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  • 1. Construction Chemicals Pvt. LtdEPOXY FLOORING & COATINGS
  • 2. Construction Chemicals Pvt. LtdUnderstanding about Epoxy Floor CoatingThere are different types of floor coatings, among them is the epoxy floor coatingwhich is widely used on: - Industrial floors - Pharmaceuticals - Warehouses - Food & Brewages - Residential Garage - Basement floors - Restaurants & even office facilities.The epoxy basically contains three components; - The resin component which is a light, odour free and colourless - The other component is the hardener which is usually dark in colour and has a strong smell - The filler component which is usually a of mixture of many chemicals blended together. With proper mixture and right amount, the combination will create a chemical reaction thereby producing a strong material guaranteed to last for a long time.USP: All other epoxy are brittle our is flexible Better Abrasion So because of brittleness every one is now moving towards PU
  • 3. What is epoxy? Construction Chemicals Pvt. LtdEpoxies are polymer materials that begin life as liquids and are converted to the solid polymersby a chemical reaction. An epoxy based polymer is mechanically strong, chemically resistant todegradation of the chemical elements in the solid form and highly adhesive during conversionfrom liquid to solid. There are a wide range of basic epoxy chemicals from which an epoxysystem can be formulated.Epoxies are known for their excellent adhesion, chemical and heat resistance, good to excellentmechanical properties and very good electrical insulating properties. Almost any property can bemodified.Is epoxy safe? Epoxy is safe and there are no known harmful effects of the chemicals used in the mixture. Italso has a high resistance to chemicals such as gasoline, salt, grease, oil and solvents.Some Advantages of using epoxy floor:• Protects concrete from wear, chemical corrosion and chemical deterioration .• Reduces wear to transport vehicles and reduces time spent on maintenance.• Provides faster material movement through working and transport areas and protects productsfrom damage.• Reduces floor maintenance and cleaning costs, producing a cleaner work environment anddecreases injuries with non-slip surfaces.• Increases light reflectivity and brightens work areas which saves on utility expenses andmaximizes work efficiencies.
  • 4. Construction Chemicals Pvt. LtdWhy to choose epoxy floors?There are many reasons why to go for epoxy flooring, as being seamless innature, hygienic properties, slip resistance etc.Impact Resistance: Epoxy floors are generally used in areas of industry where goods arehandled in specific spaces, such as production lines, warehouses, loading bays, and wherecompressive loads are generated by the movement of goods on trucks, pallets etc.Slip Resistance: Pedestrian traffic areas require varying degrees of slip resistance dependenton whether the environment is wet or dry.Fire Resistance: Fire escape routes, explosive production and storage areas underground carpark decks.Hygiene: Pharmaceutical, Automotive, food, beverage, chemical and electronics industrieshave very demanding sanitary requirements. These industries often need totally dust free andeasily cleanable floors, without cracks or angled Corners.Chemical Resistant: Epoxy floor coverings provide an impermeable seal to protect floor fromchemical attack.
  • 5. POSSIBLE PROBLEM AND CAUSES Construction Chemicals Pvt. LtdAir Bubbles:1.Air trapped in epoxy because of fast mixing of epoxy resins, applicator should use machine with maximum 300RPM - 400RPM2. Use of foam roller or thick nap roller3.Also occurs due to out gassing from the cement4.Always use large container to allow the material to rise under vacuum.5.Hydraulic hose fittings on vacuum lines allow for leak free connections and better vacuum.Basic steps to produce bubble free epoxy castings:1.Careful selection of the epoxy compound to be used. - the least number and amount of volatile ingredients. - the lowest possible viscosities .2.Mixing - Hand Mixingi) De-air each component containing fillers individually.ii) Do not use violent motion during mixing and scrape the sides of the container to insure a thorough mix. De-gas the mixture under vacuum if possible.iii) If vacuum is not available, allow the mix to stand for a period of time to allow the coarse bubbles to escape prior to pouring (dont forget to consider the pot life).iv) Mixing of material in set proportion as per manufactures instruction, once its been done applicator has the limited time of maximum 20 minutes to lay the epoxy.
  • 6. Construction Chemicals Pvt. Ltd- Mix/Dispense Equipment i) Take precautions to minimize air entrapment while topping up the storage tanks. Slow,steady pouring into one spot will minimize air inclusion. De-air the materials in the storage tanks if possible.ii) Keep the fittings, valves and dispense pistons in good repair. Defective components will allow air to be sucked into the dispense lines.iii) Cavitations and lead/lag problems can be sources for air inclusions.3.Pouring - Pour slowly into one corner of the mould or container. Pouring slowly will allow therising material to push the air ahead of it minimizing air entrapment. - Pour with the least amount of turbulence4.Curing - If possible, de-air the poured assembly prior to cure. This step is not necessary for parts involving small volumes. Large mass castings or castings with complicated shapes, conducive to air entrapment, should be de-aired prior to cure for best results. - Establish and use the appropriate temperatures that result in slow, even gellation. Provide a sufficient reservoir of cool material to replenish the shrinkage that takes place
  • 7. Pinholes: Construction Chemicals Pvt. LtdWhen protecting concrete with epoxy floor coatings, or any surface coating, pinholes throughthe coating sometimes form.They have two possible cause:-1.Pinholes can be caused by air trapped below the coating in tiny surface voids.2.The air expands outward before the coating has cured due to solar heating.3.Application of laying primer to be checked properly, as due to porous concrete slab primertends to penetrate allowing some portion of top surface to dry quickly.4.Due to the surface inconsistencies and volatiles escaping.5.Use of lamb wool roller after application of primer.6.Surface tension causes epoxy film to pull away from pinhole before it gels.7.After applying epoxy with an 800 Roller Cover, force epoxy into pinholes with a stiff plastic ormetal spreader held at a low or nearly flat angle. Re-coat and tip off coating after all pinholes arefilled.
  • 8. Fisheyes: Construction Chemicals Pvt. LtdFish eying occurs due to surface tension differences between the coating and a grease or silicon(sometimes even dust) particle. Simply put, the coating pulls away from the contaminant, leavinga tiny crater like structure in the coating. This crater is not connected to a subsurface air filledspace. Fish eying is almost always a surface preparation problem.1.Contamination of the coating or surface preparation or improper abrasion for the coating.2.Be sure mixing equipment is clean. Avoid waxed mixing containers.3.Fisheying is almost always a surface preparation problem.Induction Time:Some epoxies (and most 2 part polyurethanes) have an induction time associated with them.This means after mixing the 2 parts you need to let the mixture sit for some period of time beforeusing it. If you skip this step, the epoxy may not get hard and/or the colour may be off.Color differences- Like with all other paints, there can be color differences between batches ofepoxy. If you order your epoxy in small units, it is very possible that the cans may come fromdifferent production batches.Also pigments can settle to the bottom of the cans and with thick epoxies that are harder to mixyou might get color differences just because you didnt re-mix the epoxys pigments in the cansequally well. Epoxies all yellow, even the pigmented ones.Epoxy that has been exposed to sunlight will become a different color than the same epoxy, fromthe same batch, still in the can.
  • 9. Construction Chemicals Pvt. LtdEpoxy stays tacky –If it is just tacky in spots but hard in other places, this is poor mixing. If the entire surface istacky, two parts are not mix in the correct ratio. The epoxy may also be tacky if is not given itenough time to get hard. Cure time is temperature dependent. Cold weather could slow thecure rate. Curing will continue when the temperatures warm back up. Still, the epoxy should behard within a few days at most.Epoxy stays tacky - Often occurs due to:-1. Components are not mixed in the correct ratio.2. The epoxy may also be tacky if is not given it enough time to get hard. Cure time is temperature dependent. Cold weather could slow the cure rate.3. Curing will continue when the temperatures warm back up. Still, the epoxy should be hard within a few days at most.4. Bond Failure: a weak surface layer of concrete (from either very old or very new concrete).Or due to less consumption of primer.Cracks :Existing active cracks and/or expansion joints. If you simply paint over them the coating willcrack or peal when movement or shifting takes place.
  • 10. Epoxy Failures: Construction Chemicals Pvt. LtdWater: Water in the concrete is a major cause for premature epoxy floor coating failures.Concrete tends to hold and retain water for a much longer period than most people can or willwait prior to coating. Floors can have dry areas and damp areas, including some damp areasthat never dry out. Touching the surface to test for dryness can be a misleading method fordetermining moisture.Humidity: High humidity can be as detrimental as moisture. Many coating products do notrecommend applications when humiditys exceed 75 or 85 percent.Moisture Flow: Migrating moisture, as opposed to simple standing water, creates a moredifficult problem. The common sign of this kind of failure is water filled blisters. Just a tinyamount of flow pressure under a still curing coating can ruin the bonding process still takingplace. There is no good answer here, but rapid drying/curing coatings have a better chance ofworking.Dust and Dirt: A layer of dust, dirt, or grease is not going to aid coating adhesion. The coatingsstuck, but to the dust and dirt on the floor instead of to the floor itself. The applicator will needto decide how much time and effort to put into surface dust removal.Salts: Salts and/or minerals either deposited out on the surface from the curing of freshconcrete, or from the evaporation of seawater on concrete can quickly ruin a coating. Forstarters the salts work like dust and other contaminants getting between the coating and thesurface. Without moisture, salts tend to form crystals, which can interfere with bonding.
  • 11. Construction Chemicals Pvt. LtdGrease-oils-silicones: Few, if any, coatings stick to greasy, oily, waxy surfaces. Oily surfacescan be tricky. Even on what seems like a non-greasy surface, many coatings will bead-upleaving behind hollow, coating less circles or voids. Hosing down, high-pressure water, andeven grit blasting, is no guaranty that greases will be removed, indeed, they will probably staybehind. Greasy, oily surfaces require a degreasing chemical to remove the residuePorosity: Some coatings tend to be quite porous, permitting moisture, chemicals, etc. toinvade the coating and attack both the coating and its bonding interface. Some epoxies aremore porous than other kinds of epoxy.Brittleness: Many coatings will fail because they cannot handle the expansion/ /contraction (ormovement) of the underlying surface, or they crack when struck. Once a coating cracks, evena tiny micro fracture, that crack becomes a pathway for moisture and corrosion. It is thebeginning of failure for the coating.UV: Ultra-violet radiations from the sun, UV, will breakdown most coatings. Epoxies tend toyellow and chalk, other coatings, such as plastics, get brittle and crack. After too much UV thecoatings will fail.
  • 12. FLOOR CARE Construction Chemicals Pvt. Ltd DO’S DON’T’SClean Immediately with detergent and Warm Spill chemical / oil / grease on the floorwater in the event of chemicals/Oil/greasespillageVacuum clean regularly clean floor with Let sand inside- use air lock or air curtaindetergent and warm water using soft Bristle toavoid scratch. Polish as per Manufacturer’sinstructionMaintain reasonably constant temperature Store react able solvent without proper instructionRegular maintenance of trolleys and forklifts. Use imbalance wheelsPrevent locking of wheelsUse Polyurethane or pneumatic wheels with Use black rubber / metal wheels on trolleys andwider contact area to reduce frictional stresses forklifts as it will lead to scoring and marking on the floorKeep mats underneath before placing heavy Drag heavy objects on the floor as it will lead toweights on the floor scratchesCheck the pallets and ensure that no nails or Drop sharp and heavy objects on the floor as itprotruding in trolleys/ forklifts will leave dents and marksRepair leakage in water pipes, air ductsimmediately to avoid pressure beneath thesubstrate which could lead to blisters on thefloor
  • 13. Construction Chemicals Pvt. LtdFew things to keep in mind before going for epoxy flooringFLOOR SELECTION CRETERIA1.MOISTURE: Moisture content less than 5%2.SMOOTH SURFACE / NEW CASTED FLOOR: Depending on surface we can providethe epoxy system – for smooth floor –epoxy coating from 500micron – 1mm system3.ROUGH FLOOR: 1MM – 2MMSYSTEM4.DAMAGED FLOOR: Using epoxy underlayment / requires repairing.5.CRACKS: Repairing / Filling of cracks6.OIL / GREESE: Checking of oil content on floor7.POT HOLES: Checking & Filling of pot holes8.CONTROL JOINTS: Checking if joints / grooves are cut and filled with joint sealant.9.Checking the load / traffic / movement on the floor as it’s the basic criteria fordeciding the what system we should recommend.
  • 14. Construction Chemicals Pvt. LtdAreas of Application of Epoxy Floor Chemical plants Pharmaceuticals Industries Food Processing Areas Bottling Plant Electric / Electronics Industries Computer Rooms Hospitals Operation Theaters & Corridors Nuclear Power Plants Dairies & Breweries Laboratories Aerospace Industries Airport Hangers Picture Tube Manufacturing Plants Automobiles Workshops Fermentation Floor in tea Gardens Textile Mills Warehouse Hotels & Restaurant
  • 15. Construction Chemicals Pvt. LtdFIBFLOOR SL : Self Levelling Epoxy Flooring / Epoxy Topping. Joint less / monolithic ,hygienic, non-porous, resistant to various chemicals.Steps in Laying Epoxy :1.Surface Preparation : Removing all dirt/ loose particles/dust etc using grindermachine.2.Application of primer @250gms/sqm and allow it to cure for 8hrs -12hrs depending ontemp.3.Application of top coat with Fibfloor SL @ 1.5kgs/sqm and allow it to cure for min12hrs Foot Traffic : after 24hrs Medium traffic: after 48hrs Full Load : after 72hrsFEATURES:1.Easy to apply , clean and maintain2.Excellent bond to concrete and other substrate like kota stones3.Does not allow bacterial growth4.Excellent abrasion resistant5.Excellent resistant to various chemicals6.Non porous7.Excellent Impact resistant
  • 16. PRODUCTS Construction Chemicals Pvt. Ltd APPLICATION PROCESSFIBFLOOR SCREED : Epoxy Underlayment for repair of damaged concrete floor.Steps in Laying Epoxy :1.Surface Preparation : Removing all dirt/ loose particles/dust etc2.Application of primer @250gms/sqm and allow it to cure for 8hrs -12hrs depending on temp.3.Before laying FiBfloor screed First mix resin part A & hardener part B with the help of drillmixer fitted @1000 rpm until a homogeneous mix is obtained i.e lumps free mass is achieved.Then slowly add Filler part C, ensuring complete dispersion till 5-10 minutes.Then place themixed motar evenly for the desired thickness and finish with steel trowel to get the smoothfinish.4.Apply Fibfloor Screed @6.6kgs./sqm for 3 mm thickness and allow it to cure for 48hrs5.Application of Sealer coat @ 300gms/sqm to level the surface and allow it to cure for 6-8hrs6.Application of top coat with Fibfloor SL @ 1.5kgs/sqm and allow it to cure for min 12hrs Foot Traffic : after 12hrs Medium traffic: after 48hrs Full Load : after 72hrs
  • 17. Construction Chemicals Pvt. LtdFEATURES :· High mechanical strength, hard wearing and long lasting.· Very high Bond and Adhesive strength.· Good abrasion resistance.· Chemical resistance - mostly industrial chemicals.· Hygienic seamless surface· High impermeability to water and industrial oils.· Does not support bacterial growth.TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS :Compressive Strength : (ASTM C 109:90) 60 N/mm2Flexural Strength : 25 N/mm2Tensile Strength : 8.5 N/mm2Bond Strength To Concrete : 3.0 N/mmElongation At Break : 1.8 %Charpy Impact Value : 33 Joule / MeterTaber Abrasion Resistance : 1.8 MgsRockwell Hardness : 9.8 On R ScaleCode (Abrasion Resistance) ASTM C 501OTHER BRANDS:1.FOSROC : Nito Flor TF 50002.SIKA: Sikafloor – 913.FIBREX: Fibfloor Screed
  • 18. Construction Chemicals Pvt. LtdPOT LIFE : When fully mixed, approximately 30-40 minutes @ 20 degree C. Extended pot life atlower temperatures, reduced at high temperatures.CURING TIME: Initial cure after 24 hours @ 20 degree C. DO NOT USE at temperatures belowfreezing.Foot Traffic in 24 hrsHeavy Traffic after 48hrsFull cure in 7 days.MIXING RATIO:A : B : C = R : H : F = 2 : 1 : 20CHEMICAL RESISTANCEResistant to spillages of many chemicals commonly met within industry.Contact Technical Services for more advice.STORAGE: All the components Resin, Hardener & Filler must be kept in cool, dry place and incovered shed.HEALTH & SAFETYIt is advisable to wear protective wears at the time of use of Epoxy Screed and all other ourproducts. In case of contact with eyes and skin, wash with plenty of water and consult adoctor.
  • 19. FIBFLOOR FC Construction Chemicals Pvt. LtdIt is high build epoxy coating for walls, floor & steel Structures.Steps in Laying FC:1.Surface Preparation.2. Ensure that surface is plastered or cementatious in nature.3. Apply wall putty using blade or spatula on the wall with bottom to top to give smooth finish.4. Apply epoxy primer using brush on to the wall or floor @ 200gms – 250gms/sqm5. Apply first coat of FIBFLOOR FC @ 125gms/sqm6. Apply another coat of FIBFLOOR FC @ 125gms/sqm after 7-8hrs till it has dried.7. Leave it to cure for 12hrs.Key benefits1. Non-Yellowing.2. Good resistance to microbial Growth.3. Forms a smooth & hard film.4. Good resistance to water & cleaning Chemicals.5. Environment & user friendly.
  • 20. Construction Chemicals Pvt. LtdTECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS:Estimated Coverage : 4kg Unit (in two coats) of Fibfloor FC is sufficient for 13 m2 for DFT of 200 microns.Pot Life : 50 minutes (approx) At 30 degree cCuring Time : Foot Traffic after 24 hours. Full Cure 7 DaysShrinkage Factor : NegligibleCode : IS 962- 1979MIXING RATIO:A:B = R:H = 4:1OTHER BRANDS:1.FOSROC: Nitocote EP 1402.SIKA: Sika guard – 623.FIBREX: Fibfloor FCSTORAGE:8 - 12 months in original unopened containers. Store in cool dry place. Do not expose to directsunlight.
  • 21. FIBFLOOR PES Construction Chemicals Pvt. LtdOverview:The epoxy Sealer is a two component penetrating epoxy sealer (with very high solids) designed for superior protection to concrete or for prolonging the serviceability of partially deteriorated concrete.The sealer is low to medium viscosity material and is capable of providing an effective membrane barrier to inhibit moisture migration and corrosive chemical penetration.It allows moisture vapor transmission; it seals off moisture entry but still allows the concrete to breath.It greatly improves resistance of the concrete surface, slows down the corrosion ofreinforcing steel and adds many years life to the structure. The product has a solid content of 100% after curing.This product is commonly used to fill top surface pores of concrete, tiles, pavers, marbles , parking decks, bridges decks & industrial.Making the surface smooth and dust poof and providing the wet look to concrete surfaces.Whenever new or old concrete must be protected from the effects of chloride ion penetration, free water and water born containments, freezing and thawing, petroleum products and abrasion.
  • 22. Features of Penetrating Epoxy Sealers Construction Chemicals Pvt. Ltd1. Concrete sealing: Seals the concrete top layer2. Waterproofing: Due to the sealing properties of an epoxy sealer the flooring system alsobecomes waterproof. This is excellent for creating a seamless environment preventing thedevelopment of molds, mildew, and bacteria.3. Stain Resistance: Epoxy are non porous excellent at resisting stains. Whether its oil, greaseetc.4. Dustproof: As per chemical its properties it act as a dust free surface.4. Easy clean up: Due its sealing properties it is easy to clean and maintain.Advantages:1. Very strong and durable.2. Bond well with concrete surface and form a transparent, shiny film.3. Maximum penetration.4. Improves wear and chemical resistance5. Reduces water and salt absorption6. Act as a dust-proofer7. Low maintenance cost8. Easy to cleanDisadvantages:1. Not permeable to water.2. No colour- transparent in nature3. Trap moisture and will not let concrete to breath and cause efflorescence.
  • 23. Construction Chemicals Pvt. Ltd Application procedure:Surface preparationSurface life of the sealer is primarily dependent on the good surface preparation. Sealers lifewill be extended by following few key points:1. The concrete must be cleaned free of old existing coatings, oils, grease, dirt and wax solutions.2. Grind the floor to open the pores and remove dirt, debris and other containments.3. If there are any cracks, filling of cracks4. Filling of control joints.5. Remove all debris from working area.Mixing ProceduresEpoxy penetrating sealer is a two component system. Mix component A “resin” withcomponent B “Hardener” in the ratio of 1:1, mix with the help of power mixer @ 200rpm-300rpm until an even colour develops (2-3 minutes)Application of First coat1. Penetrate epoxy sealer may be applied with roller, brush or air spray. Ensure that the concrete surface is dry, and at least 28 days old, having a moisture less than 5%. Apply FIBFLOOR PES @ 150gms per sqm evenly. Concrete surface will accept the sealer at different rates because of the porosity and other variations and may result in darkening ofthe finished surface.
  • 24. Construction Chemicals Pvt. Ltd2. Allow the floor to cure for 8-12hrs depending on the temperature.3. Apply send coat of FIBFLOOR PES @150gms per sqm and allow it to cure for 8-12hrs.CURING:Foot Traffic – 12hrsTrolleys / Fork Lift – 24hrsFull cure after 48hrsCOVERAGE:Coverage Rate @ m2/litreConcrete Surface First Coat Second CoatTrowelled smooth 7.5 - 10.0 14.5 - 20.0Broomed textured 3.5 - 5.0 7.4 - 10.0The concrete surface texture greatly affects coverage rates and final appearance.USP:A unique product, no competitor in IndiaSTORAGE:12 months in original unopened containers. Do not expose to direct sunlight.
  • 25. Construction Chemicals Pvt. LtdTECHNICAL SPECIFICATION:At 30oCPot Life : 30 min for 250 gms of massWorking time : 30 - 40 min at 30oCCOMPRESSIVE STRENGTH:1 day : 40 - 50 Mpa7 days : 60 - 70 MpaTensile strength : 14 -16 MpaFlexural strength : 25 - 27 Mpa Floor treated with FIBFLOOR PESs
  • 26. Construction Chemicals Pvt. LtdFIBFLOOR SL : Self Levelling Epoxy Flooring / Epoxy Topping. Joint less /monolithic , hygienic, non-porous, resistant to various chemicals.Steps in Laying Epoxy:1.Surface Preparation : Removing all dirt/ loose particles/dust etc using grindermachine.2.Application of primer @250gms/sqm and allow it to cure for 8hrs -12hrs dependingon temp.3.Application of top coat with Fibfloor SL @ 1.5kgs/sqm and allow it to cure for min12hrs Foot Traffic : after 24hrs Medium traffic : after 48hrs Full Load : after 72hrsFEATURES:1.Easy to apply , clean and maintain2.Excellent bond to concrete and other substrate like kota stones3.Does not allow bacterial growth4.Excellent abrasion resistant5.Excellent resistant to various chemicals6.Non porous7.Excellent Impact resistant
  • 27. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION: Construction Chemicals Pvt. LtdCompressive Strength: 50 N / MM2Flexural Strength: 35 N /MM2Adhesion to Concrete: 3 N / MM2Tensile Strength: 18 N / MM2Water Absorption at 27o C at 24hrs 0.20%Elongation at break: 8%Rock well Hardness on R scale 82Pot life 90 minutes (approx) at 30o CShrinkage Factor NilCODE IS 9162-1979 / ASTM D 412( Adhesion Strength)OTHER BRANDS:1. FOSROC: NITOFLOR SL2. SIKA: SIKAFLOR3. FIBREX: FIBFLOOR SLMIXING RATIO:A : B : C = R : H : F = 2 : 1 : 3.5DENSITY : 1500
  • 28. Construction Chemicals Pvt. LtdFIBFLOOR CEM : Moisture Insensitive self Levelling Epoxy – cement Composite Floor anunderlayment flooring material where flooring can be done on damp surface.Steps in Laying Epoxy :1.Surface Preparation : Removing all dirt/ loose particles/dust etc using grinder machine.2.Application of Cem primer @150gms/sqm3.Apply FIBFLOOR CEM @ 3kgs /Sqm for 1mm thickness, wet on wet application. Does notallow the Fibloor Cem primer to dry. And allow it to cure for 48hours4.Application of Cem Sealer @ 250gms /sqm nd allow it to cure for 8hrs to 10hrs.5.Application of top coat with Fibfloor SL @ 1.5kgs/sqm for 1mm thickness and allow it tocure for min 24hrs Foot Traffic : after 24hrs Medium traffic: after 48hrs Full Load : after 72hrsFEATURES:1.Ideally suited where base floor is damp or expected to contain moisture / damaged2.Excellent bond to concrete3.Gains extremely high early strength4.Can be used as underlayment for any epoxy flooring or coating5.Excellent resistant to chemicals
  • 29. Construction Chemicals Pvt. Ltd TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION: Compressive Strength: 40 - 50 N / MM2 Flexural Strength: 10 N /MM2 Bond Strength to Concrete: 3 N / MM2 Tensile Strength: 5 N / MM2 Color Grey Pot life 40- 50 (approx) at 30o C Shrinkage Factor Nil ASTM CODE (Abrasion resistant) ASTM D 4060 OTHER BRANDS: 1. FOSROC: NITOFLOR SLW 2. SIKA: SIKAFLOR EPO CEM 3. FIBREX: FIBFLOOR CEM MIXING RATIO:A:B:C = R:H:F = 2:1:
  • 30. Construction Chemicals Pvt. LtdEPOXY FLOORING 1 mm System
  • 31. Construction Chemicals Pvt. Ltd Surface PreparationGrind floor to remove dry dust & loose particle to make floor ready forapplication.
  • 32. Construction Chemicals Pvt. LtdSurface Preparation Cutting of Grooves On concrete Floor. Filling of Grooves With JSE 700.
  • 33. Construction Chemicals Pvt. LtdApplication of epoxy primer FIBFLOORPRIMER On concrete floor.
  • 34. Construction Chemicals Pvt. LtdFloor after application of Epoxy primer (Fibfloor Primer) Floorready for application of top coat (Fibfloor SL)
  • 35. Construction Chemicals Pvt. LtdApplication of self leveling Epoxy FIBFLOOR SL top coat onprimed Floor.
  • 36. Construction Chemicals Pvt. LtdFloor after application of top coat FIBFLOOR SL
  • 37. Construction Chemicals Pvt. LtdAvailable in various colors
  • 38. Construction Chemicals Pvt. LtdMOISTURE INSENSITIVE EPOXY FLOORING 2+1 mm System
  • 39. Construction Chemicals Pvt. Ltd NEW FIBFLOOR CEMWATER-BASED AMINE TECHNOLOGY FOR EPOXY APPLICATION OVER GREEN CONCRETE
  • 40. Construction Chemicals Pvt. Ltd Current Epoxy Floor Application Concrete Pour Wait 28 DaysPrime Floor & Shot Blast Top Coat
  • 41. Construction Chemicals Pvt. Ltd What if Concrete Pour Wait 28 Days Shot BlastPrime Floor & Top Coat
  • 42. Typical Epoxy System Construction Chemicals Pvt. LtdOver Green Concrete Blisters De-LaminationSo What Would Make a Good Epoxy Curing Agent For Green Concrete?.• Compatible with Water• Compatible with High Alkalinity• Deep Penetration Into the Green concrete• Excellent Adhesion to Green Concrete• Pass ASTM C156-98 for Water Retention for Use as Concrete Curing Compound• Compatible with Various Top-Coat Technologies• Easily Mixed, Diluted, Applied, and Cleaned From Tools
  • 43. Construction Chemicals Pvt. LtdSurface PreparationGrind floor to remove drydust & loose particle to makefloor ready for application.Cutting of GroovesOn concrete Floor.Filling of GroovesWith JSE 700.
  • 44. Surface Preparation Construction Chemicals Pvt. LtdPrepare the area Sweep away dirt Cut the nozzle of Smooth out excessto be repaired Using wire brush the bottle & fill & allow to cure the cracks Application of Epoxy CEM Primer, start laying FIBFLOOR CEM simultaneously.Floor after application ofFIBFLOOR CEM
  • 45. Construction Chemicals Pvt. LtdAfter application of FIBFLOOR CEMChecking of moisture content bymoisture meter.After application of FIBFLOOR CEM,apply sealer coat.Floor after application of sealer coatApplication of self levelingEpoxy FIBFLOOR SL(top coat).Floor after application oftop coat FIBFLOOR SL
  • 46. Construction Chemicals Pvt. LtdM/s Fibrex Construction Chemicals Pvt L (ISO 9001 : 2008) Com Plot No 73 , New DLF Industrial Are Faridabad-Harya Pin -1210 Tele Ph 0129 – 40814 Fax 0129 – 41134 Cell no +91 98 71 29 7 4 Email deepakdhar@fibrexchem.c

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