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Dexpan 11 lb. Bucket Type 1 (77F-104F) Expansive Demolition Grout for Concrete Rock Breaking and Removal
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Dexpan

11 lb. Bucket Type 1 (77F-104F) Expansive Demolition Grout for Concrete Rock Breaking and Removal

$41.99 /each

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Concrete demolition and rock breaking has never been easier with Dexpan Expansive Demolition Grout. Dexpan is a powder with amazing 18,000 psi expansive strength when mixed with water. Poured into drilled holes, Dexpan can break concrete and rocks safely and quietly, while providing silent cracking. It is safer, easier and more cost effective.

  • Amazing 18,000 psi expansive strength when mixed with water breaks reinforced concrete, granite, marble, limestone and other non-porous rocks
  • 3-easy steps to use: drill, mix and pour, to ensure success, watch instruction video before use
  • Cracks according to designed drilling patterns for controlled demolition and easy clean up
  • An alternative to blasting, hydraulic breakers and jackhammers, which is safer and efficient, works without noise, vibration or dust by providing silent expansive cracking
  • Non-toxic material, SDS (safety data sheet) is available upon request
  • 3 types of Dexpan, this is type 1 (for rock or concrete temperature 77F-104F)
  • 1 - 11 lb. plastic bag inside
  • Fills up to 9 lin. ft. of 1.5 in. (3.8 cm) Dia holes
  • Not recommended for concrete slab less than 6 in. in depth
  • Give it 24-hours for best results
  • Safety goggles, rubber gloves, dust mask is required

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Is it going to brake the chain?

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The concrete is stuck on a machine chain. I need to keep the chain good, but crack the concrete. So, Is the chaing going to get crack
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11 lb. Bucket Type 1 (77F-104F) Expansive Demolition Grout for Concrete Rock Breaking and Removal is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 42.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Dexpan - amazing We have a camp in ME with a 40' dock that was slowly being pushed away from shore by a huge boulder that was being pushed by expanding ice each winter. There wasn't any way to bring in heavy machinery and we had to be careful with the dock and stairs - so this had to be done by hand, After a full day with drills, hammers and wedges we didn't come close to clearing enough away to make a difference. A friend said he heard of Dexpan and thought it might work. I ordered it, drilled a few holes, poured Dexpan into the holes and walked away. I came back the next weekend and the rock was perfectly separated along the line of holes. I simply popped out a few pieces and was left with a 5 in gap between the boulder and dock. This product produced the exact results I was looking for - could not be happier!
Date published: 2016-10-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Dexpan not worth it Do not buy this stuff. It sort of worked, under ideal conditions, ultimately creating a smaller, but still unmanageable hunk of concrete. By the time you order this, get it, drill a bunch of holes (not easy and you still have to buy or rent the tools for this), wait to see if it works, add more water, wait again, then chip away at the concrete anyway, you could have just jackhammered it. Too bad, I wanted to be happy with this product.
Date published: 2016-10-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Drill Holes, Pour in Goop, Wait 24 hrs. A company wanted $300 to remove this large piece of concr... Drill Holes, Pour in Goop, Wait 24 hrs. A company wanted $300 to remove this large piece of concrete. I did it for $40 with Dexpan. It didn't break it up as much as I would have liked but that could have been due to my hole placement. It was an odd shaped piece. 100 times easier than using a jackhammer. It does what it's supposed to.
Date published: 2016-11-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from When used correctly it works great for breaking quartz safe way to hardrock mining Good product it really does what it advertises. As long as you use it correctly. We have been using it in quartz for mining, drill your holes pour your Dex Pan then in the morning you have gold. I will be using for years. Make sure you get the right temperature for your application. There are three types.
Date published: 2016-09-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I drilled the holes with a 7/8"" bit, which was smaller than what was recommended since I didn't b... I drilled the holes with a 7/8" bit, which was smaller than what was recommended since I didn't believe I would be able to operate a larger drill that could accommodate a 1.5" bit . There was no visible reaction during the first 36 hours after I had poured in the Dexpan, and I was thinking that the product wouldn't work because of the smaller hole diameters. The second day, however, it started to rain and within the next 6 - 8 hours, large cracks appeared as I had seen in the videos. When I pulled the pieces apart I found quite a bit of dry dust in the holes, which more than likely meant that the concrete had been porous, and absorbed the water before it could activate the expansion. The air temperature was about 55 F, and it is possible that the process had been faster on a warmer day. Despite having to wait a bit longer than I originally anticipated I was impressed with the results, and relieved over the procedure not being more complicated than you typically see in the demonstration videos.
Date published: 2016-10-30
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Could've worked better Results were disappointing. I drilled the holes as instructed, poured mix and waited pass the 48 hours. The temperature may have dropped a little below the 50 degrees minimum. As a result, there were only small fragments of the large rock that broke.
Date published: 2016-11-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from It did ok It did ok. It took a good 48 hours prior to breaking up my stoop. I did a second round on it . The second round didn't do as well as the first. I will still have some work to do, but its a good start.
Date published: 2016-08-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Did not work save your money. buy some metal wedges / chisels. Drill the hole and set chisels. What I ended up doing and actually drilled smaller holes.
Date published: 2016-09-06
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