Simpson Strong-Tie CI-LV Low-Viscosity Structural Injection Epoxy is a two-component, high-modulus, high-solids, moisture-tolerant epoxy specially designed for pressure injection, gravity feeding and flood coat filling of concrete cracks and for increasing the bond between freshly placed repair mortars or concrete mixes and existing concrete when substrate temperatures are between 40°F (4°C) to 90°F (32°C). This epoxy come in a convenient side-by-side cartridge that's dispensed through a static mixing nozzle using either a manual, battery-powered or pneumatic dispensing tool.
- CI-LV low-viscosity 3-gallon (11.4 L) bulk kit
- Includes : 2 Gallons (3.8 L) cans of Component “A” (CILV1A) & 1 US gallon (3.8 L) can of Component “B” (CILV1B)
- See Specifications and Technical details: View Spec Sheet
- Meets the requirements of ASTM C881 & AASHTO M235, Type I/II, Grade 1, Class B and ASTM C881 & AASHTO M235, Type I/IV and II/V, Grade 1, Class C.
- Approved under NSF / ANSI Standard 61 (719 in.2 /1,000 gal.).
- Chemically bonds with the concrete to provide a structural repair. CI-LV seals the crack from moisture, protecting rebar in the concrete from corrosion.
- Moisture-tolerant; can be used on dry and damp surfaces.
- Low surface tension allows the material to effectively penetrate narrow cracks.
- Formulated for maximum penetration under pressure.
- Suitable for pressure injection or gravity-feed applications.
- Non-shrink and resistant to oils, salts and mild chemicals.
- Can be used with metered pressure-injection equipment.
- Freeze-thaw resistant.
- Manufactured in the USA using global materials.
- This bulk kit is designed for use with metered pressure-injection equipment.
- Pressure-injection of cracks in structural concrete
- Gravity-feed and flood coat of cracks in horizontal concrete
- As a low-viscosity epoxy (350 cP) for repair of hairline cracks (0.002") and cracks up to 1/4" (6 mm) in width
- For structural repairs
- To bond new concrete or repair mortars to existing concrete
- For underwater pressure-injection applications
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