RY10 PRO & 15,000ft Deery Crack Sealer
This professional bundle is great for getting your business started, and one of our most popular options! You will get amazing savings that you wouldn’t get if you bought each of these items individually. This bundle comes with our famous RY10 PRO Crack Seal Melter and Applicator Machine and an entire pallet of Deery Crack Sealant! Even better, you can save with free shipping! The 75 boxes the pallet holds contain 2,250 pounds of crack sealant and can cover up to15,00 linear feet of cracks! Each box contains 30 lbs of material so the boxes are easy to transport and move.
RY-10 PRO Product Features
- 4 wheels make turning easy
- Agitation lever for on-the-go mixing
- Electric push-button start ignition makes starting a breeze
- Easy to operate and maneuver
- 50% faster melting
- 50% less fuel used
- Glycerine-based vibration-resistant thermometer with thermometer guard
- Fuel like has a heat shield
- Flame-out sensor
- 14g steel construction
Deery Crack Sealer Benefits
- Dries in only 30 minutes
- Professional grade
- Shelf-life of 5 years
- Buying in bulk saves money
- Stays flexible down to 0°F
- Water and salt resistance makes this great for all areas.
How To Use
All cracks need to be dry and clean. Remove any plants, gravel, dirt, or other debris from your work area. To get the material ready, open the box and put the cube of crackfill into the Crack Seal Melter & Applicator Machine. Make sure you leave the plastic on. Once in the melter, heat the material to a temperature around 150 degrees Fahrenheit, which will take around ten minutes. Then, all you do is apply the melted product to the pavement with a melter applicator.
Deery’s Super Stretch Crack Sealant should be used on pavement that is over 40°F for best results. This is best used on joints and cracks that are an inch and a half or less in width. After application, let dry for 30 minutes. This material can be cooled and reheated if your entire batch is not used.
- Free shipping to all states in the United States, except Hawaii, Alaska, Montana, Wyoming, Utah, Arizona, Nevada, California, Oregon, and Washington.
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