Appearance: Thick liquid + Liquid
SYNTECH POLIUREA PRIMER - EPOXY is a two-component primer based on modified epoxy resins and special hardeners, solvent-free. Specially formulated to provide the right compromise between impregnation and wettability of the support to which, once applied, it forms a well-bonded layer.
Dosage: 350-700 g/m²
Use wearing protective gloves
Shelf-life: 6 months
Use wearing protective glasses
Density: 1.3 - 1.5 (A+B) g/cm³
Longitudinal elongation at break
Hard to touch
CLS adhesion (cutting test)
150 - 400 (A) / 2000 - 4000 (B) mPas
100 - 200 min
- Milky white
- Can 20 kg [A]
- Canister 4 kg [B]
- Kit: 1 Can 20 kg [A] + 1 Canister 4 kg [B]
From 350 to 700 g for each square metre, based on the intervention carried out on the support (bush-hammering, shot peening, etc.), the porosity of the support itself and the incorporation or not of quartz sand in the particle size and quantity proportionate to the intervention to be implemented.
Adhesion promoter for epoxy, polyurethane and polureic coatings, adhesion promoter for porous and deteriorated substrates, consolidating agent for cement and concrete.
The surface of the support needs to be dry, well cleaned, free of any debris and without crumbly or detached parts. Any support must have a humidity content not exceeding 5%.
Where necessary, depending on the support, we recommend the following interventions:
Any contamination (water, dirt, dust, etc.) must be carefully removed before recoating.
Carefully mix component A to allow the correct homogenization of the fillers present; then combine it with component B in a suitable and large container. Then mix the compound with a mechanical stirrer at low speed until a homogeneous mixture is obtained.
When the support is ready, apply SYNTECH POLIUREA PRIMER - EPOXY using rollers, brushes or spatulas trying to obtain a dry film.
- Paint roller
- Thinner for resins
- Cement-based or lime-based mortars
- Prefabricated concrete
- Stone walls
- Floor screed
- Rock walls
- Porphyry and natural stones
Avoid contact with skin and mucous membranes. Use appropriate protection, in particular, a mask and gloves. Do not inhale the product, and if possible, ventilate the work areas.