General Purpose Epoxy Coating
Mitchepoxy is a specially designed two component epoxy resin system that provides a durable, seamless finish to horizontal and vertical concrete surfaces. It makes the surface water proof and highly resistant against the attacks of acids, alkalis and other aggressive liquids. Available in clear as well as in a variety of colours, it provides a dustfree, hygienic and decorative appearance to the surface. Mitchepoxy is spplied, as a two component system, in pre-measured quantities of both the resin and hardener, for easy on-site mixing just prior to application.
Mitchepoxy is primarily recommended as a protective, decorative and chemical proof coating for concrete floors and walls. It also bridges hairline cracks and is ideal for Clean Labs, Pharmaceutical Plants, Food Processing Industries, Power Plants, Chemical Plants, Automobile Plants & Workshops, Refineries, Fertilizer and Sugar Plants, Battery Rooms, Water and Oil tanks and all other applications where an impervious and resilient surface is required.
- Chemical resistant
- Easy to clean
- Excellent Bonding
- Dust free
- Easy application
The transparent grade after mixing has a slightly greyish colour that dries to a completely clear / transparent film. Pigmented grades also are available in white, black, grey and many other custom color.
1.6 litre unit(1 litre component A+0.6 litre component BO & 40 litre pack (25 litre component A + 15 litre component B)
The two components of Mitchepoxy should be poured in a clean container and mixed with a slow speed drill for about 3 minutes. Only that much material should be prepared which could be applied in 20 minutes, it is suggested that only one pack be mixed at a time. The surface to be coated should be free from dirt, dust, grease, oils, cement laitance and other loose material. On clean dry surface apply a thin coat of Mitchepoxy using either a brush or painters scrapper. To obtain desired results, two coats are suggested with the second coat applied after an interval of 8 to 12 hours after the application of first coat, but it should be ensured that the first coat is still tacky. If the first coat has dried or the surface is very smooth then for providing a proper mechanical key roughening of the surface with a stiff wire brush is recommended.
25 to 35 sft per litre per coat
For further details and assistance for specific application requirements and for other product information please contact Mitchell at the addresses given below.