PRODUCT DATA SHEETS

POLYMER CONCRETE  PRIMER JOINT COMPOUND CARBON GLAZE

 

HORTONCRETE

POLYMER CONCRETE

U.S. Patent Number 4,373,058

 

PRODUCT PROFILE

 

DESCRIPTION

 

Acid-resistant, furan polymer concrete that provides excellent protection or structural replacement for old or new concrete. Forms can be stripped away as quickly as fifteen minutes after pouring if desired, with strengths up to 5,000 psi achieved in approximately one hour.

 

TYPICAL USE

 

 

Replacement or topping of concrete subjected to splash and spillage of aggressive acids in chemical plants; food, beverage, pharmaceutical processing areas; power plants; pulp and paper mills; and plating plants.

 

PRIMERS

 

Refer to Hortoncrete Guide Specification for details.

 

EXPANSION JOINTS

 

Hortoncrete Joint Compound. Refer to Hortoncrete Guide Specification for details.

 

PREPARATION FOR NEW SLABS

 

Prepare the sub-base as for standard Portland cement ready-mix slabs by filling the base area with clean, dry clay, shell or other material meeting the engineer’s approval. Unless using shell, compact base material to 100% Proctor density, cover the entire base area with plastic vapor barrier product meeting the engineer’s approval, and form according to stab configuration and thickness. Place steel reinforcing rebars or mesh according to the engineer’s load design and pour Hortoncrete following manufacturer’s procedures.

 

TOPCOATS

 

Optional use of Hortoncrete Carbon Glaze. Contact EMI, INTERNATIONAL for recommendations.

 

COLOR

 

Black

 

SOLIDS BY VOLUME

 

100% (Mixed); less than 0.1 % shrinkage.

 

COVERAGE

 

9 square feet per 1.5 cubic-foot unit, 2 inches thick.

 

THICKNESS

 

2 inches minimum

 

COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH

 

 

To 15,000 psi. (ASTM C 579-75)

 

FLEXURAL STRENGTH

 

 

To 3,500 psi. (ASTM C 580-74)

 

TENSILE STRENGTH

 

To 2,000 psi. (ASTM C 307-77)

 

ABRASION RESISTANCE

 

0.3 grams loss, average of 3 tests (ASTM C-944)

 

DENSITY

 

150 pounds per cubic foot, ± 2%.

 

POROSITY

 

0.10% to 0.30%

 

COEFFICIENT OF THERMAL EXPANSION

 

 

11-12 x 10 -6 per inch degree F.

TEMPERATURE RESISTANCE

 

 

(Wet or Dry) Continuous 250 F.

MIXING RATIO

 

Each 200-pound unit requires two bags of aggregate component mixed with two gallons of resin and an appropriate amount of catalyst. CAUTION: DO NOT MIX THE CATALYST AND RESIN TOGETHER DIRECTLY. A VIOLENT REACTION WILL OCCUR.

 

POT LIFE

 

30 to 45 minutes at 77 F. for standard mix. Can be regulated by catalyst adjustment, from 15 minutes to several hours, as might be needed. Consult EMI, INTERNATIONAL for detailed instructions.

 

CLEAN UP INSTRUCTIONS

 

 

Mixers and hand tools can be cleaned with water. Do not allow mixed material to set hard before cleaning.

 

CHEMICAL RESISTANCE

 

Contact EMI, INTERNATIONAL for detailed chemical resistance chart.

 

SPECIAL QUALIFICATIONS

 

 

Meets the requirements of the United States Department of Agriculture for use in federally inspected meat and poultry processing plants.

 


 

HORTONCRETE POLYMER CONCRETE

 

 

MIXING AND INSTALLATION

 

MIXING AND INSTALLATION

 

 

Use clean motorized mixers. Mixers previously contaminated with Portland cement should be sandblasted to remove all traces of contamination. Preblended and premeasured aggregate is poured from the aggregate bags into the turning mixers to acquire the desired batch size. For example, a unit (200 pounds) requires two bags of aggregate. Immediately after placing aggregate into the turning mixer, add the premeasured appropriate amount of catalyst and allow to mix well for at least two minutes.

 

Next, the appropriate premeasured amount of resin (two gallons per unit) is added to the aggregate/catalyst mix. Allow this mixture to blend for another two minutes.

 

This entire mixture is then poured into a clean, sandblasted wheelbarrow and placed into the forms to be filled. This procedure is followed in a continuous manner until an expan­sion joint is reached or until the pour is completed.

 

After being placed into the slab or trench form, screed and hand trowel in the same man­ner as standard Portland cement concrete until desired surface finish is achieved. Mechanical vibrating or hand-tamping can be used as desired for ease of placement.

 

Surface bleeding or “puddling” may occur with the use of Hortoncrete. This “puddl­ing” is the formation of resin/catalyst liquid on the surface, resulting in an exother­mic reaction. If such “puddling” and exothermic reaction occurs, it can be dissipated by (a) adding additional, fresh-mixed Hortoncrete to the “puddled” area and re-troweling, or (b) sprinkling clean, dry sand onto the “puddled” area.

 

This surface bleeding or “puddling” can easily be avoided by proper workmanship. For example, (a) do not allow “low spots” on horizontal surfaces, (b) do not over-trowel, and thereby bring excessive resin/catalyst to the surface, or (C) do not entrap surface liquids inside forms. Construct forms to exact elevation desired, over-fill with Hortoncrete, compact, and trowel down to form level. When this is not prac­tical, drill one inch “weep holes” into forms at desired elevation to allow any excess surface liquids to drain, during the troweling process.

 

When the chemical reaction curing begins, about one-half hour after placement, some reaction heat is generated (about 122 F.) for about one hour. After that time, the forms can be removed and the slab or trench can be placed into service. Mixers and hand tools can be cleaned with water.

 

PREPARATION OF SLABS OVER EXISTING OR DAMAGED CONCRETE SURFACES

 

 

All loose or damaged concrete must be removed to expose a solid, undamaged concrete. This concrete surface must then be sandblasted, air-blasted, or cleaned by other approved means. Steel anchor bolts of approved design must then be placed at 24-inch to 36-inch centers (depending upon slab design, live or dead loading, etc.). When these drilled-into-place bolts are placed, all powdered concrete in bolt heads and around bolts must be air-blasted off the surface. (See Hortoncrete Detail Drawing 512-04 and 512.04A.)

 

After necessary forms are lined with plastic, placed and sealed with silicone, Hor­toncrete Primer is then rolled, brushed or sprayed on all concrete surfaces in accor­dance with the Primer data sheet. The polymer ready-mix concrete is then placed, screeded and finished according to recommended practices.

FOR TRENCHES AND WALLS

 

 

For relining existing damaged trenches, or constructing new ones, the above procedures are followed, where applicable, along with accepted construction procedures for the forming and placement of standard Portland cement ready-mix concrete. Wall steel reinforcing or the use of anchor bolts should be used as stated above, in accordance with wall and trench floor thickness and load-carrying design as calculated by the project engineer. An electric or air-operated, pencil-type internal vibrator is to be used to ensure proper Hortoncrete placement and consolidation on all vertical wall pours.

 

Refer to Hortoncrete Guide Specification for additional, details.

 

 


 

HORTONCRETE POLYMER CONCRETE

 

 

MIXING AND INSTALLATION

 

EXPANSION JOINTS

 

 

Expansion joints of ¼-inch to ½-inch width and 2-inch depth should be constructed during pouring by using removable expansion joint stripping or by saw-cutting after pouring. These expansion joints should be placed 10 feet apart on outside slabs and 13 to 15 feet apart on interior slabs. Trench wall or trench bottom expansion joints should be designed to conform with the above criteria.

 

According to the Hortoncrete Guide Specification, the Hortoncrete Joint Compound is placed into expansion joints by pouring. It is important to note that materials with tensile elasticity do not always yield the same wide range of chemical resistance as Hortoncrete. This is true of Hortoncrete Joint Compound when subjected to some high concentration acids. Therefore, it is recommended that all installed expansion joints be checked for possible required replacement maintenance every four to six months, minimum. (See Hortoncrete Detail Drawing 512-05 and 512-06.)

 

Replacement can be done by hand-routing or saw-cutting. Then remove any damag­ed expansion joint material and repour as in initial construction.

 

Contact EMI, INTERNATIONAL for any particular detail information on trench, wall construction or expansion joints.

 

SURFACE TEMPERATURE

 

 

Minimum 50 F.          Maximum 120 F.

The surface should be dry and at least 5 F. above the dew point.

 

 

 

SHIPPING & STORAGE

 

NUMBER OF COMPONENTS

 

Three - aggregate, resin and catalyst.

 

PACKAGED IN

 

1.5 cubic-foot units (200 pounds), up to 20 units, or in bulk as might be needed.

 

NET WEIGHT PER UNIT

 

220 lbs.

 

STORAGE TEMPERATURE

 

Minimum 50 F           Maximum 110 F.

 

SHELF LIFE

 

12 months at recommended storage temperature in unopened containers. Keep dry.

 


 

HORTONCRETE POLYMER CONCRETE

 

 

SAFETY DATA

 

SAFETY INFORMATION

 

This product (and any recommended thinners) contains solvents and/or other chemical ingredients. Adequate health and safety precautions should be observed during storage, handling, app­lication and curing. For information regarding the potential hazards associated with this product, please refer to the con­tainer label or request a Material Safety Data Sheet from EMI, INTERNATIONAL at the address noted in this data sheet. Please direct your inquiries to the attention of our Safety Director.

 

 

WARRANTY & LIMITATION OF SELLER’S LIABILITY:      EMI, INTERNATIONAL warrants only the product represented herein meets the formulation standards of EMI, INTERNATIONAL.

 

THE WARRANTY DESCRIBED IN THE ABOVE PARAGRAPH SHALL BE IN LIEU OF ANY OTHER WARRANTY, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. THERE ARE NO WARRANTIES THAT EXTEND BEYOND THE DESCRIPTION ON THE FACE HEREOF.

 

The buyer’s sole and exclusive remedy against EMI, INTERNATIONAL shall be for replacement of the product or refund of the purchase price in the event that a defective condition of the product should be found to exist. NO OTHER REMEDY (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES FOR LOST PROFITS, LOST SALES, INJURY TO PERSON OR PROPERTY, OR ANY OTHER INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL LOSS) SHALL BE AVAILABLE TO THE BUYER. The sole purpose of this exclusive remedy shall be to provide buyer with replacement of the product or refund of the purchase price of the product if any defect in materials is found to exist. This exclusive remedy shall not be deemed to have failed its essential purpose so long as EMI, INTERNATIONAL is willing and able to replace the defective materials or refund the purchase price.

 

Technical and application information herein is provided for the purpose of establishing a general profile of the product and proper application procedures. Test performance results were obtained in a controlled environment and EMI, INTERNATIONAL makes no claim that these tests or any other tests, accurately represent all environments. As application, environmental and design factors can vary significantly, due care should be exercised in the selection and use of the product.

 

 

HORTONCRETE POLYMER CONCRETE

 

 

COATING PROFILE

 

DESCRIPTION

 

 

Specialized two-component, high-build primer tor application to properly prepared concrete surfaces prior to the application of Hortoncrete.

 

SURFACE PREPARATION

 

 

Sandblast, air-blast or clean by other approved means. All surfaces must be dry and clean prior to coating.

 

COLOR

 

 

Black

 

FINISH

 

 

Semi-gloss

 

SOLIDS BY VOLUME

 

75.0±2.0% (Mixed)

 

THEORETICAL COVERAGE

 

1,203 mil sq. ft. per gallon.

 

DRY FILM THICKNESS

 

15.0         to 24.0 mils

 

CURING TIME—AT 75 F.

 

To touch: 6 hours    To recoat: 4 hours minimum, 24 hours maximum

 

TEMPERATURE RESISTANCE

 

 

(Dry) Continuous 200 F.          Intermittent 250 F.

 

MIXING RATIO

 

 

By volume - One (Part A) to one (Part B)

 

 

 

SHIPPING & STORAGE

 

NUMBER OF

COMPONENTS

 

 

Two - Part A and Part B

 

PACKAGED IN

 

 

5-gallon pails and 1-gallon cans. All sizes must be ordered in multiples of 2.

 

NET WEIGHT PER GALLON

 

Mixed:      11.60± 0.25 lbs.

 

STORAGE TEMPERATURE

 

Minimum 50 F.          Maximum 110 F.

 

SHELF LIFE

 

 

12 months at recommended storage temperature

 

FLASH POINT-SETA

 

 

Part A and Part B: 81 F.

 

 


 

HORTONCRETE PRIMER

 

APPLICATION INFORMATION

 

MIXING

 

Stir contents of each container separately, making sure no pigment remains on the bottom of the can. Pour a measured amount of Part B into a clean container large enough to hold both components. Add an equal volume of Part A to Part B while under agitation. Continue agitation until the two components are thoroughly mixed. Do not use mixed material beyond pot life limits.

 

SPREADING RATE

 

 

Dry Mils

Sq.Ft./Gal.

Minimum

8.0

125

Maximum

15.0

80

 

Application of coating below minimum or above maximum dry mil thickness recommended may adversely affect coating performance.

 

SURFACE TEMPERATURE

 

Minimum 50 F.  Maximum 120 F.

The surface should be dry and at least 5 F. above the dew point. Coating will not cure below minimum surface temperature.

 

POT LIFE

 

6 hours at 60 F. 2 hours at 77 F. 1 hour at 100 F.

 

APPLICATION EQUIPMENT

 

Brush or roller. Spray optional.

 

Air Spray

 

Suggested equipment, or equal:

 

Gun

Fluid Tip

Air Cap

Air Hose ID

Mat’l Hose ID

Atomizing Pressure

Pot Pressure

DeVilbiss

MBC or JGA

E

78

5/16” or 3/8”

1/2"*

75 - 100 psi

20 – 40 psi

*(Thiokol Solvent Resistant Type). Low temperatures or longer hoses require higher pot pressure.

 

Airless Spray

 

 

Tip Orifice

Atomizing Pressure

Mat’l Hose ID

Manifold Filter

0.017” to 0.027”

2400 - 3000 psi

3/8” or 1/2”

60 mesh

Use appropriate tip and atomizing pressure for equipment, applicator technique and weather conditions.

 

Brush or Roller

 

Medium to long nap or carpet roller or 4-inch brush.

 

CLEAN UP INSTRUCTIONS

 

Clean all equipment immediately after use with No. 2 Thinner or xylol. Flush and clean spray equipment before material sets up. Rollers and brushes may be discarded.

 


 

HORTONCRETE PRIMER

 

 

SAFETY DATA

 

SAFETY INFORMATION

 

 

This product (and any recommended thinners) contains solvents and/or other chemical ingredients. Adequate health and safety precautions should be observed during storage, handling, app­lication and curing. For information regarding the potential hazards associated with this product, please refer to the container label or request a Material Safety Data Sheet from EMI, INTERNATIONAL at the address noted in this data sheet. Please direct your inquiries to the attention of our Safety Director.

 

WARRANTY & LIMITATION OF   SELLER’S LIABILITY: EMI, INTERNATIONAL

warrants only the product represented herein meets the formulation standards of EMI, INTERNATIONAL.

 

THE WARRANTY DESCRIBED IN THE ABOVE PARAGRAPH SHALL BE IN LIEU OF ANY OTHER WARRANTY, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. THERE ARE NO WARRANTIES THAT EXTEND BEYOND THE DESCRIPTION ON THE FACE HEREOF.

 

The buyer’s sole and exclusive remedy against EMI, INTERNATIONAL shall be for replacement of the product or refund of the purchase price in the event that a defective condition of the product should be found to exist. NO OTHER REMEDY (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES FOR LOST PROFITS, LOST SALES, INJURY TC PERSON OR PROPERTY, OR ANY OTHER INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL LOSS) SHALL BE AVAILABLE TO THE BUYER. The sole purpose of this exclusive remedy shall be to provide buyer with replacement of the product or refund of the Purchase price of the product if any defect in materials is found to exist. This exclusive remedy shall not be deemed to have failed its essential purpose so long as EMI, INTERNATIONAL is willing and able to replace the defective materials or refund the purchase price.

 

Technical and application information herein is provided for the purpose of establishing a general profile of the product and proper application procedures. Test performance results were obtained in a controlled environment and EMI, INTERNATIONAL makes no claim that these tests or any other tests accurately represent all environments. As application, environmental and design factors can vary significantly, due care should be exercised in the selection and use of the product.

 

 

 

HORTONCRETE JOINT COMPOUND

 

 

COATING PROFILE

 

DESCRIPTION

 

 

Two-component, flexible epoxy joint compound. Remains flexible while maintaining a tight bond to the substrate.

 

PRIMER

 

Hortoncrete Joint Primer

 

COLOR

 

 

Black

 

SOLIDS BY VOLUME

 

100%

 

CURING TIME—AT 75 F.

 

3 to 4 hours to tack-free condition.                  2 to 3 days for full cure.

 

 

TEMPERATURE RESISTANCE

 

(Dry) Continuous 200 F.

 

MIXING RATIO

 

By volume - One (Part A) to one (Part B)

 

 

 

SHIPPING & STORAGE

 

NUMBER OF

COMPONENTS

 

Two -  Part A and Part B

 

PACKAGED IN

 

One-gallon plastic pails. All sizes must be ordered in multiples of 2.

 

NET WEIGHT PER GALLON

 

 

Mixed 17.40± 0.20 lbs.

 

STORAGE TEMPERATURE

 

Minimum 50 F.  Maximum 110 F.

 

SHELF LIFE

 

 

12 months at recommended storage temperature

 

FLASH POINT—SETA

 

 

TAG Open Cup ASTM D 1310-67

280 F. (Mixed)

 

 


 

HORTONCRETE JOINT COMPOUND

 

APPLICATION INFORMATION

 

MIXING

 

Stir contents of each container separately, making sure no pigment remains on the bottom of the can. Add an equal volume of Part A to Part B while under agitation. Continue agitation until the two components are thoroughly mixed. Do not use mixed material beyond pot life limits.

 

USAGE RATE

 

VOLUME ESTIMATE FOR FILLING EXPANSION JOINTS

 

 

 

 

LINEAL FEET PER 2-GALLON KIT

 

Joint Depth (Inches)

 

 

Expansion Joint Width (Inches)

 

¼

½

¾

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

   ¼

 

616

 

 

 

   ½

 

308

154

 

 

   ¾

 

205

103

68

 

1

 

154

77

51

39

1 ¼

 

123

62

41

31

1 ½

 

103

51

34

26

1 ¾

 

88

44

29

22

2

 

77

39

26

19

2 ½

 

62

31

21

15

3

 

51

26

17

13

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Expansion joints of ¼-inch to ½-inch width and 2-inch depth should be constructed during the pouring of Hortoncrete by using removable expansion joint stripping or by saw-cutting after pouring. Expansion joints should be placed 10 feet apart on ex­terior slabs and 13 to 15 feet apart on interior slabs. Refer to Detail Drawing 512-05 or 512-06 for complete Expansion Joint Design information.

 

Hortoncrete Joint Compound is placed into the primed expansion joints by pouring. It is important to note that materials with tensile elasticity do not always yield the same wide range of chemical resistance as Hortoncrete. It is recommended that all expansion joints be checked every four to six months for possible replacement.

 

 

SURFACE TEMPERATURE

 

 

Minimum 50 F.            Maximum 120 F.

The surface should be dry and at least 5 F. above the dew point. Coating will not cure below minimum surface temperature.

 

POT LIFE

 

22 to 28 minutes at 77 F.

 

CLEAN UP INSTRUCTIONS

 

Clean all equipment immediately after use with No. 4 Thinner or Methyl Ethyl Ketone (MEK).

 

 


 

HORTONCRETE JOINT COMPOUND

 

SAFETY DATA

 

SAFETY INFORMATION

 

 

This product (and any recommended thinners) contains solvents and/or other chemical ingredients. Adequate health and safety precautions should be observed during storage, handling, application and curing. For information regarding the container hazards associated with this product:, please refer to the container label or request a Material Safety Data Sheet from EMI, INTERNATIONAL at the address noted in this data sheet. Please direct your inquiries to the attention of our Safety Director.

 

WARRANTY & LIMITATION OF   SELLER’S LIABILITY: EMI, INTERNATIONAL

warrants only the product represented herein meets the formulation standards of EMI, INTERNATIONAL

 

THE WARRANTY DESCRIBED IN THE ABOVE PARAGRAPH SHALL BE IN LIEU OF ANY OTHER WARRANTY, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. THERE ARE NO WARRANTIES THAT EXTEND BEYOND THE DESCRIPTION ON THE FACE HEREOF.

 

The buyer’s sole and exclusive remedy against EMI, INTERNATIONAL shall be for replacement of the product or refund of the purchase price in the event that a defective condition of the product should be found to exist. NO OTHER REMEDY (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES FOR LOST PROFITS, LOST SALES, INJURY TC PERSON OR PROPERTY, OR ANY OTHER INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL LOSS) SHALL BE AVAILABLE TO THE BUYER. The sole purpose of this exclusive remedy shall be to provide buyer with replacement of the product or refund of the Purchase price of the product if any defect in materials is found to exist. This exclusive remedy shall not be deemed to have failed its essential purpose so long as EMI, INTERNATIONAL is willing and able to replace the defective materials or refund the purchase price.

 

Technical and application information herein is provided for the purpose of establishing a general profile of the product and proper application procedures. Test performance results were obtained in a controlled environment and EMI, INTERNATIONAL makes no claim that these tests or any other tests accurately represent all environments. As application, environmental and design factors can vary significantly, due care should be exercised in the selection and use of the product.

 

 

HORTONCRETE CARBON GLAZE

 

 

COATING PROFILE

 

DESCRIPTION

 

 

A 100%, high-build, chemical-resistant epoxy coating containing carbon pigmentation.

 

TYPICAL USE

 

Optional topcoat for Hortoncrete to increase chemical resistance in highly caustic environments

 

COLOR

 

 

Black

 

FINISH

 

 

Gloss

 

SOLIDS BY VOLUME

 

100%

 

THEORETICAL COVERAGE

 

1,604 mit sq. ft. per gallon

 

DRY FILM THICKNESS

 

8.0        to 12.0 mils

 

CURING TIME—AT 75 F.

 

12 to 24 hours, tack-free state                3 days for severe service

 

 

TEMPERATURE RESISTANCE

 

(Dry) Continuous 200 F.

 

MIXING RATIO

 

Mix Part A and Part B as supplied.

 

 

 

SHIPPING & STORAGE

 

NUMBER OF COMPONENTS

 

Two -  Part A and Part B

 

PACKAGED IN

 

2.0        gallon kit

 

NET WEIGHT PER KIT

 

Mixed:  20 ± 0.25 lbs.

 

STORAGE TEMPERATURE

 

Minimum 50 F.                Maximum 110 F.

 

SHELF LIFE

 

Twelve months at recommended storage temperature.

 

FLASH POINT—SETA

 

 

TAG Open Cup ASTM D310-67

465 F. (Mixed)

 

 


 

HORTONCRETE CARBON GLAZE

 

 

APPLICATION INFORMATION

 

MIXING

 

Mix components A and B, as supplied in premeasured amounts, into a clean, dry con­tainer. It is not recommended that less than supplied quantities be mixed. Do not use mixed material beyond pot life limits.

 

SPREADING RATE

 

 

Dry Mils

Sq.Ft./Gal.

Minimum

8.0

200

Maximum

12.0

134

 

 

SURFACE TEMPERATURE

 

Minimum 50 F.                                        Maximum 120 F.

The surface should be dry and at least 5 F. above the dew point. Coating will not cure below minimum surface temperature.

 

POT LIFE

 

40 minutes at 77 F.

APPLICATION EQUIPMENT

 

May be applied by brush, roller or spray. Multiple coats may be required to achieve recom­mended film thickness when applying by brush or roller.

CLEAN UP INSTRUCTIONS

 

Clean all equipment immediately after use with No. 2 Thinner or xylol. Flush and clean

spray equipment before material sets up. Rollers and brushes may be cleaned or discarded.

 

 

SAFETY DATA

 

SAFETY INFORMATION

 

 

This product (and any recommended thinners) contains solvents and/or other chemical ingredients. Adequate health and safety precautions should be observed during storage, handling, application and curing. For information regarding the container hazards associated with this product:, please refer to the container label or request a Material Safety Data Sheet from EMI, INTERNATIONAL at the address noted in this data sheet. Please direct your inquiries to the attention of our Safety Director.

 

WARRANTY & LIMITATION OF               SELLER’S LIABILITY: EMI, INTERNATIONAL

warrants only the product represented herein meets the formulation standards of EMI, INTERNATIONAL

 

THE WARRANTY DESCRIBED IN THE ABOVE PARAGRAPH SHALL BE IN LIEU OF ANY OTHER WARRANTY, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. THERE ARE NO WARRANTIES THAT EXTEND BEYOND THE DESCRIPTION ON THE FACE HEREOF.

 

The buyer’s sole and exclusive remedy against EMI, INTERNATIONAL shall be for replacement of the product or refund of the purchase price in the event that a defective condition of the product should be found to exist. NO OTHER REMEDY (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES FOR LOST PROFITS, LOST SALES, INJURY TC PERSON OR PROPERTY, OR ANY OTHER INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL LOSS) SHALL BE AVAILABLE TO THE BUYER. The sole purpose of this exclusive remedy shall be to provide buyer with replacement of the product or refund of the Purchase price of the product if any defect in materials is found to exist. This exclusive remedy shall not be deemed to have failed its essential purpose so long as EMI, INTERNATIONAL is willing and able to replace the defective materials or refund the purchase price.

 

Technical and application information herein is provided for the purpose of establishing a general profile of the product and proper application procedures. Test performance results were obtained in a controlled environment and EMI, INTERNATIONAL makes no claim that these tests or any other tests accurately represent all environments. As application, environmental and design factors can vary significantly, due care should be exercised in the selection and use of the product.

 

 

FOR INDUSTRIAL USE ONLY

U.S. PATENT 4,373,058

 

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