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Overhead and Vertical Repair Mortar

Extendable up to 35% by weight with pea gravel.


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Use Vertical Patch to repair most vertical or overhead spalls, honeycombs, cavities, voids or other damage to poured-in-place, precast or tilt-up concrete. Vertical Patch is usable as either a one-component or two-component mortar.

As a single-component repair mortar, Vertical Patch mixes directly with water only. As a two-component repair mortar, Vertical Patch mixes with Acryl-Binder (sold separately). Two component versions mean you can tailor Vertical Patch to meet specific needs and project requirements.

Applications

• Repair most vertical or overhead spalls, honeycombs, cavities, voids or other damage to poured-in-place, precast or tilt-up concrete.

• Repair overhead and vertical concrete beams, joists and also columns in poured-in-place and precast parking garages.

Advantages of this Vertical Repair Mortar

• Designed for high build structural and non-structural repair of vertical and overhead concrete surfaces.

• Ideal for .25 to 3 inch patching depth.

• Excellent adhesion to concrete and masonry.

• Thixotropic viscosity permits high build in vertical as well as overhead patching without the need for forming.

• Resistant to freeze-thaw related scaling.

• Resistant to water absorption as well as the damaging effects of deicing salts.

• Extendable up to 35% by weight with pea gravel for patches greater than 3 inches (76 mm) in depth.

• Note, Vertical Patch is not for use for patches less than 1/2 inch (13 mm) in depth. For horizontal or vertical repairs less than 1/2 inch (13 mm) in depth, use Feather Patch.

Resource Downloads

Product Data Sheet
English PDS - Vertical Patch    |   French PDS - Vertical Patch    |   Spanish PDS - Vertical Patch

Safety Data Sheets
English SDS - Vertical Patch

Additional Documents
Precast Market Brochure