ALKA 117 UV2-Component, High Performance, Multi-Purpose, Low-Yellowing Epoxy Coating
Low Yellowing Epoxy Coating
Alka117UV is a 2-component, high performance, high colour stability and high moisture resistance epoxy resin coating designed for applications where heavy-duty protection is required. It is used in a range of Roller Applied and Self Levelling flooring systems and applications.
Alka 117UV designed for applications where heavy-duty protection is required. It is suitable for outside flooring and decorative system’s top coat in:
- Industrial & Commercial.
- Warehouses, storage and packaging areas,
- Clean rooms,
- Automotive Service Areas and Garages,
- High Traffic Applications,
- Food and beverage production,
- Assembly plants and industrial processing floors,
- Shop Floors,
- Durable – 100% solids.
- Good workable time,
- Excellent bond strength,
- Easy application/Can be applied by brush or roller,
- Water impermeability,
- Low VOC
- Water and scratch resistant,
- Excellent light and UV resistant,
- High Tg and Hardness,
- Combine with decorative vinyl chips, quartz & metallic powders to create an attractive and durable finish.
22 Kg, 20 Kg Resin & 2 Kg hardener
Shelf life: 12 months
Store away from direct sunlight and away from naked flames, sparks and heating.
Flash point >25 C
Density: 1.4 Kg/L
Recommended coating thickness is approximately 160-200 microns per coat
Pot Life (at 25 C)
approximately 50-70 minutes
Curing time (at 25 C)
Tack free time: 12-14 hours
Re-coat able: 12-24 hours
Light traffic: 3 days
Full cure: 7 days.
Approximately 0,25–0,3 kg/m² applied as a roller coating.
Approximately 0,9–1,2 kg/m² applied as a self-smoothing wearing course or as finish locking coats on textured finishes.
Alka primer: 5–6 sqm/litre
First coat: 5–6 sqm/litre over unprimed
6–8 sqm/litre over primed or coated
Second coat: 6–8 sqm/litre Over trowelled on toppings 2–4 sqm/litre
Alka 117UV can be applied by brush or roller, selection of roller is dependent on the type of finish required.
CLEANING OF EQUIPMENT
Xylene can be used for cleaning tools and equipment before the mixed compound begins to harden. Once cured, It can only be removed mechanically.