Shock-Crete SL2

Self-leveling base layer for use in cementitious urethane flooring systems (1/8-3/16″ / 0.32-0.48 cm). Flake, colored quartz, or sand can be broadcast in to create a more decorative flooring system. Contains Polygiene® which has antimicrobial properties that protect it from degradation caused by microorganisms. Demonstrates excellent resistance to thermal shock, mechanical damage, and chemical attack.

Technical Data Sheet | Safety Data Sheet [Part A] | Safety Data Sheet [Part B] | Safety Data Sheet [Filler]

Systems:

Features:

  • Unaffected by MVT (moisture vapor transmission)
  • Excellent chemical resistance
  • High abrasion resistance
  • Resistant to thermal shock
  • Withstands mechanical stress
  • Easy to clean and sterilize surface
  • Resistant to steam cleaning
  • Positive slip resistance
  • May be applied to “green” concrete
  • Ultra low VOC/odor
  • Suitable for use in USDA inspected facilities
  • Can be used in decorative flake or quartz systems

Color:

  • Stocked Colors: Red (Q501), Mid Gray (Q703), Cream (Q202), Dark Gray (Q704), Tan (Q204), Khaki (Q205), Green (Q302), and Safety Yellow (Q603), and Black (Q900).

Finish:

  • Matte

Primer:

  • Self Priming

Recommended Thickness:

  • 1/8″-3/16” (3.17-4.76 mm)

Typical Uses:

  • General concrete restoration
  • Breweries and beverage plants
  • Food processing plants
  • Meat packaging plants
  • Automotive aisleways
  • Machine shops
  • Laboratories

Coverage Rate:

  • 94 ft² at 3/32″ per 61 lb unit (8.7 m² at 0.24cm per 27.7 kg unit)
  • 63 ft² at 1/8″ per 61 lb unit (5.9 m² at 0.32cm per 27.7 kg unit)

VOC Values:

  • As supplied: 0.04 lbs/gal (5 g/L)

Dry Temp. Resistance:

  • Continuous: 180°F (82°C)
  • Non-Continuous: 220°F (104°C)

Limitations:

  • Shock-Crete SL2 may change color over time depending on exposure to UV light and heat. This does not compromise the product’s chemical resistance or physical characteristics.

Topcoats:

  • Shock-Crete Topcoat, Shock-Crete TCUV, Sealer 985, Sealer 30 or as or as recommended by Dudick.