Pallet of Deery PLS Oil Jacketed Crack Filler

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75 boxes of Deery PLS crack filler for hot-oil jacketed melters that can be used to repair cracks on asphalt and concrete in high traffic areas. Read more

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Deery PLS is a hot-applied crack filler is designed to fill cracks in asphalt or concrete where recycled rubber, modifiers and polymers are approved. This product meets the specification for many states' DOTs and is favored by airports, highways and roadways.

It's designed to seal cracks water-tight and prevent water from seeping in to the foundation of your asphalt, causing further damage to the asphalt surface. When cracks are left unsealed, water will erode the foundation, leaving a pocket of air where the asphalt cannot bear its own weight and will collapse on itself, causing depressions or potholes. Deery PLS is an oil-jacketed crack sealant, designed to be melted down in an oil-jacketed kettle. It is not a direct-fire crack sealer, so it should not be used in the crackfill machines we sell, or other direct-fire kettles. Use this product in an oil-jacketed melter that has constant agitation.

Deery PLS crack sealer is generally used for projects that were spec'd with an oil-jacketed material: municipal roads, interstates, and airport runways. The elasticity in Deery PLS allows for greater expansion in cracks: it is much more flexible than direct-fire crackfill. It's designed for large bodies of asphalt.

Use this product to seal all major trafficked asphalt cracks to protect the pavement from water, ice and erosion.


Deery PLS can be applied as soon as the pavement is at the recommended temperature: at 40°F (4°C) or higher, place material into clean, dry crack using a hand-held pour pot, wheeled push bander or wand applicator. Squeegee any excess sealant tight to pavement surface.

Heat the product to 380-400°F (193-204°C). Do not heat over 400°F; if the product is held at a higher temperature for a prolonged period it will damage the product's adherence and performance.

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Customer Questions
What type of sand can I put on top of the cracks if traffic needs to drive on it before crackfill has completely hardened? Can I use regular sand?
It is best to use silica sand. Silica sand is basically 99% to 99.5% silicon dioxide, meaning, it is pure, more stable, and is resistant to acid. Regular sand, on the other hand, contains a lot of impurities such as a mix of feldspar and other oxide minerals with very low silica content.
After applying crackfill, how soon can you seal coat?
Whether you used liquid cold-pour crack filler or rubberized hot-pour crack filler, it is best to let the product dry completely before applying sealer. Depending on ambient and surface temperatures, the actual drying time of the crack fill can vary. We usually recommend allowing crack fill to dry for 24 to 48 hours before applying sealer.
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