|One component ready to use, stir or circulate 5 min. when using drum pump.
||Preparation for Use
||Solid must be converted to liquid--requires 2-4 hours. at temperatures around 450°F.
|Has temperature limitations. Do not apply when surface & ambient temperature is below 45°F.
||Can be applied in cooler temperatures but not when freezing.
|Up to 80 linear ft. of ½" X ½" cracks.
||Coverage Linear Ft.
||Up to 80 linear ft. of ½" X ½" cracks.
|30-45 minutes. High humidity has dramatic effect on drying.
||Drying Time to NO Pick-up
||Under 5 minutes. High humidity has dramatic effect on drying & bonding.
|Can be used on damp surface as long as no standing water.
||Reaction to Damp-Wet Surface
||Intolerant to any dampness--will return to solid state too quickly to bond to sides of crack.
|Additional labor cost -0-. Fuel cost per day to run air compressor.
||COST-In Addition to Product & Equipment
||Labor cost for heat-up and Clean-up per day. Propane cost for heat-up per day.
|Feasible regardless of job size.
||Job Size Feasibility
||Only feasible on big jobs in excess of 10,000 L.F.
|Approximatly 5 drums a day.
||Approximately 2160 lbs. or 1 pallet a day of solid material.
|Drum wt. 550 lbs. less 128.2 lbs. water wt. = drum solids wt. of 421.8 lbs.. 5.12 drums=2160 lbs. solids.
||Conversion of 100% Solid Hot Pour to Liquid 55 Gal.
||2160 lbs. hot pour solids=wt. of 1 pallet of 36 boxes @ 60 lbs. ea. Converts to 5.12 drums.
|$0 - $2,500
||Equipment Cost for Application
||$2,000 to $50,000
|5 minutes flush with water.
||Can require hours for cool down--clean with solvents.
|Safest equipment and product that can be made. Absolutely NO risks to user or environment.
||Extremely dangerous to use due to volatility of propane as well as risk of being severely burned by molten product (Propane expands 1700 time its vol. in an explosion.)
|Meets all E.P.A. emission standards.
||Does not meet emission standards.