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Report on the
Review of
Exponent Reports
Related to Cracks in
Reservoir
5C-City
of Pomona
Prepared For
SEMA
Construction
Prepared
By
Ashok K.
Dhingra, P.E.,
S.E.
September
9,
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CONTENTS
Executive
Summary
Review of Report
;'Cra.cking
and
Leakage
at
Reinforced
Concrete
Pomona
Water
Reservoir
5C"
by
Exponent dated February 16,2007
Review of
"Supplemental
Report:
Cracking and Leakage
at
Reinforced
Concrete
Pomolla
Water
Reservoir
se"
by
Exponent
dated Ja.nuary
28,
2008
Comments on the Two Exponent Reports
Comments
on the
Cost Comparison
of
Poly
clad and Hypalon
Liner
(Prepared
by
others)
Alternative
Method of Repair
Appendix
A
AppenciixB
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Executive Summary
The
purposu
of this repon is
to
review two repoltS
prepared
by
Exponent
on
"Cracking
and
Leakage at Reinforced
Concrete Pomona
Reservoir
5C"
dated February
16, 2007
and
a supplementary report dated January
28, 2008. Also
based on the
review
of these reports
provide comments on the
repuir methods,
their
effectiveness
and to propose
alternative
met.hod(s) of repair based on
I.:xperience.
Exponent Report dated February
16,
2007
Exponent prepared a report on
"Cracking
and Leakage
at
Reinforced
Concrete
Pomona
Water Reservoir 5
C"
dated F
r:bruary
16,
2007, !;ontaini
ng a description of the cracks on
the ex:terior walls and roof
cmcks.
Based on
their
review of design, specifications, and
contract documents, the report also described thei r findings
(l
f
the
causes of cracks
as
shrinkage and
temperature
related.
Concerns
were
expressed
on the long
tem1
reliability,
serviceability and
on
the
safety ofIhe
roof deck.
Results of
conCrete
coring and petrographic
analysis shovycd
that concrete was properly
consolidated
and cured, cement
was
sufficiently
hydrat~d
and the water-to-cemcnt
ratio
ofthe concrete appeared to
b~
low. Their cracking analysis
showed
that the as-designed
was to crack to a substantial width and
10
the height
of
several
feet
from the
ground.
An
elastomerlc
polyurethane
hybrid
coating) Polydad
30g,
\Vas
recommended
to
be
applk:d
on
the entire interior
surface
of
the
reservoir.
A
similar coating
for
the underside
of the roof deck was also put forth for consideration for the
entire
underside of the roof
deck.
The life expectancy ofthe coating
was
given as
10
years.
Exponent
Supplementary Report
dated
J,muary
28) 20()H
Following the submittal of their report dated February
16, 2007,
Exponent
perionned
an
extensive study including a detailed
inspectilll1 of' "[he tank,
both when filled and
empty
in
November and December,
2007.
Inspection induded
the ronf
slab
exterior,
underside of
the
roof, slab-on-ground, interior of the exterior walls
as well
as the columns
and
interior
walls.
Six
concrete cores
were taken
from thc roof
strw.:tllre and one
core
was sent
for
petrographic analysis. The results of
the
petrographic
analysis
showed
"Chat
the
concrete
was properly consolidated and cured, cemenl was
sufficit:nTly
hydrated and
water cement
ratio appeared to be low.
Two
core samples
were
tested
for
compression
and
the results
were
6,210
psi
and
6,590 psi, both well above
the
specified strength.
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Other
findings were:
 "The
roof exterior
was
fOlInd
to
be in
generally
good
I.:ondition
with few
large
cracks located
approximately
one half or
the distance
between contraction (or
construction)
joints,
Typical cracks
w(;re observed
Lo
be on the order
of
1/32
of
an
inch."

Upon
inspection ofthe rooffrom
the
interior "The
general condition of the
roof,
was observed
to
be good wIth only minor cracking observed.
The
crack widths
were
observed to be on
the
order of
1164
inch, with some locations showing signs
of corrosion staining coming from thc
reinforcement."
 Slab
on
ground had various cracks,
"majority
of
1he:
cracks
had been previously
repaired
by grinding
and
patching the crack with
wba[
appeared
to be elastomeric
filler."
 The
supplementary
report
states
"the
general
conditions
of
the interior concrete in
the
tank
were
good. No
indications of'yisible
deterioration
or
construction
defects
which would lead to immediate
servicc:abi
lity
concerns
were
identifIed.
'the
repaired cracks in the slab-on-ground were found to be generally in good
condition."
 "Similar
to
the cracking in
the
slab~on-groLlnd,
the
observed
repairs on
the
wall
did
not
show
signs of deterioration. The
repaired
wall cracks appeared
to
be
fairly
stable,
and
while
leaking
to the
exterior n()t
withstanding,
(reference
to
February
16"
2007 refJorr)
these
walls were
in good
condition,"

It
also concludes
that for the
J
0
MG
r~scrvoir
this
nne
of
leakage
is one
fIfth
of
the leakage allowed
per
ACI
350.1
criteria
for
I-lST-025
deSignation.
Per
the
report,
"the
construction drawings do not
indicate water
tightness requirements
for
this
tank."
"Based
on the
inspections
and
analysis the
cont;rete
tank structure is in a good condition.
Although the roof structure has some large
crack5,
they
do
not seem to constitute any
important change
in
the
operability nOr in
the structural capacity of the structure. The
general
concrete
quality
was
very
good,
as
veri
fied
by
petrographic
r;xamination
and
visual inspection. Repairs
made
previously
10
the
slab"orr-ground
arc in
good
condition
and
appear
to be working
properly."
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Based on the above findings, after
performing
the
inspection
ofIhe
interior of the tank
and the
petrographic analysis
as well as concrete core
sampling
and based on their in­
depth review of the data, Exponent revised
the
repair
proc~dllres
in their supplementary
report. They recommended:

"Monitor
external wall
seepage
and
tl)[
cl~ar
water
now
on the
5urfacc..: carry
out
interior inspection of
the
area and repair
the
corresponding interior crack(s) at the
next maintenance inspection ofthe emplied
tank. Should
the seepage become
visible significant and the next
schedule-d maintenance
more than
a few
months
away,
consider the condition as
requiring
~xccption
nttention.

Repair
the large cracks
on
the roof greater
than
0.012
inch wide by grinding and
filling
craeks with
an
elastomeric material
suitahle
for exposed
exterior
conditions.
 Continue inspection
and
maintenance
On
existing
crack
repair to
the
slab-on­
ground and walls on
'he
tank interior.

Grind and
repair
other
cracks
observed
at
the
slab~on-ground,
especially
those
with
corrosion
deposits visible.

The concrete patch material on [he inside of the tank needs to be
rep,lired.
II
A more rigorous
test
of
the seepage rate is
recommended
ro
determine
ifwatel'
seepage is
excessive,
and determine the location
of
kakage
if
the
amount
is
determined
to be
excessive."
As can be seen
from
the above,
the
conclusion of the
supplementary,
more in-depth study
is that the flow from the
exterlor
walls be
monitored
and
the corresponding interior
cracks be repaired on
an
as
nt:eded
basis. Also the
roofcrucks
wider than
.012
inches be
repaired with
an
elastomeric sealant suitable
for exterior
(~pplication.
Alternative
Proposed
Method
of Repair
After reviewing the two reports,
a
repair method very
similar
10
the
method proposed by
Exponent
is
recommended, for
the cracks greater than
1/8
inch
in
the wall
to
be repaired
from inside and the roof exterior cracks to be
repaired from the
outside,
as
follows:
1.
Grind and chase the
crack to see
how
deep
it
is,
but
as
a minimum go about
an
eighth
of
an
inch
to 3/16 inches deep,
conrinut
to go
deeper
if
the crack is still
visible_
2_
If there is no visible crack beyond this
depth, clean the
joint.
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3.
"Vee"
the
crack
so that the width is
approximately
lwict:
the depth e.g.
iflhe
depth
is
%
inches,
"Vee"
should be a
14
inch
wid!!;
on
eacb sick
ofthe crack, thus resulting
in
a" Vee"
groove of
Y-i
inch
dcep
and
y~
inch
wide.
4.
After
thoroughly
removing
dust and
fine particles Crom
[he
"Vee"
prime the joint
with
primer
for the polyurethane sealant
per
manuj~\ctuf'e)"s
recommendations. The
polyurethane sealant to he used is the
sam!.: as
used
Lo
fill the grooves
on the
reservoir
floor slab,
between
the joints,
with the exception that
the polyurethane
seaJant used on the
walls
is not
pourable grade
but
a
nOn
sag grade
polyurethane
sealant.
5. After priming the
"Vee",
fill
it
with
non
sag polyurethane sealant
same
brand
as
used
on
the floor slab.
6. Letthe
polyurethane
sealant
cure
per
spccifkations
and
manufacturer's
recommendations, prior
w
any
contact with
water.
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Review of Report
"Cracking
and
Leakage at
Reinforced
Concrete
Pomona
Water Reservoir
5C"
by
Exponent
dated February 16,
2007.
A summary of the main
findings
ofthe repon
are as follows;
1. Vertical
wall
cracks
on
the ex[crior
ofthe
walls
iJre;
 1/32 inches to
1/16
inches
wiele
to
allow the
water to seep through the
wall.
 Not all cracks are
believed
to
be
through thickness.

The source of cracking was
jd~ntified
to
be
shrinkage
and
temperature
related, the distribution
and
width of resu!ting cracks
IS
strongly dependent
on
the
amouJ1l
and location
of
steel
reinf'on.;cment
placed in the wall.

The report
cites AC1350R-OI
as
a reference
and concludes that it
recommends
the
minimum shrinkage and
tl.:mperature
reinforcement ratio
"greater
than
0.6%
where crack
lightness
is critical,
as
is certainly the
case
with a large water tank. In
case
ofrhc
R(:S(!fVoir 5C
exterior walls, both in
N"S
8l1d
E-W walls,
the ratio
of
the area
llf
horizontal reinforcement
to
the
gross
area is about
0.28%. This is signifit:antly
lowerthan thc ratio
required by
ACT350R-OJ.
It is lhe
horizontal
reinforcement lhal is needed
to prevent excessively wide
vcrti!.:,\! cracks,
such as those
observed
at
Pomona
Reservoir
SC."
'"
Through analytical modeling,
the:
as
designed
wall was
subjeclCd
to
temperature changes
representing shrinkage
and temperature differentials
and
the
stress
distribution and
calculated ct·ack
width and
the length
of
the
vertical cracl< from the bottom
orthe
wall
are
shown in
figures 6
and
figure 7, respectively) with
a conclusion ·'II
CLln
be seen that the
as­
designed wall was to crack to a
substantial
width and
the height
of several
feet
from
the
ground."
'" "The
tank walls show ongoing
leakage
d~spile::
a
reponed
effort
to
seal the
cracks. This is not surprising as the cracks
arC
numerous and too wide to
be sealed
through
and
approach of individual
crack
seal
ing
application
or
penetrating
scaler
application.
Moreovr::r
the cracks are influenced by
temperature variation which on
the insidl.: is
reasonably
stable,
but on the
outside:
varies with the
SLln
exposure and
ambient
temperature. Thus,
the
cracks should be considered
'"moving cracks".
This is
supported
by
1;he
observation or cracks in which
a sealer was
injected and
still COlitinued
to
leak. "
2.
Inspection of
the
roofreveakd
numerous
systemalic
cracking
of the relnforced
concrete roof deck wide enough
that a
c.:llflcern
is expressed
over
the;
long
term
reliability,
structural
integrity and
sarety
of the roof deck.
The
following opinion
is
expressed
in the
report; "The
roof deck cracks are of
a
width indicating possible
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rebar yielding, i.e. significant steel overstress.
Moreover,
it
indicates th3.t the
cracks will grow widel' and longer
with
lime."
Results of Concrete Coring
Petrographic
Allalysis
The
report describes that
fom
conl.:rCle
cores
were
removed
from
the
affected
walls.
The
cores
conditions
were
visually
inspected
and
recorded.
Petrographic
analysis of one of
the; representative
corES
was performed and
key
observations
were
made regarding the
physical
properties of
the
hardened
concrete.
There
are seven observations listed in
lhe
repott,
indicating
Ihat
the concrete
was
properly consolidated and
cured,
cement was sufficiently
hydrated,
overall strength properties
as
indic.;aled
by
Cement
paste
were
excellent and
water
cement
ratio
appeared
to be low.
Repair
Recommendations
Walls:
The
report
recommends
an
dastomtric
liner since
"the
cracks
are
not
static
and
of
signilicant
width
l
).
Polyclad
708
I1taterial
is
recommended
for
a
wall area
of
approximately
26,000
square
feet.
Roof: The report.
recommends sealing
cracks of widths greater
lhan
O.3mm
(0.012 inches)
Wilh
a coating similar
[0
the
n.:commended
coating for wall, [or
the
entire roof
structure are
of
63
,000
square
feet.
Concluding Remarks
In
summary
these
were:

The
wall
cracking
creates
unacceptable
risk
to
rcinforcem~nt
and
eventual
safety
of wall

The
crack
length and wid1h
is
consistent with
design/constrtlction
of
the
wall

The
walls
require
intensive
maintenance program to
idcnti1')'
and seal
the
cracks
of excessive width
(0.
J
mm) or the walls should be sealed
fro111
the
illside
with a water
light
111(;lllbnme

The
roof
cleck
repair from the olltsidc should be carried
01,lt
to preserve
the reliability
and
life expectancy
oftht.:
roof

The roof deck needs to be
inspected from
the inside
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Review of
"Supplemental
Report:
Cracking
and Leakage at Reinforced
Concrete Pomona Water Reservoir
5C"
by
Exponent dated January 28,
2008.
This report augments the previous
report: dated
February
16, 2007
whjch primarily
focused on the wall cracks.
l'his
supplementary report
is based
on the visual
observations on the interior of the tank on
the umkrsidc,;: of' r.he
roof
as
well as
the
slab-on
~
ground and the interior
surfhces
of the walls.
The
report describes in detail the obsen'ations and
findings
Jor
the roof, slab on
grade
including
repaired
areaS as
well on the interior wall
surfaces.
These are summarized
below.
Roof
III
"The
roof exterior
was
found
to
be in
gt.:n~:rally
good
condition with few large
cracks locat.ed approximately
one
halfofthe distance
between contraction (or
construction) joints. Typical cracks
were observed
to be
on
the order of 1/32 of
an
inch."
Minor
cracking
was
obsen'ed
in
other
areas and
the
crystalline
waterproofing
applied
on the roof in
some
instances was partially scaled.
 Upon
inspection
of
the
roof from the
interior
"The
general
condition
of
the
roof
was observed to be
guod
with only
minor
crackil~g
observed.
The
crack
widths
were
observed to be on the
order
of
]/64
inch, wilh
some
locations
showing signs
of
corrosion
staining
coming
from
th~
reinforcemcm."
 On
the
underside of
the
roof, longer
cracks were
found running north to
south,
which corresponded closely with the
large cracks
discussed above for the exterior.
 Since
the reinforcement is
continllous
through
the
contra.ction
joint,
it
is
a partial
contraction joint.
Th~
supplementary
n.:purt cit!;$
ACI
350-06
recommending a
minimum
ratio
of.003
(ratio of
area of
.sted
La
the an.:a
of concrete in a given
cross section) for temperature and
shrinkage
reinforcemcnt
for
contraction joints
located
20
to
30
feet apart. For
partial
contraction
joints,
this minimum
reinforcement is recommended
to
be
multiplied
by
1.5,
making the recommended
reinforcement ratio to be
.0045.
The reinforcement ratio provided in
Ihc
structural
drawings is
.0036
(#4
aI
12 inches
on
center-each
face).

The report also cit.es ACI
224R~01,
which states the
"reasonable Crack
widths for
the
roofwould
be
about
1/64 inch
(.016 inch)."
The larger, more widely spaced
cracks observed
were
more than
tv"ice the
size.
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Slab-on-Ground
Slab-on-ground
had
various
cracks,
"majority
of the
cracks
had
been
previously repaired
by
grinding
and patching
the
crack with
what
appeared to
be elastomeric filler."
In some
locations, cracks were ground down, but no
elasLom~ric
materials
was used,
and
some
repairs
did
not
continue
until
the
control
joints and
in
mnny
cases the cracks
txrended
beyond the repaired
areas.
What appeared
to
be as
a
corrosion prodUCL
was observed
in
many unrepaired cracks,
Walls
Cracks
had been repaired on the inside [ace of
exterior
walls and these
cracks
were more
heavily concentrated
at
the ground level and diminished in quantity along
the
height
of
the wall.
Concrete patchwork
delamination was
obscNed
and a large
spalled
ponion
of
f;oncrete
was also found near one
of the baffle
wails.
Interior
Conditions
The
supplementary
report states
"the
general
conditions of
the
interior
concrete
in the
tank were good_ No
indications
of visible deterioration
Or
construction defects which
would lead
to
immediate
serviceability
concl;ms
were
iderlti
ned.
The
repaired
cracks
in
r.he
slab~on-ground
were
found to
be
generally in good
condition_"
"The
corrosion
product
observed is a potential
problem
fa!'
long-term
serviceability."
"Similar
to
the
cracking in
the
slab-on-ground,
the
observed
repairs
on
the
wall
did
not
show signs of deterioration.
The
repaired wall
cracks appeared
LO
be
fairly
stahle,
and
V'\,hile
leaking to
the
exterior not withstanding,
(rtference
(0
February
16,
2007
report)
these waJ[s were in good
condition."
Delamination
of
cementatious
patching
near
bamc
walls
is
~dso
a CQllcern.
Seepage
The supplementary report mentions
a "snapshot"
measurem~nt
of water
leaving
the
lank
rhrough
the underdrains
at
the time
of
inspection
was
applOx
imately
520 gallons per
day.
The
report also
cites the
criteria given in
ACr
350.1 and AWWA criteria. lL
also
concludes
that for the
10 Me;
facility this
rat['
of
leakage
is
one
fifth of the leakage
allowed
per
ACT
350.1 criteria for
HST-025
designation.
Per
the report, ';the
construction drawings do
not
indicate waLer
liglllness reqllil'['mems
for
this
tank."
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Petrography
and
Core Testing
One
core was sent for
petrographic
analysis. The
results
of
the
petrographic
analysis
showed
that
the
concrete
was
properly
consolidated and
cured,
cement was
sufficiently
hydrated
and
water cemenr ratio appeared to
be
low,
Two
cores
were
tested
for
compression
and
they were
te~red
at
6,
210
psi
and 6,590
psi,
well
above
the specified
strength.
Summary
and
Recommendations

"Based
on
the
inspection
and
analysis,
the concrete
tank
structure
is in a
good
condition.
Although the roof
structure
has
some
large
cracks,
they
do not
seem
to
constitute
any
important
change in
the
operability
nor
in
the
structuml
capacity
of
the
structure. The
gen<eral
concrete
quality
was
v~r)'
good,
as
verified
by
petrographic
examination and
visual
inspection.
Rr.:p,Lirs
made previously to
the
slab-on-ground
are
in good condition
Hnd
working
prnpedy
..
,"

"Monitor
extemal wall seepage
and for
elear
water
flow on
the
surface
carry
out
interior
inspection of
the
area and repair
the corn.:sponding interior
crack(s)
at the
next maintenance
inspec"Lion ofthe
emptied
tank.
Should
the seepage
become
visible significant
and
the next scheduled
maintenance
more
than
a few
months
away,
consider the condition
as
requiring
exception
attention.
 Repair the
large
cracks
on the
roof
greatr.:r
than
0.012
inch wide by
grinding and
filling cracks with an
elastomeric
malerial
suitable
for
exposed exterior
conditions,
 Continue
inspection and maintenance on
existing
crack
repainu the
slab-on­
ground and walls
on
the
umk
interior.

Grind
a.nd repair
other
cracks
observt!d
at the
slab-on~grQund,
especially those
with corrosion
deposits visible,
 The concrete
patch
material
on the inside of
the
~ank
needs to be repaired.
 A
more rigorous test of the seepage rate
is recomrnended to determine
if
water
seepage
is excessive, and determine
I
he
location
of leakage jfthe
amount is
determined to be
excessive."
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Comments on the Two Exponent Reports
I differ with the
opinion
expressed in the February
16, 2007
r~port
that the
vertical
cracks
in the wall be considered moving cracks.
The report
mentions that the
temperature
variations on
the
inside
ofthc tank
are
stable
and
I
believe,;
lh:3.t
a repair procedure should
take advantage of this
stable r.:nyJronment. Furthermore,
f
differ
with the opinion that
"
... roof deck cracks are of a
width
indicating possible
rebar
yielding, i.e. significant steel
overstress."
The repair recommendations
desl;ribed
in
the
report take more of a global
approach rather
than
a local
approe.ch.
1 agree with the summary and recommendations of
the
Janun.ry
28,2008
rcpoJ1 because
it
describes
repair procedures that take advantage of the relatively
stable:
environment on
the inside ofthe tank: describes the repairs made on
the slab-on-grade
to be effective and
recommends similar repairs
be
made on wall
cracKs. Furthermore:, based
on an
examination of the interior conditions of the
tank,
the
repO!1
concludes that the cracks
in
the roof
structure
do not
seem
to change the structural
capacllY
of the structure.
Comments
on the Cost Comparison
of
PoJyclad
and
Hypalon
Liner
(Prepared
by
others)
The overall problem with
repsiring the
reservoir
by
putting
a
Hypalon liner inside of it
is
that this approach treats the symptoms and
not
the root cause of the
problems
which are
the cracks in the structure. While
it
is
true thnt
hy
installing
fj
Hypalon liner the
functionality of the strllcture can be improved and
water
CM
be stol'ed without
visible
leaking cracks. I
believe
that such
a solution
is
shOlisighted and
begs
the
question
whether this improved
functionality
comes
al
an (Jdditional
long
term
cost. As
II
princlpal
invcstigator, in
1997, I
was involved in the
flm:nsic
invesligation of a 5 MG tank failure
in Westminster,
California, which was lined wiLh a
Hypalon
liner
abOUT
a decade ago.
There were no visible feaks
after
the
installation
ur
the
!in~r.
However,
the structure
failed as a
result
of corroded rebar, amongst other
reasons,
which
was
caused
by
the
presence of water and
exposure
to air as a
result or-the earlier
leaks.
Furthennore, the suggested approach is a global approach whereas
a
local approach
would be more desirable because it will be:

An approach focused on the cracks which are
resulling
in leakage

More effective in stopping leaks
as il
is
applied in
lh~
problem
areas

Treating the root
cause oftbe
problem and
notjusl
the
symptoms

Providing assurance
ofa grealer
reliability of the
lix
of the problem
over the
long
term

A one
term
application that is
usually effective for
the llsefullifc of the facility,
and
any
repairs,
if
nei.!ded,
during this
tirne
would be minimal

More cost effective,
i.e.
, the funds are being
expelldc.::d
to
get the ';most bang
fOr
the
buck"
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Alternative Method of Repair
The approach that is being recommended is
to seal
the
cracks
greater
than
118
inch in the
walls from
the inside
and
the
rooffrom
the
Olltside
with
~
polyurethane
.sealant
in
accordance with the following procedure:
1.
Grind
and
chase
the
crack
to
see
how
deep
ir
is. but as a
minimum
go
about
an
eighth
of an
inch
to
3/16
inches deep,
continue
to go
deeper if
the
crack
is still
visible:.
2. If there
is
no
visible
crack
beyond
this
depth,
dean
the joint.
3.
"Vee"
the crack so that the
width
is
approximately
twice
the
depth
e.g. ifthe
depth is
1;4
inches,
"Vee"
should be
a
y.\
inch
wide
on
each
side
of
the crack,
thus
resulting
in
a
l>
Vee"
groove of
~
inch
deep and
Yz
inch
wide.
4.
Afterthoroughly
removing
dust
and
fine:
particles
(rom the "Vee"
prime
the
joint with primer
fot'
the
polyurethane
sealant per manufacturer's
recommendations.
The polyurethane
sealant to
b<: used
is
the same
as used to
fill
the
grooves on the
reservoir
floor
slab,
between
the
joints, with
the
exception that the polyurethane
sealant used
On
the
walls is not
pourable
grade
but
a
non
sag
grade
polyurethane sealant
.
.5.
After priming the
"Vee",
fill it with non sag
polyul'ethane sealam same
brand as
used on
the floor slab.
6.
Let
the polyurethane
sealant
cure per
spr.:ciIkations
and
manufactw(~r'
s
recommendations,
prior to
any
contacl
with water.
The
detail that
can
be
used to
repair
these
cracks is
as shown on the
next
page.
Sib.
Corporation's
lJolyurethane
sealant for
walls
and
f100r
is provided as
a reference in
Appendix "A"
and three
products data
sheets
frorn
Sika
Cmporation
for
possible
use on
the roof
(product
to
be
select~d
by
the desigl1 engineer)
are
included
in
Appendix.
"B".
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CONCRETE
CRACK
REPAIR
Crack
"VEE" Out Crack, Snndbl8-51
&
Fm with Pofyurethane
Se~l.ant
at Wall
Craek,S
,~
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APPENDIX
A
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Data Sheet
Edition
1,11 ,2ooB
;
Identification
no. 764-15N
$ikaflex·2c
NS EZ Mix
714-668-2490
Sikafl eXID-2c
NS
EZ
Mix
Two-component, non-sag,
polyurethane
elastomeric sealant
T-027
P.01S/028
F-257
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lor
v.rllcal enO nOrlzonlol 'ppli""lions.

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10
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ill jllil1l' ex':Mdlng '/.,
in.
,n Q<:<plh,
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elaslicHy
wiln
~
louph, uel ablG.
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con,;,ol.IICY.
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~nd lc~r r~~i~\Llncl~.
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to
mo~l ~ubell'all:15
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 AVllilsble In 40
.rr.llIt.<lu"'~1 <orur~.
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unlfofmlty
sssurod
vi~
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irl pre-pigmented
Um~Slnnn
Gmy
(no C"lol-pS" naedea/
.
., NO,l-SilD
~v~n
in
wide Joints.
 ANSI/NSF
61
~pprovol
lar
car"ocl ""Iil potable ""'I!Or
..
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10
ml~.
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pain
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or
154
liri.
r.,
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i·n.'~
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in
100nt. -_.-
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PaCkaglnsi
How
to Use
Surface
Prep~ratlon
All jolnl-wall
s\lrf~c"$
must
be
cleon, Gallnd, and Im"'-I","-, ,luliU walls must
be
Iree
Q/
"il,. gl.".e, tunng compouno
raGlow'S,
~nd ~oy oth~r
lorelgn
mmler INn' mlghl
p"'V~',1
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bc
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t::tpe
or
bBOk~r
rod
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in
bt.oUOr~1
of
1\)111\
to prO'\lcmt
bond,
prlmlri~ilstYpi~IlY n~t;t:·~ee.S8ry
Most SI,I!,'St'ratc{;
only
1t:'lUlro.~ ~;;;"il1gir99aiSrltwlii'p~ mjbJ~c::\~d i~ete;immer;iOnDtt~r
ellre.
lc~tlng ~110uld
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cone,
NO'_r.>vnr
on
quc"lion.ltJle $up,lrale., 10
Ocl~rm,n"
if
priming i.
needed.
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Consull
T~cllnl~1
Sorvice of
Slkell~~
rfIIY,'lr Tecllmcoil
ml,
Shool 101
edollionallnfonm~\Inn
00
priming.
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:xtl30or
lnslJlntlcln
Firll~h SySl~tnS
(Eli'''o)
m;}'l'jr:}~tIJn=r!O r~~ClInr'Oelid
the
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m~1I1u­
faclUlH
specifies
~ prIIT,"~
0'
if
on·site boM lesllno 'MIc."le"
"prl",~r i~
neceSSary,
SiK~III'X
429
primer," r.conllnenaeo.
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is
re!lO!l'I\l!,O~o ,~~!~nl "~:;t.~, ~liilr
10
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______ _
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af
<;ompononl
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pall 01
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contents
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Inlo p,,1 "nd 1I11x
witn
a
10w-:;PGod
tin\!
(400-600
,pm)
ano
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lor
3-5
mlnules 10 achlevo
~
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conditions
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(23°C)
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ill
40·-95"1" (4·.3S'C).
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wide
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are
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on
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to
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~nd
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joim
i. al
m'O-mngl;
or
jl~
anticipated movoment.
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p"1
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100%
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Appil
cation
\'Jhen
nll.,na
in cold
w.aUler
/<50'1').
,Jo ,,,,I fotce tn"
m/x,nD
p~ddj"
10
lOS
bottom
of
Ihe poi! Alrsr BddlnD Cempo,len!
'5'
and
Color-pck inlO componanl·". mix
II,.
I')P
'il2
tv
314
"I Ih"
P311
durlnD
tno
0,,1
minute
01
IlllxlnD. After ,cr"o',np dOVin
the
Gldc~
01
tnc
pBiI,
mix
(Ignin
for
zmO!ller mlnlllO. Ttm
F'Hldl~ ~lw\lld
rG(1cl1
U,\c collom
or
tna
Pili!
hotwc.en
the
(j(~1
and
sE'lcond
rninult'
~.r
mlxmg, ScrilPt! down the a.1t;)O':;
D(
th~
p2Ji a
b!3'CI:II)(j IIInc
;md thel)
mix
tor an
i1ccihon~12
..
3
tl11flutes untlllhl:
~eal
snt Is "1ol11 bloncted.
Color-p<lx mu:s[
be
u69d wltn
tint
b~~lt.
For
pro-plgmonted Lir'r'le-IHO()O
b;t~c.
JU:;l mb; wifl) lo'#' ;pocd
drill iJnd
S)k~fi
ex
pBddle
(no
Color,p3k nveded).
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applicalion
temp~"'t"~"~·~O"-100·f.
,;;;':J;Of,d,I;;;nirlg unlls
to
approxi~;;;'ly
70'F Is neeossmy
wh~
log vt
c:dr~n'It!S.
Move
nrc-ccndltioflt!d IJ/1i1S to worK :UCOl!O jU!ll prior
to
app/i!A1tioll,
Apply
s'Jol"nt only 10 deen.
sound.
J;fry
'IOU
fro;Hre~
-;\11',(,(,.,,10<.
Sik~n"x-2c
shvula
lJ~
"ppli"d inlo
joIn!.
when
jOlnl
,10'
i,
al
min-point
of
il>
des'gned
OXp,ln,,,on .,,0
LOnltaet'~"
To plac, ...
load nlro;:;lIy
inlo
bUlK gun
or
II~C ~
follow.,
~I&I'!
lo!ootnQ sy::lcm. Ploce noule
ot
n~n
into bottom
01
lOill1 and 1111
anllre I(.,nt. Ke.ping lila nozzle cenp III Ih  &3Iam. Continuo \"th
".I.~~y
now
o.t
sO<ll~nI
proc"ding nozzle
10
avoid
~"
el1lrSpll,ont. Aloo. ovoid overtappj.'D
01
50"I.nl since IllIS al.n ontr"p'
~,'.
Tool
saalant to
~~:;ure
lull coniaci 1,lIn 10lnt
wall:;
and
remOIJD
t!lirenlr~pm8m.
Joint
r1lm\,n:ltln
~lloulcJ
allow
for
'l/41ncn
mInimum
and
1/21ncl1 mn;.clmum
tlllc:kness
IOfSQ{1I.
3m. Pt.)per noslgn i.
2.1
wldUl
to
,IOPIh r"he.
To
"c"ele,aI91\18 Ol,re or Sik.n.",·2c NS In cold
\II~~lncr
lemporalules. add
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._._._
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,,_
..
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.
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.
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.
__
l.innitstlon5 _ Tho uWmala
panorm~nc.
01
,s,l<a02x-2c
NS EZ j\!lox.
"I!pe"d~
an gOOD jolm
dc~jDn
.no
P'OP~(
sppllcallon.
 Mill,mum deptn
in working
)Oililis 1,4 II'
III
Ma)clm~Jm
cxpilndon ana:
CDntfflctrnn !itlDuld
nol
..
~;(C~cd
SOIl/" 01 tlV'cr.:)gc joint wlQltl.
 Do
J1DI
C1Jr~
jn
Ihe
prBs£lnco
of curing
!i.Jk;{me~!:.
 Avellu contact
wit"
-«Icohol :md
Ulhu(
solvent
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soalant.
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-
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oM
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[O~'n ",,""ili~.r.
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~
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&
GARRETT
LLP. DC
714-668-2490
T-027 P.020/028
F-257
Product Data Sheet
Edition 1.11.2008
Idi?rllification
no.
465
Sikaflex·Zc
SL
:Sikafl
e~·2c
SL
::Two-component, self-leveling, polyurethane
'elastomeric
sealant
. Description
.
Whr;~e
tD
use
Advantages
Sikafie~-2C
'SL
IS;;I
:;;:-componerit~'
pre,nh.Jnl-grao;,
poi
y
,i;6ttlane-based
elasloni~;,Csealant.
It
Is principally
~
chemical
GU(O in
~ ~n.g
c;or)!'lstency. llJieels ASTM C-9Z0. iype
Iv1,
Gradl,
P. Class
2~,
USe T,
NT.
M,
G.
A.
0,
I
~nd
F'ederal
Sp2~iflcalion
TT-S-OD22fE.
Type 1,
Class
A,

Int~ndeo
for use
In
all
properly
dssigned
~'c)1
king )(,,,1Is
with
a
minl;;;~'m (J~pti:;-of
1/4
inch .
 Ideal
for
horizontal applicallons.
 Pl81;eable
at
Lampermures
a~
low as
~O'F,
Adheres
to mosl
subst(ate~
commonly fOUrICi
In
construcllon.
a
SLlI.,mergeo
o~';.ditions.
such
~:.::"l1al ~,nd re~_e~" JOII'\~_.
___ .

True
self-leveling
properties.
II
Capable of
:t50%
Joint
mO\rement. '\
 COi!micel cure
allows the
~eal(lnt
to be
placed
In
IOlnts <lxceeding
112
ir>.
in
(Jepm,
 Hign
elasticity
with
a tough Ov(aOle.
fle~iDls conGI~'IBilcy.
 E;x(:eptional
cut and
\0~r
(E,)ISlancE<.

Ex~:ep\lonal
adhesion to
mtlS\
')vbW~te!l
'NrlnDut
priming,
 Av,llIable In 40 architsctUf<11
C(>I()(~
..
III
COlor
unltormity assured
V,'J
CoIO(·paK sysl;,m,
 AV<lilable
1(1
P(I;!-pigmenI8d Lirn<:GlOl1e Gray
(I1D
Color-paK
needed)
a Self-leveling consls1enCY. easy
10
apply
in Il'Jri%ont31
Joints.
 Easy La
mi~.
 palntable
with
wato(-. oil-  .1no rubber-bas8 pollnts
 J"t
luel
resistant.
 USDA
approved,

No
color-pek needed in
prl.,-pigmelll~d
Limestone.
Govorage-----.-_.-1.-g-al..'[ieiO$ 231
cu.
in:..~~ :~~
110
~l:. oi~; 2!?_J~ ~~ ·iJ..ii~. jO~ll~=~==~=
. __
._.
Pac~~~g:...in_'9=_
_____
._1:5
gal.
.~~
gal.
unil.:,
CO~~I-paK I~ p~~IlCI~~.o_:e~.~ra~~~. LlmC$~~~~
Gray
C91?~ ~vailabl: p,:B-pI9m~_~~:~
__ _
Typical Data
(Materiel
and curin!iJ
r;rmditlor1$
73°~
(23°0)
and
50% R_H.)
Shelf life
Onl'
year In orlgmal. unopened t:;OI'Jlair'lers,
Storage Condltlon$ Store
dry
at40"-9S"F
(4'-35"C),
Condition material to
6!i'.7s
o
F
before usirl!;l,
Colors
A wide
rangs
of
arctlltectur~1
colors sre available, Special
colors
av:;!iI­
able on
req~e$r.
Appllcat[on
Tgmpor~tu~e
40' 10
100·F.
<Hrtbie(lt
and
substrate temperatures.
Seal~nt
should
00 inSI11I1",o wl,en
Joint is at
rnid-t~nge
of
Its anticipated movement.
Service Rango
-40'
to
170·F
(-40'-75'C).
Curing
R~te
(ASTM C-679)
Tack-fr~e
'Tim!;
6-e
hrs.
FinOlI Cure
3
day~
Application
Lift:
n
,$-D022I'E 4
hrs.
Tear
Stren!;lth ASTM
0-62'1
10010Jin.
Shore
A
tlardness ASTM D-2:l4D 4D:!:
5
Tensile
Proportics
IAS,M
D412)
Tensile Strength
at
Break
i
75 PSI
Tensile Elonsntion
650%
100"!.
Modulus 1
00 PSI
Adhesion in
Peol (Fed
Spec.
TT-S"00227E)
Syj)$tr;;l.t~
Peel Strength
%
Adhesion Loss
Concrete 30
lb.
Zero
WCi:lthcrll"g Reslstence
Exc~,lIent
Chomie;;l.1 Resistance
GoOd
({';Si~[;j1l(:2
w
water.
diluted
Clcids, dlhlle(J ",Jkalines.
and
residMTifl1
se,wage, ConEult Tochnlv.11
$ervll~=
for
specific dala.
Howto Use
Surf<l~"
Pr¢paratlon
All
joint-wall
0(J(I(3c<:5
rrlusl be
clear..
:;ourid, and
fro~t.tree,
Joint
wailS must
be [(e...! or all . grease, curing cor1lpo(rnd residues, and
any
othel
fo(eign
mat.
t!!( 11121 mlgol prlilvfJnl
1)0(,6.
Ideally this shollie
/)8
actOm;)i1Sl18d by mechani­
cal
m
..
ans, Borrd
Ixcuker tape
or bacKer rod
mus
l
be
used In bottom
of joint
to
prq;"'E..,!t.'?.EIld. _.
... . ..
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Linear
Feet of
Sealant
per
GnHon
nepth
F-257
Priming IS rypicaily nOi t1ecs·SWry.},iio-s\
--­
~lIbstrales
only
require
priming
,f
se01I,,,,(
wiil
pe subjected 10 waler Immersion
afiN
,;ur~.
Testing '5nould be
done.
nowev",r. on qLles­
lionable Sl,!bstrateS. 10 determine
If
priming is
needed
Consult Technical
Service
or
S;;,aflex {-'nmer
TeChnic.,1 Oata Sheet
for
additiunal
'nforma-
tion
on
11riming.
: Mixing-
.-----. -
Pour
"ntJre-c~ntenrs
b-i'Componerl l
'e
,n;;;­
pall 01 component
'A', Add
en111
e
cl1nt.:nts
of
Color·paK inlo pall and
mix
with a luw-speed
drill (400-600 rpm)
and
Sikallex paClOlr.' . Mix
LIn.:~~~J
v.
_1-:
~Y2
'
L:~ '~I"
.
1
u::.:_.j~1V"_
.
)4./308-°1
I
,~
.'
%
'1
i54~O-,-77.OT-
.-
---t
l
----:--
I
.
---'r--
%
.1
..
-102-.7--51-.3
..
134.<-1-
..
·----~--·
~
~:.: 1l_~7~O
=-38-.5
fi5.7J-1-9'~-"_I==-"·-
. __
.
iV,',
61.6
30.6
r
20.6115.4
I
12_3
j
._}y;-'.
I
5~n.25.7 I~U: -12~T1Q.3
6.6
for
3·5
Tnlrll.lles
to
achieve II uDlforrn color snd
con~lstE·l)cy. S~rap(;
dOWI1 sides
of
pall periOdically. Avoio
8ntroplll~nt
of air during mixing

Color-pak
must be used With
tint
baSI?
Note: When mixing
3 gaL
unit.
rot/o
~ontain()rS
1)1
Componenr B
~nd
two
color-osK~
musl
be lIsed.
-For prlJ-plgmented Limestone baGe.
".Ist
mix with low Sp$eO
drill and
$1I~atlex
padlile (no Color.pak neeoedJ.
AppliC:1tlon
-.
'~mmended
appjic.1tlon tamp';rallil
es
-4o";>ioo;F.·
P"~-CQ;;-ditionlng
Llnlls
toaii.;;~xll'l1ateiY-7o'F
is
ii·aces·
..
s~ty
wMn working at extremes. Mov«
pr~.cond,lionco
units
to
wOrk area$
just
pr,or
to application.
Apply
&salarn
only to
clean, sounc. ory. and front·
free
subslr~'les,
$ikaflex-2c
SllOul!;i be
applied
Into
joints
when jl1int
slot is
at
mid-point
of
its de';igned e)(pansion and conlracban_
To
place,
pour
Cli'
extrude
the SL gradp.
in ons
u,rcc(!on
;;Ind
allow
I{
to
(low and lev'll a5 necessary. If [,;x(rLl(l·
ins. IOild mixed se31ilnt
directly
Into bulK
gLin or
u&~
101l0wer plale leMIng
~yslem.
Place
no~zle
of gun into
bottom of
JOlnr
~no
fill
entirG )Olllt,
Keeping
,he r,oz7.te
aeep in
the sealant, conlinulJ wltn
~
steady
flow
or
saalanl
preceding
nozzle 10
avoid air
entrapm"m, Also, avoiti overlapping
of
&ealtln\
~ince
this
also entrsps
air.
Toc,I,~s
necessai)!.
Joint
dilllensioll shoull;! allow
for
1/41r,c11
minimum
and
IT:(,
inch maximum
thlcKnl;!ss
for se3lant.
Prop~r
(le$lgn
is
2
1
wld,11 10
deptn
rallo.
l.imltatlon'S·
.. ---
.
Th~
ultlmaiepiirlermaiiCe"ofSlkaFlex=-2C,'"Oilpends
on
\l000
JoinCdesign
arid
f1;;iperapplic~iiOn:""
---.
"
Mln,mum
depth ill
working
,oint
I~
'1/4
In,
 Ma>:,mum expansion
and
eonlrachcm should nol exr.eed
50°;',
of avt;!rage jOlnl widttl,

Do
nol
cure in
the
preSenCf.
of
ClJflng silicones
 Avoid contact
with
nlcohOl and othEir solvent
cI~aners
dUrlflg CLire.
 Allow
~
day
cure
before
5UlJjcc;/ln" sealanl
to
lutill
w,~tt;;r
immersion.

Avoid
cxposure
to high
IcvI<ls
oj
Chlorine.
(Ma~lmull1level
is
~
ppm).

Do
not
apply when m0131Llrt! V3POI
trariSml,:~,oll ex,st~
sil'tce this
can
caliSe
t)l,Jbbling within
the
sealant.
 IWold over-mixing
~ealant

Wh,le
color tenO$
to
yellow SIl!l'l[\Y
when
expo~rJd
10
ultraviolet
rays.
~
Light COlors
can
yellow
if
9tp05ao
10
Clirect
,1a~
Ilrer)
heating
elements.

Wh~n
overcoating:
~n
on-:,jle test
is
rCOlnm"noed
to
detcHll'Ilne :;ictual
comp:.ltiblll~/,
I
Thl'
minimum depth
01 sealant
in
Ilo(i~ont('llloll1ts
slJbjeet
to
traffic is
1/2
inCh.
____ ._.
__
.
~9. r.QtJ9_C!L~tI1 deler~~~!.I)L~~a.p'
solulion
_____
....
_____
. __
." ________
_
Caution
Camponent
'A';
Irrft;>n( 
Avoid
conlillO!. Produc! ,s a skir!.
re$pira!ory
and
oye
,rrltant. Use
of
salety
goggle6
and
chemlc~1
resi5tanl910vJ;S recommended Use
of a
NIOSH apP"oved
respiratot
teq\/lred if PELs
are exceedM. Use
with
adeqv<lte-
ventilation.
CompOl'lent
'B';
Comou$tlble:
Sen';lti;.o::~:
IrTltan!
-
COl'ltalflS
XYlene.
Kl3cp
.,W!IY
from heal.
Sp~1
Ks
~nO
epen
flame. Use wl(h ",dequale vef1l1lmlon, ProClucl is " respiratory
and
skin senf.,li;;er.
Avaia
contact.
Produci
is an
eye. skin,
and
rcsp"'atOl'Y
,rritant.
Usa
of
salety
goggles
~nd
cl1emical resistMI
9love~
recom­
mended. Use
of
~
NIOSH approv<!Q
respiratOJ
rl3q\lIr«rf
if PELs
arC exceeoed
.
.
Pirst
Ajd',-----'In CBse
of
skin
contact,
wash thiirOVlll11y wim 'sOcipiino
-~~;;;r.
For
~yc corrt;Ci~f~,sh
immCdlaiely
with
plenty­
Qf waler
for
at
least
15
mil'l\l1fS:
contact
physi(;,~n
Por respiratDty prOblems, remwc \0 fresh
air. Wash
clothil'!)
betore fe-us"'.
Discard
conl~rninuted
f.noe .
cle;nUp·-----
..
U~;;~red
material
Can
ce remOVed Wllh
appro.j~ii
solvent.
cllrea;naTeriai'ca"~-
only
i)e
rem~ved·;;;eCllanl
.

~lIy
I;or
spillage.
colie!;t,
absorb.
~IFlt1
dispos:
of in
<,ccordanr;e
with current,
applicable local, slare, and
reder<llregul~9~S'
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H27
P.023/028
H57
f'roduct Dat<l Sheet
Edition
7,31
,:W08
Identification
no.
431
Sikaflex-1
a
Il;U.J
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f.1~b
COlponlll'n
PII/(/\·ql:
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Cr.r,11!I,!lII,I.:(1l
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One
part polyurethane,
elastomeric sealant/adhesive
·SEALANT VALIDATION
. .;
IIIWw,~WtIDnlfnD.~,g
O~·s""crlptlon- ·---·Sik~fie~:"-;
is
;;
premlum:g~~d,.;h'91;·. perto~~li.lI'C;" mOiSl~lre--cured~I-~orriPone'nl, po~i.lreln~ne:based,-'"
nOn-SOl!1
el~stomsrlC
seslant.
MeeT$ Fed'i!ral SPl,clt,cat,on
TI-S-Ooz:?Oc,
Type
II,
Class
A.
Meets
ASTM
c-
920, Type S, Grade N$, Class 35,
VS~
T, NT,
0, M G. I, CEmldi30 slandEra CAN/eGSS
19.1~·Ma7.
iiiih~re
to
USC' '---..
De"gnf)~'ior
·ail
typ~s
Of
j"oInts-wtii:remsximUIT, depTll
of
seaiant ..vIii
notexc~er.1
1/:<"in:--'---,
 Excellent for
small
joints (lnrl fillels. winaow5.
ODor
Irame~,
reglets, flashing, COmmon
roofing
det~11
sp-
PI/cMlons.
aM
/YIf;lny cOr'Istrllctioll adhesive BPplicalJons.
 SUlI:)DIIO
for
varliC31 and hOilzorolal )winls;
rear.llly
placEable al4o'F,
 HES many
~ppliccHlon~
:;lS
an
e/,m(,(:
Sc;lheslw D"'I",,o;,en materials
I,Wn
dissimll81
coeftidenl~
or
exp<lllsioll.
 Suon'lerged
CDndilion~,
$I,lcn
as
COIn31 3M
rese,vOI(
)olnts
.
.
Ad~~ntage';;--
-_.---;-
EII·~,i_ti;;;c, ~ffort,
and
~q~,p~l~;;-t';;;~ 1II,~lng, il11i~g'~8(\r1dges,
pre-hcatlng- or thawing,
;'i;;;leani~g
Of eqwipmenL
a
Fast \3cK,jrea
and
fln"l cure tirrluG
~
Higrl
elasticity
- cures to
a
tuugn, (1,lrable, fleMlle ("onslstency
with
exceptional
Cllt
ana
tear-rasiGtance,

Str~ss
relaxation.
 Excellar'lt adheSion
-
oonos
to
mosl conS1rIlCT,on
m,Il~(l81~,
w,thoul
a
prlmIOr.
;xcellent
,.esls~nce
to
~glnQ,
weatnsnn().
 Proven
in
lougl) climates aIIJll(\(1 tl,e
world.
 NSP
Regis!er>d, meets'
9')8 lISClA
guidal,m:s
 Oej<Jrless, non-stalnIl19.

J
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fuel resistanl.
 NSF Certified to NSF/ANSI Standard
81
tor
potabl,)
wM~(
contact.
II
Urethane-b1l,ed;
suggests"
Dy EPA for
r~ClOIl
reduction
II
Pain table wnn
water-,
011-
(,no
rubber-ba:;eoJ pa,llts
II
Capable
of
±35%
joint
mOV'Dment
C"verage
,·-'----1·0:1
ti
'oz,
ca·nridiie seals
,'2.4
lineai
11:·01
1/2
~
1/4
in
iQ;nt~-
.20'
fi.
oZ:~ni.pa; ~au:;age
seals'ii4 lirwal
~.
ot"-
1/:2
x
1/4
tn, jOint.
PacKasins
Oi'Opo:;<1bJe
10,1
II.
OZ"
moisture-proof
composite
carlr.oges,
24/C859;
<lnd
llO/·p.~
sausages,
ao
fl.
oz.,
201
carton
Typical
Data
(Material (lnCi curing condlliOl'l$
@
73°F
(Z3°C)
and liO%
R.H,)
Sh~lf
Life
10.1
fi.
OZ c;;Ittridges 15 months
:20
fl.
oz.
l,nl-):l;;lC
sausage~
'5
rnomhs
5
99110n pc,,1
6
months
~5
gallon
drum
5
months
Storage Condill"ns. Store
:ilt40'-!l5'F
(4"'-~5·C).
Condition materiel
to
G5'-7~'F
/;lefor! usina,
Colors VIhl,te, cOlonial
wh,te,
alllT))II)IJIn gray, Iim(;STOne,
blaCK. oark
bronze,
capilol tao.
SpeCial
ar<~hllel;tural color~
on
reques\.
APplication
Temperature 40-
to
1
OO'F.
Seal~nt
sMoula
be
Inst.lJed
wnun
)01111 Is st
mid-r~.nge
of
its
anticlp,"3ted movement
Service
R~l'Ige
Curir'lS Rate
-40'
to
170'F
Tacll-frce {Ime
Te.ck-Iree {a
IO\JCn
Final
cure
4110lllS
3
noms
4
lo
7
days
Tcnf
Strength
(A$l'M
D-624)
55 Ib.lln,
Shore A Hsrdness
(AS,M
0-2240) /1·1
day
40;:5
Tensile Properties (ASTM D-412)
2'
day
l'ensile Slra:;G
elongation
al
Bre,lK
Mod~llus
or
ElastiCity
;25%
50%
100%·
Adho.sII;",
In
Pas I
(TT-S-00230C, ASTM
t
794)
175 psi
(1.21
MP?)
5~()%
35 PSI
(0,24
MPa)
60 PSI (0.41 MPa)
85 psi
(O,5~
MPa)
SJJbS1rate
Peel Strength
Acll18slon LOSS
Concrete
20 1'0, 0%
Alul'l'linum 20 tb, 0%
Glass 20 lb. 0%
Wc~therlng R8sls~nce
Excellenl
Chemical Ro.slst3nce G"oo resistance
(1)
\'/(lter.
dilu\lau aCids, ilnd dilut",d 3lkal/nes. Consult Technica!
S,,,'vl<;e
(or
spacifiC
d('I~,
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Lin~3r Fo~t
of
Sealant por
Galion
",
How to
Use
Surface
preparation
Clean all sur1aces,
Join!
walls ll1ust b"
SOUnd,
clean,
df)',
trost-free,
ar'(! tr*e
of oil
3nd gr.ase.
Curing compound
ICS,(I\Jp.~,
and
any
Oliler
foreign
m3tter
must
b8
tl10«ll.lghly
remov,'C,
Install bond
bre3ker
tape or
b~cke(
. ,;
Primin9
rod
to
p~~;nt
bond
at
bas:
..
~! J~~

__
Priminp is
not
usually necessory, Mos\
svOstrales only
req~ire
priming
It
testlllg
If\(iicatp.s
a
neCO
or
where sealO1l'it will be
subjecred
10
waler
Immer~ion
aftel
ClOre,
COnsUlt Sikane" Prtmar
Techn,,~al D3t.~
SMa!
or
Technical Service lor additional
rnr(1'-m~l'On
on pri
lTilr1 (1.
Appli~ti;n----- R;;n;mend~ij-ap';lj;;tion temp~tatlJ(~~:4'O;-;
OO'F.
For
c(l/rJ
weather
applica\lon
condition unils
<1t 3p·
proXIm.;.tely
70';:;
remove
prior to
us,ng.
For
tle5t performance,
Slk~nex-1a ~tllJuld
oe glJrlned
into
JOI(\\
when joinl
51011:; 31
mid-point of
its
designed
8xpanf.ion
~no
contraction.
PI~ce
nozzle
of
glJn Into
bottom of
tt,,,
lolnt and
fill
ent'rtl JOint.
Keep
Ihe noz::cl(; In
the
~"8Ianl,
continue on
'ill/til.,
steady
fiow
or
seslant prswdifl!llile no:!zle to avoid
fl'r
emr;>pmenl.
Avoid
overlapping
o(
"salant
10
~hrflln(lt",
"ntrapml?nt
r)f
air,
Tool sealanllo
ensure
(1,111
<;ontact
wilh Joint
walls
and
remove
wr
entrapment. Juint
dlfTl"n~,on
should
allow
lor
1/4
incn minimllrrl ar,(l
1/2
inch maximum
thl<;~.
ness
for
sealant. proper design
is
2,1
wiatl1
to
nepth
ralio,
For
I,Ise
in
horl~on1al
joints in
uaff,c
alt}as,
thl;'
"bsollJl~
minimum oepth
of
tns
seallOlnt Is
1/Z
in. and
clo~ed
cell
backer rod is
recommended.
---_
.....
_-----
._._--_._--
-
.
---
limitation:>
I
AII(Jw
1·weeK
cure
at
stano.~ro
condition:;
Wilen lIs,ng
$,kafiex-1a Ifr to1.31
w,31~(
immersion
sltumlons <lnd
prlllr
to
p:;inting.
 Whwn
overco;;tting
with
warer, 0,1
"nd
ruDDer
b~SClj
oalnt;" compatibility
and
B(l11e$ion
testing
is 9ssentl:>l,
 Avoid exposure
to high
levills
t)[
clllorlne, (Max,mum
COriltnuo~s
level
is
5
ppm
of
chlorine,)
 Ms(,mum
depth o(
gea/anl musl mIt
e~ceeo
'112
in ;
mininlliln oepth Is '114
in.
 Mat.imum
exp()n~IOn
and
conto<lctlon $ll0ultJ not excer,:d
2~%
or
avC!rage
jo,nl widln.
 Do
not
curo in
tile
presence
of
GuluiS SIlicon.:
sealants.
 Avnrd
contact with
alcohol
and
oth'~r
,Olv""nr cl"aners during cure,
 00
not
apply when
mOlsture-vapor-lransml,$IC,n
condition
C:Xlsts
trom the
substrate
as
tl\l$
c;~n
CBuse
bUlloiing
within
the
sealJnI

U~,;
opened
cartridg~s
anrl
~n,-pac
saus80lls
11)0
~';;'n1e
day.

Wtlen
applying sealant, (jvl)lr;J
a,r.=ntrapm~l1\.
 SincO system
Is
moislurs-t:ureo. p"rmit sl..II'f,c'8nl t'XpOSlJf/O
to air.

Wnite color
IOr)o:iS
to
yellow slightly wt'en
,,'posed
to
ullr<Jviolet rays.
 Lignt
colors
can
yellow
if
expo~od
to
llire<;t
!Ja;
tired
heal,ng
elen1~nt,
 il)"
ultimate
pcrrormanc~
of
SiKaflsx-1
a
o',penos en
good joinl
deSI!;l1l snd pl1Jper application
with
jOint
Slilraces
properly
prepareo,
 TM
depth of sealant in
nOfizontal
Joints sub/CJd to
Iraftl~ I~
'1/2
in.
..
Do not
tool wltl)
detergent or
$oal:'
sol~lions,

Do not
lIse
In
contact wilh
oltllmJr")\.Islagpn.lt,c malertOlI$
.
.
_---
.-
.-
..
-
'--"
--'
-----_.
Ci\l,Ition
Jrritunt
-----
Com\)\l~tII;>le
First
Aid
Kcop
~WfJy
from
open
1};nnc:;
~nd
ni911 he,;.t, Coniilll1l1
x"il~nt:,
avold
oreaU"uno viJpor!O.
LJ~E'
with
adetlll.Eltl1 v<mti1::1tion.
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!.kin
ana
81'13 contOJt::t,
iJ:;~
Clf
MOSt'l epprovcr1
or[l:.mlc
vapo( re-splmtor.
!;mf~
<:tnd c11enllcal-fesl:;\iml
glov~~
re.COm­
man<;lqd.
Remove
contsmlnPtqd <:Joining
aM
sho~s
--_._-_
...
__
.
In
cas"
of
"kin contact,
WB:;l]
thorflughly
",1m soap
ann
w~lcr,
f
or
eye
contact, llur,h
Iml71~tli"t"ly
wllll plenty
of
Vi"lor
for
fli
lesst
1'5
minul~.:
contact phY6Ici.ll,
W".iI
dOlhlng b'llOre re-,,';r:, DIScard contamlm1tCQ
~hce:,.
----.-.---
_
....
"-_._--
._
..
_----
----
Clean
Up
Uocurll(i
rn;::ltoriiJi
G:l1l be ramovon with
ilppro~~d
solvonl
Cllrr.d
m~lcriljl
can
ot11y
bEl rElnlOvud
mt2c:hsnlcally.
For
:.;plllnge,
. _____ .
,,_
~~~~~ _~~~_d ~.I.:p08e
or
In
1~':.~OTdLlm:e
WI.th
c~I~~ent~_ilfl~I~t;.~~lo lo~~.,.:~~~~!.'"?~r.~~\1 rcg_ul.,:ti~_s.
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Prouuot Data
Sheet
Edition
8.1.Z008
Identification
no.
440
Sikaflex-15
LM
d.
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II REStORATfOH IIISTITUTf
IV.u(l;(I~jlla.corpo/Jllan
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C'rHl~ Pil:;~L [~t
,100'1',
CDmp~·50·1'I:
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elt-15
LM
t",IL-il!lIt~!
CCO(!tlt'
1r."'\\1rh'f'~IIlJ
HHhShJ.12!lpmrr.rj
C(mi~I~IP;i6
. High-performance, low-modulus
.
elastomeric
sealant
VulhllltlaJ [J.:llc:
11/!:I(U~·IIIJl'\n
1+>,I1U$-$11.1110
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SEALANT VAl.lDATION
'.
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Description
Wher!1J
to
use
Siksflex-15
LM
is
a
low-modld~s.
hi9h-pcrforil11lnce. i-component, pOlyureti1l'lne-baSed, non-sag
elastomaric seal3nt. Meat:'; Federal
Sp'.lclflc~rion
TT-S-002.30C, Type
II,
ClaSf,
A:
ASTM
C-920,
Type
S,
Grt'lde NS,
Class
100/50, ,IS;
T, NT, G. M;
FtCl"ral Speciilcrltioll
for
silicones· n·S-001543
A,
Type non-sag.
Tested
in
;;Iccord"n<*-
Wi1h
ASTM C,1382
for
uS~
in
EIFS syswms.
---Excellent for
moving~ioilit.t;
in
V8rllcal'app"cstJon~:"
.. _--
.,---.-...
_-_. . . --
--'-
 Suilable
for
US""
between
foimll"r
25
well
<15
OI$Slmila( materisls.
 Typical applications inclu(le
jnints in
concl'et"
panel
Md wail
systenis,
~lro'.I'ld
window
and
Ooor
fram8~,
reglet:;, flashing, (.DlllmOn roo/inf) delail applications,
etc.
 ExceptiOnal seal;;ln!
ChOICI~
for
n'gn-fl58
clllCJ
f:;lc,'lde appliC<lIlOns
where
hlg!) moVen18nt oapability
is rCJquired.
II
An
affe:ctlve sealant
for
use In
E~ierior
Insul,1l10n
Finish
SyStems (EIFS).
A'dv;~-ta-g-e-s---"
..
----;-c;~.;mod·~I~s
of
elasticitY
. - ---. .. -.-- _..
-_.
----.-

Ea~y
and re:;lCly to
use.
 Eliminates
time, effort,
w"ste. ann
equiprn~'r'l
clf,!:;:n-up.
 Cllres to
a
durable,
flexibl'~ con~lstF.!ncy.
 Exceptional
cut
ana
teOir rl3si:;Lance.
 SLr(:ss relOlxOItioli properties.

EXG9i1ent
aclhesion.
 Sands
to most
cQnstructiun mmeri:,us wlthoL,1
a
orlmer.

Paintable with
w:;Iler-, oil- ami rllboer basud p3l1ltS.
 Exr.ellent rr:!:slsrance
to aging.
w.;atnering
 Jet fl)O!I
resistant.
 Proven
in tough
Climates aroum the
world.
 NOI).lea!;\1ing.
 Capable
of
.,.100%
1-50%
jOint movemtm.
 TWO-hour
UL
iire
rating Wilen "sed
wil~1
Ultra
BI,)ok·".
:
Coverag-e---- 10.1
fl. oz.
cartridQe se:;lls
12A
linlilaiil.Of-1I2 -;-n.
~
'wi'
In.
joint.
20
il.
oz.
Llni·pac
sausag~
seals
24 -
lineC:J[
ft,
of
1/2
iii.
X 1/4
in,
loint.
----~----,:T:=-y:..:.:picarData
(Material
a;(j
;;-;;;:ing
Clondiiions@
73'1"
(23'Cr~nd
.50%
R.H.)
Shelf!..ifC 10.1
il. oz..
caruld(Je's
12
monthl;!
20
fl, oz.
Llni-pae sel)s.'ges
12
month!;:
5 \lal, palls
6
monlnS
55
gal. O[llmS
6
montlls
Slortl9'" Conditions
COlors
Store
at
~O'-75"F.
COndition matori<ll to S5'-7S'F boforo using.
Wni\E). Colonial Wmte,
Aluil1ln~m
Gray.
Limestone.
Black,
Dark Bronze,
CoIpil01 rail, Off"While. Be"ge, Almond,
Coping
Stone, Alumimlm i3tone,
Mt·dll,m Bronze, Redwool.l Tan.
Hartford
Green, Cedar,
and
Stone, SpeCial
1;010(5
on reque5t (min VOlume),
Application Tomperature 40'
to
WO'F
S,):;U~m
should be installea
w~en
jOint
is
at mic;iwrange
SCj'Vlee
~ange
of
,ts
anlicip~t,,,.l
I'i'IOlfement.
-40' to 170"F (-40" 10 7S"C)
Curin9
Rate Tack-Iree time
:I
to
~
Ilours (TT-S-002!30C)
Tack-freE)
te,
tOllch :; hour,.
Finsl Cure
7 to
10 el3YS
RBCQVery >80%
Shore A
Hardness (ASTM D-224Q)
Tensilo Properties \ASTM 0-412)
21
dill' Tensile S1(e,$!l
Elongation
(It Break
MOaulus
of
EI<:\s.(lcily
Adhesion
in
p",,1
(TT-S-00230C)
Substrate
Peel Strength
Aluminum 2S
II;:,
GI~s~
2S ip.
Concret,.
30
10,
We3therln9 RO$i;;tance Exc;)t[cnl
21 day
:25~f"
50'1'
100%
12&
psi (.86
MPa)
700%
20 p<-I (.13 MPa)
35
p~l
(.24
MP~I)
nO psi
(.34
MPa)
Adlleslon
L,o:;~
Q%
0%
Chomic:~1
Resistance
(;000
re~,stancc
I\l wet&r,
diluled
~cld~,
and diluted
~IKallne$.
Not
normally
lCJr IUlly illlml3rSe<, conditions.
Con~~lt
lechnical SelVlce lor Wecific data.
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20/;:;as@
Av;;il,mle on
speci.al
order:
5
gal.
pail~. 5~· g~lcEr.!Jm~
Surface
Pr~paratiOn
Clean ail ..
urfaces.
Joinr wailS follJf.l
bE
sound.
cJe;,ln,
dry.
irost·free
and
fr""
of
011
-0
~nd
grease. Curing
compound
res,du!;-s
~
ano sny
otner foreign matters
ITlUS(
be
thora,Jghly
removed.
Inswll
bond
brc;)Ker
tape or
bacile( roo
to
prever1( band
at
base
_
. ____ ..
_.
____
.I?T.i£!r~~
__
I"rlmlnll
Priml119 Is tYpically not
necessmy. Most
SUbstr,,\[e>.\
only require priming
i1 le:..ting indic:ates
<.i
need,
i.e.
dw~
to
excessiv~ly
porows substrate.
Con~ull
Sikaflex
Primer
Technic;;.11
Oal~
Sheet or Technic:al
Sl;!rvice
for
complete Information
a~
to primer
ruqwements.
Note: Most
Exterior Inswlatlon FInish Systems
(EIFS)
manufacturers rer:;olT1rneno
the
use
of
a
primer. When
EIFS
manuf~r.:turer ~peclfies
3
prim';r
or if on-site bond
testinglMicates
a
primer
i~
nece~sary.
SIKaflex429 prlrlll;!r
,5
I'GGomm"nded. OrH31Te adhesion testing is
recommended
with
_ ..
-
_______ fln_al
w;.!em
prlo!.~r~.o.i:.J'?_b_.
__
... ____ ...
_
..
______ .
--__ _
· Application
RS'"-Ommenoed application temperalures.
40'-100"r,
For
o;lla-w~tner applicaDan~. pre-o;:lndl~oning
units to
8pprGximately
70<F
is
rl':COmmenCleo. Only
apply
seal",m
to
c1e;;!n, sourlC!.
orY.
and trosl-free
~uostrates.
Sikaliex-15
LM
shOuld
Os
~ppl,tJ~
Into jo,ms
wtie(,
loin:
slot is
at nlld-poillt Of Ils designed expansion
and
t;ontraction.
PlaGu
nozzle
of
gun Into
bottorn
01
the joint
fIIl,ng emire jOint.
Keep
nozzl(,! 1(1
tile
sealant. anC! con­
tinue on wllil
a
steady flow of sealant
prec"ding tile nozzle
to
avoid
air
entrCipment.
Avoifj
overlapping
of
sealant
to
~hrnlnate
emtrclpillam
of
air.
Tool
sealant to ensure
full
conlact Wi1h
joint
walls snd rerrJOve air entiaprnei\t.
Joint
dimension
snould
allow for
114
inch
mmimtllll and
112
mcll
J)ltlximl.Jm thiCkness
jar
st'alflnt.
Proper
deSign i$
2:1
width
to depth
rstio.
·
Li~itations
. ----. -Allow
1-Weeko~(Jno.~,,;j
condiliO(". when
1I~1r\9 s'K~fi~;:;-15LM'~
\.;ial water Immersion
Caution
SituationS ano
prior
to
P'1tnting.
" lVIaximum depth
of
sealOint mll"t
not
Cxt;eeCl1/2
in ..
Ililnimum
depm
is
1(4
in.

Do not
oure In tile presence or
curing
s,lIcone sealants.
M
Avoid oontact
wiTh alcohOl. anel
other
solvent Cleaners.
during
CU['8.
" Wilen
overcoatlng.
an
on
s,ts lest
is
recorTll'nfnOeO
to
dalerm'ne compatibiliTY.

Do not
apply
when
moi;.tl,Jre-vapor-tr3n~.mlssion
condilion exists
from
the
substrate.
~s
this
can
0:3us0 bubbling
within tile
5ealctnt.
 US"
opened c:;!rtridga:;
onel
L,ni-pac solus3ges
the
same
d"y.

When
applying !?ealant. aVOid air-entwfJmem.
 E:ince syslem
Is
moi5tun~-(:~Jr"d.
permit
s~,fiic,ent
Bxposure
to air.

Wnite
oolor tends.o
yellow sligntly
wherl expClsed
to
ultraviol~t
rayS.
II
Light
colors
ean
yellow
If exposed
to
d,recl
QM.
fired heating elements.

1
he ultimate p<!lrfonTTanCO! 01
Si1<.afle~-15
LM
depends
on
gOO(1
joint deSign and pf1;lper
application.
Witn JOint surfaces propp-rly prepared
ana
sealer). movement
of
+
100% -50%
can
be tolerated.
 Do
not
us~
.ir;.29ntact Vlltll
t)i!LJI!Il!)2.uS/"f,ph.,!ltic.I])~'le(I~.Ls"
__ __
..
.
____
. .. ... __ ..
_
Combustible
Knop
'w~y
from
opr,n
fioITles
sM
nlah h,,,,. Comel"5 rylell . avolo brcolhing vapors.
V," v.i/h
adeqtlato
vonhl~lIcn.
:
Irrit-';~t----' ~hl
s;;-;;;nd ';;;;'·mact.
u,.;;[
NIO:;H
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,"reLy
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...
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and
sn?::',
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,_
..
______ __ ____
.
First
Aid
In
C!I~"
of
sf.in contact. w"sh IMrm,gnly willi soap an,1
w,,'~,.
"or
eye conloet.
«wgh
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with plenty
or
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·
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m,,'"ri~1
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FRDM-MUSICK,PEELER
&
GARRETT
LLP. DC
p(oduc\ Data Sheet
Edition 1.11.200B
.
Identification
no. 764-15N
Sikaflex-2c NS
EZ
Mix
714-668-2490
.Sikafl
e*~2c
NS
EZ
Mix
. Two-component, non-sag, polyurethane
'elastomeric sealant
T-027 P.027/028
F-257
Doscrlptlon
Slka~ex ~-E2.
Mix i"
~ 2~-;;;;;nnonl.P"lmi<lm-gr;d~. P-;;IY<I~~ih;no-baSea:-;;~~
eualanl. II i. principally il
cMmlcni cute
in
Eo
QQ!l:~8
conslslc:ncy. M');,IS ASTnA
C_"ZO.
iypo
M.
Grsde NS,
CI".~
25,
vie
T,
NT.
M.
G,
A.
0 and
,edorol Spectncalion
TT·S,00227E:.
Type
II
Class
A.
rvle"t~
tAA/CGSS
19.24
-
M~Q,
Where to
tJg~---
.J
iilnt~i'dod
for
~~e
In ell
r'r~p~riy .j~sl!Jnr.w workin~
j{lrnt'i
';;llh
L!
n';i['i,;u-~~pth o~-·rncn.
-...
----.---­
_ Ideal lor VQrllc31
~nd
hOnzont,l
~ppllcalion~,

PI~t!-=sble
at
lernp8tstllres as lUw i!S
4Dr.
 Annl!rl:!S
to
I'IlOdt
S\lb~lrale6
commonly
luuna In
CIH\~tlut:1.iulI.

An
I,ff~clive sefll~nl
10'
use In tXICrior In,ulslion 1',nlOh Sy,temr,
{IOIF$I,
 SublTiergeQ
Elr\VjrQnrn~(llg,
SLlCll (IS
c;::,:md
and
r05Cr\fQII
JUilllS.
A(lvantagC$ - Cap3ble 01
1:00%
joinllno;;m;:;rt,' -." -----.
--. -.----,------.-
 Chomical cure ullQw" lhe
a8al~nllO
b. lJlaced In JOinlo .x';dsdlno
~
in_
in
depth.
 High el.slicllY
whn
"
lou~h,
dw·abln. fleyible conw.fnn"Y,

Exccp't1ofl~1
cut
and lC.:)T
ta~l.s1/mcr..
 Ex.C'JpllonQI
:)cnesion
10 mQ!Ot
lIL1bs.!retf.'';
~Whcut
pdrtlil1g
 Ava,lable In
40
.,,:JlIlectural C(llor".
 Color
uniformity
<1r,~ured
Via Cr,lor-pw 
ySI~m.
 AV<t,lnb\o
in
pre-piomonted
Lln,~stnn~
C,r.y (no C<'lor,p"k n.eaad).
II
Non-;~8
!!Ven
In
vll~e }oinl~.
11
AN:;I!NSF 61 approval for conillct Wit"
i>~tobl~ ",ut~,
_ Ee:,y
10
mix,
 Pal/liable
wilh
waler·, 011-. "nd
I'ub~er-Ilaso
p"inl"
.
Coveraee
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-----
1
9;;1,''):.ld5
211
,,~~~,.
Of 154
lin.
ft.OI
~-IIZTri~x 1/41~
101111. -----
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-----
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3
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-
..
HOW
to
Use----
.
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_.-.......
----. .
-.----
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Svriace
Prop;1ratlon
All
Jo1m-wall
sLirlaco~
mu.1
b.
cle,'n.
"om,d,
and
lro,,,-tro". Ju,nt walls
mU!ll
be
Iree
Of 0115.
8,~~se,
cunno
cornpou~d
rc,idue"
and
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II\~\ ml~lhl
pm 
"!
bOlla.
IdQOl1y ItllS snollia
110
,lcc:on'l(lllsned by
moch.nlcel
mQan~.
Send
[,reakor
tilpe
Of bacKor
rod
,!lUst
be
1.15Cr;l
in bellulTl
of
1·)111\ '0 prevent bonci.
Primin-g---'
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I!;
Iypically
n~t
;.cesaa;y
Mo.:
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(,Illy
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09
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to
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It
primilip i> needed.
consult
Toohnlcal Servk:Q of $Ikallex Prlmor iocllnl,).1 Ll"lil
~".ellor
addillon,,1 information on primlnQ.
NOle:
Moal EXlorio,
I~sula\lon
Fin,"h System; (EIF!;I rnonwlaCRlrcr:, recommend tho
u"~
al
a
primer.
W"~n
EfFS m"nu·
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spel'ifio" p,'lmer
or if on
.il~
boM lesllng
,,,d,~~tes
a prim'" is necessary,
Sik~n.< 42~
primer I',
t~cDmmoMcd.
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n~he~ioli
lestlnlJ
I~
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~V8lern
prior 10 lne start
(If
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jOb.
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m;,lules 10 "thieve
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A',)ld onl,
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TypiC<li
Data
(MlJterial
and
curing
condirions
73'F
(23'C)
(lM(i
50%
R.H,j
SI181111fo
Stor"ga
c"l1dltlon~
Color~
Appll~~llon
iempamluro
ServlC6 Flvngo
Curios
R~ta
(ASTM C..(;19)
Application
I.lfo
i .ar Strength
One year
in
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