Qualipur 372 : Qualideck Deck Coating Part A,B
Qualipur 372 is a 2-component, low VOC, low/no odor, medium viscosity, polyurethane coating. It cures using chemical cross-linking to form a hard elastic, abrasion-resistant coating and binder for urethane mortars and broadcast systems. Qualipur 372 has good chemical resistance and outstanding adhesion properties with making it ideal for flooring systems Basic Uses: A highly abrasion-resistant coating and binder for flooring systems.
Colors: A gloss finish product available in 6 standard colors. Special colors are available upon request. Questions? Contact Us.
A surface receiving an application of Qualipur 372 must be clean, sound, dry, and free of oils and all bond inhibiting compounds and contaminants. Apply Qualipur 372 on primed concrete or on Qualipur surfaces that have received the recommended surface preparation (sandblasting or shot blasting are recommended to produce a clean and lightly textured surface). When top coating a system, if the recommended recoat time is exceeded or if contamination of the substrate occurs, consult your sales representative.
Pre-mix the color component. Then, empty the contents of component “B” into component “A”. Mixing is accomplished by using a jiffy paddle and low speed drill (400 to 600 rpm). Take care not to incorporate excessive air into the product. Mix components for 2 minutes in provided pail. Scrape down sides of pail and mix for additional 1.5 minutes before proceeding with application.
Coating – after the substrate has been properly prepared, apply Qualipur 372 as specified using a roller, notched trowel or squeegee. Back-roll immediately using a high quality roller. For a non-skid finish, broadcast to excess with 30 to 70 mesh silica aggregate. Remove excess aggregate after cure. A second coat of Qualipur 372 can be applied as soon as the first coat becomes tack-free, usually 4-8 hours. Allow the system to cure for 24 hours prior to exposure to foot traffic and 7 days prior to chemical exposure. Consult Application Guide for further information.