- Description: Two component, aliphatic, chemical resistant
polyurethane. Excellent gloss, extremely chemical resistant, UV resistant, very tough and
- Advantages: Urethane coatings are more chemical resistant than epoxies, they are
more resistant to fading from sunlight. Very high gloss.
- Disadvantages: Urethane coating require an epoxy primer coat as they do not bond
as well as epoxies. Epoxies mechanically bond to surfaces and urethane chemically bonds to
the epoxies. They are more expensive than epoxies and acrylics. They are two component
products that requires fairly exacting mixing proportions and procedures.
- Usage: Concrete floors and walls, top coat for steel; structures, tanks,
"computer clean" rooms, medical sterile rooms, food and biological applications.
Used in warehouses, machine shops, automobile service departments, bridges, and for
- Mixing A: Mix ratio by three parts A to one part B.
- Instructions: B: Use separate container for mixing.
- 1. Pre-mix part A and pour into mixing container.
- 2. Add part B.
- 3. Mix for four minutes with drill blade mixer at 500 rpm.
- 4. Add thinner as required, up to 10% of volume and mix for 1 minute.
- Application: Product can be applied by brush, roller or sprayed (with supplied
air). Coverage 275 to 300 per gal.
- Pot life 1 hours at 70 degrees F.
- Shelf life I year.
- Clean up RT-130 ImageSol thinner.
- Dry Time tact free 12 to 14 hours at 70 degrees F.
- Cure Time 24-48 hours.
- Reducer RT-225 or RT-130
Caution: Keep away from children. Do
not take internally. If taken, contact physician. When spraying a protective mask
should be worn to avoid inhaling. In the event of eye contact, flush eyes with water
for 15 minutes and seek medical attention.
KEEP FROM FREEZING.