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Triton TRIMOL 36 is a three component, pourable Epoxy Resin System for use as a structural grout.
Triton TRIMOL 36 structural grout is a versatile product for site repairs to rotten, insect or fire damaged timbers to remake joints, breaks or shakes.
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Triton TRIMOL 36 is a three component, pourable epoxy resin system for use as a structural grout. The resin is of a light golden colour which is mixed in the ratio of 100 parts by weight (p.b.w) with 20 p.b.w of the hardener - an almost colourless liquid - to provide a base for the addition of the filler component which consists of graded silaceous aggregates. The system is either cold or warm setting to give a structurally discreet back fill, principally for timber repairs.
Triton TRIMOL 36 mixtures are, by reason of site control over filler concentration, capable of being used to provide a pourable grout or back-fill for a wide range of temperatures. The cured product creeps sufficiently under loading to accommodate movement in complex timber joints.
Triton TRIMOL 36 structural grout is a versatile product for site repairs to rotten, insect or fire damaged timbers to remake joints, breaks or shakes; the system is recommended for use with epoxy glass pultruded rods where their strength, corrosion resistance and compatibility with the epoxy grout makes them superior to mild or stainless steel reinforcement.
Contaminated surfaces can inhibit both subsequent bonding and appearance. Remove any loose surface deposits or rotten timber: visible surfaces may be left natural or cut off to leave a clean interface between timber and synthetic repair. Prop where necessary.
Shutter the repair area using melamine faced chipboard (e.g. contiboard). Render the pre-waxed shuttered box leakproof with the aid of one component silicone sealant and allow this to cure.
Where the pour is to be into masonry make a good seal by utilising a compatible product, e.g Triton TRIMOL 54 Epoxy Wood, which may be used as a putty.
Lay the epoxy glass rods across any gap between either rotten timber or from timber to masonry, always ensuring that the rods are seated into good timber.
Pour resin and hardener into the pail supplied and mix thoroughly with a palette knife or similar until a clear, nonstriated mix is achieved. Add filler slowly until a pourable viscosity is reached.
The following times hold for 20°C.
In bulk an 8 Kg mix is usable for approx 30 minutes.
Breaking down to smaller quantities of mix will help extend the life to approx 45 minutes. The usable life at higher temperatures will be shortened.
To avoid excessive build-up of exothermic heat the mixed system is poured to a depth of 50mm when working at 20°C - less at higher temperatures. Allow the system to gel before continuing in 50mm layers until completion of the fill. Strike shuttering after 12 hours at 20°C.
After 3 days at 20°C any propping may be removed: any loading may now be imposed.
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