Epoxy Oil Stop Primer

Mixing and Application Instructions (8200)

Product Storage
Store product at normal room temperature. Continuous storage should be between 60 and 90 degree F
Surface Preparation
Surface preparation will vary according to the type of complete system to be applied. Make certain that the substrate where the 8200 is to be applied is clean, sound and free of all laitance, dirt, dust, oil, grease, or foreign contaminants. Make certain that the floor is completely dry before application. It is often undesirable to shot blast a petroleum contaminated concrete surface unless the applicator is prepared to steam and solvent clean the area. Shot blasting tends to open oil filled pores that will be detrimental to the application process. The method of cleaning an oil soaked floor is best determined at the job location. However, solvent cleaning, steam cleaning, and water emulsion cleaners can all be considered. A test should be made to determine that the concrete is dry; this can be done by placing a 4’X4’ plastic sheet on the substrate and taping down the edges. If after 24 hours, the substrate is still dry below the plastic sheet, then the substrate is dry enough to start coating. The plastic sheet testing is also a good method to determine if any hydrostatic pressure problems exist that may later cause disbonding.
Product Mixings
This product has a one to one mix ratio by volume- merely mix equal volumes such as 1 gallon of part A to 1 gallon of part B. After the two parts are combined, mix well with slow speed mixing equipment such as a jiffy mixer until streak free. Improper mixing may result in product failure.
Product Priming
Product Application
We recommend one coat of 8200 followed by an epoxy system. Due to the vastly varying contamination parameters, it is recommended that the applicator both check the adhesion of this product to the substrate as well as a thorough evaluation of the proposed intermediate and topcoat selections. Petroleum based oils have a tendency to migrate upward through newly placed coatings and could cause disbonding if all preceding coats are not inspected prior to topcoating. Clean all previous coatings as necessary. THIS COATING SHOULD NOT BE USED UNTIL A REPRESENTATIVE SAMPLE PATCH HAS BEEN PLACED AND THOROUGHLY EVALUATED FOR SUITABILITY. Make certain that the floor temperature and air temperature is between 55 and 90 degrees Fahrenheit. Preferably, the relative humidity should be below 90%. This product should be applied by roller or brush at five to eight mil thickness when wet. Too thick of an application may result in product failure.
Recoating or Topcoating
We recommend one coat of 8200 followed by an epoxy system. Due to the vastly varying contamination parameters, it is recommended that the applicator both check the adhesion of this product to the substrate as well as a thorough evaluation of the proposed intermediate and topcoat selections. Petroleum based oils have a tendency to migrate upward through newly placed coatings and could cause disbonding if all preceding coats are not inspected prior to topcoating. Clean all previous coatings as necessary. THIS COATING SHOULD NOT BE USED UNTIL A REPRESENTATIVE SAMPLE PATCH HAS BEEN PLACED AND THOROUGHLY EVALUATED FOR SUITABILITY. Make certain that the floor temperature and air temperature is between 55 and 90 degrees Fahrenheit. Preferably, the relative humidity should be below 90%. This product should be applied by roller or brush at five to eight mil thickness when wet. Too thick of an application may result in product failure.
Cleanup
We recommend one coat of 8200 followed by an epoxy system. Due to the vastly varying contamination parameters, it is recommended that the applicator both check the adhesion of this product to the substrate as well as a thorough evaluation of the proposed intermediate and topcoat selections. Petroleum based oils have a tendency to migrate upward through newly placed coatings and could cause disbonding if all preceding coats are not inspected prior to topcoating. Clean all previous coatings as necessary. THIS COATING SHOULD NOT BE USED UNTIL A REPRESENTATIVE SAMPLE PATCH HAS BEEN PLACED AND THOROUGHLY EVALUATED FOR SUITABILITY. Make certain that the floor temperature and air temperature is between 55 and 90 degrees Fahrenheit. Preferably, the relative humidity should be below 90%. This product should be applied by roller or brush at five to eight mil thickness when wet. Too thick of an application may result in product failure.
Floor Cleaning
We recommend one coat of 8200 followed by an epoxy system. Due to the vastly varying contamination parameters, it is recommended that the applicator both check the adhesion of this product to the substrate as well as a thorough evaluation of the proposed intermediate and topcoat selections. Petroleum based oils have a tendency to migrate upward through newly placed coatings and could cause disbonding if all preceding coats are not inspected prior to topcoating. Clean all previous coatings as necessary. THIS COATING SHOULD NOT BE USED UNTIL A REPRESENTATIVE SAMPLE PATCH HAS BEEN PLACED AND THOROUGHLY EVALUATED FOR SUITABILITY. Make certain that the floor temperature and air temperature is between 55 and 90 degrees Fahrenheit. Preferably, the relative humidity should be below 90%. This product should be applied by roller or brush at five to eight mil thickness when wet. Too thick of an application may result in product failure.
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