MPC-301 is a two-component, high-solids, aliphatic polyurethane coating designed as a UV-stable, chemical-resistant topcoat. It gives a lustrous appearance and demonstrates excellent physical properties and resistance to industrial traffic. It can be applied over an epoxy primer or used to coat an existing epoxy or urethane coating. This product is also ecological and contains no VOCs.
o UV stable topcoats
o Industrial Use - Garages; Warehouses; Airports and hangars; Processing and manufacturing
plants. Maintenance facilities
Packaging and Recommended Thickness
MPC- 301 is offered in the following kit sizes:
o 1-gallonkit(3.78L)/MixRatiobyvolume4A:1B o Bulkpackagingalsoavailableuponrequest
500 sq. ft. / 3.78L (1 US gal.) @ 3.2 mils dft (81 microns)
Remove dust, dirt, grease, oil and all other contaminants with proper cleaner/degreaser. Prepare the surface mechanically as per ICRI-CSP2 profile by diamond grinding to ensure removal of laitance, curing agents and sealers. The compressive strength of a newly poured concrete substrate must be at least 25 MPA (3635 psi) after 28 days cure and at least 1.5 MPA (218 psi) tensile strength. Be careful with condensation (within 10 degrees of the dew point).
Pre-mix each component separately for 2-3 minutes each. Open container of component A then add component B to it (mixing ratio 4:1 by volume). Mix the components for at least 2-3 minutes using a low- speed drill (300-450 rpm) to reduce air entrapment and to obtain a homogeneous mixture.
Aliphatic polyurethane for finish coat
1. Apply 1st coat of MPC-301 using a rubber squeegee and roll to obtain a uniform coating (using a fine quality 10mm roller).
2. Apply 2nd coat of MPC-301 as a finish coat, using a fine quality 10mm roller.
Clean equipment with xylene. Once the product has hardened, it may only be removed mechanically.
o Applying this product on a substrate without a moisture barrier may risk delamination due to
Health and Safety
Components A and B contain toxic ingredients. Consult the safety data sheet (S.D.S) for further information.