Epoxy.com Product #2 Cold Temperature Cure Chemical Resistant Epoxy Coating

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Epoxy.com Product #2 Cold Cure

Epoxy Based Chemical Resistant Coating

Works in Temperatures as low as 35°F.

Protect Concrete, Steel & Other Materials From Non-Oxidizing Acids & Alkalines

100% solids zero VOC - meets even the toughest low VOC standards


GENERAL DESCRIPTION

Epoxy.com Product #2 Cold Cure Chemical Resistant Epoxy Coating a two component, 100% solids, Zero "0" VOC epoxy chemical resistant coating specially formulated for cold temperature applications. 

Epoxy.com Product #2 Cold Temperature Cure Chemical Resistant  Epoxy Coating  is often used in coolers and food preparation areas that require low temperature epoxy coating installation is required. Epoxy.com Product #2 Cold Temperature Cure Chemical Resistant Epoxy Coating is also used for room temperature installations where a super-fast-cure is required to minimize turn around time.

Epoxy.com Product #2 Cold Temperature Cure Chemical Resistant Epoxy Coating used to protect chemical concrete, steel and other structural materials from non-oxidizing acids and alkalines for both interior and exterior applications.

APPLICATIONS

Typical Uses

  • Aisle Ways
  • Assembly Plants
  • Bakeries
  • Basement Floors & Walls
  • Block Walls
  • Bottling Plants
  • Break Rooms
  • Cafeterias
  • Canning Plants
  • Car Washes
  • Cells
  • Chemical Processing Areas
  • Chemical Pump Areas
  • Chemical Storage Area
  • Church Floors
  • Classroom Floors
  • Corridors
  • Educational Facilities
  • Entrances
  • Filters
  • Food Plants
  • Fork Lift Areas
  • Health Care Facilities
  • Hospitals
  • Kennels
  • Kitchens
  • Laboratories
  • Law Enforcement Facilities
  • Laundries
  • Leveling concrete
  • Loading docks
  • Locker Rooms
  • Machine Shops
  • Manufacturing Areas
  • Marine Surfaces
  • Meat Preparation Areas
  • Mortuaries
  • Nuclear Plant Floors
  • Offices
  • Patching concrete
  • Photography Processing Areas
  • Power Plants
  • Printing Plants
  • Produce Preparation Areas
  • Pools
  • Ramps
  • Research Facilities
  • Rest Rooms
  • Restaurants
  • Secondary Chemical Containment
  • Semiconductor Plants
  • Sewer Plants
  • Shops
  • Shopping Centers
  • Shower Rooms
  • Stores
  • Show Rooms
  • Supermarkets
  • Tanks
  • Veterinary Facilities
  • Water Plants
  • Warehouses
  • & many others

ADVANTAGE

  • Low Temperature Cure
  • Low Odor During Application and Cure- will not taint foods
  • Superior Stain and Chemical Resistance
  • Bonds Well to Cool, Damp Substrates
  • 100% Solids, Zero VOC - meets even the strictest low VOC standards
  • Excellent chemical resistance
  • Strong yet resilient
  • Built in flexibility
  • Sprayable
  • Meets USDA standards

SURFACE PREPARATION

Surface to receive Epoxy.com Product #2 Chemical Resistant Epoxy Coating must be clean and sound. Remove all dirt, laitance, grease curing compounds and other foreign matter by sandblasting, or mechanical abrasion. Remove water and dust from all surfaces with an oil free blast immediately prior to application. See Epoxy.com' Surface Preparation Guide form more details.

MIXING INSTRUCTIONS

Temperature of Epoxy.com Product #2 Chemical Resistant Epoxy Coating must be 50° F or above at time of mixing. Stir each component separately before blending. Mix two parts by volume of Part A with one part by volume of Part B for three minutes with a low speed electric drill motor equipped with a mixing paddle.

APPLICATION

Epoxy.com Product #899 Cold Cure Primer is recommended for concrete surfaces. Apply Epoxy.com Product #2 Cold Temperature Cure Chemical Resistant Epoxy Coating with a roller, brush, or spray equipment. Two coats are recommended. Thickness per coat should be 7-10 mils. Seven days cure time is required to reach maximum chemical resistance.  For more information before installing please see Epoxy.com  installation tips at https://www.epoxy.com/install.htm.

LIMITATIONS

Refer to Epoxy.com Product #2 Cold Temperature Cured Chemical Resistant Epoxy Coating Chemical Resistance Chart for field tested results of common industrial chemicals that Product #2 has been exposed to. New concrete should be at least 28 days old. Temperature of substrate must be above 50° F. DO NOT thin.

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

Prolonged or repeated exposure may cause eye and skin irritation. If contact occurs, wash immediately and seek medical help. Use safety glasses with side shields and wear protective rubber gloves.

CLEANING

All tools and equipment should be cleaned before the system gels. Use MEK, Acetone, or any lacquer solvent.

APPLICATION PROPERTIES at 77° F

Mix Ratio 2:1 By Volume
Viscosity (mixed) 1000-1800 CPS
Pot Life (200 gr.) 15 minutes @ 75° F.
Tack Free to Touch 2-3 hours @ 75° F; 14-16 hours @ 35° F.
Recoat 3-4 hours @ 75° F; 14-16 hours @ 35° F.
Light Traffic5-6 hours @ 75° F; 24 hours @ 35° F.
Final Cure 5 Days
Packaging (unit size) 3 gal., 15 gal.
Standard Colors Black, White, & Colors Listed Below  

Color Chart HereClick the picture of color card below  for a larger version of this picture of the color chart.
Please note:  The picture to the right is a photographic reproduction of the color card for this product.  The photo reproduction process and your monitor and/or printer will change these colors.  This chart is to give you an idea of the colors available and not intended for critical color selections.

TENSILE PROPERTIES

Tensile Strength (ASTM D-638) 5500 p.s.i. min.
Elongation 10%

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Coating Installation Guide

Click Here for The Coatings Calculator or use the table below

Material Required Per 1000 SF

Good SF/ Gal Thickness in Mils Gallons 
1 Coat 899 Primer Pigmented 250 6.4 4
1 Coat of 1 Pigmented 200 8 5
Total  14.4
Better than Good
1 Coat 899 Primer Pigmented 250 6.4 4
1 Coat of 1 Pigmented 160 10 6.25
Total  16.4
Much Better
1 Coat 899 Primer Clear 250 6.4 4
1 Coat of 1 Pigmented 200 8 5
2nd Coat of 1 Pigmented 200 8 5
Total  22.4
Best
1 Coat 899 Primer Clear 250 6.4 4
1 Coat of 1 Pigmented 160 10 6.25
2nd Coat of 1 Pigmented 160 10 6.25
Total 26.4
 

Download  the spreadsheet above in Microsoft Excel Format  to calculate material: worksheets/CoatingsCalculator.xls

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Epoxy.com Product #2 Cold Temperature Cure

CHEMICAL RESISTANCE CHART


CHEMICAL TEST TIME MONTHS

Each mark after the chemical name that is a +, S, or -, represents 1 month, 2 months,  and 6 months respectively.

+ = Resistant

S = Softened

- = Attacked

Reagent CHEMICAL TEST TIME IN MONTHS
1 3 6
WATER, DISTILLED    + +
SEAWATER 
SULFURIC ACID, 10%  + +
SULFURIC ACID, 50%  weekly cleanup
HYDROCHLORIC ACID, 10%  weekly cleanup
HYDROCHLORIC ACID, 36%  daily cleanup 
HYDROCHLORIC VAPOR 
ACETIC ACID, 5%  +
ACETIC ACID, 10% + + +
AMMONIUM HYDROXIDE, 30%  daily cleanup 
SODIUM HYDROXIDE, 50%  + + +
SODIUM HYDROXIDE, 70%  daily cleanup 
ACETONE  - - -
BUTANONE (normal) daily cleanup 
DIACETONE ALCOHOL 
CELLOSOLVE
ETHANOL, 50% + + +
ETHANOL, 96% - - -
XYLENE weekly cleanup
TOLUENE hourly cleanup
BENZENE + + +
SKYDROL + + +
CRUDE OIL  + + +
GASOLINE, 98 OCTANE  daily cleanup
CITRIC 10% + + +
CITRIC 40% daily cleanup
LACTIC (DAIRY PRODUCTS) + + +
NITRIC 10% weekly cleanup
PHOSPHORIC 10%
CARBON TETRACHLORIDE  hourly cleanup
ETHYL ALCOHOL - - -
ISOPROPYL ALCOHOL  daily cleanup
MINERAL SPIRITS daily cleanup
DETERGENTS ANIONIC 2%  + + +

SODIUM CHLORITE 25%

+ - -
SODIUM HYPOCHLORITE 10%  +
STAIN RESISTANCE
BUTTER + + +
CITRUS JUICES + + +
COFFEE + + +
COLA + + +
GREASE + + +
HAIR TONIC + + +
INK + + +
LARD + + +
LIPSTICK + + +
LIQUOR + + +
MILK + + +
MINERAL OIL + + +

MUSTARD 

+ + +
VINEGAR + + +
  SANDBLASTED STEEL PANELS, COATED WITH AN AVERAGE. OF 14 MIL FILM THICKNESS, IMMERSED IN THE VARIOUS MATERIAL FOR UP TO ONE YEAR

Proper mixing and installation is critical to the optimal success of all product.  See Installation Tips, Techdata, & MSDS for more details on our products.  Be sure to contact us with any questions and/or concerns that you have.

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