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SECTION 03 35 00
CONCRETE SEALERS AND COATING
 
 
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** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** V-SEAL Concrete Sealers & Specialty Coatings; sealers and coatings products.
.
This section is based on the products of V-SEAL Concrete Sealers & Specialty Coatings, which is located at:
9042 Cotter St.
Lewis Center, OH 43035
Toll Free Tel: 877-73V-SEAL
Tel: 614-754-4777
Fax: 614-754-4778
Email: request info (info@vseal.com)
Web: www.vseal.com
[ Click Here ] for additional information.
V-SEAL Concrete Sealers is a concrete sealers and coatings manufacturer that has been providing premium concrete sealer products worldwide to concrete professionals since 1988. V-SEAL's hallmark is "Expert Live Technical Support". With one phone call you can speak to an experienced technical advisor capable of assisting you with almost any sealer project.
 
PART 1 GENERAL
 
1.1
SECTION INCLUDES
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete items below not required for project.
 
A.
Exterior Concrete Water Repellent Sealers (Broom Finish)
B.
Interior Concrete Sealers (Machine Trowel)
C.
Interior Concrete Floor Polishing Systems
D.
Interior Concrete Floor Coating Systems
E.
Concrete Parking Deck Coating System
F.
Cleaners and Strippers.
1.2
RELATED SECTIONS
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete any sections below not relevant to this project; add others as required.
 
A.
Section 03 30 00 - Cast-in-Place Concrete.
B.
Section 12 36 13 - Concrete Countertops.
C.
Section 03 35 00 - Concrete Finishing
D.
Section 03 35 33 - Stamped Concrete Finishing.
E.
Section 03 45 13 - Faced Architectural Precast Concrete.
F.
Section 03 53 00 - Concrete Topping.
G.
Section 03 01 40.51 - Cleaning of Precast Concrete.
H.
Section 03 01 40.61 - Resurfacing of Precast Concrete.
I.
Section - .
J.
Section - .
K.
Section 09 97 23 - Concrete and Masonry Coatings.
1.3
REFERENCES
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete references from the list below that are not actually required by the text of the edited section.
 
A.
ASTM C 156: Standard Test Method for Water Loss [from a Mortar Specimen] Through Liquid Membrane-Forming Curing Compounds for Concrete.
B.
ASTM C 309 - Standard Specification for Liquid Membrane-Forming Compounds for Curing Concrete.
C.
ASTM C 642 - Standard Test Method for Density, Absorption, and Voids in Hardened Concrete.
D.
ASTM C 666 - Standard Test Method for Resistance of Concrete to Rapid Freezing and Thawing.
E.
ASTM C 672 - Standard Test Method for Scaling Resistance of Concrete Surfaces Exposed to Deicing Chemicals
F.
ASTM C 836 - Standard Specification for High Solids Content, Cold Liquid-Applied Elastomeric Waterproofing Membrane for Use with Separate Wearing Course.
G.
ASTM C 1315: Standard Specification for Liquid Membrane-Forming Compounds Having Special Properties for Curing and Sealing Concrete
H.
ASTM D 466 - Specification and Operating Instruction Glass Capillary Kinematic Viscometers.
I.
ASTM D 638 - Standard Test Method for Tensile Properties of Plastics.
J.
ASTM D 695 - Standard Test Method for Compressive Properties of Rigid Plastics.
K.
ASTM D 790 - Standard Test Methods for Flexural Properties of Unreinforced and Reinforced Plastics and Electrical Insulating Materials.
L.
ASTM D 2939 - Standard Test Methods for Emulsified Bitumens Used as Protective Coatings
M.
ASTM E 96 - Standard Test Methods for Water Vapor Transmission of Materials
N.
FS SS-W-110C - Modified 50 day Absorption. Related Tests.
O.
NCHRP 244 Series II test method - Visible depth of silane penetration, absorption, and chloride ion permeability
1.4
SUBMITTALS
A.
Submit under provisions of Section 01 30 00 - Administrative Requirements.
B.
Product Data: Manufacturer's data sheets on each product to be used, including:
1.
Preparation instructions and recommendations.
2.
Storage and handling requirements and recommendations.
3.
Installation methods.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete selection samples if colors have already been selected.
 
C.
Selection Samples: For each finish product specified, two complete sets of color panels representing manufacturer's full range of available colors, if applicable..
D.
Verification Samples: For each finish product specified, two samples, minimum size 6 inches (150 mm) square, representing actual product, color, and finish.
E.
Manufacturer's Certificates: Certify products meet or exceed specified requirements.
1.5
QUALITY ASSURANCE
A.
Manufacturer Qualifications: Minimum 10 year experience manufacturing all products specified in this section with the capacity to produce and deliver required materials without causing delay in work, and capable of providing field service representation during construction.
B.
Installer Qualifications: Minimum 2 year experience installing similar products and certified in writing by the manufacturer.
C.
Source Limitations: Obtain primary materials from single source from single manufacturer.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Include a mock-up if the project size and/or quality warrant taking such a precaution. The following is one example of how a mock-up on a large project might be specified. When deciding on the extent of the mock-up, consider all the major different types of work on the project.
 
D.
Mock-Up: Provide a mock-up for evaluation of surface preparation techniques and application workmanship.
1.
Finish areas designated by Architect.
2.
Construct at least one month before start of work.
3.
Mock-Up shall be on site in areas designated by Architect.
4.
Retain samples of all materials used in each mock-up for comparison purposes.
5.
Do not proceed with remaining work until workmanship, color, and sheen are approved by Architect.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select one of the two following paragraphs.
 
6.
Approved mock-up may remain part of finished work.
7.
Approved mock-up may not remain part of finished work. Remove and dispose of material when no longer required.
1.6
PRE-INSTALLATION MEETING
A.
Convene a meeting before the start of the application of. Require attendance of parties directly affecting work of this section, including Contractor, Architect, and applicator. Review surface preparation, application, protection, and coordination with other work.
1.7
DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING
A.
Store products in manufacturer's unopened packaging bearing the brand name and manufacturer's identification until ready for installation..
B.
Handling: Handle materials to avoid damage.
C.
Store and dispose of solvent-based materials, and materials used with solvent-based materials, in accordance with requirements of local authorities having jurisdiction.
1.8
SEQUENCING
A.
Ensure that products of this section are supplied to affected trades in time to prevent interruption of construction progress.
1.9
PROJECT CONDITIONS
A.
Maintain environmental conditions (temperature, humidity, and ventilation) within limits recommended by manufacturer for optimum results. Do not install products under environmental conditions outside manufacturer's absolute limits.
PART 2 PRODUCTS
 
2.1
MANUFACTURERS
A.
Acceptable Manufacturer: V-SEAL Concrete Sealers & Specialty Coatings, which is located at: 9042 Cotter St.; Lewis Center, OH 43035 ; Toll Free Tel: 877-73V-SEAL; Tel: 614-754-4777; Fax: 614-754-4778 ; Email: request info (info@vseal.com); Web: www.vseal.com
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete one of the following two paragraphs; coordinate with requirements of Division 1 section on product options and substitutions.
 
B.
Substitutions: Not permitted.
C.
Requests for substitutions will be considered in accordance with provisions of Section 01 60 00 - Product Requirements.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Edit the following paragraphs as required and applicable to project requirements. Delete the paragraphs that are not applicable.
 
2.2
EXTERIOR CONCRETE WATER REPELLIENT SEALERS (BROOM FINISH)
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Concrete Water Repellent Sealer can be applied to both existing and newly poured broom finish concrete that permanently fuses within the surface creating a breathable cross-linked insoluble internal membrane barrier which significantly increases concrete surface strength, combats freeze/thaw damage, and limits penetration of stains and damaging impurities such as oil, gas, grease, and salt without minimizing surface profile and traction.
 
A.
Concrete Water Repellent Curing and Sealing System for Broom Finish New Concrete.
1.
Curing and Sealing Application: V-SEAL 102 Winter-Guard, hybrid solution of catalyzed potassium siliconate and copolymer resin.
a.
Finish: Flat/Clear.
b.
Coverage: 200-300 sf/g broom finish concrete.
c.
Cure Schedule at 70 degrees F: Dry to touch in 1-3 hours, traffic in 6-12 hours.
d.
VOC Content: 8 g/l.
e.
Physical Properties:
1)
Boiling Point: 212 degrees F
2)
Vapor Pressure: 20 degrees C/68 degrees F water
3)
Solubility in Water: Excellent
4)
Evaporation Rate: Same as water
5)
Appearance and Odor: Clear - slightly amine
6)
Specific Gravity (H20-1): 1.1 to 1.3 @ 20 C
7)
% Volatile by Volume: 8 g/L
8)
PH: 11.5
9)
Flashpoint: N/A
10)
Flammable Limits: N/A
f.
Performance:
1)
ASTM C 156: Water retention 0.47 kg/m2 - Specification 0.55 kg/m2
2)
ASTM C 309: Moisture loss - .21 kg/m2
3)
AASHTO M148: Passed, moisture loss .21 kg/m2
4)
ASTM C666: Freeze/Thaw 1000 cycles. Passed. .0096%
5)
ASTM C 672: Freeze/thaw cycle - 100 day cycle. Passed. No Scaling.
6)
ASTM D 2939: Resistance to water solubility, flexibility, no cracking.
7)
ASTM D 466: Resistance to water flow and action. Excellent adhesion. No remulsification.
8)
ASTM E 96: Water vapor transmission 04 grains/sq/ft./hr. Water permeability - .102 perms
9)
SS-W-110C: Water repellence on masonry test:1.925%.
10)
AASHTO 259 and T260 90 Day Ponding: Passed.
11)
ASTM C 1315-00: Moisture loss - 0.31 kg/m2, 90 Day Ponding: Passed.
12)
UV-Testing (modified): No Change - Excellent Results
13)
ASTM C 1315 6.6.4: 1000 megajoules/235 nM Uv light
14)
ASTM-Elcometer Pull: 280 lbs. Concrete failed first. No delamination
15)
ASTM C 642 Absorption: Phase 1:48 hr: 0.62% - Phase 2; 50 day: 1.25%
16)
ASTM Scaling Resistance: No Scaling
17)
NCHRP 244, Series IV - 4.1 Southern Exposure <7%
18)
NCHRP 244, Series IV - 4.1 Southern Exposure <7%
19)
NCHRP 244 Series - 11 Cube Test: 3.1: <12%, Weight Gain
20)
NCHRP 244 Series - 11 Cube Test: 3.2: <9% Absorbed Chloride
21)
Moisture Vapor Transmission: 2% approx.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Heavy Duty Concrete Water Repellent Sealer - System can be applied to both existing and newly poured broom finish concrete that permanently fuses within the surface creating a breathable cross-linked insoluble internal membrane barrier which significantly increases concrete surface strength, combats freeze/thaw damage, and limits penetration of stains and damaging impurities such as oil, gas, grease, and salt without minimizing surface profile and traction. Heavy Duty system includes a surface enhancement application of lithium-silicate and siliconate solution that permanently fuses within porous substrates of concrete that creates calcium silicate hydrate crystals that will wear away only if the substrate itself wears away, increase surface strength, limit concrete dusting, limit penetration of stains and damaging impurities such as oil, gas, and grease, and remain breathable without altering the surface profile or leaving a topical residue.
 
B.
Concrete Water Repellent Curing and Sealing System Broom Finish New Concrete - Heavy Duty System:
1.
Initial Curing and Sealing Application: V-SEAL 102 Winter-Guard, hybrid solution of catalyzed potassium siliconate and copolymer resin.
a.
Finish: Flat/Clear.
b.
Coverage: 200-300 sf/g broom finish concrete.
c.
Cure Schedule at 70 degrees F: Dry to touch in 1-3 hours, traffic in 6-12 hours.
d.
Physical Properties:
1)
Boiling Point: 212 degrees F
2)
Vapor Pressure: 20 degrees C/68 degrees F water
3)
Solubility in Water: Excellent
4)
Evaporation Rate: Same as water
5)
Appearance and Odor: Clear - slightly amine
6)
Specific Gravity (H20-1): 1.1 to 1.3 @ 20 degrees C
7)
% Volatile by Volume: 8 g/L
8)
PH: 11.5
9)
Flashpoint: N/A
10)
Flammable Limits: N/A
e.
Performance:
1)
ASTM C 156: Water retention 0.47 kg/m2 - Specification 0.55 kg/m2
2)
ASTM C 309: Moisture loss - .21 kg/m2
3)
AASHTO M148: Passed, moisture loss .21 kg/m2
4)
ASTM C666: Freeze/Thaw 1000 cycles. Passed. .0096%
5)
ASTM C 672: Freeze/thaw cycle - 100 day cycle. Passed. No Scaling.
6)
ASTM D 2939: Resistance to water solubility, flexibility, no cracking.
7)
ASTM D 466: Resistance to water flow and action. Excellent adhesion. No remulsification.
8)
ASTM E 96: Water vapor transmission 04 grains/sq/ft./hr. Water permeability - .102 perms
9)
SS-W-110C: Water repellence on masonry test:1.925%.
10)
AASHTO 259 and T260 90 Day Ponding: Passed.
11)
ASTM C 1315-00: Moisture loss - 0.31 kg/m2, 90 Day Ponding: Passed.
12)
UV-Testing (modified): No Change - Excellent Results
13)
ASTM C 1315 6.6.4: 1000 megajoules/235 nM Uv light
14)
ASTM-Elcometer Pull: 280 lbs. Concrete failed first. No delamination
15)
ASTM C 642 Absorption: Phase 1:48 hr: 0.62% - Phase 2; 50 day: 1.25%
16)
ASTM Scaling Resistance: No Scaling
17)
NCHRP 244, Series IV - 4.1 Southern Exposure <7%
18)
NCHRP 244, Series IV - 4.1 Southern Exposure <7%
19)
NCHRP 244 Series - 11 Cube Test: 3.1: <12%, Weight Gain
20)
NCHRP 244 Series - 11 Cube Test: 3.2: <9% Absorbed Chloride
21)
Moisture Vapor Transmission: 2% approx.
2.
Heavy Duty Surface Enhancement Application: V-SEAL PHASE II, lithium-silicate and siliconate solution.
a.
Finish: Transparent White of Colorless.
b.
Coverage: 300-400 sf/g broom finish concrete.
c.
Cure Schedule at 70 degrees F: Dry to touch in 1-3 hours, traffic in 12-24 hours.
d.
Physical Properties:
1)
Liquid With Slight Odor
2)
Boiling Point or Range: 0 degrees F - 212 degrees F
3)
Vapor Density (Air = 1): N/A
4)
Specific Gravity (H2o = 1): 1.0
5)
Evaporation Rate: N/A
6)
Solubility In Water: Not Determined
7)
Flammable Limits In Air, Upper: N/A, (% By Volume), Lower: N/A
8)
Flash Point: >212 degrees F plus
9)
Method Used: Seta Flash
10)
Extinguishing Media: Foam, Alcohol Foam, CO2, Dry Chemical, Water Fog
11)
Special Fire Fighting Procedures: Self Contained Breathing Apparatus And Protective Clothing Should Be Worn In Fighting Fires Involving Chemicals
12)
Unusual Fire And Explosion Hazards: None Known
13)
Stability: Stable
14)
Conditions To Avoid (Stability): None Known
15)
Incompatibility (Material To Avoid): Avoid Contact With Oxidizing Materials.
16)
Hazardous Decomposition or By-Products: Carbon Oxides And Traces Of Incomplete Carbon Compounds, Silicon Dioxide (High Heat), Metal Oxides And Formaldehyde
17)
Hazardous Polymerization: Will Not Occur
2.3
INTERIOR CONCRETE SEALERS (MACHINE TROWEL)
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Concrete Water Repellent Sealer can be applied to both existing and newly poured broom finish concrete that permanently fuses within the surface creating a breathable cross-linked insoluble internal membrane barrier which significantly increases concrete surface strength, combats freeze/thaw damage, and limits penetration of stains and damaging impurities such as oil, gas, grease, and salt without minimizing surface profile and traction.
 
A.
Concrete Water Repellent Curing and Sealing System Machine Trowel New Concrete:
1.
Initial Curing and Sealing: V-SEAL 101, hybrid solution of catalyzed potassium siliconate
a.
VOC Content: Zero g/l.
b.
Cure Schedule at 70 degrees F: Dry to touch in 1-3 hours, traffic in 6-12 hours.
c.
Finish: Flat/Clear.
d.
Coverage: 200-500 sf/g machine trowel, dense.
e.
Physical Properties:
1)
Boiling Point: 212 degrees F
2)
Vapor Pressure: 20 degrees C/68 degrees F water
3)
Solubility in Water: Excellent
4)
Evaporation Rate: Same as water
5)
Appearance and Odor: Clear - slightly amine
6)
Specific Gravity (H20-1): 1.1 to 1.3 @ 20 degrees C
7)
% Volatile by Volume: 0
8)
PH: 11.5
9)
Flashpoint: N/A
10)
Flammable Limits: N/A
f.
Performance:
1)
ASTM D 2939: Resistance to water solubility, flexibility, no cracking.
2)
ASTM D 466: Resistance to water flow and action. Excellent adhesion. No remulsification.
3)
ASTM E 96: Water vapor transmission 04 grains/sq/ft./hr. Water permeability - .102 perms
4)
SS-W-110C: Water repellence on masonry test: 1.925%.
5)
ASTM C 672: Freeze/thaw cycle - 100 day cycle. Passed. No Scaling.
6)
AASHTO 259 and T260: 90 Day Ponding: Passed.
7)
UV-Testing (modified): No Change - Excellent Results
8)
ASTM-Elcometer Pull: 280 lbs. Concrete failed first. No delamination
9)
ASTM C 642 Absorption: Phase 1:48 hr: 0.64% - Phase 2; 50 day: 1.32%
10)
ASTM Scaling Resistance: No Scaling.
11)
NCHRP 244 Series IV - 4.1 Southern Exposure: Absorbed Chloride: <7%
12)
NCHRP 244 Series IV - 4.1 Northern Exposure: Absorbed Chloride: <7%
13)
NCHRP 244 Series - 11 Cube Test: 3.1: <14%, Weight Gain
14)
NCHRP 244 Series -11 Cube Test: 3.2: <9% Absorbed Chloride
15)
Moisture Vapor Transmission Rate: 2% approx.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Heavy Duty Concrete Water Repellent Sealer can be applied to both existing and newly poured broom finish concrete that permanently fuses within the surface creating a breathable cross-linked insoluble internal membrane barrier which significantly increases concrete surface strength, combats freeze/thaw damage, and limits penetration of stains and damaging impurities such as oil, gas, grease, and salt without minimizing surface profile and traction. Heavy Duty system includes a surface enhancement application of lithium-silicate and siliconate solution that permanently fuses within porous substrates of concrete that creates calcium silicate hydrate crystals that will wear away only if the substrate itself wears away, increase surface strength, limit concrete dusting, limit penetration of stains and damaging impurities such as oil, gas, and grease, and remain breathable without altering the surface profile or leaving a topical residue.
 
B.
Concrete Water Repellent Curing and Sealing System Machine Trowel New Concrete - Heavy Duty System:
1.
Initial Curing and Sealing: V-SEAL 101, hybrid solution of catalyzed potassium siliconate
a.
VOC Content: Zero g/l.
b.
Cure Schedule at 70 degrees F: Dry to touch in 1-3 hours, traffic in 6-12 hours.
c.
Finish: Flat/Clear.
d.
Coverage: 200-500 sf/g machine trowel, dense.
e.
Physical Properties:
1)
Boiling Point: 212 degrees F
2)
Vapor Pressure: 20 degrees C/68 degrees F water
3)
Solubility in Water: Excellent
4)
Evaporation Rate: Same as water
5)
Appearance and Odor: Clear - slightly amine
6)
Specific Gravity (H20-1): 1.1 to 1.3 @ 20 degrees C
7)
% Volatile by Volume: 0
8)
PH: 11.5
9)
Flashpoint: N/A
10)
Flammable Limits: N/A
f.
Performance:
1)
ASTM D 2939: Resistance to water solubility, flexibility, no cracking.
2)
ASTM D 466: Resistance to water flow and action. Excellent adhesion. No remulsification.
3)
ASTM E 96: Water vapor transmission 04 grains/sq/ft./hr. Water permeability - .102 perms
4)
SS-W-110C: Water repellence on masonry test: 1.925%.
5)
ASTM C 672: Freeze/thaw cycle - 100 day cycle. Passed. No Scaling.
6)
AASHTO 259 and T260: 90 Day Ponding: Passed.
7)
UV-Testing (modified): No Change - Excellent Results
8)
ASTM-Elcometer Pull: 280 lbs. Concrete failed first. No delamination
9)
ASTM C 642 Absorption: Phase 1:48 hr: 0.64% - Phase 2; 50 day: 1.32%
10)
ASTM Scaling Resistance: No Scaling.
11)
NCHRP 244 Series IV - 4.1 Southern Exposure: Absorbed Chloride: <7%
12)
NCHRP 244 Series IV - 4.1 Northern Exposure: Absorbed Chloride: <7%
13)
NCHRP 244 Series - 11 Cube Test: 3.1: <14%, Weight Gain
14)
NCHRP 244 Series -11 Cube Test: 3.2: <9% Absorbed Chloride
15)
Moisture Vapor Transmission Rate: 2% approx.
2.
Heavy Duty Surface Enhancement Application: V-SEAL PHASE II, lithium-silicate and siliconate solution.
a.
Finish: Transparent White of Colorless.
b.
Coverage: 300-600 sf/g machine trowel concrete.
c.
Cure Schedule at 70 degrees F: Dry to touch in 1-3 hours, traffic in 12-24 hours.
d.
Physical Properties:
1)
Liquid With Slight Odor
2)
Boiling Point or Range: 0 degrees F - 212 degrees F
3)
Vapor Density (Air = 1): N/A
4)
Specific Gravity (H2O = 1): 1.0
5)
Evaporation Rate: N/A
6)
Solubility In Water: Not Determined
7)
Flammable Limits In Air, Upper: N/A, (% By Volume), Lower: N/A
8)
Flash Point: >212 degrees F plus
9)
Method Used: Seta Flash
10)
Extinguishing Media: Foam, Alcohol Foam, Co2, Dry Chemical, Water Fog
11)
Special Fire Fighting Procedures: Self Contained Breathing Apparatus And Protective Clothing Should Be Worn In Fighting Fires Involving Chemicals
12)
Unusual Fire And Explosion Hazards: None Known
13)
Stability: Stable
14)
Conditions To Avoid (Stability): None Known
15)
Incompatibility (Material To Avoid): Avoid Contact With Oxidizing Materials.
16)
Hazardous Decomposition or By-Products: Carbon Oxides And Traces Of Incomplete Carbon Compounds, Silicon Dioxide (High Heat), Metal Oxides And Formaldehyde
17)
Hazardous Polymerization: Will Not Occur
2.4
INTERIOR CONCRETE FLOOR POLISHING SYSTEMS
A.
Concrete Polishing System New Concrete
1.
Initial Curing and Sealing: V-SEAL 101, hybrid solution of catalyzed potassium siliconate
a.
VOC Content: Zero g/l.
b.
Cure Schedule at 70 degrees F: Dry to touch in 1-3 hours, traffic in 6-12 hours.
c.
Finish: Flat/Clear.
d.
Coverage: 150-300 sf/g broom finish concrete. 200-500 sf machine trowel, dense.
e.
Physical Properties:
1)
Boiling Point: 212 degrees F
2)
Vapor Pressure: 20 degrees C/68 degrees F water
3)
Solubility in Water: Excellent
4)
Evaporation Rate: Same as water
5)
Appearance and Odor: Clear - slightly amine
6)
Specific Gravity (H20-1): 1.1 to 1.3 @ 20 degrees C
7)
% Volatile by Volume: 0
8)
PH: 11.5
9)
Flashpoint: N/A
10)
Flammable Limits: N/A
f.
Performance:
1)
ASTM D 2939: Resistance to water solubility, flexibility, no cracking.
2)
ASTM D 466: Resistance to water flow and action. Excellent adhesion. No remulsification.
3)
ASTM E 96: Water vapor transmission 04 grains/sq/ft./hr. Water permeability - .102 perms
4)
SS-W-110C: Water repellence on masonry test: 1.925%.
5)
ASTM C 672: Freeze/thaw cycle - 100 day cycle. Passed. No Scaling.
6)
AASHTO 259 and T260: 90 Day Ponding: Passed.
7)
UV-Testing (modified): No Change - Excellent Results
8)
ASTM-Elcometer Pull: 280 lbs. Concrete failed first. No delamination
9)
ASTM C 642 Absorption: Phase 1:48 hr: 0.64% - Phase 2; 50 day:1.32%
10)
ASTM Scaling Resistance: No Scaling.
11)
NCHRP 244 Series IV - 4.1 Southern Exposure: Absorbed Chloride: <7%
12)
NCHRP 244 Series IV - 4.1 Northern Exposure: Absorbed Chloride: <7%
13)
NCHRP 244 Series - 11 Cube Test: 3.1: <14%, Weight Gain
14)
NCHRP 244 Series -11 Cube Test: 3.2: <9% Absorbed Chloride
15)
Moisture Vapor Transmission Rate: 2% approx.
2.
Polishing Application: INDUSTRA-SEAL 117 PLS professional lithium-silicate solution that permanently fuses within porous substrates of concrete which will create calcium silicate hydrate crystals that will wear away only if the substrate itself wears away, increase surface strength, limit concrete dusting, limit penetration of stains and damaging impurities such as oil, gas, and grease, and remain breathable without altering the surface profile or leaving a topical residue.
a.
Viscosity: Less then 25 cps
b.
Appearance: Transparent White of Colorless.
c.
Coverage: 100-400 sf/g
d.
Cure Schedule at 70 degrees F: Dry to touch in 1-3 hours, traffic in 12-24 hours.
e.
Application Temperature: 55-90 degrees F.
f.
Physical Properties:
1)
Liquid With Slight Odor
2)
Boiling Point or Range: 0 degrees F - 212 degrees F
3)
Vapor Density (Air = 1): N/A
4)
Specific Gravity (H2O = 1): 1.0
5)
Evaporation Rate: N/A
6)
Solubility In Water: Not Determined
7)
Flammable Limits In Air, Upper: N/A, (% By Volume), Lower: N/A
8)
Flash Point: >212 degrees F plus
9)
Method Used: Seta Flash
10)
Extinguishing Media: Foam, Alcohol Foam, Co2, Dry Chemical, Water Fog
11)
Special Fire Fighting Procedures: Self Contained Breathing Apparatus And Protective Clothing Should Be Worn In Fighting Fires Involving Chemicals
12)
Unusual Fire And Explosion Hazards: None Known
13)
Stability: Stable
14)
Conditions To Avoid (Stability): None Known
15)
Incompatibility (Material To Avoid): Avoid Contact With Oxidizing Materials.
16)
Hazardous Decomposition or By-Products: Carbon Oxides And Traces Of Incomplete Carbon Compounds, Silicon Dioxide (High Heat), Metal Oxides And Formaldehyde
17)
Hazardous Polymerization: Will Not Occur
B.
Concrete Polishing System New Concrete - Heavy Duty System:
1.
Initial Curing and Sealing: V-SEAL 101, hybrid solution of catalyzed potassium siliconate:
a.
VOC Content: Zero g/l.
b.
Cure Schedule at 70 degrees F: Dry to touch in 1-3 hours, traffic in 6-12 hours.
c.
Finish: Flat/Clear.
d.
Coverage: 150-300 sf broom finish concrete. 200-500 sf machine trowel, dense.
e.
Physical Properties:
1)
Boiling Point: 212 degrees F
2)
Vapor Pressure: 20 degrees C/68 degrees F water
3)
Solubility in Water: Excellent
4)
Evaporation Rate: Same as water
5)
Appearance and Odor: Clear - slightly amine
6)
Specific Gravity (H20-1): 1.1 to 1.3 @ 20 degrees C
7)
% Volatile by Volume: 0
8)
PH: 11.5
9)
Flashpoint: N/A
10)
Flammable Limits: N/A
f.
Performance:
1)
ASTM D 2939: Resistance to water solubility, flexibility, no cracking.
2)
ASTM D 466: Resistance to water flow and action. Excellent adhesion. No remulsification.
3)
ASTM E 96: Water vapor transmission 04 grains/sq/ft./hr. Water permeability - .102 perms
4)
SS-W-110C: Water repellence on masonry test: 1.925%.
5)
ASTM C 672: Freeze/thaw cycle - 100 day cycle. Passed. No Scaling.
6)
AASHTO 259 and T260: 90 Day Ponding: Passed.
7)
UV-Testing (modified): No Change - Excellent Results
8)
ASTM-Elcometer Pull: 280 lbs. Concrete failed first. No delamination
9)
ASTM C 642 Absorption: Phase 1:48 hr: 0.64% - Phase 2; 50 day: 1.32%
10)
ASTM Scaling Resistance: No Scaling.
11)
NCHRP 244 Series IV - 4.1 Southern Exposure: Absorbed Chloride: <7%
12)
NCHRP 244 Series IV - 4.1 Northern Exposure: Absorbed Chloride: <7%
13)
NCHRP 244 Series - 11 Cube Test: 3.1: <14%, Weight Gain
14)
NCHRP 244 Series -11 Cube Test: 3.2: <9% Absorbed Chloride
15)
Moisture Vapor Transmission Rate: 2% approx.
2.
Polishing Application: INDUSTRA-SEAL 117 PLS professional lithium-silicate solution that permanently fuses within porous substrates of concrete which will create calcium silicate hydrate crystals that will wear away only if the substrate itself wears away, increase surface strength, limit concrete dusting, limit penetration of stains and damaging impurities such as oil, gas, and grease, and remain breathable without altering the surface profile or leaving a topical residue.
a.
Viscosity: Less then 25 cps
b.
Appearance: Transparent White of Colorless.
c.
Coverage: 100- 400 sf/g
d.
Cure Schedule at 70 degrees F: Dry to touch in 1-3 hours, traffic in 12-24 hours.
e.
Application Temperature: 55-90 degrees F.
f.
Physical Properties:
1)
Liquid With Slight Odor
2)
Boiling Point or Range: 0 degrees F - 212 degrees F
3)
Vapor Density (Air = 1): N/A
4)
Specific Gravity (H2O = 1): 1.0
5)
Evaporation Rate: N/A
6)
Solubility In Water: Not Determined
7)
Flammable Limits In Air, Upper: N/A, (% By Volume), Lower: N/A
8)
Flash Point: >212 degrees F plus
9)
Method Used: Seta Flash
10)
Extinguishing Media: Foam, Alcohol Foam, Co2, Dry Chemical, Water Fog
11)
Special Fire Fighting Procedures: Self Contained Breathing Apparatus And Protective Clothing Should Be Worn In Fighting Fires Involving Chemicals
12)
Unusual Fire And Explosion Hazards: None Known
13)
Stability: Stable
14)
Conditions To Avoid (Stability): None Known
15)
Incompatibility (Material To Avoid): Avoid Contact With Oxidizing Materials.
16)
Hazardous Decomposition or By-Products: Carbon Oxides And Traces Of Incomplete Carbon Compounds, Silicon Dioxide (High Heat), Metal Oxides And Formaldehyde
17)
Hazardous Polymerization: Will Not Occur
3.
Surface Conditioning and Stain Guard Application: INDUSTRA-SEAL GUARD one component water based ultra small particle size self-crosslinking hydrophobic organic polymer and silane/siloxane designed specifically for use on polished concrete/cement surfaces as a surface conditioner and stain guard to increase long term performance, gloss and stain resistance.
a.
VOC Content: 50 g/l.
b.
Color: Opaque milky white color.
c.
Coverage: Typical coverage is 800 to 1200 square feet per gallon.
d.
Finish Characteristics: May slightly darken the surface. Overall finish characteristics are determined by polishing diamond grit size and concrete composition.
e.
Abrasion Resistance: Will increase the abrasion resistance of most substrates. Results will vary according to substrate type.
f.
Dot Classification: Not regulated.
g.
Viscosity: Less than 25 cps.
h.
Adhesion: Because this material is applied prior to the final grind polishing step and is developed to deeply penetrate into the pores of the concrete, it does not remain as a coating after the final polishing step so delaminations do not occur.
i.
Cure Schedule @ 70 degrees F: Allow the material to completely dry to obtain the maximum benefits of the application. Final polishing stage can be performed usually within 1-3 hours under normal conditions.
j.
Application Temperature: 55-90 degrees F.
2.5
INTERIOR CONCRETE FLOOR COATING SYSTEMS
A.
Concrete Floor Coating System Basic: Commercial/Industrial, Interior Concrete, New Concrete
1.
Initial Curing and Sealing: V-SEAL 101, hybrid solution of catalyzed potassium siliconate
a.
VOC Content: Zero g/l.
b.
Cure Schedule at 70 degrees F: Dry to touch in 1-3 hours, traffic in 6-12 hours.
c.
Finish: Flat/Clear.
d.
Coverage: 150-300 sf broom finish concrete. 200-500 sf machine trowel, dense.
e.
Cure Schedule at 70 degrees F: Dry to touch in 1-3 hours, traffic in 3-5 hours.
f.
Physical Properties:
1)
Boiling Point: 212 degrees F
2)
Vapor Pressure: 20 degrees C/68 degrees F water
3)
Solubility in Water: Excellent
4)
Evaporation Rate: Same as water
5)
Appearance and Odor: Clear - slightly amine
6)
Specific Gravity (H20-1): 1.1 to 1.3 @ 20 degrees C
7)
% Volatile by Volume: 0
8)
PH: 11.5
9)
Flashpoint: N/A
10)
Flammable Limits: N/A
g.
Performance:
1)
ASTM D 2939: Resistance to water solubility, flexibility, no cracking.
2)
ASTM D 466: Resistance to water flow and action. Excellent adhesion. No remulsification.
3)
ASTM E 96: Water vapor transmission 04 grains/sq/ft./hr. Water permeability - .102 perms
4)
SS-W-110C: Water repellence on masonry test: 1.925%.
5)
ASTM C 672: Freeze/thaw cycle - 100 day cycle. Passed. No Scaling.
6)
AASHTO 259 and T260: 90 Day Ponding: Passed.
7)
UV-Testing (modified): No Change - Excellent Results
8)
ASTM-Elcometer Pull: 280 lbs. Concrete failed first. No delamination
9)
ASTM C 642 Absorption: Phase 1:48 hr: 0.64% - Phase 2; 50 day: 1.32%
10)
ASTM Scaling Resistance: No Scaling.
11)
NCHRP 244 Series IV - 4.1 Southern Exposure: Absorbed Chloride: <7%
12)
NCHRP 244 Series IV - 4.1 Northern Exposure: Absorbed Chloride: <7%
13)
NCHRP 244 Series - 11 Cube Test: 3.1: <14%, Weight Gain
14)
NCHRP 244 Series -11 Cube Test: 3.2: <9% Absorbed Chloride
15)
Moisture Vapor Transmission Rate: 2% approx.
2.
Primer Coat: Industra-Coat #3015 Epoxy Primer two component water based epoxy primer coat.
a.
Material:
1)
Solids By Weight: Mixed = 53% (Colors); 45% (Clear); (+, - 2%)
2)
Solids By Volume: Mixed = 41% (Colors); 36% (Clear); (+, - 2%)
3)
Volatile Organic Content: Colors = 1.01 Pounds Per Gallon (Mixed); Clear = 1.0 Pounds Per Gallon (Mixed)
4)
Standard Colors: Off White, Light Gray, Medium Gray, Tile Red, Beige, and Amber Clear. (Clear is suitable as a primer or concrete sealer only.)
5)
Recommended Film Thickness: 5 -7 Mils Per Coat Wet Thickness (Yields 2-3 Mils Dry)
6)
Coverage Per Gallon: 229 To 320 Square Feet @ 5-7 Mils Wet Thickness
b.
Physical Properties:
1)
Gloss (40-80 At 60 Degrees @ Erichsen Glossmeter)
2)
Abrasion Resistance: Taber Adrasor Cs-17 Calibrase Wheel With 1000 Gram Total Load And 500 Cycles = 54 Mg Loss
3)
Impact Resistance: Gardner Impact, Direct = 50 Inch lb. (Passed)
4)
Flexibility: No Cracks On A 1/8" Mandrel
5)
Adhesion: 425 Psi @ Elcometer (Concrete Failure, No Delamination)
6)
Viscosity: Mixed = 900-1200 Cps (Colors); 400-900 Cps (Clear) (Typical)
7)
Dot Classifications: Not Regulated
8)
Cure Schedule @ 70 degrees F: Tack Free (Dry To Touch) 5-8 Hours; Recoat or Topcoat. 7-10 Hours; Light Foot Traffic 16-24 Hours; Full Cure (Heavy Traffic) 2-7 Days
9)
Application Temperature: 55-90 degrees F with relative humidity below 75%
c.
Performance/Chemical Resistance:
1)
Acetic acid 5%: 2 hour term splash spill.
2)
Xylene: 2 hour term splash spill.
3)
MEK: Not recommended.
4)
Gasoline: 2 hour term splash spill.
5)
10% Sodium Hydroxide: 8 hour term splash spill.
6)
50% Sodium Hydroxide: 2 hour term splash spill.
7)
10% sulfuric:2 hour term splash spill.
8)
10% Hyrdochloric Acid: 2 hour term splash spill.
9)
20% Nitric Acid: Not recommended.
10)
Ethylene Glyco: 8 hour term splash spill.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select one of the following two topcoat paragraphs as required for new concrete surfaces. Delete the one not required.
 
3.
Top Coat: Industra-Coat #3321, Two component polyester/aliphatic polyurethane floor sealer.
a.
Material:
1)
Solids By Weight: Mixed = 60% (Colors); 50% (Clear); (+, - 2%)
2)
Solids By Volume: Mixed = 53% (Colors); 53% (Clear); (+, - 2%)
3)
Volatile Organic Content: Colors = 3.8 Pounds Per Gallon.
4)
Standard Colors: White, off white, light gray, medium gray, tile red, beige, and clear
5)
Recommended Film Thickness: 3-5 Mils Per Coat Wet Thickness (Yields 2-3 Mils Dry)
6)
Coverage Per Gallon: 320 To 500 Square Feet @ 3-5 Mils Wet Thickness
b.
Physical Properties:
1)
High Gloss (80-60 at 60 Degrees @ Erichsen Glossmeter)
2)
Abrasion Resistance: Taber Adrasor CS-17 Calibrase Wheel With 1000 Gram Total Load And 500 Cycles = 20.0 Mg Loss
3)
Impact Resistance: Gardner Impact, Direct = 160 inch lb. (passed)
4)
Flexibility: No cracks on a 1/8 inch mandrel
5)
Adhesion: 360 PSI @ Elcometer (Concrete Failure, No Delamination)
6)
Viscosity: Mixed = 200-400 Cps (most colors)
7)
DOT Classifications: Part A "FLAMMABLE LIQUID N.O.S., 3, UN1993, PGIII"; Part B "FLAMMABLE LIQUID N.O.S., 3, UN1993, PGIII
8)
Hardness: Shore D: 72
9)
Cure Schedule @ 70 degrees F: Tack Free (Dry To Touch) 2-4 Hours; Recoat or Topcoat. 4-8 Hours; Light Foot Traffic 14-24 Hours; Full Cure (Heavy Traffic) 3-5 Days
10)
Application Temperature: 45-90 degrees F with relative humidity below 75%
c.
Performance/Chemical Resistance:
1)
Acetic acid 5%: 8 hour term splash spill.
2)
Xylene: Long term immersion.
3)
MEK: 2 hour term splash spill.
4)
Methyl Alcohol: 2 hour term splash spill.
5)
Gasoline: 72 hour term immersion.
6)
10% Sodium Hydroxide: Long term immersion.
7)
50% Sodium Hydroxide: 72 hour term immersion.
8)
10% sulfuric: 72 hour term immersion.
9)
10% Hyrdochloric Acid: 72 hour term immersion.
10)
20% Nitric Acid: 8 hour term splash spill.
11)
Ethylene Glyco: 72 hour term immersion.
4.
Top Coat: Industra-Coat #3322, Low VOC High Performance Urethane Topcoat, two component polyester/aliphatic polyurethane floor sealer.
a.
Material:
1)
Solids By Weight: Mixed = 73% (Colors); 64% (Clear); (+, - 2%)
2)
Solids By Volume: Mixed = 70% (Colors); 60% (Clear); (+, - 2%)
3)
Volatile Organic Content: Colors = 2.8 Pounds Per Gallon.
4)
Standard Colors: White, off white, light gray, medium gray, tile red, beige, and clear
5)
Recommended Film Thickness: 3-5 Mils Per Coat Wet Thickness (Yields 2-3 Mils Dry)
6)
Coverage Per Gallon: 320 To 500 Square Feet @ 3-5 Mils Wet Thickness
b.
Physical Properties:
1)
High Gloss (70-60 at 60 Degrees @ Erichsen Glossmeter)
2)
Abrasion Resistance: Taber Adrasor CS-17 Calibrase Wheel With 1000 Gram Total Load And 500 Cycles = 20.0 Mg Loss
3)
Impact Resistance: Gardner Impact, Direct = 160 inch lb. (passed)
4)
Flexibility: No cracks on a 1/8 inch mandrel
5)
Adhesion: 360 PSI @ Elcometer (Concrete Failure, No Delamination)
6)
Viscosity: Mixed = 200-400 Cps (most colors)
7)
Dot Classifications: Part A "FLAMMABLE LIQUID N.O.S., 3, UN1993, PGIII"; Part B "FLAMMABLE LIQUID N.O.S., 3, UN1993, PGIII
8)
Hardness: Shore D: 72
9)
Cure Schedule @ 70 degrees F: Tack Free (Dry To Touch) 3-5 Hours; Recoat or Topcoat. 5-9 Hours; Light Foot Traffic 14-24 Hours; Full Cure (Heavy Traffic) 3-5 Days
10)
Application Temperature: 45-90 degrees F with relative humidity below 75%
c.
Performance/Chemical Resistance:
1)
Acetic acid 5%: 2 hour term splash spill.
2)
Xylene: Long term immersion.
3)
MEK: Not recommended.
4)
Methyl Alcohol: 2 hour term splash spill.
5)
Gasoline: 72 hour term immersion.
6)
10% Sodium Hydroxide: Long term immersion.
7)
50% Sodium Hydroxide: 72 hour term immersion.
8)
10% sulfuric: 72 hour term immersion.
9)
10% Hyrdochloric Acid: 8 hour term immersion.
10)
20% Nitric Acid: 2 hour term splash spill.
11)
Ethylene Glyco: 72 hour term immersion.
B.
Concrete Floor Coating System, Heavy Duty: Commercial/Industrial, Interior Concrete, New Concrete
1.
Initial Curing and Sealing: V-SEAL 101, hybrid solution of catalyzed potassium siliconate
a.
VOC Content: Zero g/l.
b.
Cure Schedule at 70 degrees F: Dry to touch in 1-3 hours, traffic in 6-12 hours.
c.
Finish: Flat/Clear.
d.
Coverage: 150-300 sf broom finish concrete. 200-500 sf machine trowel, dense.
e.
Physical Properties:
1)
Boiling Point: 212 degrees F
2)
Vapor Pressure: 20 degrees C/68 degrees F water
3)
Solubility in Water: Excellent
4)
Evaporation Rate: Same as water
5)
Appearance and Odor: Clear - slightly amine
6)
Specific Gravity (H20-1): 1.1 to 1.3 @ 20 degrees C
7)
% Volatile by Volume: 0
8)
PH: 11.5
9)
Flashpoint: N/A
10)
Flammable Limits: N/A
f.
Performance:
1)
ASTM D 2939: Resistance to water solubility, flexibility, no cracking.
2)
ASTM D 466: Resistance to water flow and action. Excellent adhesion. No remulsification.
3)
ASTM E 96: Water vapor transmission 04 grains/sq/ft./hr. Water permeability - .102 perms
4)
SS-W-110C: Water repellence on masonry test: 1.925%.
5)
ASTM C 672: Freeze/thaw cycle - 100 day cycle. Passed. No Scaling.
6)
AASHTO 259 and T260: 90 Day Ponding: Passed.
7)
UV-Testing (modified): No Change - Excellent Results
8)
ASTM-Elcometer Pull: 280 lbs. Concrete failed first. No delamination
9)
ASTM C 642 Absorption: Phase 1:48 hr: 0.64% - Phase 2; 50 day: 1.32%
10)
ASTM Scaling Resistance: No Scaling.
11)
NCHRP 244 Series IV - 4.1 Southern Exposure: Absorbed Chloride: <7%
12)
NCHRP 244 Series IV - 4.1 Northern Exposure: Absorbed Chloride: <7%
13)
NCHRP 244 Series - 11 Cube Test: 3.1: <14%, Weight Gain
14)
NCHRP 244 Series -11 Cube Test: 3.2: <9% Absorbed Chloride
15)
Moisture Vapor Transmission Rate: 2% approx.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select one of the following two topcoat paragraphs as required for new concrete surfaces. Delete the one not required.
 
2.
Top Coat: Industra-Coat #3321, Two component polyester/aliphatic polyurethane floor sealer.
a.
Material:
1)
Solids By Weight: Mixed = 60% (Colors); 50% (Clear); (+, - 2%)
2)
Solids By Volume: Mixed = 53% (Colors); 53% (Clear); (+, - 2%)
3)
Volatile Organic Content: Colors = 3.8 Pounds Per Gallon.
4)
Standard Colors: White, off white, light gray, medium gray, tile red, beige, and clear
5)
Recommended Film Thickness: 3-5 Mils Per Coat Wet Thickness (Yields 2-3 Mils Dry)
6)
Coverage Per Gallon: 320 To 500 Square Feet @ 3-5 Mils Wet Thickness
b.
Physical Properties:
1)
High Gloss (80-60 at 60 Degrees @ Erichsen Glossmeter)
2)
Abrasion Resistance: Taber Adrasor CS-17 Calibrase Wheel With 1000 Gram Total Load And 500 Cycles = 20.0 Mg Loss
3)
Impact Resistance: Gardner Impact, Direct = 160 inch lb. (passed)
4)
Flexibility: No cracks on a 1/8 inch mandrel
5)
Adhesion: 360 PSI @ Elcometer (Concrete Failure, No Delamination)
6)
Viscosity: Mixed = 200-400 Cps (most colors)
7)
DOT Classifications: Part A "FLAMMABLE LIQUID N.O.S., 3, UN1993, PGIII"; Part B "FLAMMABLE LIQUID N.O.S., 3, UN1993, PGIII
8)
Hardness: Shore D: 72
9)
Cure Schedule @ 70 degrees F: Tack Free (Dry To Touch) 2-4 Hours; Recoat or Topcoat. 4-8 Hours; Light Foot Traffic 14-24 Hours; Full Cure (Heavy Traffic) 3-5 Days
10)
Application Temperature: 45-90 degrees F with relative humidity below 75%
c.
Performance/Chemical Resistance:
1)
Acetic acid 5%: 8 hour term splash spill.
2)
Xylene: Long term immersion.
3)
MEK: 2 hour term splash spill.
4)
Methyl Alcohol: 2 hour term splash spill.
5)
Gasoline: 72 hour term immersion.
6)
10% Sodium Hydroxide: Long term immersion.
7)
50% Sodium Hydroxide: 72 hour term immersion.
8)
10% sulfuric: 72 hour term immersion.
9)
10% Hyrdochloric Acid: 72 hour term immersion.
10)
20% Nitric Acid: 8 hour term splash spill.
11)
Ethylene Glyco: 72 hour term immersion.
3.
Top Coat: Industra-Coat #3322, Low VOC High Performance Urethane Topcoat, two component polyester/aliphatic polyurethane floor sealer.
a.
Material:
1)
Solids By Weight: Mixed = 73% (Colors); 64% (Clear); (+, - 2%)
2)
Solids By Volume: Mixed = 70% (Colors); 60% (Clear); (+, - 2%)
3)
Volatile Organic Content: Colors = 2.8 Pounds Per Gallon.
4)
Standard Colors: White, off white, light gray, medium gray, tile red, beige, and clear
5)
Recommended Film Thickness: 3-5 Mils Per Coat Wet Thickness (Yields 2-3 Mils Dry)
6)
Coverage Per Gallon: 320 To 500 Square Feet @ 3-5 Mils Wet Thickness
b.
Physical Properties:
1)
High Gloss (70-60 at 60 Degrees @ Erichsen Glossmeter)
2)
Abrasion Resistance: Taber Abrasor CS-17 Calibrase Wheel With 1000 Gram Total Load And 500 Cycles = 20.0 Mg Loss
3)
Impact Resistance: Gardner Impact, Direct = 160 inch lb. (passed)
4)
Flexibility: No cracks on a 1/8 inch mandrel
5)
Adhesion: 360 PSI @ Elcometer (Concrete Failure, No Delamination)
6)
Viscosity: Mixed = 200-400 Cps (most colors)
7)
Dot Classifications: Part A "FLAMMABLE LIQUID N.O.S., 3, UN1993, PGIII"; Part B "FLAMMABLE LIQUID N.O.S., 3, UN1993, PGIII
8)
Hardness: Shore D: 72
9)
Cure Schedule @ 70 degrees F: Tack Free (Dry To Touch) 3-5 Hours; Recoat or Topcoat. 5-9 Hours; Light Foot Traffic 14-24 Hours; Full Cure (Heavy Traffic) 3-5 Days
10)
Application Temperature: 45-90 degrees F with relative humidity below 75%
c.
Performance/Chemical Resistance:
1)
Acetic acid 5%: 2 hour term splash spill.
2)
Xylene: Long term immersion.
3)
MEK: Not recommended.
4)
Methyl Alcohol: 2 hour term splash spill.
5)
Gasoline: 72 hour term immersion.
6)
10% Sodium Hydroxide: Long term immersion.
7)
50% Sodium Hydroxide: 72 hour term immersion.
8)
10% sulfuric: 72 hour term immersion.
9)
10% Hyrdochloric Acid: 8 hour term immersion.
10)
20% Nitric Acid: 2 hour term splash spill.
11)
Ethylene Glyco: 72 hour term immersion.
2.6
CONCRETE PARKING DECK COATING SYSTEM
A.
Concrete Parking Deck Coating System: Interior or Exterior, Existing Concrete.
1.
Primer Coat: Industra-Coat #3139 Flexible Broadcast Epoxy Primer, two component 100% solid epoxy.
a.
Material:
1)
Solids By Weight: 100% (+, - 1%)
2)
Solids By Volume: 100% (+, - 1%)
3)
Volatile Organic Content: Nearly 0 Per Gallon (Mixed)
4)
Standard Colors: Clear.
5)
Recommended Film Thickness: 10 -50 Mils
6)
Coverage Per Gallon: 32 To 160 Square Feet @ 10-50 Mils Thickness
b.
Physical Properties:
1)
Abrasion Resistance: Taber Adrasor CS-17 Calibrase Wheel With 1000 Gram Total Load And 500 Cycles = 6 Mg Loss
2)
Viscosity: Mixed = 1000-1700 Cps (Typical)
3)
DOT Classifications: Part A Not Regulated; Part B Corrosive Liquid N.O.S., 8, UNI1760, PGIII
4)
Tensile Strength: 4,800 psi @ ASTM D 638
5)
Flexural Strength: 2,600 psi @ ASTM D 790
6)
Compressive Strength: 4,100 psi @ ASTM D 695
7)
Tensile Strength: 2,450 psi @ ASTM D 638
8)
Ultimate Elongation: 60%
9)
Gardner Variable Impactor: 160 inch pounds direct - passed
10)
Adhesion: 450 psi @ elcometer (concrete failure, no delamination).
11)
Hardness: Shore D = 580
12)
Cure Schedule @ 70 degrees F: Tack Free (Dry To Touch) 5-8 Hours; Recoat or Topcoat. 8-12 Hours; Light Foot Traffic 12-24 Hours; Full Cure (Heavy Traffic) 2-7 Days
13)
Application Temperature: 60-90 degrees F with relative humidity below 85%
c.
Performance/Chemical Resistance:
1)
Xylene: Not recommended.
2)
Methanol: Not recommended.
3)
Skydrol: Not recommended.
4)
10% Sodium Hydroxide: 72 hour Immersion.
5)
50% Sodium Hydroxide: 72 hour Immersion.
6)
10% sulfuric: 8 hour term splash spill.
7)
10% Hyrdochloric Acid: 8 hour term splash spill.
8)
5% Acetic Acid: Not recommended.
2.
Build Coat: Industra-Coat #3139 Flexible Broadcast Epoxy Primer, two component 100% solid epoxy.
a.
Material:
1)
Solids By Weight: 100% (+, - 1%)
2)
Solids By Volume: 100% (+, - 1%)
3)
Volatile Organic Content: Nearly 0 Per Gallon (Mixed)
4)
Standard Colors: Clear.
5)
Recommended Film Thickness: 10 -50 Mils
6)
Coverage Per Gallon: 32 To 160 Square Feet @ 10-50 Mils Thickness
b.
Physical Properties:
1)
Abrasion Resistance: Taber Adrasor CS-17 Calibrase Wheel With 1000 Gram Total Load And 500 Cycles = 6 Mg Loss
2)
Viscosity: Mixed = 1000-1700 Cps (Typical)
3)
DOT Classifications: Part A Not Regulated; Part B Corrosive Liquid N.O.S., 8, UNI1760, PGIII
4)
Tensile Strength: 4,800 psi @ ASTM D 638
5)
Flexural Strength: 2,600 psi @ ASTM D 790
6)
Compressive Strength: 4,100 psi @ ASTM D 695
7)
Tensile Strength: 2,450 psi @ ASTM D 638
8)
Ultimate Elongation: 60%
9)
Gardner Variable Impactor: 160 inch pounds direct - passed
10)
Adhesion: 450 psi @ elcometer (concrete failure, no delamination).
11)
Hardness: Shore D = 580
12)
Cure Schedule @ 70 degrees F: Tack Free (Dry To Touch) 5-8 Hours; Recoat or Topcoat. 8-12 Hours; Light Foot Traffic 12-24 Hours; Full Cure (Heavy Traffic) 2-7 Days
13)
Application Temperature: 60-90 degrees F with relative humidity below 85%
c.
Performance/Chemical Resistance:
1)
Xylene: Not recommended.
2)
Methanol: Not recommended.
3)
Skydrol: Not recommended.
4)
10% Sodium Hydroxide: 72 hour Immersion.
5)
50% Sodium Hydroxide: 72 hour Immersion.
6)
10% sulfuric: 8 hour term splash spill.
7)
10% Hyrdochloric Acid: 8 hour term splash spill.
8)
5% Acetic Acid: Not recommended.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select one of the following two topcoat paragraphs as required for new concrete surfaces. Delete the one not required.
 
3.
terTop Coat: Industra-Coat #3321, Two component polyester/aliphatic polyurethane floor sealer.
a.
Material:
1)
Solids By Weight: Mixed = 60% (Colors); 50% (Clear); (+, - 2%)
2)
Solids By Volume: Mixed = 53% (Colors); 53% (Clear); (+, - 2%)
3)
Volatile Organic Content: Colors = 3.8 Pounds Per Gallon.
4)
Standard Colors: White, off white, light gray, medium gray, tile red, beige, and clear
5)
Recommended Film Thickness: 3-5 Mils Per Coat Wet Thickness (Yields 2-3 Mils Dry)
6)
Coverage Per Gallon: 320 To 500 Square Feet @ 3-5 Mils Wet Thickness
b.
Physical Properties:
1)
High Gloss (80-60 at 60 Degrees @ Erichsen Glossmeter)
2)
Abrasion Resistance: Taber Adrasor CS-17 Calibrase Wheel With 1000 Gram Total Load And 500 Cycles = 20.0 Mg Loss
3)
Impact Resistance: Gardner Impact, Direct = 160 inch lb. (passed)
4)
Flexibility: No cracks on a 1/8 inch mandrel
5)
Adhesion: 360 PSI @ Elcometer (Concrete Failure, No Delamination)
6)
Viscosity: Mixed = 200-400 Cps (most colors)
7)
DOT Classifications: Part A "FLAMMABLE LIQUID N.O.S., 3, UN1993, PGIII"; Part B "FLAMMABLE LIQUID N.O.S., 3, UN1993, PGIII
8)
Hardness: Shore D: 72
9)
Cure Schedule @ 70 degrees F: Tack Free (Dry To Touch) 2-4 Hours; Recoat or Topcoat. 4-8 Hours; Light Foot Traffic 14-24 Hours; Full Cure (Heavy Traffic) 3-5 Days
10)
Application Temperature: 45-90 degrees F with relative humidity below 75%
c.
Performance/Chemical Resistance:
1)
Acetic acid 5%: 8 hour term splash spill.
2)
Xylene: Long term immersion.
3)
MEK: 2 hour term splash spill.
4)
Methyl Alcohol: 2 hour term splash spill.
5)
Gasoline: 72 hour term immersion.
6)
10% Sodium Hydroxide: Long term immersion.
7)
50% Sodium Hydroxide: 72 hour term immersion.
8)
10% sulfuric: 72 hour term immersion.
9)
10% Hyrdochloric Acid: 72 hour term immersion.
10)
20% Nitric Acid: 8 hour term splash spill.
11)
Ethylene Glyco: 72 hour term immersion.
4.
Top Coat: Industra-Coat #3322, Low VOC High Performance Urethane Topcoat, two component polyester/aliphatic polyurethane floor sealer.
a.
Material:
1)
Solids By Weight: Mixed = 73% (Colors); 64% (Clear); (+, - 2%)
2)
Solids By Volume: Mixed = 70% (Colors); 60% (Clear); (+, - 2%)
3)
Volatile Organic Content: Colors = 2.8 Pounds Per Gallon.
4)
Standard Colors: White, off white, light gray, medium gray, tile red, beige, and clear
5)
Recommended Film Thickness: 3-5 Mils Per Coat Wet Thickness (Yields 2-3 Mils Dry)
6)
Coverage Per Gallon: 320 To 500 Square Feet @ 3-5 Mils Wet Thickness
b.
Physical Properties:
1)
High Gloss (70-60 at 60 Degrees @ Erichsen Glossmeter)
2)
Abrasion Resistance: Taber Adrasor CS-17 Calibrase Wheel With 1000 Gram Total Load And 500 Cycles = 20.0 Mg Loss
3)
Impact Resistance: Gardner Impact, Direct = 160 inch lb. (passed)
4)
Flexibility: No cracks on a 1/8 inch mandrel
5)
Adhesion: 360 PSI @ Elcometer (Concrete Failure, No Delamination)
6)
Viscosity: Mixed = 200-400 Cps (most colors)
7)
Dot Classifications: Part A "FLAMMABLE LIQUID N.O.S., 3, UN1993, PGIII"; Part B "FLAMMABLE LIQUID N.O.S., 3, UN1993, PGIII
8)
Hardness: Shore D: 72
9)
Cure Schedule @ 70 degrees F: Tack Free (Dry To Touch) 3-5 Hours; Recoat or Topcoat. 5-9 Hours; Light Foot Traffic 14-24 Hours; Full Cure (Heavy Traffic) 3-5 Days
10)
Application Temperature: 45-90 degrees F with relative humidity below 75%
c.
Performance/Chemical Resistance:
1)
Acetic acid 5%: 2 hour term splash spill.
2)
Xylene: Long term immersion.
3)
MEK: Not recommended.
4)
Methyl Alcohol: 2 hour term splash spill.
5)
Gasoline: 72 hour term immersion.
6)
10% Sodium Hydroxide: Long term immersion.
7)
50% Sodium Hydroxide: 72 hour term immersion.
8)
10% sulfuric: 72 hour term immersion.
9)
10% Hyrdochloric Acid: 8 hour term immersion.
10)
20% Nitric Acid: 2 hour term splash spill.
11)
Ethylene Glyco: 72 hour term immersion.
2.7
CLEANERS AND STRIPPERS
A.
V-Scrub HD: An industrial strength alkaline cleaner (similar to detergent) designed to clean cementitious surfaces. Effective on oil, dirt, tire marks and harshly blemished concrete
B.
V-Scrub R.E.S.: Mild acidic type cleaner that is low-fuming, phosphate-free, and does not contain muriatic acid, bleach, abrasives, or petroleum distillates. Designed to clean stubborn rust, efflorescence and leaf stains, as well as mold, mildew and algae.
C.
ReKrete - Waterless Oil Cleaner: Finely granulized waterless concrete cleaning compound integrated with active cleaning agents and chemically engineered bio-organics designed to breakdown hydrocarbon petroleum matter with no harmful effects to plants, humans, animals, or soil from concrete without the use of water as a carrier, catalyst, or neutralizing agent. ReKRETE is a DRY powder spread with a broom that requires no rinsing or removal and is a valuable solution in sensitive environmental areas and locations with water restrictions.
D.
Soy Gel - Blue Bear 600GL - Stripper for Single Component Coatings: Non-toxic industrial strength and consumer friendly paint, urethane, epoxy and acrylic stripper made with soybeans. Low evaporation rate and its gel formulation make it possible to remove several layers in one application. It will not lighten any acid stained, color hardened and integrally colored concrete surfaces (will lighten or remove solvent dyes and water-based stains) and contains no methylene chloride, is not an alkaline based stripper and cleans up easily with water
PART 3 EXECUTION
 
3.1
EXAMINATION
A.
Do not begin installation until substrates have been properly prepared.
B.
If substrate preparation is the responsibility of another installer, notify Architect of unsatisfactory preparation before proceeding.
3.2
PREPARATION
A.
Clean surfaces thoroughly prior to installation.
B.
Prepare surfaces using the methods recommended by the Concrete Floor Coating and Sealer Manufacturer for achieving the best result for the substrate under the project conditions.
C.
Protection: Protect walls and surrounding surfaces not to receive finish.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Edit the following paragraph as required for new concrete surfaces. Delete if not required.
 
D.
New Concrete:
1.
Verify concrete is a minimum of 28 days old and fully cured.
2.
Confirm that concrete surface is clean, dry, structurally sound, and free from dirt, dust, oil, grease, solvents, paint, wax, asphalt, concrete curing compounds, sealing compounds, surface hardeners, bond breakers, adhesive residue, and other surface contaminants.
3.
Do not acid wash or use heavy alkali cleaners.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Edit the following paragraph as required for existing concrete surfaces. Delete if not required.
 
E.
Existing:
1.
Verify concrete to be patched id fully cured.
2.
Prepare concrete for the sealer to be applied in accordance with the Architects and Sealer manufacturer's requirements.
3.3
INSTALLATION GENERAL
A.
Install in accordance with Concrete Floor Coating and Sealer Manufacturer's instructions.
3.4
PROTECTION
A.
Protect installed products until completion of project.
B.
Protect concrete surfaces from foot traffic until properly cured.
C.
Touch-up, repair or replace damaged products before Substantial Completion.
END OF SECTION