Type of Material: Polyaspartic Aliphatic Polyurea
VOC Content: 0g / L

Recommend Dry Film Thickness: 4-8 mils per coat

Light Foot Traffic: 2-3 Hours minimum

Tensile Strength: ASTM D 638: 4,500 to 5,000 psi
Impact Resistance: Direct/Reverse 160/160

Falling Sand Abrasion Resistance ASTM D 968: 
Clear...........30 liters sand/1 dry mil
Pigmented...38 liters sand/1 dry mil

Mandrel Bend, ASTM D 522:
Passes, no cracking, 1/8 mandrek bend

Walk-on in hours, 24 hour return to service
* No Odor, No VOCs
* Excellent abrasion, impact resistance
* UV-Resistant; retains optical clarity of clear sealer/finish
* Low Temperature cure (25 deg F)
* Excellent Chemical & stain resistance, resistant to skydrol
* Resistant to hot tire pickup
* Micro-Media agents can be introduced as traction additives 
* Tolerant to 300 deg F for random, incidental heat contact
* Meets FDA/CFSAN, U.S. Food Code, physical facilities criteria as outlined in 6.100.11 Surface Characteristics USDA   acceptable. Not intended for 21 CFR food contact.


Type of Material: 2-component clear epoxy
VOC Content: 0 g/L
Density: 9.08 lbs/gal (1.09+/-. 02 kg/L)
Viscosity: 600 +/- 80cps (mPa*s) @ 77 deg F (25deg C)
Solids Content: 100%
Light Foot Traffic: 12 Hours minimum

Maximum Re-coat: 5 days, observe dew point
Working Temperature: 50deg F- 95deg F (10deg C-25deg C)
Curing Temperature: Min 50deg F
Full Cure: 7days
Adhesion to Concrete: 500 PSI, concrete fracture

* Vapor & water barrier
* Minimal downtime
* One-coat system with no broadcast
* No Odor, Solvent or VOCs
* Can be used over green concrete (min of 5-days)
* Superior inter-coat adhesion with Sparta-Flex Polyaspartic coatings
* Can be applied to damp concrete
* Reduces moisture emission of up to 25lbs to 3lbs

* Concrete slabs with missing or damaged moisture barrier under layments
* Fresh Concrete Slabs that are 5-days or older
* Damp Concrete
* All commercial, industrial and residential coatings

It is recommended that the owner of the facility tests slabs with unknown history for contaminants (i.e. hydrocarbons, other organic compounds, un-reacted water soluble silicates, ASR , Sulfurous compounds, etc.) to determine suitability for Hydrosheild SL. HP Spartacote strongly recommends "Anhydrous Calcium Chloride" testing as per ASTM F 1869-98 on slabs to be treated, to determine the MVER (moisture vapor emission rate) in lb/24hrs.1000sq/ft. Installer may also determine RH content (%) as per ASTM F 2170. The Testing must be carried out before application of to obtain warranty. MVER fluctuates within slab areas, and can have significant seasonal variations(i.e. in Nov./Dec. 6 lbs and in July/Aug. 16 lbs or more).