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2100 ProFloor® Epoxy Series

Is a proven industry standard concrete floor coating.  It is a tough coating that can be used in manufacturing plants, warehouses, hangars, food processing plants, kitchens and garages.  The main performance feature of the 2100 Series of floor epoxies are:

Wear Resistant
Impact Resistant
Chemical Resistant
Water Resistant
100% Solids
No Odor
No VOC

 

2100 ProFloor® Epoxy Series

Is a proven industry standard concrete floor coating.  It is a tough coating that can be used in manufacturing plants, warehouses, hangars, food processing plants, kitchens and garages.  The main performance feature of the 2100 Series of floor epoxies are:

Wear Resistant
Impact Resistant
Chemical Resistant
Water Resistant
100% Solids
No Odor
No VOC

 

2100 ProFloor Epoxy® Series

Product Data Sheet

Is a proven industry standard concrete floor coating.  It is a tough coating that can be used in manufacturing plants, warehouses, hangars, food processing plants, kitchens and garages.  The main performance feature of the 2100 Series of floor epoxies are:

* Wear Resistant * Impact Resistant * *Chemical Resistant*
* Water Resistant * 100% Solids *
* No Odor * No VOC *

 

Two Hardeners are available:

F2201 – Standard Hardener F2202 – Chemical Resistant Hardener

Use the F2201 Standard Hardener for applications which are not subject to frequent cleaning with chemicals.

Use the F2202 Chemical Resistant Hardener in Kitchens, Food Processing Plants, Laboratories and Animal Facilities where harsh chemicals and acids are used to clean and disinfect the floor.

Some suggested combinations depending on your situation: 

F2100 ProFloor® Clear used as a primer with a F9600 Liquid ProPoly® Clear topcoat.

F2100 ProFloor® Clear plus Color Quartz used with F9600 Liquid ProPoly® Clear topcoat.  This should be done by an experienced applicator.

F2100 ProFloor® Clear used as a primer, broadcast Antiskid additive, trowel apply a F2100 ProFloor® Color on top.

Two Step Procedure:

1.)  Apply F2100 ProFloor® Clear and broadcast Anti-Skid Additive.  Let cure overnight. 2.)  Apply a F2100 ProFloor® Color coat using rubber squeegee and roller.

One Step Procedure: (should be done by a professional)

1.) Apply F2100 ProFloor® Clear and broadcast Anti-Skid  Additive.  While this is still wet apply the colored ProFloor® using a trowel while wearing spiked shoes.

Trowel apply colored ProFloor® with a contrasting color of Color Quartz.  Let cure overnight.  Apply F9600 Liquid ProPoly® Clear topcoat.  This procedure should be done by an experienced applicator.

Apply a ProFloor® Color, broadcast vinyl chips while still wet.  Let cure.  Apply F9600 Liquid ProPoly® Clear as a topcoat.  This combination is recommended for garage floors and can be applied by Do-It-Yourselfers.

The information presented herein is furnished free of charge and is based on technical data that Pro Guard believes to be reliable. It is intended for use by persons having technical skill and is at their own discretion and risk. Since conditions of use are outside our control we make no warranties, express or implied, and assume no liability in connection with any use of this information. Nothing herein is to be taken as a license to operate or a recommendation to infringe any patents.

ProFloor-Epoxy-2100 Series

2100 Series ProFloor® Epoxy

Surface Preparation

New Concrete:
New concrete should be at least 30 days old, had a light steel trowel finish and have a vapor barrier under the slab. Remove any curing compounds. Repair cracks with Pro Guard’s Epoxy Crack repair products. Products for repairing cracks in Masonry and Crack Repair Instructions.

Existing Concrete:
Remove any existing coatings using a rotary grinder (available at most Equipment Rental Stores) Vacuum dust. Repair cracks and surface defects using Epoxy repair products, see Crack Repair Instructions. Remove oil stains using a combination of solvent wiping (you must allow the solvent to completely evaporate) followed by heating with a small propane torch to oxidize any remaining oil.

Surface Profile:
The surface prep method used whether rotary grinder, shot blast or sanding should produce a minimum surface profile of 4-6 mils in order to achieve adequate adhesion of the epoxy coating.

Chemical Resistance:
The 2100 Series Floor Epoxies using the F2201 Standard Hardener have very good resistance to commonly used floor cleaners, oils, anti freeze, hydraulic fluids and solvents. The F2202 Chemical Resistant Hardener expands the resistance properties to include dilute acids and corrosive compounds.

Moisture:
On grade and below grade installations are prone to moisture transmission problems. An ASTM D-4263 moisture test or the Calcium Crystal moisture absorption test should be performed prior to coating these floors.

Mixing:
The mix ratio for all 2100 Series Epoxies is two volumes Part A to one volume Part B. This ratio is the same for Standard as well as Chemical Resistant Hardeners. Mix Part A and Part B individually first then combine together and mix thoroughly using a drill mixer for 2-3 minutes. Scrape sides of container occasionally to incorporate all material. Any air being incorporated will release when applied to the floor.

Cure Conditions:
Floor and air temperature must be at least 60° F and relative humidity preferably below 85%. Floor temp must be above the dew point. The coating will substantially cure in 8-12 hours and can take light foot traffic in 24 hours.

Pot Life:
Pot life will vary from 45 min. to 1 hour at 80°F and below. The amount of material mixed at one time will also affect pot life. Larger quantity mixes build up heat faster and shorten pot life. Working time is increased when material is spread on floor where the generated heat can readily dissipate.

Recoatability:
The 2100 Series Epoxies can be recoated within 36 hours using another epoxy or a Urethane coating. When cure has exceeded 36 hours the surface must be sanded before recoating.

 

2100 Series ProFloor® Epoxy

Color Chart

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As with all Color Charts posted on the Internet; we cannot guarantee the accuracy of the colors you are viewing based on differences in Monitors, Browsers, etc.

Although not often requested in an Epoxy Floor, Custom Colors are available at an additional cost of $3.00 and up per gallon depending on the color with a minimum order of 50 gallons.

As with all custom orders, additional time may be required to produce your order. Please submit a color chip to us for accurate color matching for all custom colors. Please contact us by phone if you need guidance placing a custom order at (800) 735-4399.

ProFloor-Epoxy-2100 Series

2100 Series
ProFloor® Epoxy
Tech Data

Physical Properties:
 
Type 2 Part Epoxy
 
Mix Ratio 2 Part A + 1 Part B (by volume)
 
Weight / Gallon 8.9 lb. / gal. Clear
9.9 lb. / gal. Colors
 
Percent Solids 100% by volume
 
Flash Point Above 200° F TCC
 
VOC 0 g/l
 
Compressive Strength 11,000 psi ASTM C-579
 
Tensile Strength 2,400 psi ASTM C307

The information presented herein is furnished free of charge and is based on technical data that Pro Guard believes to be reliable. It is intended for use by persons having technical skill and is at their own discretion and risk. Since conditions of use are outside our control we make no warranties, express or implied, and assume no liability in connection with any use of this information. Nothing herein is to be taken as a license to operate or a recommendation to infringe any patents.

 

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