PRODUCT DATA: SPARTA-FLEX PURE

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


FEATURES AND BENEFITS
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.

PRODUCT DATA: HYDRO-SHEILD SL

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


FEATURES AND BENEFITS
* 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

COMMON USES
* 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

SLAB TESTING PRIOR TO APPLICATION
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).