Self-smoothening anti-static, conductive epoxy-based floor topping from 1 - 2 mm thickness
Vetotop EL383 is a two-component solvent-free, conductive epoxy flooring system that consists of an insulating primer, self-adhesive conductive tape, conductive primer, and a conductive top layer with excellent abrasion and chemical resistance. Anti-static floors are required to control static electricity, such as in hospital operating rooms, cleaning rooms, and hazardous & chemical environments.
Vetotop EL383 is supplied in a 7 Liters kit, a Theoretical Yield of 4.7 m2/ kit @ 1.5mm thickness.
Vetoprime EP491 is supplied in 15 Liters kit, a Theoretical Yield of 7-10 m2/ Liter.
Vetoprime EP381 is supplied in a 6.5 Liters kit, a Theoretical Yield of 6-8 m2/ Liter.
Stated consumption data are for general guidance. Actual consumption depends on the nature of substrate, method of application, and wastage.
The original sealed kit of Vetotop EL383 has a shelf life of 12 months, provided it is stored clear of ground in a dry and shaded place below 25ºC.
Vetotop EL383 is supplied in two pre-weighed packs (base and hardener), ready for immediate on-site use. Part mixing of these components is not acceptable and will affect both the finished floor's performance and appearance. Carry out the mixing using either a forced action mixer or a heavy-duty mobile mixer fitted with a jiffy-type mixing paddle. All such equipment should be of a type and capacity approved by Saveto. Mix the components in a suitably sized mixing vessel. Stir the base and hardener components individually, then empty the components into the mixing vessel scrapping the edges and mix for 2 minutes. Slowly Add the filler pack content and mix for a further 3 minutes until obtaining a completely homogeneous material.
Ensure sufficient labor and materials to make the mixing and the subsequent application process a continuous one for any given, independent floor area. Once the components are mixed, use the material within its specified pot life. Pour the material onto the prepared and primed substrate as soon as mixing is complete. Spread it to a thickness of 1.5-2mm using a notched trowel or a gauged spreader, taking care not to overwork the resin, spreading evenly and slowly. After laying, roll the material immediately, using a spiked nylon roller to remove slight trowel marks and assist air release. Use a ‘back and forth’ technique along the same path for rolling. An overlap of 50% with adjacent paths is recommended. Further light rolling may be required to remove surface imperfections or for subsequent release of trapped air but should be before the product's setting.
Remove Vetoprime EP491, Vetoprime EP381, and Vetotop EL383 from tools and equipment with Vetonit Solvent XX400 immediately after use. Remove hardened material can only be removed mechanically.
The surface should be sound, clean, free from loose material, grease, laitance, dirt curing compound, etc. Laitance and weak surface layer shall be removed using mechanical methods such as grinding or blasting to provide a sound, well-profiled surface.
Materials should be pre-conditioned at 25°C to reduce the possibility of flash and slow setting.
Repair all necessary repairs before application by using epoxy mortar from the Vetorep ER range.
New concrete floors shall be at least 28 days old with a moisture content of less than 5% (shall earlier application be required testing of substrate for moisture conditions shall be made).
Prime the substrate with Vetoprime EP491 before the application of Vetotop EL393.
Mix Vetoprime EP491 in the proportions supplied. Add the entire contents of the hardener container to the base container. When thoroughly mixed, preferably using a slow speed mixer, apply the primer in a thin, continuous film using rollers or stiff brushes.
Work the primer well into the concrete's surface, taking care to avoid ponding or over application. Leave the primer to achieve a tack-free condition before applying Vetoprime EP381.
After Vetoprime EP491 dries, fix self-adhesive conductive tape over the primed surface.
Mix Vetoprime EP381 as per the above mixing instructions of Vetoprime EP491. Apply Vetoprime EP381 at a rate of 8-10m2/liter in a single coat.
Consult Saveto technical representative for proper installation procedure as per the established norms and guidelines for optimum connectivity and results.
Vetotop EL383, Vetoprime EP491, Vetoprime EP381, and Vetonit Solvent XX400 should not contact skin and eyes or be swallowed. Ensure adequate ventilation and avoid inhalation of vapors. Some people are sensitive to resins, hardeners, and solvents. Wear suitable protective clothing, gloves, and eye protection. If working in confined areas, use suitable respiratory protective equipment.
Saveto endeavors to ensure that any advice, recommendations, information it may give is accurate and correct. It cannot accept any liability, either directly or indirectly arising from the use of its products, because it has no direct or continuous control over where or how its products are applied, whether or not following any advice, specification, recommendation, or information given by us. Saveto has the right to change any of the technical data sheets' specifications upon its discretion without prior notification.
Hard copies of TDSs are printed once or twice a year. Our technical data sheets are continuously updated as per R&D improvements and new 3rd party testing; kindly refer to our website for the latest updated TDSs.
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