Moisture Tolerant Epoxy

October 23, 2017

Moisture Tolerant

Epoxy Primer

and Base Coat

Epoxy.com Product #100

Can be Used as a Primer Over Concrete as New as 5 Days


Epoxy.com Product #100 Moisture Tolerant Primer and Base Coat consists of a unique water based epoxy technology which allows the contractor to install epoxy resin floor systems and other moisture sensitive floor coverings on new concrete (5 days old) without fear of moisture entrapment. Epoxy.com Product 100 Moisture Tolerant Primer and Base Coat is applied in a two coat application. Epoxy.com Product 100 Moisture Tolerant Primer and Base Coat is the primer/basecoat used in various Epoxy.com Products

Epoxy.com Product #100 Moisture Tolerant Primer and Base Coat is a unique two-component, moisture tolerant, extremely high density, chemically enhanced epoxy based product which reduces the passage of water vapor and moisture through slabs on, above or below grade, thus eliminating delamination and blistering of adhesives, floor coverings, resin floor systems, epoxy terrazzo and coatings.

Epoxy.com Product #100 Moisture Tolerant Primer and Base Coat controls water vapor transmission levels for the installation of most floor covering systems, including VCT, sheet vinyl, carpets, wood, laminates, epoxy resin flooring and epoxy terrazzo.

Advantages

  • Vapor and water barrier.
  • Can be placed on new concrete in as little as 5 days.
  • Water based – low VOC.
  • Highly moisture tolerant
  • Barrier against radon and other gasses
  • Compatible with most flooring systems – conventional, and seamless epoxy flooring systems.
  • Does not support the growth of mold.
  • Easy to install with little down time.

Considerations

  • Substrate must be at least 50° F during installation and curing
  • Substrate must be free of dirt, sealers, waxes, and other foreign materials that would interfere with proper bonding.
  • Must be installed a minimum of 1/8 for use with moisture sensitive floor coverings.

 

Application

Surface preparation

Surface preparation is the most critical portion of any successful resinous flooring system application. All substrates must be properly prepared as outlined in Epoxy.com Surface Preparation Procedures. Epoxy.com Technical Support Department is pleased to answer any questions.

Mixing

Epoxy.com Product #100 Moisture Tolerant Primer and Base Coat is a two-component material. Do not alter mixing ratios in any way. Part I and Part II are supplied in the correct mixing ratios. Always mix a complete unit in the proportions supplied.

Stir material for approximately 3-4 minutes to form a homogeneous consistency using a slow speed drill and “Jiffy” blade. Do not entrap excessive air. Scrape all sides and bottom of container to ensure thorough mixing.

Priming

Prime using Epoxy.com Product #100 Moisture Tolerant Primer and Base Coat thinned 10% with one (1) pint of potable water per 1.25 gallon unit for good
penetration. Apply with a squeegee and short nap roller to the properly prepared substrate. Back roll with the short nap roller to achieve a uniform coverage. Allow to cure hard enough for foot traffic, about 3-4 hours at 75 degrees F.

Body Coat

Apply one (1) Part of Epoxy.com Product #100 Moisture Tolerant Primer and Base Coat to 4 parts of B. Thoroughly mix with a low speed drill and Jiffy blade until uniform. Mix with low speed drill until uniform and no lumps. Apply with trowel, or squeegee. Allow to self-level and backroll with a looped roller. A 1.25 gallon unit will
cover 30 sq. ft. @ 1/16″.

Broadcast surface with broadcast sand to excess (30-50 lbs./100 sq. ft.) with Epoxy.com Product #77 to achieve 1/8 inch. Sweep and vacuum excess or loose sand after hardening (16-24 hours, depending on temperature).

Top Coatings and Overlays

Apply top coatings or resin floor system directly over broadcast surface. Prime surface with appropriate Epoxy.com primer as required. For vinyl flooring and other floor coverings consult with manufacturer of floor covering.

Physical Properties

Material 2-component epoxy
Density 12.70 lbs/gallon
VOC Content, Mixed < 1 g/L
Solids by Volume 59%
Flash Point: Part A

Part B

>212°F

170 °F

Mixing Ratio 1:4 by Vol.
Pot Life, Approximate 60 minutes @ 75°F (24°C)
Open to Foot Traffic After 16 hrs. at 73°F (23°C)
Curing Temperature Minimum 50°F
Full Cure and Maximum Resistance 7 days
Hardness, Shore D ASTM-D-2240 70-75
Compressive Strength  ASTM-C- 579 6500 psi
Flexural Strength ASTM-C-580 2100 psi
Adhesion To:

-New concrete (5 days)

-Moist concrete (28 days)

-Dry concrete (28 days)

 

110 psi

550 psi

580 psi

Temperature Resistance:

a)Continuous:

-Dry heat

-Humid

b)Intermittent:

-High pressure water

-Dry heat

140°F (60°C)

113°F (45°C)

185°F (85°C)

149-185°F (65-85°C)

Maintenance

After completing the application of Epoxy.com Product #100 Moisture Tolerant Primer and Base Coat and the topcoats or floor covering system, the installer should provide the owner with maintenance instructions relevant to the specific topcoats or floor covering. If floors become slippery due to animal fats, oil, grease, or soap film, clean and rinse thoroughly.

More Information

For more information please visit our website at http://www.Epoxy.com, email me at norm@epoxy.com or call Epoxy.com Technical Support Department at 352-533-2167.


Epoxy.com Catalog of Products

November 28, 2010

Epoxy.com Product Catalog

Here is a list of the current Epoxy.com Products.  In addition to the products below, we also have products which we can “custom” make to your specifications. This page is the most  frequently updated on our website.  So please check this page often, to see our latest product additions.

Injection and Binary Delivery Systems

  • Injection Machines
  • Manual Injection Pump
  • Injection Ports
  • Binary Tubes 75 ML
  • Binary Tubes 150 ML
  • Binary Tubes 300 ML
  • Static Mixing Tubes for Binary Tubes
  • Manual Gun for Binary Tubes
  • Pneumatic Gun

Misc. Products

  • Fiberglass Tape 4 and 6 inch wide
  • Fiberglass Woven For Reinforcement
  • Gage Rake for overlays
  • Mixing Paddles – drill mixers, Speedy mixers, Mud and Resin Mixers, and Cast head mixers
  • Spiked Rollers- for overlays
  • Spinney Rollers – for overlays
  • Shed Resistant Roller Covers
  • Professional Rollers Covers
  • Jumbo  2 1/4 Diameter Core Roller Covers
  • Perforated Core Roller Covers
  • Roller Handles
  • Floor Squeegees
  • Serrated Edge Floor Squeegees
  • Wood Back Squeegees
  • Mini Roller Covers and Frames
  • Rubber Gloves
  • Paint Brushes
  • Bondable PTFE Cut to Order
  • Graffiti Cleaner
  • and more …

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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.

For more information please contact:

Epoxy.com
A Division of Epoxy Systems, Inc
20774 W. Pennsylvania Ave.
Dunnellon, Florida 34431
Over 350 products,
Since 1980
Florida & Vermont
USA
Office Hours: 9AM-4PM Eastern Time (6AM-1PM Pacific Time).
Closed 12Noon-1PM Eastern Time for Lunch

321-206-1833   Customer Service – Ordering and Order Status
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sales@epoxy.com

714-657-3826  Technical Support
352-533-2167  Norm Lambert, President – Technical Support Director 
info@epoxy.com

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Epoxy.com Epoxy Tile Grout and Epoxy Tile Adhesive Questions

August 13, 2010


Below are some of the questions that have been emailed to Norm Lambert at
norm@epoxy.com and some of his answers.
Have a question for Epoxy.com?  If so, please email Epoxy.com Technical Support.

Can Epoxy.com Epoxy Tile Grout and Epoxy Tile Adhesive be added to
conventional grout?

Q: “Can I add Epoxy.com Tile Grout and Tile Adhesive
to my own tile grout?”

Norm Lambert: No, sorry! 
Epoxy.com Product #225  is Water
Cleanable Tile Grout and Tile Adhesive is water cleanable not water based. 
Epoxy.com Product #225 is 100% solids epoxy that
is mixed with select strong dry fillers to give you a true 100% solids epoxy
grout.  Epoxy.com Product #225 contains no
Portland Cement.  Epoxy.com Product #225 is
waterproof and highly stain and chemical resistant.
Epoxy.com Product #225
  will not support mold and mildew growth.
Bottom line is that Epoxy.com Product #225 is as
easy to maintain (perhaps even easier) as the tile you are grouting and/or
bonding with it. Epoxy.com Product #225 comes in
regular grade as well as wall grade.

Norm Lambert
President & Director of Technical Support
Epoxy Systems, Inc
Florida & Vermont USA
Available by Phone M-F 9AM-4PM Eastern Time (6 AM – 1 PM Pacific
Time)
352-533-2167 (Voice)
352-465-3497 (fax)

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Listing of Epoxy.com Epoxy Calculators

July 30, 2010

List of Epoxy.com Calculators

A current listing of Epoxy.com Material Calculators to date. Include Calculators for Epoxy.com Coatings, Epoxy.com Cove Base, Epoxy.com Dowel Bar Adhesives, Epoxy.com Stone Overlay Adhesive, Epoxy.com Table top Resin, Epoxy.com Tile Grout, Epoxy.com Table Top and Casting Resin, and Epoxy.com Electrical Potting and Casting Resin.


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