DE NEEF® Denepox I-40
Two Component Epoxy
DE NEEF® Denepox I-40 is an ultra low viscosity, 100% solids, two component, moisture insensitive epoxy injection resin system designed specifically for gravity feeding or pressure injection of cracks. Its ultra low viscosity allows for gravity feeding of even hairline cracks on horizontal surfaces. DE NEEF® Denepox I-40 is moisture insensitive and can be applied in damp to dry (not wet) conditions. This product may be injected with multi-ratio pump or due to its long pot life, it may be “hot potted” with a single component pump.
- Ultra Low Viscosity
- Moisture Insensitive
- 100% Solids
- VOC Compliant
- Long Pot Life
- Hairline Structural Cracks
- Gravity Feed Horizontal Cracks
- Porous Concrete Surfaces
Packaging & Handling
Approximately 1 gallon units
(92 fl oz. “PART A” & 32 fl oz. “PART B”)
Shelf Life: A minimum of 1 year in original, unopened container.
Storage: Store in a dry area, between 40°F and 95°F. Protect from direct sunlight.
Surface of application should be clean and sound. The surface must be free of dust, oil, grease, laitance, curing compounds, or any other contaminants. It may be dry to damp, but must be free of standing water. The very best results are obtained on dry concrete. Do NOT apply on surfaces, which have been sealed with a permanent type of form oil, curing compound or release agent. Remove these substances before application. The surface temperature must be 40°F and rising. Refer to DE NEEF® Surface Preparation Guidelines for more details.
Mixing Procedure: Stir each component separately. Mix 2.85 parts A with 1 part B by volume into a clean mixing container. Mix the epoxy with a slow speed drill with a mixing paddle attachment. Carefully scrape the sides and bottom of the pail during mixing with a paint stirring stick. Blend for 3 minutes. Mix only the amount of materials that can be used within the pot life.
Please note: Large batches of epoxy will cure much faster than small batches. Mixed epoxy will cure much faster in hot weather than in cold weather.
Application: For gravity feeding: mix appropriate amount of epoxy, 2.85 parts A to 1 part B by volume and pour onto properly dammed or widened crack to keep epoxy from spreading. As an injection epoxy: Mix and metering equipment is recommended. Please contact DE NEEF® Construction Chemicals or your local representative for detailed instructions.
Clean-Up: Remove uncured DE NEEF® Denepox I-40 from tools and equipment with a suitable solvent such as xylene or toluene immediately after use. Cured material may only be removed mechanically.
Health and Safety
WARNINGS: KEEP CONTAINER CLOSED WHEN NOT IN USE. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. NOT FOR INTERNAL CONSUMPTION. ONLY FOR PROFESSIONAL USE BY A QUALIFIED TECHNICIAN.
- Component A - IRRITANT - Prolonged skin or eye contact may cause sensitization and irritation.
- Component B - CORROSIVE - Contact with skin or eyes may cause severe burns.
- Skin Contact: Wash thoroughly with soap and water.
- Eye Contact: Flush immediately with clean water and contact a physician.
- Respiratory Problems: Remove affected person to fresh air immediately and contact a physician.
- Hygiene: Wash hands immediately after use. Wash clothing before reuse.
- Spills: Collect with absorbent material. Remaining material may be removed with a suitable solvent.
- Disposal: Dispose of in accordance with local, stale and federal regulations. Refer to Safety Data Sheet for detailed safety precautions.
In the event of an EMERGENCY call: CHEMTREC 800-424-9300.
Application at ambient temperature below 40°F is not recommended. Exposure to temperatures exceeding 150°F for prolonged periods is not recommended.
|PROPERTY||PART A||PART B|
|Shelf Life||1 year||1 year|
|Mix Ratio||2.85:1 (A:B) Volume
3.33:1 (A:B) Weight
|2.85:1 (A:B) Volume
3.33:1 (A:B) Weight
|PROPERTY||MIXED A AND B||TEST|
|Pot Life 77°F||80 min.||N/A|
|Tensile Strength||9,000 psi||D-638|
|Flexural Strength||14,400 psi||D-790|
|Compressive Strength||12,000 psi||D-695|
|Bond Strength (Dry Concrete)||870 psi||C-321|
|Bond Strength (Wet Concrete)||520 psi||C-321|
|*Slant Shear Dry Concrete||1985 psi||C-882|
|*Slant Shear Water Saturated||1110 psi||C-882|
|*Splitting Tensile Strength Air Dried Concrete||923 psi||C-496|
|*Splitting Tensile Strength Water Saturated Concrete||703 psi||C-496 (modified)|
*Tested by U.S. Army Corps. Of Engineers. (REMR CS-11)
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Last Updated: 2020-01-16