Epoxy Chip Flooring Base Coating
High-Build Coating100% Solids
Epoxy.com Product #315BC
Epoxy.com Product #315BC High-Build Polymeric Coating is a two component, 100% solids polymeric Hi-Build polymeric coating used for high foot
and light forklift traffic areas where abrasion resistance is required; for
protection against mild corrosion; and as a decorative waterproof coating for
walls, floors, tanks, pools etc. Also used as a base coat for Epoxy.com Chip
- Moisture Insensitive
- Ceramic like finish
- Solvent Free
- Extremely Durable
- Chemical Resistant
Surface to receive Epoxy.com Product #315BC High-Build Polymeric 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.
Temperature of Epoxy.com Product #315BC High-Build Polymeric Coating (normal cure) 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.
ApplyEpoxy.com Product #315BC High-Build Polymeric Coating with a roller, brush, or spray equipment. When not used as
part of the 315 Chip Flooring System, 2 coats are recommended. Thickness per coat should be 7-10
mils. Seven days cure time is required to reach maximum chemical resistance.
When installing over concrete Product #899 or Product #203 Primer is
DO NOT apply Epoxy.com Product #315BC High-Build Polymeric Coating at temperatures below 50° F. Surface must be dry.
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.
All tools and equipment should be cleaned before the system gels. Use MEK, Acetone, or
any lacquer solvent
Click the picture
of color card below for a larger version of this picture
of the color chart.
APPLICATION PROPERTIES @77°F
(200 gr.) in minutes @70° F.
in Hours @ 70° F.
||3 gallon units (2 gallons of "A" + 1 gallon of "B"
||White, Light Gray, Dark Gray, Taupe, Sand,
Gold, Mocha, Brick Red, Slate Blue,
Colonial Green, Deep Blue,
Black, Safety Yellow
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.
Material Certification of LEED Requirements
Epoxy.com a division of Epoxy Systems, Inc. certifies that Epoxy.com meet or exceed LEED requirements as summarized below:
LEED Credit IE 4.2:
Indoor Environmental Quality/Air Quality Before Occupancy Materials meet the requirement for VOC content Pertaining to LEED IEQ 4.2 Indoor Emitting Materials Credit. Refer to the individual product component
technical data sheets and MSDS for further information.
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