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Spal-Pro RS 88

Spal-Pro RS 88

Supports Traffic and Protects Joint Edges
Product Quantity 600 ml | 1 quart
Colours Standard Grey (68 Special Order Colours)
Dry Time 5 Minutes TF | 15 Minutes Razer Off Crown | 30 Minutes LT | 1 Hour FT, FC
SF Or LF 100 LF
Area Or Depth 1/8" x 1-1/2"
Floor Or Wall Floors
Interior or Exterior Interior
Tensile Strength 970
Shore Hardness A86-90
TF Tack Free
RC Recoat
FT Foot Traffic
LT Light Traffic
DT Dry Through
FC Full Cure
  • Spal-Pro RS 88 is “Heavy-Duty”: higher shore hardness provides greater edge protection and support

  • Spal-Pro RS 88 is Colorfast: Spal-Pro RS 88 maintains a consistent colour profile and resists fading and other discolouration under normal conditions

  • Spal-Pro RS 88 is Ideal for Use in Stained/Polished Floors: can be used to fill joints and cracks in polished concrete floors, will not smudge or smear during grinding/polishing

  • Spal-Pro RS 88 is not recommended for use under VCT or other non-breathing flooring systems. Use only in well-ventilated areas

  • Spal-Pro RS 88 is designed for interior use and may not be suitable for outdoor applications due to thermal movement

  • Spal-Pro RS 88 may exhibit bubbling and/or compromised adhesion if concrete or ambient moisture levels are excessive

  • Spal-Pro RS 88 should be installed full joint depth in saw-cut contraction/control joints (or 2” minimum in saw-cut joints exceeding 2” in depth) per PCA and ACI guidelines

  • In construction (formed) joints that are not saw-cut, Spal-Pro RS 88 should be installed at a minimum 2” depth. DO NOT USE COMPRESSIBLE BACKER ROD IN STANDARD SAW-CUT CONTRACTION/CONTROL JOINTS! Should not be installed prior to 30 days to ensure adequate adhesion.Joints should be completely free of saw laitance, dirt, debris, coatings/sealers and frost or visible moisture. Joints can be filled in one or two passes, Slightly overfill the joint, leaving a crowned profile, and allow to cure

  • When sequencing product installation as part of a concrete grinding/polishing process, installation can be done prior to grinding/honing if the first tool used is to be 40 grit or higher. Installation can also be deferred until prior to the last metal or transitional tooling step. The earliest the installed filler should be subjected to honing is 30 minutes if using a wet process, 3-4 hours if using a dry process (at 70°F)