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SC Metallic Grout Green Conscious Product

Non-shrink metallic grout

SC METALLIC GROUT is a robust, metallic, cement-based grout, designed for heavy industrial use in environments like steel mill production facilities. It handles dynamic and repetitive loading exceptionally well. Free of chlorides, this grout can be used in a wide range of applications from dry pack to fluid consistencies.

  • High Early Strength: Ensures rapid strength gain for early serviceability.
  • Non-Shrink/Non-Corrosive: Ensures structural integrity without damaging reinforcement.
  • Excellent Freeze/Thaw Resistance: Suitable for harsh climates.
  • Versatile: Ideal for both interior and exterior applications.

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  • Ensure all surfaces are clean, oil-free, and roughened to enhance bonding.
  • Metal in contact with the grout must be free of rust and contaminants.
  • Substrate should be saturated surface dry (SSD) before grouting, with no excess water.


  • Mix in two phases to achieve desired consistency, starting with 2/3 of the water before adding the grout, followed by the remaining water after partial mixing. Mix for an additional 2 to 3 minutes, ensuring no more than 30 minutes elapse before placement.


  • Ensure continuous, quick placement from one side to avoid air entrapment. Maintain a minimum of 1-inch vertical clearance for base plate grouting.


  • Cover immediately with clean, wet rags and keep moist until final set. Afterward, apply an ASTM-C-309 compliant curing compound like SpecChem Cure & Seal 25.


Available in 50 lb bags.

Shelf Life

One year from the date of manufacture when stored properly in a cool, dry interior area away from moisture.


SC METALLIC GROUT is recommended for grouting heavy equipment bases, structural columns, pump and equipment bases, crane rails, bearing plates, and other applications exposed to dynamic loads.

Test Data

  • Water Requirements: Varies from 6.2 to 8.5 pints per 50 lb, based on desired consistency.
  • Compressive Strength: Up to 11,300 psi at 28 days depending on consistency.
  • Expansion Percentage: Maintains a range of 0.03% to 0.05% through 28 days.


  • Meets Corps of Engineers CRD-C-621 and ASTM C-1107 Grade A, B, & C.