Arizona Polymer Flooring Epoxy 450, 15 GL Kit (10 GL Part A, 5 GL Part B)
- For professional use only
- Outstanding balance of physical strength, flexibility, and chemical resistance
- Can be mixed with color packs
- Medium viscosity; ideal for a variety of floor applications
- VOC compliant
- Must order 2 Part A and 1 Part B for full kit
Arizona Polymer Flooring Epoxy 450 is a medium viscosity, 100% solids resin system used in a variety of flooring applications, including high build coatings, aggregate-filled flooring and decorative epoxy pebble applications.
Excellent Strength, Flexibility, and Clarity
Arizona Polymer Flooring Epoxy 450 cures blush-free and provides an outstanding balance of physical strength, flexibility, and chemical resistance. It has excellent clarity for use over color quartz aggregate and decorative architectural concrete.
Lower Viscosity than Competing Products
Arizona Polymer Flooring Epoxy 450 has slightly lower viscosity than most competitive products providing improved handling at cooler temperatures and exceptional troweling characteristics. The lower viscosity allows for the addition of fine silica fillers for easy application of “slurry” type floors.
A fast cure hardener is available when cold weather cure down to 40°F or accelerated room temperature cure is required. A special hardener is available when adhesion to damp concrete is needed.
For more information or specific product recommendations, contact a Jon-Don concrete specialist at 800-400-9473.
Versatile—Use as Primer, Finish Coat, or Aggregate Binder
The versatility of Arizona Polymer Flooring Epoxy 450 makes it ideal as a primer, finish coat or aggregate binder in a wide variety of flooring applications, including manufacturing facilities, warehouses, correctional facilities, loading docks, and other areas requiring high-performance flooring.
Arizona Polymer Flooring Epoxy 450 is not recommended for food processing areas, commercial kitchens, wineries, or other areas that receive constant corrosive exposure. Arizona Polymer Flooring 600 or 900 should be selected for these applications.
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