Epoxy

By: Gary Bourke's Painting  09-12-2011
Keywords: Floor, Epoxy, Primer Coat

Epoxy coatings are very versatile and resistant in industrial settings. Due to the complexity of the coating and the usual safety considerations involved it is best to have the coating professionally applied. When surfaces have been coated in conventional finishes the physical properties such as adhesion and chemical resistance are weaker. When using an epoxy coating on a floor it is important to removed all previously applied coatings and to access and repair old cracks and holes.

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To meet our customers needs we offer numerous levels of Epoxy Coating service. The most popular being:

100% SOLIDS EPOXY UPGRADE

1.   Shot blast entire floor
2.   Patch floor with cementatious mortar
3.   Diamond grind patches
4.   Fill major cracks and control joints with flexible joint filler
5.   Apply primer coat at 8-12 mils
6.   Apply top coat at 8-12 mils
7.  Total dry film thickness approximately 20 - 24 mils
 

100% SOLIDS EPOXY

1.   Shot blast entire floor to remove failed coating and abrade floor
2.   Patch floor with cementatious mortar
3.   Diamond grind patches and other areas on floor
4.   Fill major cracks and control joints with flexible joint filler EXTRA
5.   Apply primer coat at 5-7 mils
6.   Apply top coat at 5-7 mils
7.  Total dry film thickness approximately 10 - 14 mils

ECONSYSTEM

1.       Shot blast entire floor to remove failed coating and etch floor
2.       Apply primer coat
3.       Apply top coat
4.       Total dry film thickness approximately 6 mils

NON-SLIP ( BROADCAST) SYSTEM1.   Remove oil stain from floor as best as possible
2.   Shot blast entire floor to ensure adhesion
3.   Diamond grind around machines
4.   Fill control joints with Q-seal urethane flexible sealant
5.   Apply primer coat epoxy and prime oil soaked areas (special primer)
6.   Patch out bad divot areas with epoxy mortar mix
7.   Grind patched areas to smoothen floor
8.   Apply 20 mil 100% solids epoxy clean slurry and broadcast to excess
9.   Sand floor to remove high spots
10. Apply grout coat epoxy silver gray
11. Apply seal coat epoxy silver gray

Keywords: Epoxy, Floor, Primer Coat

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