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Epoxy Paste Adhesive

Ideal for civil engineering applications

With outstanding tensile and compressive strength, PM provides robust adhesion and repairs. An easy-blend texture and non-sag properties make it simple and versatile on the job.


Features & Benefits

  • Suits vertical, inclined or overhead work.
  • Easy 1:1 mixing.
  • High chemical resistance.
  • Cures in adverse conditions.
  • General purpose and bonds with most construction materials.
  • Elasticity for temperature variations and seismic movement.
  • Two-part solution.
  • Available as twin self-mixing cartridges.


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Ideal Uses

Concrete Repair

Bonding Natural Stone

Fibre Cement Sheet

Bonding Steel to Concrete

Gap Filling & Bonding

How to use

How to Use

Megapoxy PM is a two-part gap filling epoxy paste adhesive for many types of bonding and filling applications.

It is available in conveniently pre-packaged 1 litre, 4 litre and 20 litre kits with a simple 1:1 mix ratio.

It has a 45 minute work time and a 24 hour cure time at 25ºC.

Surface Preparation

Before beginning to mix, ensure that all contact surfaces like metal, concrete and stone are clean and free of oil, dust and any other surface contaminants.

Concrete and stone surfaces should be prepared by grinding the surface and removing all the dust and debris.
This helps ensure effective bonding contact.

Compressed air can be used to remove dust from cracks and holes.

Clean metal surfaces with acetone to remove any oils or contaminants.

Safety and PPE

Megapoxy PM is VOC-free. As with all epoxy resins, please wear appropriate PPE, including eyewear gloves and clothing.


IMPORTANT. Only make a suitable quantity that can be used within the 45-minute work time!

Megapoxy PM should be mixed on a non-porous, flat surface.

Using individual spatulas for Part A and Part B, measure out equal amounts from their containers. Place them next to each other on the mixing surface. Ensure you have the same height and roundness for both parts BEFORE combining.

To combine, start by using the spatulas to fold part A over the part B and then work them together in a zigzag motion.

Make sure to scrape the underneath the combined product and onto the flat mixing surface. This will help to collect and combine any unmixed part A or B.

While mixing the epoxy, make sure to clean the spatulas by scraping off any un-combined Part A or part B and then mix thoroughly.

When the epoxy appears completely streak-free and uniform in colour, it’s ready for use.


Megapoxy PM is recommended for bonding pre-cast concrete; natural stone; bricks; ceramics; and metals.

It is ideal for filling and repair of concrete pipes and tanks; fibreglass; patching concrete floors; stairs; concrete columns; and in situ formed concrete.

You can use Megapoxy PF rapid-set in combination with Megapoxy PM to secure vertical articles while it cures.

Applying Megapoxy PM to cracks and holes is easy and fast, and because it’s low-sag, Megapoxy PM is ideal for overhead or vertical surfaces.


Uncured Megapoxy PM can be cleaned with Megapoxy Thinners.

Please Dispose of contents and container in accordance with local, regional, national and international regulations.


It will cure stronger than concrete with good chemical resistance.

Once cured, Megapoxy PM can be machined, sanded and polished to a fine finish.

For further technical information, refer to TDS.

Techncial downloads Projects

Sky-high quality and service: solutions for major public transport project

Megapoxy adhesive and grouting solutions were used in the construction of a four-kilometre elevated Skytrain – including a 270-metre cable-stayed bridge. This was part of Sydney Metro, a major public transport project designed to transform Sydney – with more trains and faster services across the network.

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Prestige meets perfection: sandstone façade for Northern Beaches home

Bond various-shaped 30mm sandstone tiles to a newly built house exterior, giving it a prestigious finish that lasts.

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A bridge to tomorrow: restoring lasting structural integrity for piers

Repair and strengthen cracked piers supporting the Regentville bridge over the Nepean River, originally built on 1971.

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Ferro-Cement Yacht

Repair and strengthen the hull of a yacht made of ferro-cement: a construction material consisting of wire meshes and cement mortar – or a type of thin reinforced concrete.

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Stacks on: powerful bonds for upmarket apartment facade

Remove an apartment building’s deteriorating stackstone façade and replace with fresh stackstone – using an epoxy paste adhesive to bond the stones to a pre-cast concrete wall.

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