Leak Repair

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PrimeCem CAM (Calcium Aluminate Mortar) is a blend of quartz silica, fibers and pure fused calcium aluminate cement. The mortar shall be hand or spray-applied. A nominal thickness of ½” up to 2” . Thicker applications can be achieved by applying successive lifts. PrimeCem CAM can be especially useful when coatings are required at early ages. CAM may be coated in as little as 12 hours. (Always consult with coating manufacturer).


Primary Uses
- Repairing concrete walls and ceilings
- Lining brick or concrete manholes and lift stations - Horizontal pipe repair


Surface Preparation
Remove all loose concrete, brick or mortar from affected area by mechanical means. Surfaces shall be free of paints, oils, dirt, dust, curing compounds, sealers, form release agents or any material that would prevent mortar from coming into contact with
the open pores of the concrete. Create a minimum surface profile for the system specified in accordance with the methods described in ICRI No. 03732 to achieve profile CSP-3 to CSP-9. Shot blasting, sandblasting, chipping and high pressure
water blasting are all excellent surface preparation methods. Dampen area to achieve a saturated, surface dry condition (SSD). Leaving no puddles.


Mixing & Application
NOTE: [The material will flash set if contaminated with Portland cement.] Make sure all equipment for mixing, pumping, etc. are free from any Portland cement or products that contain Portland cement. Begin by adding 1 gallon clean water to mixing vessel and then add 1 bag (50#) PrimeCem CAM. Adjust water as needed (up to 1.25 gallons) to provide proper consistency for placing by hand or pump sprayer. Apply in successive lifts to desired thickness. Use brush, float or trowel to achieve desired texture.

Damp curing or use of a curing compound, that complies with ASTM C-309, may be necessary to prevent rapid drying of mortar. Curing compounds may need to be removed prior to coating. Replace manhole cover as soon as troweling is finished.


Technical Information
Typical Engineering Data The following are typical values obtained under laboratory conditions. Expect reasonable variation under field conditions.