Solvent free-low odour
High chemical resistance
Easy to clean-seamless
Flexible and waterproof
Available in wide range of colour
The long term durability of the material will be based on the preparation between the substrate and the flooring system. It is important therefore that the substrate must be correctly prepared prior to the application of EPOFLOOR SF.
Concrete should be dry, free from dust, oil, loose debris and other contaminants. Remove all existing coat (if any) by scraping, grinding or with paint remover. Apply one (1) coat of multi-etch solution and rinse with fresh water and let it dry for 24 hours to ensure an excellent penetration. Any necessary repairs should be carried out using Epoxy Grout & Mortar or Epoxy Non-Shrink Putty.
New concrete should be cured for at least 28 days. Floors should be sound and free from contamination such as oils, grease and other foreign residues or laitance. Apply one (1) coat of multi etch solution, rinse and let it dry. Remove all loose debris prior to the application of the flooring system.
Remove all traces of oil, grease, and other contaminants with suitable degreaser and detergent. Remove all rust and loose materials by power tool cleaning or by wire brushing. Application of wash primer to damaged or rusted surface is recommended prior to the application of EPOFLOOR SF.
Apply 1 coat of Uniseal #220SF as a sealer and conditioner. Primer should be tack-free prior to application of EPOFLOOR SF. The primer should be left to achieve the tack free condition before applying the topcoat. A second coat of primer may be required if the substrate is extremely porous.
Stir well each container particularly resin base using a flat paddle.
Mix thoroughly 2 part of Resin A to 1 part of Hardener by weight until homogenous. Do not add solvents of thinner.
Mechanical mixing using power drill with low RPM is much preferred to ensure a homogenous solution.
If smooth finish is desired, apply EPOFLOOR SF by roller at a minimum thickness of 200 microns per coat, coverage at this thickness will be approximately 5 m2/L.
Anti-slip finish can be obtained by sprinkling a silica aggregate 0.1 – 0.3 grain size in to the first coat. Ensure that any loose aggregate is removed prior to the application of the second coat.