POLYURETHANE COVING AND WALL RENDER
Specialist applied, polyurethane resin, wall and coving finish, combining outstanding wearing properties with high chemical resistance and decorative properties. Ideally suited for aggressive areas where a seamless, joint free finish is required and maximum cleanliness is essential. Food processing and storage, abattoir's, drinks production, dairies and general heavy duty plant and traffic areas are just some of the environments that can benefit from this system.
Hard wearing - extremely durable and abrasion resistant with low maintenance costs
Resistant to a wide range of chemicals and liquids
Resistant to a wide range of chemicals and liquids
Resistant to thermal shock - at 9 mm thick can withstand steam cleaning regimes
Available to any standard RAL Card upon request
The substrate must be hard, sound and free of dust and other barrier materials such as paint, lime coatings, plaster, curing agents, laitance, adhesive residues etc., that will inhibit adhesion to the substrate. All vertical surfaces must be of a rigid construction to resist deflection during the application process.
Use suitable Degreaser to remove polish, wax, grease, oil and similar contaminating substances prior to mechanical preparation. Contaminated substrates should be mechanically prepared, either by grinding or contained shot blasting equipment or similar, and be vacuumed clean prior to applying IF - 5 P.
NOTE : Any joints or cracks in the substrate where differential movement is anticipated e.g. movement joints, should be brought through to the finished surface.
All substrates must first be primed with IF N18 Primer. One or more coats may be required depending upon the condition and porosity of the substrate.
The contents of Part A and Part B of IF 5P must first be mixed together for 1 minute, using forced action, in a suitably sized mixing vessel. The contents of part C and Part D should then be introduced into the mixed resin and mixed together for a further 2 minutes to create one homogeneous mix.
Once the tack coat has achieved the required tack, the mixed material should be applied to the prepared and primed substrate without delay using a trowel to achieve the desired thickness and coving profile.
NOTE : Do not overwork the surface and do not mix more than can be used within the working time.
The work area should be protected during the installation process and during the initial curing time to ensure that no airborne debris can contaminate the surface of the wet resin as this will lead to unwanted blemishes in the hardened, and cured surface.
All movement joints in the substrate must be carried through the wall and coving render and properly sealed. Construction joints and cracks not subject to movement may be overlaid but should the substrate move in anyway, these defects will reflect through the wall and coving render. Isolation joints will need to be allowed for in areas where high thermal movement is anticipated, e.g. around ovens and freezers.
The values shown are typical of results obtained in the laboratory at 27 ± 1ºC. Actual performance values obtained on site may vary from those quoted.
Full chemical cure
> 1.5 N/mm²
Part A 934g
1.4 m² when applied
Part B 1 kg
at a thickness of
Part C 11.60kg
@ 5 mm
Part D 400g
NOTE : These figures are theoretical, due to the wastages and the variety and nature of substrates practical coverage figures may be reduced.
STORAGE AND SHELF LIFE
IF 5 P has a shelf life of 6 months if kept in a dry store between 5ºC and 30ºC in the original unopened containers. The product should be protected from frost, away from direct sunlight and sources of heat.
During mixing and application the following precautions should be observed: ensure adequate ventilation and avoid contact of the material with the eyes, nasal passages, mouth and unprotected skin. Avoid contact with the hands by wearing protective gloves and by using, if necessary, a suitable barrier cream. In case of contact with the eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek medical advice and after contact with the skin wash immediately with plenty of soap and water (do not use solvents). Prolonged contact with the skin should be avoided, especially where the user has an allergic reaction to resin-based materials. Always wear gloves and eye/face protection as necessary. Observe personal hygiene, particularly washing the hands after work has been completed or at any interruption whilst work is in progress. Care should be taken when removing gloves to avoid contaminating the insides. In case of accidents seek medical advice.
Spillage of any of the component products should be absorbed onto sand or other inert materials and transferred to a suitable disposable vessel. Disposal of such spillage or empty packaging should be in accordance with local waste disposal authority regulations.
CONDITIONS OF SALE
Sold subject to the Company's conditions of sale which are available on request.
The information supplied in this datasheet is based upon extensive experience and is given in good faith in order to help you. Our Company policy is one of continuous Research and Development; we therefore reserve the right to update this information at any time without prior notice. We also guarantee the consistent high quality of our products; however as we have no control over site conditions or the execution of the work, we accept no liability for any loss or damage which may arise as a result thereof.