RSL Fastop TG69
RSL Fastop TG69 (formerly Resuthane TG69) is a water-based four component polyurethane floor screed.
Pack Size: 30kg
Fastop TG69 is a heavy duty polyurethane concrete floor screed that has excellent resistance to a wide variety of chemicals and temperatures up to 120°C and down to -40°C. Fastop TG69 provides a light anti-slip surface that is suitable for use in a variety of wet and dry environments. It provides a dense, impervious flooring solution that is resistant to abrasion and heavy impacts. The properties of Fastop TG69 make it ideal for applications in the food and beverage, chemical and pharmaceutical industries to provide a durable, long lasting floor. The product incorporates an anti-microbial agent to minimise microbial growth on the floor surface once installed and is taint free so can be installed in active food production areas.
- High chemical resistance
- Resistance to hot water & steam
- Excellent slip resistant finish
- Matt finish
- Extremely hard wearing
- Food safe and non-taint (Camden BRI Approved)
- HACCP Certified
- Can be applied to “green” concrete
- Minimal downtime, quick turnaround
- Bonds to slightly damp substrate
- Thermal shock resistant
- No moisture vapour emission testing required
- Unaffected by freeze/thaw cycles
- Wide service temperature range (-50°F to 266°F)
- Optional primer and topcoat
- Impact resistant
- Interior or exterior use
Black RAL 9017, Red RAL 3011, Light Grey RAL 7004, Dark Grey RAL 7005, Buff, Blue, Green, Marigold
30 kg will cover 2.38 m² @ 6 mm or 1.59 m2 @ 9 mm
*Coverage rate is calculated based on a sealed and smooth surface and may vary based on the substrate roughness and other conditions.
- Food manufacture & processing
- Brewing & beverage
- Commercial Kitchens
- Pharmaceutical & chemical plant processing
- Abattoirs and meat processing facilities
- Heavy duty plant and traffic areas
New Concrete Floors: New concrete must be clean, sound, dry, fully cured and surface laitance removed by vacuum enclosed shot blasting or mechanical grinding, a minimum strength of 25 N/mm² is required. Existing Concrete Floors: Remove all dirt, oil, grease, old paint or any other surface contaminants by vacuum enclosed shot blasting, scarifying or mechanical grinding. Fats, oils or greases must be removed by mechanical means and detergent washing and making sure all residue of detergent is washed and removed by rinsing with clean water. Local repairs should be carried out using Fastop BU.
Existing Floors (previously coated): All previous coatings and loose floor paints must be removed by mechanical preparation as described in the above section and primed as specified. If the old resin flooring cannot be removed then please consult with our technical team for advice on inter-coat adhesion and suitability, as it may not be compatible with the existing floor coating. Anchor Joints: To ensure the maximum bond is achieved, grooves must be cut into the perimeter of the subfloor, typically 20 mm deep by 10 mm wide. These should be inset approximately 150 mm from and running parallel with the walls and adjacent to any doorways, plinths etc. including any finished edge, i.e. both sides of a day work joint. The groove must have a neat square edge and the Fastop TG69 laid to the full depth forming a perimeter anchorage.
Add the Fastop Multi blank base component A pouch and then the Fastop Multi colour pack pouch contents into a mixing bucket or directly into a rotary drum mixer, mix thoroughly for one minute then add the Fastop Multi hardener B pouch component. If a separate bucket has been used pour the combined mix into a rotary drum mixer and add the aggregate component steadily, until a homogeneous mix of the four components is achieved.
Add the FasTop Multi coloured base component A pouch into a mixing bucket or directly into a rotary drum mixer, then add the Fastop Multi hardener B pouch component. If a separate bucket has been used pour the combined mix into a rotary drum mixer and add the Fastop TG69 aggregate component steadily, until a homogeneous mix of the three components is achieved.
Apply immediately to prepared areas. When priming a surface this should be tack free and Fastop TG69 should be applied at the required rate as soon after mixing as possible. Level between battens as necessary with a steel float, alternatively a sledge can be used set at the required thickness and again finished with a steel float. Where ease of cleaning is very important alongside slip resistance, the final finish can be smoothed by back rolling with a short nap roller. A single pass with the weight of the roller is usually sufficient. Delay can result in variation in surface finish, colour and add to application problems. Fastop TG69 may be applied to substrates with a surface temperature in the range of 5-20°C and a relative humidity.
For further advice regarding the use of this product, technical support or a quotation please contact us.