READY FOR TRAFFIC!
PAR is specifically designed and engineered to permanently repair potholes in asphalt in all weather conditions.
Installed in rain, hail or shine with no primers required, PAR not only lasts longer than existing pavement, but it also supports traffic immediately following installation.
From highways to driveways, PAR can be used for a broad range of applications and can also be used as a quick fix to repair damage in concrete, ramps and trip hazards.
PAR can also be used to repair holes in concrete, however, it is recommended that MG-KRETE™ is best used for this application.
TO PURCHASE, visit your nearest Mitre 10. See stockists here.
TECHNICAL DATA & SAFETY INFO
Technical Data Sheet
Material Safety Data Sheet
- Instant and permanent fix for potholes
- Ready to use, no mixing required, in convenient packaging
- Proven to outlast surrounding pavement
- Use in wet or dry conditions
- No seasonal grades
- No primer or tacking materials necessary
- Can be used in all weather conditions wet or dry
- Set up time – immediate. No waiting for hot mix
- Available in 20 kg bags
- Easy to use 3 step repair method
- Open to traffic immediately after repair
- Unused PAR will stay usable in container
- One year shelf life
How To Apply
EASY AS 1, 2, 3!
1. Clean out all loose chunks or debris using a stiff broom or blower to achieve a sound surface to bond to.
2. Place PAR in the hole in layers of 3 inches at a time and tamp the area until firm. The last layer of PAR is to be 25% higher than the finished level.
3. Compact the PAR with a tamper, roller or by driving over it until the desired level is obtained.
Yes you can. Ideally, remove any ponding water in the pothole.
Immediately if sand or powder is coated over the PAR to remove and stickiness.
It is a permanent fix.
Ideally a tamper or concrete compactor.
If you are looking for a long term solution – yes, you do.However, it will still reduce the pothole if only one edge is evident. It might need reapplying 12 months later.
0.5sqm at 25mm depth.
Yes you can. Call us now for bulk pricing.
Yes you can. As long as it is compacted afterwards.
Yes, but ideally you would need to cover it with a tarp.