Bridge Deck Aliphatic Coating is a 75% solids, color stable coating that displays virtually no odors and has a high moisture tolerance. Bridge Deck Aliphatic Coating is color stable and displays excellent UV weathering characteristics. Bridge Deck Aliphatic Coating can also be applied directly to concrete and steel surfaces, or over other Bridge Preservation products to provide long-term color stability when required, and can be applied in temperatures as low as -20°F. When fully cured, Bridge Deck Aliphatic Coating provides a highly abrasion resistant, high-gloss, smooth finish.
Bridge Deck Aliphatic Coating is a high strength, abrasion resistant and color stable plural component system designed to provide superior long-term protection to concrete and steel surfaces. This product has been specifically formulated as a topcoat for existing or new concrete or steel, such as piers, pier caps, railings and pedestrian walkways, providing excellent resistance against water and chloride intrusion.
Color remains stable with exposure to UV.
Cures in 1 to 4 hours depending on environmental conditions
Will cure in Zero (-20)°F temperatures. Cure time will be extended at lower temperatures
High strength and abrasion resistant for long-term protection.
Can be applied by plural component pump, or mixed by hand and applied by roller
All Bridge Preservation™ products are manufactured in Kansas City, Kansas
|Property||Test Method||Typical Value|
|Solids Content||79.3% (Unless Thinned)|
|Gel Time||20-30 Minutes|
|Tack Free||45-75 Minutes|
|Open to Foot Traffic||3-5 Hours|
|Return to Service||16-24 Hours|
|Shore Hardness||ASTM D 2240||>55D|
|Elongation||ASTM D 638||>2.5%|
|Tensile Strength||ASTM D 638||>3,500 psi|
|Tear Strength, Die C||ASTM D 624||>350 pli|
|Taber Abrasion, mg Loss. (1,000 g, 1,000 revs, C-17)||ASTM D 4060||60-90|
|Taber Abrasion, mg Loss. (1,000 g, 1,000 revs, H-18)||ASTM D 4060||250-350|
|Gloss, 60 Spec||ASTM D 523||90+|
|The value ranges stated above are based on system processing under laboratory conditions. Equipment configurations and/or field application conditions may produce variances in final system values.|