UV-stable, scattered with coloured sand and decorative coating for wet areas.

For a joint-less, scattered coating the demand to slip resistance and hygiene are most important. The coating consists of several layers: Base Coat, Primary Coat, Scattered Coat with coloured and special Sand as well as two transparent Sealing Coats with KLB-SYSTEM EPOXY EP 175 Special and a chemical resistant Matt Sealer KLB-SYSTEM EPOXY EP 860. KLB-SYSTEM EPOXY EP 175 Special is a high-quality, solvent-free 2-Component- Epoxy-Resin for a transparent seal of decorative scattered coatings and decorative mortar coatings. The flooring shows an even appealing appearance. Usage in areas with demands to increased mechanical load and chemical resistance is possible because the material is epoxy resin based. The surface slip resistant can be adjusted according to the requirements of BGR 181. The coating is hygienic, very well cleanable and resistant to water and many chemicals. With increased exposure to hot water and other “hot” medias we recommend KLBSYSTEME PU-CONCRETE.

Application Area:
- Kitchen
- Butcheries, abattoirs
- Fish- and food-industry
- Beverage industry, vinification industry and
other areas with exposure to water

Build-up of System
Layer in Detail
Anti-Slip Grade according to BGR 181 R11 – V4 R12 – V6
Lamination strength 3 – 5 mm 4 – 6 mm
Sealer Chemical resistant KLB-SYSTEM EPOXY EP 860
Top Sealer KLB-SYSTEM EPOXY EP 175 Special,
Consumption depending on the slip-resistance grade
Scattering Coloured Sand Blend, grain size Coloured Sand Blend, grain size
0,3/0,8 mm 0,7/1,2 mm
Primary Layer KLB-SYSTEM EPOXY EP 216 All-purpose,
alternative: EP 213 or EP 99
Scratch Coat KLB-SYSTEM EPOXY EP 50 Optional for increased
blended with KLB-Sand Blend 2/1 depth of roughness
alternative: EP 30 or EP 52 Special depending on the substrate requirements
Substrate Requirements to the substrate according to the BEB-worksheets
and our detailed base coats instructions or advice by our technicians.

Possibilities in colours
A wide variety in colours is possible due to coloured sand scattering. Light pale-coloured mixtures are beneficial. A small ratio of
dark grain is recommended.