- Chemical resistant protective layer on concrete, stone, cementitious mortars and renderings, epoxy cement, epoxy resin based products and steel
- Lining in storage tanks and silos
- Anti-corrosion coating on steel in food processing plants, sewage works, farms, agricultural enterprises, chemical and pharmaceutical facilities and beverage industry
- Solvent free
- Good mechanical and chemical resistance
- High build
- Impervious to liquids
- Easy to mix and to apply
8.70 kg can
1.3 kg can
Resin - Part A:
|Hardener - Part B:||Transparent, liquid|
Pebble grey (~ RAL 7032). Additional colour shades on request.
Under sun radiation it may come to discolouration and colour deviation; this has no influence to the function of the coating.
Conformity with LEED v2009 IEQc 4.2: Low-Emitting Materials - Paints and Coatings
APPROVALS / CERTIFICATES
Coating for concrete protection according the requirements of EN 1504-2/2004
12 month from date of production
The packaging must be stored properly in original, unopend and undamaged sealed packaging, in dry conditions at temperatures between +5 °C and +30 °C. Protected from direct sunlight.
Mixed resin ~ 1.35 kg/L
(EN ISO 2811-1)
Density values determined at +23 °C
Tensile Adhesion Strength
~1.5 N/mm2 to concrete
For further information please contact Sika Technical Service.
max. 3 days
Diffusion Resistance to Water Vapour
|µH2O ~ 100 000||(EN ISO 7783-1)|
Part A : Part B = 83 : 17 by weight
~0.1 mm per layer
(min. recommendation is two layer depend thickness required)
Ambient Air Temperature
+10 °C min. / +30 °C max.
Relative Air Humidity
< 80 %
+10 °C min. / +40 °C max.
Minimum 3 °C above dew point, beware of condensation
|+30 °C||~10 min|
Waiting Time / Overcoating
~0.15 kg/m² per layer
(min. recommendation is two layer depend consumption required)
The concrete substrate must be sound and of sufficient compressive strength (~25 N/mm2) with a minimum pull off strength of 1.0 N/mm2.
The substrate must be sound, clean, dry, free from contaminants such as dirt, grease, oil, old coatings, release agents, laitance and other adhesion preventing or influencing substances. On high absorbent, non-sound, contaminated, not cement based substrates precautions have to be taken and a suitable primer has to be used.
Concrete Substrates Concrete substrate must be prepared mechanically to achieve an open textured surface. Weak areas in the substrate must be removed and surface defects such as blowholes and voids must be fully exposed. All dust, loose and friable material must be completely removed from all surfaces before application of the product, preferably by brush and/or vacuum. Open voids and blowholes need to be closed with a suitable Sika® pore filling mortar. The roughness of the substrate needs to be levelled with a suitable Sika® rendering and levelling mortar.
Steel Surface Steel surface must be prepared mechanically using abrasive blast cleaning. The level SSPC-SP 10 “near white metal blast cleaned” or level Sa 2 ½ according to ISO EN 12944-4 has to be achieved. Welds and joints have to be prepared according to EN 14879, part 1. After blast cleaning remove all dust dirt and blasting material. In order to maintain the surface conditions after blast cleaning air-conditioning is recommended.
Prior to mixing stir part A mechanically. When all of part B has been added to part A mix continuously for 3 minutes until an uniform mixed has been achieved. Use a low speed electrical stirrer (300 - 400 rpm) to avoid air entrapment. To ensure proper mixing pour material into a clean container and stir again.
Apply by brush, short piled roller or airles spray.
CLEANING OF EQUIPMENT
Clean all tools with Thinner C immediately after use. Hardened and/or cured material can only be removed mechanically.