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Injection Polyurethanes and Epoxies for Low Pressure

Emecole Metro manufacturers a variety of polyurethanes and epoxies for repairing poured foundation cracks via low pressure injection. Learn more deciding between polyurethane or epoxy.

Arrow Polyurethane Injection Materials

Polyurethane Injection Foundation Crack Repair

Emecole Metro 102 Premium Polyurethane Foam

  • Our most popular and most advanced polyurethane for repairing foundation cracks.
  • Repair typical, leaking foundation cracks, including hairlines.
  • Quickly expands up to 20 times its original volume to fill cracks.
  • Forms closed cell, non-shrinking waterproofer barrier that effectively stops water.

 

Polyurethane Injection Foundation Crack Repair

Emecole Metro 104 Leak Stop Polyurethane Foam

  • Fast reacting foaming and water stopping action.
  • Will shrink over time - ideal for temporarily stopping leaks before repair.
  • Expands two to four times its original volume.
Polyurethane Injection Foundation Crack Repair

Emecole Metro 105 Original Polyurethane Foam

  • Hydrophilic polyurethane with hydrophobic qualities (will not shrink).
  • Longer cure time allows for deeper crack penetrations.
  • Expands two to six times its original volume.
Polyurethane Injection Foundation Crack Repair

Emecole Metro 120 Structural Reinforcement Polyurethane Foam

  • Our strongest polyurethane - may be used with Carbon Fiber Staples to provide further reinforcement to a repaired crack.
  • Unique two part formulation not requiring any moisture for material to expand
  • Ideal for dry crack repairs, including pipe penetrations.

 

Arrow Epoxy Injection Materials

Epoxy Injection Foundation Crack Repair

Emecole Metro 101 Original Formula Epoxy

  • Our original epoxy formula for foundation crack repairs.
  • Creates a strong, watertight repair.
  • Cures to a solid within a few hours.
  • Available in multiple viscosities.
Epoxy Injection Foundation Crack Repair

Emecole Metro 121 Premium - Fast Curing Epoxy

  • Our most popular and advanced epoxy for repairing foundation cracks.
  • Rapidly thickens within first few minutes after being injected into a crack.
  • Minimal loss of material that leaks out into the soil, saving installers time and money.
  • Insensitive to water, allowing for cure in wet environments.
  • Available in multiple viscosities.