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Superior Liquid Binder - #SLBLT

Item # SLBLT, Low Temperature Application, Chemical Resistant, 100% Solids Epoxy Binder

SUPERIOR LIQUID BINDER - LOW TEMP is a is a low viscosity, two component 100% solids, rapid setting, chemical resistant structural epoxy. SUPERIOR LIQUID BINDER - LOW TEMP is designed to be mixed with graded sands for resurfacing at low temperatures or for repairs and resurfacing where time is of the essence at higher temperatures. SUPERIOR LIQUID BINDER - LOW TEMP will cure to yield a hard, dense, abrasion resistant surface at 35 deg F. Above 60 deg F, areas may be opened to traffic in as little as 2 hours.




  • Binder for wear resistant floor resurfacing.
  • Binder for patching mortars.
  • Bedding mortar for acid-proof brick and tile.
  • Protective, waterproof coating.
  • Non-shrink grouts for settling and leveling machinery.
  • Superior bonding properties.
  • Low viscosity.
  • High strength.
  • 100% solids.
  • Moisture tolerant.

Surface Preparation

Bare, clean, dry and structurally sound concrete surfaces are important to permit intimate welding contact of SUPERIOR LIQUID BINDER. The presence of grease, oil, wax, parting agents, organic coatings, direct loose particles, erosion or efflorescence will be detrimental and must be removed. This is equally true for any chemical treatments or additives used in the original installation of the concrete substrate. Such possible conditions should be predetermined and removed prior to the application of SUPERIOR LIQUID BINDER mortar or coating.


New Concrete: Application should not be made until the concrete is fully cured. Washing with a solution of 10% muriatic acid, followed by thorough rinsing and neutralization with clear water, is highly recommended.


Dense (Steel Troweled) Surfaces: Abrade or roughen by sandblasting or wire brushing - or wash with muriatic acid as above. Remove all dust etc. accumulated by mechanical cleaning.


Old Concrete: Procedures, as outlined above, should be observed. Clean mechanically, by sand blasting, wire brushing, grinding or chipping. Restrict chipping only to the removal of disintegrated and spalled areas, to minimize the possible development of new superficial cracks. Remove all dust, dirt, and loosely bonded matter resulting from all mechanical cleaning. Acid washing, as indicated above, is also highly recommended to remove all foreign residues.


Mixing & Application

Mix thoroughly 2 parts by volume of part A and 1 part by volume of part B. Prime the surface to be treated with the neat epoxy. Prepare the mortar system by adding 3-3 gallons of clean, dry sand to each gallon of epoxy mix. Preferred types of sand are: hard, high grade silica sands such as Ottawa Flintshot, Mission, or their equivalents, Emery or other forms of Alumina, and Silicon Carbide. If a blend of sand is used, mix the sands together prior to adding the epoxy. Blend the epoxy and sand until the sand is thoroughly wetted. Screed the mortar out onto the previously primed area, rake it to distribute, then compact and trowel to finish. Blending may be accomplished by using a heavy duty, slow speed 1/2" electric drill with a paddle, a Kol mixer or a mortar pan and concrete hoe.



  • Do NOT apply when temperature is below 50oF.
  • Do NOT apply to latex modified mortar or concrete.

Clean Up

Clean tools and equipment immediately with a suitable solvent such as xylene or lacquer thinner.



For professional use only. Epoxy systems can cause delayed dermatitis. Avoid prolonged contact with skin. See Material Safety Data Sheet for proper handling and required safety equipment.



  • Packaging: 3 gallon units;15 gallon units;150 gallon units
  • Mix Ratio by Volume: 2:1
  • Color: Clear, Gray, Red - other colors available upon special order
  • Pot Life (100 Grams): 10-15 minutes
  • Bond Strength: 100% Concrete Fail (ACL Committee #403) (1:3 mortar mix)
  • Compressive Strength: 10,500 psi (ASTM C-579) (1:3 mortar mix)
  • Tensile Strength: 1,640 psi (ASTM C-307) (1:3 mortar mix)
  • Water Absorption: <1% (ASTM C-413 (1:3 mortar mix)
  • Shelf Life: 1 Year
  • Shore D Hardness: 85-90-D (ASTM D-2240) (1:3 mortar mix)
  • Coverage: Coating: 100-150 sq. ft./gallon; Mortar: 37 sq. ft.
  • Flexural Strength: 4,500 psi (ASTM C-580) (1:3 mortar mix)
  • Thermal Coefficient of Exxpansion: 2.2 x 10-5 in/in/oF (ASTM D-696) (1:3 mortar mix)
  • Tensile Elongation: 5% (ASTM D-638)
  • Viscosity: 300-500 cps



Thickness of Coating Applied
(1000 mils = 1 inch)
Coverage per U.S. Gallon
100% Solids System
1/4 inch = 250 mils 6.4 Square Feet
3/16 inch = 187.5 8.5 Square Feet
1/8 inch = 125mills 12.8 Square Feet
100mils 16.0 Square Feet
1/16 inch = 62.5 mils 25.5 Square Feet
50 mils 32.0 Square Feet
1/32 inch = 31.25 mils 51.0 Square Feet
20 mils 80.0 Square Feet
1/64 inch = 15.625 mils 102.0 Square Feet
10 mils 160.0 Square Feet
5 mils 320.0 Square Feet
1 mil 1600.0 Square Feet

If coating contains a solvent which will evaporate, thickness
of coating will be reduced by same percentage as solvent loss.



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