Proven performance in the toughest of conditions and most demanding of projects.
Excellent tolerance means great results regardless of whether it’s hot, cold, wet or dry.
Capable of withstanding the most aggressive industrial chemicals.
No odours, solvents, flammables or corrosives for safer use and quicker, easier shipping (no Dangerous Goods).
A solvent-free, clear, two-pack epoxy designed as a multi-purpose resin for a wide range of subfloor applications requiring high
moisture tolerance and/or chemical resistance.
Quality materials are selected to create a dependable, high-performance subfloor resin that can perform in the toughest application conditions.
Jaxxon 1335 can be applied onto damp or wet surfaces without amine blushing or adhesion issues, and is perfectly suited for use as a primer, sealer or binder on substrates that are exposed to moisture or aggressive chemicals.
ASTM D451/ISO 4624
|Concrete - substrate failure in dry and wet|
ASTM D-2280 JIS K 5600-5-4:1999
|62-67 Shore D H Scratch Pencil Hardness|
CS 17/1kg/1000 cycles
|Passed all criteria at a min. exposure of 7500mm2 per litre|
10% Acetic Acid
50% Sodium Hydroxide
70% Sulphuric Acid
10% Lactic Acid
Staining may occur when exposed to aggressive chemicals. Good housekeeping practices, including dilution and spillage clean up, will minimise chemical damage. For full immersion performance, contact supplier.
The actual coverage achieved by Jaxxon 1335 will depend on the substrate characteristics and condition.
The theoretical yield for a 150-micron film is: 12 litre kit @ 6.67m2/L = 80m2
The following table contains starting-point blends for grouts and mortars, as well as the total volume produced. Coverage of these products will depend on the average thickness they are applied.
|Product Type||Sand:Binder Volume Ratio||Sand Volume (Dry)||Binder Volume||Total Mixed Volume (Approx.)|
|Fluid Grout||1.5:1||6 litres||4 litres||7.6 litres|
|Easily Worked Mortar||3:1||12 litres||4 litres||11.5 litres|
|Stiff Mortar||4:1||16 litres||4 litres||17.6 litres|
Time (@ 25°C)
Pot Life - 25 minutes
Set (touch) - 8 hours
Set (hard) - 20 hours
Re-coat (min.) - 20 hours
Re-coat (max.) - 45 hours
Full Cure - 8 days
Approximate time frames for full kit @ 25°C. Pot life will shorten for larger mixes. Curing times will decrease with increasing temperature (+10°C will halve curing times, -10°C will double them).
New concrete surfaces should be allowed to cure for a minimum of 28 days. Contaminated concrete surfaces should be degreased with an appropriate detergent. Diamond grind, shot blast, scarify or scabble as required to obtain a suitable surface profile for the coating system to be applied. Ensure surface is clean, dry and dust-free again if there’s a delay before application. Properly prepared surfaces should be structurally sound (minimum of 25MPa compressive strength/1.5MPa tensile strength) and free of contamination, laitance and any loose material.
Maximum delay between coats is 45 hours @ 25°C. Should this time be exceeded the previous coat must be lightly abraded with 80-120 grit paper, vacuumed and wiped with methylated spirits or other suitable solvent. Old, existing films can be over-coated providing they’re in good condition and there are no adhesion issues. If in doubt, a tensile adhesion test should be conducted.
For full safety instructions, consult SDS. Wear protective clothing, goggles and gloves to prevent skin and eye contact.
NOTE: Check packaging for correct components before mixing.
Mix product at a ratio of 5:3 by volume. Pour Part B into Part A and blend for 2 minutes.
Jaxxon 1335 kits can be split by using the following weights and volumes to make 1 litre -
|Part A||Part B|
If pigmenting, pre-mix pigment pots into Part A first with a drill mixer before adding Part B.
When mixing mortars or levelling compounds, gradually add filler/aggregates last while continuing to mix, scraping sides with a flat spatula to ensure all product is taken in. Keep mixing until a consistent appearance is obtained.
Brush, roller, squeegee or trowel. Technique and coverages will depend on the type of product being used and its application.
Pour product immediately onto the floor after mixing. Start 50cm from a wall and work towards the exit point pouring in an “S” shaped pattern.
Leave enough mixed product to cut in with a brush next to vertical surfaces and around tight areas. Approximately 100mm is typical.
Perform a rough spread using the squeegee to achieve a relatively even film, allow product to level for 2-3 minutes, then backroll smooth using de-linted roller covers.
Roll in long, even, overlapping strokes to get the product feeling and sounding the same.
Prime cleaned surfaces first if required. Position mixed product over the freshly primed areas using appropriate spreading techniques and trowel to a smooth finish as required.
Products must be applied within the pot life times listed in the Cure Schedule table to ensure best results.
Keep containers closed when not in use. Store below 40°C. Do not store in direct sunlight. Shelf life is at least 12 months in original, unopened container. Seek advice from your local council regarding accepted disposal methods.
CAUTION: KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. IF ON SKIN: Remove immediately all contaminated clothing. Rinse skin with water. IF IN EYES:
Rinse cautiously with water for several minutes. Immediately call a POISON CENTRE (Australia - 13 11 26) or doctor/physician. If skin
irritation occurs: Get medical advice/attention.
WARRANTY DISCLAIMER: The technical data given herein has been compiled for your help and guidance and is based upon our experience and knowledge. However as we have no control over the use to which this information is put, no warranty express or implied is intended or given. We assume no responsibility whatsoever for coverage, performance or damages, including injuries resulting from use of this information or of products recommended herein.