Surface Prep Equipment
Envirothane E4110 has an attractive gloss finish and provides ultimate floor protection for very heavy wear environments.
A premium solvent free epoxy, E4110 provides extra heavy duty protection for high wear industrial floors and where there maybe chemical spills. It can be tinted to almost any colour and is usually used as a topcoat over concrete floors that have been primed with E4111 or E2100.
Substantial film builds can be achieved with E4110. It is safe and easy to apply, and can be used with anti-slip media to achieve various safety ratings. Low VOC Certification is available for GreenStar Projects.
|Typical use areas:||Key Features|
|1. Heavy manufacturing plants
2. Schools, hospitals and shopping centres
3. Butcheries and abattoirs
4. Water treatment plants
5. Chemical storage and battery charge areas
6. Steel in extreme environments
7. Factories, warehouses and hangers
8. Workshops and laboratories
9. Truck loading areas and wash bays
|1. Extremely durable
2. Safe and easy application
3. Gloss finish available in any colour
4. Suitable for use with anti-slip media
5. Enviro-friendly and Green rated
6. Easy to clean and maintain
7. Compatible with line marking
8. Very chemical resistant
|VOC Content: 55 grams per litre
Volume Solids: 100% by volume
Mixing Ratio: 3 : 1 (Part A : Part B)
Coverage: 1 – 2 coats, 4-6m2/litre/coat
Abrasion Resistance: Very good abrasion resistance
Chemical Resistance: Very good resistance to most chemicals
Solvent Resistance: Very good
Heat Resistance: Up to 1200C
UV Resistance: Chalking will occur during full sunlight exposure without loss of film integrity. Over coat with urethane top coat for UV resistance.
|Equipment: Spray, airless or air brush or roller
Pot Life: Approx 1 hour @ 200C
Recoat: 16 hours minimum
Dry time: Touch Dry 6 Hours @ 250C (minimum), Tack Dry 18 Hours @ 250C
Full Cure: 6 Days
Theoretical Coverage: 4 – 6m²/litre @ 160 to 250µm DFT (160 – 250µm WFT).
Clean up: Use V105 or V114 thinners for clean-up
Typical Spec: Thin first coat 30% if using E4111, or use E2100 thinned 10-15% as a primer, and then the top coat/s, do not thin
|Technical Data Sheet||Material Safety Data Sheet A
Material Safety Data Sheet B