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    MasterBrace 6063UW

    Marine epoxy paste for use with the Advanced Pile Encapsulation System

    How does MasterBrace 6063UW work?

    MasterBrace 6063UW is a two-component, nonsag, marine epoxy paste that can be applied to horizontal, vertical and overhead surfaces, above and below the waterline, and in the presence of wave action.

    Recommended uses:

    • Piers
    • Bridges
    • Offshore structures
    • Dams
    • Sea walls
    • Horizontal
    • Vertical
    • Overhead
    • Underwater
    • Primarily used in conjunction with MasterBrace encapsulation systems
    • Patching spalls in concrete
    • Filling cavities
    • Sealing surfaces for crack injection

    What are the unique features of MasterBrace 6063UW?

    • Marine-grade adhesive
    • Will adhere to wood, concrete or steel, above or below water line
    • Excellent handling
    • Can be glove applied, hand-troweled or pumped
    • Suitable for low temperature application
    • Cures down to 40° F (4° C)

    What are the benefits of MasterBrace 6063UW?

    • Heavy consistency and rapid set
    • Resists wave action during and after cure
    • Excellent handling
    • Can be glove applied in thicknesses up to 1 inch (25 mm) in a single application​

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    1-800-243-6739

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