Application of STRUCTURAL CRACK-FILL ADHESIVE in crack reinforcement

Cracks are a discontinuous phenomenon in solid materials. Many reinforced concrete buildings have different degrees and forms of cracks during construction and use. This is a fairly common phenomenon. However, after the cracks of the structure occur, its rigidity, shear strength, tensile strength, and bending strength will all decrease, and may lead to stress redistribution of the structure, causing further damage. When the crack is severe, the structure may fall and cause harm.


STRUCTURAL CRACK-FILL ADHESIVE can strengthen and repair structural cracks and make the original structure become a whole. STRUCTURAL CRACK-FILL ADHESIVE is a crack repair adhesive. Grouting can be used for various conditions such as fine cracks (>0.2mm), wide cracks (>1.0mm), and mortar and concrete gaps.


1. Civil building cracks: grouting for cracks in concrete floors, walls, beams and columns;

2. Industrial building cracks: grouting for cracks in concrete workshops, concrete structures of warehouses, storage tanks, pipelines, and large equipment foundations;

3. Road and bridge construction cracks: crack grouting of concrete pavement, bridge deck, bridge foundation, bridge pier, beam, bridge slab, guardrail, and concrete lining of high-speed track slab, subway, tunnel and underground passage;

4. Water conservancy and hydraulic cracks: grouting for cracks in concrete structures such as dams, canals, sewage treatment facilities, ports, docks, breakwaters, sluices, dams, etc.;

5. Cracks in historical buildings: grouting repairs for cracks in ancient buildings such as stone cultural relics, wooden structures, and brick structures.

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