WBU Waterbased 2K Urethane

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WBU Waterbased 2K Urethane
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WBU DURAPLATE WATERBASED 2K URETHANE

WBU DURAPLATE ACRYLIC URETHANE is a high quality, water based acrylic polyurethane with quick drying times. WBU has very good exterior gloss and color retention. This type of polyurethane is the most widely used for commercial/industrial flooring, product finishing and maintainence coatings.

SKU WBU
Carrier
Compliance
Primer
Usage on Unpainted Surfaces
Use to Recoat
 
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Technical Information

Features:

  • excellent gloss retention
  • apply with roller, brush or spray
  • excellent water resistance
  • good chemical resistance
  • excellent hardness, flexibility and impact resistance

Standard gloss is high. Satin gloss is also available, please specify when ordering.

Technical Data:

Weight per gallon 8.98 lbs.
Solids content by volume 53.7%
Solids content by weight 56.9 %
Recommended dry film thickness 3-5 mils
Recommended wet film thickness 2-4 mils- do not exceed 4 wet mils per coat
Minimum time before recoating Dry to print free-apox 6 - 10 hrs
Maximum time before recoating None, scuff sand if re-coating after 48 hours
Full cure 5-7 Days.
VOC (as supplied)
.6 lbs./gal catalyzed / 72 gpl
Shelflife (cool&dry storage) Minimum 12 months in unopened full container.
Mix ratio 3 to 1 with WBU catalyst- 5 minute mechanical mix
Pot Life 60-75 minutes

* COEFFICIENT OF FRICTION WILL VARY DEPENDING UPON APPLICATION METHOD, FILM BUILD, SUBSTRATE PROFILE AND SURFACE CONTAMINATION. REFERENCE LISTED IS OVER A SMOOTH TROWELLED SURFACE.

Usage Information

Preparation:

RECOMMENDED SURFACE PREPARATION - For most applications requireing color, an epoxy basecoat is preferred to obtain optimum
adhesion to the surface. Surface to be coated should be clean, dry and have a profile similar to 180 - 220 grit sandpaper and be free form any incompatible coatings and contaminates. Pre-existing coatings should be scuff sanded and a test patch applied and adhesion checked to insure compatibility. On new cement overlays, no other preparation is needed other than to insure the surface is clean, dry and contaminate free. Overlays must be completely dry before coating.

MIXING INSTRUCTIONS - This is a two component system, consisting of 1 container of Part B (Catalyst) for every 3 containers of Part A (Base Component). Both components should be mixed in the ratio of 3 parts of Part A and 1 part of Part B-- The two components must be mechanically mixed together under low to moderate speed for a minimum of 5 minutes before application. Use caution to avoid whipping air into the sealer. Do not apply when surface temperature is above 90 f, or below 60 f , lap marking, poor adhesion will result

Application:

Application by conventional spray, or airless spray is recommended. Pump Sprayers are not reccomended. May also be applied with brush or roller . For roller application, use a shed resistant 3/16" -3/8 nap mohair or microfiber cover with a phenolic core, apply slowly to avoid air entrainment. Apply in thin coats only. Avoid lap/overlap marks, and work between logical break points to prevent lapping. Apply in thin coats at no more than 4 mils wet, or hazing may develop. Roll out all excess sealer from
low spots, joints and grout or pattern lines. Do not allow to puddle, hazing may develop.

Limitations:

  • Do not apply more than 4 wet mils in 1 coat, remove all puddled,
    excess sealer from low spots, joints and grout or pattern lines.
  • Do not allow to puddle.
  • Do not apply below 55 Deg. F. or may fall there before coating can
    cure.
  • Do not apply when the surface temperature exceeds 90 Deg.F.