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SECTION 09670

MasterTop 1213 Chemical Resistant Epoxy Floor Coating



PART 1 GENERAL

1.01 WORK INCLUDED



A. Section Includes





  1. Chemical Resistant Epoxy Floor Coating including underlayments, fillers, and other applied materials used as prime, body coat and finish coats and the application of these materials.



B. Related Section

1. Section 09770 Special Protective Wall Coatings


C. Provisions established within the Contract, Division 1, General Requirements, and the Drawings are collectively applicable to this Section.
1.02 SUBMITTALS
A. Prior to commencing work, submit manufacturer's technical information and installation details to describe materials to be used. The same manufacturer shall supply all polymer wall and floor finishes.
B. Owner and Contractor shall review and mutually agree upon color, grade and final texture of chemical resistant epoxy floor coating system before starting installation.
C. Before beginning work, samples of the type of flooring shall be provided for the architect’s approval.
1.03 QUALITY ASSURANCE

A. Contractor shall be an established firm regularly engaged in satisfactory installations of similar materials and provide a list of 5 projects of similar nature and complexity completed in the past five (5) years. Contractor shall provide a letter of certification by manufacturer that Contractor is a current qualified installer.

B. Single source responsibility: Provide underlayments, fillers, epoxy primers, body coats, grout coats and top coats produced by the same manufacturer with not less than 10 years of experience in the manufacture and supply of principal materials for work in this section.


C. Prior to commencing the installation, the Contractor shall install, with Owner's approval, a mutually agreed upon test sample to show final color and texture of the system. This test area shall serve as a job standard for the final installation.
1.04 PROJECT CONDITIONS
A. Evaluate the substrate condition, including moisture content and extent of substrate leveling and repairs required, if any.
B. Coordinate flooring work with other trades to ensure adequate illumination, ventilation, and dust free environment during application and curing of flooring.


  1. Comply with material manufacturer’s recommended temperature limitations for flooring application.

1.05 DELIVERY AND STORAGE


A. Material shall be delivered to project site in manufacturer's original unopened containers bearing manufacturer’s name, product and color.
B. Materials shall be stored indoors, protected from damage, moisture, direct sunlight and temperatures below 50 degrees F or above 90 degrees F.
1.06 GUARANTEE
A. Contractor shall furnish a written warranty covering both material and workmanship for a period of one full year from date of installation.
PART 2 PRODUCTS
2.01 MANUFACTURER
BASF Corporation

889 Valley Park Drive

Shakopee MN. 55379

952-496-6000

www.master-builders-solutions.basf.us
2.02 MATERIALS
A. MASTERTOP 1213, PIGMENTED EPOXY FLOOR COATING WITH CHEMICAL RESISTANT ALIPHATIC POLYURETHANE OR POLYASPARTIC FINISH
2.03 PHYSICAL PROPERTIES
A. Flooring system shall comply with the following minimum test standards:


Abrasion, ASTM D 4060




CS17 wheel, 1000 cycles, 1000 gram load

.097 grams loss

Moisture Vapor Transmission, ASTM E-96

.01 perm inch

Hardness, ASTM D 3363

H Pencil Hardness

Accelerated weathering, ASTM D 822

No effect after 2000 hours

Salt Spray, ASTM B 117

No effect after 1000 hrs.

Non-slip Properties, MIL-D-3134

Static friction .6

Sliding friction .6



Adhesion, ASTM C 882

350 lbs., 100% concrete failure

B. Flooring system shall show no chemical attack or discoloration when tested in accordance with ASTM D-1308 at 72o F against the following reagent and concentrations noted.




Reagent:

Reagent:

Acetic Acid 20%

Benzene

Acetone

Benzoic Acid

Ethylene Dichloride

Butyl Alcohol

Lactic Acid 50%

Citric Acid

Nitric Acid 10%

Diesel Fuel

Phenol

Stearic Acid

Sulfuric Acid 45%

Amyl Acetate

Toluene

Dichloracetic Acid

Trichloroethylene

Chlorobenzene


PART 3 EXECUTION
3.01 SURFACE CONDITIONS
A. After concrete curing period (28 days minimum) has elapsed, surface must be clean and dry, physically sound and free of contamination. Surfaces must be free of holes, voids or defects. Cracks and abrupt changes in surface profile must be corrected. Fins and projections must be removed. All curing compounds and sealers must be removed.
B. Verify that moisture content is within range acceptable to flooring manufacturer using calcium chloride test kit in accordance with ASTM F 1869.
C. Contractor must report, in writing, surfaces left in improper condition by other trades. Application will constitute acceptance of surfaces by the applicator.
3.02 PREPARATION
A. Prepare surfaces as required, per manufacturer's printed instructions. Preferred surface preparation is shotblast or similar mechanical method.
B. Patch all depressions, divots, honeycombed or scaled concrete with filler as recommended by manufacturer.
C. Fill all non-moving cracks or control joints with joint filler as recommended by manufacturer.
D. Fill all moving cracks or expansion joints with a firm but flexible (or non-rigid) sealant material as recommended by manufacturer. Expansion joints should be re-cut in finished floor, if required, and filled with sealant.
E. Masking: Mask surfaces that require protection.
3.03 INSTALLATION
A. Comply with flooring system manufacturer's recommendations.
1. Primer: Trowel or squeegee apply primer as recommended by coating manufacturer at a rate of 100-200 square feet per gallon to achieve a sealed surface with a minimum dry film thickness of 8 mils.
Optional 2. As required, broadcast (__) mesh silica (or aluminum oxide) into prime coat (at a rate of _____pounds per square foot) to achieve slip resistant texture per approved sample.
3. Body Coat: Apply mixed pigmented epoxy resin and cure agent at a rate of 175-200 square feet per gallon to achieve a minimum dry film thickness of 8 mils.
4. Finish: Apply pigmented chemical resistant urethane at a rate of 150-300 square feet per gallon to achieve a total dry film thickness of 4 mils.
5. Finished system shall be a minimum dry film thickness of 20 mils excluding aggregate.
3.04 CLEANUP
A. Remove waste materials, rubbish and debris and dispose of them in accordance with local regulations. Leave work areas in a clean condition.
3.05 PROTECTION
A. Protect the completed work from water, airborne particles or other surface contaminants until cured, tack free, approximately 18-24 hours after application.
B. Protect completed system from immersion and chemical exposure until thoroughly cured, approximately seven (7) days.
C. The General Contractor shall protect the finished floor from the time that the subcontractor completes the work until substantial completion or acceptance by the owner.

END OF SECTION

REV 07/2014
Disclaimer

This information and all further technical advice are based on BASF’s present knowledge and experience. However, BASF assumes no liability for providing such information and advice including the extent to which such information and advice may relate to existing third party intellectual property rights, especially patent rights. In particular, BASF disclaims all CONDITIONS AND WARRANTIES, WHETHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR MERCHANTABILITY. BASF SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR CONSEQUENTIAL, INDIRECT OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING LOSS OF PROFITS) OF ANY KIND. BASF reserves the right to make any changes according to technological progress or further developments. It is the customer’s responsibility and obligation to carefully inspect and test any incoming goods. Performance of the product(s) described herein should be verified by testing and carried out only by qualified experts. It is the sole responsibility of the customer to carry out and arrange for any such testing. Reference to trade names used by other companies is neither a recommendation, nor an endorsement of any product and does not imply that similar products could not be used.








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