A two-component (hardener and base) high build coating characterised by its inbuilt flexibility, excellent adhesion and resistance to water and a wide range of chemicals.
Drybase ECS CR may be applied by brush or short pile roller. Application of two coats (the second coat being applied at right angles to the first) is recommended. The first coat should be applied t.o the prepared surface and allowed to dry overnight, typically 18 - 24 hours. As soon as the first coat has completely dried, the second coat should be applied. Each coat should be applied as a continuous film. Ponding must be avoided as the thickness will entrap water and prevent proper curing. The second and final coat should be allowed to dry for a minimum of 24 hours prior to exposure to chemicals.
Ambient surfaces temperatures should be between 10°C and 35°C at the time of application. When working in enclosed areas it is important to create sufficient air flow in order to maintain an ambient relative humidity value of below 85% at all times during the curing period. It is recommended that the substrate to receive the coating should not have a moisture content of more than 75% RH. This can be assessed using a hair hygrometer covered with polythene for 24 hours as recommended by BS 8203.
Two-component extended epoxy high build coating. Characterized by its inbuilt flexibility, excellent adhesion and water and chemical resistance. Will successfully protect concrete structures including abutments, wing walls, and bearing shelves, drainage channels, bunds and tanks by forming a black resinous coating over surfaces. May be applied using a brush or short pile simulated lamb's wool roller.
Features and benefits:
C42/345 Protective coatings for concrete
J30/130 Cold-applied damp-proofing
M60/175 Protective coating
Breathability: SD >50 m (Class III).