Epoxy.com Cold Temperature Resins
Low Temperature Cure Epoxy cures down to 35°F
Ultra-fast cure at normal temperatures
Extend your coating and flooring installation season, improve your productivity
Epoxy.com Cold Temperature Cure Epoxy Resins allow
installation to be done at low temperatures as low as 35°F., expanding your epoxy coating and epoxy flooring installation
season. Epoxy.com Cold Temperature Cure Epoxy Resins can also be used in cold storage areas like food processing areas, where the temperature cannot be raised higher than 35° F or so.
Normal cured epoxy typically requires 50°F or more.
Epoxy.com Cold Temperature Cure Epoxy Resins can also be used as a super-fast setting Epoxy Mortar or Epoxy Coating at normal temperatures.
Epoxy.com Cold Temperature Cure Epoxy Resins used at normal temperature give you quick turn around time for small jobs, or larger jobs that require a short turn-around time.
Typical Uses Of Epoxy.com Cold Cure Epoxy
- Aisle Ways
- Assembly Plants
- Basement Floors & Walls
- Block Walls
- Bottling Plants
- Break Rooms
- Canning Plants
- Car Washes
- Chemical Processing Areas
- Chemical Pump Areas
- Chemical Storage Area
- Church Floors
- Classroom Floors
- Educational Facilities
- Food Plants
- Fork Lift Areas
- Health Care Facilities
- Law Enforcement Facilities
- Leveling concrete
- Loading docks
- Locker Rooms
- Machine Shops
- Manufacturing Areas
- Marine Surfaces
- Meat Preparation Areas
- Nuclear Plant Floors
- Patching concrete
- Photography Processing Areas
- Power Plants
- Printing Plants
- Produce Preparation Areas
- Research Facilities
- Rest Rooms
- Secondary Chemical Containment
- Semiconductor Plants
- Sewer Plants
- Shopping Centers
- Shower Rooms
- Show Rooms
- Veterinary Facilities
- Water Plants
- & many others
- Low Temperature Cure
- Low Odor During Application and Cure- will not taint
- Super-Fast Setting Epoxy at Normal Temperatures
- Superior Stain and Chemical Resistance
- Bonds Well to Cool, Damp Substrates
- 100% Solids, Zero VOC - meets even the strictest low VOC
- Excellent chemical resistance
- Strong yet resilient
- Built in flexibility
- Meets USDA standards
Surface to receive Epoxy.com Low Temperature Cure Epoxy Primer, Low
temperature Epoxy Coatings or Low Temperature Epoxy Mortars must be clean and sound. Remove all dirt, laitance, grease curing
compounds and other foreign matter by sandblasting, or mechanical abrasion.
Remove water and dust from all surfaces with an oil free blast immediately prior
See Epoxy.com' Surface
Preparation Guide form
Temperature of Epoxy.com Low Temperature Cure Epoxy Primer, Low
temperature Epoxy Coatings and.or Low Temperature Epoxy Mortars resin
and hardener must be
50° F or above at time of mixing. Stir each component separately before
blending. Mix two parts by volume of Part A with one part by volume of Part B
for three minutes with a low speed electric drill motor equipped with a mixing
If an Epoxy.com Low Temperature Cure Epoxy Primer, Low
temperature Epoxy Coatings and/or Low Temperature Epoxy Mortars resin
and/or hardener temperature is only 50°F but less than 75° when it is mixed remember it is going to take a lot longer to setup.
Set up times of Epoxy.com Low Temperature Cure Epoxy Primer, Low
temperature Epoxy Coatings and Low Temperature Epoxy Mortars will be longer than the time listed on the data sheets
unless it is mixed at about 75°F. Low temperature cured epoxies set up much
faster when the substrate and air temperature is 40 degrees or higher.
When possible to to install low temperature cured epoxy at temperatures of
40 degrees or more, unless a long cure time is not a problem.
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.
Varies with the specific material. Consult specific technical data sheet or contact Epoxy.com Technical Support at 321-206-1833 for more information.
New concrete should be at least 28 days old. Temperature of substrate
must be above 50° F. DO NOT thin.
All tools and equipment should be cleaned before the system gels. Use MEK,
Acetone, or any lacquer solvent.
TYPICAL APPLICATION PROPERTIES at 77° F
| Mix Ratio
|| 2:1 By Volume
| Pot Life (200 gr.)
|| 15 minutes @ 75° F.
| Tack Free to Touch
|| 2-3 hours @ 75° F; 14-16 hours @ 35° F.
|| 3-4 hours @ 75° F; 14-16 hours @ 35° F.
|Light Traffic||5-6 hours @ 75° F; 24 hours @ 35° F.|
| Final Cure
|| 5 Days
| Packaging (unit size)
|| 3 gal., 15 gal.
| Standard Colors
|| Black, White, & Colors Listed Below
the picture of
color card below for a larger version of this picture of the color chart.
Please note: The picture to the right is a photographic reproduction of
the color card for this product. The photo reproduction process and your
monitor and/or printer will change these colors. This chart is to give you an
idea of the colors available and not intended for critical color selections.
Epoxy.com Cold Temperature Cure Epoxy
Epoxy.com Product #1 Cold Temperature Cure Epoxy Coating is 100% solids and specially formulated
coatings for cold temperature applications. Able to cure at temperatures as low
as 35°F. It is has Zero (0) VOCs. Since it has no VOCs, it has no solvent so it
meets the strictest possible standard for a low VOC coating. It is often used in
coolers and food preparation areas that require constant low temperatures.
Product #1 Cold Temperature Cure Epoxy Coating is also frequently used in room
temperature applications to meet super-fast cure, limited shutdown needs.
Epoxy.com Product #2 Cold Cure Chemical Resistant Epoxy Coating
a two component, 100%
solids, Zero "0" VOC epoxy chemical resistant coating specially
formulated for cold temperature applications. Epoxy.com Product #2 Cold Temperature Cure Chemical Resistant
Epoxy Coating is often used in coolers and food preparation
areas that require low temperature epoxy coating installation is required.
Epoxy.com Product #2 Cold Temperature Cure Chemical Resistant Epoxy Coating
is also used for room temperature installations where a super-fast-cure is
required to minimize turn around time. It is has Zero (0) VOCs.
Since it has no VOCs, it has no solvent so it meets the strictest possible
standard for a low VOC coating.
Epoxy.com Product #10 Cold Temperature Curing Version
Epoxy.com Product #24 Cold Pigmented Mortar - Cold Temperature Cure
Epoxy.com Product #28 Epoxy Mortar - Cold Temperature Version Honey Clear Mortar 4:1 Ratio a multipurpose colored epoxy binder for Epoxy.com Mortar Systems This all purpose epoxy resin is characterized as an excellent general purpose material with good clarity and color retention. It is essentially odorless and can therefore be used in occupied areas.
Epoxy.com Product #225 Water Cleanable Epoxy Mortar Kit
Cold Cure Version - includes Epoxy.com Product #224
Cold Cure along with the aggregate. Mix the three components together for a ready to use system.
Epoxy.com Product #301 Cold Temperature Cure a faster version of Product #301 typically used in Cold Temperature Cure applications, or where a very fast set is needed
Epoxy.com Product #899 Cold Cure Epoxy Primer is a 100% solids
low-mod, low viscosity, low temperature curing Primer and Sealer. It may be used as a
Primer for any Epoxy.com Products, as a stand alone
sealer. It may also be combined with Epoxy.com Product
#78 to form a Low-Mod mortar. Epoxy.com Product #899
Cold Cure Epoxy Primer is 100% solids with "0" (zero)
VOC, which means it has virtually no order and will meet
even the strictest low VOC standards.
Epoxy.com Product #899 Cold Cure Epoxy Primer
is specially formulated for cold temperature applications. Epoxy.com Product #899 Cold Cure Epoxy Primer is able to cure down to 35°F. Epoxy.com Product #899 Cold Cure Epoxy Primer
is often used in coolers and food preparation areas that need to be kept at a constant temperature. Epoxy.com Product #899 Cold Cure Epoxy Primer is frequently used at room temperature
applications where a super-fast curing system is required.