SCI Oil Stop Epoxy Primer

Specialty Coatings 195-120

$96.50

195-120 is a two component solvent based epoxy coating that exhibits excellent characteristics for coating over petroleum oil contaminated concrete. This product allows excellent substrate penetration which results in excellent adhesion and is an ideal primer for the oil contaminated concrete substrate. However, this product is not intended for use over vegtable oil, animal fat or synthetic oil contaminated concrete. This product can withstand exposure to many common solvents and chemicals.

Price reflects a 2gl kit

FEATURES             

  • High Solids
  • Excellent adhesion
  • Convenient 1:1 mix ratio
  • Quick recoat time
  • Chemical and abrasion resistant

 

COVERAGE.....................................................................200-320 sq. ft.per gal @ 5-8 mils wet

                                                                                                         

DRY TIMES

 

            Set-to-Touch............................................................................ 2-4 hours

            Recoat  ................................................................................... 2 -4 hours

            Light Traffic.............................................................................. 16 - 24 hours

            Full Cure.................................................................................. 5 - 7 days

            Pot Life ................................................................................... 2-4 hours

 

            NOTE:  All dry/cure times are based on 77° F at 50% relative humidity. Individual dry times

            may vary depending upon conditions.

 

 

SURFACE PREPARATION

 Surface preparation will vary according to the type of complete system to be applied.  Make certain that the substrate where the epoxy is to be applied is clean, sound and free of all laitance, dirt, dust, oil, grease, or foreign contaminants.  Make certain that the floor is completely dry before application.  It is often undesirable to shot blast a petroleum contaminated concrete surface unless the applicator is prepared to steam and solvent clean the area.  Shot blasting tends to open oil filled pores that will be detrimental to the application process.  The method of cleaning an oil soaked floor is best determined at the job location.  However, solvent cleaning, steam cleaning, and water emulsion cleaners can all be considered.  A test should be made to determine that the concrete is dry; this can be done by placing a 4’X4’ plastic sheet on the substrate and taping down the edges.  If after 24 hours, the substrate is still dry below the plastic sheet, then the substrate is dry enough to start coating.  The plastic sheet testing is also a good method to determine if any hydrostatic pressure problems exist that may later cause disbonding.

 

 APPLICATION DIRECTIONS

 PRODUCT MIXING: This product has a one to one mix ratio by volume- merely mix equal volumes such as 1 gallon of part A to 1 gallon of part B.  After the two parts are combined, mix well with slow speed mixing equipment such as a jiffy mixer until streak free.  Improper mixing may result in product failure.

 PRODUCT APPLICATION: We recommend one coat of SCI 195-120 followed by one coat of SCI 195-60 and then two additional coats of SCI 195-4 Series in the same color as the SCI 195-60.  Due to the vastly varying contamination parameters, it is recommended that the applicator both check the adhesion of this product to the substrate as well as a thorough evaluation of the proposed intermediate and topcoat selections.  Petroleum based oils have a tendency to migrate upward through newly placed coatings and could cause disbonding if all preceding coats are not inspected prior to topcoating.  Clean all previous coatings as necessary.  THIS COATING SHOULD NOT BE USED UNTIL A REPRESENTATIVE SAMPLE PATCH HAS BEEN PLACED AND THOROUGHLY EVALUATED FOR SUITABILITY.  Make certain that the floor temperature and air temperature is between 55 and 90 degrees Fahrenheit.  Preferably, the relative humidity should be below 90%.  This product should be applied by roller or brush at five to eight mil thickness when wet.  Too thick of an application may result in product failure.

 RECOAT OR TOPCOATING:  After applying the SCI 195-20 and the coating has cured sufficiently, the applicator can then proceed with the SCI 195-60, SCI 195-4 series, application.  Allow sufficient time between all subsequent coatings; and remember, as temperatures become lower all products will require additional time to cure.  Read the individual technical data sheets for each product before proceeding.  If different topcoats are desired, contact your representative for application details before proceeding.

 CLEANUP: Use xylol.

 

TECHNICAL DATA (Based on Light Gray 197-8003)

           

            Colors..................................................................................... Black

             Pot Life ................................................................................... 2hours

            Coverage................................................................................ Approx. 200 - 320 ft²/gal

            Volume Solids (mixed)...........................................................63%

            Viscosity (mixed).....................................................................90 - 105 KU

            Weight per gallon (mixed).....................................................9.4 pounds

            60° Gloss ................................................................................ 85%+

            Recommended Thickness ...................................................3-5 mils dry

            Available Container Sizes.....................................................2 gallon kit

            Shipping Weight .....................................................................2 gallon kit 28 lbs

            Volatile Organic Compounds ................................................Mixed VOC <330 g/l

 

 Read and fully understand label and MSDS before using!

 

The information and data given herein are based upon tests and reports considered reliable and believed to be accurate. However, due to circumstances beyond our control including but not limited to surface preparation, application technique, substrate and curing conditions, no guarantee of duplicate performance, expressed or implied, is made.