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SECTION 07 18 00
WATERPROOF TRAFFIC COATINGS
 
 
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** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** NEOGARD ; Fluid applied Traffic Coating products.
.
This section is based on the products of NEOGARD , which is located at:
2728 Empire Central
Dallas, TX 75235-0288
Toll Free Tel: 800-321-6588
Tel: 214-353-1600
Fax: 214-357-7532
Email: request info (neogard@neogard.com)
Web: www.neogard.com
[ Click Here ] for additional information.
NEOGARD, a Division of Hempel (USA), Inc., is a fully integrated research and manufacturing organization in Dallas, Texas. NEOGARD products have been specified and used on prestigious projects around the world by leading architects, engineers and consultants for over 50 years. Our line of coating systems protects the building envelope through vehicular and pedestrian traffic coatings, protective roof coatings, seamless flooring and elastomeric wall coatings.
This specification includes NEOGARD(R) pedestrian and vehicular seamless waterproof floor coating solutions that are available in a variety of colors, textures and thicknesses.
 
PART 1 GENERAL
 
1.1
SECTION INCLUDES
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete items below not required for project.
 
A.
Pedestrian Traffic Coatings
B.
Vehicular Traffic Coatings
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 03 41 16 - Precast Concrete Slabs
C.
Section 06 15 00 - Wood Decking
D.
Section 07 91 26 - Joint Fillers
E.
Section -
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 957 - Standard Specification for High-Solids Content, Cold Liquid-Applied Elastomeric Waterproofing Membrane with Integral Wearing Surface.
B.
ASTM D 412 - Standard Test Methods for Vulcanized Rubber and Thermoplastic ElastomersTension.
C.
ASTM D 471 - Standard Test Method for Rubber PropertyEffect of Liquids
D.
ASTM D 570 - Standard Test Method for Water Absorption of Plastics
E.
ASTM D 635 - Standard Test Method for Rate of Burning and/or Extent and Time of Burning of Plastics in a Horizontal Position
F.
ASTM D 638 - Standard Test Method for Tensile Properties of Plastics
G.
ASTM D 790 - Standard Test Methods for Flexural Properties of Unreinforced and Reinforced Plastics and Electrical Insulating Materials
H.
ASTM D 1004 - Standard Test Method for Tear Resistance (Graves Tear) of Plastic Film and Sheeting.
I.
ASTM D 2240 - Standard Test Method for Rubber PropertyDurometer Hardness
J.
ASTM D 4060 - Standard Test Method for Abrasion Resistance of Organic Coatings by the Taber Abrader
K.
ASTM D 4541 - Standard Test Method for Pull-Off Strength of Coatings Using Portable Adhesion Testers
L.
ICRI Technical Guideline No. 310.2R-2013 - Selecting and Specifying Concrete Surface Preparation for Sealers, Coatings, Polymer Overlays, and Concrete Repair
1.4
SUBMITTALS
A.
Submit under provisions of Section 01 30 00 - Administrative Requirements.
B.
Product Data: Manufacturer's product data and material Safety Data Sheets (SDS) 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 the following paragraphs if LEED is not applicable.
 
C.
LEED Submittals: Provide documentation of how the requirements of Credit will be met:
1.
Product Data for Credit 4.2: Low-Emitting Materials - Paints and Coatings (IEQc4.2): For paints and coatings used, including printed statement of VOC content
2.
Product Data for Credit 5: Regional Materials (MRc5): Submit data, including location and distance from Project of material manufacturer.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete selection samples if colors have already been selected.
 
D.
Selection Samples: For each finish product specified, two complete sets of color chips representing manufacturer's full range of available colors and patterns.
E.
Verification Samples: For each finish product specified, two samples, minimum size 3 inches by 4 inches (76 by 101 mm), representing actual product, color, and patterns.
F.
Manufacturer's Certificates: Certify products meet or exceed specified requirements.
1.5
QUALITY ASSURANCE
A.
Installer Qualifications: An applicator acceptable to the manufacturer with documented experience in the installation of the traffic system specified.
B.
Pre-Application Meeting:
1.
Convene a pre-application meeting two weeks before the start of application of traffic coating system.
2.
Require attendance of parties directly affecting work of this section, including the Contractor, Applicator and Manufacturer's Representative.
3.
Review the surface preparation, application, cleaning, protection and coordination with other work.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Include a field sample if the project size and/or quality warrant taking such a precaution. Delete if not required.
 
C.
Field Sample: Provide a field sample for evaluation of surface preparation techniques and application workmanship.
1.
Finish areas designated by Architect.
2.
Do not proceed with remaining work until workmanship, color, and texture are approved by Architect.
3.
Refinish sample area as required to produce acceptable work.
4.
Maintain approved field sample during construction for workmanship comparison.
1.6
DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING
A.
Deliver and store products in manufacturer's original sealed containers, clearly marked with supplier's name, brand name and type of material until ready for installation.
B.
Storage and Handling: Recommended material storage temperature is 75 degrees F (23 degrees C). Handle products to prevent damage to container. All materials shall be stored in compliance with local fire and safety requirements. Do not store at high temperatures or in direct sunlight.
C.
Store and dispose of solvent-based materials, and materials used with solvent-based materials, in accordance with requirements of local authorities having jurisdiction.
1.7
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.
B.
Read and follow the Safety Data Sheet (SDS) and container labels for detailed health and safety information.
C.
Do not proceed with application of materials when substrate temperature is less than 40 degrees F, if precipitation is imminent, or to a damp, unclean or frosty surface.
1.
Ambient temperature should be a minimum 40 degrees F and rising, and more than 5 degrees F above dew point.
2.
Take special precautions when ambient and/or substrate temperatures are approaching, at, or above 100 degrees F and it may be necessary to limit material application to evening hours for exterior exposed decks.
D.
Coordinate traffic coating work with other trades. Applicator shall have sole right of access to the specified area for the time needed to complete the application and allow the system to cure adequately.
E.
Protect adjacent surfaces from damage resulting from installation of the system. If necessary, mask and/or cover adjacent surfaces, fixtures, equipment, etc. by suitable means.
F.
Provide adequate ventilation.
G.
Provide a suitable workstation to mix coating materials.
H.
Maintain work area in a neat and orderly condition, removing empty containers, rags and trash daily from the site.
1.8
WARRANTY
A.
Provide manufacturer's standard warranty for institutional, commercial, industrial, and high-rise/multi-family residential projects after substantial completion.
1.9
COORDINATION
A.
Coordinate Work with other operations and installation of traffic coating system to avoid damage to installed materials
PART 2 PRODUCTS
 
2.1
MANUFACTURERS
A.
Acceptable Manufacturer: NEOGARD , which is located at: 2728 Empire Central; Dallas, TX 75235-0288; Toll Free Tel: 800-321-6588; Tel: 214-353-1600; Fax: 214-357-7532; Email: request info (neogard@neogard.com); Web: www.neogard.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 ** Select the Pedestrian Traffic Coating and/or Vehicular Traffic Coating Finish(s) as required for the project from following paragraphs. Delete the paragraphs that are not applicable.
 
2.2
PEDESTRIAN TRAFFIC COATINGS
A.
PEDA-GARD: Single component, solvent based urethane system.
1.
Materials:
a.
Primer: Concrete and metal primers as required by NEOGARD.
b.
Flashing Tape: 86218 flashing tape.
c.
Reinforcing Fabric: 86220 reinforcing fabric (Tietex T-272).
d.
Sealant: 70991 or 70995 urethane sealant.
e.
Aggregate: 7992 (16/30 mesh) silica (quartz) sand.
f.
Base Coat: 70410 urethane coating.
g.
Wear Coat: 7440 series urethane coating.
h.
Topcoat: 7430 series urethane coating.
2.
Typical physical properties of cured 70410:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 412, 1,200 psi
b.
Elongation: ASTM D 412, 400%
c.
Permanent Set: ASTM D 412, <10%
d.
Tear Resistance: ASTM D 1004, 100 pli
e.
Water Resistance: ASTM D 471, <3% @ 7 days
f.
Taber Abrasion, 1,000 CS-17: ASTM D 4060, N/A
g.
Shore A: ASTM D 2240, 70-75
h.
Adhesion: ASTM D 4541, 300 psi
3.
Typical physical properties of cured 7430:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 412, 2,500 psi
b.
Elongation: ASTM D 412, 400%
c.
Permanent Set: ASTM D 412, <30%
d.
Tear Resistance: ASTM D 1004, 200 pli
e.
Water Resistance: ASTM D 471, <3% @ 7 days
f.
Taber Abrasion, 1,000 cs-17: ASTM D 4060, 25 mg
g.
Shore A: ASTM D 2240, 75-80
h.
Adhesion: ASTM D 4541, 300 psi
i.
Typical Physical Properties Of Cured Film: ASTM C 957, System Exceeds Requirements
4.
Provide miscellaneous materials such as cleaning agents, adhesives, closed cell backer rod, deck drains, etc., compatible with the specified system.
B.
PEDA-GARD ALIPHATIC: Single component, solvent based urethane system with aliphatic topcoat.
1.
Materials:
a.
Primer: Concrete and metal primers as required by NEOGARD.
b.
Flashing Tape: 86218 flashing tape.
c.
Reinforcing Fabric: 86220 reinforcing fabric (Tietex T-272)..
d.
Sealant: 70991 or 70995 urethane sealant.
e.
Aggregate: 7992 (16/30 mesh) silica (quartz) sand.
f.
Base Coat: 70410 urethane coating.
g.
Wear Coat: 7430 series urethane coating.
h.
Topcoat: 7470 series urethane coating.
2.
Typical physical properties of cured 70410:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 412, 1,200 psi
b.
Elongation: ASTM D 412, 400%
c.
Permanent Set: ASTM D 412, <10%
d.
Tear Resistance: ASTM D 1004, 100 pli
e.
Water Resistance: ASTM D 471, <3% @ 7 days
f.
Taber Abrasion, 1,000 cs-17: ASTM D 4060N/A
g.
Shore A: ASTM D 2240, 70-75
h.
Adhesion: ASTM D 4541, 300 psi
3.
Typical physical properties of cured 7430:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 412, 2,500 psi
b.
Elongation: ASTM D 412, 400%
c.
Permanent Set: ASTM D 412, <30%
d.
Tear Resistance: ASTM D 1004, 200 pli
e.
Water Resistance: ASTM D 471, <3% @ 7 days
f.
Taber Abrasion, 1,000 cs-17: ASTM D 4060, 25 mg
g.
Shore A: ASTM D 2240, 75-80
h.
Adhesion: ASTM D 4541, 300 psi
4.
Typical physical properties of cured 7470:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 412, 2,500 psi
b.
Elongation: ASTM D 412, 250%
c.
Permanent Set: ASTM D 412, <20%
d.
Tear Resistance: ASTM D 1004, 400 pli
e.
Water Resistance: ASTM D 471, 1% @ 7 days
f.
Taber Abrasion, 1,000 cs-17: ASTM D 4060, 10 mg
g.
Shore A: ASTM D 2240, 88-92
h.
Adhesion: ASTM D 4541, >400 psi
5.
Provide miscellaneous materials such as cleaning agents, adhesives, closed cell backer rod, deck drains, etc., compatible with the specified system.
C.
DECORATIVE PEDA-GARD Single component, solvent based urethane system utilizing decorative quartz aggregate and clear finish coat.
1.
Materials:
a.
Primer: Concrete and metal primers as required by NEOGARD.
b.
Flashing Tape: 86218 flashing tape.
c.
Reinforcing Fabric: 86220 reinforcing fabric (Tietex T-272).
d.
Sealant: 70991 or 70995 urethane sealant.
e.
Aggregate: Color as selected by the Architect.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select one of the following two aggregates and delete the one not required. Contact NEOGARD for available colors.
 
1)
Series 1: Estes Permacolor HP Quartz Granules (UV-stable), Medium (20/70 mesh).
2)
Series 2: Trowel-Rite (20/40 mesh) inorganic UV-stable quartz aggregate.
f.
Base Coat: 70410 or 7430 urethane coating.
g.
Wear Coat: 7430 series urethane coating.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select one of the following topcoats and delete the ones not required.
 
h.
Topcoat: Clear 70805/7952 Chemical Resistant Urethane (CRU).
i.
Topcoat: Clear 70815/70816 Chemical Resistant Urethane (CRU),
j.
Topcoat: Clear 70866/70816 Polyaspartic.
k.
Topcoat: Clear Acrylithane HS2.
l.
Topcoat: Clear Acrylithane HS4.
2.
Typical physical properties of cured 70410:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 412, 1,200 psi
b.
Elongation: ASTM D 412, 400%
c.
Permanent Set: ASTM D 412, <10%
d.
Tear Resistance: ASTM D 1004, 100 pli
e.
Water Resistance: ASTM D 471, <3% @ 7 days
f.
Taber Abrasion, 1,000 CS-17: ASTM D 4060, N/A
g.
Shore A: ASTM D 2240, 70-75
h.
Adhesion: ASTM D 4541, 300 psi
3.
Typical physical properties of cured 7430:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 412, 2,500 psi
b.
Elongation: ASTM D 412, 400%
c.
Permanent Set: ASTM D 412, <30%
d.
Tear Resistance: ASTM D 1004, 200 pli
e.
Water Resistance: ASTM D 471, <3% @ 7 days
f.
Taber Abrasion, 1,000 cs-17: ASTM D 4060, 25 mg
g.
Shore A: ASTM D 2240, 75-80
h.
Adhesion: ASTM D 4541, 300 psi
4.
Typical physical properties of cured 70805/7952 Chemical Resistant Urethane (CRU) topcoat material:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 412, 4,000 psi
b.
Elongation: ASTM D 412, 10%
c.
Water Resistance: ASTM D 471, <1%
d.
Taber Abrasion, 1,000 CS-17: ASTM D 4060, 40 mg
e.
Shore D: ASTM D 2240, NA
f.
Flammability: ASTM D 635, Pass
g.
Flexural Strength: ASTM D 790, N/A
h.
Flexural Modulus: ASTM D 790, N/A
5.
Typical physical properties of cured 70815/70816 Chemical Resistant Urethane (CRU) topcoat material:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 412, 3,446 psi
b.
Elongation: ASTM D 412, 27%
c.
Water Resistance: ASTM D 471, 0.44%
d.
Taber Abrasion, 1,000 CS-17: ASTM D 4060, 19 mg
e.
Shore D: ASTM D 2240, 58
f.
Flammability: ASTM D 635, Pass
g.
Flexural Strength: ASTM D 790, 239 psi
h.
Flexural Modulus: ASTM D 790, 6,360 psi
6.
Typical physical properties of cured 70866/70816 are:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 412, 2,200 psi
b.
Elongation: ASTM D 412, 95%
c.
Water Resistance: ASTM D 471, <10%
d.
Taber Abrasion, 1,000 CS-17: ASTM D 4060, 50 mg
e.
Shore D: ASTM D 2240, 80-90
f.
Flammability: ASTM D 635, Pass
g.
Flexural Strength: ASTM D 790, NA
h.
Flexural Modulus: ASTM D 790, NA
7.
Provide miscellaneous materials such as cleaning agents, adhesives, closed cell backer rod, deck drains, etc., compatible with the specified system.
D.
DECORATIVE PEDA-GARD FLAKE: Single component, solvent based urethane system utilizing decorative flakes and clear finish coat.
1.
Components:
a.
Primer: Concrete and metal primers as required by NEOGARD.
b.
Flashing Tape: 86218 flashing tape.
c.
Reinforcing Fabric: 86220 reinforcing fabric (Tietex T-272).
d.
Sealant: 70991 or 70995 urethane sealant.
e.
Aggregate: UV-stable flakes. Color as selected by the Architect.
f.
Base Coat: 70410 or 7430 Series polyurethane coating.
g.
Wear Coat: 7470 Series polyurethane coating.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select one of the following topcoats and delete the ones not required. 70805/7952 Chemical Resistant Urethane (CRU) is standard; use 70815/70816 Chemical Resistant Urethane (CRU) Polyaspartic for locations where a faster return to service is desired.
 
h.
Topcoat: Clear 70805/7952 Chemical Resistant Urethane (CRU).
i.
Topcoat: Clear 70815/70816 Chemical Resistant Urethane (CRU).
2.
Typical physical properties of cured 70410:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 412, 1,200 psi
b.
Elongation: ASTM D 412, 400%
c.
Permanent Set: ASTM D 412, <10%
d.
Tear Resistance: ASTM D 1004, 100 pli
e.
Water Resistance: ASTM D 471, <3% @ 7 days
f.
Taber Abrasion, 1,000 cs-17: ASTM D 4060, N/A
g.
Shore A: ASTM D 2240, 70-75
h.
Adhesion: ASTM D 4541, 300 psi
3.
Typical physical properties of cured 7430:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 412, 2,500 psi
b.
Elongation: ASTM D 412, 400%
c.
Permanent Set: ASTM D 412, <30%
d.
Tear Resistance: ASTM D 1004, 200 pli
e.
Water Resistance: ASTM D 471, <3% @ 7 days
f.
Taber Abrasion, 1,000 cs-17: ASTM D 4060, 25 mg
g.
Shore A: ASTM D 2240, 75-80
h.
Adhesion: ASTM D 4541, 300 psi
4.
Typical physical properties of cured 7470:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 412, 2,500 psi
b.
Elongation: ASTM D 412, 250%
c.
Permanent Set: ASTM D 412, <20%
d.
Tear Resistance: ASTM D 1004, 400 pli
e.
Water Resistance: ASTM D 471, <1% @ 7 days
f.
Taber Abrasion, 1,000 cs-17: ASTM D 4060, 10 mg
g.
Shore A: ASTM D 2240, 75-80
h.
Adhesion: ASTM D 4541, 300 psi
5.
Typical physical properties of cured 70805/7952 Chemical Resistant Urethane (CRU) topcoat material:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 412, 4,000 psi
b.
Elongation: ASTM D 412, 10%
c.
Water Resistance: ASTM D 471, <1%
d.
Taber Abrasion, 1,000 cs-17: ASTM D 4060, 40 mg
e.
Shore D: ASTM D 2240, NA
f.
Flammability: ASTM D 635, Pass
g.
Flexural Strength: ASTM D 790, N/A
h.
Flexural Modulus: ASTM D 790, N/A
6.
Typical physical properties of cured 70815/70816 Chemical Resistant Urethane (CRU) topcoat material:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 412, 3,446 psi
b.
Elongation: ASTM D 412, 27%
c.
Water Resistance: ASTM D 471, 0.44%
d.
Taber Abrasion, 1,000 cs-17: ASTM D 4060, 19 mg
e.
Shore D: ASTM D 2240, 58
f.
Flammability: ASTM D 635, Pass
g.
Flexural Strength: ASTM D 790, 239 psi
h.
Flexural Modulus: ASTM D 790, 6,360 psi
7.
Provide miscellaneous materials such as cleaning agents, adhesives, closed cell backer rod, deck drains, etc., compatible with the specified system.
E.
PEDA-GARD FC: Two component, fast cure, low odor urethane system:
1.
Components:
a.
Primer: Concrete and metal primers as required by NEOGARD.
b.
Flashing Tape: 86218 flashing tape.
c.
Reinforcing Fabric: 86220 reinforced fabric (Tietex T-272).
d.
Sealant: 70991 or 70995 urethane sealant.
e.
Aggregate: 7992 (16/30 mesh) silica (quartz) sand.
f.
Base Coat: FC7500/FC7960 urethane coating.
g.
Wear Coat: FC7510/FC7961 urethane coating.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select one of the following topcoats and delete the one not required.
 
h.
Topcoat: FC7510/FC7961 for Non-UV Exposed Applications Only.
i.
Topcoat: FC7540/FC7964 for UV Exposed Applications.
2.
Typical physical properties of cured FC7500/FC7960:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 412, 1,500 psi
b.
Elongation: ASTM D 412, 500%
c.
Permanent Set: ASTM D 412, <20%
d.
Tear Resistance: ASTM D 1004, 150 pli
e.
Water Resistance: ASTM D 471, <1% @ 7 days
f.
Taber Abrasion, 1,000 CS-17: ASTM D 4060, N/A
g.
Shore A: ASTM D 2240, 74-79
h.
Adhesion: ASTM D 4541, 400 psi
3.
Typical physical properties of cured FC7510/FC7961:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 412,
b.
Elongation: ASTM D 412, 75%
c.
Water Resistance: ASTM D 570@ 24 hours
d.
Permanent Set: ASTM D 412,
e.
Tear Resistance: ASTM D 1004,
f.
Water Resistance: ASTM D 471,
g.
Taber Abrasion, 1,000 CS-17: ASTM D 4060,
h.
Shore A: ASTM D 2240,
i.
Adhesion: ASTM D 4541,
4.
Typical physical properties of cured FC7540/FC7964:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 412, 2,000 psi
b.
Elongation: ASTM D 412, 75%
c.
Water Resistance: ASTM D 570@ 24 hours, 0.44%
d.
Permanent Set: ASTM D 412, <10%
e.
Tear Resistance: ASTM D 1004, 155 pli
f.
Water Resistance: ASTM D 471, <2% @ 7 days
g.
Taber Abrasion, 1,000 CSs-17: ASTM D 4060, 95 mg
h.
Shore A: ASTM D 2240, 80-90
i.
Adhesion: ASTM D 4541, 400 psi
5.
Typical physical properties of cured film: ASTM C 957 System Exceeds Requirements
6.
Provide miscellaneous materials such as cleaning agents, adhesives, closed cell backer rod, deck drains, etc., compatible with the specified system.
F.
PEDA-GARD FC ALIPHATIC: Two component, fast cure, low odor urethane system with tintable topcoat.
1.
Components:
a.
Primer: Concrete and metal primers as required by NEOGARD.
b.
Flashing Tape: 86218 flashing tape.
c.
Reinforcing Fabric: 86220 reinforcing fabric (Tietex T-272).
d.
Sealant: 70991 or 70995 urethane sealant.
e.
Aggregate: 7992 (16/30 mesh) silica (quartz) sand.
f.
Base Coat: FC7500/FC7960 Series urethane coating.
g.
Wear Coat: FC7510/FC7961 Series urethane coating.
h.
Topcoat: FC7530/FC7963
2.
Typical physical properties of cured FC7500/FC7960:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 412, 1,500 psi
b.
Elongation: ASTM D 412, 500%
c.
Permanent Set: ASTM D 412, <20%
d.
Tear Resistance: ASTM D 1004, 150 pli
e.
Water Resistance: ASTM D 471, 1% @ 7 days
f.
Shore A: ASTM D 2240, 74-79
g.
Adhesion: ASTM D 4541, 400 psi
h.
Taber Abrasion, 1,000 cs-17: ASTM D 4060, N/A
3.
Typical physical properties of cured FC7510/FC7961:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 412, 2,200 psi
b.
Elongation: ASTM D 412, 80%
c.
Permanent Set: ASTM D 412, <10%
d.
Tear Resistance: ASTM D 1004, 165 pli
e.
Water Resistance: ASTM D 471, <1% @ 7 days
f.
Shore A: ASTM D 2240, 84-90
g.
Adhesion: ASTM D 4541, 400 psi
h.
Taber Abrasion, 1,000 cs-17: ASTM D 4060, 55 mg.
4.
Typical physical properties of cured FC7530/FC7963:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 412, 4,000 psi
b.
Elongation: ASTM D 412, 350%
c.
Permanent Set: ASTM D 412, <20%
d.
Tear Resistance: ASTM D 1004, 400 pli
e.
Water Resistance: ASTM D 570, 1% @ 7 days
f.
Taber Abrasion, 1,000 cs-17: ASTM D 4060, 10 mg
g.
Shore A: ASTM D 2240, 92-96
h.
Adhesion: ASTM D 4541, >400 psi
5.
Provide miscellaneous materials such as cleaning agents, adhesives, closed cell backer rod, deck drains, etc., compatible with the specified system.
G.
DECORATIVE PEDA-GARD FC Two component, fast cure, low odor urethane system utilizing decorative quartz aggregate and clear finish coat.
1.
Materials:
a.
Primer: Concrete and metal primers as required by NEOGARD.
b.
Flashing Tape: 86218 flashing tape.
c.
Reinforcing Fabric: 86220 reinforcing fabric (Tietex T-272).
d.
Sealant: 70991 or 70995 urethane sealant.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select one of the following two aggregate paragraphs and delete the one not required.
 
e.
Aggregate: Series 1: Estes Permacolor HP Quartz Granules (UV stable), Medium (20/70 mesh)
f.
Aggregate: Series 2: Trowel-Rite (20/40 mesh) inorganic UV stable quartz aggregate.Base Coat: FC7500/FC7960 urethane coating.
g.
Wear Coat: FC7510/FC7961 series urethane coating.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select one of the following topcoats and delete the one not required. Use FC70866/ FC70816 for faster curing and use applications.
 
h.
Topcoat: 70815/770816 chemical resistant urethane (CRU).
i.
Topcoat: 70866/70816 clear polyaspartic.
2.
Typical physical properties of cured FC7500/FC7960 are:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 412, 1,500 psi
b.
Elongation: ASTM D 412, 500%
c.
Permanent Set: ASTM D 412, <20%
d.
Tear Resistance: ASTM D 1004, 150 pli
e.
Water Resistance: ASTM D 471, <1% @ 7 days
f.
Taber Abrasion, 1,000 CS-17: ASTM D 4060, N/A
g.
Shore A: ASTM D 2240, 74-79
h.
Adhesion: ASTM D 4541, 400 psi
3.
Typical physical properties of cured FC7510/FC7961 are:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 412, 2,200 psi
b.
Elongation: ASTM D 412, 80%
c.
Permanent Set: ASTM D 412, <10%
d.
Tear Resistance: ASTM D 1004, 165 pli
e.
Water Resistance: ASTM D 471, <1% @ 7 days
f.
Taber Abrasion, 1,000 CS-17: ASTM D 4060, 55 mg
g.
Shore A: ASTM D 2240, 84-90
h.
Adhesion: ASTM D 4541, 400 psi
4.
Typical physical properties of cured 70815/70816 are:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 412, 3,446 psi
b.
Elongation: ASTM D 412, 27%
c.
Water Resistance: ASTM D 471, <2% @ 7 days
d.
Taber Abrasion, 1,000 CS-17: ASTM D 4060, 95 mg
e.
Shore D: ASTM D 2240, 80-90
f.
Flammability: ASTM D 635, Pass
g.
Flexural Strength: ASTM D 790, 239 psi
h.
Flexural Modulus: ASTM D 790, 6,360 psi
5.
Typical physical properties of cured 70866/70816 are:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 412, 2,200 psi
b.
Elongation: ASTM D 412, 95%
c.
Water Resistance: ASTM D 471, <10%
d.
Taber Abrasion, 1,000 CS-17: ASTM D 4060, 50 mg
e.
Shore D: ASTM D 2240, 80-90
f.
Flammability: ASTM D 635, Pass
g.
Flexural Strength: ASTM D 790, NA
h.
Flexural Modulus: ASTM D 790, NA
6.
Provide miscellaneous materials such as cleaning agents, adhesives, closed cell backer rod, deck drains, etc., compatible with the specified system.
H.
DECORATIVE PEDA-GARD FC FLAKE Two Component Urethane: Seamless waterproof membrane with field texture and integral wearing surface.
1.
Materials:
a.
Primer: Concrete and metal primers as required by NEOGARD.
b.
Flashing Tape: 86218 flashing tape.
c.
Reinforcing Fabric: 86220 reinforcing fabric (Tietex T-272).
d.
Sealant: 70991 or 70995 urethane sealant.
e.
Aggregate: UV stable flake..
f.
Base Coat: FC7500/FC7960 urethane coating.
g.
Wear Coat: FC7540/FC7964 urethane coating.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select one of the following two topcoats and delete the one not required.
 
h.
Topcoat: 70805/7952 Chemical Resistant Urethane (CRU).
i.
Topcoat: 70866/70816 Polyaspartic
2.
Typical physical properties of cured FC7500/FC7960:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 412, 1,500 psi
b.
Elongation: ASTM D 412, 500%
c.
Permanent Set: ASTM D 412, <20%
d.
Tear Resistance: ASTM D 1004, 150 pli
e.
Water Resistance: ASTM D 471, <1% @ 7 days
f.
Taber Abrasion, 1,000 cs-17: ASTM D 4060, N/A
g.
Shore A: ASTM D 2240, 74-79
h.
Adhesion: ASTM D 4541, 400 psi
3.
Typical physical properties of cured FC7540/FC7964:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 412, 2,000 psi
b.
Elongation: ASTM D 412, 95%
c.
Permanent Set: ASTM D 412, <10%
d.
Tear Resistance: ASTM D 1004, 155 pli
e.
Water Resistance: ASTM D 471, <2% @ 7 days
f.
Shore A: ASTM D 2240, 80-90
g.
Adhesion: ASTM D 4541, 400 psi
h.
Taber Abrasion, 1,000 CS-17: ASTM D 4060, 50 mg
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select one of the following two topcoat paragraphs and delete the one not required. Use 70805/7952 for chemical resistant applications.
 
4.
Typical physical properties of cured 70805/7952:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 412, 4,000 psi
b.
Elongation: ASTM D 412, 10%
c.
Water Resistance: ASTM D 471, <1%
d.
Taber Abrasion, 1,000 CS-17: ASTM D 4060, 40 mg
e.
Shore D: ASTM D 2240, NA
f.
Flammability: ASTM D 635, Pass
g.
Flexural Strength: ASTM D 790, N/A
h.
Flexural Modulus: ASTM D 790, N/A
5.
Typical physical properties of cured 70866/70816 are:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 412, 2,200 psi
b.
Elongation: ASTM D 412, 95%
c.
Water Resistance: ASTM D 471, <10%
d.
Taber Abrasion, 1,000 CS-17: ASTM D 4060, 50 mg
e.
Shore D: ASTM D 2240, 80-90
f.
Flammability: ASTM D 635, Pass
g.
Flexural Strength: ASTM D 790, NA
h.
Flexural Modulus: ASTM D 790, NA
6.
Provide miscellaneous materials such as cleaning agents, adhesives, closed cell backer rod, deck drains, etc., compatible with the specified system.
I.
PEDA-GARD M Two component, fast cure, low odor urethane system with optional epoxy topcoat.
1.
Materials:
a.
Primer: Concrete and metal primers as required by NEOGARD.
b.
Flashing Tape: 86218 flashing tape.
c.
Reinforcing Fabric: 86220 reinforcing fabric (Tietex T-272).
d.
Sealant: 70991 or 70995 urethane sealant.
e.
Aggregate: 7992 (16/30 mesh) silica (quartz) sand.
f.
Base Coat: FC7500/FC7960 urethane coating.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select one of the following two topcoats and delete the one not required. For standard topcoat use epoxy topcoat. When time is of the essence, use the fast-cure urethane topcoat.
 
g.
Topcoat: 70714/70715-09 100% solids pigmented epoxy.
h.
Topcoat: FC7510/FC7961 polyurethane.
2.
Typical physical properties of cured FC7500/FC7960:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 412, FC7500/FC7960, 1,500 psi
b.
Elongation: ASTM D 412, FC7500/FC7960, 500%
c.
Permanent Set: ASTM D 412, FC7500/FC7960, <20%
d.
Tear Resistance: ASTM D 1004, FC7500/FC7960, 150 pli
e.
Water Resistance: ASTM D 471, FC7500/FC7960, <1% @ 7 days
f.
Taber Abrasion, 1,000 cs-17: ASTM D 4060, FC7500/FC7960, N/A
g.
Shore A: ASTM D 2240, FC7500/FC7960, 74-79
h.
Adhesion: ASTM D 4541, FC7500/FC7960, 400 psi
3.
Typical physical properties of cured 70714/70715-09:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 412, 2,000 psi
b.
Elongation: ASTM D 638, 40%
c.
Water Resistance: ASTM D 570, 0.17%
d.
Taber Abrasion, 1,000 CS-17: ASTM D 4060, 61 mg
e.
Adhesion: ASTM D 4541, 400 psi
4.
Typical physical properties of cured FC7510/FC7961:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 412, 2,200 psi
b.
Elongation: ASTM D 412, 80%
c.
Permanent Set: ASTM D 412, <10%
d.
Tear Resistance: ASTM D 1004, 165 pli
e.
Water Resistance: ASTM D 471, <1% @ 7 days
f.
Taber Abrasion, 1,000 CS-17: ASTM D 4060, 55 mg
g.
Shore A: ASTM D 2240, 84-90
h.
Adhesion: ASTM D 4541, 400 psi
5.
Provide miscellaneous materials such as cleaning agents, adhesives, closed cell backer rod, deck drains, etc., compatible with the specified system.
2.3
VEHICULAR TRAFFIC COATINGS
A.
AUTO-GARD T Single component, solvent based urethane system with pre-mixed aggregate topcoat.
1.
Materials:
a.
Primer: Concrete and metal primers as required by NEOGARD.
b.
Flashing Tape: 86218 flashing tape.
c.
Reinforcing Fabric: 86220 reinforcing fabric (Tietex T-272).
d.
Sealant: 70991 or 70995 urethane sealant.
e.
Aggregate: 7992 (16/30 mesh) silica (quartz) sand.
f.
Base Coat: 70410 urethane coating.
g.
Heavy Duty Wear Coat: 70420 series urethane coating.
h.
Topcoat: 70420 series urethane coating.
2.
Typical physical properties of cured 70410:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 412, 1,500 psi
b.
Elongation: ASTM D 412, 500%
c.
Permanent Set: ASTM D 412, <20%
d.
Tear Resistance: ASTM D 1004, 150 pli
e.
Water Resistance: ASTM D 471, <1% @ 7 days
f.
Taber Abrasion, 1,000 CS-17: ASTM D 4060, 30 mg.
g.
Shore A: ASTM D 2240, 74-79
h.
Adhesion: ASTM D 4541, 400 psi
i.
Peel Adhesion: ASTM D 903, NA
3.
Typical physical properties of cured 70420:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 412, 2,500 psi
b.
Elongation: ASTM D 412, 350%
c.
Permanent Set: ASTM D 412, <30%
d.
Tear Resistance: ASTM D 1004, 253 pli
e.
Water Resistance: ASTM D 471, NA
f.
Taber Abrasion, 1,000 CS-17: ASTM D 4060, 39.6 mg
g.
Shore A: ASTM D 2240, 78
h.
Adhesion: ASTM D 4541, NA
i.
Peel Adhesion: ASTM D 903, 19.31 pli
4.
Provide miscellaneous materials such as cleaning agents, adhesives, closed cell backer rod, deck drains, etc., compatible with the specified system.
B.
AUTO-GARD FC T: Two component, fast cure, low odor urethane system with pre-mixed aggregate topcoat.
1.
Components:
a.
Primer: Concrete and metal primers as required by NEOGARD.
b.
Flashing Tape: 86218 flashing tape.
c.
Reinforcing Fabric: 86220 reinforcing fabric (Tietex T-272).
d.
Sealant: 70991 or 70995 urethane sealant.
e.
Base Coat: FC7500/FC7960 urethane coating.
f.
Heavy Duty Wear Coat: FC7545/FC7964 urethane coating.
g.
Topcoat: 7545/7964 Series urethane coating.
2.
Typical physical properties of cured FC7500/FC7960:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 412, 1,500 psi
b.
Elongation: ASTM D 412, 500%
c.
Permanent Set: ASTM D 412, <20%
d.
Tear Resistance: ASTM D 1004, 150 pli
e.
Water Resistance: ASTM D 471, <1% @ 7 days
f.
Shore A: ASTM D 2240, 74-79
g.
Adhesion: ASTM D 4541, 400 psi
3.
Typical physical properties of cured 7545/7964:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 412, 1,693 psi
b.
Elongation: ASTM D 412, 288%
c.
Permanent Set: ASTM D 412, N/A
d.
Tear Resistance: ASTM D 1004, 90.6 pli
e.
Water Resistance: ASTM D 471, <2% @ 7 days N/A
f.
Shore A: ASTM D 2240, 92
g.
Adhesion: ASTM D 4541, N/A
4.
Provide miscellaneous materials such as cleaning agents, adhesives, closed cell backer rod, deck drains, etc., compatible with the specified system.
C.
AUTO-GARD: Single component, solvent based urethane system.
1.
Materials:
a.
Primer: Concrete and metal primers as required by NEOGARD.
b.
Flashing Tape: 86218 flashing tape.
c.
Reinforcing Fabric: 86220 reinforcing fabric (Tietex T-272).
d.
Sealant: 70991 or 70995 urethane sealant.
e.
Aggregate: 7992 (16/30 mesh) silica (quartz) sand.
f.
Base Coat: 70410 urethane coating.
g.
Wear Coat: 7430 series urethane coating.
h.
Topcoat: 7430 series urethane coating.
2.
Typical physical properties of cured 70410:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 412, 1,200 psi
b.
Elongation: ASTM D 412, 400%
c.
Permanent Set: ASTM D 412, <10%
d.
Tear Resistance: ASTM D 1004, 100 pli
e.
Water Resistance: ASTM D 471, <3% @ 7 days
f.
Taber Abrasion, 1,000 CS-17: ASTM D 4060, 30 mg.
g.
Shore A: ASTM D 2240, 70-75
h.
Adhesion: ASTM D 4541, 300 psi
3.
Typical physical properties of cured 7430:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 412, 2,500 psi
b.
Elongation: ASTM D 412, 400%
c.
Permanent Set: ASTM D 412, <30%
d.
Tear Resistance: ASTM D 1004, 200 pli
e.
Water Resistance: ASTM D 471, <3% @ 7 days
f.
Taber Abrasion, 1,000 CS-17: ASTM D 4060, 25 mg
g.
Shore A: ASTM D 2240, 75-80
h.
Adhesion: ASTM D 4541, 300 psi
4.
Typical Physical Properties of Cured Film: ASTM C 957, System Exceeds Requirements
5.
Provide miscellaneous materials such as cleaning agents, adhesives, closed cell backer rod, deck drains, etc., compatible with the specified system.
D.
AUTO-GARD ALIPHATIC: Single component, solvent based urethane system with aliphatic topcoat.
1.
Materials:
a.
Primer: Concrete and metal primers as required by NEOGARD.
b.
Flashing Tape: 86218 flashing tape.
c.
Reinforcing Fabric: 86220 reinforcing fabric (Tietex T-272).
d.
Sealant: 70991 or 70995 urethane sealant.
e.
Aggregate: 7992 (16/30) mesh silica (quartz) sand.
f.
Base Coat: 70410 urethane coating.
g.
Wear Coat: 7430 series urethane coating.
h.
Topcoat: 7470 series aliphatic urethane coating.
2.
Typical physical properties of cured 70410:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 412, 1,200 psi
b.
Elongation: ASTM D 412, 400%
c.
Permanent Set: ASTM D 412, <10% you
d.
Tear Resistance: ASTM D 1004, 100 pli
e.
Water Resistance: ASTM D 471, <3% @ 7 days
f.
Taber Abrasion, 1,000 CS-17: ASTM D 4060, 360 mg
g.
Shore A: ASTM D 2240, 70-75
h.
Adhesion: ASTM D 4541, 300 psi
3.
Typical physical properties of cured 7430:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 412, 2,500 psi
b.
Elongation: ASTM D 412, 400%
c.
Permanent Set: ASTM D 412, <30%
d.
Tear Resistance: ASTM D 1004, 200 pli
e.
Water Resistance: ASTM D 471, <3% @ 7 days
f.
Taber Abrasion, 1,000 CS-17: ASTM D 4060, 25 mg
g.
Shore A: ASTM D 2240, 75-80
h.
Adhesion: ASTM D 4541, 300 psi
4.
Typical physical properties of cured 7470:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 412, 2,500 psi
b.
Elongation: ASTM D 412, 250%
c.
Permanent Set: ASTM D 412, <20%
d.
Tear Resistance: ASTM D 1004, 400 pli
e.
Water Resistance: ASTM D 471, <1% @ 7 days
f.
Taber Abrasion, 1,000 CS-17: ASTM D 4060, 10 mg
g.
Shore A: ASTM D 2240, 88-92
h.
Adhesion: ASTM D 4541, >400 psi
5.
Provide miscellaneous materials such as cleaning agents, adhesives, closed cell backer rod, deck drains, etc., compatible with the specified system.
E.
AUTO-GARD FC: Two component, fast cure, low odor urethane system.
1.
Components:
a.
Primer: Concrete and metal primers as required by NEOGARD.
b.
Flashing Tape: 86218 flashing tape.
c.
Reinforcing Fabric: 86220 reinforcing fabric (Tietex T-272).
d.
Sealant: 70991 or 70995 urethane sealant.
e.
Aggregate: 7992 (12/20 mesh) silica (quartz) sand.
f.
Base Coat: FC7500/FC7960 Series urethane coating.
g.
Wear Coat: FC7510/FC7961 Series urethane coating.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select one of the following topcoats and delete the one not required.
 
h.
Topcoat: FC7510/FC7961 Series urethane for Non-UV Exposed Applications Only.
i.
Topcoat: FC7540/FC7964 Series urethane for UV Exposed Applications.
2.
Typical physical properties of cured FC7500/FC7960:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 412, 1,500 psi
b.
Elongation: ASTM D 412, 500%
c.
Permanent Set: ASTM D 412, <20%
d.
Tear Resistance: ASTM D 1004, 150 pli
e.
Water Resistance: ASTM D 471, <1% @ 7 days
f.
Taber Abrasion, 1,000 CS-17: ASTM D 4060, N/A
g.
Shore A: ASTM D 2240, 74-79
h.
Adhesion: ASTM D 4541, 400 psi
3.
Typical physical properties of cured FC7510/FC7961:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 412, 2,200 psi
b.
Elongation: ASTM D 412, 80%
c.
Permanent Set: ASTM D 412, <10%
d.
Tear Resistance: ASTM D 1004, 165 pli
e.
Water Resistance: ASTM D 471, <1% @ 7 days
f.
Taber Abrasion, 1,000 CS-17: ASTM D 4060, 55 mg.
g.
Shore A: ASTM D 2240, 84-90
h.
Adhesion: ASTM D 4541, 400 psi
4.
Typical physical properties of cured FC7540/FC7964:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 412, 2,000 psi
b.
Elongation: ASTM D 412, 75%
c.
Water Resistance: ASTM D 570@ 24 hours, 0.44%
d.
Permanent Set: ASTM D 412, <10%
e.
Tear Resistance: ASTM D 1004, 155 pli
f.
Water Resistance: ASTM D 471, <2% @ 7 days
g.
Taber Abrasion, 1,000 CS-17: ASTM D 4060, 95 mg
h.
Shore A: ASTM D 2240, 80-90
i.
Adhesion: ASTM D 4541, 400 psi
5.
Typical physical properties of cured film: ASTM C 957 System Exceeds Requirements
6.
Provide miscellaneous materials such as cleaning agents, adhesives, closed cell backer rod, deck drains, etc., compatible with the specified system.
F.
AUTO-GARD FC ALIPHATIC: Two component, fast cure, low odor urethane system with tintable topcoat.
1.
Components:
a.
Primer: Concrete and metal primers as required by NEOGARD.
b.
Flashing Tape: 86218 flashing tape.
c.
Reinforcing Fabric: 86220 reinforcing fabric (Tietex T-272).
d.
Sealant: 70991 or 70995 urethane sealant.
e.
Aggregate: 7992 (16/30 mesh) silica (quartz) sand.
f.
Base Coat: FC7500/FC7960 Series urethane coating.
g.
Wear Coat: FC7510/FC7961 Series urethane coating.
h.
Topcoat: FC7530/FC7963 Series urethane coating.
2.
Typical physical properties of cured FC7500/FC7960:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 412, 1,500 psi
b.
Elongation: ASTM D 412, 500%
c.
Permanent Set: ASTM D 412, <20%
d.
Tear Resistance: ASTM D 1004, 150 pli
e.
Water Resistance: ASTM D 471, <1% @ 7 days
f.
Taber Abrasion, 1,000 cs-17: ASTM D 4060, N/A
g.
Shore A: ASTM D 2240, 74-79
h.
Adhesion: ASTM D 4541, >400 psi
3.
Typical physical properties of cured FC7510/FC7961:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 412, 2,200 psi
b.
Elongation: ASTM D 412, 80%
c.
Permanent Set: ASTM D 412, <10%
d.
Tear Resistance: ASTM D 1004, 165 pli
e.
Water Resistance: ASTM D 471, <1% @ 7 days
f.
Taber Abrasion, 1,000 cs-17: ASTM D 4060, 55 mg.
g.
Shore A: ASTM D 2240, 84-90
h.
Adhesion: ASTM D 4541, 400 psi
4.
Typical physical properties of cured FC7530/FC7963:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 412, 4,000 psi
b.
Elongation: ASTM D 412, 350%
c.
Permanent Set: ASTM D 412, <20%
d.
Tear Resistance: ASTM D 1004, 400 pli
e.
Water Resistance: ASTM D 471, <1% @ 7 days
f.
Taber Abrasion, 1,000 cs-17: ASTM D 4060, 10 mg
g.
Shore A: ASTM D 2240, FC7500/FC7960, 92-96
h.
Adhesion: ASTM D 4541, 400 psi
5.
Provide miscellaneous materials such as cleaning agents, adhesives, closed cell backer rod, deck drains, etc., compatible with the specified system.
G.
AUTO-GARD E: Two component, urethane/epoxy hybrid system with optional topcoats.
1.
Components:
a.
Primer: Concrete and metal primers as required by NEOGARD.
b.
Flashing Tape: 86218 flashing tape.
c.
Reinforcing Fabric: 86220 reinforcing fabric (Tietex T-272).
d.
Sealant: 70991 or 70995 urethane sealant.
e.
Aggregate: 7992-U (12/20 mesh) silica (quartz) sand or #16 aluminum oxide.
f.
Base Coat: FC7500/FC7960 urethane coating.
g.
Wear Coat: 70714/70715-09 clear 100% solids epoxy.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select one of the following topcoats and delete the one not required.
 
h.
Topcoat: 70714/70715-09 Series pigmented 100% solids epoxy.
i.
Topcoat: FC7540/FC7964 Series urethane coating.
2.
Typical physical properties of cured FC7500/FC7960:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 412, 1,500 psi
b.
Elongation: ASTM D 412, 500%
c.
Permanent Set: ASTM D 412, <20%
d.
Tear Resistance: ASTM D 1004, 150 pli
e.
Water Resistance: ASTM D 471, <1% @ 7 days
f.
Taber Abrasion, 1,000 CS-17: ASTM D 4060, N/A
g.
Shore A: ASTM D 2240, 74-79
h.
Adhesion: ASTM D 4541, 400 psi
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select one of the following topcoats and delete the one not required.
 
3.
Typical physical properties of cured 70714/70715-09:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 638, 2,000 psi
b.
Elongation: ASTM D 638, 40%
c.
Permanent Set: ASTM D 412, NA
d.
Tear Resistance: ASTM D 1004, NA
e.
Water Resistance: ASTM D 570, 0.17%
f.
Taber Abrasion, 1,000 CS-17: ASTM D 4060, 61 mg
g.
Shore A: ASTM D 2240, 77
h.
Adhesion: ASTM D 4541, N/A
4.
Typical physical properties of cured FC7540/FC7964::
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 412, 2,000 psi
b.
Elongation: ASTM D 412, 75%
c.
Permanent Set: ASTM D 412, <10%
d.
Tear Resistance: ASTM D 1004, 155 pli
e.
Water Resistance: ASTM D 471, <2% @ 7 days
f.
Taber Abrasion, 1,000 CS-17: ASTM D 4060, 90 mg.
g.
Shore A: ASTM D 2240, 80-90
h.
Adhesion: ASTM D 4541, 400 psi
H.
AUTO-GARD F: Two component, urethane/epoxy hybrid system with optional topcoats; incorporates a coarse aggregate designed for steep ramps or other high traction applications.
1.
Components:
a.
Primer: Concrete and metal primers as required by NEOGARD.
b.
Flashing Tape: 86218 flashing tape.
c.
Reinforcing Fabric: 86220 reinforcing fabric (Tietex T-272).
d.
Sealant: 70991 or 70995 urethane sealant.
e.
Aggregate: Uniformly graded #3 flint..
f.
Base Coat: FC7500/FC7960 urethane coating.
g.
Wear Coat: 70714/70715-09 clear 100% solids epoxy.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select one of the following topcoats and delete the one not required.
 
h.
Topcoat: 70714/70715-9 series 100% solids pigmented epoxy for Non-UV Exposed Applications Only.
i.
Topcoat: FC7540/FC7964 series urethane coating for UV Exposed Applications.
2.
Typical physical properties of cured FC7500/FC7960:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 412, 1,500 psi
b.
Elongation: ASTM D 412, 500%
c.
Permanent Set: ASTM D 412, <20%
d.
Tear Resistance: ASTM D 1004, 150 pli
e.
Water Resistance: ASTM D 471, <1% @ 7 days
f.
Taber Abrasion, 1,000 CS-17: ASTM D 4060, N/A
g.
Shore A: ASTM D 2240, 74-79
h.
Adhesion: ASTM D 4541, 400 psi
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select one of the following topcoats and delete the one not required.
 
3.
Typical physical properties of cured 70714/70715-9:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 638, 2,000 psi
b.
Elongation: ASTM D 638, 40%
c.
Permanent Set: ASTM D 412, NA
d.
Tear Resistance: ASTM D 1004, NA
e.
Water Resistance: ASTM D 570, 0.17%
f.
Taber Abrasion, 1,000 CS-17: ASTM D 4060, 61 mg
g.
Shore A: ASTM D 2240, N/A
h.
Adhesion: ASTM D 4541, 400 psi
4.
Typical physical properties of cured FC7540/FC7964:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 412, 2,000 psi
b.
Elongation: ASTM D 412, 75%
c.
Permanent Set: ASTM D 412, <10%
d.
Tear Resistance: ASTM D 1004, 155 pli
e.
Water Resistance: ASTM D 471, <2% @ 7 days
f.
Taber Abrasion, 1,000 CS-17: ASTM D 4060, 95 mg
g.
Shore A: ASTM D 2240, 80-90
h.
Adhesion: ASTM D 4541, 400 psi
2.4
MIXING
A.
Comply with manufacturer's instructions for mixing procedures.
PART 3 EXECUTION
 
3.1
EXAMINATION
A.
Do not begin installation until substrates have been properly prepared.
B.
Concrete: Verify that work done under other sections meets the following requirements:
1.
Concrete surface is free of ridges and sharp projections, sound and dry.
2.
Concrete has cured for a minimum of 28 days. Concrete has a minimum of 3,500 psi (pedestrian) or 4,000 psi (vehicular) compressive strength. That concrete curing agents, if any, are of the sodium silicate base type only; others if used shall require written approval by NEOGARD.
3.
That the concrete was finished by a power or hand steel trowel followed by soft hair broom to obtain light texture or "sidewalk"finish.
4.
Damaged areas of concrete substrate have been restored to match adjacent areas. Use 70714/70715-09 clear 100% solids epoxy and oven-dry silica aggregate approved by NEOGARD for filling and leveling at a ratio of one part epoxy mixed with four parts aggregate by volume.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select the following paragraph for use over wood substrate with PEDA-GARD, PEDA-GARD ALIPHATIC, PEDA-GARD FC ALIPHATIC, and PEDA-GARD FC only. Delete if not applicable
 
C.
Plywood: Verify that the plywood deck work done under other sections meets the following requirements:
1.
Plywood is of exterior grade quality and minimum
2.
APA (The Engineered Wood Association) grade mark of BC EXT with B side to receive coating. Plywood shall be at least 5/8 inch thick. Tongue and groove plywood is preferred.
3.
Joist spacing beneath plywood deck has a maximum spacing of 16 inches O.C.
4.
Slope plywood deck a nominal 1/4 inch to 12 inches and constructed to drain freely.
5.
A maximum of 1/16 inch space between sheets of plywood is maintained while deck is being placed.
6.
Spiral or coated nails are used and are driven flush with the surface of plywood. Nails shall not be countersunk.
7.
Prior to application of pedestrian traffic coating system, protect plywood decking from moisture.
D.
If substrate preparation is the responsibility of another installer, notify Architect of unsatisfactory preparation before proceeding.
3.2
PREPARATION
A.
Cleaning: Surfaces contaminated with oil or grease shall be vigorously scrubbed with a stiff bristle broom and a strong non-sudsing detergent such as NEOGARD 8500 BioDegradable Cleaner. Thoroughly wash, clean, and dry. Areas where oil or other contaminants penetrate deep into the concrete may require removal by mechanical methods. Do not apply materials unless surface is clean and dry.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Edit the following paragraphs as required for the project conditions.
 
B.
Concrete:
1.
Shot-Blasting: Required surface preparation method for remedial construction is also the preferred method for new construction. Mechanically prepare surface by shot-blasting to industry standard surface texture (ICRI's CSP3-CSP4) without causing additional surface defects in substrate. Prior to and/or after shot-blasting, follow proper cleaning procedures to remove deep penetrating oils, grease, tar or asphalt stains to ensure proper bonding of the deck coating.
2.
Acid Etching: If shot blasting is not practical, treat concrete surfaces with 10 to 15 percent solution of muriatic acid to remove laitance and impurities. After acid has stopped foaming or boiling, immediately rinse thoroughly with water. Re-rinse as required to remove muriatic acid solution. Acid etching does not remove deep penetrating oils, grease, tar or asphalt stains. Proper cleaning procedures should be followed to ensure proper bonding of the deck coating.
3.
Cracks and Cold Joints: Visible hairline cracks (less than 1/16 inch in width) in concrete and cold joints shall be cleaned, primed as required and treated with thoroughly mixed base coat material a minimum distance of 2 inches on each side of crack to yield a total thickness of 30 dry mils. Large cracks (greater than 1/16 inch in width) shall be routed and sealed with 70991 or 70995 sealant. Sealant shall be applied to inside area of crack only, not applied to deck surface. Detail sealed cracks with thoroughly mixed base coat material a distance of 2 inches on each side of crack to yield a total thickness of 30 dry mils.
4.
Control Joints: Seal control joints equal to or less than 1 inch in width with 70995 urethane sealant. Depending on the width to depth ratio of the joint, backing material and a bond breaker may be required. Install sealants in accordance with ASTM C 1193 and manufacturer's instructions. Detail sealed joints with thoroughly mixed base coat material a distance of 2 inches on each side of joint to yield a total thickness of 30 dry mils.
5.
Flashing Tape: Install 86218 flashing tape and 86220 reinforcing fabric (Tietex T-272) where indicated on the Drawings and/or where required by the manufacturer prior to the application of base coat.
C.
Plywood:
1.
Fill plywood imperfections with 70991 or 70995 sealant and allow to cure.
2.
Caulk joints in plywood decking with 70991 or 70995 sealant and allow to cure. Detail sealed joints with thoroughly mixed base coat material a distance of 3 inches on each side of joint and embed 86220 reinforcing fabric (Tietex T-272) or other reinforcing fabric into wet coating. Apply additional thoroughly mixed base coat material as required to fully encapsulate fabric and smooth out wrinkles.
D.
Surface Condition: Surface shall be clean and dry prior to coating.
3.3
INSTALLATION - PEDESTRIAN COATINGS
A.
Install in accordance with manufacturer's instructions.
B.
PEDA-GARD: Single component, solvent based urethane system.
1.
Seed and Lock Method
a.
Primer: Apply where required, thoroughly mix and apply at a rate of 300 sf/gal (0.33 gal/100 sf) to all concrete surfaces. Within 24 hours of application of primer, base coat must be applied. If base coat cannot be applied within 24 hours, inspect surface for contaminants, clean surface as necessary, and re-prime.
b.
Base Coat: Thoroughly mix 70410 base coat material and apply at a rate of 66 sf/gal (1.5 gal/100 sf or 24 wet mils), to yield 18 dry mils. Extend base coat over cracks and control joints, which have received detail treatment.
c.
Wear Coat: Thoroughly mix 7430 series wear coat material and apply at a rate of 200 sf/gal (0.5 gal/100 sf or 8 wet mils) to yield 6 dry mils, and immediately broadcast aggregate, evenly distributed, into wet coating at the rate of 10 lbs/100 sf. When dry, remove excess aggregate.
d.
Topcoat: Thoroughly mix 7430 series topcoat material and apply at a rate of 150 sf/gal (0.66 gal/100 sf or 10 wet mils) to yield 8 dry mils.
e.
System coating thickness is 32 dry mils exclusive of primer and aggregate.
2.
Seed and Backroll Method:
a.
Primer: Where required, thoroughly mix primer and apply at a rate of 300 sf/gal (0.33 gal/100 sf) to all concrete surfaces. Within 24 hours of application of primer, base coat must be applied. If base coat cannot be applied within 24 hours, inspect surface for contaminants, clean surface as necessary, and re-prime.
b.
Base Coat: Thoroughly mix 70410 base coat material and apply at a rate of 60 sf/gal (1.66 gal/100 sf or 26 wet mils), to yield 20 dry mils. Extend base coat over cracks and control joints, which have received detail treatment.
c.
Topcoat: Thoroughly mix 7430 series topcoat material and apply at a rate of 100 sf/gal (1.0 gal/100 sf or 16 wet mils) to yield 12 dry mils. Immediately broadcast aggregate at a rate of approximately 10 lbs/100 sf and backroll to encapsulate aggregate. Note: System coating thickness is 32 dry mils exclusive of primer and aggregate.
d.
System coating thickness is 32 dry mils exclusive of primer and aggregate.
C.
PEDA-GARD ALIPHATIC: Single component, solvent based urethane system:
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select one of the following two methods and delete the one not required. Contact NEOGARD for additional information.
 
1.
Seed and Lock Method
a.
Primer: Apply where required, thoroughly mix and apply at a rate of 300 sf/gal (0.33 gal/100 sf) to all concrete surfaces. Within 24 hours of application of primer, base coat must be applied. If base coat cannot be applied within 24 hours, inspect surface for contaminants, clean surface as necessary, and re-prime.
b.
Base Coat: Thoroughly mix 70410 base coat material and apply at a rate of 66 sf/gal (1.5 gal/100 sf or 24 wet mils), to yield 18 dry mils. Extend base coat over cracks and control joints which have received detail treatment.
c.
Wear Coat: Thoroughly mix 7430 series wear coat material and apply at a rate of 200 sf/gal (0.5 gal/100 sf or 8 wet mils) to yield 6 dry mils, and immediately broadcast aggregate, evenly distributed, into wet coating at the rate of 10 lbs/100 sf. When dry, remove excess aggregate.
d.
Topcoat: Thoroughly mix 7470 series topcoat material and apply at a rate of 150 sf/gal (0.66 gal/100 sf or 10 wet mils) to yield 8 dry mils.
e.
System coating thickness is 32 dry mils exclusive of primer and aggregate.
2.
Seed and Backroll Method:
a.
Primer: Where required, thoroughly mix primer and apply at a rate of 300 sf/gal (0.33 gal/100 sf) to all concrete surfaces. Within 24 hours of application of primer, base coat must be applied. If base coat cannot be applied within 24 hours, inspect surface for contaminants, clean surface as necessary, and re-prime.
b.
Base Coat: Thoroughly mix 70410 base coat material and apply at a rate of 60 sf/gal (1.66 gal/100 sf or 26 wet mils), to yield 20 dry mils. Extend base coat over cracks and control joints which have received detail treatment.
c.
Topcoat: Thoroughly mix 7470 series topcoat material and apply at a rate of 100 sf/gal (1.0 gal/100 sf or 16 wet mils) to yield 12 dry mils. Immediately broadcast aggregate at a rate of approximately 10 lbs/100 sf and backroll to encapsulate aggregate.
d.
System coating thickness is 32 dry mils exclusive of primer and aggregate.
D.
DECORATIVE PEDA-GARD: Single component, solvent based urethane system utilizing decorative quartz aggregate and clear finish coat:
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select one of the following two aggregates series as specified and delete the one not required. Contact NEOGARD for available colors.
 
1.
Series 1:
a.
Primer: Where required, thoroughly mix primer and apply at a rate of 300 sf/gal (0.33 gal/100 sf) to all concrete surfaces. Within 24 hours of application of primer, base coat must be applied. If base coat cannot be applied within 24 hours, inspect surface for contaminants, clean surface as necessary, and re-prime.
b.
Base Coat: Thoroughly mix 70410 or 7430 Series and apply at a rate of 60 sf/gal (1.66 gal/100 sf or 26 wet mils), to yield 20 dry mils. Extend base coat over cracks and control joints which have received detail treatment.
c.
Wear Coat: Thoroughly mix 7430 Series wear coat material and apply at a rate of 150 sf/gal (0.66 gal/100 sf or 10 wet mils), to yield 8 dry mils, and immediately broadcast Estes Permacolor HP Quartz Granules (UV stable), medium (20/70 mesh), evenly distributed, into wet coating at a rate of approximately 50 lbs/100 sf or until refusal. When dry, remove excess aggregate.
d.
First Topcoat: Thoroughly mix Topcoat material and apply at a rate of 150 sf/gal (0.66 gal/100 sf or 10 wet mils) to yield 10 dry mils 70815/70816 Chemical Resistant Urethane (CRU), 70866/70816 Polyaspartic or 6 dry mils 70805/7952 Chemical Resistant Urethane (CRU), Acrylithane HS2 or Acrylithane HS4.
e.
Second Topcoat: Thoroughly mix Topcoat material and apply at a rate of 200 sf/gal (0.5 gal/100 sf or 8 wet mils) to yield 8 dry mils 70815/70816 Chemical Resistant Urethane (CRU), 70866/70816 Polyaspartic or 5 dry mils 70805/7952 Chemical Resistant Urethane (CRU), Acrylithane HS2 or Acrylithane HS4.
f.
System coating thickness is 40 dry mils exclusive of primer and aggregate.
2.
Series 2:
a.
Primer: Where required, thoroughly mix primer and apply at a rate of 300 sf/gal (0.33 gal/100 sf) to all concrete surfaces. Within 24 hours of application of primer, base coat must be applied. If base coat cannot be applied within 24 hours, inspect surface for contaminants, clean surface as necessary, and re-prime.
b.
Base Coat: Thoroughly mix 70410 or 7430 Series and apply at a rate of 60 sf/gal (1.66 gal/100 sf or 26 wet mils), to yield 20 dry mils. Extend base coat over cracks and control joints which have received detail treatment.
c.
Wear Coat: Thoroughly mix 7430 Series wear coat material and apply at a rate of 120 sf/gal (0.83 gal/100 sf or 13 wet mils), to yield 10 dry mils, and immediately broadcast Trowel- Rite (20/40 mesh) inorganic UV stable quartz aggregate, evenly distributed, into wet coating at a rate of approximately 50 lbs/100 sf or until refusal. When dry, remove excess granules.
d.
First Topcoat: Thoroughly mix Topcoat material. Apply 70815/70816 Chemical Resistant Urethane (CRU) or 70866/70816 Polyaspartic at a rate of 150 sf/gal (0.66 gal/100 sf or 10 wet mils) to yield 10 dry mils. Apply 70805/7952 Chemical Resistant Urethane (CRU), Acrylithane HS2 or Acrylithane HS4 at a rate of 133 sf/gal (0.75 gal/100 sf or 12 wet mils) to yield 7 dry mils.
e.
Second Topcoat: Thoroughly mix Topcoat material and apply at a rate of 200 sf/gal (0.5 gal/100 sf or 8 wet mils) to yield 8 dry mils 70815/70816 Chemical Resistant Urethane (CRU), 70866/70816 Polyaspartic or 5 dry mils 70805/7952 Chemical Resistant Urethane (CRU), Acrylithane HS2 or Acrylithane HS4.
f.
System coating thickness is 40 dry mils exclusive of primer and aggregate.
E.
DECORATIVE PEDA-GARD FLAKE: Single component, solvent based urethane system utilizing decorative flakes and clear finish coat:
1.
Primer: Where required, thoroughly mix primer and apply at a rate of 300 sf/gal (0.33 gal/100 sf) to all concrete surfaces. Within 24 hours of application of primer, base coat must be applied. If base coat cannot be applied within 24 hours, inspect surface for contaminants, clean surface as necessary, and re-prime.
2.
Base Coat: Thoroughly mix 70410 or 7430 Series and apply at a rate of 60 sf/gal (1.66 gal/100 sf or 26 wet mils), to yield 20 dry mils. Extend base coat over cracks and control joints which have received detail treatment.
3.
Wear Coat: Thoroughly mix 7470 Series wear coat material and apply at a rate of 120 sf/gal (0.83 gal/100 sf or 13 wet mils), to yield 10 dry mils, and immediately broadcast flakes into wet coating until refusal (approximately 25 lbs/100 sf). When dry, remove excess flakes and lightly abrade flake surface with palm sander utilizing 80 grit sand paper or use a Bully Tool Pro Grade Floor Scraper or similar tool. Remove debris.
4.
First Topcoat: Thoroughly mix Topcoat material. Apply 70805/7952 Chemical Resistant Urethane (CRU) at 120 sf/gal (0.83 gal/100 sf or 13 wet mils) to yield 10 dry mils, or apply 70815/70816 Chemical Resistant Urethane (CRU) at 150 sf/gal (0.66 gal/100 sf or 10 wet mils) to yield 10 dry mils. Allow to cure tack-free.
5.
Second Topcoat: Thoroughly mix Topcoat material. Apply 70805/7952 Chemical Resistant Urethane (CRU) or 70815/70816 Chemical Resistant Urethane (CRU) at a rate of 200 sf/gal (0.5 gal/100 sf, or 8 wet mils) to yield 5 dry mils 70805/7952 Chemical Resistant Urethane (CRU) or 8 dry mils 70815/70816 Chemical Resistant Urethane (CRU).
6.
System coating thickness is 30 dry mils exclusive of primer, flakes and clear coats.
F.
PEDA-GARD FC: Two component, fast cure, low odor urethane system for fast turnaround and/or odor sensitive applications:
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select one of the following two methods as specified and delete the one not required. Contact NEOGARD for available colors.
 
1.
Seed and Lock Method
a.
Primer: Where required, thoroughly mix primer and apply at a rate of 300 sf/gal (0.33 gal/100 sf) to all concrete surfaces. Within 24 hours of application of primer, base coat must be applied. If base coat cannot be applied within 24 hours, inspect surface for contaminants, clean surface as necessary, and re-prime.
b.
Base Coat: Thoroughly mix FC7500/FC7960 base coat material and apply at a rate of 88 sf/gal (1.13 gal/100 sf or 18 wet mils), to yield 18 dry mils. Extend base coat over cracks and control joints which have received detail treatment.
c.
Wear Coat: Thoroughly mix FC7510/FC7961 wear coat material and apply at a rate of 200 sf/gal (0.5 gal/100 sf or 8 wet mils) to yield 8 dry mils, and immediately broadcast aggregate, evenly distributed, into wet coating at the rate of 10 lbs/100 sf. When dry, remove excess aggregate.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select one of the following paragraphs and delete the one not required. Contact NEOGARD for available colors. For interior/covered applications not exposed to UV light (i.e. sunlight and some fluorescent lighting), use FC7510/FC7961 urethane topcoat. Urethane topcoat FC7540/FC7964 can be used for interior/covered or exterior applications exposed to UV light.
 
d.
Topcoat: Non-UV Exposed Areas: Thoroughly mix FC7510/FC7961 topcoat material and apply at a rate of 175 sf/gal (0.57 gal/100 sf or 9 wet mils) to yield 9 dry mils.
e.
Topcoat: UV-Exposed Areas: Thoroughly mix FC7540/FC7964 topcoat material and apply at a rate of 160 sf/gal (0.62 gal/100 sf or 10 wet mils) to yield 9 dry mils.
f.
System coating thickness is 35 dry mils exclusive of primer and aggregate.
2.
Seed and Backroll Method:
a.
Primer: Where required, thoroughly mix primer and apply at a rate of 300 sf/gal (0.33 gal/100 sf) to all concrete surfaces. Within 24 hours of application of primer, base coat must be applied. If base coat cannot be applied within 24 hours, inspect surface for contaminants, clean surface as necessary, and re-prime.
b.
Base Coat: Thoroughly mix FC7500/FC7960 base coat material and apply at a rate of 80 sf/gal (1.25 gal/100 sf or 20 wet mils), to yield 20 dry mils. Extend base coat over cracks and control joints which have received detail treatment.
c.
Topcoat:
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select one of the following paragraphs and delete the one not required. Contact NEOGARD for available colors. For interior/covered applications not exposed to UV light (i.e. sunlight and some fluorescent lighting), use FC7510/FC7961 urethane topcoat. Urethane topcoat FC7540/FC7964 can be used for interior/covered or exterior applications exposed to UV light.
 
1)
Non-UV Exposed Areas: Thoroughly mix FC7510/FC7961 topcoat material and apply at a rate of 106 sf/gal (0.93 gal/100 sf or 15 wet mils) to yield 15 dry mils. Immediately broadcast aggregate at a rate of approximately 10 lbs/100 sf and backroll to encapsulate aggregate.
2)
UV-Exposed Areas: Thoroughly mix FC7540/FC7964 topcoat material and apply at a rate of 95 sf/gal (1.05 gal/100 sf or 16 wet mils) to yield 15 dry mils. Immediately broadcast aggregate at a rate of approximately 10 lbs/100 sf and backroll to encapsulate aggregate.
d.
System coating thickness is 35 dry mils exclusive of primer and aggregate.
G.
PEDA-GARD FC ALIPHATIC: Two component, fast cure, low odor urethane system for fast turnaround and/or odor sensitive applications with tintable topcoat.:
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select one of the following two method paragraphs as specified and delete the one not required. Contact NEOGARD for available colors.
 
1.
Seed and Lock Method:
a.
Primer: Where required, thoroughly mix primer and apply at a rate of 300 sf/gal (0.33 gal/100 sf) to all concrete surfaces. Within 24 hours of application of primer, base coat must be applied. If base coat cannot be applied within 24 hours, inspect surface for contaminants, clean surface as necessary, and re-prime.
b.
Base Coat: Thoroughly mix FC7500/FC7960 base coat material and apply at a rate of 88 sf/gal (1.13 gal/100 sf or 18 wet mils), to yield 18 dry mils. Extend base coat over cracks and control joints which have received detail treatment.
c.
Wear Coat: Thoroughly mix FC7510/FC7961 wear coat material and apply at a rate of 200 sf/gal (0.5 gal/100 sf or 8 wet mils) to yield 8 dry mils, and immediately broadcast aggregate, evenly distributed, into wet coating at the rate of 10 lbs/100 sf. When dry, remove excess aggregate.
d.
Topcoat: Thoroughly mix FC7530/FC7963 topcoat material and apply at a rate of 175 sf/gal (0.57 gal/100 sf or 9 wet mils) to yield 9 dry mils.
e.
System coating thickness is 35 dry mils exclusive of primer and aggregate.
2.
Seed and Backroll Method:
a.
Primer: Where required, thoroughly mix primer and apply at a rate of 300 sf/gal (0.33 gal/100 sf) to all concrete surfaces. Within 24 hours of application of primer, base coat must be applied. If base coat cannot be applied within 24 hours, inspect surface for contaminants, clean surface as necessary, and re-prime.
b.
Base Coat: Thoroughly mix FC7500/FC7960 base coat material and apply at a rate of 80 sf/gal (1.25 gal/100 sf or 20 wet mils), to yield 20 dry mils. Extend base coat over cracks and control joints which have received detail treatment.
c.
Topcoat: Thoroughly mix FC7530/FC7963 topcoat material and apply at a rate of 106 sf/gal (0.94 gal/100 sf or 15 wet mils) to yield 15 dry mils. Immediately broadcast aggregate at a rate of approximately 10 lbs/100 sf and backroll to encapsulate aggregate.
d.
System coating thickness is 35 dry mils exclusive of primer and aggregate.
H.
DECORATIVE PEDA-GARD FC Two component, fast cure, low odor urethane system utilizing decorative quartz aggregate and clear finish coat:
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select one of the following two series as specified and delete the one not required. Contact NEOGARD for available colors.
 
1.
Series 1:
a.
Primer: Where required, thoroughly mix primer and apply at a rate of 300 sf/gal (0.33 gal/100 sf) to all concrete surfaces. Within 24 hours of application of primer, base coat must be applied. If base coat cannot be applied within 24 hours, inspect surface for contaminants, clean surface as necessary, and re-prime.
b.
Base Coat: Thoroughly mix FC7500/FC7960 base coat material and apply at a rate of 80 sf/ gal (1.25 gal/100 sf or 20 wet mils) to yield 20 dry mils. Extend base coat over cracks and control joints which have received detail treatment.
c.
Wear Coat: Thoroughly mix FC7510/FC7961 wear coat material and apply at a rate of 160 sf/gal (0.625 gal/100 sf or 10 wet mils), to yield 10 dry mils, and immediately broadcast Estes Permacolor HP Quartz Granules (UV stable), medium (20/70 mesh), evenly distributed, into wet coating at a rate of approximately 50 lbs/100 sf or until refusal. When dry, remove excess granules.
d.
First Topcoat: Thoroughly mix and apply 70815/70816 Chemical Resistant Urethane (CRU) or 70866/70816 Polyaspartic at 150 sf/gal (0.66 gal/100 sf or 10 wet mils) to yield 10 dry mils. Allow to cure tack-free.
e.
Second Topcoat: Thoroughly mix and apply 70815/70816 Chemical Resistant Urethane (CRU) or 70866/70816 Polyaspartic at 200 sf/gal (0.5 gal/100 sf or 8 wet mils) to yield 8 dry mils. Allow to cure tack-free.
f.
System coating thickness is 30 dry mils exclusive of primer, aggregate and clear coats.
2.
Series 2:
a.
Primer: Where required, thoroughly mix primer and apply at a rate of 300 sf/gal (0.33 gal/100 sf) to all concrete surfaces. Within 24 hours of application of primer, base coat must be applied. If base coat cannot be applied within 24 hours, inspect surface for contaminants, clean surface as necessary, and re-prime.
b.
Base Coat: Thoroughly mix FC7500/FC7960 base coat material and apply at a rate of 80 sf/ gal (1.25 gal/100 sf or 20 wet mils) to yield 20 dry mils. Extend base coat over cracks and control joints which have received detail treatment.
c.
Wear Coat: Thoroughly mix FC7510/FC7961 wear coat material and apply at a rate of 133 sf/gal (0.75 gal/100 sf or 12 wet mils), to yield 12 dry mils, and immediately broadcast Trowel- Rite (20/40 mesh) inorganic UV stable quartz aggregate, evenly distributed, into wet coating at a rate of approximately 50 lbs/100 sf or until refusal. When dry, remove excess granules.
d.
First Topcoat: Thoroughly mix and apply 70815/70816 Chemical Resistant Urethane (CRU) or 70866/70816 Polyaspartic at 133 sf/gal (0.75 gal/100 sf or 12 wet mils) to yield 12 dry mils. Allow to cure tack-free.
e.
Second Topcoat: Thoroughly mix and apply 70815/70816 Chemical Resistant Urethane (CRU) or 70866/70816 Polyaspartic at 200 sf/gal (0.5 gal/100 sf or 8 wet mils) to yield 8 dry mils. Allow to cure tack-free.
f.
System coating thickness is 30 dry mils exclusive of primer, aggregate and clear coats.
I.
DECORATIVE PEDA-GARD FC FLAKE Two component, fast cure, low odor urethane system utilizing decorative flakes and clear finish coat:
1.
Primer: Where required, thoroughly mix primer and apply at a rate of 300 sf/gal (0.33 gal/100 sf) to all concrete surfaces. Within 24 hours of application of primer, base coat must be applied. If base coat cannot be applied within 24 hours, inspect surface for contaminants, clean surface as necessary, and re-prime.
2.
Base Coat: Thoroughly mix FC7500/FC7960 base coat material and apply at a rate of 80 sf/gal (1.25 gal/100 sf or 20 wet mils) to yield 20 dry mils. Extend base coat over cracks and control joints which have received detail treatment.
3.
Wear Coat: Thoroughly mix FC7540/FC7964 wear coat material and apply at a rate of 120 sf/gal (0.83 gal/100 sf or 13 wet mils), to yield 12 dry mils, and immediately broadcast flakes, into wet coating until refusal (approximately 25 lbs/100 sf). When dry, remove excess flakes and lightly abrade flake surface with palm sander utilizing 80 grit sand paper or use a Bully Tool Pro Grade Floor Scraper or similar tool. Remove debris.
4.
First Topcoat: Thoroughly mix and apply 70815/70816 Chemical Resistant Urethane (CRU) or 70866/70816 Polyaspartic at 150 sf/gal (0.66 gal/100 sf or 10 wet mils) to yield 10 dry mils. Allow to cure tack-free.
5.
Second Topcoat: Thoroughly mix and apply 70815/70816 Chemical Resistant Urethane (CRU) or 70866/70816 Polyaspartic at 200 sf/gal (0.5 gal/100 sf or 8 wet mils) to yield 8 dry mils. Allow to cure tack-free.
J.
PEDA-GARD M: Two component, fast cure, low odor urethane system with optional epoxy topcoat:
1.
Primer: Where required, thoroughly mix primer and apply at a rate of 300 sf/gal (0.33 gal/100 sf) to all concrete surfaces. Within 24 hours of application of primer, base coat must be applied. If base coat cannot be applied within 24 hours, inspect surface for contaminants, clean surface as necessary, and re-prime.
2.
Base Coat: Thoroughly mix FC7500/FC7960 base coat material and apply at a rate of 80 sf/gal (1.25 gal/100 sf or 20 wet mils), to yield 20 dry mils. Extend base coat over cracks and control joints which have received detail treatment.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select one of the following topcoat paragraphs and delete the one not required. For standard topcoat use epoxy topcoat. When time is of the essence, use the fast-cure urethane topcoat.
 
3.
Epoxy Topcoat: Thoroughly mix 70714/70715-09 100% solids pigmented epoxy and apply at a rate of 133 sf/ gal (0.75 gal/100 sf or 12 wet mils), to yield 12 dry mils, and immediately broadcast aggregate, evenly distributed, into wet coating at the rate of 10 lbs/100 sf and backroll.
4.
Urethane Topcoat: Thoroughly mix FC7510/FC7961 Series urethane and apply at a rate of 133 sf/gal (0.75 gal/100 sf or 12 wet mils) to yield 12 dry mils, and immediately broadcast aggregate, evenly distributed, into wet coating at the rate of 10 lbs/100 sf and backroll.
5.
System coating thickness is 32 dry mils exclusive of primer and aggregate.
3.4
INSTALLATION - VEHICULAR TRAFFIC COATINGS
A.
Install in accordance with manufacturer's instructions.
B.
AUTO-GARD T: Single component, solvent based urethane system with pre-mixed aggregate topcoat.
1.
Primer: Thoroughly mix primer and apply at a rate of 300 sf/gal (0.33 gal/100 sf) to all concrete surfaces. Within 24 hours of application of primer, base coat must be applied. If base coat cannot be applied within 24 hours, inspect surface for contaminants, clean surface as necessary, and re-prime.
2.
Base Coat: Thoroughly mix 70410 base coat material and apply at a rate of 60 sf/gal (1.66 gal/100 sf or 26 wet mils) to yield 20 dry mils. Extend base coat over cracks and control joints which have received detail treatment.
3.
Heavy Duty Wear Coat: For heavy duty traffic areas such as ticket booths, spiraled ramps, turn areas, or in other areas subjected to extremely high traffic abrasion, heavy duty application is required. In such areas, thoroughly mix 70420 wear coat material and apply at a rate of 100 sf/gal (1.0 gal/100 sf) using a 1/16" notched squeegee and 3/8"-1/2" nap roller cover to uniformly backroll prior to applying topcoat. Heavy Duty Wear Coat should be backrolled two times, one perpendicular to the other. Do not dip and roll 70420 wear coat material from container.
4.
Topcoat: Thoroughly mix 70420 topcoat material and apply at a rate of 60 sf/gal (1.66 gal/100 sf) using a 1/8" notched squeegee and 3/8"-1/2" nap roller cover to uniformly backroll topcoat. Topcoat should be backrolled two times, one perpendicular to the other. Do not dip and roll 70420 topcoat material from container.
5.
Standard system coating thickness is approximately 40 dry mils exclusive of primer. Heavy duty application areas will yield approximately 52 dry mils exclusive of primer.
C.
AUTO-GARD FC T: Two component, fast cure, low odor urethane system with pre-mixed aggregate topcoat for fast turnaround applications:
1.
Primer: Where required, thoroughly mix primer and apply at a rate of 300 sf/gal (0.33 gal/100 sf) to all concrete surfaces. Within 24 hours of application of primer, base coat must be applied. If base coat cannot be applied within 24 hours, inspect surface for contaminants, clean surface as necessary, and re-prime.
2.
Base Coat: Thoroughly mix FC7500/FC7960 base coat material and apply at a rate of 80 sf/gal (1.25 gal/100 sf or 20 wet mils) to yield 20 dry mils. Extend base coat over cracks and control joints which have received detail treatment.
3.
Heavy Duty Wear Coat: For heavy duty traffic areas such as ticket booths, spiraled ramps, turn areas, or in other areas subjected to extremely high traffic abrasion, heavy duty application is required. In such areas, thoroughly mix FC7545/FC7964 wear coat material and apply at a rate of 120 sf/gal (0.83 gal/100 sf or 13 wet mils) to yield 12 dry mils using a 1/16 inch notched squeegee and 3/8-1/2 inch nap roller cover to uniformly backroll prior to applying topcoat. Heavy Duty Wear Coat should be backrolled two times, one perpendicular to the other. Do not dip and roll FC7545/FC7964 wear coat material from container.
4.
Topcoat: Thoroughly mix FC7545/FC7964 topcoat material and apply at a rate of 70 sf/gal (1.43 gal/100 sf or 23 wet mils) to yield 20 dry mils using a 1/8 inch notched squeegee and 3/8-1/2 inch nap roller cover to uniformly backroll topcoat. Topcoat should be backrolled two times, one perpendicular to the other. Do not dip and roll FC7545/FC7964 topcoat material from container.
5.
System coating thickness is 40 dry mils exclusive of. Heavy duty application areas will yield approximately 52 dry mils exclusive of primer.
D.
AUTO-GARD: Single component, solvent based urethane system:
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select one of the following two method paragraphs as specified and delete the one not required. Contact NEOGARD for available colors.
 
1.
Seed and Lock Method
a.
Primer: Apply where required, thoroughly mix and apply at a rate of 300 sf/gal (0.33 gal/100 sf) to all concrete surfaces. Within 24 hours of application of primer, base coat must be applied. If base coat cannot be applied within 24 hours, inspect surface for contaminants, clean surface as necessary, and re-prime.
b.
Base Coat: Thoroughly mix 70410 base coat material and apply at a rate of 60 sf/gal (1.66 gal/100 sf or 26 wet mils), to yield 20 dry mils. Extend base coat over cracks and control joints which have received detail treatment.
c.
Wear Coat: Thoroughly mix 7430 series wear coat material and apply at a rate of 150 sf/gal (0.66 gal/100 sf or 10 wet mils) to yield 8 dry mils, and immediately broadcast aggregate, evenly distributed, into wet coating at the rate of 15 lbs/100 sf. When dry, remove excess aggregate.
d.
Heavy Duty Areas Only: For heavy traffic areas such as ticket booths, spiraled ramps, turn areas, or in other areas subjected to high traffic abrasion, heavy duty application is required. In such areas, thoroughly mix 7430 wear coat material and apply a second wear coat at a rate of 100 sf/gal (1.0 gal/100 sf or 16 wet mils) to yield 12 dry mils, and immediately broadcast additional aggregate, evenly distributed, into wet coating at a rate of 10 lbs/100 sf. When dry, remove excess aggregate.
e.
Topcoat: Thoroughly mix 7430 series topcoat material and apply at a rate of 100 sf/gal (1.0 gal/100 sf or 16 wet mils) to yield 12 dry mils.
f.
Standard system coating thickness is 40 dry mils exclusive of primer and aggregate. Heavy duty application areas will yield 52 dry mils exclusive of primer and aggregate.
2.
Seed and Backroll Method:
a.
Primer: Where required, thoroughly mix primer and apply at a rate of 300 sf/gal (0.33 gal/100 sf) to all concrete surfaces. Within 24 hours of application of primer, base coat must be applied. If base coat cannot be applied within 24 hours, inspect surface for contaminants, clean surface as necessary, and re-prime.
b.
Base Coat: Thoroughly mix 70410 base coat material and apply at a rate of 60 sf/gal (1.66 gal/100 sf or 26 wet mils), to yield 20 dry mils. Extend base coat over cracks and control joints which have received detail treatment.
c.
Wear Coat (Heavy Duty Areas Only): For heavy traffic areas such as ticket booths, spiraled ramps, turn areas, or in other areas subjected to high traffic abrasion, heavy duty application is required. In such areas, thoroughly mix 7430 series wear coat material and apply at a rate of 100 sf/gal (1.0 gal/100sf or 16 wet mils) to yield 12 dry mils, and immediately broadcast aggregate, evenly distributed, into wet coating at the rate of 10 lbs/100 sf. When dry, remove excess aggregate.
d.
Topcoat: Thoroughly mix 7430 series topcoat material and apply at a rate of 60 sf/gal (1.66 gal/100 sf or 26 wet mils) to yield 20 dry mils. Immediately broadcast aggregate at a rate of approximately 15 lbs/100 sf and backroll to encapsulate aggregate.
e.
Standard system coating thickness is 40 dry mils exclusive of primer and aggregate. Heavy duty application areas will yield 52 dry mils exclusive of primer and aggregate.
E.
AUTO-GARD ALIPHATIC: Single component, solvent based urethane system with aliphatic topcoat.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select one of the following two methods and delete the one not required. Contact NEOGARD for additional information.
 
1.
Seed and Lock Method
a.
Primer: Apply where required, thoroughly mix and apply at a rate of 300 sf/gal (0.33 gal/100 sf) to all concrete surfaces. Within 24 hours of application of primer, base coat must be applied. If base coat cannot be applied within 24 hours, inspect surface for contaminants, clean surface as necessary, and re-prime.
b.
Base Coat: Thoroughly mix 70410 base coat material and apply at a rate of 60 sf/gal (1.66 gal/100 sf or 26 wet mils), to yield 20 dry mils. Extend base coat over cracks and control joints which have received detail treatment.
c.
Wear Coat: Thoroughly mix 7430 series wear coat material and apply at a rate of 150 sf/gal (0.66 gal/100 sf or 10 wet mils) to yield 8 dry mils, and immediately broadcast aggregate, evenly distributed, into wet coating at the rate of 15 lbs/100 sf. When dry, remove excess aggregate.
d.
Heavy Duty Areas Only: For heavy traffic areas such as ticket booths, spiraled ramps, turn areas, or in other areas subjected to high traffic abrasion, heavy duty application is required. In such areas, thoroughly mix 7430 wear coat material and apply a second wear coat at a rate of 100 sf/gal (1.0 gal/100 sf or 16 wet mils) to yield 12 dry mils, and immediately broadcast additional aggregate, evenly distributed, into wet coating at a rate of 15 lbs/100 sf. When dry, remove excess aggregate.
e.
Topcoat: Thoroughly mix 7470 series topcoat material and apply at a rate of 100 sf/gal (1.0 gal/100 sf or 16 wet mils) to yield 12 dry mils.
f.
Standard system coating thickness is 40 dry mils exclusive of primer and aggregate. Heavy duty application areas will yield 52 dry mils exclusive of primer and aggregate.
2.
Seed and Backroll Method:
a.
Primer: Where required, thoroughly mix primer and apply at a rate of 300 sf/gal (0.33 gal/100 sf) to all concrete surfaces. Within 24 hours of application of primer, base coat must be applied. If base coat cannot be applied within 24 hours, inspect surface for contaminants, clean surface as necessary, and re-prime.
b.
Base Coat: Thoroughly mix 70410 base coat material and apply at a rate of 60 sf/gal (1.66 gal/100 sf or 26 wet mils), to yield 20 dry mils. Extend base coat over cracks and control joints which have received detail treatment.
c.
Wear Coat (Heavy Duty Areas Only): For heavy traffic areas such as ticket booths, spiraled ramps, turn areas, or in other areas subjected to high traffic abrasion, heavy duty application is required. In such areas, thoroughly mix 7430 series wear coat material and apply at a rate of 100 sf/gal (1.0 gal/100 sf or 16 wet mils) to yield 12 dry mils, and immediately broadcast aggregate, evenly distributed, into wet coating at the rate of 10 lbs/100 sf. When dry, remove excess aggregate.
d.
Topcoat: Thoroughly mix 7470 series topcoat material and apply at a rate of 60 sf/gal (1.66 gal/100 sf or 26 wet mils) to yield 20 dry mils. Immediately broadcast aggregate at a rate of approximately 15 lbs/100 sf and backroll to encapsulate aggregate.
e.
Standard system coating thickness is 40 dry mils exclusive of primer and aggregate. Heavy duty application areas will yield 52 dry mils exclusive of primer and aggregate
F.
AUTO-GARD FC: Two component, fast cure, low odor urethane system for fast turnaround and/or odor sensitive applications.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select one of the following two methods and delete the one not required. Contact NEOGARD for available colors.
 
1.
Seed and Lock Method
a.
Primer: Where required, thoroughly mix primer and apply at a rate of 300 sf/gal (0.33 gal/100 sf) to all concrete surfaces. Within 24 hours of application of primer, base coat must be applied. If base coat cannot be applied within 24 hours, inspect surface for contaminants, clean surface as necessary, and re-prime.
b.
Base Coat: Thoroughly mix FC7500/FC7960 base coat material and apply at a rate of 80 sf/gal (1.25 gal/100 sf or 20 wet mils), to yield 20 dry mils. Extend base coat over cracks and control joints which have received detail treatment.
c.
Wear Coat: Thoroughly mix FC7510/FC7961 wear coat material and apply at a rate of 200 sf/gal (0.5 gal/100 sf or 8 wet mils) to yield 8 dry mils, and immediately broadcast aggregate, evenly distributed, into wet coating at the rate of 15 lbs/100 sf. When dry, remove excess aggregate.
d.
Heavy Duty Areas Only: For heavy traffic areas such as ticket booths, spiraled ramps, turn areas, or in other areas subjected to high traffic abrasion, heavy duty application is required. In such areas, thoroughly mix FC7510/FC7961 wear coat material and apply a second wear coat at a rate of 133 sf/gal (0.75 gal/100 sf or 12 wet mils) to yield 12 dry mils, and immediately broadcast additional aggregate, evenly distributed, into wet coating at a rate of 10 lbs/100 sf. When dry, remove excess aggregate.
e.
Topcoat:
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select one of the following paragraphs and delete the one not required. Contact NEOGARD for available colors. For interior/covered applications not exposed to UV light (i.e. sunlight and some fluorescent lighting), use FC7510/FC7961 urethane topcoat. Urethane topcoat FC7540/FC7964 can be used for interior/covered or exterior applications exposed to UV light.
 
1)
Non-UV Exposed Areas: Thoroughly mix FC7510/FC7961 topcoat material and apply at a rate of 133 sf/gal (0.75 gal/100 sf or 12 wet mils) to yield 12 dry mils.
2)
UV Exposed Areas: Thoroughly mix FC7540/FC7964 topcoat material and apply at a rate of 120 sf/gal (0.83 gal/100 sf or 13 wet mils) to yield 12 dry mils.
f.
System coating thickness is 40 dry mils exclusive of primer and aggregate. Heavy duty application areas will yield 52 dry mils exclusive of primer and aggregate.
2.
Seed and Backroll Method:
a.
Primer: Where required, thoroughly mix primer and apply at a rate of 300 sf/gal (0.33 gal/100 sf) to all concrete surfaces. Within 24 hours of application of primer, base coat must be applied. If base coat cannot be applied within 24 hours, inspect surface for contaminants, clean surface as necessary, and re-prime.
b.
Base Coat: Thoroughly mix FC7500/FC7960 base coat material and apply at a rate of 80 sf/gal (1.25 gal/100 sf or 20 wet mils), to yield 20 dry mils. Extend base coat over cracks and control joints which have received detail treatment.
c.
Wear Coat (Heavy Duty Areas Only): For heavy traffic areas such as ticket booths, spiraled ramps, turn areas, or in other areas subjected to high traffic abrasion, heavy duty application is required. In such areas, thoroughly mix FC7510/FC7961 wear coat material and apply at a rate of 133 sf/ gal (0.75 gal/100 sf or 12 wet mils) to yield 12 dry mils, and immediately broadcast aggregate, evenly distributed, into wet coating at the rate of 10 lbs/100 sf. When dry, remove excess aggregate.
d.
Topcoat:
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select one of the following two paragraphs and delete the one not required. Contact NEOGARD for available colors. For interior/covered applications not exposed to UV light (i.e. sunlight and some fluorescent lighting), use FC7510/FC7961 urethane topcoat. Urethane topcoat FC7540/FC7964 can be used for interior/covered or exterior applications exposed to UV light.
 
1)
Non-UV Exposed Areas: Thoroughly mix FC7510/FC7961 topcoat material and apply at a rate of 80 sf/gal (1.25 gal/100 sf or 20 wet mils) to yield 20 dry mils. Immediately broadcast aggregate at a rate of approximately 15 lbs/100 sf and backroll to encapsulate aggregate.
2)
UV Exposed Areas: Thoroughly mix FC7540/FC7964 topcoat material and apply at a rate of 70 sf/gal (1.42 gal/100 sf or 22 wet mils) to yield 20 dry mils. Immediately broadcast aggregate at a rate of approximately 15 lbs/100 sf and backroll to encapsulate aggregate.
e.
System coating thickness is 40 dry mils exclusive of primer and aggregate. Heavy duty application areas will yield 52 dry mils exclusive of primer and aggregate.
G.
AUTO-GARD FC ALIPHATIC: Two component, fast cure, low odor urethane system for fast turnaround and/or odor sensitive applications with tintable topcoat.
1.
Primer: Where required, thoroughly mix primer and apply at a rate of 300 sf/gal (0.33 gal/100 sf) to all concrete surfaces. Within 24 hours of application of primer, base coat must be applied. If base coat cannot be applied within 24 hours, inspect surface for contaminants, clean surface as necessary, and re-prime.
2.
Base Coat: Thoroughly mix FC7500/FC79690 base coat material and apply at a rate of 80 sf/gal (1.25 gal/100 sf or 20 wet mils), to yield 20 dry mils. Extend base coat over cracks and control joints which have received detail treatment.
3.
Wear Coat: Thoroughly mix FC7530/FC7963 wear coat material and apply at a rate of 200 sf/gal (0.5 gal/100 sf or 8 wet mils) to yield 8 dry mils, and immediately broadcast aggregate, evenly distributed, into wet coating at the rate of 15 lbs/100 sf. When dry, remove excess aggregate.
4.
Heavy Duty Areas Only: For heavy traffic areas such as ticket booths, spiraled ramps, turn areas, or in other areas subjected to high traffic abrasion, heavy duty application is required. In such areas, thoroughly mix FC7530/FC7963 wear coat material and apply a second wear coat at a rate of 133 sf/gal (0.75 gal/100 sf or 12 wet mils) to yield 12 dry mils, and immediately broadcast additional aggregate, evenly distributed, into wet coating at a rate of 10 lbs/100 sf. When dry, remove excess aggregate.
5.
Topcoat: Thoroughly mix FC7530/FC7963 topcoat material and apply at a rate of 133 sf/gal (0.75 gal/100 sf or 12 wet mils) to yield 12 dry mils.
6.
Standard system coating thickness is 40 dry mils exclusive of primer and aggregate. Heavy duty application areas will yield 52 dry mils exclusive of primer and aggregate.
H.
AUTO-GARD E: Two component, urethane/epoxy hybrid system with optional topcoats; ideal for high volume, heavy traffic applications.
1.
Primer: Where required, thoroughly mix primer and apply at a rate of 300 sf/gal (0.33 gal/100 sf) to all concrete surfaces. Within 24 hours of application of primer, base coat must be applied. If base coat cannot be applied within 24 hours, inspect surface for contaminants, clean surface as necessary, and re-prime.
2.
Base Coat: Thoroughly mix FC7500/FC7960 urethane coating and apply at a rate of 80 sf/gal (1.25 gal/100 sf or 20 wet mils) to yield 20 dry mils. Extend base coat over cracks and control joints which have received detail treatment.
3.
Wear Coat:
a.
Standard Duty: Thoroughly mix 70714/70715-09 clear 100% solids epoxy and apply at a rate of 133 sf/gal (0.75 gal/100 sf or 12 wet mils) to yield 12 dry mils, and immediately broadcast selected aggregate, evenly distributed, into wet epoxy at the rate of 15 lbs per 100 square feet. When dry, remove excess aggregate.
b.
Heavy Duty: Use for heavy traffic areas such as ticket booths, spiraled ramps, turn areas, or in other areas subjected to high traffic abrasion, heavy duty application is required. In such areas, thoroughly mix 70714/70715-09 clear 100% solids epoxy and apply at a rate of 100 sf/gal (1.0 gal/100 sf or 16 wet mils) to yield 16 dry mils, and immediately broadcast selected aggregate, evenly distributed, into wet coating at the rate of 15 lbs per 100 square feet. When dry, remove excess aggregate.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select one of the following two paragraphs and delete the one not required. Contact NEOGARD for available colors. For interior/covered applications not exposed to UV light (i.e. sunlight and some fluorescent lighting), use 70714/70715-09 100% solids pigmented epoxy topcoat. Urethane topcoat FC7540/FC7964 can be used for interior/covered or exterior applications exposed to UV light.
 
4.
Topcoat: Non-UV Exposed Areas: Thoroughly mix 70714/70715-09 100% solids pigmented epoxy and apply at a rate of 110 sf/gal (0.9 gal/100 sf or 14 wet mils) to yield 14 dry mils.
5.
Topcoat: UV Exposed Areas: Thoroughly mix FC7540/FC7964 topcoat material and apply at a rate of 100 sf/gal (1.0 gal/100 sf or 16 wet mils) to yield 14 dry mils.
6.
System coating thickness for standard system is 46 dry mils exclusive of primer and aggregate. Heavy duty application areas will yield 50 dry mils exclusive of primer and aggregate.
I.
AUTO-GARD F: Two component, urethane/epoxy hybrid system with optional topcoats; incorporates a coarse aggregate designed for steep ramps or other high traction applications.
1.
Primer: Where required, thoroughly mix primer and apply at a rate of 300 sf/gal (0.33 gal/100 sf) to all concrete surfaces. Within 24 hours of application of primer, base coat must be applied. If base coat cannot be applied within 24 hours, inspect surface for contaminants, clean surface as necessary, and re-prime.
2.
Base Coat: Thoroughly mix FC7500/FC7960 base coat material and apply at a rate of 80 sf/gal (1.25 gal/100 sf or 20 wet mils), to yield 20 dry mils. Extend base coat over cracks and control joints, which have received detail treatment.
3.
Wear Coat: Thoroughly mix 70714/70715-09 material and apply at a rate of 133 sf/gal (0.75 gal/100 sf or 12 wet mils) to yield 12 dry mils, and immediately broadcast #3 flint, evenly distributed, into wet coating to point of rejection (approximately 30 lbs/100 sf). When dry, remove excess aggregate.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select one of the following two paragraphs and delete the one not required. Contact NEOGARD for available colors. For interior/covered applications not exposed to UV light (i.e. sunlight and some fluorescent lighting), use 70714/70715-09 100% solids pigmented epoxy topcoat. Urethane topcoat FC7540/FC7964 can be used for interior/covered or exterior applications exposed to UV light.
 
4.
Topcoat: Non-UV Exposed Areas: Thoroughly mix 70714/70715-09 100% solids pigmented epoxy and apply at a rate of 66 sf/gal (1.5 gal/100 sf or 24 wet mils) to yield 24 dry mils.
5.
Topcoat: UV Exposed Areas: Thoroughly mix FC7540/FC7964 topcoat material and apply at a rate of 60 sf/gal (1.66 gal/100 sf or 26 wet mils) to yield 24 dry mils.
6.
Total system coating thickness is 56 dry mils exclusive of primer and aggregate.
3.5
CLEANING
A.
Remove debris resulting from completion of traffic coating operations from the project site.
B.
Clean floors in accordance with the Preventive Maintenance Manuals for NEOGARD Pedestrian or Vehicular Deck Coating Systems.
3.6
PROTECTION
A.
After completion of application, do not allow traffic on coated surfaces for a period of at least 24 hours for pedestrian systems or 48 hours for vehicular systems at 75 degrees F (24 degrees C) and 50 percent RH.
B.
Protect installed products until completion of project.
C.
Touch-up, repair or replace damaged products before Substantial Completion.
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