ProJoint Max jointing compounds – for 3.5t driveways (15kg)


Product Description

ProJoint™ MAX™

A high strength epoxy paving grout – suitable for vehicular areas up to 3.5 tonnes

Similar to ProJoint™ Fusion™, ProJoint™ MAX™ offers a quick and easy solution to filling joints between paving slabs and setts but in areas of vehicular access.

Suitable for natural stone and concrete paving, ProJoint™ MAX™ is a high strength two-part epoxy paving grout and is very simple to use. Resin and sand are supplied ready-mixed within the tub, and only requires the addition of the enclosed hardener to activate the chemical cure.  Once cured, ProJoint™ MAX™ delivers a weed-free, frost resistant joint which resists pressure washing.

ProJoint™ MAX™ is available in three colours: neutral (buff), mid grey and black.


  • Permeable bedding mix not required
  • Minimum gapsize 5mm wide  x 25mm deep.
  • Part mixed components for fast application, all supplied within its own mixing tub
  • Professional strength, self-compacting and suitable for joint widths of 5mm upwards
  • Weed, pressure washer and frost resistant
  • Ideal for paths and patios as well as driveways or other vehicular areas (up to 3.5 tonnes)
  • Suitable for natural stone and concrete paving, setts and slabs
  • preparation
    Ensure the surface of the paving is clean prior to application** and the
    joints are cleaned out to a minimum depth of 25mm for 3.5t traffic loading,
    and a minimum joint width of 5mm.
    Paving should be firmly bedded and stable prior to filling joints and
    laid on bedding material suitable for the intended traffic loading (up to
    3.5 tonnes). **Care should be taken to ensure no soil or dirt is left or
    walked onto the surface of the paving during the application process as
    this may get trapped in the resin once cured.
    Liberally wet the paving prior to mixing the product, allowing the
    water to soak into the surface. ProJoint™ MAX™ is designed to be mixed
    in its tub using a plasterers’ whisk.
    When wearing appropriate PPE, remove the bottle of hardener
    (contained within a sealed bag) from the tub.
    Open carefully and empty the hardener into the resin/sand mix.
    Using a plasterers’ whisk, mix for 3 minutes until the mix becomes a
    free flowing slurry
  • application
    Ensure that the paving is still wet (if not, spray again) and the
    surface temperature is between 3°C and 25°C. Do not allow the
    paving to dry out during application and care should be taken when
    using the product on dark paving in direct sunlight due to high
    surface temperatures.
    Empty the mix directly onto the paving.
    Move the mix using a squeegee over the total area, allowing the
    empty joints to fill completely.
    Leave for 10 to 15 minutes.
    Use a wet medium soft brush at 45o
    to joints and sweep off the
    excess sand leaving the paving clean.
    It is particularly important to sweep the paving clean before the
    product cures, to ensure any remaining residue does not set on the
    paving surface. Do not add additional water to the surface at this time.
    The fluid nature of the mortar means that no further compaction of the
    joint is required. To achieve a traditional finish a trowel or iron can be
    used, if necessary, once the mortar has begun to cure.
    Increased water tolerance means that the product can be used in light
    rain but freshly jointed paving does need protecting from prolonged and
    heavy rain as this will delay the curing process and increase the risk of fluid
    damage. We therefore recommend that the jointed area is covered if there
    is a chance of rain. Please make sure that any protective cover does not
    come into contact with the fresh joints; air circulation over the joints is
    required during curing time.
    Cure times are dependent on temperature and humidity, but as a guide can
    accept foot traffic after 12 hours and light vehicle traffic after 24 hours at
    20o C. Please note that cold temperatures can delay the curing time.


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