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Epoxy.com Product #201

Epoxy Oil Stop Primer - For Oil Saturated Concrete

Penetrating Deeply into Oil Saturated Concrete to Tie Up and Lock in In - Leaving a Clean Surface


Epoxy.com Product #201 Epoxy Oil Stop Primer - For Oil Saturated Concrete is a two component, epoxy-amine undercoating designed to be compatible with petroleum based oil and greases. In many instances petroleum can penetrate the surface of concrete floors to the extent that the oil may not be removed by surface cleaning. If untreated, this oil may migrate back to the surface to cause a delamination.

Epoxy.com Product #201 Epoxy Oil Stop Primer - For Oil Saturated Concrete mixes with the oil in the surface, penetrating deeply to tie up and lock in contamination leaving a clean surface for application of epoxy flooring and coating resins.


Epoxy.com Product #201 Epoxy Oil Stop Primer - For Oil Saturated Concrete is suited as a primer for most Epoxy.com epoxy based products where petroleum oil based contamination cannot be fully removed. Among these applications are the following:

  • Assembly Plants
  • Bakeries
  • Basement Floors
  • Bottling Plants
  • Break Rooms
  • Cafeterias
  • Canning Plants
  • Car Washes
  • Cells
  • Chemical Storage Areas
  • Chemical Processing Areas
  • Church Floors
  • Classroom Floors
  • Corridors
  • Educational Facilities
  • Entrances
  • Food Plants
  • Fork Lift Areas
  • Health Care Facilities
  • Hospitals
  • Kennels
  • Kitchens
  • Laboratories
  • Law Enforcement Facilities
  • Laundries
  • Leveling concrete
  • Loading docks
  • Locker Rooms
  • Machine Shops
  • Manufacturing Areas
  • Marine Surfaces
  • Meat Preparation Areas
  • Mortuaries
  • Nuclear Plant Floors
  • Offices
  • Oil Storage and Processing Facilities
  • Patching concrete
  • Photography Processing Areas
  • Power Plants
  • Printing Plants
  • Produce Preparation Areas
  • Pool Decks
  • Ramps
  • Research Facilities
  • Rest Rooms
  • Restaurants
  • Secondary Containment Structures
  • Semiconductor Plants
  • Sewer Plants
  • Shop Floors
  • Shopping Centers
  • Shower Rooms
  • Store Floors
  • Show Rooms
  • Supermarkets
  • Veterinary Facilities
  • Water Plants
  • Warehouses
  • many others


  • Bonds through petroleum based grease oil
  • No need to chip out surface
  • Preserves concrete


Concrete should be thoroughly degreased and solvent washed. Create a profile with a wire brush, scarifying, or abrasive blast. As much of the oil should be removed as possible. Surface must be sound. All loose or soft concrete must be removed.


Temperature of Epoxy.com Product #201 Epoxy Oil Stop Primer - For Oil Saturated Concrete must be 60°F or above at time of mixing. Stir each component separately before blending. Pour Part A into a clean container and add Part B Stir for three minutes with a low speed electric drill motor equipped with a mixing paddle. Immediately begin application.


Epoxy.com Product #201 Epoxy Oil Stop Primer - For Oil Saturated Concrete can be applied with brush, or 3/8" nap roller. Apply Epoxy.com Product #201 Epoxy Oil Stop Primer at a rate of 200-320 SF per gallon.


Epoxy.com Product #201 Epoxy Oil Stop Primer - For Oil Saturated Concrete will normally be ready to recoat in 8-10 hours. Top-coating before 8 hours can cause some slight bleeding of the Epoxy.com Product #201 Epoxy Oil Stop Primer into the topcoat. For best results 16-24 hours should be given.


Before application of Epoxy.com Product #201 Epoxy Oil Stop Primer - For Oil Saturated Concrete, New concrete should be at least 28 days old. Temperature of substrate must be between 50°F and 90°F. DO NOT thin. For outdoor use contact Epoxy.com for technical assistance.


Prolonged or repeated exposure may cause eye and skin irritation. If contact occurs, wash immediately and seek medical help. Use safety glasses with side shields and wear protective rubber gloves.


All tools and equipment should be cleaned before the system gels. Use MEK, Acetone, or any lacquer solvent.


Mix Ratio 1:1 By Volume
Solids by weight 69.5% (min.)
Pot Life (200 gr.) 4-6 hours
Tack Free 2-4 hours
Cure Time - Recoat 4-8 hours
Cure Time - Light Traffic 16-24 hours
Final Cure 2-7 Days
V.O.C. - Part A 2.5 lb. / gallon
V.O.C. - Part B 2.75 lb. / gallon
Recommended Thickness 5-8 mils per coat (wet)
Theoretical Coverage per gallon 200-320 square feet
Shelf life 1 Year (min)
Color Black only
Packaging (unit size) 4 gal. Units (2 gal. A and 2 Gal. B)


Finish Characteristics (gloss at 60 degrees - Erichsen glossmeter) 40-60
Abrasion Resistance (Taber CS-17 – wheel 1000 gram with 500 cycles) 0.037 gram loss
Impact Resistance (Gardner impact, direct = 50 inch lb.) PASSED
Shore D Hardness 69
Flexibility (no cracks on a 1/8" mandrel) PASSED

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