Neoprene Primer is nonflammable, suitable for use over normal underfloor heating installations and is coloured green to provide the user with visual control of coverage uniformity.
For use on absorbent surfaces such as concrete, sand/cement and synthetic anhydrite screeds; plywood, hardboard and chipboard.
Single component 5 litre bottle.
5 litres of Neoprene Primer mixed with 20 litres of water will cover approximately 100m².
Protect from frost and store under dry warehouse conditions at a temperature between 10°C and 30°C.
12 months in unopened containers and stored under good conditions.
Floor surfaces must be sound, smooth, dry and free from contaminants that may prevent adhesion. Concrete and sand/cement screeds must be fully cured and any laitance or surface treatments must be removed. Existing adhesive should be mechanically removed until only a minimal firmly bonded residue remains.
The temperature of the surface must be above 10°C when the primer is applied to the subfloor and underfloor heating must be off for at least 48 hours before and after application. Ensure the subfloor is dry and incorporates an effective damp proof membrane.
SHAKE WELL BEFORE USE. For absorbent surfaces add one part Neoprene Primer to 4 parts of clean cold water and stir until thoroughly dispersed. Apply the Neoprene Primer evenly to the whole surface using a soft broom/ brush and allow it to dry completely. Apply a further applications, adding one part Neoprene Primer to 3 parts clean cold water and allow to dry thoroughly. Ensure sufficient coats of Neoprene primer are installed to reduce the risk of air transfer from dry, porous substrates.
Refer to General Guidance notes below.
Wash with warm water immediately after use.
Avoid excessive trafficking of the subfloor once the primer has dried.
HEALTH AND SAFETY
Please consult the appropriate Material Safety Data Sheets prior to using Neoprene Primer.
This data sheet is for general guidance purposes only and may contain information that is inappropriate for certain conditions of use. Accordingly, all recommendations and suggestions are made without guarantee. Further information is available from our Technical Department