Polymer Nation F-11 SL Clear Epoxy Slurry

F-11 SL Packaging: 1 mix kit consists of 2 gal A, 1 gal B and 1-50 LB. bag of C.

Polymer Nation F-11 SL is primarily used as a fast setting epoxy overlay to protect and/or repair concrete when sloping is not required. On solid concrete, the system is self-priming and with the appropriate conditions and a skilled installer it can be left as a high-build, single step flooring system. When conditions or skill do not allow a one step process, a broadcast of select aggregates and fillers can be used to help level the floor, release trapped air and add a decorative flair.

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Description

Polymer Nation F-11 SL combines our clear, nonylphenol-free, epoxy resin (E1), our blended cycloaliphatic reactant (H1.5) and our Slurry Aggregate PN 1329 to create an easy to use slurry material. This mixture allows the installer to create a high-build, epoxy flooring system in a shorter amount of time than double broadcasting the floor. The cured material has high compressive strength (three times that of concrete) , great impact resistance and a broad range of resistance to chemical attack. It is virtually odor-free.

Description Results Notes
Number of mixes per kit 1 A 1 mix kit consists of 2 gal A, 1 gal B and 1-50 LB. bag of C.
Number of Components 3
Mix Ratio Liquids by Volume 2:1 see Mixing & Installation It is always preferred to mix the entire kit, whenever possible, to avoid off-ratio mixtures
Ideal Application Temperatures 60F-90F Verify that substrate temperature is above 5 degrees of dewpoint during application and cure of material to avoid a potential amine blush
Mixed Viscosity in cP@25C/77F 350-450 A & B Warmer temperatures will reduce viscosity and lower temperatures will increase viscosity
Gel Time 15 min. Warmer temperatures will decrease gel time and lower temperatures will increase gel time
Dry to Touch 2 Hours Warmer temperatures will reduce time and colder temperatures will increase time
Through Dry 4 Hours Warmer temperatures will reduce time and colder temperatures will increase time
Dry to Walk 6 Hours Warmer temperatures will reduce time and colder temperatures will increase time
Dry to Lightly Use 12 Hours Warmer temperatures will reduce time and colder temperatures will increase time
Full Cure 7 Days Warmer temperatures will reduce time and colder temperatures will increase time
Shore Hardness at 24 hours D65 Warmer temperatures will increase hardness
Shore Hardness at 7 days D78 Warmer temperatures will shorten time to reach full hardness
Gloss @ 60 Degree Angle 25-30 Not top coated.  See Gloss data for selected top coat if required
VOC’s of Mixed Material <50g/L EPA Method 24
Color Scale per ASTM D1500 .5-1.0 Clear to slightly amber
Solids by Volume Mixed 100%
Storage 60F-90F Store material between 60-90 degrees F in a protected dry location.
Odor Subtle
Coverage Per Mix Each mix will cover 66 sq. ft. at 1/8″ theoretical coverage.  A waste factor of 10-15% should be contemplated
Disposal Dispose of  material, containers, solvents, etc.per Federal, State and local guideline, rules and laws
Available Colors Clear & Color Packs
Mixing & Installation A mixture consists of 2 gal A, 1 gal B and 50 LB. of C (PN 1360). Combine part A and B into a single container, large enough to accept the entire kit (1 mix equals 6.5 gallons when Part C is added). Premix liquids at 350 RPM for 1 minutes using an appropriate mixing blade or mixing machine. Pour Part C into the mixed resin and continue mixing until a homogenous mortar is achieved (2-3 minutes usually), making sure not to introduce excessive air into the solution. Pour material on to floor and spread to desired thickness using a screed rake or notched squeegee. Once material has leveled, back roll with a spiked roller to aid in the release of trapped air. If a broadcast has been selected, begin broadcasting evenly across the floor, following the same order in which the slurry was installed. Whenever possible, work the shorter distance not the longer as this will help keep a fresh edge and make for easier blending. Temperature should be descending , not ascending during application and cure of slurry. This is critical whenever a broadcast will not be cast into the wet slurry. Recoat within 24 hours. Clean tools with a solvent similar to Xylene or Acetone.
Polymer Nation believes the information contained herein to be true and accurate. Information contained herein is for evaluation purposes only.