UPS 805 ECLW EPOXY CONCRETE LIGHT WEIGHT is a light weight solvent free epoxy repair mortar developed for use on concrete surfaces.
It has been specially developed for rebuilding damaged vertical and overhead concrete and masonry surfaces.
The material once cured provides excellent carbonation resistance outstanding weathering resistance making I ideal for both internal and external repair projects.
UPS 805 ECLW will achieve full chemical cure within 3 days and is touch dry within 8 hours. Compared with general concrete which takes a minimum of 28 days to achieve full cure, the UPS 805 ECLW provides a very fast alternative.
Lightweight product making it ideal of vertical and overhead repairs
Application and cure at room temperature -
No hot work involved
Outstanding adhesion properties to metallic and non-metallic surfaces such as: concrete, brick, stone etc.,
No shrinkage regardless of thickness applied
Apply up to 50mm (2”) without slumping
Solvent free material –
Reduce Health & Safety concerns
Easy to mix and excellent application characteristics
Formally known as Wall-Tech LW / LW 405
Applications for UPS 805 ECLW EPOXY CONCRETE LIGHT WEIGHT include:
Repairs to spalled or damaged concrete –
Especially for vertical of overhead applications
Repairs to lintels, sills, walls, ceilings etc.,
Refurbishment of decorate moldings
Surface Preparation Mechanical | Abrasive Blast
Touch Dry in 8 hours
Primer is Brush / Roller Applied
Mortar is Trowel Applied
60 mins @ 20°C (68°F)
3 days @ 20°C (68°F)
420KG/cm² (6,000 psi)
Grey | Natural
8 hours @ 20°C (68°F)
Direct Pull off Adhesion
35KG/cm² (500 psi)
28KG/cm² (400 psi)
2.5KG (2.5 LTR / 1.5 US Gallon) of fully mixed material will give the following coverage rates -
0.83m² at 3mm 8.8ft² at 0.11”
0.5m² at 5mm 5.35ft² at 0.19”
0.36m² at 7mm 3.85ft² at 0.27”
0.277m² at 9mm 2.9ft² at 0.35”
Please note that the coverage rates quoted are theoretical and don't take into consideration the profile or condition of the surface being repaired
Resistant to dry heat in excess of 200°C (392°F) dependent on load.
The product demonstrates resistance to a wide variety of inorganic acids, alkalis’, salts and organic media
If the chemical is not listed, please refer to the Unique Polymer Systems technical centre for advice