ALIGNITTM Epoxy Grout SPECIFICATIONS
ALIGNIT polymer grouts are two-component polymer systems used in machine construction. These grouts are used for precise alignment of machine components, the creation of precise surfaces, to dampen vibration and/or noise attenuations. ALIGNIT grouts consist of a black resin and a white hardener. This helps assure the proper blending of the two components, which is essential to achieving the material’s maximum properties.
ALIGNIT grouts are available in liquid or paste form. Working times are typically 30 minutes and cures within 24 hours. All properties can be customized to meet the application requirements.
Safety equipment should be worm for mixing. Proper safety equipment includes gloves, approved safety glasses, and a dust mask. Contact with the skin should be removed immediately. ALIGNIT grouts are adhesive by nature so mixing should be done on surfaces that can be easily cleaned or on a disposable cover. Clothes should be protected against the grouts; it cannot be removed once it cures.
|ALIGNIT”L “||Low viscosity, two part epoxy||Precision machine alignment. Fills gaps 1mm to 3mm, structural adhesive.|
|ALIGNIT”P”||Paste, gray two part epoxy||Precision machine alignment. Fills gaps 1mm to3mm Good for vertical and overhead use. Adhesive.|
|ALIGNIT”LT”||Low viscosity, two part epoxy||Precision machine alignment. Fills gaps 3 mm to 6 mm|
|ALIGNIT”PT”||Paste.Gray Two part epoxy||Precision machine alignment. Fills gaps 3 mm to 6 mm|
|FILLIT TM||Black. 40 lb. aggregate bags 2-part epoxy||Filler for weldments and castings. Adds mass, stability and and vibration dampening|
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION USES ALIGNIT”L “ Low viscosity, two part epoxy Precision machine alignment. Fills gaps 1mm to 3mm, structural adhesive. ALIGNIT”P” Paste, gray two part epoxy Precision machine alignment. Fills gaps 1mm to3mm Good for vertical and overhead use. Adhesive. ALIGNIT”LT” Low viscosity, two part epoxy Precision machine alignment. Fills gaps 3 mm to 6…
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EASY PRECISION ALIGNMENT CREATE PRECISE SURFACES CREATE OR REPAIR WAYS ADHESIVE LOW FRICTION SURFACES FILL WELDMENTS DAMPENS VIBRATION CHEMICAL RESISTANT
ALIGNMENT Quick and easy Reduces lead times Align machine components Excellent chemical resistance Eliminate secondary machining More reliable than shims ow cost versus scraping or grinding SURFACE REPLICATION Create intricate surface configurations Quickly create very precise surfaces Low cost repair of worn or pitted surfaces Low friction formulations Long service life Machinable FILLIT™ FILLER MATERIALS…
ALIGNIT GROUTS ALIGNIT L Liquid for 1mm to 3 mm gaps ALIGNIT P Paste for 1 mm to 3 mm gaps ALIGNIT LT Liquid for 3 mm to 6 mm gaps ALIGNIT PT Paste for 3 mm to 6 mm gaps ALIGNIT LF Low friction way surface FILLIT Polymer Concrete filler for machine bases. Comes…
QUALITY PRODUCTS Precision Polymer Casting, LLC makes a complete line of precision grouting materials. We will gladly customize the color or formulation to meet your specific needs. The following can be customized to meet your needs. CUSTOM COLOR JOB SPECIFIC PACKAGING CURE RATE VISCOSITY
Proper tower construction starts with a solid, correctly aligned base. A poorly constructed base could mean catastrophic failure of the wind turbine. Towers are constantly subjected to variable dynamic stresses. ALIGNIT precision grouts assure 100% contact and correct alignment of the tower base initially and over time. Chaffing and deterioration of the tower flange seat…
WHY USE ALIGNIT GROUTS? Cures quickly Quick turnaround Premeasured containers High strength Non-porous Unaffected by freeze/thaw cycling Strong bonding to concrete and steel Holds alignment over time Dampens vibration LONG TERM SOLUTION Unlike concrete, ALIGNIT precision grouts are nonporous, This means they are not subject to deterioration from freeze/thaw cycling and the compressive strength is…