Documents

Reliable and timely information is the key to success and safety in our industry. We appreciate when suppliers are timely and accurate with us and we want to extend that same courtesy to our customers. All of our current Safety Data Sheets (SDS), Technical Data Sheets (TDS), Technical Articles, and Product Bulletins are available here. If there is something you can't find or need immediate assistance please contact us.


Safety Data Sheets (SDS)

Product NameView OnlineDownload PDF
Acetone (old MSDS)Click HereClick Here
Crack Filler AClick HereClick Here
Crack Filler BClick HereClick Here
Epoxy 100 AClick HereClick Here
Epoxy 100 BClick HereClick Here
MCAC-27 (Acrylic Sealer, old MSDS)Click HereClick Here
Moisture-Lok (old MSDS)Click HereClick Here
Polyaspartic AClick HereClick Here
Polyaspartic BClick HereClick Here
Rubber Binder (Non UV)Click HereClick Here
Rubber Binder (UV)Click HereClick Here
UVA-TECHClick HereClick Here
Xylene (old MSDS)Click HereClick Here

Tech Data Sheets (TDS)

Product NameView OnlineDownload PDF
Crack FillerClick HereClick Here
Epoxy 100Click HereClick Here
MCAC-27 (Acrylic Sealer)Click HereClick Here
Moisture LokClick HereClick Here
PolyasparticClick HereClick Here
Rubber Binder (Non UV)Click HereClick Here
Rubber Binder (UV)Click HereClick Here
UVA-TECHClick HereClick Here

Technical Articles

Article NameDateOverviewView OnlineDownload PDF
Epoxy 100 Mixing Instructions10/16/14Mixing Instructions for our newly formulated 100% solids, solvent free epoxy coating. Epoxy 100 is no longer 1:1, and is now 1:2. Meaning for every 1 part A, you mix it with 2 parts of B...Click HereClick Here
Polyaspartic Full Color Chip Floor Mixing Instructions6/27/17Polyaspartic full color floor with chip broadcast mixing instructions. Our high solids polyaspartic floor coating system is 1:1 for hassle free mixing...Click HereClick Here

Tech Bulletins

Bulletin NameDateOverviewView OnlineDownload PDF
Epoxy 100 Cratering Issue7/21/15Regarding concerns of cratering, fish eye and alligatoring effect in our epoxy floor coating during cure. This issue was successfully duplicated in our labs. The issue was linked to a silicone additive that may have come out of suspension. In the documentation is a solution for customers with existing product from affected batches. We've isolated the cause and altered our production formula to prevent this from occuring again...Click HereClick Here