Reeprime CPS900 - Epoxy Primer for Anti-Static Coatings

Vendor: Virtus Resins
Reeprime CPS900 is 2-part water dispersed anti-static epoxy primer. The product contains no solvents and therefore is not flammable. Reeprime CPS900 is used as a conductive layer prior to the...

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    Reeprime CPS900 is 2-part water dispersed anti-static epoxy primer. The product contains no solvents and therefore is not flammable.

    Reeprime CPS900 is used as a conductive layer prior to the application of anti-static floor coatings and wall coatings. It is commonly used as the primer for Reecote EC017 AS.

    Advantages

    • Easy to Apply
    • Non-Flammable
    • Low Odour

    CAUTION

    After Reeprime CPS900 is cured, the resultant surface is electrically conductive. Regular warning signs indicating this fact must be predominantly displayed in all areas concerned. All electrical equipment and working practices must be suitable for working in this environment. All warning signs must be left in place until the finished surface is approved for use.

    Surface Preparation

    The cementitious substrate should be sound and of sufficient compressive strength (Min 25 N/mm²). The minimum pull of strength 1.5 N/mm. The surfaces must be dry and free of all contaminants e.g. oils, grease, surface treatments and coatings etc. The substrate must be prepared mechanically to achieve and open-textured fine gripping surface, free of cement laitance. Weak concrete should be removed and surface defects such as blowholes and voids must be fully exposed. All dust, loose and friable material must be completely removed from all surfaces before application of the coating preferably by brush and vacuum.

    Pack Size 

    5.77 kg

    Coverage

    5.77 kg covers approximately 30 - 40 square metre.

    Overcoating Period

    24 hours

    Surface Preparation:

    The cementitious substrate should be sound and of sufficient compressive strength (Min 25 N/mm²). Minimum pull of strength 1.5 N/mm. The surfaces must be dry and free of all contaminants e.g. oils, grease, surface treatments and coatings etc. The substrate must be prepared mechanically to achieve and open textured fine gripping surface, free of cement laitance. Weak concrete should be removed and surface defects such as blowholes and voids must be fully exposed. All dust, loose and friable material must be completely removed from all surfaces before application of the coating preferably by brush and vacuum.

    Storage & Application:

    The Storage, mixing and application conditions can affect the quality of the finished product. Please refer to our Information Data sheet ref. TD300.

    Mixing:

    Add 0.5 litres of water to the base of component A and mix for one minute. Then add the Resin component B and continue mixing by using a low speed speed electric stirrer (300-400 rpm) for a minimum of 3 minutes until a uniform mix has been achieved.

    Application:

    Observe the waiting time between coats. Coats that exceed the maximum waiting time can be re-coated after roughening the surface with fine sandpaper. Do NOT apply Reeprime CPS900 on substrates in which significant vapour pressure may occur. Always ensure good ventilation when using Reeprime CPS900 in confined space.
    Freshly applied Reeprime CPS900 should be protected from damp, condensation and water for at least 24hrs. Avoid puddles on surface.
    Reeprime CPS900 should NOT be applied to surfaces which have been treated with water repellent.

    Testing

    Reeprime CPS900 should be tested after the initial cure of approximately 10-18 hours before proceeding with the application of the top coatings. The reading on a MEGGER such as BM200 series or similar should display 0.04 M ohms or less at M ohms 500V.

    Technical Datasheets

    Reeprime CPS900 Technical Data Sheet

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