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Mega: How to use Mega-Crete Concrete Repair Compound

Mega: How to use Mega-Crete Concrete Repair Compound

Below are the steps for preparing and using our Mega-Crete repair compound to repair damaged concrete. Please contact your local sales rep for more details and purchasing options. Cut a key or grind a shelf 1/2” deep all the way around the damaged concrete using a Ninja™ universal cutting disk from Partsmaster. Remove any damaged or loose concrete by grinding it away and create a hole at least ¼ inch in depth. Grind or sand steel edge guards clean and free of rust and paint. I...
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Sockets: How to Remove a Rusted and Rounded Bolt

Sockets: How to Remove a Rusted and Rounded Bolt

Removing frozen bolts can become extremely difficult, especially when the hex heads get rounded and standard sockets and wrenches slip.Power Plant Maintenance Success StoryDuring a scheduled outage at a power plant, crews encountered three frozen 5/8″-11 X 3″ hex head cap screws on a coal conveyance structure and were unable to remove the bolts using box end wrenches, standard sockets, or impact sockets. Using Partsmaster™ Cross-Over sockets, all three frozen bolts were re...
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Mini FIles: How to Repair a Damaged Keyway

Mini FIles: How to Repair a Damaged Keyway

Metal burrs can prevent two mating components from reassembly. Burrs form during normal equipment operation and commonly occur at the following connection points: woodruff keyways, spline connections, smooth and threaded shaft ends, drift pin ends, compression pin shaft openings, metal tubes, grommet holes, dog point connections, and many others. These burrs can be hard to access and, therefore, hard to remove.Aircraft Maintenance Success StoryAn aircraft mechanic had a 6 splined 540 RPM drive s...
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