Epoxy.com Product #26HP High Performance Epoxy Mortar

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Epoxy.com Product #26HP

High Strength, High Performance Epoxy Grout


Epoxy.com Product #26HP is a high strength, non shrink, 100% solids epoxy grout. Epoxy Resin and specially formulated aggregate produce a fluid, non shrink precision grout. Units are preproportioned for ease of mixing and use on the jobsite. Epoxy.com Product #26HP has superior handling and physical characteristics when compared to conventional epoxy grouts.


  • Epoxy.com Product #26HP is simple to use. Premeasured proportions allow for precise and repeatable results.
  • Epoxy.com Product #26HP is insensitive to moisture and may be used on dry and damp substrates.
  • Pourable consistency - flows easily, self-levels in base-plate forms, anchor bolt holes and floor toppings.
  • Formulation permits placement up to three (3) inches thick.
  • High strengths - 12,000 psi compressive strength in twenty-four (24) hours at 73°F; ultimate strength averages 17,000 psi in twenty eight (28) days.


Epoxy.com Product #26HP is used to seat and support reciprocating machinery and other equipment where heavy loads, impact, torque and other operating stresses occur. Typical applications include:

Grout Pads
Anchor Bolts
Crane Rails


Steam Turbines


Mixing ratio of Epoxy.com Product #26HP Resin only - 100 A to 16 B by weight

Working Life - Mixed Grout (Filler In)




100 - 120 minutes


50 - 75 minutes


30 - 45 minutes

Compressive Strength:
ASTM C-109



6 hours


8 hours


16 hours


1 Day



3 Days



28 Days



Tensile Strength:
   ASTM C-190, 7 Day

2,400 psi

   ASTM C-827-82

(+0.1% expansion)
Flexural Strength:
   ASTM C-580
5,000 psi

Flexural Modulus:
   ASTM C-580

1.4 x 106 psi
Bond to Concrete:
   ASTM C-882

substrate failure

Coefficient of Expansion:
   ASTM C-531

16 x 10-6 in/in

Creep ASTM C1181
   less than 0.3%
Loading 500 psi, 80°F
Shelf Life 1 year


Proper preparation of the substrate and the contact area of the base plate is essential. Substrate must be both clean and sound. Remove laitance, oils and grease from concrete by sandblasting or bush hammering. If possible, sandblast bottom of base plates and wipe clean and dry. Apply grout as soon as possible after cleaning steel surfaces to prevent recurrence of oxidation. (If corrosion resistant primer for steel base plate edges or top surface is required, use Epoxy.com Product # 1200 - Epoxy Zinc Rich Primer.)


Initial mix temperature must be 50°F minimum. For best performance, mix entire pack. Pour B Component into pail of A component. Mix for two (2) minutes with low speed mixer until uniform. Scrape sides and bottom to ensure complete mixing, avoid entrapping air. Slowly add filler while continuing to mix resin until all is added or desired consistency. Mix additional one (1) minute and place grout.

If less than full unit is required, carefully measure 100 parts Component A and 16 parts Component B by weight and add desired amount of filler. Do not thin Epoxy.com Product #26HP. Solvent will prevent proper cure, and may cause shrinkage.


Construct containing form with head box, if necessary. Any form surface in contact with Epoxy.com Product #26HP must be coated with release agent. Seal forms tightly to prevent leakage. Leakage that causes grout in place to subside below plate bottom level will cause loss of contact and voids at grout/base plate bottom interface. Re-establishing complete contact will be difficult at best. Be certain that all tools and mixing materials are at hand prior to mixing of Epoxy.com Product #26HP.

Mix Epoxy.com Product #26HP in accordance with mixing instructions. Pour grout into form from one side only. Pour continuously while maintaining a minimum of one (1) inch of head above the base plate bottom until grout appears full width of the base plate at opposite side of the form. Continue pouring at a reduced rate until Epoxy.com Product #26HP levels at 1/4" above the plate bottom on all sides. Clean equipment with MEK, Xylene, or similar solvent before Epoxy.com Product #26HP hardens. If placement depth exceeds three (3) inches, contact Epoxy.com Technical Service for assistance.


Epoxy.com Product #26HP is conveniently packaged: "A" Component in a 3.5 gallon pail; "B" Component in a 1 gallon jug and four (4) 50 lb. bags of "C" Component. Yield is 1.75 cubic feet per unit at 4 bags "C" Component. Five (5) bags may be used for economy but will result in very stiff grout. Yield with 5 bags is 2.0 cubic feet.  Note: This product is not a stock item and is made to fill each order as it comes in.  Please allow up to 2 weeks for manufacturing.


2 years


"A" Component contains epoxy resin. DANGER! "B" Component contains alkaline amines; strong sensitizer. May cause skin sensitization or other allergic responses. Use with good ventilation, particularly if material is heated or sprayed. Prevent all contact with skin or eyes. Wear protective clothing, goggles, gloves and/or barrier creams. Keep container closed when not in use. Wash thoroughly after handling.


In case of skin contact, immediately wash with soap and water. In case of eye contact, flush eyes with copious amounts of water for at least fifteen (15) minutes. Remove contaminated clothing shoes. If irritation persists, seek medical attention. Wash clothing before reuse.


Proper mixing and installation is critical to the optimal success of all product.  See Installation Tips, Techdata, & MSDS for more details on our products.  Be sure to contact us with any questions and/or concerns that you have.

For more information please contact:

A Division of Epoxy Systems, Inc
20774 W. Pennsylvania Ave.
Dunnellon, Florida 34431
Over 350 products,
Since 1980
Florida & Vermont

Office Hours: 9AM-4PM Eastern Time (6AM-1PM Pacific Time).
Closed 12Noon-1PM Eastern Time for Lunch

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714-657-3826  Technical Support
                         Norm Lambert, President - Technical Support Director 

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