Field of ApplicationFor mineral floorspaces exposed to average mechanical loads (soft tyre equipment, max. 2 t load per axle), in industrial and commercial areas requiring non-slip/-skid finish.
Due to the emission-minimised, ecologically compatible formulation, particularly suitable for all »sensitive/delicate« areas, as e.g. lounges, etc.
If applied in a system with Disboxid 471 AS-Grund:
- Suitable for areas with a risk of explosion due to electrostactic charges as per GUV-R 132, e.g. for production or storage rooms of explosive materials.
- Suitable for the protection of ESD-sensitive electronic devices against electrostatic phenomenes as per DIN EN 61340-5-1, as e.g. factory halls of the semiconductor industry, laboratories, rooms with electronic forklift trucks and aircraft maintenance halls.
- Suitable for use in ESD areas, DIN EN 61340-4-1, DIN EN 61340-4-5 (walking test) and DIN IEC 61340-5-1.
- Tested for harmful substances.
- For preparing wear-resistant, non-slip top coatings in one procedure, without additional strewing of quartz sand.
- Extremely abrasion- and slip-resistant surface with low consumption.
- High resistance to mechanical loads.
- Good chemical resistance.
- Permanently conductive top coating as per DIN EN 61340-5-1; DIN EN 61340-4-1 and DIN EN 61340-4-5 (system resistance person-shoe-floor and walking test).
- Controllable and constant consumption due to material-specific application.
|Tested according to AgBB test criteria for VOC emissions of building materials in interior rooms. |
The evaluations scheme of AgBB (Ausschuß zur gesundheitlichen Bewertung von Bauprodukten / Committee for the evaluation of building materials regarding health effect) has been derived by the Environmental and Health Authorities for the use of building materials in sensitive areas, e.g. lounges.
Material Base / VehicleLiquid two-component epoxy resin with fine additives. Total solid as per "Deutsche Bauchemie".
Packaging/Package Size15 kg tin combi-packaging, 25 kg container (base: 16.7 kg hobbock, hardener: 8.3 kg tin bucket)
Stone-grey (Steingrau), Pebble-grey (Kieselgrau). Individual colours on request.
Exclusive colour-designing possible with FloorColor colour collection. Discolouration and chalking effects may occur with weathering and UV light exposure. The organic dyestuffs/colourants in, e.g. coffee, red wine or leaves and various chemicals, e.g. disinfectants, acids, etc., may cause discolouration.
Colour deviations may occur with the use of individual/special colours. The filler may influence the colour effect, particularly if bright-toned product or material in intensive colours are used. Scratch marks may appear on the surface due to continued rubbing/sliding. Proper functioning of the coating will not be affected by these changes.
StorageKeep in a cool, dry and frost-free place.
Shelf life of the original, tightly closed containers: minimum 2 years. If temperatures are low, the material should be stored at 20 °C before application.
- Resistance to earth ≤ 106 Ohm as per DIN EN 61340-4-1 or DIN EN 1081
- Walking test as per EN 61340-4-5 Charge < 100 V
DensityApprox. 1.7 g/cm3
Dry film thicknessCaused by the rough texture approx.
250 µm on an average, maximum
particle/grit size approx. 600 µm
Abrasion to Taber (CS 10/1000 U/1000 g)Cannot be measured
|Chemical Resistance according to DIN EN ISO 2812-3:2007 at 20 ° C|
|Acetic acid 5 % sol.||+ (V)|
|Lactic acid 10 % sol.||+/-|
|Phosphoric acid 50 % sol.||+/-|
|Nitric acid 5 % sol.||+ (V)|
|Hydrochloric acid 30 - 32 % sol.||+ (V)|
|Sulphuric acid 35 % sol.||+ (V)|
|Citric acid 10 % sol.||+|
|Ammonia solution 25 %||+|
|Hydrogen peroxide 30 % sol.||+/-|
|Caustic potash solution 50%||+|
|Caustic soda solution 50 %||+|
|Group: 1 Motor fuels||+ (V)|
|Group: 7a Biodiesel||+|
|Skydrol (hydraulic fluid/medium/oil)||+/-|
|Legend: + = 7 days resistant, +/- = 1 day resistant, (V) = Discolouration|
Suitable SubstratesConcrete and cement-based composition floor (cement screed).
The substrate must be sound, dimensionally stable, solid, dry, clean, and free from loose/brittle particles, dust, oils, fats/greases, rubber abrasion (skid marks) or other substances that may prevent good adhesion.
The pull-off (adhesive/tensile bond) strength of substrates must be 1.5 N/mm2 on an average, with a minimum individual value of 1.0 N/mm2.
Substrates must have achieved their equilibrium humidity:
Concrete and cement-based composition floor (screed): max. 4 % by weight (CM method)
Test method for the mentioned values as per DAfStb, Maintenance Guideline part 3.
Rising damp/moisture must be avoided. If a risk of moisture from the ground is expected, then a pore-free priming coat of Disboxid E.MI Primer or Disboxid 462 EP-Siegel Neu (New) has to be applied.
In such a case the pull-off (adhesive/tensile bond) strength of substrates must be 2.0 N/mm2 on an average, with a minimum individual value of 1.5 N/mm2.
For all other substrates or proceedings a special technical advice by Disbon is required.
Substrate PreparationPrepare the existing cement-based substrate very thoroughly by shot-blasting with solid shot/grit (shot peening), avoiding dust due to simultaneous suction-cleaning.
The degree of removing layers of lower adherence is depending on pressure, type and amount of shot-blasting medium.
Grinding is only permissible for small (border) areas, except for the preparation using diamond grinding technique to remove layers of lower adherence.
In Germany: Follow BEB-Arbeitsblatt KH-0/U✱ and BEB-Arbeitsblatt KH3✱, as well as Table 2.5 of the Guideline "Richtline Schutz und Instandsetzung von Betonbauteilen, Teil 2 des "Deutschen Ausschuß für Stahlbeton" / Protection & Repair of concrete elements, part 2 of "German Committeee for reinforced concrete".
Thoroughly clean existing, rigid/stiff 2-component coatings and roughen/flatten them by grinding or blasting to remove all remaining substances, care products and the like from the surface to be coated.
Repair spallings and defects with Disbocret® PCC or Disboxid EP mortars, filling them flush with the surface.
All material with silicone content cannot be used in the surrounding area (ambiance) before and during work, in order to avoid defects in the surface.
✱ Bundesverband Estrich und Belag e.V., 53842 Troisdorf-Oberlar, GERMANY
(German Federal Association Screed and Coating)
Preparation of MaterialAdd the hardener to the base material and stir intensively with a suitable low-speed electric paddle mixer (agitator; max. 400 rpm), until a homogeneous, streak-free colour shade is achieved. Pour the mixture into another clean container and continue stirring. Stir mixed material occasionally, during longer breaks.
Mixing RatioBase material : hardener = 2 : 1 parts by weight.
Method of ApplicationApply the material with a smoothing trowel (steel float) and solvent-resistant texturing roller.
Surface Coating System
Prime mineral substrates with Disboxid 420 E.MI Primer, filling all pores. Apply the primer with a smooth hard-rubber wiper (squeegee) working in back-pull technique, then treat the surface crosswise by roller.
Disboxid 420 E.MI Primer approx. 300 - 400 g/m2
Scratch-Filler (if necessary)
Level rough, porous substrates after priming with an additional coat of scratch-filler.
Disboxid 420 E.MI Primer approx. 660 g/m2 per mm of coating thickness
Disboxid 942 Mischquarz approx. 1 kg/m2 per mm of coating thickness.
Alternatively the following products can be used for priming and scratch-filler application, as per requirement:
Disboxid 460 EP-Ground
Disboxid 461 EP-Filler
Disboxid 462 EP-Siegel Neu (New)
For further details see the corresponding Technical Information.
Please note: If Disboxid 420 E.MI Primer is used for priming/scratch-filler application, then the surface must be recoated within 24 hours. Intermediate grinding is obligatory for longer waiting times. For all other priming materials follow the waiting times given in the corresponding Technical Information.
Primed or filled surfaces can be tinted to match the following coatings in shade, in order to enhance the opacity of bright-coloured product and poorly hiding individual colours. A system coating as per AgBB test criteria is not possible, if Disboxid 460 EP-Ground and Disboxid 461 EP-Filler are used.
Application as Conductive Coating:
Laying the earthing connections
Allow the priming/scratch-filler coating to harden, then stick self-adhesive copper strips Disbon 973 (length: approx. 50 cm) circulating the wall area (see figure) in a distance of max. 20 m. A minimum of two earth connections is required. For this purpose use the Disboxid 975 Leitset (conductive set) with necessary contact points.
Surfaces that are separated by joints must be separately grounded. A maximum distance of ≤ 20 m between copper strips has to be respected in case of large, seamless surfaces.
Clean the surface of applied copper strips with a cloth, wetted with thinner Disboxid 419 Verdünner. The copper strips must always be connected by an expert for electrical supply with the earthing/grounding of the building after having finished the application of coatings.Layout for earthing connections:
1. Disbon 973 Kupferband
2. Braided wire made of copper, 4 mm2 for connection to the earthing/grounding (ring line)
Conductive intermediate coating:
Roller-apply a conductive coating of Disboxid 471 AS-Grund or Disboxid 5022 WHG-Leitschicht on the priming coat. Allow the intermediate (conductive) coat to harden, then, before applying the finishing coat, check for sufficient conductivity. Resistance to earth must not exceed 5 x 104 ohm. Distance between measuring electrode and ground connection should be between 8 to 10 meters. Additional earthing connections must be installed, if the resistance is higher.
Disboxid 471 AS-Grund approx. 100 g/m2
Disboxid 5022 WHG-Leitschicht approx. 120 g/m2
|Note: Ensure sufficient ventilation during drying and curing phases. On principle only one following coat is applicable. For repairs or reworks a conductive intermediate coat of Disboxid 471 AS-Grund or Disboxid 5022 WHG-Leitschicht (including earthing) is always required.|
Apply a thin coat of Disboxid 467 E.MI Hartkornschicht with stainless steel smoothing trowel on the primer/scratch-filler coating or use Disboxid 471 AS-Grund or Disboxid 5022 WHG-Leitschicht for conductive coating system, then draw sharply over the surface.
After that, treat the surface cross-wise with a coarse Moltopren roller (pore diameter approx. 2 mm). Therefore the freshly coated surface is walkable with special hobnailed boots. During application the roller should be rolled from time to time on a neutral substrate to become dry and should be replaced for the work on large surfaces after approx. 100 m2 of usage.
Disboxid 467 E.MI Hartkornschicht approx. 600 g/m2
Blow approx. 80 g/m2 of SiC (Silicon Carbide) 0.5 - 1.0 mm to the coating before the surface is rolled cross-wise (to obtain anti-slip class R11) and apply as described above.
Disboxid 467 E.MI Hartkornschicht approx. 600 g/m2
SiC (Silicon Carbide) 0.5-1.0 mm approx. 80 g/m2
✱ Determine the exact amount of material required by coating a test area on site.
|Priming Coat||approx. 300 - 400 g/m2|
|Scratch Filler (if necessary)|
Disboxid 420 E.MI Primer
Disboxid 942 Mischquarz
approx. 660 g/m2
approx. 1.000 g/m2
per mm of coating thickness
|Conductive Coating (system)|
Disboxid 471 AS-Grund
Disboxid 5022 WHG-Leitschicht
approx. 100 g/m2
approx. 120 g/m2
|Coating R 10|
Disboxid 467 E.MI Hartkornschicht
approx. 600 g/m2
|Coating R 11|
Disboxid 467 E.MI Hartkornschicht
SiC (Silicon Carbide) 0.5 - 1.0 mm
approx. 600 g/m2
approx. 80 g/m2
At 20 °C and 60 % relative humidity (RH), approx. 40 minutes.
Higher temperatures shorten and lower temperatures extend the pot life.
|Note: Due to the short pot life the material must be applied speedily, to avoid visible lapping.|
Application ConditionsTemperature of Material, Ambient Air and Substrate:
Temperature must remain at a min. of 10 °C, max. 30 °C.
Relative humidity must not exceed 80 %. The substrate temperature should always be min. 3 °C above the dew point temperature.
Waiting TimeWaiting time between Disboxid 420 E.MI Primer and the subsequently applied coating: min. 12 hours, max. 24 hours. Waiting time between Disboxid 471 AS-Grund and top coating: min. 16 hours, max.
2 days. Higher temperatures shorten and lower temperatures extend these time periods.
Drying/Drying TimeAt 20 °C and 60% relative humidity, walkable after approx. 1 day. Completely hardened after approx.
7 days. Lower temperatures extend the drying time. During the hardening process (approx. 24 hours at 20 °C), the applied coating has to be protected against moisture to avoid surface faults and loss of adhesion.
Tool CleaningClean tools/equipment immediately after use or during longer breaks with suitable medium as per table below.
|Disboxid 419 Verdünner|
|Disboxid 471||Water or warm soapy water|
German CertificatesCurrent information on request.
Cleaning and MaintenanceFollow the general advice for cleaning and care of Disbon floor coatings.
Special Risks (Hazard Note) / Safety Advice (Status as at Date of Publication)Restricted to professional users.
Base material (Component A):
Causes skin irritation. May cause an allergic skin reaction. Causes serious eye irritation. Toxic to aquatic life with long lasting effects.
Do not get in eyes, on skin, or on clothing. Avoid release to the environment. Use personal protective equipment as required. IF ON SKIN: Wash with plenty of soap and water. IF IN EYES: Rinse cautiously with water for several minutes. Remove contact lenses, if present and easy to do. Continue rinsing.Contains epoxy constituents. May cause an allergic reaction. See information supplied by the manufacturer.
Hardener (Component B):
Causes severe skin burns and eye damage. May cause an allergic skin reaction. Flammable liquid and vapour. Do not get in eyes, on skin, or on clothing. Avoid release to the environment. Use personal protective equipment as required. IF ON SKIN: Wash with plenty of soap and water. IF IN EYES: Rinse cautiously with water for several minutes. Remove contact lenses, if present and easy to do. Continue rinsing.
DisposalMaterials and all related packaging must be disposed of in a safe way in accordance with the full requirements of the local authorities. Particular attention should be made to removing wastage from site in compliance with standard construction site procedures.
In Germany: Only completely empty containers should be handed in for recycling. Liquid and hardened materials which contain organic solvents or other hazardous substances shall be disposed of as paint waste. Uncured product residues are special/hazardous waste.
EU limit value for the VOC contentof this product (category A/j): max. 500 g/l (2010). This product contains max. 30 g/l VOC.
GiscodeRE 1 (Germany)
Further DetailsSee Material Safety Data Sheets. Follow the application references and the advice for care and maintenance of floorages while applying our materials.
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|EN 13813:2002 Synthetic screed/Synthetic resin coating for interior use|
|Reaction to fire||Efl|
|Release of corrosive substances||SR|
|Water vapour permeability||NPD|
|Wear resistance||≤ AR1|
|Adhesive tensile strength||≥ B1.5|
|Impact strength||≥ IR4|
CE labelling is based on EN 13813 "Screed mortars, screed compounds and screeds – screed mortars and screed compounds – Properties and Requirements" defining the requirements for screed mortars being used for floor constructions in the interiors. The standard also include synthetic resin coatings and sealing.
Matching products show the CE sign on the container. Corresponding information (performance record according to BauPVO) is given on the website www.disbon.de
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