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Product Data Sheet Edition 11, 2006 Version no. 01.

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Sikafloor -261
System Data Sheet
Product Description
Solvent-free, colored 2-component binder based on epoxy resin for: Broadcast floors Self-levelling floors Mortar screeds High-build-coatings Textured coating Storage and logistic areas Wet and dry processing areas Institutional areas Underground car parks Universally applicable Good chemical and mechanical resistance Joint less Easy and fast application Good adhesion to the substrate Solvent-free according to KEL-CH Polymer Institute, Dr. R. Stenner D-Florsheim (Germany) Certificate of conformity (Certificate Nr. P 1404-5a) Pebble grey (approx. RAL 7032). Other colours upon request. Comp. (A) approx. 1,52 kg/I Comp. (B) approx. 1,01 kg/I Comp. (A+B) approx. 1,36 kg/I Preproportioned units for 26 kg mixture ready for use comp. (A+B). Comp. (A): Drum of 200 kg Comp. (B): Drum of 180 kg and 60 kg Comp. (C): Quartz sand (can be obtained locally) Extender T: Bags of 1 kg In original sealed containers at + 5C to +30C: min. 12 months production. Testing Time: 42 days permanent exposure (Sika method) Testing group according to DIBT / medium 1. 3- and 4- star petrol 2. Jet fuel 3. Fuel oil 4. Aromatic hydrocarbons 5. Alcohols 6. Trichloridethylene 7. Esters and ketones 8. Aliphatic aldehyde 9. 10 % acetic acid 20 % acetic acid 10. 20 % sulfuric acid 11. 20 % soda lye 12. Amines 13. Watery Solutions of organic ten sides

Construction

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Test Certificate

Technical Data
Colour Density Packaging

Shelf life Chemical Resistance

from date of

B A A B B C A B A, D B, D A, D A C A

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A = resistant minor loss in hardness (0-20% Shore hardness D) No forming of bubbles No debonding No/minor swelling B = limited resistant Moderate loss in hardness (20-40% Shore hardness D) No forming of bubbles No debonding Visible swelling C = not resistant Considerable loss in hardness (>40% Shore hardness D) Or forming of bubbles Or loss of adhesion Or partial/complete destruction of the layer D = discolouration or loss of gloss

Coating System
1- Broadcast floor: (3-4mm layer thickness) Structure: Priming: (for normally absorbent surfaces) Sikafloor -156 0.3 - 0.5 kg/m2 Base layer: Sikafloor -261 (A+B+C) 2.8 - 3.8 kg/m2 Broadcasting: quartz sand (0.3-0.9 mm) approx. 3 - 4 kg/m2 Topcoat: Sikafloor -261 (A+B) approx. 0.6 kg/m2 Mixing ratio: Comp. (A): comp. (B): comp. (C) = 10: 3: 13 (parts by weight) Comp. (C) = quartz sand (0.08-0.2 mm) Mixing: Stir component (A) well. Add component (B) in the right mixing ratio and mix by means of an electric stirrer (approx. 300-400 rpm). Mixing time at least 3 minutes until a homogeneous mixture is achieved. Fill mixed material into a clean container and mix again quickly Application: Apply base layer evenly with a toothed trowel (6-8 mm notches) and detrain any entrapped air with a spiked roller. Broadcast the homogeneous base layer with sand in excess. As soon as the layer is ready for foot traffic the sand is brushed off, the surface slightly overworked with a grinding machine, vacuum cleaned and subsequently sealed with a short pile roller, a straight trowel or a squeegee. 2. Self-leveling floor: (1.6-3.0 mm layer thickness) Structure: Primer: Sikafloor -156 0.3 - 0.6 kg/m2 Self-leveling floor: Sikafloor -261 (A+B+C) 2.8 - 5.1 kg/m2 2 Consumption: 1.7 kg/m mixture per mm layer thickness Mixing ratio: Comp. (A): comp. (B): comp. (C) = 10:3:13 (parts by weight) Comp. (C) = quartz sand (0.08-0.2 mm) Mixing: Stir Component (A) well. Add component (B) in the right mixing ratio and mix by means of an electric stirrer (approx. 300-400 rpm). Mixing time at least 3 minutes until a homogeneous mixture is achieved. Fill mixed material into a clean container and mix again quickly. Application: Apply the self-leveling floor evenly with a toothed trowel (6-8 mm notches) and detrain any entrapped air immediately with a spiked roller. Self-leveling coating 1 mm: Mixing ratio: 1pbw Sikafloor 261 (A+B) 0.4 pbw Sikafloor filler 1 Consumption: 1.6 kg/m2 mixture per mm Layer thickness 3. Mortar screed: (approx. 8 mm layer thickness) Structure: Primer: Sikafloor -156 (thixo) approx.0.3 0.6 kg/m2 Screed: Sikafloor -261 (A+B+C) approx.17 kg/m2 Mixing ratio: Comp (A) : comp. (B) = 10 : 3 (parts by weight) Comp. (A + B): comp. (C) = 1: 7 (parts by weight) Comp. (C) aggregate In practice the following sand mixtures proved to be suitable (granulometry for a layer thickness of approx. 8 mm): 33 pbw quartz sand 0.1-0.5 mm 33 pbw quartz sand 0.4-0.7 mm 33 pbw quartz sand 1.0-2.0 mm The largest grain size should be approx. 1/3 of layer thickness. Depending on grain shape and application temperature the aggregates must be matched to each other by practical trials. Factory made sand mixtures (Sikadur -506) tend to segregate during transport, therefore use whole bags only.
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Mixing: Stir component (A) well. Add component (B) in the right mixing ratio and mix by means of an electric stirrer (approx. 300-400 rpm). Mixing time at least 3 minutes until a homogeneous mixture is achieved. Fill mixed material into a clean container and mix again quickly. Application: Apply 10 kg Sikafloor -156 primer with 0.2 kg Extender T and 2.1 kg quartz floor. Apply mortar layer evenly on the still tacky, thixotropic primer, using levelling boards and guide rails. Compact and smoothen with a trowel or Teflon coated power float. 4. Coating: (high-build) System (0.3 0.4 mm): Sikafloor -261 (A+B) approx. 0.4 0.5 kg/m2 System (0.6 - 0.8 mm): approx. 0.4 0.5 kg/m2 1. layer: Sikatloor -261 (A+B) 2. layer: Sikatloor -261 (A+B) approx. 0.4 0.5 kg/m2 Mixing ratio: Comp. (A) : comp. (B) =10 : 3 (parts by weight) Mixing: Stir component (A) well. Add component (B) in the right mixing ratio and mix by means of an electric stirrer (approx. 300-400 rpm) Mixing time at least 3 minutes until a homogeneous mixture is achieved. Fill mixed material into a clean container and mix again quickly. Application: Both systems are applied evenly with a short piled lamb skin roller. 5. Textured coating (approx. 0.8 mm layer thickness) System: 1st layer: Sikafloor -261 (A+B) approx. 0.4 0.5 kg/m2 2nd layer: Sikafloor -261 (Thixotroped with extender T) approx. 0.5 kg/m2 Mixing ratio: Comp. (A) : comp.(B) = 10 : 3 (parts by weight) Mix Extender T in comp. (B). (Dosage of Extender T = 1.0 1.5 % of Comp. (A) + Comp. (B) Mixing Stir component (A) well. Add component (B) in the right mixing ratio and mix by means of an electric stirrer (approx. 300-400 rpm). Mixing time at least 3 minutes until a homogeneous mixture is achieved. Fill mixed material into a clean container and mix again quickly. Application st nd Apply the 1 layer evenly with a short piled lamb skin roller. For the 2 layer use thixotropied binder and apply with a short piled Iamb skin roller and finish with a textured roller in order to achieve a uniform texture. 6. Application on green/fresh and damp concrete: For the application of the before-mentioned coating systems on green/fresh and damp substrates the following structures are necessary: Horizontal smooth surfaces: Primer: Sikafloor -155 W approx.0.2 - 0.4 kg/m2 Levelling layer: Sikatloor -81 EpoCem approx. 4.0 kg/m2 Horizontal broadcasts surfaces: Primer: Sika Repair -Sikafloor EpoCem Modul approx. 0.2-0.3 kg/m2 Broadcast layer Sikafloor -81 EpoCem approx. 5.5 kg/m2 broadcasted with quartzsand in excess Slopes: Smoothening with Sikagard -720 EpoCem Skirtings and coves: Filling with Sikagard -720 EpoCem extended with quartzsand (0.08 - 0.2 mm)

Application
Limitation

Substrate

Mixing

Substrate moisture < 4% (or use EpoCem) Min. substrate temperature +10C Max. substrate temperature +30C Max. air humidity 85% r.h. Observe dew point. Stir comp. (A) well prior to each application. Maximum slope 1.5%. The substrate must be clean, dry and free from all traces of loose particles, laitance, oil and grease. Compressive strength min. 25 N/mm2, pull-off strength min. 2 1.5 N/mm . Prior to application porous areas and unevenesses must be smoothened with Sikafloor -81EpoCem or Sikagard -720EpoCem. Stir component (A) well. Add component (B) in the right mixing ratio and mix by means of an electric stirrer (approx. 300-400 rpm). Mixing time at least 3 minutes until a homogeneous mixture is achieved. Fill mixed material into a clean container and mix again quickly.
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Cleaning Pot-life

Implements must be cleaned at once with Colma-Cleaner or Thinner C. Fully cured material can only be removed mechanically. Clean hands and skin intensively with warm soap water. Temperature (C) +10 +20 +30 Time (Min) 60 30 15 Component (B) of Sikafloor -261 binder falls under the dangerous goods regulations (class 8). The product may lead to skin irritation (Dermatosis)! Wear safety clothing (gloves, goggles). Apply barrier cream to hands. In case of contact with eyes or mucous membrane clean immediately with warm water and consult doctor. During application and curing in confined areas, ditches, shafts etc. adequate ventilation must be provided. In a liquid or not fully cured state Sikafloor -261, comp. (A+B), contaminate water and should not get into drains, water and ground. Remnants of Sikafloor -261 must be removed according to regulations During application risk and safety instructions on the containers must be observed. Furthermore local regulations must be adhered to. Further details are contained in our instructions Health protection and prevention of accidents. Comp. (A): Non hazardous Comp. (B): 8/66C. Comp. (A + B): Class 4 under the relevant Swiss health and Safety Codes.
The information, and in particular, the recommendations relating to the application and end-use of Sika products, are given in good faith based on Sika's current knowledge and experience of the products when properly stored, handled and applied under normal conditions in accordance with Sikas recommendations. In practice, the differences in materials, substrates and actual site conditions are such that no warranty in respect of merchantability or of fitness for a particular purpose, nor any liability arising out of any legal relationship whatsoever, can be inferred either from this information, or from any written recommendations, or from any other advice offered. The user of the product must test the products suitability for the intended application and purpose. Sika reserves the right to change the properties of its products. The proprietary rights of third parties must be observed. All orders are accepted subject to our current terms of sale and delivery. Users must always refer to the most recent issue of the local Product Data Sheet for the product concerned, copies of which will be supplied on request.

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