The quick and easy solution to filling joints between paving slabs and setts, suitable for natural stone and concrete paving. Simple to use, ProJoint™ Fusion™ allows an untrained hand to consistently deliver perfect joints every time – whatever the weather!
It delivers a weed free, frost resistant joint, without staining the paving – saving you time and money. ProJoint™ Fusion™ is supplied in two vacuum-packed pouches within the tub.
The sub base must be permeable to water.
ProJoint™ Fusion™ is available in four colours: neutral (buff), mid grey, basalt and black.
- Contractor-sized 15kg tubs – product supplied in two 7.5kg bags for easy handling and to minimise waste
- Minimum gapsize 3mm wide x 25mm deep.
- Suitable for use in wet weather
- Professional strength and suitable for joint widths of 3mm upwards
- Cement free and non-hazardous
- Suitable for pedestrian traffic: ideal for paths and patios
- Pre-mixed, ready to use and ideal for DIY use
- Suitable for natural stone and concrete paving, setts and slabs
Ensure the surface of the paving is clean prior to application. Check the
joints are cleaned out to a depth of 25mm observing a minimum joint width
of 3mm, and that the paving is firmly bedded and stable prior to filling joints.
Paving should be laid on a permeable bedding mix as Fusion™ cures
when it dries out so water/rain must have a route of escape.
Apply Fusion™ when surface temperature is between 3°C and 25°C.
Liberally soak the paving.
Empty the mix evenly onto the surface and work quickly into the joints
using a brush or squeegee.
Mist the surface and compound with a soft spray of water to flush the
material down into the joints. Top up any low joints and repeat as
Once the water has drained away, sweep the paving with a fresh soft
brush at 45° to the joints, and remove any excess. A trowel or iron can
be used to achieve a traditional finish if required.
This product can be used in light rain but prolonged and heavy rain will delay
the curing process and increase the risk of fluid damage.
Cure times are dependent on temperature and humidity, but as a guide can
accept foot traffic after 12 hours. Please note that cold temperatures and wet
weather can delay the curing time significantly.
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