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Polyquik Performance Products

  1. 1. Willamette Valley Company<br />
  2. 2. Performance ProductsDivision<br />Repair & Protection<br />
  3. 3. Polyurea as Concrete Repair<br />Overview of Polyurea / Polyurethane based products as Repair, Sealants and Coatings.<br />Products that can repair Concrete but that are not cementitious.<br />A radically different approach to Repair that challenges existing methods.<br /> Solutions when there is a need for speed<br />
  4. 4. Goals and Objectives<br />WVCO Innovation<br />Products<br />Capabilities <br />Service <br />Equipment <br />
  5. 5. Performance ProductsDivisionFeatures & Benefits<br />Extended service life<br />Extend the value of a working asset<br />Fast turn around time<br />Means that there are decreased man-hours and a faster return to service<br />Increased performance<br />Repairs that will last.<br />Reuse, repair, restore<br />Time, performance, cost<br />Custom equipment setup<br />Equipment department on site for metering equipment etc.<br />Custom formulate for end use application<br />R&D facility on site, advanced testing equipment<br />
  6. 6. OVERVIEW<br /><ul><li>WVCO road/rail/infrastructure repair materials
  7. 7. Features of sampled WVCO / PolyQuik products
  8. 8. Where products can be used
  9. 9. Future opportunities</li></li></ul><li>POLYQuik Performance Products<br />FastPatch<br />GC, SC, NS<br />Gravel, Sand, Non-Sag<br />Jointing Compounds<br />414 & CJF <br />FamoCrete <br />Rail Grouts<br />HPRG Type I & II<br />
  10. 10. Concrete Repair, Restoration, Sealing<br /><ul><li>FastPatch GC Kits (Gravel Component)
  11. 11. FastPatch SC Kits (Sand Component)
  12. 12. FastPatch NS (Non-Sag)
  13. 13. FastPatch LV low viscosity and very low temp application for freezer repairs
  14. 14. CJS-414 (Flexible Jointing System)
  15. 15. CJF (Control Joint System )
  16. 16. All products 100% solids, no solvents (No VOC). “Eco-friendly”
  17. 17. All products are considered “cold applied”. No heat required.</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>FamoCrete
  18. 18. Non-sag rigid two component polyurethane
  19. 19. Fast set & cure
  20. 20. Set time less than 10-minutes
  21. 21. Cures hard in an hour
  22. 22. Available in caulking cartridge
  23. 23. Anyone can use it
  24. 24. Sandable, machineable.
  25. 25. Works on concrete spalls & cracks.</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>FastPatch MD
  26. 26. Same as GC, but meter dispensed (MD)
  27. 27. Meters produced at WVCO Pre-Tech
  28. 28. Available in 50-gallon drums
  29. 29. Advantages
  30. 30. High production.
  31. 31. Less labor intensive, decreasing man-hours.
  32. 32. Increased consistency.
  33. 33. No issues with working/pot life of material.
  34. 34. Less waste.</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>FastPatch GC
  35. 35. Gravel extended flexible polyurethane.
  36. 36. 1-hour return to service.
  37. 37. Works on concrete spalls and enlarged cracks.
  38. 38. Available in 5-gallon bucket “kits” Yield ~ 2.5 gallons (0.33 cu-ft) with gravel.
  39. 39. Can be bulk applied.
  40. 40. Proven to last.</li></li></ul><li>FastPatch GC<br /><ul><li>Where to use FastPatch GC
  41. 41. Dry clean concrete
  42. 42. Spalls
  43. 43. Cracks
  44. 44. Where not to use FastPatch GC
  45. 45. Wet Concrete
  46. 46. Asphalt
  47. 47. Gravel/Dirt Substrate
  48. 48. As overlay material
  49. 49. Cold conditions < 50F</li></li></ul><li>Dowel Bar Repair<br />CalTrans<br />
  50. 50. FastPatch GC<br />CalTrans<br />
  51. 51. H-DOT<br />
  52. 52. Ohio-DOT<br />
  53. 53. <ul><li>FastPatch NS (Non Sag) Vertical Applied Material
  54. 54. NS is a non-sag, trowelable grade </li></ul>polyurethane<br /><ul><li>All material contained in easy to use kit
  55. 55. Highly rigid
  56. 56. Strong Adhesion To Concrete
  57. 57. Sand extended
  58. 58. Sandable/Machineable
  59. 59. Working Life ~ 20 mins
  60. 60. Return to Service ~ 5hrs at 70F</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>Where to use FastPatch NS
  61. 61. Dry, clean concrete only
  62. 62. Vertical spalls
  63. 63. Sidewalks
  64. 64. Curbs
  65. 65. Concrete walls
  66. 66. Columns
  67. 67. Etc.</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>How to use FastPatch NS
  68. 68. Drill, Mix Blade
  69. 69. Trowel Brushes
  70. 70. Tape
  71. 71. Safety – Gloves Safety Glasses
  72. 72. 1K Primer
  73. 73. Mix and Trowel</li></li></ul><li>FastPatch NS - Case Study: Raised Sidewalk<br />
  74. 74. FastPatch NS – Case Study: Column Repair<br />
  75. 75. FastPatch NS Bi-Mart Sisters Oregon<br />
  76. 76. FastPatch NS – Case Study: Curb Repair<br />
  77. 77. Fast Patch Dock Repair<br />
  78. 78. Gravel to extend & Resin to fill<br />
  79. 79. Note Featheredge and full depth<br />
  80. 80. FastPatch Dock Repair<br />
  81. 81. FastPatch LV<br />Uses<br />Cracks & Spalls<br />Freezer Repairs<br />Transitions between 2 levels<br />100% solids<br />Bridge & Concrete Deck Sealer<br />
  82. 82. FastPatch LV<br />Features & Benefits<br />Low Viscosity: Penetrates thin cracks<br />Low temp use: less than 20f<br />High strength: excellent early bond<br />Fast setting: open to traffic in 15 mins<br />
  83. 83. <ul><li>CJS-414
  84. 84. Highly flexible 4:1 (resin:isocyanate) polyurethane.
  85. 85. Cold Applied
  86. 86. Used to seal joints in concrete.
  87. 87. Available in 50-gallon drums or 750mL cartridges.
  88. 88. Backer rods can be used to control the depth of repair.
  89. 89. Solidifies in less than 90 seconds.
  90. 90. Open traffic in less than an hour.</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>Where to use CJS-414
  91. 91. Dry concrete control joints
  92. 92. Cleaned joints (limited debris present).
  93. 93. ¼ – 1” joints
  94. 94. Where not to use CJS-414
  95. 95. Wet concrete surfaces
  96. 96. Asphalt (exception APCP joints)
  97. 97. Obstructed joints
  98. 98. FastPatch GC/MD repair areas
  99. 99. Joints > 1 ”</li></li></ul><li>CJS-414<br />
  100. 100. <ul><li>HPU-CJF
  101. 101. Flexible 1:1 (resin:isocyanate) polyurea.
  102. 102. Used in joints, cracks or small spalls that require high bond strength.
  103. 103. Low moisture sensitive.
  104. 104. Available in 600-1200mL cartridge.
  105. 105. Shave after 30 minute.</li></li></ul><li>POLYQuikCJF<br /><ul><li>Where to use PQ-CJF
  106. 106. Dry, clean concrete
  107. 107. Cracks
  108. 108. Low movement joints
  109. 109. Smaller spalls
  110. 110. Where not to use PQ-CJF
  111. 111. Wet concrete surfaces
  112. 112. Asphalt
  113. 113. Obstructed joints
  114. 114. As an overlay material
  115. 115. FastPatch GC/MD appropriate repair areas</li></li></ul><li>Where to use…(continued)<br />Polyaspartic = high chemical and impact resistant floor coatings:<br />P-670<br />P-690<br />P-540<br />
  116. 116. Where to use…(continued)<br />Protect<br />
  117. 117. Where to use…(continued)<br />Protect<br />RTS 7/09<br />Tunnel application<br />
  118. 118. Spray Application of P-480 liner continued<br />
  119. 119. HPRG: High Performance Rail Grout<br /><ul><li>Outline</li></ul>What is Rail Grout?<br />Why is it used?<br />Key Properties<br />Light Rail Systems<br />Future Opportunities<br />
  120. 120. <ul><li>What is Light Rail Grout?</li></ul>Used in low weight, rails transit systems<br />Typically Elastomeric Polyurethane or Polyurea<br />Can be used with or without sand<br />Can be metered without sand depending on application<br />Used in place of SBR rubber boot<br />
  121. 121. <ul><li>Why use a Grout?</li></ul>Elastomeric to absorb vibrations/noise/impact<br />Electrically Insulates Rail System<br />Distribute Dynamic Loads<br />Flows readily into voids to fill space<br />Used in places were rubber boot is impractical or where superior vibrational dampening is required (i.e. near structures, over bridges, at junctions)<br />
  122. 122. <ul><li>Rail Grout Key Properties?</li></ul>Typically Two Hardness Types<br />TypeI – 80 ± 10 Shore A<br />TypeII – 55 ± 10 Shore A<br />Electrically Insulating > 1.2E12Ω∙cm<br />Pourable-Working Life >6-minutes<br />Absorb Vibrations & Weight<br />Cyclic Load Stable<br />Adhesion to steel and concrete<br />Minimal Shrinkage<br />Freeze Thaw Stable<br />Chemically Resistant<br />
  123. 123. HPRG-Type-I MD: Case Study - MN Hiawatha Line Extension<br />
  124. 124. HPRG-Type-I MD<br /><ul><li>MN:Hiawatha Line Extension
  125. 125. Meter applied
  126. 126. Rail Design: Direct Fixation
  127. 127. MD used to fill below rail assembly</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>Types of Embedded Rail Design
  128. 128. Counteract shrinkage with sand
  129. 129. Kit only—no MD
  130. 130. Type-1 & 2 rail grouts passed cyclic loading for 5-million cycles @ 10,000lbs with no failure.</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>Case history:</li></ul>Teco Line: Tampa<br /><ul><li>Concrete Poured Directly to Rail as Repair</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>Case history:
  131. 131. Embedded Rail Repair
  132. 132. Teco Line: Tampa
  133. 133. Concrete Poured Directly to Rail</li></li></ul><li>Rail Grout<br /><ul><li>TypeII– 60 Shore A
  134. 134. Passed cyclic load test – 5-million cycles</li></li></ul><li>Fast. Long Lasting. Robust.<br /><ul><li>Where else can this material be used?</li></ul>New applications.<br /><ul><li>What materials can we make for you?</li></ul> We research and develop from scratch.<br /><ul><li>What problems that you had in the past can be solved by current or newly formulated products?</li></li></ul><li>Willamette Valley Company<br />

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