Ozone Epoprime

High-performance surface primer.



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Description Ozone Epoprime is a solvent-free adhesion promoter for use in difficult conditions where a more conventional primer may not give adequate performance, providing a moisture barrier tack coat to green or damp concrete and as an excellent anti-corrosion protection primer for steel.
Primary Applications All cementitious substrates including damp/green concrete allowing the application of either epoxy or polyurethane self leveler or screed. To allow the early application of methacrylate waterproof coatings.
Chemical resistant primer.
Other damp or difficult to wet out substrates.
Features & benefits It provides a barrier between damp or wet surfaces and moisture-sensitive finishing coats such as epoxy and polyurethane floor finishes. It offers a high degree of anti-corrosion protection. Relatively low viscosity with good working properties.
Outstanding adhesion to damp concrete or sandblasted steel.
Slight flexibility.
Type Solvent-free epoxy
S.G. 1.08
Viscosity 800-1200 MPa’s
Gel Time 130 minutes @ 20°C
Coverage 6-8 m2 /kg
Flash Point 76°C
Storage Temperature 2-40°C
Dry Film Thickness 100 micron @ 6-8 m2 /kg


Packaging 1kg and 2.5kg units
Storage Store in dry and cool place below 35 C. Protect from direct sunlight.
Shelf life 12 months if stored properly in original unopened packaging.
Instruction for use Surface preparation: Concrete surfaces should be clean, free from oil, grease and chemical contamination. Steel surfaces should be degreased and blasted to remove rust, scale, and oxide layers.
Mixing: Add the contents of the hardener tin to the base tin and mix thoroughly for approximately 1-3 minutes until homogenous.
Application: Application of the primer to steel should take place immediately after blasting or within 4 hours. Apply Ozone Epoprime to the substrate with a stiff-bristled brush ensuring that the primer is well worked into the 2 surfaces. Coverage is 6-8 m per kg depending on the surface profile. Allow the primer to become tacky, between 2-4 hours depending on temperature. Once the primer has achieved a tacky state, the subsequent coating/screed should then be applied. Normal application temperature is between 5 and 15°C, higher temperatures will reduce the time in which the overcoating materials can be applied. Should the primer dry on the surface, a further primer coating should be applied, always allow the primer to become tacky before overcoating.
Cleaning & Disposal All tools should be cleaned with Ozone Solvent. Do not dispose of into water or soil but according to local regulations.
Precautions & Limitations In common with most epoxy resin systems, the Ozone Epoprime will react exothermically when mixed and left in bulk.
Health & safety Ozone Epoprime is capable of irritating unprotective skin, we, therefore, recommend the use of a suitable barrier cream and gloves.

WARRANTY: Ozone products are guaranteed against defective materials and manufacture and are sold subject to their standard terms and conditions of sale. Ozone makes no warranties, implied or otherwise, as to the merchantability or fitness for ordinary or particular purposes of its products and excludes the same. If any Ozone product fails to conform to this warranty, Ozone will replace the product at no cost to the Buyer. Replacement of any product shall be the sole and exclusive remedy available and the buyer shall have no claim for incidental or consequential damages. Any warranty claim must be made period from the date of the claimed breach. Ozone does not authorize anyone on its behalf to make any written or oral statements which in any way alter Ozone’s installation information or instructions in its product literature or on its packaging labels. The user of the Ozone products must test the products for suitability for the intended application and purpose before proceeding with the full application of the products.