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Joint Guard™ Features & Benefits
Withstands industrial steel wheel traffic
Will not puncture under weight of industrial steel wheel traffic.
Replaces ordinary joint fillers
Replaces ordinary butyl, silicone, polysulphide and urethane joint fillers. No primer needed.
Flexes — joints stay in place
Flexes up to 50% so joints stay in place indoors or out.
Low odor product may be used in food production areas without shutting down.
Fills joints and floor imperfections
Used to fill wall/floor joints, expansion joints, control joints, holes and concrete imperfections.
Self leveling and pourable
Ideal for installing anchor bolts in concrete.
Can be applied at any depth & width
Joint Guard™ maintains the same strength at any thickness.
Joint Guard™ Product Information
Weight per unit
60 - 70 linear feet at 1/2" x 1" per unit.
@ 70F: Light Traffic: 16-24 hours.
Dry Film Thickness
Pre-measured components in a 2 gal kit for easy application. Components include: 1 gal Part A (resin) and 1 gal Part B (hardener) - volumes approximate.
Product DataDownload Data Sheet
Safety DataDownload Safety Data Sheet
Expansion joints in industrial floors, Sidewalks, Aprons, Ramps, Platforms
Primers / Top Coats
Joint Guard™ Common Questions (FAQ)
Can Joint Guard™ be used to fill in cracks as well?
Yes, you can use Joint Guard™ to fill in crack's at a miniumum depth or width of 1/4". For thinner or hairline cracks, check out Garon Poxypaste™
How soft is Joint Guard™ after curing? We have used other caulks in the past that would break up from dragging pallets.
Joint Guard™ cures to a hard finish similar to the hardness of a roller blade wheel to resist heavy traffic loads and at the same time flexible enough to withstand any movement in the joint.
Can I use Joint Guard™ outside?
Absolutely, Joint Guard™ can be used outside, just make sure the area being repaired is dry during application.
How thick can I apply Joint Guard™ in an expansion joint?
You can apply Joint Guard™ at any thickness in a joint.
Can I use a coating on top of Joint Guard™?
Yes, you can use any coating on top of Joint Guard™. However, if you are using Joint Guard™ in an expansion joint with movement, it is best to tape off the joint and coat around the joint leaving the Joint Guard™ exposed to allow for movement.