How to.............?
©2010 Target Fixings Limited v5
1.
Rake out or cut slots into horizontal mortar joint to specified depth and at required vertical spacings. Use power/hand chisel to continue slots up to internal corner.
2.
Vacuum out the slots and thoroughly flush with water.
3.
Where slot ends at internal corner drill 14mm holes into the adjoining wall as shown.
4.
Vacuum out the holes to remove all dust and debris.
5.
Cut Bar Flex to the required length and bend the end to fit into the hole as shown.
6.
Fill the hole with Resin or Bond Flex cementitious grout . Insert the bent end of the Bar Flex fully into the resin/grout and position the remainder of the rod in the slot. If using resin allow it to gel (normally 15 to 20 minutes)
7.
Gently ease the Bar Flex out of the slot and insert a 10mm (approx) depth bead of Bond Flex cementitious grout into the back of the slot. Push the first Bar Flex into the grout to obtain good coverage.
8.
Insert a second 10mm (approx) depth bead of Bond Flex cementitious grout over the exposed rod. Push the second Bar Flex into the bead of grout to obtain good even coverage.
9.
Insert a third bead of Bond Flex cementitious grout over the exposed rod and iron into the slot using the finger trowel.
Plan section showing typical repair
METHOD STATEMENT
BF
24
Repair Internal Corners
BF
24
Solid Wall