Modified Polyamine Epoxy
High-solids moisture tolerant epoxy used for priming concrete, wood and drywall. Also as a stand-alone one-coat clear floor sealer. Excellent chemical resistance for a variety of substrates.
Series 201 meets the requirements of LEED-Low-Emitting Materials, Collaborative for High Performance Schools-Paints & Coatings, WELL Building Standard-VOC Restrictions , and Living Building Challenge–Healthy Interior Performance. Contact your Tnemec representative for more information.View more product details
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Series 130, 215, 217, 218, 1254
Note: A repair kit of 201, with Part C fumed silica, is available for small patching/surfacing repairs. For more extensive repairs and additional information, contact your Tnemec representative or Tnemec Technical Services.
Concrete: Horizontal: 6.0 to 12.0 mils (150 to 305 microns) per coat. Vertical: 4.0 to 6.0 mils (100 to 150 microns) per coat.
Wall board, Drywall & Wood: 4.0 to 6.0 mils (100 to 150 microns) per coat—two coats applied at 30 to 45 minute intervals.
Volatile Organic Compounds
Unthinned: 0.24 lbs/gallon (28 grams/litre)
Thinned 5% (No. 2 Thinner): 0.57 lbs/gallon (68 grams/litre)
Thinned 5% (No. 42 Thinner): 0.55 lbs/gallon (65 grams/litre)
Unthinned: 0.0 lbs/gal solids
Thinned 5% (No. 2 Thinner): 0.37 lbs/gal solids
Thinned 5% (No. 42 Thinner): 0.0 lbs/gal solids
Note: For taping joints on wall board or drywall in areas that will be frequently wet, subject to chemical cleaning, thermal shock, impact, and VHP (or similar) cleaning: use Sheetrock brand Durabond 90. For taping joints on wood or cement board, use Series 273 Part D fiberglass tape and Series 215 as taping compound. Reference Technical Bulletin 21-118.
1,604 mil sq ft/gal (39.4 m²/L at 25 micons). See APPLICATION for coverage rates.
|Temperature||Maximum Recoat Time||To Place in Service|
|75°F (24°C)||24 hours||24 hours|
Curing time varies with surface temperature, air movement, humidity and film thickness.
Ventilation: When spray-applied, provide adequate ventilation during application and cure. Reference ventilation guidelines contained in the latest edition of AWWA D 102. Note: If Series 201 is used as the primer for a mortar system, the mortar application should take place while the Series 201 is still tacky, typically up to four hours, otherwise, aggregate should be lightly broadcast into the primer so to provide tooth to hold the mortar in place when spread. When the Series 201 is used as a vertical or horizontal primer for a thin film system, the 201 should be allowed to dry hard without exceeding the 24 hour recoat window. If Series 201 is used as the primer for the Series 270 Stranlok system, the Series 201 should be allowed to tack up for approximately one to four hours depending upon temperature but not allowed to dry hard.
Number of Components
Two: Part A and Part B (2 Parts A to 1 Part B by volume)
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