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Product Use Information

Manufacturing Cold Pour Sealant since 1982

Data Chart | Joint and Crack Sealing Basics | Cold Pour/Hot Pour Comparison

Product Information Data Chart 
 

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Product Name Coverage Per Gallon Application Methods Reduction/
Clean-Up
Drying Time Color
651 Flex Crac™ Up to 80
Linear Ft.
½" X ½"
Manually or Crack Sealing Pump
None
Water
30 min. Black
652 Gator-Aid® Up to 20 ft.²
¼" Depth
Squeegee None
Water
30 min. Black
653 Trowel Flex Crac™ Up to 20 ft.²
¼" Depth
Squeegee Trowel None
Water
30 min. Black
654 Super Flex® Up to 80
Linear Ft.
½" X ½"
Manually or Crack Sealing Pump
None
Water
30 min. Black
655 Duraflex® Up to 80
Linear Ft.
½" X ½"
Manually or Crack Sealing Pump
None
Water
30 min. Black
671 Flex Crete™ Up to 80
Linear Ft.
½" X ½"
Bulk Caulking Gun or Crack Sealing Pump
None
Water
30 min. Gray

 

Joint and Crack Sealing Basics
 

   

Typical Shape Factor for Sealants - Allstates Coatings' Cold Pour Sealants can have a Shape Factor of up to 1.5 on reservoirs up to 2" (50.8 mm) wide and significantly higher on reservoirs less than 1" (25.4 mm) wide.


 

 

Cold Pour vs. Hot Pour Crack Sealer Comparison 
 

Cold Pour - Hot Pour
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. Application Temp. 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. Application Rate 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. Clean-Up Can require hours for cool down--clean with solvents.
Safest equipment and product that can be made.  Absolutely NO risks to user or environment. Safety 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. V.O.C.'s Does not meet emission standards.
 

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