Illustration with a professional applying adhesion promoter for absorbent surfaces
Illustration with a professional applying adhesion promoter for absorbent surfaces

MYPOXY
MICROCEMENT EPOXY PRIMER

Grey microcement kitchen with two-component epoxy system applied to block humidity

MyPoxy is an epoxy resin that serves as a vapour barrier to stop humidity coming from the substrate.
It is applied in two thin coats by roller.

This product also serves as a moisture barrier, for which it is necessary to apply two coats with a trowel or a long haired roller.

It offers good workability and the application allows the homogenised absorption of the substrates

Technical Characteristics

Touch Dry

Dry to Touch
Between 6h and 8h depending on environmental conditions

Density

Density (DIN 53 217, T4)
MyPoxy A: 1,13 g/cm3
MyPoxy B: 1,02 g/cm3

Viscosity A+B (DIN 53 015)

Viscosity A+B (DIN 53 015)
600-800 mPa.s

Consumption

MyPoxy

Depending on the degree of humidity

Microcement Epoxy Primer

Application MyPoxy

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Microcement Epoxy Primer

MIXTURE

MyPoxy A (base) and MyPoxy B (reactor) must be mixed in the ratio accordingly:
100:60: Impoxy A (base) 1 kg + Impoxy B (reactor) 0,6 kg

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Microcement Epoxy Primer

MIX TWO COMPONENTS

Pour component B into component A, stir the mixture for 2-3 minutes. Once the mixture is ready, apply it immediately.

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Microcement Epoxy Primer

AS VAPOUR BARRIER

To act as a vapour barrier, MyPoxy is applied in two coats by trowel or short haired roller. Wait for the drying time of 24 hours after the first coat.

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Microcement Epoxy Primer

MEASURE QUANTITIES

For non-absorbent surfaces, each coat requires 0.3 kg resin per metre square. For porous surfaces each coat requires 1 kg resin per metre square.

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Microcement Epoxy Primer

AS MOISTURE BARRIER

To act as a moisture barrier the substrate must be clean. It can be damp, but without standing water.

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Microcement Epoxy Primer

FIRST STEP

The first step of the application is to coat the MyPoxy primer by roller. In this step, 0.35 kg of resin per metre square is required.

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Microcement Epoxy Primer

SECOND STEP

The second step is to spinkle 0.3-0.8 mm dry silica sand 1 kg per metre square, then leave it for 24 hours. The next step is to vacuum and remove the excess sand.

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Microcement Epoxy Primer

FINAL STEP

The final step is to apply MyPoxy with a trowel using 3 kg per metre square. The entire process requires up to 3.35 kg per metre square of MyPoxy as a moisture barrier.