Installation Instructions Epoxy #1
Epoxy Coating System (20-27 mils)
Product #899 Epoxy Primer & Product #1 Epoxy
High Build Floor Coating
Fluid-Applied Flooring Coating
EPOXY HIGH BUILD COATING SYSTEM
High build Epoxy 21-27 mils
I. GENERAL INFORMATION
Product #1 Epoxy Coating System consists of
Product #899 Epoxy Primer followed with two coats
of Product #1 High Build Epoxy Floor Coating Epoxy Coating. Product #1
High Build Epoxy Floor Coating is available in pigmented finish only.
Before installation read Do with epoxies and
Don't do with epoxies.
Surface Preparation is the most critical portion of any
successful resinous flooring system application. All substrates must be properly
prepared to a minimum surface profile of CSP-2 as outlined in
Epoxy.com Surface Preparation Procedures. Specific attention should be paid to the
A. Concrete Placement--An efficient vapor barrier should be under
slabs on or below grade to prevent moisture migration. A moisture vapor
treatment may be necessary.
B. Curing and Finishing Techniques of the Concrete
C. Age of Concrete
D. Previous Contamination of the Substrate
Present Condition of the Substrate Also, the temperature and humidity conditions
of the area to receive the flooring system should be checked. An optimum room
temperature of 75�F with a minimum slab temperature of 60�F is required for
proper cure of the resin flooring system.
III. MATERIAL QUANTITIES
A. Guideline System Requirements for 1000 ft� 21-27 Mils
Product #1 High Build Epoxy Coating
1. Product #899 Epoxy Primer 4-5 gallons
2. Product #1
High Build Epoxy Floor Coating Epoxy 10-12.5 gallons**
A. Product #899 Epoxy Primer
a. Stir each component prior to
b. Mix two (2) parts by volume of Part A (Resin) with one (1) part by
volume of Part B (Hardener) for three minutes with a low speed electric drill
c. If thinning is desired, add no more than one pint of xylene or
MEK per gallon of epoxy at time of mixing.
d. Do not mix more material than can
be applied in 30-40 minutes. Do not leave
mixed material in the pail for longer than 5 minutes or working time will be
a. Pour mixed resin onto the prepared
b. Spread with either a flat trowel or squeegee, or roller to a coverage of 200
to 275 ft� per gallon. If smaller batches are used, this product can be
installed with the "dip and roll" method.
c. Back roll with a short nap roller.
d. Allow primer to
cure 8-12 hours (at 75 degrees F) prior to topcoating. A fast cure formulation
is available to reduce re-coat window to 4-6 hours. If primer is to be allowed
to sit for longer than 24 hours, sand primer before topcoating.
Product #1 High Build Epoxy Floor Coating Topcoat
1. Mixing Product #1 High Build Epoxy Floor Coating
a. Stir each component prior to mixing.
b. Mix two (2)
parts by volume of Part A (Base) with one (1) part by volume of Part B
(Hardener) for three minutes with a low speed electric drill mixing paddle.
Add optional Epoxy.com Anti-Skid fine at a rate of 8-12 volume ounces
per gallon of mixed epoxy and mix until well dispersed (typically 1
Mix only the amount of material that can be immediately poured out.
a. Immediately pour mixed material onto floor in strips and spread
at a rate of 160- 200 ft� per gallon with a squeegee. If smaller batches
are used, this product can be installed with the "dip and roll" method.
b. Back roll immediately
with a short to medium nap roller. Do not backroll excessively.
3. Allow to cure
overnight or a minimum of 12 to 16 hours at 75 degrees F.
4. Apply second coat the same as step 2.
Allow to cure 24 hours for light traffic, 48 hours for heavy traffic.
For very hot tires, and chemical exposure wait 5-7 days for full chemical cure.
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