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POLYAC® 14
Versatile primer for POLYAC® systems
USE
APPLICATIONS- PROCESSING
Quick-curing resin for priming slightly
damaged concrete floors, floors with small
cracks, asphalt, and bituminous membranes.
• Preparing the substrate
Broadcast POLYAC® 14 can be used as a
quick primer for polyurethane and epoxy
floors.
POLYAC® 14 exhibits outstanding adhesion
to various substrates and its rapid reaction
and high reactivity allow it to be used at
temperatures below freezing point.
POLYAC 14 can be used as concrete
protection.
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Concrete must be at least 28 days old, free of curing compound, laitance, grease and oil.
Old concrete and mineral substrate must be prepared by shot blasting, sand blasting or
pickling.
The maximum moisture content must be less than 4% and the tensile strength of the substrate
at least 1.2MPa.
The optimal processing temperature varies between +5°C and +35°C. For temperatures less
than +5°C, please contact Resiplast NV.
• Mixing
Mix POLYAC® 14 thoroughly before use. Paraffin may separate during storage.
Dose a quantity of resin that can be processed within a period of 15 minutes. Add 1 to 4%
hardener powder. POLYAC® CATALYST has to be ordered separately.
Mix until the powder is completely dissolved.
CHEMICAL RESISTANCE
Polymerised POLYAC® resins have high
chemical resistance to alkalis, petroleum
derivatives, acids, salts and maintenance
products. For more information, please
contact RESIPLAST NV.
PROPERTIES
•High reactivity
•Short throughput time
•Applicable at low temperatures
•Optimal viscosity
•Wide range of applications
•Optimised polymerisation under adverse
conditions
•Apply with roller or brush
Temp.:
Grammes of POLYAC®
CATALYST per
100 grammes of
POLYAC® 14
5°C
4g
10°C
3g
20°C
2g
30°C
1g
• Application
Apply POLYAC® 14 evenly using a rubber squeegee or a short-haired paint roller.
Apply primer until the area is fully covered with a sealing coat.
A second coat of POLYAC® 14 may be required on highly porous substrates.
Do not disturb the paraffin layer that is formed during hardening.
Additional mechanical adhesion can be achieved by broadcasting quartz into the uncured
coating. (0.5kg/m²) Polyurethane and epoxy systems can only be applied to broadcast POLYAC®
14 primer.
• Subsequent processing
The cured coating can be covered with other POLYAC® systems after one hour.
As primer on contaminated substrates:
First carry out an adhesion and curing test.
After substrate preparation, take a small quantity of POLYAC® 14. Add 3% POLYAC® CATALYST . Mix
until the powder is completely dissolved. Pour a generous layer of the mixture over the surface and
allow to harden completely. Test the adhesion by separating the primer from the substrate with a
hammer and chisel. In case of a sticky or poorly adhering contact surface, continue to clean the
substrate or choose an alternative primer.
Resiplast NV/SA • Gulkenrodestraat 3 • B-2160 Wommelgem • info@resiplast.be • www.resiplast.be
Tel. +32 3 320 02 11 • Fax +32 3 322 63 80
PACKAGING
CONSUMPTION
POLYAC® 14
20kg
Metal pail
180kg
Drum
0,5kg
Plastic pail
5kg
Plastic pail
25kg
Box
To be ordered separately
TO BE PURCHASED SEPARATELY
POLYAC® CATALYST
Appearance:
Low viscosity, colourless, slightly
cloudy liquid
Odour:
Methyl methacrylate
Initiator:
POLYAC® CATALYST
BPO 50%, as a function of temperature, from 1% to 4% by weight,
calculated on percentage of POLYAC®
14
Pot life:
10 to 15min (20°C)
Cleaning of equipment:
MEK or ethyl acetate
Viscosity:
•POLYAC® CATALYST
180 - 250MPa.s
Density:
1.0g/cm³ ±0.2 (20°C)
Flash point:
10°C (MMA, DIN 51755)
Curing test:(test volume)
300g POLYAC®14 with 6g hardener
powder
120 – 145°C
POLYAC 14 + 2% POLYAC CATALYST
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Density:
0.98kg/dm³
Colour
Yellow-brown transparent
Shore D hardness
70 – 80
Store POLYAC® products in a dry, well-ventilated storage area between 5°C
and 35°C. Shelf life: 12 months.
When in doubt, contact RESIPLAST NV, stating the batch number on the
packaging. Do not discharge into groundwater/surface waters/sewers.
Dispose of contaminated packaging and residues in compliance with
applicable legal requirements.
SAFETY
(20°C Brookfield, spindle III/200 rpm)
Peak exotherm temperature:
•Cleaning solvent for tools: MEK solvent
STORAGE
TECHNICAL PROPERTIES RESIN
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Consumption: 0.35kg/m²
Consumption is higher for porous substrates.
Please read the safety data sheets carefully before using POLYAC® products. The products emit a characteristic odour during processing. Provide
adequate ventilation. Keep away from sources of ignition. No smoking. Avoid
skin contact. Eye irritation and/or hypersensitivity may occur at high vapour
concentrations, upon inhalation and/or skin contact. Do not store food or
beverages in the work area. Always wear personal protective equipment in
accordance with all applicable local regulations and legislation. Gloves and
safety goggles are mandatory.
CE CERTIFICATE
Resiplast NV, Gulkenrodestraat 3, B-2160 Wommelgem
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EN 13813
Synthetic resin based coating for use in buildings.
Reaction to fire
Efl
Release of corrosive substances
SR
Water permeability
NPD
Wear resistance (Taber)
<20mg
(CS10-1,000 cycles-1kg)
Adhesive pull strength
B 1.5
Impact resistance (DIN EN ISO 6272)
>8Nm
Sound insulation
NPD
Sound absorption
NPD
Thermal insulation
NPD
Resistance to chemicals
NPD
This information is provided in good faith, but without guarantee. The application, use and processing
of the products are beyond our control and therefore entirely your responsibility. Should Resiplast
N.V. nevertheless be held liable for any damage, such liability will be limited to the value of the goods
delivered by us. We are committed to providing high-quality goods at all times.
This version supersedes all previous versions. Version: 1.3 Date: 16 November 2017 9:40 AM
Resiplast NV/SA • Gulkenrodestraat 3 • B-2160 Wommelgem • info@resiplast.be • www.resiplast.be
Tel. +32 3 320 02 11 • Fax +32 3 322 63 80