Structural Epoxy Adhesive Putty with a Rock-like Texture
Uses: Rockweld 55-27 features a slightly abrasive finished surface which works well for sculpting, repairing, and restoring stone, concrete, masonry, terracotta, and ceramics. It is used on statues, architectural decorations, ornaments, mosaics and more.
Features & Benefits: Rockweld 55-27 provides tenacious adhesion to concrete, stone, metal, wood, and virtually any rigid substrate. It bonds to both wet and dry surfaces and provides excellent chemical resistance. Rockweld 55-27 can be shaped by hand or with sculpting tools. It can be painted, as well as colored, with dry pigments. It is unaffected by atmospheric conditions and can be applied both inside and outside. It is slump and sag resistant. Solvent-free.
Technical Characteristics: Color: Pale gray. Stone-like appearance when cured. Hardens in 2-4 hours depending on temperature.
|Hardness, Shore D||80|
|Modulus of Elasticity||82000|
Would this product work to repair old mortar on brick steps and a small brick wall? Also can it be mixed with any sand aggregate? Or perhaps one of your other products is better for this application? Thanks so much!
- Can this be used to put a broken cut limestone back together? What is neutral color? Is there a chance to get a cured sample to see the final color?
Q Can this be used to put a broken cut limestone back together? What is neutral color? Is there a c...... Read more answer nowAsked by June 22, 2021 5:51 pmonAnswered by the admin
You can use Rockweld 55-27 (light gray in color) or Aboweld 55-1 (gray in color). We do not have any cured samples of these 2 products.
would this work well for gluing back broken pieces of an outdoor stone garden sculpture ?
Q would this work well for gluing back broken pieces of an outdoor stone garden sculpture ? answer nowAsked by April 21, 2020 2:53 pmonAnswered by the admin
You could use Aboweld 55-1 for that application.
Would this product be appropriate to build-up a heavily worn/trafficked stone door step... 0" at the sides to 3" in the middle, about one foot from front to back ?