Epofer Floor Gray -Epoxy Self-Leveling Flooring - Epoxi
139,15 € IVA incl.
- Epoxy resinfor floors.
- Self leveling, easy to use.
- Mixing ratio: 100A:23B in weight.
- Gray color.
The Epofer Floor Gray is an Epoxy Resin in two components that must be mixed prior to use, pigmented in gray, it is used for the manufacture of self-leveling floors, for its high wear resistance and excellent behavior against reactive liquids such as oil, detergent, acids, alkalis, etc,
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE:
Homogenize separately component A and component B.
Pour the corresponding quantity of one component over the other and carefully mix the whole mass. The application should then be done by spray, brush or roller, adjusting the viscosity with the thinner Epoxi Thinner.
The coating should be done in two coats, with an interval of 12 hours between them.
|TECHNICAL DATA||EPOFER FLOOR GRAY|
|Mixing ratio A:B||100A:23B by weight|
|Working time:||30 Minutes at 25 ºC|
|Demolding time:||24-48 Hours|
|Thermodistortion temperature, ASTM D-648||58 ºC|
|Compressive Strength, ASTM D-695, Kg/cm2||670|
|Tensile Strength, ASTM D-638, Kg/cm2||420|
|Elongation at break, ASTM D-638, %||3|
|Flexural Strength, ASTM D-790 Kg/cm2||660|
Must be free of grease and debris. The cleaning can be done by mechanical, chemical or flame means. It must have good compressive strength and good surface strength, free of cement slurry and free of concrete curing agents. If the concrete is new 21 days shall elapse after application.
- Cleaning of the substrate.
- Prime the concrete with Epofer Floor Gray reducing its viscosity with 5-10% of solvent Epoxi Thinner. Yield: 300g/m2.
- Spreading of the resin Epofer Floor Gray self-leveling. Yield:1Kg/m2.
With the resin Epofer Floor Gray it is possible to obtain a colored, continuous floor without joints. Respecting only the expansion joints of the concrete floor.
USE OF EPOFER FLOOR GRAY RESIN:
To obtain smooth, shiny, easy to clean, resistant to fungi and bacteria, waterproof and wear resistant floors.
- Working Time
- Curing Time
- Shore Hardness
- 78 D
- Mixed Weight Ratio