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Anquamine® 287 curing agent based cementitious epoxy flooring

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000149879D
Publication Date: 2007-Apr-11
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Anquamine® 287 curing agent based cementitious epoxy flooring

                                                                                                         

Anquamine® 287 curing agent can be used with liquid epoxy resin and cement containing aggregates to formulate self levelling grade or trowel grade flooring.  Key advantages of such formulations are:

·        Rapid development of hardness even at lower temperature with a 50% reduction in time to foot traffic compared to traditional cementitious urethane-based flooring

·        Longer pot life compared to traditional cementitious urethane-based flooring formulations

·        Good workability and easy clean up

·        Excellent moisture permeability compared to typical cementitious urethane-based flooring

·        Good surface appearance compared to pinhole issues with traditional cementitious urethane-based flooring

·        Good chemical resistance

·        Good thermal shock resistance

·        Good hot oil resistance

Following is a starting point 1 formulation for self levelling floors. 

 

 

By wt.

By %

Supplier

A side

Liquid Epoxy Resin (EEW = 190)

22.0

13.7

Various

 

 

 

 

 

B side

Anquamine® 287 curing agent

27.7

17.2

Air Products

 

 

 

 

 

C side

Type I white portland cement

22.5

14.0

Various

 

Fine aggregate (~30 mesh)

59.0

36.6

U.S.

Silica® #2 Q-ROK®

 

Medium aggregate (...