Seal Bond Subfloor Sealant
Formulated for sealing the subfloor prior to the installation of a raised floor, this high quality water-based acrylic low odor sealant has a fast set time and excellent stain resistance. Sealbond Sealant has a clear gloss finish and offers dust reduction, substrate fortification, chemical hardening, and moisture protection. Coverage is between 401-534 square feet per gallon.
High quality raised floor installations begin with proper sealing and treatment of the concrete sub-floor. This product was formulated for superior performance and environmental friendliness.
This Sealant offers:
- Dust reduction
- Substrate fortification
- Chemical hardening
- Moisture protection
MA-260 is a one-component, water-based acrylic sealer that offers excellent resistance to water blushing without the objectionable solvent odors associated with solvent based sealers. MA-260 has a fast set time and good stain resistance. MA-260 is recommended for sealing concrete or cement. Do not use in immersion service or constant chemical exposure areas.
COVERAGE PER GALLON: 401-534 square feet @ 3-4 mils wet thickness
- Excellent Stain Resistance
- Cost effective topical sealer
- Low VOC
- Low Odor
- Compatible with Seal Bond® 95 Pedestal Adhesive
- Specific Gravity: 1.6
- Shelf Life:10 months in unopened containers stored between 60º and 80º F.
CURE SCHEDULE: (70°)
- Tack free (dry to touch) 1-2 hours
- Recoat or Topcoat 2-4 hours
- Light foot Traffic 3-5 hours
- Full Cure (heavy traffic) 2-3 days
- 60-100 degrees F with relative humidity below 85%
- None required. Multiple coats of this product are compatible.
- Clarity of color or gloss may be affected by high humidity, low temperatures or chemical exposure.
- Lighting like sodium vapor lights may affect color.
- For best results use a good quality 3/8” nap roller.
- Slab on grade requires moisture barrier.
- Substrate temperature must be 5°F above dew point
- All new concrete must be cured for at least 30 days
- Do not apply this product to areas where there is standing water, damp concrete can be coated.
- Too thick of an application may result in solvent entrapment and subsequent product failure.
- Physical properties listed on the technical data sheet are typical values and not specifications.