars prepared with Patch-Riter are resistant to many industrial chemicals and have excellent resistance to ultra-violet light and heat. They dry to a uniform color with no tendency toward yellowing or discoloration.

 

PHYSICAL STRENGTH PROPERTIES OF PATCH-RITEr

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Ratio of Patch-Riter polymers solids to cement weight     0.20

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Ratio of water to cement    0.35

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Tensile Strength, PSI
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28 days air cure    855

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28 days wet cure    -

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28 days air cure

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+ 7 days water soak    490

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Comprehensive Strength, PSI
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28 days air cure    5690

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28 days wet cure    -

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28 days air cure

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+ 7 days water soak    5460

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Flexural Strength, PSI
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28 days air cure    1835

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28 days wet cure    -

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28 days air cure

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+ 7 days water soak    1050

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Shear Bond Adhesion, PSI
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28 days air cure    550(C)

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28 days wet cure    -

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28 days air cure

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+ 7 days water soak    330(C)

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(C) Cohesive failure*

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Impact Strength, lbs
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28 days air cure    22

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28 days wet cure    -

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28 days air cure

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+ 7 days water soak    18

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Abrasion Resistance, (% wght. loss)
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28 days air cure    1.57

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28 days wet cure    -

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28 days air cure

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+ 7 days water soak    -

*NOTE: Cohesive failure indicates the adhesive strength of the patch is greater than the material to which it's bonded.

 

 

 

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