Acrylic Coving paste
Acrydur® ACP is a solvent free, Acryllic Coving paste.
Fields of application
Acrydur® ACP is designed for use as a coving paste in ACRYDUR® flooring Systems. Please refer to individual system data sheets.
Features and benefits
Easy to apply
Excellent bond to substrate
All substrates must be structurally sound, clean and dry and free from oil, grease and loose material and any other contamination which might impair adhesion. Mechanical preparation such as captive shot blasting, scarification, and diamond grinding for edge work should be used to produce a substrate surface profile suitable for the application of a resin finish. The tensile strength of the substrate should exceed 1.5MPa. The residual moisture content should be less than 5%. Acrydur® ACP should be applied when substrate temperatures are constant or falling to minimise the risk bubble and void formation due to expansion of air within the substrate when temperatures are rising. This is particularly important to note on external applications. The curing reactions are influenced by the ambient, material and substrate temperatures. Low temperatures lengthen the pot life, open- and curing times. High temperatures shorten pot life, open- and curing times. The temperatures should not fall below the minimum stated until the material is fully cured. The temperature of the substrate must be at least 3°C above the dew point both during the application and for at least a further 24 hours (at 15°C).
ACRYDUR® ACP (part A) is supplied in prepacked units along with Acrydur ®RC Hardener (part B). Pour the entire contents of part B into the container of part A. Mix with a low speed (ca.300 rpm) electric drill and paddle for at least 3 minutes until homogeneous. Keep the mixing head submerged to avoid entrapping air. Ensure that the primer layer is complete to fully seal the substrate concrete. Broadcast Ulfcar® Quartz into the still wet primer to provide a bond bridge for subsequent layers.
ACRYDUR® ACP: Typically 2 kg/m² depending build thickness.
Tools must be cleaned immediately after use with Ulfcar® Tool Cleaner or other suitable solvent.
Acrydur® ACP is supplied in 25 kg, 200 kg or 900 kg units.
Minimum 12 months stored in original containers under dry conditions at a temperature between 15-20°C. Do not expose to direct sunlight.
Technical data for Liquid material
|Mixing Ratio A:B||25 kg : 0,2 kg|
|Mixed density||0,98 kg/l|
|Mixed Viscosity@23°C||Brookfield DV-II||1000 cP|
|Working time@23°C||10 minutes|
|Ready for traffic@23°C||30 minutes|
|Fully cured 23°C||2 hours|
|Substrate temperature||-30°C - +30°C|
|Max relative humidity||Max 85%|
Technical data cured material
|Density||DIN 53497||1,16 G/ML|
|SHORE A hardess||DIN 53505||80|
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