Fast-Drying 80% Solids Polyaspartic
PS-80 is a fast drying 80% solids polyaspartic floor coating system. Utilizing nanotechnology, PS-80 penetrates well into properly profiled surfaces to create a superior bond direct to concrete. PS-80 has a fast return to service, even in lower temperatures. PS-80 polyaspartic is clear and also field-tintable with fourteen solid standard colors and four safety colors utilizing the PS-TINT packs.
Quick Facts: PS-80 Polyaspartic
Pot Life – 20 minutes
Dry Time, Tack Free – 2 hours
Dry Time, Foot Traffic – 3 to 4 hours
Dry Time, Heavy Traffic – 24 hours
Re-coat Window – 2 to 18 hours
Substrate – 50° to 80° F
VOC Content – < 250 g/L (Mixed)
Coverage rates will vary greatly depending on surface porosity and application method. Avoid thick build of PS-80, as this is a thin mil coating that will not cure clear if allowed to puddle.
Direct to Concrete: 200 – 350 sq ft per gallon
Top Coat: 300 – 400 sq ft per gallon
Over Broadcast Media: 150 – 225 sq ft per gallon
TYPICAL USES of PS-80 Polyaspartic:
Fire station, Auto Service Centers
Residential Garages and Basements
Manufacturing and Warehouse Floors
Retail, Restaurants and Hospitality
PRODUCT ADVANTAGES PS-80 Polyaspartic:
Low Temperature Friendly
One day Flake or Quartz Floor
Field Tintable with Pigment Packs
Fast Return to Service
If less than full kits will be mixed, each component should be mixed thoroughly with individual tools. Using the same tool to mix part A and Part B will cause contamination and ruin the material being saved for future use. PS-80 is to be mixed at a ratio of 1 parts A to 1 part B. In clean mixing containers pour the correct ratio in and mechanically mix for 3 minutes using a Jiffy-style mixer. DO NOT USE A STIR STICK! The amount of material mixed should only be what can be utilized within the listed pot life of the product.
Dip and roll mixed product from a roller tray. Do not over-work the product.
RECOAT: Recoat time listed above is directly affected by the ambient surface temperature. Apply additional coatings as early in the recoat window as possible for the best results. Even within the recoat window it is recommended to abrade and clean the existing coat. If the recoat window has passed, it is critical to thoroughly abrade the surface with 80 to 120 grit sanding screens. Thoroughly clean the existing coating before abrading to remove potential contaminants.