EPiC Epoxy 500 is a high build, 2 pack epoxy floor coating free of isocyanates. It provides excellent protection to concrete, timber, masonry and primed metal surfaces. EPiC Epoxy 500 has been developed to provide excellent interior durability with protection against petrol, oil, fatty oils, alkali, acid and efflorescence, making it ideal for a wide variety of applications such as commercial and industrial floors and walls.
EPiC Epoxy 500 is also food grade compliant and can be used in a variety of areas including restaurants, hospitals and supermarkets.
Outstanding chemical resistance
High resistance to corrosion and abrasion
Impervious to water and moisture
Ideal for interior wet areas
Resistant to bacterial growth
For detailed substrate preparation and application steps, please download the Epoxy 500 application guide.
Roller or Brush.
Prepare bare concrete surfaces using Nu-EcoSafe Etch or Nu-EcoSafe Ultra Etch following the recommendations in the relevant TDS. Allow the surface to thoroughly dry prior to application.
Roller or brush: Apply 2 even coats, observing minimum film thickness recoat and dry times as outlined in the TDS
Spray: Apply 2-3 even coats, observing minimum film thickness, recoat and dry times as outlined in the TDS
Prior to Commencement: Stir thoroughly prior to use.
Part A: 3 Parts
Part B: 1 Part
After drill mixing leave to stand for 10 minutes before using to allow full activation.
Thinning: EPiC Epoxy 500 Thinners
Note: Stirring by hand with a stirring stick is inadequate to provide a homogeneous mix.
DO NOT store mixed product in spray equipment to avoid damage.
Do not use after pot life has expired (4 – 5 hours).
@ 25°C ambient conditions 60% relative humidity 2 – 4 hours
After 4 hours but within 24 NOTE: If recoating after 7 days, the recoat surface must be abraded.
Protecting Our Environment is important to Nutech Paints:
Clean up with EPiC Epoxy500 Thinners or dispose of equipment. Do not pour leftover paint down drains or in rubbish bins. Unwanted paint should be kept in a sealed container and then disposed of via special waste collection services.
Empty paint containers should be left open in a well-ventilated area to dry out. Dispose of empty paint containers in accordance with local authority’s guidelines. Always check with your local council first.