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Epoxy Metallic Floor Coating Customer Case

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Customer Case

Epoxy Metallic Floor Coating System

Time : 2018-6-3

Location: Singapore

Coverage Data Sheet

Item            Thickness(mm)Quantity/㎡Package
DJ-3327  Epoxy Primer1mm0.15kgs10kgs  A+5kgs B
DJ-3328  Epoxy Middle Coat2mm0.75kgs10kgs  A+5kgs B
DJ-3329  Epoxy Topcoat1mm


10kgs  A+5kgs B

Primer coat Recommendation Model: DJ3327A, DJ3327B
Middle Coat Recommendation Model: DJ3328A, DJ3328B
Top coat Recommendation Model: DJ3329A, DJ3329B

Data sheet:

Specific gravity1.150.96
Viscosity (25℃)2000-4000CPS


Mixing ratioA: B = 100:33(weight ratio)
Hardening conditions25 ℃×8H to 10H or 55℃×1.5H (2 g)
Usable  time25℃×40min (100g)

Metallic color chart

In common,we will mix MTB-3328 epoxy middle coat with the metallic color in powder and pure color in liquid,here we have got part colors for your reference.

1kg color pigments can mix with 50kgs of MTB-3328

Customer real case


Construction Case


Step 1. Prepare the surface.

Preparation of the substrate is necessary in order to ensure adhesion between the epoxy product and the substrate. Suitable methods are sanding or diamond-grinding. Any surfaces that have been contaminated with oils may also require chemical cleaning.

Step 2. Sweeping and cleaning of the floor.

Use an industrial vacuum that picks up even small dust particles. The floor must be cleaned of all dusts and residues before starting to prime. Otherwise you will have various particles trapped within the coat and adhesion will be significantly weakened. The less micro-dust on the surface the less primer you will need.

Step 3. Prime the floor with a suitable epoxy primer.

Always prime the floor, don’t believe claims that priming is not necessary. Priming will give your floor a longer life and better adhesion to the substrate. Priming will seal the substrate thus eliminating the risks of bubbles and gasses. Priming helps reduce the amount of product that will be required in the later stages. Ensure that the areas are ventilated properly. It is common to coat two layers of primer in order to properly seal the floor. Use a proper electrical mixer to mix the A and B component of the primer. Use our Primer PR-100 ( john insert link)

Step 4. Fill all cracks, holes etc with epoxy grout.

(This step can also take place before priming if you prefer) For thin cracks it may be necessary to slice them with a diamond cutter before filling in order to improve the anchoring of the grout.

Step 5. Mixing of Epoxy Resin.

Empty all the contents of the Metallic Pigment with the hardener (part B) and mix for 3 minutes. Follow this by then mixing the hardener with the Epoxy component (part A). Use an electrical mixer and mix at least for 3 minutes. Don’t skimp on the mixing! This step is very important. Poor mixing will lead to a tacky floor! Leave to settle for a few minutes allow bubbles to disperse