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Epoxy Coat™ 7000 (Non VOC)
The floor area underneath this large cooking kettle would receive tremendous damage from spalling. The spalling was caused from hot water being discarded down the drain.
Complete surface area was pressure washed to remove all loose concrete. Remaining concrete was roughened using a needle gun. Complete area was then vacuum cleaned. Floor Patch was applied to replace all spalled, damaged concrete. Ceramic Repair Putty was applied to form a slope towards the drain area. Following a partial cure of Ceramic Repair Putty, (4 hours), Epoxy Coat 7000 was applied to a thickness of 8 mils using a 1/8" nap paint roller. Epoxy Coat 7000 provided a long lasting, temperature resistant protective coating.