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Flowpatch Sub Zero - Cold Concrete Patch Repair

Flowpatch Sub Zero - Cold Concrete Patch Repair

$270.99  excl. tax

Flowpatch® Sub Zero is a concrete patch repair compound that's perfect for use in cold rooms, freezer floor repair, sub-zeros or other food storage areas. It's a pourable flooring repair and can be applied at temperatures as low as -4°F, making it perfect for concrete hole repair in your freezer.

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Product Details
Watco Floor's Flowpatch® Sub Zero is ideal for concrete repair in cold rooms, freezers, sub-zeros or other food storage areas. Ideal for filling high-traffic holes or deep repairs at sub-zero temperatures. Can be poured into holes from 3/4" to 4" deep in one application. Even works outdoors in extreme temperatures!

Features and Benefits of Flowpatch® Sub Zero - Cold Room and Freezer Concrete Repair:


  • Easy to use – just add water, mix and apply
  • Can be poured into holes from 3/4" to 4" in one application
  • Magnesium phosphate–based formula generates heat when mixed with water, allowing the product to be used at temperatures as low as -4°F
  • Extremely tough – can withstand weight of up to 1959 lb/in
  • Ready for light traffic in 1 hour & heavy traffic in 5 hours @ 14°F or above
  • Covers approximately 6.5 sq. ft. per 50 lb. kit at 3/4" thick
  • Flowpatch® is far stronger than Concrete.
    Typical Compression Strength at 70°F
    2 Hours   Flowpatch >3500 psi      
    28 Days   Flowpatch >6500 psi    Concrete 4322 psi  


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    Technical Data Sheet
    Specifications
    Delivery Time (Days) Ships in 24 hours, delivers in 1-3 days
    Usage - Interior / Exterior interior & exterior
    Usage - Properties will cure at -4°F, easy to use - just add water/mix and apply, magnesium phosphate-based formula, extremely tough
    Usage - Surfaces floor
    Coverage (sqft per kit) 6.5 sq. ft. per 50 lb. kit @ 3/4" thick
    Application - Curing Time (hours) foot traffic after 1 hour, forklift traffic after 5 hours @ 14°F or above
    Application - Pot Life (hours) 10 min.
    Min Application Temperature (deg F) -4°F
    How To Apply
    Surface Preparation
    Remove all loose material including dust, oil and grease. Minimum application depth should be 3/4". Repair edges should be cut to depth to avoid feather-edging. Dampen bare concrete with clean, cold water. Remove any standing water. Briefly warm the area using a blowlamp or gas torch. This helps to accelerate curing.



    Warning Do not mix the product for more than 4 minutes. Use immediately. Watco Flowpatch Sub Zero cures very quickly and the mixed product must be applied and finished within 10 minutes.

    Mixing
    Mixing must be carried out in an ambient temperature above 41ºF. If mixing at temperatures below 41ºF, pre-warm the mixing vessel with warm (approximately 77- 86ºF) water. Remove the bag of powder and pour 1/2 gallon of clean, cold water into the plastic container. Gradually add all the powder, mixing thoroughly. Continue mixing to produce a smooth workable mortar.

    Application
    Trowel Watco Flowpatch Sub Zero firmly into place using a steel trowel or float (available from Watco). The trowel can be wiped with clean, cold water to make finishing easier. Apply the product at a minimum 3/4" thickness, if using at a temperature range of -4ºF to 41ºF.
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