WEBER. TEC EP 45 - Epoxy resin for floors - RAL1015 | 20kg
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weber .tec EP 45 - solvent-free, two-component, colored epoxy resin with self-leveling properties. The resin coating is distinguished by high mechanical and abrasion resistance. After hardening, it is an aesthetic, easy-to-clean surface.
The most important characteristics of epoxy resin for floors are:
- for making smooth and non-slip floors
- for making thin and thick-layer floors
- very good adhesion to cement substrates: concrete, screeds, etc.
- resistance to chemicals, sewage, mineral oils and propellants, numerous acids and bases, salts, sea water, brine
- high strength parameters, resistance to mechanical stress, abrasion and impact
Application weber .tec ep 45:
weber .tec EP 45 is mainly used to make thin and thick-layer floors / coatings on mechanically and chemically heavily loaded surfaces, e.g. on floors of warehouses, workshops, exhibition halls, power plants, laboratories, chemical plants, dairies, slaughterhouses, in car parks. weber .tec EP 45 can also be used with the addition of dried quartz sand for resins. The resin can be used on surfaces with a maximum slope of 1.5%, otherwise it is necessary to use a thixotropic thickener.
Application WEBER .TEC EP 45:
- Substrate preparation:
The substrate for floors / resin coatings weber .tec EP 45 can be: concrete, cement screed, epoxy screed. In order to prepare the concrete substrate, mechanical methods can be used - e.g. mechanical cleaning, milling, shot blasting, sandblasting, flame cleaning (burning) and manual - e.g. vacuuming, scrubbing. Cavities, chipping, voids should be filled with e.g. repair concrete systems - weber . rep 752, weber .rep 753 or epoxy mortars, weber with weber .tec EP 42 / weber . tec EP 43 and resin sand. When selecting the repair technology, one should take into account the condition of the substrate, the type and size of defects, the nature of the work, types and sizes of the loads and strength parameters of the substrate and re-profiling material. The peel strength of the substrate should be at least 1.5 MPa. The compressive strength of the substrate should be at least 25 MPa. The substrate should be dry (mass humidity not higher than 4%), stable, clean, free of oils and fats. Smooth, sintered, polished surfaces or surfaces with cement milk are not suitable for the coating, unless they have been previously prepared / matted by e.g. sandblasting or milling. Bituminous or tar coatings must be removed. Before applying the resin, prime the substrate with weber .tec EP 42 or weber .tec EP 43 resin. It is essential to read the technical data sheet of the resin used for priming.
- Product preparation:
Components A (resin) and B (hardener) are supplied ready to use in the correct proportions. It is forbidden to change these proportions. After combining the two components, immediately start mixing with a stirrer in a slow-speed drill (up to 300 rpm). Pay attention to thorough mixing of the components at the sides and bottom of the container. The mixing time should not be less than 5 minutes and should result in a homogeneous mixture. Therefore, pour the mixture into a clean container and mix it again. Do not apply from a supply vessel. Prepare the amount of material that can be used within the so-called processing time. If furnace-dried quartz sand with a grain size of 0.1-0.4 mm (resin: sand ratio should not exceed 1: 0.3) is added to the resin, it should be gradually added to the mechanically mixed components.
- Performance Tips:
The prepared resin composition is poured onto the primed substrate and evenly distributed to the desired thickness using a squeegee, trowel, putty knife, comb. The applied resin layer should be deaerated immediately using a spiked roller. When making thin-layer floors, the resin can be applied with a roller. Sprinkle the fresh coating with quartz sand, e.g. 0.2-0.7 mm grain, to obtain a rough surface (if necessary). After the resin has hardened, remove the excess quartz sand and cover the prepared surface with weber .tec EP 45 resin using a paint roller. It should be ensured that the architecturally separated surfaces of the substrate are covered with resin from the same production batch. Otherwise, you have to take into account slight differences in shades. Clean tools immediately after work (resin must be free) with solvent weber 992
- Conditions during application and setting:
Application temperature (air and substrate) must be between + 10 ° C and + 25 ° C. At the same time, the temperature of the substrate must be at least 3 ° C above the dew point. Do not apply weber .tec EP 45 in rain or when precipitation is to be expected. Protect the unbound coating against moisture and aggressive media. The formation of condensate on resin-coated surfaces reduces its adhesion to the substrate. In case of unfavorable humidity and temperature conditions, it is necessary to use heating devices and / or air dryers.
approx. 60 minutes at + 10 ° C
approx. 25 minutes at + 20 ° C
approx. 20 minutes at + 25 ° C
Further processing after:
24 hours at + 10 ° C
14 hours at + 20 ° C
10-12 hours at + 25 ° C
Light load after:
2 days at + 10 ° C
24 hours at + 20 ° C
20 hours at + 25 ° C
Full resistance after:
20 days at + 10 ° C
14 days at + 20 ° C
14 days at + 25 ° C
Resin Consumption weber .tec EP 45
The consumption of weber .tec EP 45 resin used for coating (for broadcasting with quartz sand) is 0.6-1.0 kg / m2, depending on the grain size of the aggregate used for broadcasting.
Resin consumption in kg / m² Consumption of quartz sand 0.1-0.4 mm in kg / m² Smooth thin-layer coating 0.2-0.4 - Non-slip thin-layer coating 0.6-1 - Thick film (1mm pure resin) 1.4 - 1 mm thick coating of resin mixed with quartz sand 0.1-0.4 mm in the proportion resin - aggregate 1: 0.3 1.10 0.40