New Conductive Epoxy Primer

September 15, 2016

Epoxy.com is proud to announce Product #659. This is a  conductive primer that makes our existing conductive epoxy topcoat products even better.  Here is summary of the material:


CONDUCTIVE EPOXY PRIMER

Epoxy.com Product #659


DESCRIPTION

Product #659 Conductive Epoxy Primer is a water-based, two component, carbon filled conductive epoxy primer designed for use with various Epoxy.com Conductive Systems.Product #659  has very low odor making it suitable for use in occupied buildings.

ADVANTAGES

  • For Use with Various Epoxy.com Conductive Systems
  • Maintains Electrical Conductivity Performance over the Wear Life of the System
  • Fast Dry Time
  • Low Odor During Application and Cure
  • VOC Compliant in all 50 US States, Meets USGBC LEED Requirements

CONSIDERATIONS

  • Substrate must be above 50°F and relative humidity below 85% for proper curing.
  • Substrate must be properly prepared following Epoxy.com recommendations and free of dirt, waxes, curing agents and other foreign materials
  • Excessive moisture in the substrate will require a moisture vapor control treatment like Product #830
  • Concrete substrate must be insulated with a non-conductive
    epoxy primer/base coat like Product #12 Chemical Resistant Epoxy Primer or Product #899 Epoxy Primer  prior to application of Product #659 Conductive Epoxy Primer. Consult with Epoxy.com Technical Department for recommendations.
  • Must be top coated with a conductive top coating like Product #1ESD, or Product #630 Conductive.

APPLICATION

SURFACE PREPARATION

Surface Preparation is the most critical portion of any successful resinous flooring system application. All substrates must be properly prepared and tested for moisture as outlined in installation procedures or as recommended by Epoxy.com.

BATCHING, MIXING & INSTALLATION

 

Product #659 Conductive Epoxy Primer:
PART A 1 quart to
PART B 3 quarts to
Clean Water 8 volume ounces (6% by volume of water)
Total 4.125 quarts

Coverage (250 square feet/gal.) 265.6 square feet per batch

Pre-mix Product #659 Conductive Epoxy Primer  part B prior to combining with part A. Mix 1 part A with 3 parts B for 2-3 minutes with a low-speed jiffy mixer, scraping sides and bottom of mix vessel. Continue mixing and add 6% by volume clean potable water and continue mixing for 1 additional minute.

Immediately spread and back roll mixed Product #659 Conductive Epoxy Primer at a rate of 250 ft2 per gallon with a short nap roller over previously applied non-conductive epoxy primer/base coat.Care should be taken to avoid puddles. Allow to cure minimum 12 hours (at 75°F) to maximum 24 hours before coating with specified topcoat.

Important: Test Product #659 Conductive Epoxy Primer with ohm meter prior to top coating to confirm acceptable level of conductivity is achieved. If test readings are higher than 25,000 ohms, contact Epoxy.com Technical Support Department for further instructions before installing specified topcoat.

Top Coat with a conductive top coating like Product #1ESD, or Product #630 Conductive.

CLEAN-UP

Clean skin with soap and water. Tools and equipment should be cleaned with warm soapy water, xylene or lacquer thinner. Consult Material Safety Data for safety and health precautions.

COMPOSITION

Waterborne Epoxy Resin and Conductive Filler. Color: Black.

COVERAGE

Product #659 Conductive Epoxy Primer applied at 250 ft2 per gallon yields 2.7 mils dry film thickness.

TECHNICAL DATA (@ 75°F, 50% RH)

Viscosity 500-1000 CPS
Mixing Ratio 1 Part A to 3 Parts B by Volume
Solids Content, by volume 45%, thinned
Volatile Organic Content (VOC) <10 g/L
Bond Strength to Concrete 300-400+ psi (100% concrete failure)
Shelf Life 6 months when properly stored

CURE/DRY TIME (@ 75°F, 50% RH)

Pot Life 20-30 minutes
Dry to Touch 6-8 hours
Recoat (Refer to testing requirements) 12-24 hours
 Light Traffic 24 hours

For more information, visit us on line at Epoxy.com, email me at norm@epoxy.com or call Epoxy.com Technical Support at 352-533-2167.

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Seamless Epoxy Flooring Systems Explained

August 25, 2014

Epoxy.com offers many different types of seamless flooring. We offer so many kinds that sometimes it confuses people. The purpose of this article is to explain the differences, and to help you choose the right epoxy seamless flooring system for your application. In some cases the right seamless flooring system will not even be an epoxy. It may be polyurethane or Methyl Methacrylate (MMA).

Epoxy.com Epoxy Chip Flooring in VT rest area.

Epoxy.com Epoxy Chip Flooring on a VT Interstate Rest Area – Taken over 15 years after installation.


Epoxy Floor Coatings

Epoxy coatings can be effective flooring systems. Using Epoxy as a flooring system you need a 100% solids, zero voc, hard durable coating. You also want a coating that is available in multiple colors. These floor coatings can last for decades, so you want to pick a color that you like. Properly installed you will be looking at this floor coating for a very long time. This kind of flooring system is available in the following options:

  1. Epoxy.com Product #1 – www.epoxy.com/1.htm – meets all the criteria above. It has good chemical resistance, and excellent cost to benefit ratio. Great for warehouses, in areas with high traffic and only modest chemical exposure.
  2. Epoxy.com Product #1ESD – www.epoxy.com/1esd.aspx. This is the same as product #1 above but has conductive filler in it. Depending on the primer you use under this system it can be conductive (100,000 – 1,000,000) ohms of resistance or Electro-Static Dissipative (ESD) which is 1,000,000 to 1, 000,000,000 ohms. Used in plants that produce explosive materials like ammunition, fireworks, flairs, or explosive solvents, and used in areas of sensitive electronics, like computer server buildings, avionics, electronics assembly and electronic production areas.
  3. Epoxy.com Product #2 – www.epoxy.com/2.aspx. This is similar to product #1 but with a much higher chemical resistance. This major increase in chemical resistance is offset by only a small increase in the cost of the #2 over the Product #1. The product #2 is well suited for applications like garages, machine shops, sewer tank floors, battery rooms, cooling towers, grooming shops, dog kennels and all areas where an economical chemical resistant coating is required.
  4. Epoxy.com Product #633 – www.epoxy.com/633.aspx – is a highly chemically resistant epoxy floor coating and flooring system. Like Product #1 and Product #2 is extremely durable. Product #633 is typically used in areas where containment of aggressive chemical is imperative. For example Product #633 will hold up to continuous exposure of 98% Sulfuric acid for a period of at least 6 months without loss of structural integrity. Great for secondary containment for a large number of chemicals.

     

All the systems above can go over many different types of substrates with the proper surface preparation. All of the products above are available in 17 colors and can be color matched for an additional cost. The systems above can be combined with various anti-skid materials or broadcast with silica broadcast aggregate to produce a thicker floor

 

Chip Floor

Epoxy.com Chip Flooring – www.epoxy.com/chips.aspx – is the perfect blend of economy, durability, low maintenance, and gorgeous appearance. It uses a 100% solids pigmented epoxy base coat, a full broadcast of plastic chips, and two coats of chemical resistant clear glaze. The chemical resistant glaze also makes this easily the most non-yellow epoxy top coat available today. This easy to clean chip flooring system is best for high traffic areas where appearance, durability and low cost of ownership is a must. Great for commercial and residential kitchens, bathrooms, showers, grooming shops, kennels, veterinary clinics, garage floors, show rooms, rest areas, and much more. This product can be installed with an integral cove base. Epoxy.com Chip Flooring can be installed by a contractor but easy enough to be installed by a home owner. Epoxy.com Chip Flooring can be installed in a residence but is rugged enough to be used in the most demanding commercial applications.

Quartz Flooring

Quartz Flooring Product #15 – www.epoxy.com/15.aspx has a long history of being durable, attractive and non-yellowing. I personally installed this product on high school bathroom floors in the mid 70s. These floors have held up to the test of time with little or no wear, little or no loss of shine and little to no yellowing even under the urinals. This is also available with an integral cove base

Solid Colored Flooring

These solid colored floors are based around self leveling, trowelable or double broadcast application techniques. These floors are sometimes called shop floor. They are made to be thick and extra durable under extremely harsh environments. They can be top coated with any of the systems above under coatings. This kind of flooring is available in 3 speeds of cure: normal, fast, and cold cure. Solid colored flooring is also available with an integral cove base.

Methyl Methacrylate (MMA) Flooring

The big advantage of MMA is speed of curing. Each coat of MMA will cure hard to the touch in 1-2 hours. This allows the next layer to be applied quickly and traffic to be returned to it quickly. You can even build a fast setting integral cove out of MMA resin.

I personally installed MMA on one kitchen floor with a very tight schedule. The restaurant was only closed for breakfast. The project started with rotten plywood floors. At 10 PM the carpenters came in to work. They removed rotten floor and floor joists. They replaced the floor joists and the plywood. At 5 AM I went in with my crew and we primed the floor and sealed up the joints in the wood and the screw holes. At 6:30 AM we laid the floor. At 8 we put a glaze coating on the floor and by 10:30 the restaurant workers were on the floor prepping for lunch. The floor installation from start to traffic took just 5.5 hours.

Polyurethane Decking Systems

Polyurethane Decking – http://www.epoxy.com/elastomeric.aspx – is the system best used in areas where maximum flexibility is necessary. This is typically outdoors, waterproof applications like balconies.

Specialized Flooring

We have a number of systems that are specialized flooring like conductive and ESD (Electrostatic Dissipative) flooring – www.epoxy.com/conductive.aspx – and various hybrid systems. If your project does not seem to fit in the categories above email me at norm@epoxy.com or call us at 352-533-2167.

 

In conclusion we offer many types of seamless flooring systems, they can be used for commercial and residential applications. These systems are durable, economical, and easy to install even by homeowners. These seamless flooring systems may be made out of epoxy, polyurethane, or methyl Methacrylate (MMA). Seamless flooring systems are available in multicolored or solid colored. They range in chemical resistance from very good to resistant to aggressive chemicals. When in doubt what is right for your project send me an email at norm@epoxy.com or give me a call at 352-533-2167.


Epoxy Coating and Flooring Installation Job Supplies

November 20, 2012

Here is a suggested list of the materials that you will need for most typical epoxy coating systems.  This list is also useful for installing roller applied coating systems like Epoxy.com Chip Flooring.

  • 1 roller pan
  • 6 inserts for roller pan
  • 15 stir sticks
  • 12 (5 QT) plastic pails
  • 3 (5 G) plastic pails
  • Roll of Duct Tape
  • 5 heavy duty 9″ roller frames
  • 6 (3/8″ nap) roller covers *be sure the roller nap doesnot fall apart in hands*
  • Roller handle extension poll
  • 4 Hard Plastic Body Filler type Squeegees
  • Paper 6oz Dixie cups
  • 2 (2 blade) mixing paddles – should be at least 5 inches in diameter and capable of being used in a heavy duty drill
  • Heavy Duty Drill for mixing paddles above
  • 6 (2″) paint brushes  *check bristles to be certain they CAN NOT be pulled out*
  • Latex (or non latex) rubber gloves
  • Vacuum (Shop Vacuum Quality)
  • Stiff Bristled Broom *check to make sure bristles do not fall out*
  • Chalk line or laser to set lines that need to be masked
  • Roll of plastic to keep buckets on to avoid drips onto floor
  • Go Jo Hand cleaner or fast orange for hands and skin

*Note – Epoxy does NOT come out of fabrics*

For more information visit www.epoxy.com.


Epoxy.com Epoxy Material Calculators

June 20, 2012

Epoxy.com calculators are designed for busy professional estimators who wants to quickly and accurately calculate the amount of epoxy or epoxy like material for their job.

Epoxy Coating Spread Rate Calculator shows how much 100% solids epoxy coating  you will need for your installation.

Epoxy Dowel  Bar and Anchor Bolt Adhesive Calculator shows the amount of epoxy adhesive you will need to install dowel bars into concrete or wood.

Epoxy Stone Overlay Calculator figures the amount of epoxy adhesive resin your will need to do an epoxy stone overlay.

Epoxy Table Top Resin Calculator  figures the amount of epoxy table top resin you will need to do a table or bar top.

Epoxy Tile Grout Calculator is used to calculate the amount of epoxy tile grout that you need for a specific tile size and joint spacing.

Electrical Epoxy Calculator is used to calculate the amount of epoxy you will need to encapsulate electrical components.

Epoxy.com Conductive Flooring Calculator figures how much material you will need to install a conductive epoxy flooring system.

Is there another Epoxy.com product calculator that you would like to have here, send your suggestions to Norm Lambert – Epoxy.com Technical Director at norm@epoxy.com.


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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Epoxy.com Product #1 – ESD

October 22, 2010

Epoxy.com Product #1 – ESD

Electro Static Dissipative Epoxy Coating

Ultra High Solids Epoxy Coating


Description

Epoxy.com Product #1 – ESD (Electrostatic Dissipative) Epoxy Coating for ESD Flooring is an ultra high solids bis-A epoxy floor coating designed to provide
electrostatic control properties to various surfaces including concrete or other nonconductive substrates. The use of a conductive primer will transmit conductive readings through
Epoxy.com Product #1 – ESD (Electrostatic Dissipative) Epoxy Coating for ESD Flooring if applied no thicker than 15 mils.

Epoxy.com Product #1 – ESD (Electrostatic Dissipative) Epoxy Coating for ESD Flooring provides excellent bond to concrete as well as high impact and wear.

Advantage

  • Easy Application
  • Dissipates a 5000 volt Charge to Zero in less than 0.1 Seconds @72°F
    and 12%RH.
  • Available in Static Dissipative Range of 1,000,000 to 1,000,000,000 ohms
    per EOS/ESD Standards.
  • Consistent Electrical Resistance Ratings When Tested at 10-500 Volts.
  • High Gloss
  • Good Abrasion Resistance.
  • Easy to Clean..

Considerations

Composition

Ultra High Solids Bis-A Epoxy Resin and Conductive Fillers.


Epoxy.com Epoxy Color Chart Here

Color Selection

Epoxy.com Product #1 – ESD (Electrostatic Dissipative) Epoxy Coating for ESD Flooring is available in Epoxy.com Colors listed to the right. Custom colors available as approved.

Application

Surface Preparation

Surface preparation is considered to be the most important step of any
resinous flooring application. Improper surface preparation could turn what
seems to be a simple process into a lengthy, difficult repair. See Epoxy.com
Surface Preparation Guide
for proper surface preparation
procedures.  When in doubt you should always contact Epoxy.com Technical
Support with your questions.

Installation

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Prime concrete surfaces with Epoxy.com Product #899 at
a rate of 250-300 SF per gallon and allow to dry to the touch.

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Epoxy.com Product #1 – ESD (Electrostatic Dissipative) Epoxy Coating for ESD Flooring is normally spread with a
trowel or squeegee and back-rolled with a 3/8� medium nap roller. Care should be taken to minimize the entrapment of air caused by
over rolling.

Clean Up

Clean skin with soap and water. Tools and equipment should be cleaned with xylene or lacquer thinner.

Coverage

Epoxy.com Product #1 – ESD (Electrostatic Dissipative) Epoxy Coating for ESD Flooring will yield 12-15 mils
when spread at 100-130 sq ft/gal. 15 mils is considered the maximum thickness.

Maintenance

After completing the application of Epoxy.com Product 100MR 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.

Availability

Contact Epoxy.com Customer Service Department.

Physical Data

Flammability ASTM D-635 Self Extinguishing
Fungus & Bacteria Growth Mil-F 52505�4.4.2.11 Will not support growth of fungus or bacteria

when subjected to mildew

Hardness ASTM D-2240 70-80 Shore D
Bond Strength to Concrete ASTM D-4541 Greater than 300psi (100% concrete failure)
Water Absorption ASTM D-570 Nil
Thermal Shock Resistance ASTM C-884 Passes
Abrasion Resistance ASTM D-6040 75-100mgs
Impact Resistance ASTM D-2794 100 in-lbs direct

Technical Data

Pot Life 35-40 Min. (@73°F)
Foot Traffic 14-16 hours (@73°F )
Complete Cure 5 days (@73°F.)
VOC Content Less than 50gm/l
Weight per Gallon 10.5-11 lbs per gal.
Glass, 60° Greater than 80

Technical Service

Contact Epoxy.com Technical Support Department

For more information Contact:

Norm Lambert
President &
Director of Technical Support
Epoxy Systems, Inc
Available by Phone M-F 9AM-4PM Eastern Time (6 AM – 1 PM Pacific Time)
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New Epoxy.com Electro Static Dissipative Epoxy

September 1, 2010

Epoxy.com announces a new ESD Epoxy Product

New Epoxy Electrostic Dissipative (ESD) Epoxy Coating

Less Expensive, Easier to Use, More Durable


Epoxy.com Product #677

Electro Static Dissipative (ESD) /CONDUCTIVE COATING


DESCRIPTION

Epoxy.com Product #677 is a pigmented, water-based epoxy coating designed to achieve either an electro-static dissipative (ESD) finish or conductive finish by
modifying the underlying system components and thickness. Epoxy.com Product #677 has very low odor making it suitable for use in occupied
buildings and has high bond strength and adhesion to concrete and other surfaces.

ADVANTAGES

  • Durable, Attractive, Chemical Resistant, Non-Porous, Light Reflective Finish.
  • Low Odor during application and cure.
  • Maintains Electrical Conductivity Performance over the Wear Life of the System
  • Fast Dry and Re-coat Time.
  • Easy Clean-up.
  • Provides an ESD finish in the range of 1,000,000 to 1,000,000,000 ohms resistance when used over a non-conductive
    primer/basecoat or a conductive finish in the range of 25,000 to 1,000,000 ohms resistance when used over a conductive primer/basecoat.

CONSIDERATIONS

  • Substrate must be above 50°F and relative humidity below 85% for proper curing.
  • Substrate must be free of dirt, waxes, curing agents and other foreign materials.
  • Excessive moisture in the substrate will require a moisture vapor control treatment.

TYPICAL USES

Concrete floors and walls in electronic component assembly areas, data processing, military/aerospace, pharmaceutical plants,
hazardous industries (dust or explosion hazards). For use in any areas where the build-up of static electricity is a concern or a spark-proof floor is required.

APPLICATION

SURFACE PREPARATION

Surface Preparation is the most critical portion of any successful resinous flooring system application. All
substrates must be properly prepared and tested for moisture as outlined in Epoxy.com
Surface Preparation Guidelines.

INSTALLATION

Mix Part B of Epoxy.com Product #677 prior to combining. Mix 1 part Part A with 2 parts Part B. Epoxy.com Product #677 at a rate of 200 ft2
per gallon per coat with a short nap roller. Care should be taken to avoid
puddles. Two coats are necessary to insure uniform coverage.

Epoxy.com Product #677 Thin-Film ESD Epoxy Coating System 12-15 Mils(1,000,000-1,000,000,000 ohms)

Material Qty./ 1000 SF Coverage
1. Epoxy.com Product #899 Epoxy Primer 4-5 gallons 200-250 SF /gallon
2. Epoxy.com Product #677 ESD/Conductive Epoxy Coating 5 gallons 200 SF /gallon
3. Epoxy.com Product #677 ESD/Conductive Epoxy Coating 5 gallons 200 SF /gallon

CLEAN-UP

Clean skin with soap and water. Tools and equipment should be cleaned with warm soapy water, xylene or lacquer thinner. Consult Material Safety Data for safety and health precautions.

COMPOSITION

Waterborne Epoxy Resin and Conductive Fillers

COVERAGE

Epoxy.com Product #677, when applied at 200 SF per gallon, yields 5.2 �to 6.0 mils dry film thickness.

TECHNICAL DATA

Viscosity @ 75°F 600-1000 CPS
Mixing Ratio 1 Part A to 2 Parts B by Volume
Solids Content, by volume 50-55%
Volatile Organic Content (VOC) <20 gm/L
Bond Strength to Concrete 400-500 psi (100% concretefailure
Weight per Gallon, mixed 8.75-9.00 pounds per gallon, mixed

CURE/DRY TIME

Pot Life 20-30 min.
Dry to touch 6 hours @ 75°F
Recoat 8-24 hours @ 75°F
Light Traffic 24 hours @ 75°F
�H� Hardness 2 days
�5-H� Hardness 30 days

AVAILABILITY

Contact Epoxy.com Customer Service Department at 321-206-1833

Maintenance

Remove animal fats, oil, grease or soap film promptly to reduce slipperiness. Epoxy.com Product #677 can be cleaned with neutral soaps and detergents.
If long periods of heavy traffic cause wear patterns reapply as need.
Anti-skid materials will reduce the effectiveness of the static dissipative
properties of this material.  Do not use aggressive anti-skids. It is
impossible to get an accurate reading of the conductivity of the floor if
anti-skids are used.

Technical Services

Contact Epoxy.com Technical Support with your questions about this
product at 352-533-2167. Epoxy.com Technical Support Department can help you
with the selection, specification, installation, and maintenance of
Epoxy.com products, or visit http://www.epoxysystems.com.

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

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