Congrip - Heavy Duty Non-Slip Floor Coating
For areas where there is a need for added protection against slips and trips, Congrip high build solvent free epoxy is ideal. Suitable for both pedestrian and forklift traffic, this heavy duty coating minimises hazardous areas in the workplace. Various grades are available.
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A solvent-free, epoxy resin, non-slip coating designed to provide a hard-wearing, dust-free and chemically resistant finish for flooring in industrial and heavily pedestrianised areas. It can also be used on internal walkways, ramps, car parking sites and other areas where loss of traction is a safety consideration.
The Congrip system can also be used to enhance other Conren products and a number of different grades are available to achieve various surface textures.
Colours: 9 standard colours are available. Other colours can be formulated on request, from both the BS4800 and RAL colour groups. Certain non-standard colours may be subject to a minimum order quantity or surcharge.
Conren recommend mechanical preparation for most substrates prior to installation of epoxy resin coatings/screeds and offer a range of primer systems to suit most situations.
Where the moisture content in a new concrete slab exceeds 75% RH, e.g. in fast track construction projects, Conren WD Aquatect, water vapour suppressant/primer should be used. Consult Conren for recommendations and details.
Existing surfaces must be clean, dry and free from contamination which can prevent the effective adhesion of coatings and screeds. For heavily oil contaminated surfaces, the concrete should be shotblasted and subjected to hot compresses air (HCA) followed by a holding primer of WD Bonder or WD Aquatect. Consult with Conren for full details.
Most epoxy and polyurethane systems can be applied to timber surfaces, metal structures and other substrates.
Conren produce Flexijoint, a joint system to suit all manner of construction methods, including crack induced/sawn joints and pre-formed expansion joints as well as coved skirting details and other finishing requirements.
Conren will carry out site surveys and offer technical advice on the use and performance of all Conren products. A maintenance range of products is available for end user application.
Consult Conren Ltd technical literature for details. Conren Ltd can also provide a design and specification service and it is recommended that they are consulted early in the design process.
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As clauses 230 and 240. Consult Conren for additional advice on preparing contaminated surfaces or dealing with fast track application on new concrete.
Resin flooring system:
Manufacturer: Conren Limited, Unit 1, The Bridge Business Centre, Ash Road South, Wrexham Industrial Estate, Wrexham LL13 9UG. Tel: 01978 661 991 Fax:01978 664 664. Email: email@example.com Web: www.conren.com
Primer reference: A primer may be required for special situations – consult with Conren for recommendations and details.
Resin flooring reference: Congrip Heavy Duty Non-slip Coating, comprising Congrip Basecoat, aggregate and Congerip Topcoat.
Mix Congrip Basecoat and apply immediately using a paintbrush or lambswool roller. Within 20 to 30 minutes of application, broadcast aggregate across surface until there is no resin showing through. Allow to cure overnight.
Mix Congrip Topcoat and apply immediately using a paintbrush or lambswool roller as a thin continuous film. Avoid over application.
Nominal thickness: Consult with Conren Ltd for recommendations and details.
Colour: Light Grey / Dark Grey / Light Stone / Tile Red / Light Green / Mid Green / Cream / Arctic Blue / Conren Blue
Surface finish/treatment: Not applicable
Resin skirtings/upstands: Consult with Conren Ltd for recommendations and details.