Bridge Repair Epoxy Overlay Webinar with Euclid
Watch our replay of a live webinar hosted by Brad Bond, President of Richform Construction Supply Co. Ltd, featuring Brian Salazar and Steve Scarpinato of The Euclid Chemical Company.
FLEXOLITH is a two component, 100% solids, low modulus, moisture insensitive epoxy binder with properties which make it suitable for use in applications where stress relief and resistance to mechanical and thermal movement is required.
Epoxy Overlay Features/Benefits
- Rapid cure, minimizes down-time
- Easy to use
- Can be used as a mortar or broadcast system
- Parking decks
- Loading docks
- Nosing repair applications
- ASTM C 881-99, Type III, Grade 1 Class B
- AASHTO M 235, Type III, Grade 1
Low modulus epoxy binder suitable for use in applications where stress relief and resistance to mechanical and thermal movements are required, such as for overlays or non-skid surfaces on bridge decks.
Flexolith – Canada MSDS Sheet
The LEED™ (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Green Building Rating System provides a standard for defining an environmentally friendly, sustainable, “green” building. Points are awarded to construction projects based on building characteristics like water savings, energy efficiency, indoor air quality, and the types of building materials used. The Euclid Chemical Company manufactures many products that can contribute points toward the LEED™ certification of a building.
Flexolith & Flexolith Gel can contribute to LEED™ points of a building based on its “low-emitting” qualities, Indoor Environmental Quality (EQ) Credit. This product a has volatile organic compound (VOC) content of 0 g/L (grams per liter.)
Flexolith & Flexolith Gel is manufactured in Sheffield, IL. If Sheffield, IL. falls within a 500-mile radius of the project site, the product is considered to be a locally produced material and can help contribute to earning (MR) Regional Materials Credit.
No single extracted material is used to produce the majority of this product. Additionally, all raw materials come from one of several sources which in-turn come from one of several raw material feed stocks. As such, point source for the raw materials cannot be determined.