Decorative Flake-Filled Modified Polyamine Epoxy
A low ambering, multi-purpose epoxy coating with enhanced UV stability and resistance to yellowing. Series N224 is a customized decorative floor topping utilizing colored flake, broadcast either at random or refusal. It protects concrete surfaces from impact and abrasion and has excellent chemical resistance with an aesthetically pleasing appearance.
Series N224 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
Number of Components
Two Liquids: Part A and Part B (2 Parts A to 1 Part B by volume).
Colored Flake: Series N224 Part C colored flake is available from Tnemec or can be purchased from a different supplier.
Series 206, 215. Note: A repair kit of 201, with Part C fumed silica or Series N224 with fumed silica, is available for small patching/surfacing repairs. For more extensive repairs and additional information, contact your Tnemec representative or Tnemec Technical Services.
1,604 mil sq ft/gal (39.4 m²/L at 25 microns). See APPLICATION for coverage rates.
Volatile Organic Compounds
Unthinned: 0.13 lbs/gallon (15 grams/litre)
20 mils to 1/16” depending on broadcast method.
Gloss. Decorative quartz—multi-colored appearance. The finished appearance and texture depend on the type, film thickness, and the number of clear finish coats selected.
Random Flake Broadcast: Series N224, 237, 238, 247, 248, N284, N285, 286, 296
Refusal Flake Broadcast: Series N224, 237, 238, 247, 248, 256, 257, N284, N285, 286, 296.
Note: If Series 247, 248, N285, or 296 is selected for the finish coat, an intermediate coat of Series N284 is required. Note: Series N224 must be broadcast to refusal with flake prior to topcoating with Series 256 or 257.
|Temperature||To Topcoat/Broadcast||To Place in Service|
|75°F (24°C)||12 to 72 hours||24 hours|
Note: If more than 72 hours have elapsed between coats, the coated surface must be mechanically abraded before topcoating. Note: There is no maximum recoat time if flake has been broadcast to refusal into the preceding coat. Curing time varies with surface temperature, air movement, humidity and film thickness.
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