Floor Coating

CLEANPOXY COATING Solvent-based anti-dust epoxy flooring top coat

usage
Dust proofing flooring material for the inside of concrete surfaces (offices, plants, etc.)

The CLEANPOXY COATING is a two-component solvent-type epoxy top coat that is excellent in dust proofness, abrasion resistance, chemical resistance and adhesion to the material. It is also a widely used paint for interior finishing that requires dustproofing.

specification

Paint type
Modified epoxy / Polyamide (Two-Component)
Drying time
Drying time
Category 5℃ 20℃ 30℃
Set-to-touch 3 hours 1 hour 30 minutes
Dry-through 20 hours 8 hours 6 hours
Over-coat (Min.) 24 hours 8 hours 6 hours
Over-coat (Max.) 1 month 15 days 8 days
Pot life 12 hours 5 hours 2 hours
Thinner
DR-100, DR-100L
Specific gravity
Approx. 1.2 (Green)
Dilution ratio
▷Brush, roller coating: less than 10%
Theoretical Coverage
0.11 ㎏/㎡ (11.㎡/ℓ)
Solid volume ratio
50±3 %
Color
Green, gray, other ordered colors
Thickness of dried film
45 ㎛
Mixing ratio
Base(A)/hardener(B)=5/1 (Weight ratio)
Gloss
Glossy
Shelf life
12 months
Packaging unit
16 kg [Base(13.3 kg), Hardener(2.7 kg)]
Flash point
16℃

how to use

Surface treatment
1. Cure concrete for at least 28 days at a temperature of 21℃ and a relative humidity of 50%.
2. Completely remove the oil, moisture, sand, dust, laitance and other foreign matter from the surface and maintain surface smoothness.
Coating method
1. Reinforce cracks, crevices, and joints between walls and floors with an epoxy putty after primer.
2. Apply smoothly to the base surface using a roller, etc. after evenly mixing the main agent and hardener.
Appropriate construction specifications
▷Primer : CLEANPOXY CLEAR PRIMER, CLEANPOXY PENETRATED PRIMER DNY-200, NEW HARDENER PRIMER
▷Intermediate coating : CLEANPOXY LINING DHDC-6200(Y)(if necessary)
▷Top coat : CLEANPOXY COATING

Coating conditions
1. Atmosphere Temperature: 5~35℃, Surface Temperature: 40℃ or below, Relative Humidity: 80% or less
2. Please note that due to the nature of epoxy paint, discoloration and chalking may occur if exposed to the outdoor environment.