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Polythane 1001

Polythane 1001

Advantages: Non-yellowing · High Abrasion Resistance · High Mar Resistance · High Gloss · Good Flexibility · Good Impact Resistance

Tests Results Test Method
Color Gardner 2 (clear)  
Viscosity 200 cps max  
Solids 40 + 2%  
Flexibility No Cracking or Break 1/8" mandrel
Abrasion Resistance 20 mgs max Taber Abraser 100 - Cycles/1000 gm/ CS 10 Wheel
Impact Resistance 160 in/lb  
Tensile Strength 5000 PSI  
Tensile Elongation 80%  
Hardness 36 Taber Abraser 100 Cycles/1000 gm/ CS 10 Wheel
Set To Touch 45 Min.  
Tack Free 90 Min.  
Hard Dry 6 Hours  
Pot Life Unlimited  

Uses

  • Terrazzo Sealer
  • Concrete Floor Finish
  • Wood Floor Finish
  • Decrochip Floor Systems Finish

Advantages

  • Non-Yellowing
  • High Abrasion Resistance
  • High Mar Resistance
  • High Gloss
  • Good Flexibility
  • Good Impact Resistance

Use Instructions

SURFACE PREPARATION:
Surfaces should be free of dirt, oil, grease, and other contaminants or coatings which might interfere with proper adhesion.

CONCRETE and TERRAZZO:
Remove oil and grease with a detergent followed by thorough rinsing and drying.

WOOD:
Remove coating and finishes by thoroughly sanding.

STEEL:
Remove grease and oil; then sandblast.

APPLICATION:
Apply Polythane - 1001 by brush or roller. Change brush or roller as soon as material on them becomes tacky.

Do not leave containers open for long periods as Polythane - 1001 cures with moisture from the air. Provide adequate ventilation when Polythane - 1001 is used indoors.

COVERAGE:
Concrete 200-250 sq.ft./gal.
Wood 200-250 sq.ft./gal.
Steel 300-350 sq.ft./gal.

Coverage will depend on surface porosity and texture.
Shelf Life: 1 year