The POWER coating has been developed to assure stability under mechanical and chemical loads and consists of a two-components system based on solvent-free epoxy resin packed with mineral fillers and inorganic pigments. The mechanical stability of this coating gets increased by addition of Quarzit. The POWER coating resists particularly well to compression.
- antiskid BGR 181 R9
- mechanical resistance
- chemical resistance
- almost no abrasion
- fire classification Cfl-s1
- low emissions according to AgBB
- easy cleaning and disinfection
BARiT RESIN-COATING - Type: POWER, can be installed with a matte or satin finish based on the BARiT colour chart. However, industrial flooring does not always have to look neutral and sober.
Markers may be useful as indicators for escape routes or restricted zones. Specialized colours are available for areas over 500m² on request.
BARiT RESIN-COATING - Type: POWER, is a two-component epoxy system. The base is made up of solvent and plasticizer free epoxy resin, enriched with mineral fillers and inorganic pigments.
The structure of the flooring and a proper laying technique ensure a surface with low abrasion, which is equipped with good mechanical and chemical resistance. Likewise, POWER Industrial Flooring systems are resistant to a variety of alkalis, diluted acids, salt solutions, mineral oils, as well as lubricants and fuels.
The flooring's thickness of 2 - 3 mm gives POWER COATING a strong mechanical stability. POWER COATING can be installed with a thickness of 1.5 mm and is therefore low-cost industrial flooring.
For temperature exposure, this flooring can handle 120 °C temporarily, 40 °C consistently.Datasheet
|Solid matters||100 %|
|Flash point||> 100 °C|
|Grade of gloss||gloss or mat with finish|
|Colour shade||BARiT card of colours|
|Fire behaviour DIN EN 13501-1||Cfl-s1, hardly inflammable|
|Bending tensile strength DIN 1164**||> 10 N/mm²|
|Compression strength DIN 1164**||> 40 N/mm²|
|Adhesive pull strength DIN EN 24624||> 1,0 N/mm²|
|Light-fastness||with finish conditionally resisting to UV|
|VOC Emission||Meets the requirements of AgBB|
|Anti-slip Class DIN 51130||R9, R11, R12|
|Temperature resistance||120 °C temporarily / 40 °C consistently|
|Chemical resistance||to resistance list and self test|
Working under conditions of:
Curing time at 20°C: