Rust-Oleum B95SL Flexible Self Levelling Epoxy
Rust-Oleum B95SL Flexible Self Levelling Epoxy is a virtually solvent free, two component epoxy flooring system, with a convenient 1:1 mixing ratio. It should be used on cleaned, horizontal concrete, asphalt-concrete, or other floors where flexibility is required. The coating offers protection against abrasion and impact and can be applied up to 2mm thick in just one coat.
Rust-Oleum B95SL Flexible Self Levelling Epoxy is a virtually solvent free, two component epoxy flooring system, with a convenient 1:1 mixing ratio. Rust-Oleum B95SL Flexible Self Levelling Epoxy should be used on cleaned, horizontal concrete, asphalt-concrete, or other floors where flexibility is required. It can also be applied on cleaned, well adhering old epoxy floor coatings. The coating offers protection against abrasion and impact and can be applied in a dry film thickness of 150-200μm (roller) or up to 2mm (rake) in one coat. If good U.V. and chemical resistance is required, Rust-Oleum 9600 Rust-O-Thane Polyurethane or Rust-Oleum 9200 Rust-O-Thane should be applied (except for 9211 or 9610 clear).
Features & Benefits
- High build, wear and impact resistant
- Self levelling for uneven surfaces
- Good chemical resistance
- Wide colour range
General: remove oil, grease and all other surface contamination by alkaline or (high pressure) steam cleaning. The surface should be clean and dry during application. Previously coated surfaces must be in sound condition and should be roughened in order to achieve optimal adhesion. A test-patch is recommended to check compatibility.
Concrete: new concrete should cure and dry for at least 30 days prior to the application of the product. Concrete curing compounds should be removed completely. All laitance, loose or unsound concrete should be removed by vacuum blasting or etching with Rust-Oleum Mathys 108 Surfa Etch Solution. Irregularities should be levelled with Rust-Oleum 5170 Scrape Coat. Defects in the concrete should be repaired with Rust-Oleum 5180 Epoxy Repair Mortar or Rust-Oleum 5140 Light Duty Epoxy Repair Mortar directly after having primed with Rust-Oleum 5401 Epoxy Impregnation Primer (wet into wet). For details see the Product Data Sheets. Very porous concrete should be primed with Rust-Oleum 5401 Epoxy Impregnation Primer.
Asphalt-concrete: New asphalt-concrete should cure and dry for at least 60 days prior to the application of the product. Defects in the surface should be repaired with the Rust-Oleum B95SL Flexible Self Levelling Epoxy, with fire-dried quartz sand mixed into a ratio of approx. 1:1 in volume.
Directions for Use
Stir individual components thoroughly before mixing them together. Use the boxing method or low speed mixer.
- Mixing ratio: base (9508) : activator (9502) = 1 : 1
- Induction time: 10 minutes for a 20ltr. mix at 20°C
- Pot-life: 45 minutes for a 20ltr. mix at 20°C
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Temperature of air and substrate between 10 and 35°C and relative humidity below 85%. The substrate temperature must be at least 3°C above dew point.
Maximum dry film thickness per coat: 2mm dry, equals 2mm wet. Check coverage regularly during application. Food should be stored separately or covered adequately during application of the coating. Some chemicals and solvents may cause discoloration and can affect the coating. The floor should be horizontal (max. 3mm per metre incline, according to DIN 18 202, Table 3, Column 4) before applying the material in order to avoid excessive differences in dry film thickness. Expansion joints should be filled with a flexible sealant. Rust-Oleum B95SL Flexible Self Levelling Epoxy should always be top coated with Rust-Oleum 9600 Rust-O-Thane Polyurethane or Rust-Oleum 9200 Rust-O-Thane.
It is your responsibility to read the Product Data Sheets (available below) before you place an order and prior to application of the product. The content of this website is our best recommendation and is not advice. Coverage rates quoted are approximate, you agree that coverage depends on the condition of the substrate, surface absorption, texture and application method. We ALWAYS recommend a trial area is coated to ensure the product meets your requirements before use.
|Typical Coverage (per coat)||1m² per litre at 1000μm dry|
|Touch Dry||16 Hours|
|The figures stated above are approximate. Please ensure you refer to all datasheets for full application information.|
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