The figures that follow are typical properties achieved in laboratory tests at 20°C and at 50% Relative Humidity.
Fire Resistance: BS 476:Part 7: Surface spread of flame – Class 2 (indicative)
Dry >40 low slip potential Method described in BS 7976-2
(typical values for 4-S rubber slider) (in accordance with HSE and UKSRG guidelines)
The slipperiness of flooring materials can change significantly, due to the installation process, after short periods of use, due to inappropriate maintenance, longer-term wear and/or surface contaminants (wet or dry).
Textured systems are recommended to meet slip resistance value requirements for wet conditions and/or surface contaminants (wet or dry) – please contact our Technical Advisors for further details and specifications.
Abrasion Resistance duty: BS 8204-2 Class AR2 – Medium industrial and commercial.
Temperature Resistance: Tolerant of sustained temperatures up to 50°C
Water Permeability: Nil – Karsten test (impermeable)
Chemical Resistance: Contact Technical Department
Compressive Strength: 55 N/mm 2 (BS 6319)
Flexural Strength: 35 N/mm2 (BS 6319)
Tensile Strength: 25 N/mm2 (BS 6319)
Bond Strength: Greater than cohesive strength of 25N/mm2 concrete. >1.5 MPa.
Toxicity (when cured): Taint free to sensitive foodstuffs
Complies with BS 8204-6/FeRFA category 5.
Speed of Cure:
Light traffic: 10°c: 24 hrs; 20°c: 12 hrs; 30°c: 6 hrs
Full traffic: 10°c: 72 hrs; 20°c: 48 hrs; 30°c: 24 hrs
Full chemical cure: 10°c: 12 days; 20°c: 7 days; 30°c: 7 days
Aftercare – Cleaning and Maintenance
Clean regularly using a single or double headed rotary scrubber drier in conjunction with a mildly alkaline detergent.
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