Epoxy.com Epoxy System #9
100% Solids Standard Epoxy Mortar System
Epoxy.com Standard Epoxy Mortar uses 100% solids Epoxy with graded aggregates. Urethane and Epoxy finish coats provide specific performance characteristics as needed
Epoxy.com Standard Epoxy Mortar is a resin patching, flooring, and/or repair system consisting of 100% solids epoxy resin and aggregates which provide heavy-duty protection at 3/16" to 1/4". When grouted an sealed, Epoxy.com Standard Epoxy Mortar eliminates porosity and produces a dense, skid-inhibiting finish that will minimize dirt and chemical penetration.
Epoxy.com Standard Epoxy Mortar typically uses:
Epoxy.com Standard Epoxy Mortar can also be installed with a conductive system for dispassion of static electricity in areas that are subjected to physical abuse and moderate to heavy wear and impact.
Epoxy.com Standard Epoxy Mortar is trowel applied and can be used to form an integral cove base where specified. It has good chemical resistance and is designed for high impact and heavy duty use.
Epoxy.com Standard Epoxy Mortar (HP) is the High Performance Mortar exhibiting excellent chemical resistance and utilizes Epoxy.com Product #2 Chemical resistant Resin or Epoxy.com Product #630 Novolac Epoxy for maximum resistance.
Surface must be clean and sound. Remove all dirt, laitance, grease curing compounds and other foreign matter by sandblasting, shot blasting, or mechanical abrasion. Remove water and dust from all surfaces with an oil-free blast immediately prior to application.
Roll or squeegee a prime coat. Trowel apply mortar to desired thickness. Grout and Top Coat as needed to achieve required finish and texture.
Do not use in temperatures below 55 degrees F, as cooler temperatures delay hardening. Substrate must be free from hydrostatic pressure, moisture transmission, curing agents and other foreign materials. Urethane seal coats are recommended for areas exposed to intense sunlight. Allow 16 hours for initial set of mortar. Seal Coat time may vary.
Prolonged or repeated exposure may cause eye and skin irritation. If contact occurs, wash immediately and seek medical help. Use safety glasses with side shields and wear protective rubber gloves.
All tools and equipment should be cleaned before the system gels. Use MEK, Acetone, or any lacquer solvent