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Superior Trac - #ST

100% Solids, Seamless, Floor Surfacing System

The Superior Trac System is a multi-layer, seamless, epoxy based floor surfacing system that is installed at a depth of 3/16" to 1/4" of an inch. It is then topped with an epoxy quartz broadcast system. Superior Trac is then sealed with a topcoat to improve abrasion resistance, gloss retention and non-skid properties. Superior Trac is a skid-resistant and easy to maintain flooring system that provides protection from wear-resistance and damaging substances. Superior Trac offers a safe yet cleanable floor surface.    View Color Chart

 

Uses

Advantages

Superior Trac may be used for surfacing, patching, chemical resistance, skid-resistance and abrasion resistance in areas such as:
  • Outstanding Wear Resistance
  • High Compressive Strength
  • Slip-Resistance
  • Easily Cleaned Surface
  • Chemical-Resistance
  • Seamless
  • No VOC
  • High Physical Strength
  • Abrasion Resistant
  • USDA Accepted
  • Chemical Resistance
  • Food Processing Plants
  • Heavy Manufacturing
  • Educational Facilities
  • Warehouses
  • Recreational Facilities
  • Correction Facilities
  • Supermarkets
  • Pharmaceutical Labs
  • Hotels & Restaurants
  • Pulp & Paper Mills
  • Health Care Facilities
  • Bottling Plants
  • Automobile Assembly Plants
  • Textile Mills
  • Dairies
  • Chemical Plants

Mixing & Application Superior Epoxy Primer 171

Mix 1 volume of part A with 1 volume of part B. Mix thoroughly, being sure to scrape the sides and bottom with a strong mixing stick or a slow speed drill with a paint propeller attachment. DO NOT mix more than can be applied in 20 minutes. Apply mixed material by brush, roller or squeegee at 150 to 200 square feet per gallon (8-10 mils). The coverage will depend on the texture of the surface. Apply toppings before primer becomes tack-free, approximately 2-3 hours at 72o F.

 

Superior TopMortar

Mix thoroughly 2 parts by volume of part A and 1 part by volume of part B of Superior Liquid Binder. Prepare the mortar by adding 3-3 1/2 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 to the epoxy. Blend the epoxy and sand until the sand is thoroughly wet. 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.

 

Superior Quartz Binder

Mix 1 volumes of part A with 1 volume of part B. Mix thoroughly, being sure to scrape the sides and bottom with a strong mixing stick or a slow speed drill with a paint propeller attachment. DO NOT mix more that can be applied in 20 minutes. Apply mixed material with a notched squeegee at 90-110 square feet per gallon. Back roll quartz binder. After curing, sweep un-adhered excess aggregate from surface. For a higher build, repeat application of quartz binder and aggregate.

 

Seal Coat

To apply the seal coat of Superior Gloss over the broadcast: stir each component separately. Clear: Mix 2 volumes of part A with 1 volume of part B. Pigmented: Mix 1 volume of part A with 1 volume of part B. Mix thoroughly, being sure to scrape the sides and the bottom, with a bottom, with a strong mixing stick or a slow-speed drill equipped with a paint propeller. DO NOT mix more than can be applied in 30 minutes. As a coating, apply mixed material by brush or roller. For best results, two coats should be applied. Allow the first coat to cure overnight. Apply the second coat within 24 hours. If more time than 24 hours has elapsed, a light sanding of the first coat is required. Superior Gloss can be placed a thick as desired on horizontal surfaces without affecting the cure.  When chemical-resistance is needed substitute Superior Novalac for Superior Gloss.

 

Specification

  • Mix Ratio by Volume: 2:1
  • Color: Clear, Gray & Red - other colors available upon special order.
  • Pot Life (100 Grams): 30-45 minutes (neat)
  • Bond Strength: 100% Concrete Fail (ACL Committee #403) (1:3 mortar mix)
  • Heat Deflection Temp: 140oF
  • 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: 371/2 sq. ft.
  • Flexural Strength: 4,500 psi (ASTM C-580) (1:3 mortar mix)
  • Thermal Coefficient of Expansion: 2.2 x 10-5 in/in/oF (ASTM D-696) (1:3 mortar mix)
 

Estimation Chart

COVERAGE FOR COATING OR MEMBRANES

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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