Temafloor 25 Clear - Polyurethane lacquer with excellent resistance to abrasion
Temafloor 25 ClearA one-component moisture-curing polyurethane primer and top lacquer for topcoating and varnishing of different substrates.
Dries fast due to moisture curing
Temafloor 25 Clear is easy to apply and it dries fast. The lacquer is mostly used for dust binding and priming, but also for topcoating with mosaic flakes.
Functions in low temperatures
Temafloor 25 Clear can be apllied in low temperature, and relative humidity of air should be 50–90 %.
The lacquer has excellent resistance to abrasion and can be used as a top lacquer.
Temafloor 25 Clear is mostly used for
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PRODUCT DATA SHEET
(Previous date 16.06.2013)
Temafloor 25 Clear - Polyurethane primer and top lacquer
|DESCRIPTION||A one-component moisture-curing polyurethane primer and topcoat.|
|PRODUCT FEATURES||Easy to apply due to one-component formulation.
|Recommended uses||For varnishing of concrete, asbestos cement and other mineral floors. For topcoating of Mosaic floors.|
|Features||Temafloor 25 Clear is dust binding and prevents impurities from being absorbed into the surface. Excellent resistance to abrasion.
Fire Classification: BFL-s1 according to EN 13501-1
Coverage on concrete floors is on the average 4 - 7 m2/l.
Practical coverage depends on the porosity of the substrate and on the application method.
|Application method||By brush or roller.|
|Drying time at 23°C and 50% relative air humidity||
Dust dry after 3 hours
Touch dry after 3½ hours
Recoatable after 4–12 hours
Fully cured after 24 hours
Note! If the relative
humidity of air is below 50% drying will be retarded.
|Solids volume||approx. 40 %.|
|Product code||005 5750|
|Application conditions||The relative humidity of the concrete should not exceed 97%. The temperature of the ambient air, surface or coating should not fall below +5ºC during either application or drying. Relative humidity of air should be 50–90 %.|
Remove laitance by power grinding or hydrochloric acid etching. Choose the method best suited for the premises. After grinding remove dust carefully with a vacuum cleaner. Hydrochloric acid etching is carried out with diluted hydrochloric acid (1 part concentrated hydrochloric acid, 4 parts water). Rinse with plenty of water and let the floor dry.
Remove all grease, oil, chemicals and other impurities by MAALIPESU detergent. Remove old peeling paint layer by grinding. Clean out pot-holes removing all loose friable material. Open cracks with e.g. an abrasive tool. Remove loose material and dust.
Cementitious levelling screed
Check compatibility with the levelling screed manufacturer.
|Priming||Prime using unthinned Temafloor 25 Clear. Pour the varnish onto the floor and apply evenly. If the primer is absorbed into the concrete, repeat the priming immediately using "wet-on-wet" technique.
Do not thin Temafloor 25 Clear.
|Patching||Patch pot-holes and cracks with a mixture of Temafloor 200 Primer epoxy varnish and dry, clean sand of grain size 0.1–0.6 mm. Prepare the filler by adding a sufficient amount of sand into the varnish. Grind the patched areas before overcoating.|
|Cleaning of tools||Thinner 006 1061.|
|EU VOC 2004/42/EC-limit value||VOC 2004/42/EC (cat A/i) 500 g/l (2010)
Temafloor 25 Clear: max. VOC < 500 g/l
|HEALTH AND SAFETY LABELLING|
according to Regulation (EC) No. 1272/2008
|Containers are provided with safety labels, which should be observed. Further information about hazardous influences and protection are detailed in individual health and safety data sheets. A health and safety data sheet is available on request from Tikkurila Oyj.|
|Safety data sheet||Temafloor 25 Clear|
|Thinner safety data sheet||Temafloor 25 Clear|
|DECLARATION OF PERFORMANCE||Declaration of Performance EN1504-2|
|The European harmonized productstandard EN 1504-2 defines the requirements for surface protection systems for concrete.
This product is tested and CE-labelled in accordance with the tables 1d and 1f in the appendix ZA.