LOOKING FOR CONCRETE EXPANSION JOINT FILLER?
NOMAFLEX – THE PRO’S GO TO CHOICE TO EXTEND THE SERVICE LIFE OF CONCRETE BY ACTING AS AN INSULATOR FOR CONTRACTION AND EXPANSION JOINTS
BUILDING SUPPLIES | CONCRETE | CSI 03 0000|
Looking to buy Concrete Expansion Joint Filler? The Duke Company carries Nomaflex, expertly manufactured by industry-leader Nomaco is a polypropylene Joint Filler available in planks and sheets. It is the Pro’s go-to choice to extend the service life of concrete by acting as an insulator for contraction and expansion joints. This performance engineered foam sets a new standard for concrete expansion joint fillers: semi-rigid, closed-cell polypropylene foam that performs better and installs faster. Need assistance? Call The Duke Company’s friendly Building Supplies experts for exceptional customer service and expert advice!
Features & Benefits of Nomaflex Concrete Expansion Joint Filler
- No waste due to breakage
- Ultra lightweight
- Flexible, bends around circular structures
- Moisture resistant
- Can be stored outside
- Traditional methods used for installation
- Can be used with hot-pour and cold-applied sealants
- Clean product
- Made in USA
How Does Nomaflex Concrete Expansion Joint Filler Perform?
Nomaflex was recognized by the World of Concrete as one of the most innovative products of 2017. It is a closed-cell polypropylene foam that can be used in residential, commercial, civil, municipal and industrial applications.
- It will not absorb water, swell and disintegrate and it extends the service life of concrete by reducing the amount of imcompressible materials entering the joint.
- Nomaflex does not impede sealant cure time and can be used without a bond breaker with no impact on the long term performance of the sealant.
- Nomaflex resists oils, gas, salts, acetone and other chemicals. It does not leach like other products and is not sticky.
- Nomaflex fully complies with ASTM standard specification D 8139, and ASTM standard specification D 1751 for extrusion, compression recovery and water absorption as tested per ASTM test method D 545.
- Nomaflex is a flexible yet semi-rigid foam that can be passed across wet pours without breaking.
- It transports easily and is light enough that one person can easily carry multiple bundles.
Pro’s appreciate that Nomaflex is a tremendous value including lower installation costs.
- Waterproof and can be stored outside.
- Will not break or flake due to weather elements.
- Lasts longer.
- 100% recyclable.
Installing Nomaflex Concrete Expansion Joint Filler
Nomaflex can be used with all hot-pour or cold-applied sealants and prevents 3-sided sealant adhesion. The Nomaflex Cutter is a tool that creates a 1/2” tear-off strip that once removed, creates a void for sealants. The tear-off strip remains attached until the installer removes it. Nomaflex is also compatible with plastic edge caps and should be installed 1/2” below the concrete surface prior to pouring concrete. Nomaflex can be used as a form and should be installed against any edge where concrete is poured and an expansion joint is required. Spray adhesives can also be used with Nomaflex.
Physical Properties of Nomaflex Concrete Expansion Joint Filler
|Compression Strength||>30 psi and < 60 psi|
|Freeze Thaw Resistance||No Change|
|Heat Resistance||392 Degrees F +/- 5 Degrees F|
|UV Weathering||No Change|
|Extrusion||< 0.1 inch|
|Density||>3.5 Pounds / Cubic Foot|
|Boiling in Hydrocholoric Acid||No Disintegration|
|Expansion in Boiling Water||<1% Expansion|
|Out-Gassing (no. of bubble)||
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