A two part self smoothing coloured epoxy system.
EP Addalevel SL2K and EP Addalevel SL2K with Addagrip Bio is a solvent free, two part coloured epoxy system designed for use on surfaces subject to heavy traffic loads. It provides a chemical resistant gloss finish. EP Addalevel SL2K is also available with Addagrip Bio silver ion antimicrobial technology giving protection against the growth of bacteria, fungi and mould. For healthcare establishments, the protected flooring offers an effective part of the solution in the fight against the 'superbug' MRSA and other healthcare associated infections. In food and catering environments, the antimicrobial finish offers protection against bacteria such as E.coli and Salmonella, helping to reduce the risk of cross-contamination.
All loose substrate material, laitance and contamination to be carefully removed. The surface to be treated must be prepared by grinding, light vacuum assisted shot blasting, diamond grinding or machine sanding with coarse sandpaper. Surfaces contaminated with oil or liquid contamination should be heat blasted with the Addagrip Hot Compressed Air System or degreased as required. Substrates must be swept/ carefully vacuumed to remove debris. All surfaces to be treated must be dry.
Do not apply when the temperature is below 10°C.
|Uniclass 2015||Resin floor coatings (Pr_35_31_68_70)|
EP Addalevel SL2K
EP Addalevel SL2K with Addagrip Bio
Battleship Grey (00-A-09)
Dark Blue (20-D-45)
Dark Green (14-C-39)
Industrial Grey (00-A-05)
Light Blue (18-D-43)
Neptune Green (14-E-53)
Safety Red (04-E-45)
Safety Yellow (08-E-51)
Sky Blue (18-E-53)
Silver Grey (00-A-01)
|Surface finish/ treatment|
Remove entrapped air with spiked roller
|Standard product features|
Resin flooring application:
One coat, serrated trowel or serrated squeegee applied.
2 to 5 mm – consult with Addagrip for recommendations.
Additional colours or colour matching is available on request; consult with Addagrip for details.
Remove entrapped air with spiked roller if necessary. Leave to cure 12 hours at 18°C before walking on surface.