Damtite 12 Lb Pail Hydraulic Cement

10LB HYDRAULIC CEMENTModel # 07121

Item #275964
UPC: 00037438071210
$20.99
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Damtite 12 Lb Pail Hydraulic Cement

10LB HYDRAULIC CEMENTModel # 07121

Item #275964
UPC: 00037438071210
$20.99
In-store price may vary from online price. Not all products available at all stores.
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Product Details
Container Size12 lb
Container TypePail
BrandDAMTITE
UPC00037438071210
Package Quantity1
Unit of MeasurementEach
Country of OriginUnited States of America
A cement-based, quick-set hydraulic cement for concrete and masonry. It is a dry powder mixed with water to putty consistency that sets in 3 to 5 minutes to stop flowing water or seepage under pressure through holes and cracks, and can even be applied under water. It expands as it sets to provide a permanent, high-strength patch. Ideal to repair holes and cracks in concrete and masonry walls, wall-floor joists, swimming pools, water storage tanks, fountains, ponds, and drains. Also for sealing around pipe/conduit or to anchor hooks, metal to concrete. Coverage: 1 pound fills a crack 3/4" W x 3/4" D x 2.5' L, or 16.8 cu in.
  • A cement-based, quick-set hydraulic cement for concrete and masonry
  • Stops flowing water or seepage under pressure through holes and cracks
  • Can be applied under water
  • It expands as it sets to provide a permanent, high-strength patch
  • 12 lb
Warning

Warning: This product contains crystalline silica a chemical known by the State of California Proposition 65 to cause cancer. Risk of cancer is based upon breathing of silicia dust particles with prolonged occupational usage over many years.