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CONTENTS CONCRETE REPAIR CORROSION CONTROL GROUTS & ANCHORS PROTECTIVE COATINGS INDUSTRIAL FLOORING SURFACE TREATMENTS JOINT SEALANTS CONCRETE JOINTING JOINT FILLERS WATERPROOFING WATERSTOPS ROOFING TIMBER FLOORING ALPHABETICAL INDEX Technical Data Sheet Application Instructions Preparation Concrete surfaces All surfaces must be dry, smooth, sound and free from debris and loose material. Surfaces must be free from contamination such as oil, grease, dust, loose particles and organic growth. Concrete surfaces must be fully cured, laitance‑free and free from any traces of shuttering release oils and curing compounds. Steel surfaces All surfaces should be grit blasted and work should be programmed so that newly cleaned steel is primed before the formation of rust or scale. Steel surfaces should be primed with Emer‑Gard Primer Type 2. Galvanised steel and aluminium surfaces All non‑ferrous metal surfaces should be thoroughly cleaned with Emer‑Clean prior to the application of Durafloor SR. Durafloor SR can be applied directly to non‑ferrous metal surfaces after cleaning. Adhesion tests must be carried out to confirm adequate bond to the substrate. Application Number of coats 2 Application rate per coat: 6 m² / litre Wet film thickness per coat: 87 microns Dry film thickness: 40 microns Durafloor SR may be applied by brush, roller or spray. For spray application up to 10% reduction with Solvent 10 may be necessary. The product will be touch dry in approximately 30 minutes and may be overcoated after 1 hour drying under normal conditions. This can be assessed at the time of application and is influenced by ambient temperature and type of surface treated. For areas of heavy traffic e.g. car parking decks we recommend that three coats be applied, for normal foot traffic, two coats should be sufficient. When necessary Durafloor SR may be readily re‑coated by simply cleaning surfaces and then applying additional coat or coats of Durafloor SR. Cleaning Durafloor SR and Emer‑Gard Primer Type 2 should be removed from tools and equipment with Solvent 10 immediately after use. 243 Durafloor® SR Floor coating, modified synthetic rubber based Uses Specifically formulated to provide quick drying, hard wearing, trafficable surfaces for floors of workshops, storerooms, undercover parking areas etc. Due to its quick drying, floors treated with Durafloor SR can be back in service after only 4 ‑ 6 hours drying, although full cure will take approximately 5 ‑ 7 days. Advantages „ Excellent resistance to dilute acids and alkalis „ Non‑toxic „ Excellent adhesion to a variety of substrates „ Smooth satin finish Description Durafloor SR is a modified, synthetic rubber based coating, containing anti‑corrosive pigments and inhibitors, that dries to a tough, resilient, trafficable satin finish. It has excellent adhesion to concrete, galvanised steel and primed steelwork. Technical Support Parchem offers a comprehensive range of high performance, high quality products suitable for use in the protection and repair of steelwork and concrete. In addition, the company offers a technical support package to specifiers, end users and contractors, as well as on‑site assistance. Design Criteria Durafloor SR is designed to be applied in a minimum of two coats over a selected primer to achieve a total dry film thickness of not less than 80 microns. To achieve the correct protective properties Durafloor SR must be applied on to the substrate at the coverage rates recommended. Properties Colour: Grey Finish: Satin Volume solids: 46% Drying times: (25°C, 50% RH) ‑ Dust free: 30 minutes ‑ Re‑coat: 1 hour ‑ Full cure: 7 days Line‑marking paint adhesion to coating: Dulux Roadmaster A1 Excellent Dulux Roadmaster A2 Excellent January 2014 Page 1 January 2014


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