Black Permanent Pavement Repair, 30 lb. Pail, Coverage: 3 sq. ft. @ 1"
- Item # 13R450
- My Part #
- Mfr. Model # PP-30-CP
- Catalog Page # 1617
- UNSPSC # 31201606
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- Patching Application Mortars and Patching Cements
- Item Permanent Pavement Repair
- Color Black
- Container Size 30 lb.
- Container Style Pail
- Coverage 3 sq. ft. @ 1"
- VOC 0g/L
- Flash Point 250 Degrees F
- Application Temp. Range 0 Degrees to 105 Degrees F
- Starts to Harden 1 min.
- Full Cure Time 1 min.
- For Use On Surface Material Asphalt,Concrete,Steel,Wood
- Application May Be Used In Any Temperature Or Weather Condition, Pour Directly From The Bag
- For Use With Asphalt or Concrete Pavement
- Characteristics Paving Repair Compound Rapidly, Safely and Effectively Patches Potholes, Utility Cuts and Cracks or other Parking Area Problems, Bonds Equally Well to Dry or Damp or Wet Surfaces
- Cured Color Family Blacks
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