Solvent Free Epoxy is based on an epoxy resin that provides an excellent hard wearing coating once fully dry, with a mirror like gloss finish to concrete floors.
Mixing Two Pack Epoxies
Make sure you use a broom stick, mixer on a slow running drill or pallet knife to mix (An egg whisk, screwdriver or small stick that doesn’t reach the bottom of the can is not sufficient enough)
- Mixing should take place for 3-5 minutes allow to stand for a minute and repeat.
- Mix the catalyst in to tub before tipping into a paint tray
- Ensure all the content is properly mixed to avoid colour and or drying problem.
New 3 In 1 Formulation
NEW 3 IN 1 TECNOLOGY - Primes Seals and Protects with just 2 coats. No Primer or sealer for concrete.
About Two Pack Epoxy Solvent Free
- NEW 3 IN 1 TECNOLOGY - Primes Seals and Protects with just 2 coats. No Primer or sealer, Just 2 coats of this epoxy floor & garage paint will prime seal and protect.
- TWO PACK EPOXY RESIN SOLVENT FREE FLOOR PAINT: Two part epoxy based resin with a High Quality Durable finish.
- HARD WEARING EPOXY RESIN SOLVENT FREE FLOOR PAINT - Stands up to heavy uses such as in areas where vehicles are regularly used, perfect for home and industral garages & factories
- TOUGH EPOXY FORMULA - Dosent rip up like single pack floor paints where heavy traffic is used like cars and plant
- EASY TO USE 2PK EPOXY FLOOR PAINT - Mixing Ratio 4.220 KG paint to 0.780 KG Catalyst per 5KG, Once catalysed pot life of 45 mins mix well, Apply by brush or roller.
POT LIFE FOR SOLVENT FREE EPOXY PAINT once components are mixed pot life is around 45 minutes.
- Thinners if required T0200 Epoxy thinner
- Proudly manufactured in England by B.C Paints Ltd. Please note images and product titles are for advertising purposes only, tins are supplied in BC Paints cans or plain white for, 1 and 2.5, and occasionally 5 litre cans.
Easy to apply by brush and roller.
Two coats of paint are recommended for the best longest lasting finish,
Remember good preparation of the floor is paramount to an excellent long lasting finish. Make sure Floor is clean from dust, dirt, moisture, oil etc before painting. and never pre seal the floor prior to painting, especially with latex or PVC sealers paint will not stick.
Brushes and rollers will need to be solvent resistant.
Painting your Floor Step By Step
- The floor area must be clean and free from dirt, dust, oil, grease and be dry & clear of any other contaminants. Good preparation is key to a good finish.
- Before you start, have your ppe ready as our paint is oil based so will not wash off easily with soap and water.
- Stir the paint & catalyst together well before use, with a paddle on a slow running drill or substantial stick.
- Thin the first coat by 10 percent, to assist good priming and sealing of the floor.
- Before putting paint on the floor ensure you have good ventilation to allow vapor to escape, ventilation is also necessary to keep the drying times, if there is no air movement the coating cannot dry as well.
- Cut in around the edges first with a 2 to 3 inch brush, then work backwards towards your exit so as not to get boxed in.
- When painting large areas it's easier to pour the paint on the floor in stages, spread it out using a squeegee then back roll with a roller to release the air, to avoid having a bubbly finish as the air is trapped in the coating during the drying process.
- Apply a second coat 12-24 hours (overnight dry) after the first coat to build good colour and protection.
Always stir any paint well prior to using, especially when using Two Pack products.
Make sure you use a broom stick, mixer on a slow running drill or pallet knife to mix and mixing should take place for 3-5 mins to ensure all the content is properly mixed together to avoid colour and or drying problems.
As our coatings are heavily pigmented separation can easily occur and you can have colour float, for example a green paint can seem blue before mixing, this is one of the reasons mixing your paint before use is essential.
New concrete floors or will need time to green this generally is a period of 3-5 months from when the concrete floor is layed, we say 3-5 months as it depends on the thickness of the concrete and quality, it’s always best ask the supplier and fitter of the concrete floor as to how long to wait till painting.
Remember do not apply Two Pack Epoxy Paint in temperatures below 10 degrees centigrade cross linking of the paint and catalyst will not take place and the coating will never fully dry.