Poly-90 Low Odor is a super low odor polyaspartic polyurea ideal for spaces where time and odor is of great concern. Poly-90 Low Odor utilizes a special blend of solvents to create a unique coating with low viscosity, a long pot life and a fast return to service. Poly-90 Low Odor provides a high gloss clear coating and its superior penetration and bonding strength can provide years of abrasion, impact, and wear resistance.
Poly 90 Low Odor Coating
- Super low odor formula
- Low VOC (5 g/l)
- Long pot life, and quick set
- UV stable
- Excellent for use in a Flake Floor System
|Pot Life||45-60 Minutes|
|Recoat or topcoats||2-4 Hours|
|Light Foot Traffic||3-4 Hours|
|Full Cure; Heavy Traffic||24 Hours|
SURFACE PREPARATION: The concrete surface must be deemed mechanically and structurally sound, completely clean, and dry. To achieve the above desired results, mechanical grinding or shot blast method should be performed to an achieve a 50-100 grit profile to insure flatness of the substrate, to remove surface impurities, and to profile the surface of the floor to a CSP-2, as recommended by the ICRI Technical Guideline No. 03732.
MIXING: If mixing less than a full kit, mix Part A & Part B separately with a stir stick, low-speed mixer or vigorously shake container prior to blending the smaller kit to ensure uniform distribution of all ingredients. Proper mixing is pertinent to application success. In equal parts (1:1), mix Part A and Part B using a clean, dry mixing container. Stir contents approximately 1 – 3 minutes. Avoid overmixing or creating a vortex that could introduce moisture content to the mixture. No induction time is required prior to use, nor after mixing. If integrating antiskid media agents, only do so after Parts A & B have been thoroughly mixed.
COVERAGE RATE: First Coat: 250 – 300 ft² per gallon* Optional Second Coat: 275 – 325 ft² per gallon* Over Media: 175 – 225 ft² per gallon*
*Coverage rates may vary depending upon surface porosity, texture, application method and prior sealer application. Excessive build-up should be avoided.
POT LIFE: Expected workable pot life after mixing Part A and Part B is approximately 45 – 60 minutes at a common temperature range of 70°F – 80°F at roughly 50% relative humidity. Please note that higher temperatures and high percentages of humidity will shorten pot life, as colder temperatures and lower percentages of humidity will extend the coatings pot
APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS: Application of Poly-90 should be completed using a 3/8” synthetic nap, phenolic core roller, or a lambswool cover for pigmented, stained floors, or media coats. Use a magic trowel and backroll with the roller over media floors (quartz or chips). It is recommended to use only 18” wide squeegees and rollers. If considering using an airless application method, consult the manufacturer prior to application. Please note that the use of a pump-up style spray bottle may create visible bubbles, blisters, and pinholes and is not recommended.
*Please note that low air and/or concrete temperatures and/or relative humidity may extend cure times. Poly-90 should only be applied within temperature ranges of 50°F – 80°F. Follow the recommended coverage rates for the best results. FOR PERSONAL PROTECTION USE GLOVES, GOGGLES, AND RESPIRATORS.
PLEASE NOTE: Applying material outside the suggested parameters may result in product failure. It is always recommended to test the product in a small, inconspicuous area (on the same concrete substrate) for desired results prior to application. Coverage rates may vary for all coatings and substrates depending on porosity, density, texture, etc. When applying, do not exceed 400 sq. ft. per gallon. Applying too thin of a coating may cause inadequate film formation or performance expectations may be limited. DO NOT USE ON BRICK. Increased temperature will shorten the re-coat window. The decreased temperature will lengthen the re-coat window.
2 Pint Kit, 2 Gallon Kit, 10 Gallon Pallet, 10 Gallon Kit