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Degafloor Deep Fill Repair Mortar


Suitable for:

  • Professional use by approved and fully trained Degafloor installation partners only.
  • Both internal and external use and for low temperature areas.

Typical applications:

  • Rapid repair of deep holes and areas of substrate damage.
  • Repairs where substrate movement/ shrinkage may occur.
  • Repairs in environments subject to thermal cycling.
  • Drain, man hole and inspection cover installation.
  • Creating ramps and falls (shuttering may be required).


Based on curing resin technology. Developed to fill and repair deep holes (from 5–300 mm in depth in one layer). Offers greater flexibility than traditional rigid concrete repair mortars.

Features and benefits:

  • Cure time of one hour. Rapid installation, minimal disruption.
  • Bonds to most substrates and surfaces. Provides crack-free performance.
  • More flexible than traditional repair mortars.
  • Slump free placement.
  • Manufactured in accordance with ISO 9001:2008, ISO 14001:2004 and ISO 18001:2007 Quality and Management Systems. All resins comply with current EU hygiene and foodstuff regulations and are non-toxic.
  • Chemical resistance to acids, oils, alkalines, salts, cleaning agents and foodstuffs.

General information







 Fine quartz fillers.



Uniclass 2015

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Specification data - Mortar repair mortar Enhanced data




Manufacturer's standard.

  • Resin component – 25 kg containers and 190 kg steel drums.
  • Pre-formulated bulk mixes – 23 and 25 kg depending on the depth of repair.
  • Hardener – 100 g bags or 25 kg boxes.

Curing time

One hour.

Degafloor Deep Fill Repair Mortar cures fully within one hour of installation (both chemically and physically).

The cure time remains unaffected at temperatures down to 5°C, may also be installed at temperatures -20°C, with the addition of an accelerator.


Resin and fine quartz fillers.


All substrates must be clean, dry and free from contamination, i.e. dust, dirt, oil, laitance, curing compounds and other contaminants.

The substrate should be capable of accepting a resin finish and this is best achieved by mechanical means (shot blasting, planning or diamond grinding) although this may not always be possible due to the size and shape of the area to be repaired.

If surface preparation is not practical, please complete a bond test to check whether strong adhesion can be achieved.

The substrate should be primed using the appropriate Degafloor primer applied at approx. 0.4–0.5 kg per square metre.

When priming ensure any edges are also primed.



Below 25°C.

Protect against direct sunlight.

Third-party certification

To British Board of Agrément-certified (20/Q064).