What is a CSP Profile?

For proper bonding of overlays and coatings, it is important that a concrete surface has the correct Concrete Surface Profile or CSP. A CSP rating is a standardized rating that allows you to visually determine the concrete surface roughness. The most important step in creating a quality floor is the preparation. For the proper bonding [...]

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What is the recommended coverage rate of FlexRock Coatings™?

FlexRock Coatings™ base has no solvents, is self-leveling, and once installed dries quickly. This thicker system is perfect for filling cracks and imperfections. Recommended thickness of 32 mils (250 sf / 5 gal) Coverage: 200-275 sq ft. / Kit. depending on technique & surface condition.

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Why is floor prep so important?

If you plan to overlay or restore existing concrete, proper surface preparation is essential to achieving good results. Preparing concrete surfaces for coatings, overlays, stains, or repair materials is a time-consuming task that many contractors perform reluctantly or are tempted to overlook altogether. If you've ever skipped this essential first step in the process, you [...]

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What are resinous floors?

Resinous is a type of flooring that is made of different chemistries such as FlexRock Coatings Base, epoxy, urethane, and methyl methacrylate (MMA). These are multi-component systems consisting of a resin and hardener, mixed together on-site prior to application. A chemical reaction between these components causes the mixture to harden. Resinous floors are preferred in [...]

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What is the product working time of FlexRock Coatings?

You will only have 30 to 40 minutes (See curing estimates chart) to apply your coating material (after Part A and Part B are mixed together) to the surfaces before the coating material starts to harden. In order to begin coating, the substrate must be dry which is generally not achievable without having the dew [...]

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What is the curing time for FlexRock Coatings Base?

When you finish mixing the Part A and Part B, the pot life will be about a half-hour at room temperature and a 24-hour cure. Wait approximately 24 hours (depending on temperature) for the Extreme Sealant and Coatings to dry prior to top coating with the clear coat of your choice.

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What are the storage recommendations for FlexRock Coatings Base?

It is recommended that Part A be stored at room temperature. No less than 32°F (0°C). The Part A bucket should be stored upside down for ease of mixing when used. Turn bucket upside (minimum. one day) before use. Recommended Part B be stored at temperatures between 75° to 105°F (24° to 41°C). Products must [...]

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