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|Place of Origin:||China|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||10kg|
|Packaging Details:||Part A/B: 20kgs pail|
|Payment Terms:||T/T or L/C at sight|
Polyaspartic Flooring Coating PF863
1. PRODUCT NAME PF863 Garage Flooring Polyaspartic Topcoat
2. PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
Polyaspartic Flooring PF863 is a low VOC and minimal-odor fast- curing two-part polyaspartic aliphatic polyurea sealer/finish coating for both decorative and protective applications. The material is applied in single or multiple coats by brush, roller or squeegee varying thicknesses to a variety of substrates including concrete and metal. It can be applied as a top coat employed within seamless multi-build chip/quartz seamless flooring systems. Important characteristics of PF863 are its rapid-cure capabilities, high bond strength and UV resistance.
PF863 provides optimal impact, abrasion, and chemical resistance characteristics. Suitable for high traffic applications. The material is ideal for use as a primer, intermediary
coating, or clear topcoat sealer within interior resinous flooring applications requiring minimal installation odor.
3. TECHNICAL DATA
Applicable Standards and Test Methods
ASTM D638, ASTM D522, ASTM D968
POTLIFE: 20-25 Minutes
Mixing Ratio: 1.0 Part A; 1.0 Part B by Volume
Hardness: SHORE D 60
Tensile Strength: 28 mpa
Compressive Strength: 80 mpa
Impact Resistance: PASS
Surfaces to be coated must be free of grease and any other contaminants that may impede adhesion. Always check the surface for any bond inhibitors prior to application. Any repairs must be addressed prior to application and should be repaired in accordance with ICRI standards. A moisture emission measurement system is necessary to assess the moisture drive of a concrete slab prior to installation of any toppings or coatings. The transmission rate must not exceed three pounds per 1,000 square feet per 24 hours. The relative humidity of the slab must not exceed 75% as tested per ASTM F2170 Relative Humidity in Concrete Slab test. If there is a moisture emission situation in excess of the above rate, use Moisture Vapor Barrier. The application process will depend on the system being installed.
§ Walk-on in hours, 24-hour return to service
§ Low VOC
§ Excellent abrasion, impact & wear resistance
§ UV-Resistant; retains optical clarity of clear sealer/finish
§ Low temperature cure (25°F/-4°C)
§ Excellent chemical & stain resistance
§ Resistant to hot-tire pickup
§ Micro-Media agents can be introduced as traction additives
§ Tolerant to 300°F (149°C) for random, incidental heat contact
Part A: 20kgs pail
Part B: 20kgs pail
n Shelf Life
12 months unopened. Store at 40°F to 75°F (4°-24°C) in a covered area (out of the sun). Material should be kept in a cool dry place prior to application.
PF863 is transparent clear coat reference appropriate specification for details.
PF863 may be used as a top-coat or applied direct to concrete. Concrete must be ground to an ICRI CSP-2 profile or the equivalent of 30-60-grit sandpaper. This profile is achieved with a surface grinder equipped with metal bond diamonds.
Maintaining a consistent storage temperature prior to application will maximize working time.
Mixing Part A with Part B
Mix part A and part B in equal parts (1:1) using a clean, dry working vessel. Use a paddle mixer on slow speed for 2 minutes. Avoid over-mixing or creating a vortex that would introduce air. Do not mix below the dew point, which will shorten the pot life. No induction time is required prior to use. If micro-media agents are to be incorporated, they are to be added after thoroughly mixing A and B.
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