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30 Boxes of Flex-A-Fill 9075R Direct Fire Hot Rubber Asphalt Crack Repair
If you need a large amount of hot rubber crack repair, but don't need a full pallet of Flex-A-Fill hot rubber, our direct fire half pallet of asphalt crack repair might be just the ticket to get your job done without a bunch of leftover material and it's cheaper than buying by-the-box.
We provide a high-quality supply of hot asphalt crack rubber which is preferred by medium-sized property management firms, contractors, schools and more who use a direct fire or oil jacketed boiler for heating the asphalt crack rubber.
Our asphalt crack repair rubber is designed for cracks that are around 1" width by 1/2" depth. If you are filling cracks deeper than 1/2", we recommend filling the crack with some sort of backer such as sand or foam.
Before you perform asphalt crack repair with this material, the cracks must be free from all foreign matter and debris. We suggest the use of a heat lance or wire wheel prior to filling asphalt cracks.
Simply add a block of rubber to your direct fire or double oil jacketed boiler applicator melter of choice. Make sure that the internal heat does not exceed the maximum recommended temperature of 400º F. Apply generously to the cracks needing repair.
If a half pallet is more than you need, we also offer single box quantities for purchase.
For use on Streets, Driveways and Parking Lots
Seals cracks in asphalt and concrete
Resistant to cracking
Resistant to tire tracking
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Single Block Weight
Weight Per Gallon
Gallons Per Block
(approx.) 3 Gallons
(approx.) 12"L x 9"W x 8"H
1/2" x 1/2" Cracks — 13 lbs. Per 100 linear feet
Pliable to traffic Time
Min 370º F | Recommended 380º | Max 400º F (do NOT exceed)
Min 370º F | Recommended 375º - 400º (do NOT exceed)
Min (none) | Recommended is 35º F and above.
Asphalt 8052-42-4 (fumes)
55 - 85
Petroleum Distillate TSCA Listed
0 - 20
0 - 35
Crystalline Silica as quartz
14808-60-7 0 - 10
Polymer Modifier TSCA Listed
Pallet Box Count
Total Net Weight