Article No. 698111
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Once fully cured
*Epoxy resin mortar 1 : 10 with standard sand
The stated values represent typical product characteristics and are not to be construed as binding product specifications.
Field of application
- Filled coating
- Coating in DIBt-approved systems for common rooms (general building inspectorate approval Z-156.605-1594)
- Can be subjected to mechanical loads
- Can be subjected to chemical loads
- Suitable for hand pallet trucks and forklift trucks
- Physiologically harmless once fully cured
The substrate must be firm, dimensionally stable, capable of bearing loads and free of loose constituents, dust, oil, grease, rubber marks and other substances that could interfere with adhesion.
The adhesive pull strength of the surface after priming must be at least 1.5 N/mm² on average (smallest single value min. 1.0 N/mm²), compressive strength at least 25 N/mm².
A suitable Remmers epoxy primer or epoxy scratch coat must always be used.
Refer to the current Technical Data Sheet for detailed information on the single products.
For works within the framework of the general building inspectorate approval, the substrates must correspond to the requirements of the approval and the system products mentioned therein must be used.
Add the entire quantity of the hardener (component B) to the base compound (component A).
Mix thoroughly with a slow-speed electric mixer
(approx. 300 - 400 rpm).
Pour the mixture into a separate container and mix again thoroughly.
Mix for at least 3 minutes.
Insufficient mixing is indicated by streaks forming.
Temperature Foot traffic after +8 °C 48 hours +12 °C 30 hours +20 °C 16 hours
Setting may be accelerated by adding ACC H. The associated directions for use are available upon request.
As a general principle, higher temperatures will reduce and lower temperatures will increase the times stated.
Working tools / cleaning
Toothed trowel, toothed squeegee, looped roller, spiked roller, suitable mixing equipment
More detailed information can be found in the Remmers Tool Programme.
Clean tools, equipment and splashed material immediately while fresh with V 101 Thinner.
Take suitable protective and waste disposal measures when cleaning.
Storage / shelf life
If stored unopened in the original container and kept cool, dry and protected from frost, min. 12 months (component A)/min. 24 months (component B).
See application examples
Application Degree of filling with Selectmix 01/03 Application rate binder [kg/m²] Application rate mixture [kg/m²] Possible toothed blade Application rate per mm layer thickness [kg/m²] Coating
< 1 mm
unfilled 0.8 - 1.0 0.8 - 1.0 No. 5 -- Coating approx. 1 mm unfilled 1.3 - 1.5 1.3 - 1.5 No. 7 1.50 Filled coating 1 : 0.3 min. 1.3 min. 1.8 No. 25 1.55 Filled coating 1 : 0.5 min. 1.5 min. 2.2 No. 46 1.65 Filled coating 1 : 0.7 min. 1.8 min. 3.1 No. 55 1.75
Pour the material onto the prepared substrate and then distribute using a suitable tool, e.g. a notched trowel or notched scraper.
Subsequently roll over with a looped or a spiked roller.
The application rate depends on the substrate, temperature, required coating thickness, and optical requirements.
Pour the material filled with Selectmix 01/03 on the previously prepared surface and distribute with a suitable toothed trowel/spreader and, if needed, roll over with a spiked roller.
The degree of filling must be chosen depending on substrate, temperature and required layer thickness.
Base layer for blinding layer
Pour the material filled up to 1 : 0.5 parts by weight onto the prepared surface, distribute with a suitable toothed trowel/spreader and, if necessary, roll over with a spiked roller.
Then liberally broadcast fire-dried quartz sand over the base layer while it is still fresh.
Remove any loose, excess material after hardening.
Pour the material onto the prepared surface, spread evenly using a rubber scraper, then roll crossways using a suitable epoxy roller.
approx. 0.5 - 0.8 kg/m² binder
Unless otherwise speciﬁed, all of the values and application rates given above have been determined under laboratory conditions (20 °C) using standard colours. Slight deviations from these values may arise if the product is worked with on site.
From experience, slightly opaque colours (e.g. yellow, red or orange, etc.) have a varnishing effect. Please consider this when choosing and assembling systems.
When coating continuous surfaces, only use materials with the same batch number as slight differences in colour, gloss and texture may occur.
Application of the mixture by toothed trowel/toothed spreader. If the product is applied with a smoothing trowel/screed levelling tool, trowel marks may be visible on the finished surface.
Special colours, low layer thickness or differing sand fractions as well as lower temperatures can reduce the maximum degree of filling of the material and possibly affect the visual appearance of the surface.
In case of repairs on the surface or working up to existing surfaces, there will be a visible transition in appearance and texture.
Abrasive mechanical loads leave traces of wear.
Exposure to vehicles with metal or polyamide tyres as well as dynamic concentrated loads can cause faster wearing of the coating.
Epoxy resins are generally not colourfast when exposed to UV light or weather.
Further notes on working, system construction and maintenance of the listed products can be found in the latest Technical Data Sheets and the Remmers system recommendations.
Larger quantities of leftover product should be disposed of in the original containers in accordance with the applicable regulations. Completely empty, clean containers should be recycled. Do not dispose of together with household waste. Do not allow to enter the sewage system. Do not empty into drains.
Safety / regulations
For professional users only!
For further information on the safety aspects of transporting, storing and handling the product and on disposal and environmental matters, please see the current Safety Data Sheet and the brochure entitled "Epoxy Resins in the Construction Industry and the Environment", issued by Deutsche Bauchemie e.V. (2nd edition 2009).