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Marathon Aquafloor Epoxy
Marathon Aquafloor Epoxy
Marathon Coatings

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Marathon Aquafloor Epoxy

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Manufacturer:   Marathon Coatings

Description

Aquafloor Epoxy is a two pack, water based epoxy floor coating; An environmentally friendly alternative to solvent based floor coatings. It is suitable for use in factories, warehouses, workshops, dairies, food processing plants, production areas and hospitals.

  • Tough durable finish
  • Ideal for maintenance or refurbishment of floors
  • Suitable for overcoating most types of floor paint
  • Easy to use – straight from the can
  • Easy application and long pot life
  • Non flammable during application and non toxic when cured
  • Available in a large range of colours
Application Method Brush or Roller
Surfaces  Showrooms, Warehouses, Walkways
VOC Level 430g / Litre
Coverage  10m² / Litre
Touch Dry 2-4 Hours @ +20°C
Over-Coating 16 Hours @ +20°C
Maintenance Cycle 2 Years
Thinning & Cleaning Marathon 767
Number of Coats 2

 
This product has a 3-5 day lead time. Please check at time of order.

Additional Information

Surface Preparation: All surfaces should be clean, dry and free from oil and grease, when applied to new concrete, the surface should be track blasted or scarified to provide a mechanical key for optimum performance. Areas contaminated by oil and grease may need to be treated by heat or steam cleaning. When applied over existing floor paints, all loose, flaking paint must be removed by mechanical abrasion. A small trial area should be sampled to ensure compatibility.

Typical Use: Durable floor coating for pedestrian and light wheeled traffic in factories, warehouses, showrooms, sports halls, walkways and domestic garages.

Application: Temperature of substrate should be a minimum of 3°C above the dew point, ideally 18°C – 21°C.
Brush and roller. For unsealed surfaces thin the first coat by up to 20% for optimum penetration and adhesion.

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