Series N218


Generic Type

Epoxy Modified Cementitious Mortar

Common Usage

A high-performance, aggregate-reinforced material for surfacing, patching, and filling voids and bug holes in concrete substrates. Once cured, it results in a smooth application with one of the hardest mortar surfaces in the industry. Generally topcoated with a variety of high-performance coatings without the need for further preparation. Series N218 exhibits excellent performance properties with incredible adhesion and enhanced barrier sealing capabilities which also assists with minimizing outgassing.

Special Qualifications

Series N218 is acceptable for use on the interior of potable water concrete storage tanks and reservoirs when topcoated with an NSF/ANSI/CAN Std. 61 certified protective coating. Contact your Tnemec representative for approved systems and additional information.

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Series 21, 22, FC22, 66, N69, N69F, L69, L69F, V69, V69F, 161, 434, 435, 436, 451, 454, 456, 457.

Curing Time

Temperature To Touch To Recoat with Itself To Topcoat
75°F (24°C) 50% R.H. 3-4 hours unlimited 15 hours minimum

Recommended DFT

Parge Coat: 1/16” to 1” (62.5 to 1000 mils) per lift
Feather-Edge Capable: 1/32”(31.25 mils)

Theoretical Coverage

1,604 mil sq ft/gal (39.3 m²/L at 25 microns). See APPLICATION for coverage rates.


Concrete: Self-priming
CMU: Self-priming

Volume Solids

100% (mixed)

Number of Components

Three: Part A (epoxy), Part B (amine), and Part C (cement blend).

Volatile Organic Compounds

0.00 lbs/gallon (0 grams/litre)

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