Updated cookies policy - you'll see this message only once.

Pabrec.com uses cookies on this website. They help us to know a little bit about you and how you use our website, which improves the browsing experience and marketing - both for you and for others. They are stored locally on your computer or mobile device. To accept cookies continue browsing as normal. Or go to the cookies policy for more information and preferences.
 
We will be glad to make special offer for wholesaler a special offer special offer for wholesale for wholesale customers.
Please don't hesitate to contact us

Dekotla E-3300 Epoxy Coating

The decorative/protective industrial epoxy resin floor coating.

exc.VAT 22%

This product is not available. Please select other variation.

Epoxy coating Dekotla E-3300

For use in factories, warehouses, workshops and showrooms. Easy to apply and maintain, this durable floor coating can be used in confined areas thanks to being virtually odourless.

Gives a smooth, mid-gloss finish that is easy to clean
Environmentally friendly - virtually zero VOCs
Virtually odourless - can be applied in confined areas
Excellent resistance to oil, solvents and harsh cleaning chemicals
An easy to apply, hard-wearing and long lasting epoxy coating
Can be used over existing coatings
Easy to mix and equipment cleans with water after use
Independently tested to BS476 for Class 1 Fire Resistance
Once cured, this product is safe in food environments, i.e. it will not taint unwrapped foods. (Independent test data is available)
Approved for use on sand and cement screeds or concrete with under floor heating systems (up to 30°C surface temperature)

This coating is also available in an Anti Slip version.

Coverage approx. 40m² per 6 kg per coat.

Two coats are normally required.

Specification of Epoxy Coating Dekotla E-3300

Appearance gloss
Primer Required yes
Usage - Interior / Exterior interior 
Usage - Properties extremely tough, easy to apply, can be used over existing coatings, virtually odourless - can be applied in confined areas, easy to mix, mid-gloss finish, excellent resistance to oils and solvents, independently tested to BS476 for Class 1 Fire Resistance
Usage - Surfaces floor
Max Operational Temp (deg C) 25
Coverage (m² per kg) 6-7
Operational Temp (deg C) 16-25
Application - Pot Time (hours) 0.5 at 23 degrees
Dust dry (at +23°C, 50% R.H.) 2-4 hours
Light pedestrian traffic (at +23°C and 50% R.H.): 24 hours
Final hardening time (at +23°C): 6 days
Application - Recommended Coats 2

Preparation and Application

Surface Preparation

Concrete to be treated must be at least twelve weeks old, completely dry and free of surface laitance, contaminants and any previous poorly bonded coatings. All traces of grease or oil should be removed with emulsifying degreasant and the area thoroughly washed off and allowed to dry.

Painted Surfaces

Previously painted surfaces should be thoroughly abraded by sanding to improve adhesion and to remove any weak or loose material. A trial area is advisable to test compatibility with previous coatings.

Mixing

Stir the contents of each tin thoroughly. Using a mixing blade fitted to a slow speed electric drill, start to mix while slowly adding the curing agent. Scrape around the inside of both tins to ensure all the material has been removed. When thoroughly mixed add the fine aggregate component steadily until uniform in colour and consistency and continue blending for a further 5 minutes, ensuring that all material at the sides and base are thoroughly mixed. It is possible to hand mix small quantities but great care must be taken.

Application

Best results are obtained in warm (minimum 15°C), dry conditions with good ventilation.

Apply with a medium pile simulated sheepskin roller, working well into the surface of the concrete. Do not exceed the maximum coverage of 30m² per 5 litre pack, per coat. The product will darken slightly as curing commences and it should not be over rolled. The second coat can be applied as soon as the first coat is dry (generally 12-18 hours) and should be applied within 5 days. If more than 5 days elapse, the first coat should be lightly abraded before the second coat is applied.