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Liquid Epoxy Systems

I need to:

Coat, inject and fill concrete floors, concrete cracks, chips, saw cuts, joints, etc

Protect concrete against chemical attack.

Coating and Repair Epoxies

Stratmore manufactures a wide range of liquid epoxies for site, factory, workshop and home/business use. Epoxy crack injection, sealing, joint filling and repair systems to bond, repair and coat concrete, adhere steel into concrete, protect concrete against chemical attack, etc.

Epoxy Coatings

To coat concrete for decorative and protective purposes



EPAR 121B is a solventless liquid epoxy which has very good mechanical strength, good chemical resistance and excellent flexibility. EPAR 121B adheres very well to concrete, metal and asphalt and can be used for road or driveway repairs, coating metal surfaces, protecting concrete, etc.

What's it used for?

EPAR 121B has excellent compatibility with asphaltic surfaces. It may be used as a coating onto which grit or aggregate is bonded to form a skid resistant wearing course. EPAR 121B can be used to line steel substrates for repair or protection (for example, repairing steel gutters). EPAR 121B may be used as a chemically resistant coating for bitumen and concrete surfaces, against acids, oils, fats etc.

The combination of flexibility and strength make EPAR 121B suitable as a joint filler where a small amount of movement is expected, e.g., expansion joints in concrete slabs. Rubber crumb can be mixed into EPAR 121B to increase flexibility even more.

What can it be applied to?

EPAR 121B can be applied to asphaltic surfaces, concrete, steel and similar substrates. It is self-priming and does not require a prime coat (unless mixed with aggregate).


Not suited to vertical application due to it's self-levelling properties. For chemical bunding applications, testing of EPAR 121B using the proposed chemicals (and length of exposure) should be undertaken prior to application.


EPAR 226

EPAR 226 is a low viscosity, unfilled epoxy with excellent mechanical properties. EPAR 226 may be used for a variety of applications as supplied or may be mixed with suitable aggregate to make epoxy mortars, grout or toppings.

EPAR 226 fully complies with the test requirements of AS/NZS 4020, Products for use in contact with Potable Water (standard hardener only).

What's it used for?

EPAR 226 is a versatile liquid epoxy system. It can be used for:

  • Grouting or bedding of machinery, base plates, crane rails, precast concrete units etc.

  • General patching and repair of concrete when mixed with aggregate to form a mortar.

  • Repair of cracks in concrete by injection or gravity feed.

  • Crack injection of structural concrete – refer to EPAR 226XLV data sheet.

  • New to old concrete tie coat.

EPAR 226 can also be used as a coating/sealer for concrete floors (by approved applicators only).

EPAR 226 is suitable for coating the inside of water retaining tanks or pipelines in contact with drinking water.

What can it be applied to?

EPAR 226 can be applied to a wide range of substrates including concrete, steel, timber, brick, etc.

For high-strength concrete crack injection, use EPAR 226XLV.

When applied to surfaces in contact with potable water, EPAR 226 must be fully cured (5 to 7 days), then washed down with water and the washdown water discarded.


Not suitable for application to plastic substrates.

When used as a floor coating, application must be by an experienced coatings applicator approved by Stratmore Construction Solutions.

EPAR 226 fully complies with the test requirements of AS/NZS 4020:2005 (contact withpotable water) to cover a cold water application up to <40°C, at the recommended ‘total immersion’ exposure of ~30,000mm² per litre of water (standard hardener only). Refer to technical data sheet for application requirements for potable water applications.



EPAR 733HV is a high build, 100% solids, solvent-free epoxy system used to coat steel and concrete structures exposed to a wide range of chemicals. EPAR 733HV is applied in one to two coats to concrete and steel. It has excellent chemical resistance.

EPAR 733HV fully complies with the test requirements of AS/NZS 4020, Products for use in contact with Drinking Water (standard hardener only).

What's it used for?

Use EPAR 733HV to protect concrete and steel structures exposed to chemical immersion or contact, including concrete pipes and precast concrete used in sewerage systems. EPAR 733HV is also used to coat concrete or other surfaces for water retaining or reticulation in contact with drinking water.

Other uses are for lining vehicle inspection pits, manhole access points, bunds, etc.

What can it be applied to?

EPAR 733HV can be applied to clean, sound concrete or steel substrates. It is suitable for both horizontal and vertical applications.


If EPAR 733HV is to be used as a floor coating, sealer, floor levelling and repair, etc it must be applied by a professional applicator only i.e. those that are professionally trained flooring applicators and are approved by Stratmore.

If the substrate coated with EPAR 733HV is exposed to chemicals listed as “Not Suitable” or “Suitable for Intermittent Contact only” according to the chemical resistance chart on the data sheet (or if the chemical is not listed), then the coating must be inspected for signs of damage due to chemical action.

Epoxy Crack Repair and Joint Sealing

To restore strength back to cracked concrete and fill and seal joints



EPAR 122 COLD CURE is an unfilled, non-shrink solventless epoxy liquid that is primarily used as a cold-curing concrete crack and joint repair system. It may also be used as a cold-curing primer for concrete surfaces prior to the application of other epoxy systems.

Cures down to 0°C

What's it used for?

EPAR 122 COLD CURE is also used as a concrete crack and joint repair system in low temperature applications. Common applications are the repair of cracked and spalling concrete joints in freezers or other low temperature storage areas.

EPAR 122 COLD CURE can be used as a primer for EPAR liquid epoxies and mortars when used on rough, absorbent surfaces at low temperatures.

What can it be applied to?

EPAR 122 COLD CURE is suitable for application to concrete substrates.


EPAR 122 COLD CURE will cure down to 0°C. Initial and final cure times will be increased at lower temperatures (compared to testing at 18°C). Ensure epoxy is cured prior to opening to traffic.

At very low temperatures, warm the substrate (with hot air). Warm the epoxy hardener and resin (stand in hot water) prior to mixing and application.



EPAR 226XLV is a low viscosity, unfilled solvent-free epoxy with excellent mechanical properties.

What's it used for?

EPAR 226XLV is used as a crack injection epoxy for concrete repairs by injection or gravity feed. Due to its low viscosity, EPAR 226XLV will fill the pores and cavities within the concrete, restoring strength to the structure under repair.

What can it be applied to?

EPAR 226XLV is applied into concrete substrates under pressure or gravity feed.


Not suitable for application to plastic substrates.

EPAR 226XLV is not potable water contact approved. For potable water contact applications, use EPAR 226.



PLASTICAST LQB is a two-part epoxy compound formulated specifically for use in bitumen and asphaltic surfaces. It is pigmented black. PLASTICAST LQB is internally flexibilised so as to allow differential movement without delamination, stress and cracking.

What's it used for?

PLASTICAST LQB/LQG is used to encapsulate road traffic light signal cable loops, saw cut joints, cracks and repairs, etc.

PLASTICAST LQG is typically used in concrete applications, with LQB used in asphaltic applications to more closely match the colour of the substrate.

PLASTICAST LQB/LQG has excellent (electrical) insulating properties.

What can it be applied to?

PLASTICAST LQB/LQG can be applied to asphaltic/bitumen and concrete substrates. It may also be applied to other substrates including concrete and steel (test for the intended application).


PLASTICAST LQB/LQG is not suitable for application as a coating. For coating applications, please refer to EPAR 121B.

Not suitable for application to plastic substrates.

Epoxy Grouting

To grout, fill and repair concrete substrates



EPAR S is a low viscosity, lightly filled, high strength epoxy grout. EPAR S has very good mechanical properties and chemical resistance.

Available in a standard grade or as a FAST-SET/COLD-CURING version.

What's it used for?

EPAR S is used for filling spalls, cracks and chips in concrete floors and for grouting holding down bolts or starter bars into concrete.

It is also used for grouting under machinery, bearing plates, crane rails etc and as high strength nosings for bridges and industrial floors.

EPAR S FAST SET/COLD CURE is used for applications down to 0°C.

What can it be applied to?

EPAR S is applied to concrete and steel (bonding steel into concrete or under steel base plates/crane rails).

EPAR S may be used to level uneven and spalled concrete substrates not subject to moisture penetration through the substrate.


EPAR S can be used to level existing concrete substrates. When used as a coating in this type of application, only experienced floor coatings applicators are to apply.

Information presented on this website must be read in conjunction with the latest technical datasheet, product label and any other application data.

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