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Precision Epoxy Products
" Your Complete Epoxy Source "

a division of : Rock Art, Ltd.
 " Professionals of Epoxy Applications " ™

 

4279 Midway Drive
Douglasville, Georgia 30134

Phone : (770) 489-0340

e-mail : mramy@netzero.net

 

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Precision Epoxy / Rock Art specializes in the Epoxy Industry and through this combined effort as Formulator / Applicator , we have developed our systems to cater to the needs of 'Field Use'. As conditions and climate change from job to job, so do our techniques and formulas change to give more control and consistency assuring the best and most permanent installations possible.

 


 

Important to understand about true Epoxies:
There are four phases that an epoxy goes through
once the Resin (Part 'A') and the Hardener (Part 'B')
are properly blended at the appropriate mix ratio.

 

1)    Pot Life
    
Pot life is the shortest time in an Epoxy's cure cycle because of exothermic reaction. Exotherming is where the epoxy's rate of cure is accelerated from its own heat build-up while being in a confined area such as the container or 'pot' it was mixed in. If the pot life is reached and the batch is blown, it will be unusable and need to be discarded.

2)    Open Time
   
Open time is how long you have to do additional work or applications with or into the epoxy after it has been applied such as release air, broadcast aggregate, etc. This is a much longer time than Pot Life because generally the epoxy is applied in a thin film over a large area allowing heat generated during curing to dissipate and not accelerate the cure rate.

3)    Cure Time - Initial
   
Initial cure time is when the epoxy is no longer tacky and feels dry to the touch.

4)    Cure Time - Final
   
Final cure time is when the epoxy reaches its solid state properties and curing is complete.

 

The following are our standard Epoxy Products
We also offer Modified Versions and Custom Formulations


All mix ratios are by volume

 


 

Flooring Epoxies

 

  •   FS-190  (mix ratio 2:1 / A:B)
    Floor Sealer Epoxy is a high strength, water clear system for use as a roller applied sealant in Industrial Flooring, Quartz Flooring, Stained concrete sealer, Interior Riverstone Flooring, Broadcast Flooring applications and clear top coat applications. FS-190 is extremely durable, chemical resistant and can be used as a commercial grade Decoupage System or a Santex binder epoxy.

    •   TC-200  (mix ratio 2:1 / A:B)
      Top Coat Epoxy is a pigmented, high strength, high build thixotropic industrial floor finish. It is extremely durable, chemical resistant with excellent scratch and impact resistance. Applied by brush/roller, squeegee and back-roll or airless sprayer. Available in 16 standard colors with custom colors available upon request. TC-200 can be used as a colored Santex binder for troweled systems.

    •   SFC-195 (mix ratio 2:1 / A:B)
      System Final Coat Epoxy is the finish clear coat for the Quartzite and Color Flake floors. It is also used in conjunction with the TC-200 and Metallica floors that require a final clear coat. This extremely low viscosity system also incorporates de-air additives and has excellent leveling characteristics and can be applied as an add-on top coat to restore an older existing floor system.


    •   MBC-200 (mix ratio 2:1 / A:B)
      Metallic Base Coat Epoxy is a pigmented primer/base coat for the Metallica Epoxy Floor System. It is designed with a lower viscosity for better leveling and is applied by the squeegee and back roll method at 12 to 18 mils.

     

    •   MFS-190 (mix ratio 2:1 / A:B)
      Metallic Floor Sealer Epoxy is the cosmetic coat of the Metallica Epoxy Floor System. The metallic colorant is added as desired and the MFS-190 is applied by the squeegee and back roll method to the desired Pattern. This system also incorporates de-air additives and has excellent leveling characteristics.

     


 

Leveling Epoxies

 

  •   SC-15N  (mix ratio 2:1 / A:B)
    Steel Casting Epoxy Natural is a clear system formulated for use in machine shops for leveling a wide variety of applications from table tops to linear rail mounting platforms. It offers unparalleled adhesion to properly prepared steel surfaces without delamination. SC-15N is very durable, chemically resistant and is a poured application with advanced leveling characteristics for extreme accuracy. This version is used for laminating surfaces that may need to be visible under the epoxy overlay.

    •   SC-15P  (mix ratio 2:1 / A:B)
      Steel Casting Epoxy Pigmented is a colored system formulated for use in machine shops for leveling a wide variety of applications from table tops to linear rail mounting platforms. The standard color is 'Black' but, it can be pigmented to a color of choice and is excellent for hiding substrate surfaces. It offers unparalleled adhesion to properly prepared steel surfaces without delamination. SC-15P is very durable, chemically resistant and is a poured application with advanced leveling characteristics for extreme accuracy. This version is pigmented to allow for additional de-air additives which makes this system a less technical application than the SC-15N.

    •   FP-80  (mix ratio 2:1 / A:B)
      Floor Plate Epoxy is a clear self-leveling system for use in Surface Plate applications. This system is extremely hard and can be used in industrial laminating applications that have harsh or punishing environments.

    •   FP-85  (mix ratio 2:1 / A:B)
      Floor Plate Epoxy that is the pigmented version of the FP Series Epoxies for use in Surface Plate applications. Available in 14 standard colors with custom colors available upon request. Both Floor Plate Epoxies are extremely durable, chemical resistant with excellent scratch and impact resistance.

    •   FP-90  (mix ratio 1:1 / A:B)
      Floor Plate Epoxy that is designed for use in the Aerospace Industry Test Bed applications. This 100% solids, zero VOC system has a very slow rate of cure to achieve the most accurately level and flat surface area possible in large, high volume, multiply batch installations. The FP-90 provides a perfect surface that is unmatched and allows for the floating of air bearing devices with little to no drift while using minimal air pressure. Available in Black.

    •   DECO  (mix ratio 1:1 / A:B)
      Decoupage Epoxy is a clear self-leveling system designed for laminating bar tops, table or counter tops, pictures, art work, clocks, cypress, etc. This system offers a slow rate of cure making it ideal for the novice user or for tedious application environments where more time is helpful.

 


 

Stone Bond Epoxy Series

 

  •   Stone Bond Epoxy Series is used as the binder epoxy for troweled porous exterior Riverstone Decking applications. Stone Bond resins (Part 'A') can be used with either the Summer Cure or Winter Cure  Stone Bond hardeners (Part 'B'). Stone Bond Epoxy™ resins are designed to maintain the correct troweling viscosity at the given application temperature. Stone Bond hardeners are designed to give a desired rate of cure at the application temperature. Stone Bond is also suitable for exterior Industrial Flooring and Quartz Flooring applications exposed to direct sunlight. Stone Bond can also be used in special application variations as the binder of choice for Santex Flooring, Patching or Substrate Modifying Systems. Stone Bond Epoxies™ will cure out clear in the presence of moisture.

    •   SB-30  (mix ratio 2:1 / A:B)
      Stone Bond Epoxy™ with suggested application temperature of 20 to 40 degrees F.

    •   SB-40   (mix ratio 2:1 / A:B)
      Stone Bond Epoxy™ with suggested application temperature of 35 to 50 degrees F.

    •   SB-50  (mix ratio 2:1 / A:B)
      Stone Bond Epoxy™ with suggested application temperature of 40 to 65 degrees F.

    •   SB-60  (mix ratio 2:1 / A:B)
      Stone Bond Epoxy™ with suggested application temperature of 60 to 80 degrees F.

    •   SB-65  (mix ratio 2:1 / A:B)
      Stone Bond Epoxy™ with suggested application temperature of 75 to 95 degrees F.

    •   SB-95  (mix ratio 2:1 / A:B)
      Stone Bond Epoxy™ with suggested application temperature of 90 to 115 degrees F.

    •   DS-190  (mix ratio 2:1 / A:B)
      Deck Sealer Epoxy™ is a sealant for exterior Epoxy Riverstone Decking applications that have aged due to UV degradation from exposure to direct sunlight and/or excessive foot traffic. DS-190 restores the  high gloss beauty of the original decking along with maintaining the decks structural integrity. Being a fluid system, it is easily applied by brush and roller or airless sprayer after deck has been pressure washed and allowed to dry. This system has all the advantages of the Stone Bond Epoxies™.

 

Note: Stone Bond Epoxy™ is a Registered Brand Name of Rock Art, Ltd.
(registered in 1986)
Accept no substitutes of inferior products by companies that try to represent
themselves as equals by using the term 'Stone Bond Epoxy'

See Riverstone Decking Installation for more information

 


 

Smooth Webbing Epoxy Series

 

  •   Smooth Webbing Epoxy Series is used for the lamination of the normally porous Riverstone Decking overlays to achieve a non-porous Riverstone Flooring for indoor use and to satisfy local health department regulations. The SW Series Epoxies are selected according to their vertical hold range differences that are needed to properly laminate small, medium or large stone installations at a given application temperature. All the SW Epoxies are available with Summer Cure or Winter Cure hardeners.

    •   SW-10  (mix ratio 3:1 / A:B)
      Smooth Webbing Epoxy for lamination of smaller size stone (3/16 to 1/4 inch) overlays.

    •   SW-20  (mix ratio 3:1 / A:B)
      Smooth Webbing Epoxy for lamination of medium size stone (1/4 to 1/2 inch) overlays.

    •   SW-30  (mix ratio 3:1 / A:B)
      Smooth Webbing Epoxy for lamination of larger size stone (3/8 to 3/4 inch) overlays. Also used with small or medium stone formed vertical applications such as step risers, wall base, cantilever pool copings, etc.

 


 

Structural Gel Epoxy Series

 

  •   Structural Gel Epoxy Series is a rigid high strength system used in vertical or filler applications and for structural bonding of similar or dissimilar materials. This system is used as the matrix membrane for vertical exposed aggregate wall systems or as a primer for formed vertical Riverstone Decking installations such as pool copings and step risers. Suitable for crack sealing in conjunction with injection grouting where a rigid system is desired. The SG Series epoxies are selected to suit the application environment and temperature. Both components of these systems are gel consistency which makes measuring and mixing extremely easy and error free.

    •   SG-22  (mix ratio 1:1 / A:B)
      Structural Gel Epoxy - 22 has the fastest rate of cure and lowest viscosity for use in cold weather environments.

    •   SG-23  (mix ratio 2:1 / A:B)
      Structural Gel Epoxy - 23 has an accelerated rate of cure and medium viscosity for use in cool weather environments.

    •   SG-25  (mix ratio 1:1 / A:B)
      Structural Gel Epoxy - 25 is the most used of the SG Series with a slow rate of cure and normal gel viscosity for use in average weather environments.

    •   SG-25 T  (mix ratio 1:1 / A:B)
      Structural Gel Epoxy - 25 T is a thicker version of the SG-25 system for use at higher application temperatures and for use with larger aggregate in vertical exposed aggregate installations.

    •   SG-27  (mix ratio 2:1 / A:B)
      Structural Gel Epoxy - 27 has the slowest rate of cure for use in hot weather environments or tedious applications where more open time would be useful.

 


 

Flexible Gel Epoxy Series

 

  •   Flexible Gel Epoxy Series is a high elongation, non-sagging system that produces a waterproofing membrane for expansion joints, cracks, seams and cold joints. Suitable for crack sealing in conjunction with injection grouting where movement or expansion and contraction are present. Creates a flexible mortar mix when blended with an equal volume of sand.

    •   FG-100  (mix ratio 1:1 / A:B)
      Flexible Gel Epoxy with an elongation factor of 100% and a higher heat distortion factor than the FG-125. The FG-100 system is also available in both the summer cure and winter cure versions widening its application temperature range. This system would be used in applications exposed to the elements.

    •   FG-125  (mix ratio 1:1 / A:B)
      Flexible Gel Epoxy with an elongation factor of 125% and a lower heat distortion factor than the FG-100. The FG-125 system is designed for substrate preparation and waterproofing applications that will be covered with decorative overlays.

 


 

  Specialty Epoxies

 

  •   IG-100  (mix ratio 1:1 / A:B)
    Injection Grout Epoxy is a flexible, extremely fluid system with a very slow rate of cure for use as a penetrating primer for most of our flooring and decking systems. IG-100 is also used with injection equipment for concrete vertical or horizontal crack repair where motion or thermal shock is anticipated.

    •   IG-3  (mix ratio 2:1 / A:B)
      Injection Grout Epoxy is a high strength, extremely fluid system with a rapid rate of cure for use with injection equipment for concrete vertical or horizontal crack repair. IG-3 has excellent resistance to moisture and chemical environments making it an excellent binder for Santex or Slurry coat applications.

    •   FL-115  (mix ratio 1:1 / A:B)
      Flexible Laminating Epoxy is used in conjunction with our special fiberglass cloth tape for preparation of cracks, seams, cold joints or expansion joints in substrate. This process eliminates or helps reduce the risks of these points of movement in substrate from telegraphing back through what ever decorative over-lay is finally applied to substrate. FL-115 also produces a flexible, self-leveling, waterproofing membrane in poured applications.

    •   VP-110  (mix ratio 1:1 / A:B)
      Vertical Primer Epoxy is a non-sagging thixotropic paste for use as a vertical primer on areas receiving troweled overlays such as cove base installations. This system has good tensile elongation to absorb thermal movement, extended open time for tedious applications and can be applied by brush or roller. 

    •   CC-32  (mix ratio 1:1 / A:B)
      Cold Cure Epoxy is a high strength clear system for use as a flooring sealant at extremely cold application temperatures. Suitable as a Santex binder and Slurry Coat epoxy, this system has outstanding durability and chemical resistance.

    •   D50-50  (mix ratio 2:1 / A:B)
      Cold Cure Epoxy is a high strength clear system for use at extremely cold application temperatures. This system was originally formulated to satisfy the need to do concrete repair work in a large freezer food storage warehouse that maintained a temperature of -20 degrees F. This system has a very short pot life and open time and must be used and mixed in colder environments.

    •   SC-35C  (mix ratio 2:1 / A:B)
      Steel Coat Epoxy was specifically formulated to protect steel plates and/or water jackets subjected to submersion in boiling water from corrosion. It offers unparalleled adhesion at high temperatures without delamination. SC-35 is very durable and chemically resistant with a reduced pot life and rapid rate of cure. This system is applied by brush, roller or tooled into place. Available in clear or pigmented, thin or thick viscosity liquid, paste or gel versions to suit the needs of a specific application. 

    •   TS-65  (mix ratio 2:1 / A:B)
      Tank Sealer Epoxy is a fluid thixotropic system for flood coating or roller coating horizontal areas to create a waterproofing membrane in storage tanks or containment areas made of concrete, steel, fiberglass or aluminum. TS-65 has a high bond strength, is very durable and chemically resistant. Available in Summer Cure and Winter Cure versions.

    •   TS-75  (mix ratio 2:1 / A:B)
      Tank Sealer Epoxy is a non-sagging paste system for roller coating vertical and overhead areas to create a waterproofing membrane in storage tanks or containment areas made of concrete, steel, fiberglass or aluminum. TS-75 has a high bond strength, is very durable and chemically resistant. Available in Summer Cure and Winter Cure versions.

    •   TS-75 P  (mix ratio 2:1 / A:B)
      Tank Sealer Epoxy that is the same as TS-75 except for being pigmented, generally white, to give second coat applications a different appearance to eliminate applicator error such as holidays in the waterproofing membrane being applied.

     


 

Rigid Casting Epoxy Series

 

  •   Rigid Casting Epoxy Series  is a fluid system used for structural bonding, laminating, art casting, electronics potting, etc. The RC Series epoxies are selected to suit the application environment and temperature. They are available in thick or thin viscosity versions to suit a wide range of applications and rates of cure. These systems are non-conductive, high strength, high heat distortion, self-leveling epoxies and are available in clear or pigmented versions.

    •   RC-52  (mix ratio 1:1 / A:B)
      Rigid Casting Epoxy - 52 is the 'Fast Cure' of the series for specialized applications. This system has a pot life of ten minutes and reaches handling strength in one hour at 77 degrees F.

    •   RC-53  (mix ratio 2:1 / A:B)
      Rigid Casting Epoxy - 53 is for use in applications requiring a rapid cure or for use at lower application temperatures. This system has high strength properties without being brittle, making it ideal for specialized casting.

    •   RC-55  (mix ratio 1:1 / A:B)
      Rigid Casting Epoxy - 55
      is the most widely used of the RC series. The 45 minute pot life at 75 degrees F seems to make it suitable for a wide range of applications.

    •   RC-57  (mix ratio 2:1 / A:B)
      Rigid Casting Epoxy - 57 has the slowest rate of cure for use at higher application temperatures or tedious applications where more open time would be useful.

    •   RC-190  (mix ratio 2:1 / A:B)
      Rigid Casting Epoxy - 190 is a special 'Armor Plating' formulation to satisfy special needs of the electronics potting industry. This system is extremely hard and durable making it virtually impossible to be broken down to reveal circuitry within the casting. Available in a thick black color to further hide contents within the casting.

 


 

  •   Deep Casting Epoxy Series  parallel the Rigid Casting Series Epoxies. The DC Series epoxies contain a filler to eliminate 'Boiling' in large deep (3/4" plus) pours and are selected to suit the application environment and temperature. They are available in thick or thin viscosity versions to suit a wide range of applications and rates of cure. These systems are non-conductive, high strength, high heat distortion, self-leveling epoxies and are available in opaque or pigmented versions.

    •   DC-52  (mix ratio 1:1 / A:B)
      Deep Casting Epoxy - 52 is the 'Fast Cure' of the series for specialized applications. This system has a pot life of ten minutes and reaches handling strength in one hour at 77 degrees F.

    •   DC-53  (mix ratio 2:1 / A:B)
      Deep Casting Epoxy - 53 is for use in applications requiring a rapid cure or for use at lower application temperatures. This system has high strength properties without being brittle making it ideal for specialized casting.

    •   DC-55  (mix ratio 1:1 / A:B)
      Deep Casting Epoxy - 55
      is the most widely used of the DC series. The 45 minute pot life at 75 degrees F seems to make it suitable for a wide range of applications.

    •   DC-57  (mix ratio 2:1 / A:B)
      Deep Casting Epoxy - 57 has the slowest rate of cure for use at higher application temperatures or tedious applications where more open time would be useful.

 


 

  •   Santex  is a sand filled epoxy system for use as a troweled industrial floor base or topping for leveling or sloping, a concrete patch or repair mortar for spall repair. Santex can be configured with different epoxy binders to achieve varied solid state properties to suit a variety of application needs. Sand and/or aggregate sizes  and blends can be varied to application needs and to fit the troweling circumstances. The general aggregate to epoxy ratio is 9 to 1.

    •   Slurry Coat  is a sand filled epoxy system that has a soupy consistency that can be applied by trowel, squeegee or gauge rake. This is used to fill uneven, rough or spalling substrates by giving the self-leveling epoxy more volume as the aggregate filler settles into lower areas. Slurry Coat can be configured with different epoxies to achieve a variety of solid state properties to suit many application needs. The general aggregate to epoxy ratio is 2 to 1.

     


 

Consult Product's Technical Bulletin for additional information

Precautions:    Either component and/or mixture can cause skin irritations. Use protective clothing, wear eye protection and gloves. Have adequate ventilation in work area, do not breathe vapors for prolonged periods. Should contact on skin occur, wash with soap and water. Should contact in eyes occur, flush eyes with clean water for 15 minutes or until removed. Do not take internally.

A specific epoxy formulation should be chosen to satisfy your application requirements such as liquid and solid state properties, pot life, open time, cure time, exposure, etc.

A particular epoxy product may have many proper applications throughout many industries; therefore, a clear understanding of epoxies, their applications and limitations will aid in proper product selection and use. An Epoxy's solid state properties can only be achieved by thorough mixing of Parts 'A' and 'B' at the proper mix ratio. Higher application temperatures will accelerate reaction time reducing pot life, open time and cure time while making the viscosity of the product thinner. Lower application temperatures will make reaction time sluggish extending pot life, open time and cure time while increasing the viscosity of the product.

Every reasonable precaution is taken in the manufacture of all products and compiling of data to assure that they comply with ROCK ART'S exacting standards. Reliable tests and field experience of these products indicate there utility as described herein. The suitability of a product for an intended use shall be solely up to and the ultimate responsibility of the user/purchaser of that product. You must determine your reliability as an applicator for your specific application. We are not responsible if a product should be used by the user/purchaser in a manner to infringe any patent held by others.

We assume no liability for damages of any kind and no guarantee of results is given using these products or data because every possible variation in the method of their use or conditions under which they are applied cannot be anticipated.

User accepts product "AS IS" and without warranties, expressed or implied

 


 


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