Epoxy Flooring Adhesive
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Epoxy flooring adhesive is an adhesive used for adhering linoleum, vinyl tiles, rubber tiles, or rubber sheets to a variety of flooring substrates (concrete, plywood, existing resiliant flooring, radiant heating subfloors, steel, aluminum, and...

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Epoxy flooring adhesive is an adhesive used for adhering linoleum, vinyl tiles, rubber tiles, or rubber sheets to a variety of flooring substrates (concrete, plywood, existing resiliant flooring, radiant heating subfloors, steel, aluminum, and cereamic tile, among others). Epoxy flooring adhesive comes as a two-part epoxy (Part A is an epoxy pre-polymer resin base and Part B is typically a polyamine hardener/curing agent) that must be mixed by drill on-site. Most commercial epoxy flooring adhesives come in a pack with Part A and Part B pre-measured to the appropriate mix ratio. Adhesive must set for 12-72 hours after flooring is installed before it can withstand heavy foot-traffic or rolling traffic.

Name % Wt Whole Function GS Score Sources
T Bisphenol A epichlorohydrin polymer
25068-38-6
28.89% pre-polymer resin LT-P1
Limestone
1317-65-3
23.11% filler LT-UNK
Araldite B
25085-99-8
11.56% pre-polymer resin LT-P1
FATTY ACIDS, C18-UNSATD., DIMERS, POLYMERS WITH TALL-OIL FATTY ACIDS AND TRIETHYLENETETRAMINE
68082-29-1
8.23% crosslinker BM-1
OXIRANE, 2,2'-(OXYBIS((METHYL-2,1-ETHANEDIYL)OXYMETHYLENE))BIS-
41638-13-5
5.78% toughener NoGS
T Bisphenol A
80-05-7
5.49% pre-polymer resin BM-1
ALKYL (C12, C14) GLYCIDYL ETHER
68609-97-2
5.39% dilutent LT-P1
Dipropylene glycol dibenzoate
27138-31-4
3.85% solvating plasticizer LT-P1
Diethylenetriamine
111-40-0
3.20% crosslinker LT-P1
4-Nonylphenol (branched)
84852-15-3
1.37% catalyst LT-1
Dipropylene glycol dibenzoate
27138-31-4
0.91% solvating plasticizer LT-P1
Quartz
14808-60-7
0.77% thickener LT-1
Siloxanes and Silicones, di-Me, reaction products with silica
67762-90-7
0.77% defoamer LT-UNK
4-Nonylphenol (branched)
84852-15-3
0.58% catalyst LT-1
Quartz
14808-60-7
0.10% thickener LT-1
Name % Wt Part % Wt Whole Function GS Score Sources
Part A - Base
80.69% 80.69% epoxy resin LT-1  
T Bisphenol A epichlorohydrin polymer
25068-38-6
35.80% 28.89% pre-polymer resin LT-P1
Limestone
1317-65-3
28.64% 23.11% filler LT-UNK
Araldite B
25085-99-8
14.32% 11.56% pre-polymer resin LT-P1
OXIRANE, 2,2'-(OXYBIS((METHYL-2,1-ETHANEDIYL)OXYMETHYLENE))BIS-
41638-13-5
7.16% 5.78% toughener NoGS
ALKYL (C12, C14) GLYCIDYL ETHER
68609-97-2
6.68% 5.39% dilutent LT-P1
Dipropylene glycol dibenzoate
27138-31-4
4.77% 3.85% solvating plasticizer LT-P1
Quartz
14808-60-7
0.96% 0.77% thickener LT-1
Siloxanes and Silicones, di-Me, reaction products with silica
67762-90-7
0.96% 0.77% defoamer LT-UNK
4-Nonylphenol (branched)
84852-15-3
0.72% 0.58% catalyst LT-1
Part B - Curing Agent
19.31% 19.31% hardener BM-1  
FATTY ACIDS, C18-UNSATD., DIMERS, POLYMERS WITH TALL-OIL FATTY ACIDS AND TRIETHYLENETETRAMINE
68082-29-1
42.63% 8.23% crosslinker BM-1
T Bisphenol A
80-05-7
28.42% 5.49% pre-polymer resin BM-1
Diethylenetriamine
111-40-0
16.58% 3.20% crosslinker LT-P1
4-Nonylphenol (branched)
84852-15-3
7.11% 1.37% catalyst LT-1
Dipropylene glycol dibenzoate
27138-31-4
4.74% 0.91% solvating plasticizer LT-P1
Quartz
14808-60-7
0.52% 0.10% thickener LT-1

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Armstrong 240
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Henry 452A
Henry 452B
Henry Tech
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Johnsonite 996A
Lonseal 650A
Lonseal 650B
Mondo 55
Roppe 435
Roppe 605
Roppe 7100
Roppe 7100 Tech
Roppe 7200
Roppe 8200
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Zandur 20A
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