Behind the great spaces, there are the best materials. Thus, with its unique characteristics, Concrete Pox epoxy microcement adapts to the characteristics of floors and walls, increasing their aesthetic value and the quality of finishes.
Concrete Pox has been designed to create special surfaces of unlimited time. This is due to its high mechanical resistance, with which it is capable of resisting any force applied against it without cracking.
The epoxy resin confers an ideal anti-deformation power to surfaces exposed to heavy traffic and abrasive wear. This makes it a long-term material, promising areas that remain intact over time or in the face of everyday attacks. A coating that enjoys a shore hardness of 80-87.
Its enhanced impermeability prepares this epoxy microcement to withstand the most extreme humidity conditions and constant contact with running water.
Its finishes are inspired by the shine of the most beautiful and resistant natural mineral formations we can find.
It offers excellent workability increasing the possibility of obtaining great results easily.
Concrete Pox can be applied on any surface. This adaptability is exceptional compared to other coatings on the market.
With its almost 20 colors and 4 granulometries, this epoxy microcement can create spaces with a high degree of customization in both floors and walls.
When we talk about Concrete Pox, we talk about great qualities.
These extend to the field of decoration and adaptation to the spaces, giving each of these, what it needs.
As it contains epoxy resin, it is ideal for high wear areas such as garages or warehouses, as well as for floors and walls of galleries, stores, waiting rooms, corridors or offices. It is ideal for any area with high pedestrian traffic, where natural finishes and good resistance are required.
The 4 granulometries, in which it is available, raise the aesthetic possibilities of floors and walls when it comes to finding the desired decorative effect.
Concrete Pox is a material with unique properties. This is due to the fact that it is made up of components that combine their characteristics to create a better product.Component A
Concrete Pox is available in 3 types of packaging. Packagings of different weights to better adapt to the quantity required by users. Thus, they can choose between 20 kg, 5 kg and 2 kg buckets.
Concrete Pox is an epoxy microcement with 4 granulometries with the power to generate different sensations on floors and interior walls. Its ability to achieve excellent results begins with its adhesion to any type of substrate and ends with outstanding mechanical and decorative performance.
In between there is a simple and artisanal process based on the mixing, the preparation of the substrate and the application of this coating, which we will explain below.
The substrate to be applied must be dry, clean and free of dust, grease, dirt, paint or previous varnishing. This can be sanded or stripped, whether it is the floor or walls.
On mineral or cementitious surfaces it is recommended to use Primacrete or Primacrete ABS. In case of tiles, Primacrete Plus. In the case of wet surfaces, Impoxy®.
Add Concrete Pox Speed Up to the component A of Concrete Pox. Stir until homogenized.
Pour the desired color toner to component A of Concrete Pox epoxy microcement. Perform this step before mixing with component B.
Once component A has been colored, add component B and mix both.
*Exact proportions in the technical data sheet.
Apply two coats of Concrete Pox Extra or Concrete Pox Basic, depending on the desired finish. The coats should be a maximum of 1 mm. Sand with 220 grit sandpaper after each coat.
*The drying time will depend on the temperature (see technical data sheet).
Apply one coat of Concrete Pox Medium or Concrete Pox Thin to the surface, depending on the desired finish. Then sand with 400 grit sandpaper.
*Drying times in technical data sheet.
Seal with 3 coats of Concrete Finish One varnish (wait 3 hours between coats) and let it dry for a week to consolidate its properties. Concrete Finish WT can also be used (apply in 2 coats, allowing 24 hours between coats).