Acrylic Modified Isocyanate Two Pack! (3:1)
Ultra Hard Wearing Surface Perfect For
Concrete & Garage Floors.
• High build, high solids urethane concrete coating
• Clear Solids >40%, Coloured Solids >50%
• Easy to use & DIY friendly two pack kit
• Unyielding adhesive bond to concrete surfaces
• Dramatically improves cleanability & maintenance
• Prevents powdering and degradation of concrete
• Forms durable, hard, yet flexible coating
• Exceptional gloss finish
• Good dry & through cure
• Resistant to abrasion
• Excellent mark and scuff resistance
• Hot tyre resistant
• Excellent chemical resistance – oils, greases, alkali
• Urethane Based
• UV resistant
• Easy to recoat
Suitable for areas exposed directly to UV light as product is non-yellowing, 100% UV stable. Suitable for areas requiring chemical resistance. Eg: Garage Floors, Mechanic Workshops.
Acid: Very Good
Fresh/Salt Water: Excellent
Solvents: Very Good
Durable gloss garage floor concrete coating protection.
Broom, Brush, Roller or Squeegee
Optional Base Coat/Primer
As a floor barrier coat single coat prime with Water Based Epoxy Primer
5-8 sqm / L per coat on porous surfaces
9-11 sqm / L per coat on less-porous surfaces
5⁰C Substrate Temperature
Surface Dry (minutes): N/A
Hard Dry (hours): N/A
Recoat Time (hours): N/A
Pot Life (minutes): N/A
10⁰C Substrate Temperature
Surface Dry (minutes): 120
Hard Dry (hours): 24
Recoat Time (hours): 12
Pot Life (minutes): 90
20⁰C Substrate Temperature
Surface Dry (minutes): 60
Hard Dry (hours): 12
Recoat Time (hours): 6
Pot Life (minutes): 60
30⁰C Substrate Temperature
Surface Dry (minutes): 30
Hard Dry (hours): 8
Recoat Time (hours): 4
Pot Life (minutes): 40
**As project conditions vary, applicators may need to adjust times accordingly.
Allow to fully cure between coats (Tack Free).
External: Driveways, Carparks, Patios, Footpaths etc
Internal: Garage Flooring, Industrial Factory and Warehouse Flooring etc
UN 1263, DG CLASS 3 PKG II, HAZCHEM 3 [Y]E
It is important to prepare all the necessary equipment before you start. Tape up any areas before applying the epoxy and remove the tape before the epoxy dries.
If separate tint pack supplied add full tint pack to Part A base first.
Mix 3 parts of A epoxy with 1 part of B hardener by volume not by weight. It is important to scrape out as much of part B as possible to ensure a correct mix ratio. An incorrect mix ratio will decrease pot life dramatically or it will not cure at all.
Mix well preferably using an air stirrer or drill (remembering not to whip any unnecessary air into the mix).
To increase pot life pour the mix onto the floor – do not keep in the mixing container. By keeping the mix in the pot it will gel up much faster.
Spread the coat out using a squeegee or roll on with a 12mm-16mm nap synthetic roller.
Remove all masking tape while the epoxy is still wet or the tape will dry into the coating.
Allow to dry over night.
With a pole sander or equivalent sand the area to remove any sharp edges or rough patches. If the surface is not smooth the final gloss level may not have a consistent sheen level.
Vacuum over the surface again to remove any dust particles.
Mask around the floor edges.
Mix topcoat and apply in subsequent manner as first coat. Do not whip up or air rate when applying. Do not thin.
When mixing ensure that mixing equipment is clean as polyurethanes are moisture sensitive.