CONTENTS CONCRETE REPAIR CORROSION CONTROL GROUTS & ANCHORS PROTECTIVE COATINGS INDUSTRIAL FLOORING SURFACE TREATMENTS JOINT SEALANTS CONCRETE JOINTING ROOFING WATERSTOPS WATERPROOFING JOINT FILLERS TIMBER FLOORING ALPHABETICAL 'XUDÀRRU®11RYRODF Mixing and Placing Clear Binder Using suitable measuring jugs and mixing vessel, add 1.5 litres of base resin to every 1.0 litre of hardener. Mix thoroughly for a min of 3 minutes using a slow speed mechanical stirrer and a suitable spiral epoxy mixing paddle. Note: If fillers and colour packs are to be added, initially mix clear binder for only 2 minutes. Clear coating Mix the required quantity as per Clear Binder instructions without the addition of colour packs or fillers. Apply first coat by brush or roller at 4-5m² per litre or slightly heavier if a slip-resistant grit is to be used. When using a slip resistant aggregate broadcast chosen aggregate onto the still tacky first coat at required rate. When the first coat is hard (typically next morning – refer Properties section) sweep off excess grit (if applicable) and re-coat in same manner. It is recommended to apply the second coat at right angles to the first. If a coloured finish is required, the use of coloured Durafloor HP as the first coat followed by a second coat of the Durafloor N clear coating should be considered. Trowel floor While continuing to mix 2.5 litres mixed binder (1.5 litre base + 1.0 litre hardener) add 12.5 litres Durafloor TF Fillers (by volume). If a colour finish is requested add 1 x 500 gram Durafloor colour pack of chosen colour at the start of this process. Once all the components have been added, continue to mix for a further two (2) minutes. Once mixed apply the Durafloor N trowel floor by spreading the material over the wet or tacky, not tack free, primed surface and compact to achieve a dense 5 mm seamless screed. Finish to a desired texture with a steel trowel and allow to cure. Self Smoothing floor While continuing to mix 10 litres of the clear binder (above) add 1 x 10 kg bag of the Durafloor SL fillers. If a colour finish is requested add 1 x 500 gram Durafloor colour pack of chosen colour. Once all the components have been added, continue to mix for a further 2 minutes. INDEX 258 Once mixed, apply the Durafloor N self smoothing floor topping by pouring the mixed material onto the cured, tack free primed surface and spread with a steel trowel to achieve a 2 - 4 mm seamless topping. After allowing the screed material to set for approx 10-15 minutes, remove any air entrapment by a spike rolling and then allow to cure. Limitations Durafloor N should not be applied on to surfaces known to have rising damp or having a relative humidity reading greater than 80% (ie. moisture content greater than 5%). Durafloor N should be appplied only when the substrate temperature and the ambient temperature is above 10°C or when the ambient relative humidity is below 85% at the time of placement. Best performance life expectancy is enhanced by the use of sound housekeeping. The chemical resistance of Durafloor N is reduced slightly due to the addition of fillers and colour packs therefore when the maximum chemical resistance or stain resistance is required a finishing coat of Durafloor N Clear Coating should be considered. Supply Durafloor N (Novolac) Clear Binder: 401040 - Base: 15 litre pail 401045 - Hardener: 10 litre pail 405355 - Durafloor TF Fillers: 20 kg bag (12.5L) 412060 - Nitomortar F4 Fillers: 20 kg bag (13.5L) 404045 - Durafloor SL Fillers: 10 kg bag (8.0L) 610501 - Emer-Seal CR (Grey): 600 ml sausage The coverage figures given are theoretical - due to wastage factors and the variety and nature of possible substrates, practical coverage figures may be reduced. Storage Durafloor N has a shelf life of 36 months if kept in a dry store in the original, unopened pack. Store in dry conditions between 5°C and 30°C away from sources of heat and naked flames, in the original, unopened packs. If stored at high temperatures the shelf life may be reduced.
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