Flowscreed is a three-component coloured epoxy resin mortar for application to industrial floors which are subject to heavy traffic and light chemical attack. Flowscreed is trowel applied at 4 - 6 mm or above and can therefore be used to repair badly damaged concrete floors.
Flowscreed is ideal for floors where a high level of abrasion resistance is required such as production and packaging areas, industrial manufacturing and storage areas, engineering workshops, warehouses and aerospace and automotive industries.
Lightly textured coloured finish with a speckled appearance (unsealed)
Components in the system:
- Aggregate component
Concrete and polymer modified sand/cement screeds.
Typically 4 - 6 mm.
1. Flowprime T.C. 200-300g/m² depending on porosity.
2. Flowscreed 2kg/m² per 1mm thickness.
3. Flowgrout 250g/m²
4. Top coat (a choice from the Virtus range of coatings)
Approximately 2 kg/m2 is required per 1 mm thickness. For example, at 4 mm thickness 8 kg/m² is required plus wastage.
Overcoating time for seal coats is 12 hours. Foot traffic is 24 hours, heavy traffic is 72 hours and full cure is 7 days.
Flowscreed should be applied into tacky Flowprime TC (typically 45 - 60 minutes after application). If, prior to application of Flowscreed, there are dry patches, a further primer coat is required. If the primer has been left to cure for >48 hours then the primer surface should be mechanically abraded and the area re-primed. If the substrate relative humidity exceeds 75%, Flowprime DPM should be used and allowed to cure prior to the use of Flowprime TC.
Flowscreed requires sealing, especially when used in wet environments. Apply Flowgrout SF to the cured Flowscreed mortar to fully grout and seal the surface. When cured, overcoat with the appropriate finish coat. A choice of seal coats from the Virtus range can be applied as the final finish.
Flowscreed Technical Data Sheet