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SECTION 09 67 00
FLUID APPLIED FLOORING
 
 
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** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** NEOGARD ; Fluid applied 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
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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) decorative and industrial floor coating solutions that are available in a variety of colors, textures and thicknesses. These systems can vary in thickness from 16 mils to 250 mils depending on the operating floor conditions and requirements.
 
PART 1 GENERAL
 
1.1
SECTION INCLUDES
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete items below not required for project.
 
A.
Decorative Flake Flooring.
B.
Decorative Broadcast Quartz Flooring.
C.
Decorative Trowel Quartz Flooring.
D.
Industrial Flooring.
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 07 91 26 - Joint Fillers
C.
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 307 - Test Method for Tensile Strength of Chemical - Resistant Mortars
B.
ASTM C 413 - Standard Test Method for Absorption of Chemical-Resistant Mortars, Grouts, Monolithic Surfacings, and Polymer Concretes
C.
ASTM C 531 - Test Method for Linear Shrinkage and Coefficient of Thermal expansion of Chemical-Resistant Mortars, Grouts and Monolithic Surfacing
D.
ASTM C 579 - Test Methods for Compressive Strength of Chemical-Resistant Mortars and Monolithic Surfaces
E.
ASTM C 580 - Test Method for Flexural Strength and Modulus of Elasticity of Chemical-Resistant Mortars, grouts and Monolithic Surfaces
F.
ASTM D 412 - Standard Test Methods for Vulcanized Rubber and Thermoplastic ElastomersTension.
G.
ASTM D 471 - Standard Test Method for Rubber PropertyEffect of Liquids
H.
ASTM D 570 - Standard Test Method for Water Absorption of Plastics
I.
ASTM D 635 - Standard Test Method for Rate of Burning and/or Extent and Time of Burning of Plastics in a Horizontal Position
J.
ASTM D 638 - Standard Test Method for Tensile Properties of Plastics
K.
ASTM D 695 - Standard Test Method for Compressive Properties of Rigid Plastics
L.
ASTM D 790 - Standard Test Methods for Flexural Properties of Unreinforced and Reinforced Plastics and Electrical Insulating Materials
M.
ASTM D 2240 - Standard Test Method for Rubber PropertyDurometer Hardness
N.
ASTM D 2370 - Standard Test Method for Tensile Properties of Organic Coatings
O.
ASTM D 3234 - Standard Specification for Type PSM Poly(Vinyl Chloride) (PVC) Sewer Pipe and Fittings
P.
ASTM D 4060 - Standard Test Method for Abrasion Resistance of Organic Coatings by the Taber Abrader
Q.
ASTM D 4541 - Standard Test Method for Pull-Off Strength of Coatings Using Portable Adhesion Testers
R.
ASTM D 6905 - Standard Test Method for Compressive Properties of Rigid Plastics
S.
ASTM E 96 - Standard Test Methods for Water Vapor Transmission of Materials
T.
ASTM G 31 - Standard Guide for Laboratory Immersion Corrosion Testing of Metals
U.
ICRI Technical Guideline No. 310.2R-2013 - Selecting and Specifying Concrete Surface Preparation for Sealers, Coatings, Polymer Overlays, and Concrete Repair
1.4
DESIGN / PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS
A.
Requirement of Regulatory Agencies: Specified materials shall meet existing Federal, State and local VOC regulations.
1.5
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.
1.6
QUALITY ASSURANCE
A.
Installer Qualifications: An applicator acceptable to the manufacturer with documented experience in the installation of the floor system specified.
B.
Pre-Application Meeting:
1.
Convene a pre-application meeting two weeks before the start of application of floor 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.
1.7
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 (24 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.
1.8
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.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select the following two paragraphs for use with NEOCRETE SL BROADCAST only. Delete if not applicable.
 
C.
NEOCRETE SL Broadcast only:
1.
Do not proceed with application of materials when substrate temperature is less than 34 degrees F (1 degree C), if precipitation is imminent, or to a damp, unclean or frosty surface. Maintain a minimum substrate temperature of 34 degrees F (1 degree C) for a minimum of 48 hours before, during and after installation, or until cured. Take special precautions when ambient and/or substrate temperatures are approaching, at, or above 100 degrees F (38 degrees C).
2.
Substrate must have a properly installed, effective vapor barrier. Moisture vapor emission of concrete shall not to exceed 20 lbs./1,000 sq. ft./24 hrs, when tested by the quantitative calcium chloride test method in accordance with ASTM F 1869. Relative Humidity shall not to exceed 80 percent when tested by In-situ Probe Test in accordance with ASTM F 2170.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select the following two paragraphs for use with NEOFLAKE, NEOFLAKE RTS, NEOQUARTZ BROADCAST GS and NEOQUARTZ TROWEL RTS Products. Delete if not applicable
 
D.
NEOFLAKE, NEOFLAKE RTS, NEOQUARTZ BROADCAST GS and NEOQUARTZ TROWEL RTS only:
1.
Do not proceed with application of materials when substrate temperature is less than 60 degrees F (15 degrees C), if precipitation is imminent, or to a damp, unclean or frosty surface. Maintain a minimum substrate temperature of 60 degrees F (15 degrees C) for a minimum of 48 hours before, during and after installation, or until cured. Take special precautions when ambient and/or substrate temperatures are approaching, at, or above 100 degrees F (38 degrees C).
2.
Substrate must have a properly installed, effective vapor barrier. Moisture vapor emission of concrete shall not to exceed 3 lbs./1,000 sq. ft./24 hrs., when tested by the quantitative calcium chloride test method in accordance with ASTM F 1869. Relative Humidity shall not to exceed 75 percent when tested by In-situ Probe Test in accordance with ASTM F 2170.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select the following two paragraphs for use with NEOQUARTZ RTS and NEOQUARTZ TROWEL GS only. Delete if not applicable
 
E.
NEOQUARTZ RTS and NEOQUARTZ TROWEL GS only
1.
Do not proceed with application of materials when substrate temperature is less than 60 degrees F (15 degrees C), if precipitation is imminent, or to a damp, unclean or frosty surface. Maintain a minimum substrate temperature of 60 degrees F (15 degrees C) for a minimum of 48 hours before, during and after installation, or until cured. Take special precautions when ambient and/or substrate temperatures are approaching, at, or above 85 degrees F (29 degrees C).
2.
Substrate must have a properly installed, effective vapor barrier. Moisture vapor emission of concrete shall not to exceed 3 lbs./1,000 sq. ft./24 hrs., when tested by the quantitative calcium chloride test method in accordance with ASTM F 1869. Relative Humidity shall not to exceed 75 percent when tested by In-situ Probe Test in accordance with ASTM F 2170.
F.
Coordinate flooring 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 flooring system to cure adequately.
G.
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.
H.
Provide adequate ventilation.
I.
Provide a suitable workstation to mix coating materials.
J.
Maintain work area in a neat and orderly condition, removing empty containers, rags and trash daily from the site.
1.9
COORDINATION
A.
Coordinate Work with other operations and installation of floor finish materials 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 Decorative Flake Floor Finish(s), Decorative Quartz Floor Finish(s) and the Decorative Troweled Floor Finish(s) as required for the project from following paragraphs. Delete the paragraphs that are not applicable.
 
2.2
DECORATIVE FLAKE FLOORING
A.
NEOCRETE SL Flake: Self level grade cement based water dispersed polyurethane mortar with texture and decorative finish.
1.
Components:
a.
Crack and Joint Filler: 70718/70719 flexible epoxy.
b.
Sealant: 70991 or other polyurethane sealant approved by NEOGARD.
c.
Epoxy (100 percent Solids): 70714/70715 clear.
d.
Resin: 70800 series, gray, desert or red in color.
e.
Hardener: 70801.
f.
Powder: NEOCRETE SL 70804.
g.
Fumed Silica: P1934.
h.
Chemical Resistant Urethane (CRU) Topcoat: 70815/70816.
i.
Colored Chips: Integrally colored, random sized chips.
2.
Typical performance requirements of cured heavy duty cementitious polyurethane mix are:
a.
Compressive Strength: ASTM C 579, 7,700 psi.
b.
Tensile Strength: ASTM C 307, 712 psi.
c.
Flexural Strength: ASTM C 580, 2,200 psi.
d.
Modulus of Elasticity: ASTM C 580, 446,000 psi.
e.
Shore D Hardness: ASTM D 2240, 84.
f.
Adhesion (Concrete): ASTM D 4541, 400 psi.
g.
Water Resistance: ASTM C 413, < 0.42 percent.
h.
Flame Spread: ASTM D 635, Pass/Self Extinguish HB-1
i.
Coefficient of Thermal Expansion: ASTM C 531, 2.4 x 10-5 in/in/degrees F
j.
Resistance to Fungal Growth: ASTM G 21, No Support of Growth
3.
Typical performance requirements of cured Chemical Resistant Urethane (CRU) topcoat are:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 2370, 3,446 psi
b.
Elongation: ASTM D 2370, 27 percent
c.
Water Resistance (24 hrs.): ASTM D 570, 0.44 percent
d.
MVT @ 10 mils: ASTM E 96, <0.4 Perm
e.
Taber Abrasion (CS-17): ASTM D 4060, 19 mg/1,000 cycles
f.
Shore D: ASTM D 2240, 58
g.
Flammability: ASTM D 635, Pass
h.
Flexural Strength: ASTM D 790, 239 psi
i.
Flexural Modulus: ASTM D 790, 6,360 psi
4.
Provide miscellaneous materials such as cleaning agents, adhesives, closed cell backer rod, deck drains, etc., compatible with the specified system.
B.
NEOFLAKE: Thin film, 100 percent solids epoxy system with PVC flakes.
1.
Components:
a.
Crack and Joint Filler: 70718/70719 flexible epoxy.
b.
Sealant: 70991, 70995 or other polyurethane sealant approved by NEOGARD.
c.
Colored Chips: Integrally colored, random sized chips.
d.
Primer: 70714/70715 clear epoxy.
e.
Base Coat: 70714/70715 pigmented epoxy.
f.
Seal Coats: 70734/70735 clear epoxy.
g.
Optional Texture: 86500 Neogrip spheres.
h.
Optional Texture Coat: 70734/70735 clear epoxy.
2.
Typical performance requirements of cured 70714/70715 pigmented epoxy are:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 638, ASTM D 2370, 3,700 psi.
b.
Elongation: ASTM 638, ASTM D 2370, ASTM D 412, 25 percent.
c.
Water Resistance (24 hrs.): ASTM D 570, 0.21 percent
d.
MVT @ 10 mils: ASTM E 96, 0.16 Perm
e.
Taber Abrasion (CS-17): ASTM D 4060, 25 mg/1,000 cycles
f.
Flexural Strength: ASTM D 790, 3,180 psi
g.
Shore D: ASTM D 2240, 78
h.
Flexural Modulus: ASTM D 790, 57,700 psi
i.
Compressive Strength: ASTM D 695, 25,300 psi.
3.
Typical performance requirements of cured 70734/70735 clear epoxy are:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 638, ASTM D 2370, 8,000 psi.
b.
Elongation: ASTM 638, ASTM D 2370, ASTM D 412, 14 percent.
c.
Water Resistance (24 hrs.): ASTM D 570, <2 percent
d.
MVT @ 20 mils: ASTM E 96, 0.10 Perm
e.
Taber Abrasion (CS-17): ASTM D 4060, 89 mg/1,000 cycles
f.
Flexural Strength: ASTM D 790, 10,000 psi
g.
Shore D: ASTM D 2240, 82
h.
Flexural Modulus: ASTM D 790, 400,000 psi
4.
Provide miscellaneous materials such as cleaning agents, adhesives, closed cell backer rod, deck drains, etc., compatible with the specified system.
C.
NEOFLAKE RTS: Decorative flake random broadcast for full rejection broadcast, fast return-to-service system utilizing CRU and/or Polyaspartic.
1.
Components:
a.
Crack and Joint Filler: 70718/70719 flexible epoxy.
b.
Sealant: 70991, 70995 or other polyurethane sealant approved by NEOGARD.
c.
Colored Chips: Integrally colored, random sized chips.
d.
Primer (Series #1 only): 70714/70715 clear epoxy.
e.
Series #1 Base Coat: 70714/70715 pigmented epoxy.
f.
Series #2 Base Coat: 70866/70816 clear Polyaspartic.
g.
Seal Coats: 70866/70816 clear Polyaspartic.
h.
Optional Texture Coat: 70866/70816 clear Polyaspartic.
i.
Optional Texture: 86500 Neogrip spheres.
2.
Typical performance requirements of cured 70714/70715 pigmented epoxy are:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 638, ASTM D 2370, 3,700 psi.
b.
Elongation: ASTM 638, ASTM D 2370, ASTM D 412, 25 percent.
c.
Water Resistance (24 hrs.): ASTM D 570, 0.21 percent
d.
MVT @ 10 mils: ASTM E 96, 0.16 Perm
e.
Taber Abrasion (CS-17): ASTM D 4060, 25 mg/1,000 cycles
f.
Flexural Strength: ASTM D 790, 3,180 psi
g.
Shore D: ASTM D 2240, 78
h.
Flexural Modulus: ASTM D 790, 57,700 psi
i.
Compressive Strength: ASTM D 695, 25,300 psi.
3.
Typical performance requirements of cured 70866/70816 clear Polyaspartic are:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 638, ASTM D 2370, 6,277 psi.
b.
Elongation: ASTM 638, ASTM D 2370, ASTM D 412, 39 percent.
c.
Water Resistance (24 hrs.): ASTM D 570, 63 percent
d.
MVT @ 20 mils: NA
e.
Taber Abrasion (CS-17): ASTM D 4060, 53 mg/1,000 cycles
f.
Flexural Strength: ASTM D 790, 257 psi
g.
Shore D: ASTM D 2240, 69
h.
Flexural Modulus: ASTM D 790, 7,421 psi
i.
Compressive Strength: NA.
4.
Provide miscellaneous materials such as cleaning agents, adhesives, closed cell backer rod, deck drains, etc., compatible with the specified system.
2.3
DECORATIVE BROADCAST QUARTZ FLOORING
A.
NEOCRETE SL QUARTZ: Self level grade cement based water dispersed polyurethane mortar with texture and decorative finish.
1.
Components:
a.
Crack and Joint Filler: 70718/70719 flexible epoxy.
b.
Sealant: 70991 or other polyurethane sealant approved by NEOGARD.
c.
Epoxy (100 percent Solids): 70714/70715 clear.
d.
Resin: 70800 series, gray, desert or red in color.
e.
Hardener: 70801.
f.
Powder: NEOCRETE SL 70804.
g.
Fumed Silica: P1934.
h.
Chemical Resistant Urethane (CRU) Topcoat: 70815/70816.
i.
Aggregate: Blended Color Quartz.
2.
Typical performance requirements of cured heavy duty cementitious polyurethane mix are:
a.
Compressive Strength: ASTM C 579, 7,700 psi.
b.
Tensile Strength: ASTM C 307, 712 psi.
c.
Flexural Strength: ASTM C 580, 2,200 psi.
d.
Modulus of Elasticity: ASTM C 580, 446,000 psi.
e.
Shore D Hardness: ASTM D 2240, 84.
f.
Adhesion (Concrete): ASTM D 4541, 400 psi.
g.
Water Resistance: ASTM C 413, < 0.42 percent.
h.
Flame Spread: ASTM D 635, Pass/Self Extinguish HB-1
i.
Coefficient of Thermal Expansion: ASTM C 531, 2.4 x 10-5 in/in/degrees F
j.
Resistance to Fungal Growth: ASTM G 21, No Support of Growth
3.
Typical performance requirements of cured Chemical Resistant Urethane (CRU) seal coats are:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 2370, 3,446 psi
b.
Elongation: ASTM D 2370, 27 percent
c.
Water Resistance (24 hrs.): ASTM D 570, 0.44 percent
d.
MVT @ 10 mils: ASTM E 96, <0.4 Perm
e.
Taber Abrasion (CS-17): ASTM D 4060, 19 mg/1,000 cycles
f.
Shore D: ASTM D 2240, 58
g.
Flammability: ASTM D 635, Pass
h.
Flexural Strength: ASTM D 790, 239 psi
i.
Flexural Modulus: ASTM D 790, 6,360 psi
4.
Provide miscellaneous materials such as cleaning agents, adhesives, closed cell backer rod, deck drains, etc., compatible with the specified system.
B.
NEOQUARTZ BROADCAST RTS: Decorative color quartz broadcast system.
1.
Components:
a.
Crack and Joint Filler: 70718/70719 flexible epoxy.
b.
Sealant: 70991, 70995 or other polyurethane sealant approved by NEOGARD.
c.
Fillers: P1934 fumed silica and 86364 blended aggregates.
d.
Aggregate: Blended Color Quartz.
e.
Primer: 70714/70715 clear epoxy.
f.
Base Coat: 70866/70816 clear Polyaspartic.
g.
Seal Coats: 70866/70816 clear Polyaspartic.
2.
Typical performance requirements of cured 70714/70715 pigmented epoxy are:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 638, ASTM D 2370, 3,700 psi.
b.
Elongation: ASTM 638, ASTM D 2370, ASTM D 412, 25 percent.
c.
Water Resistance (24 hrs.): ASTM D 570, 0.21 percent
d.
MVT @ 10 mils: ASTM E 96, 0.16 Perm
e.
Taber Abrasion (CS-17): ASTM D 4060, 25 mg/1,000 cycles
f.
Flexural Strength: ASTM D 790, 3,180 psi
g.
Shore D: ASTM D 2240, 78
h.
Flexural Modulus: ASTM D 790, 57,700 psi
i.
Compressive Strength: ASTM D 695, 25,300 psi.
3.
Typical performance requirements of cured 70866/70816 clear Polyaspartic are:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 638, ASTM D 2370, 6,277 psi.
b.
Elongation: ASTM 638, ASTM D 2370, ASTM D 412, 39 percent.
c.
Water Resistance (24 hrs.): ASTM D 570, 63 percent
d.
MVT @ 20 mils: NA
e.
Taber Abrasion (CS-17): ASTM D 4060, 53 mg/1,000 cycles
f.
Flexural Strength: ASTM D 790, 257 psi
g.
Shore D: ASTM D 2240, 69
h.
Flexural Modulus: ASTM D 790, 7,421 psi
i.
Compressive Strength: NA.
4.
Provide miscellaneous materials such as cleaning agents, adhesives, closed cell backer rod, deck drains, etc., compatible with the specified system.
C.
NEOQUARTZ BROADCAST GS: 100 percent solids, epoxy broadcast system with colored quartz.
1.
Components:
a.
Crack and Joint Filler: 70718/70719 flexible epoxy.
b.
Sealant: 70991, 70995 or other polyurethane sealant approved by NEOGARD.
c.
Fillers: P1934 fumed silica and 86364 blended aggregates.
d.
Aggregate: Blended Color Quartz.
e.
Base Coat: 70714/70715 clear epoxy.
f.
Interior Seal Coat: 70734/70735 clear, low yellowing
g.
epoxy.
h.
Exterior Seal Coat: 70815/70816 clear CRU.
2.
Typical performance requirements of cured 70714/70715 pigmented epoxy are:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 638, ASTM D 2370, 3,700 psi.
b.
Elongation: ASTM 638, ASTM D 2370, ASTM D 412, 25 percent.
c.
Water Resistance (24 hrs.): ASTM D 570, 0.21 percent
d.
MVT @ 10 mils: ASTM E 96, 0.16 Perm
e.
Taber Abrasion (CS-17): ASTM D 4060, 25 mg/1,000 cycles
f.
Adhesion: ASTM D 4541, 350 psi
g.
Flammability: ASTM D 635, Pass
h.
Flexural Strength: ASTM D 790, 3,180 psi
i.
Shore D: ASTM D 2240, 78
j.
Flexural Modulus: ASTM D 790, 57,700 psi
k.
Compressive Strength: ASTM D 695, 25,300 psi.
3.
Typical performance requirements of cured 70734/70735 clear are:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 638, ASTM D 2370, 8,000 psi.
b.
Elongation: ASTM 638, ASTM D 2370, ASTM D 412, 14 percent.
c.
Water Resistance (24 hrs.): ASTM D 570, <2 percent
d.
MVT @ 10 mils: ASTM E 96, 0.10 Perm
e.
Taber Abrasion (CS-17): ASTM D 4060, 89 mg/1,000 cycles
f.
Adhesion: ASTM D 4541, 400 psi
g.
Flammability: ASTM D 635, Pass
h.
Flexural Strength: ASTM D 790, 10,000 psi
i.
Shore D: ASTM D 2240, 82
j.
Flexural Modulus: ASTM D 790, 40,000 psi
k.
Compressive Strength: ASTM D 695, 11,000 psi.
4.
Provide miscellaneous materials such as cleaning agents, adhesives, closed cell backer rod, deck drains, etc., compatible with the specified system.
2.4
DECORATIVE TROWEL QUARTZ FLOORING
A.
NEOQUARTZ TROWEL GS: 100 percent solids, epoxy trowel system with colored quartz.
1.
Components:
a.
Crack and Joint Filler: 70718/70719 flexible epoxy.
b.
Fillers: P1934 fumed silica.
c.
Sealant: 70995, 70991 or other polyurethane sealant approved by NEOGARD.
d.
Aggregate: 86364 colored silica quartz aggregate-specify desired blend.
e.
Primer: 70714/70715 clear epoxy.
f.
Trowel Grade Mortar: 70714/70715 clear epoxy.
g.
Grout Coat: 70734/70735 clear epoxy.
h.
Interior Seal Coat: 70734/70735 clear, low yellowing epoxy.
i.
Exterior Seal Coat: 70815/70816 clear.
2.
Typical performance requirements of cured 70714/70715 epoxy mortar are:
a.
Compressive Strength: ASTM C 579, 10,900 psi.
b.
Tensile Strength: ASTM C 307, 1,700 psi.
c.
Flexural Strength: ASTM C 580, 4,280 psi
d.
Modulus of Elasticity: ASTM C 580, 1.16 x 106 psi
e.
Heat Resistance: MIL-D-3234F, Pass
f.
Impacted Load: ASTM D 6905, Pass @ <112 lbs.
3.
Typical performance requirements of cured 70714/70715 pigmented epoxy are:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 638, ASTM D 2370, 3,700 psi.
b.
Elongation: ASTM 638, ASTM D 2370, ASTM D 412, 25 percent.
c.
Water Resistance (24 hrs.): ASTM D 570, 0.21 percent
d.
MVT @ 10 mils: ASTM E 96, 0.16 Perm
e.
Taber Abrasion (CS-17): ASTM D 4060, 25 mg/1,000 cycles
f.
Adhesion: ASTM D 4541, 350 psi
g.
Flammability: ASTM D 635, Pass
h.
Flexural Strength: ASTM D 790, 3,180 psi
i.
Shore D: ASTM D 2240, 78
j.
Flexural Modulus: ASTM D 790, 57,700 psi
k.
Compressive Strength: ASTM D 695, 25,300 psi.
4.
Typical performance requirements of cured 70734/70735 clear are:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 638, ASTM D 2370, 8,000 psi.
b.
Elongation: ASTM 638, ASTM D 2370, ASTM D 412, 14 percent.
c.
Water Resistance (24 hrs.): ASTM D 570, <2 percent
d.
MVT @ 10 mils: ASTM E 96, 0.10 Perm
e.
Taber Abrasion (CS-17): ASTM D 4060, 89 mg/1,000 cycles
f.
Adhesion: ASTM D 4541, 400 psi
g.
Flammability: ASTM D 635, Pass
h.
Flexural Strength: ASTM D 790, 10,000 psi
i.
Shore D: ASTM D 2240, 82
j.
Flexural Modulus: ASTM D 790, 40,000 psi
k.
Compressive Strength: ASTM D 695, 11,000 psi.
5.
Typical performance requirements of cured 70815/70816 clear are:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 638, ASTM D 2370, 4,000 psi.
b.
Elongation: ASTM 638, ASTM D 2370, ASTM D 412, 10 percent.
c.
Water Resistance (24 hrs.): ASTM D 570, <1 percent
d.
MVT @ 5 mils: ASTM E 96, 1.4 Perm
e.
Taber Abrasion (CS-17): ASTM D 4060, 40 mg/1,000 cycles
f.
Adhesion: ASTM D 4541, 300 psi
g.
Flammability: ASTM D 635, Pass
h.
Flexural Strength: NA
i.
Shore D: NA
j.
Flexural Modulus: NA
k.
Compressive Strength: NA
6.
Provide miscellaneous materials such as cleaning agents, adhesives, closed cell backer rod, deck drains, etc., compatible with the specified system.
B.
NEOQUARTZ TROWEL RTS: HYPERLINK "http://www.neogard.com/Portals/1/Literature/GuideSpec/Flooring/NeoquartzTRTS-GSCSI.pdf" NeoQuartz Trowel RTS - Decorative color quartz trowel system with Polyaspartic Grout Coat and Seal Coats that allows fast return to service.
1.
Components:
a.
Crack and Joint Filler: 70718/70719 flexible epoxy.
b.
Fillers: P1934 fumed silica.
c.
Sealant: 70995, 70991 or other polyurethane sealant approved by NEOGARD.
d.
Aggregate: 86364 colored silica quartz aggregate-specify desired blend.
e.
Primer: 70714/70715 clear epoxy.
f.
Trowel Grade Mortar: 70714/70715 clear epoxy.
g.
Grout Coat: 70866/70816 clear Polyaspartic.
h.
Exterior Seal Coat: 70815/70816 clear Polyaspartic.
2.
Typical performance requirements of cured 70714/70715 epoxy mortar are:
a.
Compressive Strength: ASTM C 579, 12,759 psi.
b.
Tensile Strength: ASTM C 307, 1,700 psi.
c.
Flexural Strength: ASTM C 580, 4,200 psi
d.
Modulus of Elasticity: ASTM C 580, 1.16 x 106 psi
e.
Heat Resistance: MIL-D-3234F, Pass
f.
Impacted Load: ASTM D 6905, Pass @ <112 lbs.
3.
Typical performance requirements of cured 70866/70816 clear are:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 638, ASTM D 2370, 6,277 psi.
b.
Elongation: ASTM 638, ASTM D 2370, ASTM D 412, 39 percent.
c.
Water Resistance (24 hrs.): ASTM D 570, 0.63 percent
d.
Taber Abrasion (CS-17): ASTM D 4060, 53 mg/1,000 cycles
e.
Shore D: ASTM D 2240, 69
f.
Flexural Modulus: ASTM D 790, 257 psi
g.
Compressive Strength: ASTM D 790, 7,421 psi
4.
Provide miscellaneous materials such as cleaning agents, adhesives, closed cell backer rod, deck drains, etc., compatible with the specified system.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select the Industrial Floor Finish(s) as required for the project from following paragraphs. Delete the paragraphs that are not applicable.
 
2.5
INDUSTRIAL FLOORING
A.
NEOGARD CG 32: High performance epoxy floor system.
1.
Components:
a.
Crack and Joint Filler: 70718/70719 flexible epoxy.
b.
Sealant: 70995 or 70991 or other polyurethane sealant approved by NEOGARD.
c.
Primer: 70714/70715 clear epoxy.
d.
Base Coat: 70714/70715 clear or pigmented epoxy.
e.
Topcoat: 70714/70715 clear or pigmented epoxy.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select the optional topcoat or texture coat(s) if required for the project from following paragraphs. Delete if not applicable.
 
f.
Optional Chemical Resistant Topcoat: 70815/70816 clear or pigmented CRU.
g.
Optional Texture Coat: 70714/70715 clear or pigmented epoxy, or 70815/70816 clear or pigmented CRU.
h.
Optional Texture: 86500 Neogrip spheres.
2.
Typical performance requirements of cured 70714/70715 clear or pigmented epoxy:
a.
Compressive Strength: ASTM C 695, 23,300 psi.
b.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 638, 712 psi.
c.
Elongation: ASTM D 638, 25 percent
d.
Water Resistance (24 hrs.): ASTM D 570, 0.21 percent
e.
MVT @ 10 mils: ASTM E 96, 0.16 Perm
f.
Taber Abrasion (CS-17): ASTM D 4060, 25 mg/1,000 cycles
g.
Flexural Strength: ASTM C 790, 3,190 psi.
h.
Shore D Hardness: ASTM D 2240, 78.
i.
Flexural Modulus: ASTM D 790, 57,700 psi
3.
Typical performance requirements of 70815/70816 clear or pigmented CRU:
a.
Compressive Strength: NA
b.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 2370, 3446 psi.
c.
Elongation: ASTM D 2370, 27 percent
d.
Water Resistance (24 hrs.): ASTM D 570, 0.44 percent
e.
MVT @ 10 mils: NA
f.
Taber Abrasion (CS-17): ASTM D 4060, 19 mg/1,000 cycles
g.
Flexural Strength: ASTM C 790, 239 psi.
h.
Shore D: ASTM D 2240, 58
i.
Flexural Modulus: ASTM D 790, 6,360 psi
4.
Provide miscellaneous materials such as cleaning agents, adhesives, closed cell backer rod, deck drains, etc., compatible with the specified system.
B.
NEOGARD CG 65: High performance epoxy floor system.
1.
Components:
a.
Crack and Joint Filler: 70718/70719 flexible epoxy.
b.
Sealant: 70995 or 70991 or other polyurethane sealant approved by NEOGARD.
c.
Aggregate: 86364 silica quartz.
d.
First Base Coat: 70714/70715 clear epoxy.
e.
Topcoat: 70714/70715 clear or pigmented epoxy.
f.
Seal Coats: 70714/70715 pigmented epoxy.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select the optional finish coat if required for the project from following paragraph. Delete if not applicable.
 
g.
Optional Chemical Resistant Topcoat: 70815/70816 clear or pigmented CRU.
2.
Typical performance requirements of cured 70714/70715 clear or pigmented epoxy:
a.
Compressive Strength: ASTM C 695, 23,300 psi.
b.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 638, 3,700 psi.
c.
Elongation: ASTM D 638, 25 percent
d.
Water Resistance (24 hrs.): ASTM D 570, 0.21 percent
e.
MVT @ 10 mils: ASTM E 96, 0.16 Perm
f.
Taber Abrasion (CS-17): ASTM D 4060, 25 mg/1,000 cycles
g.
Flexural Strength: ASTM C 790, 3,180 psi.
h.
Shore D Hardness: ASTM D 2240, 78.
i.
Flexural Modulus: ASTM D 790, 57,700 psi
3.
Typical performance requirements of 70815/70816 clear or pigmented CRU:
a.
Compressive Strength: NA
b.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 2370, 3446 psi.
c.
Elongation: ASTM D 2370, 27 percent
d.
Water Resistance (24 hrs.): ASTM D 570, 0.44 percent
e.
MVT @ 10 mils: NA
f.
Taber Abrasion (CS-17): ASTM D 4060, 19 mg/1,000 cycles
g.
Flexural Strength: ASTM C 790, 239 psi.
h.
Shore D: ASTM D 2240, 58
i.
Flexural Modulus: ASTM D 790, 6,360 psi
4.
Provide miscellaneous materials such as cleaning agents, adhesives, closed cell backer rod, deck drains, etc., compatible with the specified system.
C.
NEOGARD CG 125: High performance epoxy mortar floor system.
1.
Components:
a.
Crack and Joint Filler: 70718/70719 flexible epoxy.
b.
Sealant: 70995 or 70991 or other polyurethane sealant approved by NEOGARD.
c.
Aggregate: 86364 silica quartz.
d.
First Base Coat: 70714/70715 clear epoxy.
e.
Second Base Coat: 70714/70715 clear or pigmented epoxy.
f.
Seal Coats: 70714/70715 pigmented epoxy.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select the optional finish coat if required for the project from following paragraph. Delete if not applicable.
 
g.
Optional Finish Coat: 70815/70816 clear or pigmented CRU.
2.
Typical performance requirements of cured 70714/70715 clear or pigmented epoxy:
a.
Compressive Strength: ASTM C 695, 23,300 psi.
b.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 638, 3,700 psi.
c.
Elongation: ASTM D 638, 25 percent
d.
Water Resistance (24 hrs.): ASTM D 570, 0.21 percent
e.
MVT @ 10 mils: ASTM E 96, 0.16 Perm
f.
Taber Abrasion (CS-17): ASTM D 4060, 25 mg/1,000 cycles
g.
Flexural Strength: ASTM C 790, 3,180 psi.
h.
Shore D Hardness: ASTM D 2240, 78.
i.
Flexural Modulus: ASTM D 790, 57,700 psi
3.
Typical performance requirements of 70815/70816 clear or pigmented CRU:
a.
Compressive Strength: NA
b.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 2370, 3446 psi.
c.
Elongation: ASTM D 2370, 27 percent
d.
Water Resistance (24 hrs.): ASTM D 570, 0.44 percent
e.
MVT @ 10 mils: NA
f.
Taber Abrasion (CS-17): ASTM D 4060, 19 mg/1,000 cycles
g.
Flexural Strength: ASTM C 790, 239 psi.
h.
Shore D: ASTM D 2240, 58
i.
Flexural Modulus: ASTM D 790, 6,360 psi
4.
Provide miscellaneous materials such as cleaning agents, adhesives, closed cell backer rod, deck drains, etc., compatible with the specified system.
D.
NEOGARD CG 250: High performance epoxy mortar floor system.
1.
Components:
a.
Crack and Joint Filler: 70718/70719 flexible epoxy.
b.
Sealant: 70995 or 70991 or other polyurethane sealant approved by NEOGARD.
c.
Aggregate: 86364 silica quartz.
d.
Primer: 70714/70715 clear epoxy.
e.
Trowel Grade Mortar: 70714/70715 clear or pigmented epoxy.
f.
Grout Coat: 70714/70715 clear or pigmented epoxy.
g.
Seal Coats: 70714/70715 pigmented epoxy.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select the optional finish coat if required for the project from following paragraph. Delete if not applicable.
 
h.
Optional Finish Coat: 70815/70816 clear or pigmented CRU.
2.
Typical performance requirements of cured 70714/70715 clear or pigmented epoxy:
a.
Compressive Strength: ASTM C 695, 23,300 psi.
b.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 638, 3,700 psi.
c.
Elongation: ASTM D 638, 25 percent
d.
Water Resistance (24 hrs.): ASTM D 570, 0.21 percent
e.
MVT @ 10 mils: ASTM E 96, 0.16 Perm
f.
Taber Abrasion (CS-17): ASTM D 4060, 25 mg/1,000 cycles
g.
Flexural Strength: ASTM C 790, 3,180 psi.
h.
Shore D Hardness: ASTM D 2240, 78.
i.
Flexural Modulus: ASTM D 790, 57,700 psi
3.
Typical performance requirements of 70815/70816 clear or pigmented CRU:
a.
Compressive Strength: NA
b.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 2370, 3446 psi.
c.
Elongation: ASTM D 2370, 27 percent
d.
Water Resistance (24 hrs.): ASTM D 570, 0.44 percent
e.
MVT @ 10 mils: NA
f.
Taber Abrasion (CS-17): ASTM D 4060, 19 mg/1,000 cycles
g.
Flexural Strength: ASTM C 790, 239 psi.
h.
Shore D: ASTM D 2240, 58
i.
Flexural Modulus: ASTM D 790, 6,360 psi
4.
Provide miscellaneous materials such as cleaning agents, adhesives, closed cell backer rod, deck drains, etc., compatible with the specified system.
E.
NEOCRETE SL Broadcast: Cementitious polyurethane and silica quartz floor system:
1.
Components:
a.
Crack and Joint Filler: 70718/70719 flexible epoxy.
b.
Sealant: 70991 or other polyurethane sealant approved by NEOGARD.
c.
Epoxy (100 percent Solids): 70714/70715 clear.
d.
Resin: 70800 series, gray, desert or red in color.
e.
Hardener: 70801.
f.
Powder: NEOCRETE SL 70804.
g.
Fumed Silica: P1934.
h.
Novolac Epoxy: 100 percent solids 70704/70705
i.
Aggregate: Blended Color Quartz.
2.
Typical performance requirements of cured heavy duty cementitious polyurethane mix are:
a.
Compressive Strength: ASTM C 579, 7,700 psi.
b.
Tensile Strength: ASTM C 307, 712 psi.
c.
Flexural Strength: ASTM C 580, 2,200 psi.
d.
Modulus of Elasticity: ASTM C 580, 446,000 psi.
e.
Shore D Hardness: ASTM D 2240, 84.
f.
Adhesion (Concrete): ASTM D 4541, 400 psi.
g.
Water Resistance: ASTM C 413, < 0.42 percent.
h.
Flame Spread: ASTM D 635, Pass/Self Extinguish HB-1
i.
Coefficient of Thermal Expansion: ASTM C 531, 2.4 x 10-5 in/in/degrees F
j.
Resistance to Fungal Growth: ASTM G 21, No Support of Growth
3.
Typical performance requirements of cured Novolac epoxy topcoat:
a.
Compressive Strength: ASTM C 579, 10,700 psi.
b.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 638, 8,500 psi
c.
Impact Resistance: Mil-D-3134, Section 4.7.3; Passes 16 ft/lbs.
d.
Taber Abrasion (CS-17): ASTM D 4060, 40 mg/1,000 cycles
e.
Shore D: ASTM D 2240, 84
f.
Resistance to Fungal Growth: ASTM G 21, No Support of Growth
4.
Provide miscellaneous materials such as cleaning agents, adhesives, closed cell backer rod, deck drains, etc., compatible with the specified system.
F.
Skygard MD: Medium Duty Aviation Hangar Floor System.
1.
Components:
a.
Crack and Joint Filler: 70718/70719 flexible epoxy.
b.
Sealant: 70991, 70995 or other polyurethane sealant approved by NEOGARD.
c.
Texture (Optional): 86500 Neogrip spheres.
d.
Primer: 70714/70715 clear epoxy.
e.
Base Coat: 70714/70715 pigmented epoxy.
f.
Topcoat: 70815/70816 pigmented CRU.
2.
Typical performance requirements of cured 70714/70715 pigmented epoxy are:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 638, ASTM D 2370, 3,700 psi.
b.
Elongation: ASTM 638, ASTM D 2370, ASTM D 412, 25 percent.
c.
MVT @ 10 mils: ASTM E 96, 0.16 Perm
d.
Taber Abrasion (CS-17): ASTM D 4060, 25 mg/1,000 cycles
e.
Impact Resistance: Mil-D-3134, Sec. 4.7.3; Passes 16 ft/lbs.
f.
Adhesion: ASTM D 4541, 350 psi
g.
Shore D: ASTM D 2240, 78
h.
Flexural Strength: ASTM D 790, 3,180 psi
i.
Flexural Modulus: ASTM D 790, 57,700 psi
j.
Compressive Strength: ASTM D 695, 25,300 psi.
3.
Typical performance requirements of 70815/70816 clear or pigmented CRU:
a.
Tensile Strength: ASTM D 2370, 3446 psi.
b.
Elongation: ASTM D 2370, 27 percent
c.
Water Resistance (24 hrs.): ASTM D 570, 0.44 percent
d.
Taber Abrasion (CS-17): ASTM D 4060, 19 mg/1,000 cycles
e.
Shore D: ASTM D 2240, 58
f.
Flammability: ASTM D 635, Pass
g.
Flexural Strength: ASTM C 790, 239 psi.
h.
Flexural Modulus: ASTM D 790, 6,360 psi
4.
Provide miscellaneous materials such as cleaning agents, adhesives, closed cell backer rod, deck drains, etc., compatible with the specified system.
PART 3 EXECUTION
 
3.1
EXAMINATION
A.
Do not begin installation until substrates have been properly prepared.
B.
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 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.
Damaged areas of concrete substrate have been restored to match adjacent areas. Use 70714/70715 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 with NEOCRETE SL Flake only. Delete if not applicable
 
4.
T Substrate must have a properly installed, effective vapor barrier. Moisture vapor emission of concrete does not to exceed 10 lbs./1,000 sq. ft./24 hrs., when tested by the quantitative calcium chloride test method in accordance with ASTM F 1869. Relative Humidity does not to exceed 80 percent when tested by In-situ Probe Test in accordance with ASTM F 2170.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select the following paragraph for use with NEOFLAKE and NEOFLAKE RTS only. Delete if not applicable
 
5.
Substrate must have a properly installed, effective vapor barrier. Moisture vapor emission of concrete shall not to exceed 3 lbs./1,000 sq. ft./24 hrs., when tested by the quantitative calcium chloride test method in accordance with ASTM F 1869. Relative Humidity shall not to exceed 75percent when tested by In-situ Probe Test in accordance with ASTM F 2170.
C.
If substrate preparation is the responsibility of another installer, notify Architect of unsatisfactory preparation before proceeding.
3.2
PREPARATION
A.
Select concrete surface preparation for sealers, coatings, polymer overlays, and concrete repair in accordance with ICRI Technical Guideline No. 310.2R-2013.
B.
Cleaning: Surfaces contaminated with oil or grease shall be vigorously scrubbed with a power broom and a strong non-sudsing detergent. 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 paragraph as required for the project. Note that If shot-blasting is not practical, contact NEOGARD(R) Technical Service at techservice@neogard.com for additional recommendations.
 
C.
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 CSP3-4) without causing additional surface defects in substrate. 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.
D.
Cracks: After shot-blasting, fill all non-moving cracks with 70714/70715 epoxy, mixed with P1934 fumed silica to form a paste. Mix ratio is one part 70714/70715 epoxy to 3 parts P1934 fumed silica by volume.
E.
Control and Cold Joints: Fill control and cold joints flush with 70718/70719 flexible epoxy at a 3/4 inch depth. Install backer rod if necessary to limit depth to 3/4 inch.
F.
Expansion and Isolation Joints: Seal expansion and isolation joints greater than 1 inch in width with 70995 or 70991 sealant. Apply sealant to inside of joint only, and not to floor surface.
3.3
INSTALLATION - DECORATIVE FLAKE FLOORING
A.
Install in accordance with manufacturer's instructions.
B.
NEOCRETE SL Flake:
1.
Ensure that specified dry film thickness is achieved with a wet mil gauge. Verify actual thickness of wet coating applied, adjusting as needed for those factors, which directly affect the dry film build.
2.
Primer: Not required.
3.
Cementitious Polyurethane Mix: Mix 90 fluid oz. of 70800 series resin with 63 fluid oz. of 70801 hardener for one minute. Slowly add one bag of NEOCRETE SL 70804 powder to the resin mix. Continue mixing until the powder has been uniformly blended with the resin mix. Mix blended material for an additional 2 minutes. Pour the cementitious polyurethane mix onto the floor and spread using a gauge rake. One unit of mixed material covers approximately 18 to 20 square feet at 3/16 inch thickness. Thickness and coverage rate can vary due to finish of substrate. Immediately backroll with a spike roller to de-air and level the material.
4.
Color Chips: Immediately broadcast blended color chips into wet cementitious polyurethane mix at a rate of 15 to 20 lbs. by weight per 100 square feet until desired pattern is achieved. Make sure the blended color chips are thrown up into the air so they will fall vertically into the wet cementitious polyurethane mix. Note: Maintain a one to two foot wet edge without any chips to allow for a smooth transition to the next application of cementitious polyurethane mix. Allow to cure 8 to 12 hours @ 70 degrees F (21 degrees C). After curing, remove excess aggregate and lightly sand with a circular floor sander and #50 grit sandpaper to remove any rough spots. Remove all debris from sanding to provide a clean, moisture free surface.
5.
Chemical Resistant Urethane (CRU) Topcoat: Mix 70815/70816 clear at a ratio of 1:1 by volume for three minutes. Apply 70815/70816 at a rate of 125 square feet per gallon to achieve 12 mils DFT to prepared substrate and allow to cure 8 to 12 hours @ 75 degrees F (24 degrees C) before allowing foot traffic.
C.
NEOFLAKE:
1.
Ensure that specified dry film thickness is achieved with a wet mil gauge. Verify actual thickness of wet coating applied, adjusting as needed for those factors, which directly affect the dry film build.
2.
Primer: Mix 70714/70715 clear epoxy at a ratio of 2:1 by volume for three minutes. Apply at a rate of 200 sf/ gal (8 wet mils) to yield 8 dry mils. Allow to cure until tack free 8- 9 hours @ 75 degrees F (24 degrees C).
3.
Base Coat: Mix 70714-XX/70715 pigmented epoxy at a ratio of 2:1 by volume for 3 minutes. Apply mixed 70714-XX/70715 pigmented epoxy at a rate of 100 sf/ gal (16 wet mils) to yield 16 dry mils. Backroll applied material to ensure a uniform coverage. De-air and finish leveling with a spiked roller.
4.
Color Chips: Wearing spiked shoes, broadcast blended color chips into wet base coat until desired pattern is achieved. Allow a 1- 2 foot wet working edge without color chips to allow for a smooth transition to continuation of application of next pass of neat epoxy. Allow to cure until tack free (8 to 12 hours at 75 degrees F, 24 degrees C). Lightly sand with circular power sander using 60-grit paper to remove rough spots, followed by sweeping and vacuuming.
5.
First Seal Coat: Mix 70734/70735 clear at a ratio of 2:1 for three minutes. Apply at a rate of 200 sf/gal (8 wet mils) to yield 8 dry mils. Allow to cure until tack free 12- 16 hours @ 75 degrees F (24 degrees C).
6.
Second Seal Coat: Mix 70734/70735 clear at a ratio of 2:1 for three minutes. Apply at a rate of 200 sf/gal (8 wet mils) to yield 8 dry mils. If applying an Optional Texture Coat, allow to cure until tack free (12- 16 hours @ 75 degrees F, 24 degrees C). If this is the final coat, allow system to cure for 24 hours at 75 degrees F (24 degrees C) before allowing foot traffic, 48 hours before allowing heavy load.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select the following optional Texture Coat paragraph if required. Delete if not applicable
 
7.
Optional Texture Coat: To achieve a limited slip-resistant surface, apply a third topcoat of 70734/70735 clear. Add 4 ounces by volume of Neogrip spheres to 1 gallon of 70734 and mix with 1/2 gallon of 70735 for three minutes. Apply at 400 sf/gal (4 wet mils) to yield 4 dry mils. Note: Installing the Optional Texture Coat thicker than 4 wet mils will cause the Neogrip spheres to sink into the 70734/70735 coating, thus eliminating the desired slip-resistant texture.
D.
NEOFLAKE RTS:
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select Random Broadcast or Full Rejection Broadcast from the following paragraphs. Delete the one not applicable.
 
1.
Series #1 Random Broadcast:
a.
Ensure that specified dry film thickness is achieved with a wet mil gauge. Verify actual thickness of wet coating applied, adjusting as needed for those factors, which directly affect the dry film build.
b.
Primer: Mix 70714/70715 clear epoxy at a ratio of 2:1 by volume for three minutes. Apply at a rate of 200 sf/ gal (8 wet mils) to yield 8 dry mils. Allow to cure until tack free 8- 9 hours @ 75 degrees F (24 degrees C).
c.
Base Coat: Mix 70714-XX/70715 pigmented epoxy at a ratio of 2:1 by volume for 3 minutes. Apply mixed 70714-XX/70715 pigmented epoxy at a rate of 100 sf/ gal (16 wet mils) to yield 16 dry mils. Backroll applied material to ensure a uniform coverage. De-air and finish leveling with a spiked roller.
d.
Color Chips: Wearing spiked shoes, broadcast blended color chips into wet base coat until desired pattern is achieved. Allow a 1- 2 foot wet working edge without color chips to allow for a smooth transition to continuation of application of next pass of neat epoxy. Allow to cure until tack free (8 to 12 hours at 75 degrees F, 24 degrees C). Lightly sand with circular power sander using 60-grit paper to remove rough spots, followed by sweeping and vacuuming.
e.
First Seal Coat: Mix 70866/70816 clear Polyaspartic for three minutes. Apply at a rate of 200 sf/gal (8 wet mils) to yield 8 dry mils and allow to cure until tack free 6- 8 hours @ 75 degrees F (24 degrees C).
f.
Second Seal Coat: Mix 70866/70816 clear Polyaspartic for three minutes. Apply at a rate of 200 sf/gal (8 wet mils) to yield 8 dry mils.
g.
Optional Texture Coat: To achieve a limited slip-resistant surface, apply a third topcoat of 70866/70816 clear Polyaspartic. Add 14 ounces by volume of Neogrip spheres to (1) mixed, 2.74 gallon kit. Apply at 350-400 sf/gal (4 wet mils) to yield 4 dry mils. Note: Installing the Optional Texture Coat thicker than 4 wet mils will cause the Neogrip spheres to sink into the 70866/70816 coating, thus eliminating the desired slip-resistant texture.
2.
Series #2 Full Rejection Broadcast:
a.
Primer: Mix 70714/70715 clear epoxy at a ratio of 2:1 by volume for three minutes. Apply to prepared substrate at a rate of 200 sf/gal (8 wet mils) to yield 8 dry mils. Primer should be tack free before application of Base Coat material.
b.
Base Coat: Mix 70866/70816 clear Polyaspartic for three minutes. Apply at a minimum rate of 100 sf/gal (16 wet mils) to yield 16 dry mils. If applied with notched squeegee, backroll applied material with a high quality, short-napped 1/4 inch or 3/16 inch phenolic core roller cover to ensure uniform coverage. De-air with a spiked roller.
c.
Color Chips: Wearing spiked shoes, broadcast blended color chips into wet base coat until desired pattern is achieved (approximately 15- 20 lbs./100 sf) or total refusal. Allow a 1- 2 ft. wet working edge without color chips to allow for a smooth transition to continuation of application of the Polyaspartic. Allow to cure 6- 8 hours at 75 degrees F, (24 degrees C). Lightly sand with circular floor sander using 50-grit paper to remove rough spots, followed by sweeping and vacuuming.
d.
First Seal Coat: Mix 70866/70816 clear Polyaspartic for three minutes. Apply at a rate of 200 sf/gal (8 wet mils) to yield 8 dry mils and allow to cure until tack free 6- 8 hours @ 75 degrees F (24 degrees C).
e.
Second Seal Coat: Mix 70866/70816 clear Polyaspartic for three minutes. Apply at a rate of 200 sf/gal (8 wet mils) to yield 8 dry mils.
f.
Optional Texture Coat: To achieve a limited slip-resistant surface, apply a third topcoat of 70866/70816 clear Polyaspartic. Add 14 ounces by volume of Neogrip spheres to (1) mixed, 2.74 gallon kit. Apply at 350- 400 sf/gal (4 wet mils) to yield 4 dry mils. Note: Installing the Optional Texture Coat thicker than 4 wet mils will cause the Neogrip spheres to sink into the 70866/70816 coating, thus eliminating the desired slip-resistant texture.
3.4
INSTALLATION - DECORATIVE BROADCAST QUARTZ FLOORING
A.
Install in accordance with manufacturer's instructions.
B.
NEOCRETE SL QUARTZ:
1.
Ensure that specified dry film thickness is achieved with a wet mil gauge. Verify actual thickness of wet coating applied, adjusting as needed for those factors, which directly affect the dry film build.
2.
Primer: Not required.
3.
Cementitious Polyurethane Mix: Mix 90 fluid oz. of 70800 series resin with 63 fluid oz. of 70801 hardener for one minute. Slowly add one bag of NEOCRETE SL 70804 powder to the resin mix. Continue mixing until the powder has been uniformly blended with the resin mix. Mix blended material for an additional 2 minutes. Pour the cementitious polyurethane mix onto the floor and spread using a gauge rake. One unit of mixed material covers approximately 18 to 20 square feet at 3/16 inch thickness. Thickness and coverage rate can vary due to finish of substrate. Immediately backroll with a spike roller to de-air and level the material.
4.
Aggregate: Immediately broadcast aggregate (blended color quartz), evenly distributed, in wet cementitious polyurethane mix until refusal at a rate of approximately 40 pounds per 100 square feet. Make sure the aggregate is thrown up into the air so it will fall vertically into the wet cementitious polyurethane mix. Note: Maintain a one to two foot wet edge without any aggregate to allow for a smooth transition to the next application of cementitious polyurethane mix. Allow to cure 8 to 12 hours @ 70 degrees F (21.1 degrees C). After curing, remove excess aggregate and lightly sand with a circular floor sander and #50 grit sandpaper to remove any rough spots. All debris from sanding must be removed to provide a clean, moisture free surface.
5.
First Chemical Resistant Urethane (CRU) Topcoat: Mix 70815/70816 clear at a ratio of 1:1 by volume for three minutes. Apply 70815/70816 at a rate of 160 square feet per gallon to achieve 10 mils DFT to prepared substrate and allow to cure 8 to 12 hours @ 75 degrees F (24 degrees C) before allowing foot traffic.
6.
Second Chemical Resistant Urethane (CRU) Seal Coat: Mix 70815/70816 clear at a ratio of 1:1 by volume for three minutes. Apply 70815/70816 at a rate of 200 square feet per gallon to achieve 8 mils DFT and allow to cure 8 to 12 hours @ 75 degrees F (24 degrees C) before allowing foot traffic.
C.
NEOQUARTZ BROADCAST RTS:
1.
Ensure that specified dry film thickness is achieved with a wet mil gauge. Verify actual thickness of wet coating applied, adjusting as needed for those factors, which directly affect the dry film build.
2.
Primer: Mix 70714/70715 clear epoxy at a ratio of 2:1 by volume for three minutes. Apply at a rate of 200 sf/ gal (8 wet mils) to yield 8 dry mils. Allow to cure until tack free 8- 9 hours @ 75 degrees F (24 degrees C).
3.
Base Coat: Pre-mix 70866 Part A for 3 minutes. Add entire contents of 70816 Part B into 70866 container and mix for additional three minutes. Apply mixed Polyaspartic at a rate of 80 sf/gal (20 wet mils) with a notched squeegee or notched trowel. Backroll with a 1/4 inch or 3/16 inch phenolic roller to ensure even coverage.
4.
Aggregate: Broadcast color quartz aggregate into wet base coat until refusal at a rate of approximately 50 lbs./100 sq. ft. Maintain a one to two foot wet edge without aggregate to allow for a smooth transition to the next pass of neat Polyaspartic. Allow to cure 4 to 6 hours @ 75 degrees F (23.8 degrees C). Remove excess aggregate and lightly sand to remove rough spots.
5.
The above application steps will achieve a nominal thickness of 1/16 inch. Repeat Base Coat and Aggregate steps above until required thickness or a minimum thickness of 1/8 inch is achieved.
6.
First Seal Coat: Mix 70866/70816 clear Polyaspartic for three minutes. Apply at a rate of 160 sf/gal (10 wet mils) to yield 10 dry mils and allow to cure until tack free 6 to 8 hours @ 75 degrees F (24 degrees C).
7.
Second Seal Coat: Mix 70866/70816 clear Polyaspartic for three minutes. Apply at a rate of 200 sf/gal (8 wet mils) to yield 8 dry mils.
D.
NEOQUARTZ BROADCAST GS:
1.
Ensure that specified dry film thickness is achieved with a wet mil gauge. Verify actual thickness of wet coating applied, adjusting as needed for those factors, which directly affect the dry film build.
2.
Base Coat: Mix 70714/70715 clear epoxy at a ratio of 2:1 by volume. Apply at a rate of 80 sf/gal (20 wet mils) to yield 20 dry mils. Backroll to ensure even coverage.
3.
Aggregate: Broadcast color quartz aggregate into wet epoxy base coat until refusal at a rate of approximately 50 lbs./100 sq. ft. Maintain a one to two foot wet edge without aggregate to allow for a smooth transition to the next pass of neat epoxy. Allow to cure 8 to 12 hours @ 75 degrees F (24 degrees C). Remove excess aggregate and lightly sand to remove rough spots.
4.
Apply base coat and aggregate to achieve a nominal thickness of 1/16 inch. Repeat until required thickness is achieved or a minimum of 1/8 inch.
5.
Interior Seal Coats:
a.
First Interior Seal Coat: Mix 70734/70735 clear epoxy at a ratio of 2:1 for three minutes. Apply at a rate of 160 sf/gal (10 wet mils) to yield 10 dry mils and allow to cure until tack free 12 to 16 hours @ 75 degrees F (24 degrees C).
b.
Second Interior Seal Coat: Mix 70734/70735 clear epoxy at a ratio of 2:1 for three minutes. Apply at a rate of 200 sf/gal (8 wet mils) to yield 8 dry mils.
6.
Exterior Seal Coats:
a.
First Exterior Seal Coat: Mix 70815/70816 clear at a ratio of 1:1 and apply at a rate of 160 sf/gal (10 wet mils) to yield 10 dry mils and allow to cure until tack free 8 to 9 hours @ 75 degrees F (24 degrees C).
b.
Second Exterior Seal Coat: Mix 70815/70816 clear at a ratio of 1:1 and apply at a rate of 200 sf/gal (8 wet mils) to yield 8 dry mils.
3.5
DECORATIVE TROWEL QUARTZ FLOORING
A.
Install in accordance with manufacturer's instructions.
B.
NEOQUARTZ TROWEL GS:
1.
Ensure that specified dry film thickness is achieved with a wet mil gauge. Verify actual thickness of wet coating applied, adjusting as needed for those factors, which directly affect the dry film build.
2.
Primer: Mix 70714/70715 clear epoxy at a ratio of 2:1 by volume. Apply at a rate of 200 sf/gal (8 wet mils) to yield 8 dry mils. Immediately broadcast 86364 aggregate into wet primer at approximately 20 lbs./100 sf, creating an anchor profile for the Trowel Grade Mortar. Allow to cure until tack free (8 to 9 hours @ 75 degrees F (24 degrees C).
3.
Trowel Grade Mortar: Mix 70714/70715 clear epoxy at a ratio of 2:1 by volume. Slowly add blended colored quartz aggregate at a ratio of 4:1 by volume to resin mix. Screed, rake or trowel to desired thickness. Smooth and tightly close surface with hand or power trowel. Lightly mist with 7055 Odorless Reducer as a trowel lubricant. Allow to cure 8 to 12 hours @ 75 degrees F (24 degrees C). Lightly sand when cured.
4.
Grout Coat: Mix 70734/70735 clear epoxy at a ratio of 2:1 by volume and apply at a rate of 200 sf/gal (8 wet mils) to yield 8 dry mils. Allow to cure until tack free 12 to 16 hours @ 75 degrees F (24 degrees C).
5.
Interior Seal Coats:
a.
First Interior Seal Coat: Mix 70734/70735 clear at a ratio of 2:1 and apply at a rate of 200 sf/gal (8 wet mils) to yield 8 dry mils. Allow to cure until tack free 12 to 16 hours @ 75 degrees F (24 degrees C).
b.
Second Interior Seal Coat: Mix 70734/70735 clear at a ratio of 2:1 and apply at a rate of 200 sf/gal (8 wet mils) to yield 8 dry mils. Allow to cure until tack free 12 to 16 hours @ 75 degrees F (24 degrees C).
6.
Exterior Seal Coats:
a.
First Exterior Seal Coat: Mix 70815/70816 clear at a ratio of 1:1 and apply at a rate of 200 sf/gal (8 wet mils) to yield 8 dry mils. Allow to cure until tack free 8 to 9 hours @ 75 degrees F (24 degrees C).
b.
Second Exterior Seal Coat: Mix 70815/70816 clear at a ratio of 1:1 and apply at a rate of 200 sf/gal (8 wet mils) to yield 8 dry mils. Allow to cure until tack free 8 to 9 hours @ 75 degrees F (24 degrees C).
C.
NEOQUARTZ TROWEL RTS:
1.
Ensure that specified dry film thickness is achieved with a wet mil gauge. Verify actual thickness of wet coating applied, adjusting as needed for those factors, which directly affect the dry film build.
2.
Primer: Mix 70714/70715 clear epoxy at a ratio of 2:1 by volume. Apply at a rate of 200 sf/gal (8 wet mils) to yield 8 dry mils. Immediately broadcast 86364 aggregate into wet primer at approximately 20 lbs./100 sf, creating an anchor profile for the Trowel Grade Mortar. Allow to cure until tack free (8 to 9 hours @ 75 degrees F (24 degrees C).
3.
Trowel Grade Mortar: Mix 70714/70715 clear epoxy at a ratio of 2:1 by volume. Slowly add blended colored quartz aggregate at a ratio of 4:1 by volume to resin mix. Screed, rake or trowel to desired thickness (>1/8 inch, <1/4 inch). Smooth and tightly close surface with hand or power trowel. Lightly mist with 7055 Odorless Reducer as a trowel lubricant. Allow to cure 8 to 12 hours @ 75 degrees F (24 degrees C). Lightly sand when cured.
4.
Grout Coat: Mix 70866/70816 clear Polyaspartic for three minutes. Apply at a rate of 200 sf/gal (8 wet mils) to yield 8 dry mils and allow to cure until tack free 6 to 8 hours @ 75 degrees F (24 degrees C).
5.
Seal Coats:
a.
First Seal Coat: Mix 70866/70816 clear Polyaspartic for three minutes. Apply at a rate of 200 sf/gal (8 wet mils) to yield 8 dry mils. Allow to cure until tack free 6 to 8 hours @ 75 degrees F (24 degrees C).
b.
Second Seal Coat: Mix 70866/70816 clear Polyaspartic for three minutes. Apply at a rate of 200 sf/gal (8 wet mils) to yield 8 dry mils. Allow to cure until tack free 11 hours @ 75 degrees F (24 degrees C).
3.6
INDUSTRIAL FLOORING
A.
Install in accordance with manufacturer's instructions.
B.
NEOGARD CG 32:
1.
Ensure that specified dry film thickness is achieved with a wet mil gauge. Verify actual thickness of wet coating applied, adjusting as needed for those factors, which directly affect the dry film build.
2.
Primer: Mix 70714/70715 clear epoxy at a ratio of 2:1 by volume for three minutes. Apply at a rate of 200 sf/gal (8 wet mils) to yield 8 dry mils. Allow to cure until tack free (8 to 9 hours @ 75 degrees F (24 degrees C).
3.
Base Coat: Mix 70714/70715 clear or pigmented epoxy at a ratio of 2:1 by volume for three minutes. Apply at a rate of 130 sf/gal (12 wet mils) to yield 12 dry mils. Allow to cure until tack free, 8 to 9 hours @ 75 degrees F, (23.8 degrees C) or until tack free.
4.
Topcoat: Mix 70714/70715 clear or pigmented epoxy at a ratio of 2:1 by volume for three minutes. Apply at a rate of 130 sf/gal (12 wet mils) to yield 12 dry mils. If applying Optional Texture Coat, allow topcoat to cure until tack free, 8 to 9 hours @ 75 degrees F (24 degrees C). If this is the final coat, allow system to cure for 24 hours at 75 degrees F (24 degrees C) before allowing foot traffic, 48 hours before allowing heavy load.
5.
Optional Texture Coat: For limited slip resistance apply a second topcoat of 70714/70715 epoxy or 70815/70816 CRU. Add 4 to 6 ounces by volume of Neogrip spheres to 1.5 gallon of mixed epoxy, or 5 to 8 ounces by volume of Neogrip spheres to 2 gallons of 70815/70816, and mix for 3 minutes. Apply at a rate of 400 sf/gal (4 wet mils) to yield 4 dry mils. Installing the Optional Textured Coat thicker than 4 wet mils will cause the Neogrip spheres to sink into the coating, thus eliminating the desired slip- resistant texture.
C.
NEOGARD CG 65:
1.
Ensure that specified dry film thickness is achieved with a wet mil gauge. Verify actual thickness of wet coating applied, adjusting as needed for those factors, which directly affect the dry film build.
2.
Base Coat: Mix 70714/70715 clear epoxy at a ratio of 2:1 by volume for three minutes. Apply at a rate of 80 sf/gal (20 wet mils) to yield 20 dry mils.
3.
Aggregate: Broadcast 86364 silica quartz into wet Base Coat until refusal (approximately 50 lbs./100 sf). Maintain a one to 2 foot wet edge without aggregate to allow for a smooth transition to the next pass of neat epoxy. Allow to cure 8 to 12 hours @ 75 degrees F (24 degrees C). Remove excess aggregate and lightly sand to remove rough spots.
4.
First Seal Coat: Mix 70714/70715 pigmented epoxy at a ratio of 2:1 by volume for three minutes. Apply at a rate of 160 sf/gal (10 wet mils) to yield 10 dry mils. Allow to cure until tack free, 8 to 9 hours @ 75 degrees F (24 degrees C).
5.
Second Seal Coat: Mix 70714/70715 pigmented epoxy at a ratio of 2:1 by volume for three minutes. Apply at a rate of 200 sf/gal (8 wet mils) to yield 8 dry mils. System thickness is 65 dry mils or 1/16 inch.
6.
Optional Finish Coat: To maximize chemical resistance or for UV protection, an Optional Finish Coat may be added to the system. After Second Seal Coat has been applied and cured, apply a Finish Coat of clear or pigmented 70815/70816 high solids CRU at a rate of 400 sf/gal (4 wet mils) to yield 4 dry mils.
D.
NEOGARD CG 125:
1.
Ensure that specified dry film thickness is achieved with a wet mil gauge. Verify actual thickness of wet coating applied, adjusting as needed for those factors, which directly affect the dry film build.
2.
Base Coat: Mix 70714/70715 clear epoxy at a ratio of 2:1 by volume for three minutes. Apply at a rate of 80 sf/gal (20 wet mils) to yield 20 dry mils.
3.
Aggregate: Broadcast 86364 silica quartz into wet Base Coat until refusal (approximately 50 lbs./100 sf). Maintain a one to two foot wet edge without aggregate to allow for a smooth transition to the next pass of neat epoxy. Allow to cure 8 to 12 hours @ 75 degrees F (24 degrees C). Remove excess aggregate and lightly sand to remove rough spots.
4.
Second Base Coat: Mix 70714/70715 clear or pigmented epoxy at a ratio of 2:1 by volume for three minutes. Apply at a rate of 80 sf/gal (20 wet mils) to yield 20 dry mils.
5.
Aggregate: Broadcast 86364 silica quartz into wet Second Base Coat until refusal (approximately 50 lbs./100 sf). Maintain a 1 to 2 foot wet edge without aggregate to allow for a smooth transition to the next pass of neat epoxy. Allow to cure 8 to 12 hours @ 75 degrees F (24 degrees C). Remove excess aggregate and lightly sand to remove rough spots.
6.
First Seal Coat: Mix 70714/70715 pigmented epoxy at a ratio of 2:1 by volume for three minutes. Apply at a rate of 160 sf/gal (10 wet mils) to yield 10 dry mils. Allow to cure until tack free, 8 to 9 hours @ 75 degrees F, 24 degrees C).
7.
Second Seal Coat: Mix 70714/70715 pigmented epoxy at a ratio of 2:1 by volume for 3 minutes. Apply at a rate of 200 sf/gal (8 wet mils) to yield 8 dry mils. System thickness is 65 dry mils or 1/16 inch.
8.
Optional Finish Coat: To maximize chemical resistance or for UV protection, an Optional Finish Coat may be added to the system. After Second Seal Coat has been applied and cured, apply a Finish Coat of clear or pigmented 70815/70816 high solids CRU at a rate of 400 sf/gal (4 wet mils) to yield 4 dry mils.
E.
NEOGARD CG 250 TROWEL:
1.
Ensure that specified dry film thickness is achieved with a wet mil gauge. Verify actual thickness of wet coating applied, adjusting as needed for those factors, which directly affect the dry film build.
2.
Primer: Mix 70714/70715 clear epoxy at a ratio of 2:1 by volume for three minutes. Apply at a rate of 200 sf/gal (8 wet mils) to yield 8 dry mils. Immediately lightly broadcast 86364 aggregate into wet primer, creating an anchor pro le for mortar mix. Allow to cure until tack free 8 to 9 hours @ 75 degrees F (23.8 degrees C).
3.
Trowel Grade Mortar: Mix 70714/70715 clear or pigmented epoxy with 86364 aggregate at a ratio of 1 part mixed epoxy to 4 parts aggregate by volume. Screed, rake or trowel mix to desired thickness. Smooth and tightly close surface by hand or power trowel. Lightly mist surface with mineral spirits or 7055 Odorless Reducer as a lubricant to help smooth surface. Allow to cure 6 to 12 hours @ 75 degrees F (24 degrees C). Lightly sand to remove rough spots or trowel marks.
4.
Grout Coat: Mix 70714/70715 clear or pigmented epoxy at a ratio of 2:1 by volume for three minutes. Apply at a rate of 200 sf/gal (8 wet mils) to yield 8 dry mils. Allow to cure until tack free, 8 to 9 hours @ 75 degrees F (24 degrees C).
5.
First Seal Coat: Mix 70714/70715 pigmented epoxy at a ratio of 2:1 by volume for three minutes. Apply at a rate of 200 sf/gal (8 wet mils) to yield 8 dry mils. Allow to cure until tack free, 8 to 9 hours @ 75 degrees F (24 degrees C).
6.
Second Seal Coat: Mix 70714/70715 pigmented epoxy at a ratio of 2:1 by volume for 3 minutes. Apply at a rate of 200 sf/gal (8 wet mils) to yield 8 dry mils.
7.
Optional Finish Coat: After Second Seal Coat has been applied and cured, apply a Finish Coat of clear or pigmented 70815/70816 high solids CRU at a rate of 400 sf/gal (4 wet mils) to yield 4 dry mils.
F.
NEOCRETE SL BROADCAST:
1.
Ensure that specified dry film thickness is achieved with a wet mil gauge. Verify actual thickness of wet coating applied, adjusting as needed for those factors, which directly affect the dry film build.
2.
Primer: Not Required.
3.
Cementitious Polyurethane Mix: Mix 90 fluid oz. of 70800 series resin with 63 fluid oz. of 70801 hardener for one minute. Slowly add one bag of NEOCRETE SL 70804 powder to the resin mix. Continue mixing until the powder has been uniformly blended with the resin mix. Mix blended material for an additional 2 minutes. Pour the cementitious polyurethane mix onto the floor and spread using a gauge rake. One unit of mixed material covers approximately 18 to 20 square feet at 3/16 inch thickness. Thickness and coverage rate can vary due to furnish of substrate. Immediately backroll with a spike roller to de-air and level the material.
4.
Aggregate: Immediately broadcast aggregate (blended silica quartz), evenly distributed, in wet cementitious polyurethane mix until refusal at a rate of approximately 40 pounds per 100 square feet. Make sure the aggregate is thrown up into the air so it will fall vertically into the wet cementitious polyurethane mix. Maintain a 1 to 2 foot wet edge without any aggregate to allow for a smooth transition to the next application of cementitious polyurethane mix. Allow to cure 6 to 10 hours @ 70 degrees F (21 degrees C). After curing, remove excess aggregate and lightly sand with a circular floor sander and #50-60 grit sandpaper to remove any rough spots. All debris from sanding must be removed to provide a clean, moisture free surface.
5.
Topcoat: Depending on chemical exposure (for references see chemical resistance charts), mix pigmented 70704/70705 Novolac epoxy at a ratio of 3:2 by volume or a pre-measured pigmented kit of 70800/70801 polyurethane for three minutes. After mixing, apply 70704/70705 or 70800/70801 at a rate of 130 square feet per gallon to achieve 12 mils WFT to prepared substrate and allow to cure 8 to 12 hours @ 70 degrees F (21.1 degrees C) before allowing foot traffic.
G.
SKYGARD MD:
1.
Ensure that specified dry film thickness is achieved with a wet mil gauge. Verify actual thickness of wet coating applied, adjusting as needed for those factors, which directly affect the dry film build.
2.
Primer: Mix 70714/70715 clear epoxy at a ratio of 2:1 by volume. Apply at a rate of 200 sf/gal (8 wet mils) to yield 8 dry mils. Primer should be tack free, 8 - 9 hours @ 75 degrees F (24 degrees C) before applying base coat. If base coat cannot be applied within 24 hours of prime coat application, the prime coat must be lightly sanded with 60-80 grit sandpaper, solvent wiped with urethane grade solvent, and re-primed with 70714/70715 clear epoxy. If this procedure is not strictly followed, inner coat delamination will occur.
3.
Base Coat: Mix 70714/70715 pigmented epoxy at a ratio of 2:1 by volume and apply at a rate of 80 sf/gal (20 wet mils) to yield 20 dry mils. Allow to cure until tack free, 8 - 9 hours @ 75 degrees F. (24 degrees C).
4.
Topcoat: Mix 70815/70816 pigmented CRU at a 1:1 ratio and apply at a rate of 200 sf/gal (8 wet mils) to yield 8 dry mils and allow to cure 11 hours @ 75 degrees F (24 degrees C) before allowing foot traffic. If applying the Optional Texture Coat, allow to cure until tack free, 8 to 9 hours @ 75 degrees F (24 degrees C).
5.
Optional Texture Coat: Note: Textured topcoat must be applied within 24 hours of initial topcoat. If this 24 hour recoat window has been exceeded, lightly sand topcoat application using 60-80 grit sandpaper, vacuum thoroughly and solvent wipe before proceeding. For limited slip resistance mix 70815/70816 pigmented CRU urethane at a 1:1 ratio. Add 86500 Neogrip spheres at the rate of 8 to 12 ounces by volume to 2 gallons of mixed 70815/70816 and mix for 3 minutes. Apply at a rate of 400 sf/gal (4 wet mils) to yield 4 dry mils. Installing the Optional Texture Coat at a rate greater than 4 wet mils will cause the Neogrip spheres to sink into the 70815/70816 urethane coating, thus eliminating the desired slip-resistant texture.
3.7
CLEANING
A.
Remove debris resulting from completion of flooring operation from the project site.
B.
Clean floors in accordance with the Preventive Maintenance Manual for NEOGARD Floor Coating Systems.
3.8
PROTECTION
A.
After completion of application, do not allow traffic on coated surfaces for a period of at least 24 hours at 75 degrees F (24 degrees C).
B.
Protect installed products until completion of project.
C.
Touch-up, repair or replace damaged products before Substantial Completion.
END OF SECTION