The figures that follow are typical properties achieved in laboratory tests at 20 degrees and at 50% Relative Humidity.
|EN 13813 A1.0-B2.8-I R20.0 Synthetic screed material for use internally in buildings
|Reaction to fire
||(EN ISO 6272)
Method described in in BS 7976-2 (typical values for 4-S rubber slider)
|Dry >40 low slip potential (in accordacnce with I-ISE and UKSRG guidelines)
The slipperiness of flooring materials can change significanlly, 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.
||Tollerant to intermittent spillages up to 120°C or sustained dry heat from -A40°C to 105°C (at 9 mm thickness.)
||Nil – Karsten test (impermeable)
||ASTM E96 :9 0 3g/m’/ 2.4hrs(at 9 mm thick)(impermeable)
||Contact technical department – excellent resistance to sugars and most acids (organic and inorganic)
||> 50 N/mm2 (BS 6319)
||20 N/mm2 (BS 6319)
||10 N/mm2 (BS 6319)
Speed Of Cure
|Full Chemical Cure
Aftercare – Cleaning and Maintenance: Clean regularly using a single or double headed rotary scrubber drier in conjunction with a m ild alkaline detergent.
Primer: (if Required) Page Prime @ 0.25kg/m2 (porous substrate may require 2 coats)
OR: where a dpm is required,
Page Hydraseal DPM @ 0.5 kg/m2 OR: where high heat resistance is critical
Pagefresh primer @ 0.25 kg/m2 Scatter: 1-2mm silica sand @ 0.5 kg/m2
Topping: Page HF (density 2.1 kg/I)
For general chem. Resistance-12.6 kg/m2@ 6mm For best temp resistance-18.9 kg/m2@ 9mm
Detailed application instructions are available upon re quest.
This installation is carried out by Page Industrial Coat ings approved applicator all Resin and accredited member of FERFA.