Acrylic Patch Binder
Acrylic Patch Binder is a 100% acrylic emulsion that is mixed with portland cement and sand, producing a patch mix with superior flexural, adhesive and impact strength.
5 Gallon Pail, 30 Gallon Keg, 55 gallon Drum
One gallon will produce enough patch mix (when mixed with sand and cement) to fill .86 square yard (approximately 7.75 square feet) at 1/4” depth.
When used as a Crack Filler: One gallon will produce enough material to fill 75-150 lineal feet of crack, depending on depth and width of crack.
A 100% acrylic liquid binder designed for on-site mixing with sand and cement. Ideal for leveling and repairing low spots and depressions up to 3/4” deep on tennis court and other sport surface pavements. Acrylic Patch Binder can also be used for filling cracks in asphalt or concrete sport surfaces up to 1” in width.
- Tennis Courts
- Multi Purpose/Basketball Courts
- Pickleball Courts
- Many other asphalt or concrete, athletic surfaces
Pavement surface must be cleaned entirely of dust, dirt, debris and all loose materials. New asphalt and concrete surfaces must cure 30 days before application.
A power mixer (drill with mixing attachment or mortar mixer) is recommended. However, materials can be mixed by hand. For patching and filling depressions, use the following mix design (based on 100 lbs. of silica sand for ease of calculation):
- Acrylic Patch Binder – 3.5 gallons
- Sand (40 – 60 mesh) – 100 lbs.
- Portland cement – 15-25 lbs. (1 to 2 dry gallons)
- Water – Up to 1/2 gallon if needed
Here is a smaller mix ratio for Acrylic Patch Binder, if needed:
- Acrylic Patch Binder – 1 Gallon
- Sand (40 – 60 mesh) – 30 lbs.
- Portland cement – 5-6 lbs. (1/2 dry gallon)
For a larger amount of binder mix, use this mixing design:
- Acrylic Patch Binder – 5 Gallons
- Sand (40 – 60 mesh) – 145 lbs
- Portland cement – 20-35 lbs. (2 to 3 dry gallons)
Note: Thoroughly mix dry sand and cement together first before adding to Acrylic Patch Binder.
Apply patch mix with smooth sided screed or trowel. Be sure to feather edges on patches. Acrylic Patch Binder patching mix should be applied in multiple lifts to achieve desired depth in patches greater than 1/2”.
Mix thoroughly for only 2 to 4 minutes. DO NOT OVERMIX as this may cause excessive air entrainment and loss of strength. Surface and air temperatures must be above 50 degrees F (or 10 degrees Celsius) during application and for at least 24 hours after application for adequate curing.
Allow surface to harden completely before applying coatings or opening to foot or vehicle traffic.
Wash tools in water before material dries.