bakery resin flooring

Pagetile is a high grade, two-pack, hard wearing polyurethane floor coating designed for maximum chemical resistance which is light-fast and flexible. It has good resistance to impact abrasion and trafficking.

Suitable for use in:

  • Aircraft hangars
  • Laboratories
  • Chemical plants
  • Prisons and police cells
  • Operating theatres
  • Schools
  • Pharmaceutical areas
  • Toilets
FeRFA Resin Flooring guidelines

Description:

Applied in two or more coats. Generally solvent or water borne.

Duty:

light foot traffic, occasional rubber tyred vehicles.

Typical Thickness:

up to 150 µm

Description:

Applied in two or more coats. Generally solvent free.

Duty:

light foot traffic, occasional rubber tyred vehicles/regular foot traffic, frequent fork lift truck traffic, occasional hard plastic-wheeled trolleys

Typical Thickness:

150 µm to 300 µm

Description:

Applied in two or more coats. Generally solvent or water borne.

Duty:

lregular foot traffic, frequent fork lift truck traffic, occasional hard plastic-wheeled trolleys

Typical Thickness:

300 µm to 1000 µm

Description:

Aggregate dressed systems based on multiple layers of floor coatings or flow-applied floorings, often described as ‘sandwich’ systems.
MD/HD

Duty:

regular foot traffic, frequent fork lift truck traffic, occasional hard plastic-wheeled trolleys/constant fork lift truck traffic, hard plastic wheeled trolleys, some impact

Typical Thickness:

> 2 mm

Description:

Often referred to as ‘self-smoothing’ or ‘self-levelling’ flooring and having a smooth surface.

Duty:

regular foot traffic, frequent fork lift truck traffic, occasional hard plastic-wheeled trolleys/constant fork lift truck traffic, hard plastic wheeled trolleys, some impact

Typical Thickness:

2 mm to 3 mm

Description:

Trowel-finished, heavily filled systems, generally incorporating a surface seal coat to minimize porosity.

Duty:

regular foot traffic, frequent fork lift truck traffic, occasional hard plastic-wheeled trolleys/constant fork lift truck traffic, hard plastic wheeled trolleys, some impact

Typical Thickness:

> 4 mm

Description:

Having a smooth surface.

Duty:

constant fork lift truck traffic, hard plastic wheeled trolleys, some impact/severe heavily loaded traffic and impact

Typical Thickness:

4 mm to 6 mm

Description:

Trowel-finished, aggregate filled systems effectively impervious throughout their thickness.

Duty:

severe heavily loaded traffic and impact

Typical Thickness:

> 6 mm

The system is resistant to high temperatures up to 150oC and is available in a range of Colours or Clear. Pagetile is regularly used in the Aviation Industry as it has superb resistance to Skydrol.

Product : Pagetile
Finish : Gloss
Thickness : 60 microns
Colour : Clear or see colour chart for colours

Product Information
System thickness (dry)Solids content by weightPack sizesPack make upShelf lifeStorage
60 microns (Per coat)67 %2.5 litres & 5 litres1 X Base 1 X Hardener12 months in sealed containers” “Keep out of direct sunlightStore in a dry place, not below 15oC

 

Drying Times & Coverage Rates At 20C
Coverage ratePot lifeRecoat timeLight trafficFull trafficFull chemical cure
2.5 litre – 20 sq m 5 litre – 40 sq m @ 60 microns40 minutes after mixing6 hours or once surface has lost tackiness24 Hours3 Days7 days

Prime : Pageseal
WB Clear System : Pagetile
Surface Seal : N/A

New Floors: New concrete must be clean, sound, dry and fully cured and surface laitence removed, preferably by shot blasting, mechanical abrasion or chemical etching. Moisture content should be checked prior to application. Do not apply to substrates with moisture readings of 75 % RH or above. If substrates do have higher moisture levels. Prime the substrate with Page Dampshield (number of coats dependent on moisture content ).
Existing Floors: Remove all dirt, oil, grease or other surface contaminants, preferably by shot blasting, scarification or mechanical planing, Fats, oils or greases must be removed by mechanical abrasion and detergent washing.
Priming
Porous substrates such as concrete should be primed with Pageseal WB Clear Primer. Pageprime should be used where a thicker primer coat is required for greater film thickness.

The ambient temperatures of the areas should not be allowed to fall below 10oC throughout the application and the curing period, as this could have an adverse effect on the appearance and colour of the system. Surface temperature must be above 5oC.
Where possible it is recommended that the application area is heat- ed to a minimum temperature of 15oC to allow the ambient and substrate temperature to stabilise prior to installation.

Mixing: Pre-mix the base component to a uniform colour then mix the entire contents of the base with the hardener. If a separate mixing bucket is being used mix thoroughly ensuring all contents of both components are removed from the buckets supplied. Mix using a slow speed electric mixer for approximately two minutes or until the two components have fully combined.

The mixed unit should be applied immediately by roller or brush with a consistent procedure. Floor areas should be cross-rolled to ensure even application and to minimise roller marks. Coverage rates will depend on porosity of the substrate. Results from CAPSIS independent testing

WATER VAPOUR PERMEATION
Tested to ASTM E96-80, water transmission of materials – desiccant method. Average permeability value – 2.38 x 10-3g/mm/h/m2/mm Hg.
LINEAR CO-EFFICIENT OF THERMAL EXPANSION
Extension rod dilatometry method – 150C – 300C. Co-efficient of thermal expan- sion for the above temperature interval – 7.5 x 10-50C.
HARDNESS MEASUREMENT
Tested to ASTM D.2240-85 with Shore D Durometer. Average Pagelt from readings – 50.5 Shore D.
ADHESION TESTING
Tested to BS.3900 Part E.10.
(Pull off method), using Elcometer Model 106 adhesion tester. Lift force of pull- off readings – 233 psi.
TABER ABRASION
Tested to ASTM D.4060 (Taber method) using a CS17 abrasive wheel at 1000g. load for 1000 revolutions. Total weight loss – 79 micrograms.
IMPACT RESISTANCE
Tested to BS.3900 Part E7. (falling weight impact method). Average Pagelt obtained from 20 measurements – 154 micrometres

Category Guide:- FeRFA Category : 2

The slip resistance of a floor surface can vary as a Pagelt of the installation process, conditions at the time of application and subsequent traffic. Inappropriate cleaning or maintenance can adversely affect the performance. For further advice on potential wet areas please consult RSL.

The following figures are obtained from laboratory tests and our experience with this product:

  • Abrasion Resistance (Method BS8204 /ASTM D4060): Loss = 79 micrograms
  • Tolerant of sustained temperatures of up to 150oC
  • Excellent Chemical Resistance
  • Compressive Strength: n/a
  • Flexural Strength: n/a
  • Tensile Strength: n/a
  • VOC: 440g/l – Calculation based on a full mixed unit
  • Life Expectancy: 4 years plus – Subjected to Industrial Traffic – Page terms and conditions will apply

Page recommend that Pagetile should be cleaned with a regular industrial cleaning regime with a floor scrubber utilising Industrial Floor Cleaner or similar with dirty water being removed. Isolated localised cleaning can be carrried out using Tyre Mark Remover, Fats and Grease Remover & Oil Remover. All surfaces should be thoroughly rinsed with clean water after the use of chemical cleaners.

Pagetile is formulated from materials designed to achieve the highest level of performance as safely as possible. However, specific components require prop- er handling and suitable equipment, this information is given in the relevant safety data sheets. In all cases, spillages or skin contamination should be cleaned as soon as practically possible, by dry wiping of the affected area, and thorough washing with soap and water.

The information given in this data sheet is derived from tests and experience with the products and is believed to be reliable. The information is offered with- out guarantee to enable purchasers to determine for themselves the suitability of the product for their particular application. Any specification or advice given by Page or its agents is based on the information supplied by the purchaser. Page cannot be held accountable for errors or omissions as a result of that information being incorrect or incomplete. No undertakings can be given against infringement of patents. Some materials are derived from natural sources. As such some variation may occ