Rust-Oleum EpoxyShield 238468, 238467, 238466 User manual

Rust-Oleum EpoxyShield 238468, 238467, 238466 User manual
TECHNICAL DATA
ESH-06
EPOXYSHIELD®
SOLVENT-BASED PROFESSIONAL
FLOOR COATING
.DESCRIPTION AND USES
.
.PRODUCT APPLICATION
EPOXYShield® Solvent-based Epoxy Professional Floor
Coating is a two component, high solids, epoxy coating
designed for high traffic areas on concrete floors in mild to
moderate environments. It can be used on primed steel
decking or previously coated floors which are in good
sound condition. It is not intended for use on unsound
previous coatings or floors that have a moisture problem.
PRODUCTS
203373
238466
238467
238468
SURFACE PREPARATION
Allow new concrete to cure for a minimum of 28 days.
Remove any oil spots, grease or spills and wash the floor
with a suitable detergent or degreasing solution and rinse.
The concrete must be free of curing agents or sealers.
Etch the floor with Concrete Etch. Test for a sealer by
lightly sprinkling water on the surface of the concrete. If
the water droplets bead up rather than soak into the
concrete, then there is some type of sealer present. The
sealer will have to be removed by alternate method of
surface preparation, such as sanding or grinding.
.
Silver Gray Semi-Gloss
Dunes Tan Semi-Gloss
Dark Gray Semi-Gloss
Tile Red Semi-Gloss
APPEARANCE
PREVIOUSLY COATED FLOORS: Make sure the floor is
clean and dry. Use a wire brush to remove any loose or
peeling paint or stain. If floor is sealed, the sealer will have
to be removed by sanding or grinding. To ensure proper
adhesion, scuff sand the entire surface.
.
Semi-gloss finish. Solid base color with a color fleck
finish.
PACKAGING
.
WARNING! If you scrape, sand or remove old paint, you
may release lead dust. LEAD IS TOXIC. EXPOSURE TO
LEAD DUST CAN CAUSE SERIOUS ILLNESS SUCH AS
BRAIN DAMAGE, ESPECIALLY IN CHILDREN.
PREGNANT WOMEN SHOULD ALSO AVOID
EXPOSURE. Wear a NIOSH-approved respirator to
control lead exposure. Clean up carefully with a HEPA
vacuum and a wet mop. Before you start, find out how to
protect yourself and your family by contacting the National
Lead Information Hotline at 1-800-424-LEAD or log on to
www.epa.gov/lead.
.
Professional Floor Coating is available as a 2-gallon kit
1-gallon Part B: Base – 128 fluid ounces (3.785 liters)
1-gallon Part A: Activator – 128 fluid ounces (3.785 liters)
1-bag Decorative chips
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Form: CS2634
Rev.: 030714
TECHNICAL DATA
EPOXYSHIELD® SOLVENT-BASED PROFESSIONAL FLOOR COATING
.PRODUCT APPLICATION (cont.)
.
.
MIXING
If temp is 55-70°F (13-21°C)
Premix both components (Parts A and B) thoroughly to
ensure any settled pigment is re-dispersed. Pour the entire
contents of Part B Base into a clean 5-gallon pail. Then
pour the entire contents of Part A activator into the pail. It
is critical to add all of Part A to Part B and mix for 2-5
minutes. Power mixing is preferred. Do not mix the color
chips in with the coating. Allow the coating to stand for 30
minutes before using at temperatures of 55-70°F (1321°C) or 20 minutes if the temperatures are between 7180°F (22-27°C). Mix again just prior to application. The
activated coating must be used within 2 hours after mixing
based on temperature.
Start rolling:
30 minutes after mixing
Use all mixed product within
(pot life):
120 minutes after
mixing
If temp is 71–80˚F (22–27˚C)
Start rolling
20 minutes after mixing
Use all mixed product within
(pot life):
90 minutes after mixing
APPLICATION
All pilot lights or open flames in the area must be
extinguished due to the flammability of the solvents in the
coating. Pilot lights or open flames must remain
extinguished for a minimum of 24 hours following
application of the EPOXYShield® Professional Floor
Coating. Apply only when air, material, and surface
temperatures are between 55-90°F (13-32°C) and the
surface temperature is at least 5°F (3°C) above the dew
point. The relative humidity should not be greater than
85%. Pour a portion of the admixed material into a lined
paint pan. Immediately begin to cut in the perimeter of the
floor along the wall, or other areas where a roller cannot
reach, using a brush or edger before beginning roller
application. Use a synthetic 3/8" nap roller cover on a 9"
roller frame to apply an even coat of EPOXYShield ®
Professional Floor Coating onto the surface. Limit the
application to 4x4 foot (1.2x1.2m) sections at a time to
make it easier to distribute the colored chips onto the
freshly coated surface. Scatter the decorative chips up
and away from you so they land flat on the wet paint film.
Then continue on to the next section. Note: Fresh paint
can be applied over the loose chips that lay outside the
previously painted area. Maintain a wet edge to prevent
lap marks and gloss variations. Make all final passes in
the same direction to ensure uniform appearance. Use
bright lighting to ensure proper coverage. If using the antislip additive, continue to stir the admixed material
periodically to ensure additive does not settle in the pan.
Only one coat is necessary under most circumstances.
EPOXYShield® Professional Floor Coating must be used
within 2 to 5 hours following initial mixing depending on
temperature and size of the mixture.
If temp is 81–90˚F (27–32˚C)
Start rolling
10 minutes after mixing
Use all mixed product within
(pot life):
60 minutes after mixing
CLEAN-UP
When finished, wash tools and equipment with xylene.
Clean up drips or spatters IMMEDIATELY with xylene as
dried paint is very difficult to remove. Properly dispose of
all soiled rags
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Form: CS2096
Rev.: 030714
TECHNICAL DATA
EPOXYSHIELD® SOLVENT-BASED PROFESSIONAL FLOOR COATING
.PHYSICAL PROPERTIES
.
SOLVENT-BASED PROFESSIONALFLOOR COATING
Resin Type
Amine cured epoxy
Pigment Type
Varies with color
Solvents
Weight*
N-Butanol, Methyl Isobutyl Ketone, Xylene
Per Gallon
12.1-12.4 lbs.
Per Liter
Solids*
1.4-1.5 kg
By Weight
82.5-84.7%
By Volume
69.1-72.1%
Volatile Organic Compounds*
<250 g/l (2.08 lbs./gal.)
Mixing Ratio
1:1 Base to Activator (by volume)
Recommended Dry Film
Thickness (DFT) per Coat
3.5-5.0 mils (87.5-125µ)
Wet Film to Achieve DFT (Unthinned
material)
5.0-7.0 mils (125-175µ)
Theoretical Coverage at
1 mil DFT (25µ)
1,108-1,156 sq.ft./gal.
(27.2-28.4 m2/l)
Practical Coverage at Recommended
DFT (assume 15% material loss)
150-200 sq.ft./gal.
(3.7-4.9 m2/l)
Induction Period
30 minutes @ 70-85°F (21-30°C)
60 minutes @ 60-70°F (15-21°C)
Pot Life @70-80ºF (21-27ºC)
and 50% Relative Humidity
Dry Times at 7080°F (21-27ºC) and
50% Relative
Humidity
Varies with temperature and gallons mixed– See chart in directions
Lt. Foot Traffic
16 hours
Heavy Ft. Traffic
24 hours
Vehicle Traffic
4 days
Shelf Life
Flash Point
5 years
Base Component 80°F (27°C) – Activator Component 40°F (4°C)
Safety Information
FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, SEE MSDS.
Calculated values may vary slightly from the actual manufactured material.
*Activated material.
The technical data and suggestions for use contained herein are correct to the best of our knowledge, and offered in good faith. The
statements of this literature do not constitute a warranty, express, or implied, as to the performance of these products. As conditions and use
of our materials are beyond our control, we can guarantee these products only to conform to our standards of quality, and our liability, if any,
will be limited to replacement of defective materials. All technical information is subject to change without notice.
Rust-Oleum Corporation
11 Hawthorn Parkway
Vernon Hills, Illinois 60061
An RPM Company
Phone: 877•385•8155
www.rustoleum.com
Form: CS2397
Rev.: 030714
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