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Epoxicote High Build Cold Cure

Epoxicote High Build Cold Cure

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Heavy duty floor paint formulated for a tough approach to floors and surfaces when it's freezing. Guaranteed hard wearing at 32°F.

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Watco Epoxicote High Build Cold Cure has the same properties as Watco Epoxicote High Build, but it has been developed to cure at lower temperatures. It is ideal for use between 32°F and 50°F.
  • Gloss finish
  • High-build application gives excellent wear resistance
  • Protects the concrete from oil and chemical contamination
  • Non-tainting and virtually solvent-free
  • Easy to clean surface

  • Resistant to: Oil, solvents and harsh cleaning chemicals

    Epoxicote High Build Cold Cure - Tough and glossy and cures as low as 32°F


    Coverage: Approx. 190 sq ft per 1.05 gallon

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    Technical Data Sheet
    Black Safety Data Sheet
    Dark Gray Safety Data Sheet
    Silver Gray Safety Data Sheet
    Mid Blue Safety Data Sheet
    Mid Green Safety Data Sheet
    Navy Gray Safety Data Sheet
    Safety Yellow Safety Data Sheet
    Stone Safety Data Sheet
    Tile Red Safety Data Sheet
    Specifications
    Delivery Time (Days) Ships in 24 hours, delivers in 1-3 days
    Usage - Interior / Exterior interior
    Usage - Suitable for factories, warehouses, garages and any areas where general chemicals may be spilt
    Usage - Surfaces concrete, wood or metal
    Max Operational Temp (deg F) 50°F
    Coverage (sqft per kit) 190 sq ft per 1.05 gallons
    Application - Curing Time (hours) Will take light traffic after 48 hours at 32°F
    Application - Recommended Coats one coat is usually sufficient
    Max Application Temperature (deg F) 50°F
    Min Application Temperature (deg F) 32°F
    How To Apply

    PREPARATION

    Concrete and Brick
    Concrete to be treated must be dry, at least four weeks old and free of any soft surface laitance, contaminants, and not subject to rising damp. All loose material should be removed. Very smooth bare concrete or concrete with soft surface laitance should be etched withWatco Cemtetch and the area thoroughly hosed off and allowed to dry. Grease or oil should be removed with Watco Bio-D (or another similar degreaser) and the area thoroughly hosed off and allowed to dry. Very smooth previously painted surface should preferably be abraded to improve adhesion.

    Steel
    Remove loose or flaking material, rust and any previous coatings by wire brushing or disc grinding to achieve a bright surface. Grease or oil can be removed using Watco Bio D and the metal then washed with water and allowed to dry. Coating should be carried out immediately providing flash rusting has not occurred.



    MIXING

    Empty all of the contents of the 2 inner tins into the large outer tin, taking care to scrape out any sediment. Mix the components together very thoroughly using a spatula or similar wide bladed tool (a wooden stir stick). Continue mixing until an even color and consistency are obtained. Do not mix more than one unit at a time. If a paint stirrer fitted to an electric drill is used, also use the spatula to blend in any unmixed material from the sides and bottom of the tin.

    APPLICATION

    Best results are obtained in cold conditions (minimum 32°F and maximum 50°F). On horizontal surfaces apply by medium pile type roller (not foam) in one coat. On vertical surfaces 2 thin coats are recommended.
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