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Epoxy Glaze Coat

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Antel Epoxy Glaze coat is ideal for repairing new and existing concrete surfaces. It provides a smooth, professional looking surface which is resistant to abrasion, dirt and chemicals.

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Epoxy Glaze Coat Technical Data Sheet

1. DESCRIPTION

Antel’s Epoxy Glaze Coat is a high quality high build two component solvent free epoxy for application to new and existing concrete repairs. It provides a smooth, easily cleaned surface which is resistant to dirt, moisture, oil, light-medium abrasion and chemical attack. Expected first maintenance of the material may be expected in 10 years.

2. FEATURES, BENEFITS

-High build—200 µm per coat
-Superb adhesion to concrete
-Good early strength characteristics
-Dustproof and waterproof
-Good chemical resistance.
-Impermeable to water and other liquids.
-Good resistance to heavy traffic
-Provides a closed hygienic surface
-Can be made non-slip
-Decorative finish
-Good water spot and blush resistance

3. USES

-Factory floors
-Food/hygiene e.g. Abattoirs,/milking parlours
-Car plants
-Hospitals

4. TECHNICAL DATA (20oC)

Pot life 30 minutes
Application thickness 150-200 µm per coat
Initial cure 6-8 hours
Pedestrian traffic 24 hours
Heavy traffic 36 hours
Bond Strength 4N/mm2

4.1 Chemical Resistance

Sulphuric Acid 30% Excellent
Sodium Hydroxide 25% Excellent
Engine Oil Excellent
Lactic Acid 25% Good
Ammonia Solution 25% Good
Citric Acid 25% Excellent
Petrol Excellent
Sugar Solution 40% Excellent
Hydrochloric Acid 30% Excellent

5. INSTRUTIONS FOR USE
5.1 Preparation
Substrate preparation
The substrate must have a minimum compressive strength of 25 N/mm2. Moisture content should not exceed 5% and relative humidity at the surface should not exceed 75%. All oil and grease must be removed. The surface should be free of laitance, etc. Cleaning by mechanical means such as grit blasting or scabbling is very important.
Concrete surfaces must be clean and free of grease/contamination.
Concrete contaminated with oil or grease require suitable preparation such as steam cleaning using a suitable detergent to remove the contaminant.

PRIMING

Priming is necessary when the substrate is poor even after preparation. Failure to prepare the surface correctly may result in bad bond formation. Therefore it may be necessary to apply a primer.
5.2 Mixing – Please follow instructions exactly
Mix the resin and hardener components thoroughly with drill paddle. Do not speed mix as this can affect the workability of the material. Once mixed transfer to a shallow tray immediately. This will help to dissipate heat and give a longer working time.
6. APPLICATION
The coating can be applied with a suitable brush or good quality foam-backed roller to achieve a smooth, even finish. A second coat if required, can be applied in the same manner once the first coat is tack free. If a non-slip finish is desired, a thin dusting of dry sand or grit may be applied between coats. A further 24 hours should be allowed before permitting traffic. Maximum inter coat time 24 hours.

7. PACKAGING AND COVERAGE
Antel’s Epoxy Glaze Coat is available in 1kg, 2.5kg and 5 Kg packs. Coverage is 20/25m2/5 kg.

8. CLEANING
Brushes and roller equipment should be cleaned with Antel’s Standard Cleaning Solvent.

9. STORAGE

Store in a dry, cool, and frost free place in their original containers
Shelf life – 12 months in above conditions .

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