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Feb Febtank Plug
Feb Febtank Plug, provides a ready to use, durable plugging mortar for active water leaks in concrete and masonry.
The material expands as it cures to form a watertight seal with similar characteristics to concrete.
Features and benefits
- Ultra-rapid setting
- Watertight seal
- Instant plugging of leaks
- Compatible with concrete
- Chloride free
- Just add water
Areas of use
Feb Febtank Plug is generally used to stop active water or seepage through joints, cracks and holes in concrete or masonry. This solution is most commonly used:
- As a seal for construction joints or floor joints
- For instant sewer connections
- For sealing cracks and construction joints in water retaining structures
- For rapid anchoring of bolts, conduits, pipes and railings
- As joint filling between concrete segments in tunnels, sewage systems, pipes and mines.
Directions of use
Before you use Feb Febtank Plug, you first need to flush out the application area, to remove any loose particles or dust. Once that’s complete, all surfaces must be dampened with clean water to prepare for application. Feb Febtank Pure sets both above and below the water level, so don’t be concerned if the area you intend to fill is slightly under water.
To prepare the solution, simply add clean water to the Feb Febtank Plug powder and mix to a stiff consistency. Once mixed, hold the material in a gloved hand until it feels slightly warm or begins to set.
If no active water is present, it’s important you keep the Feb Febtank Plug mortar damp for 15 minutes while setting.
Feb Febtank Plug Q&As
What is mortar?
Mortar is a paste which hardens to bind building blocks or materials together. It is often used to fill and seal gaps between bricks, pipes and joints. Feb Febtank Plug is a form of mortar which can be used to create watertight seals near active leaks.
How to mix mortar?
To make mortar, you’ll need 1 part water to 4 parts Feb Febtank Plug. Mix until a stiff consistency is formed, as it’s important not to overmix the solution.
How long does mortar take to dry?
Mortar generally takes around 48 hours to dry. With Feb Febtank Plug, it’s important the material is kept damp for the first 15 minutes of the setting period.