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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 591 Mixing for 20m2  Keep VBS kits cool before mixing.  Mark out approximately 20m² on floor.  Pre-mix (or thoroughly shake) the hardener can before decanting.  Add the entire Blue hardener component to the Yellow resin component in the 4-litre can.  Once blended the mix is a uniform green colour.  Streaks of yellow or blue in the mix will demonstrate insufficient mixing.  Continue mixing for approximately two minutes.  Once thoroughly mixed and streak free, immediately pour out the mixed product onto the floor over the area marked in such a way as to allow an easy consistent roll-out to give an even build. Mixing for less than 20m2  One quarter mix for 5m² areas or for cutting in.  The kit supplied has provision to easily mix one quarter of kit quantities by means of the separate mixing pail and stick.  Mark-out area on concrete floor where VBS coating is to be applied.  Thoroughly mix each part (Resin & Hardener) separately in its own can.  Place mixing stick in the one litre empty pail provided, pour resin into the mix pail until it reaches the top of the yellow mark. Then add hardener to the top of the blue mark.  Stir thoroughly until a uniform green colour with no streaks is achieved and apply. Mixing less than a whole kit can also be made on a volume or weight basis. Always ensure that the resin and hardener components are thoroughly mixed in their own containers before decanting. Accurately measure out 4 volumes of resin and add 1 volume of hardener and mix as described above. Refer to the Installation Guide for more detailed information. Technical Data/Properties Contact Selleys before using this data for the setting of specifications. Property Typical Result Colour Green when mixed Resin is yellow Hardener is Blue Technology 100% Epoxy Mix Ratio 4 parts resin to 1 part hardener by volume (or 4.42 parts to 1 by weight) Coverage 6m2/Litre Water Vapour Barrier 167 micron coating will normally achieve a MVT of less than 15g/m2/24 hours. Shelf Life 12 months Working Time 20-30 minutes when poured out onto slab Cure Time Normally floors can be walked on, re-coated or adhered to in 8-12 hours @250C Re-coat time After curing and before 24 hours. If re-coating is required after 24 hours the floor will need to be lightly sanded and wiped over with MEK solvent to ensure adhesion of the next coat. VOC 68 g/L www.selleystrade.com.au Page 2 of 3


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