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ALSAN TRAFIK EP 140 SKU: 00513158

ALSAN TRAFIK EP 140 SKU: 00513158

ALSAN Trafik EP 140 is a two-component, high solids, low odor, liquid applied epoxy primer. This primer provides excellent adhesion to prepped concrete and plywood for application of SOPREMA polyurethane systems. ALSAN Trafik EP 140 primer is recommended for light and heavy-duty pedestrian and vehicular applications.

Product Properties

  • Material Polyurethane
  • Technology Polyurethane

Installation

ALSAN Trafik EP 140 is applied via squeegee, roller or brush. Prior to application, refer to published specifications and approved details for complete application instructions. ALSAN Trafik EP 140 should be thoroughly mixed individually prior to combining to ensure a consistent homogeneous material from top to bottom. Mix 2 parts of side A with 1 part of side B. The combined components should be mixed using a jiffy blade mixer at slow speed for at least 2-3 minutes.

 

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