PPG Anti-Slip Safety Flooring Systems SFT675 is a two-component zero V.O.C. (volatile organic content), fast curing epoxyanti-slip floor and deck coating engineeredfor slippery areas and used to resistheavyrolling and pedestriantraffic.
SFT675 is suitable for marineand industrial environments while being easy to apply. Its low odor characteristic makes it suitable for odor sensitiveapplications suchas wineries,food processing facilities, hospitalsand confined areas. It adheres to concrete, metal and wood surfaces.
SFT675 is fire retardantwhen dry.It has excellent chemical resistance to oil, gasoline, acids,caustics,hydraulic fluidsand mostsolvents.
|Package size||1 and 5 gallons|
|Curing mechanism||Chemicalreaction between|
|DFT per coat||mils||microns|
|25 to 80||625 to 2000|
|25 mils(250 microns) sprayed||60||1.5|
|Flash point (SETA)||°F||°C|
|Coefficient of Friction||Dry||Wet|
Coating performance is proportional to the degree of surface preparation. Refer to the Product Data/Application Instructions for the specific primer being used for surface preparation specifications. Concrete and primed concrete surfaces must be clean and dry and free of contaminants such as dust, dirt, grease, or oil. It is important that a suitable moisture barrier is in place for slabs on-grade. If a moisture barrier is not in place, seasonal variations in ground moisture can cause excessive hydrostatic pressure regardless of results measured prior to coating application.
New/Bare Concrete — Refer to SSPC-SP 13/NACE No. 6 surface preparation of concrete for detailed information regarding surface preparation of concrete. In general, concrete must have sufficient profile to achieve satisfactory adhesion of primer and topcoat. Concrete must be in sound condition and free of all coatings, curing compounds, oil and other contami-nants. New concrete must cure a minimum of 28 days prior to application of any coatings. Concrete can be abrasive blasted (ASTM D4259) or mechanically abraded to achieve a profile equal to 60 grit sandpaper or coarser. Moisture vapor trans-mission should be 3 lbs. or less over a 1000 sq. ft. area during a 24 hour period, measured and confirmed through a calcium chloride test (ASTM F1869). Concrete should have a minimum surface tensile strength of 300 PSI verified by a pull-off adhesion test. Should concrete not meet moisture vapor trans-mission or tensile strength requirements, contact your local PPG representative for guidance. Consult the following ASTM methods: ASTM-4263 – plastic sheet method for checking moisture in concrete; ASTM 4258 standard practice for cleaning concrete; ASTM 4259 standard practice for abrading concrete; ASTM 4260 standard practice for etching concrete.
Previously Painted Concrete — Old coatings and concrete must be in sound condition. Surfaces must be clean and dry and free of all contaminants such as dust, dirt, grease, or oil. Old coatings must be uniformly abraded to achieve satisfactory adhesion. Apply a test patch to the abraded surface and allow to cure a minimum of one week before testing adhesion. If adhesion is poor, or if the old coatings are peeling, chipping, or are otherwise in poor condition, remove the coatings down to bare concrete and prepare the bare concrete as shown above.
Wood and metal surfaces — contact your PMC specialist for a recommendation.
|Applied over||Concrete, metal and wood|
|SurfacePreparation||ASTM D4260 or 4259; SSPC-|
|Method||Roller,trowel, or spray|
|Mixing ratio (by volume)||4 to 1 (mixfull kit)|
|surface||40 to 120||4 to 49|
Surfacetemperatures mustbe at least5ºF (3ºC) abovedew point to preventcondensation. Relative humidity mustnot exceed 85%.
|Drying time(hours,@25 mils DFT,50% RH)|
Mixing should be donewitha mechanicalmixer suchas a pneumaticdrill motorwith a Jiffy mixingblade. Pre-mixthe basecomponentfor severalminutes making sureall material is lifted off the bottom and uniformlymixed. Pour entire contents of hardener can intobasematerial. Mix thoroughly as above for 3-5 minutesuntil contents are a uniform color.
ROLLER The best anti-slip characteristics are obtained when the product is rolled. Do not thin. Use a smooth napless solvent resistant roller.
Use a modest amountof downward pressure.It is important thatthe rolled profileexposethe maximumamount of non-slip aggregate. If aggregateis not properly exposed, the coating may becomeslipperywhenwet.
Do not over-roll or press down too heavily.Make surethat coatingis even withoutany thickpuddles. If applied too heavily the coatingmay not cureproperly.
Drying timewill varywith temperatureand humidity.Protect exteriorapplicationsfromrainfor at least 12-24 hours. For full cure, protect application fromextended exposure to water,oil and chemicals for 4 days.
SPRAY Sprayed applicationswill result in a uniform appearance with good non-slip characteristics. SFT675 may be sprayed with spray equipment usinga 1/4 inch opening spraytip. Toadjust spraying material may be thinned with 1 to 3 pints of Amercoat 65 or Xylol per 5 gallonsof material. This willincrease the V.O.C. 20 grams per literfor eachpint of solvent. Caution must be exercisednot to excessively thin materialor exceedlocal VOC regulations when thinning. Alsoexcessivethinning could resultin gritnot remainingproperly in suspension. Various sprayers are available for grit containing coatings suchas mastictype spray equipment.Consult with your equipment manufacturer. An example set-up is as follows:
A 5-gallon bottom outlet pressure tank equipped with a double regulator and an air driven agitator, and 1″ I.D. outlet pipe. 25 feet of 3/8″ air hose with 3/8″ female connectors at eachend. 25 feet of 3/4″ material hose with 3/4″ female connectors at each end. A Binks Model 7E2 spray gun equipped with 1/4″ (#45) fluid nozzle and a 1/4″ internal air cap or a Binks Model 52-2012 (4 foot) pole gun equipped with the same fluid nozzle and air nozzle. Minimum air supply required is 20 CFM at 90 lbs. pressure. Recommended pressure is 15-20 psi on material and 20-25 psi on atomization. Always keep atomization air pressure higher than pot pressure. Keep agitator running slowly.Good coverage and film thickness will be obtained working at 18″ or 24″ distance from surface. Overlap strokes about 50%. Make sure of wet application. Very little abrasive rebound will be noticed at 15 psi; however,it will be more noticeable at higher pressures.
TROWEL SFT675 may be applied with a smooth trowel such as a flexible plasterer’sfinishing trowel. Use a trowel about 4 by 12 inches. Pour a “strip” of SFT675 on the surface approximately 2′ long and 6″ wide.
Hold the trowel at a 45° angle to the surface and spread with a full motion. Reverse the angle of the trowel for an opposite stroke. Pull the material toward you. Tocover corners, etc. pull straight strokes using material on the trowel.
SFT675 should be kept clean to ensure that its non-slip safety aspect is maintained. Clean with an all-purpose cleaner/ degreaser. Scrub the anti-slip surface with a thick bristled brush or floor machine. Rinse with clean water and let dry. SFT675 is extremely durable; however, frequently traveled areas may require occasional touch up.
Packaging units 1 gallon 5 gallon
Shipping weight (approx) 16 lbs 80 lbs
Shelf life when stored indoors at 40 to 100°F (4 to 38°C) 1 year from shipment date
Numerical values are subject to normal manufacturing tolerances, color and testing variances. Allow for application losses and surface irregularities. See application instructions for complete information and safety precautions.
Read each component’s material safety data sheet before use. Mixed material has hazards of both components. Safety precautions must be strictly followed during storage, handling, and use. This product is for professional use only. Not for residential use.
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