Miracote MiraFlor CQ Pigmented Broadcast Systems are Scientifically Superior monochromatic (solid color) three-component polymer system consisting of MiraFlor CQ Clear epoxy and hardener, and ColorPax-E (epoxy pigment pack), plus select Miracote aggregates. The floors (single and double broadcast) range in thickness from 1/20" (1.27 mm) to 1/8" (3.17 mm). The special aggregate is added to provide thickness, plus impact and skid resistance. MiraFlor CQ Pigmented Broadcast Systems are available in standard colors. It can be finished with optional topcoats of clear (gloss) or matte finish, topcoated with MiraFlor CR-N when subjected to extremely harsh chemical exposure or MiraFlor Glazetop, which is a highly chemical and abrasion-resistant polyurea topcoat.

MiraFlor CQ Pigmented Broadcast Systems are available with an EPA Listed Anti-Microbial Biocide, which protects against growth of algae, bacteria, fungi, mold, mildew, yeast, etc.

Where to Use
The intended use ranges from dry to wet environments in commercial, industrial and institutional areas, such as manufacturing, processing, warehousing, stairs, ramps, walkways, corridors and commons-areas. The material can be applied over new or existing concrete or Miracote composition floors or metal or wood sub-surfaces (Consult Crossfield for detailed specification for metal or wood surfaces).

In addition, MiraFlor CQ Pigmented Broadcast Systems are Scientifically Superior Systems include: Smooth Coat; Smooth Coat with Synthetic Aggregate; Slurry coat; and Slurry coat Broadcast.

Product Technical Data Sheet:
MiraFlor CQ Pigmented Broadcast System

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MiraFlor CQ Pigmented Broadcast System

Advantages
Technical Info
Applications
Advantages
  • Virtually free of VOC
  • Resistant to many chemicals (See Chemical Resistance Chart).
  • Produces a rapidly-installed, decorative seamless floor at moderate cost.
  • Crossfield offers a Limited Supplemental Warranty of ten years against moisture vapor suppression disbondment of CQ Clear Epoxy Pigmented Systems when used over MVERS II Primer. Contact Crossfield for additional information.
Technical Info
  • Compressive Strength ASTM C579 ............................ 10,500 psi (Resin, Hardener & Aggregate) ................................... 738 kg/cm2
  • Compressive Strength ASTM D695 ............................. 12,900psi (Resin & Hardener) ...................................................... 907 kg/cm2
  • Tensile Strength ASTM C307 ........................................ 1,800 psi (Resin, Hardener & Aggregate) ................................... 127 kg/cm2
  • Tensile Strength ASTM D638 ....................................... 5,000 psi (Resin & Hardener) ...................................................... 352 kg/cm2
  • Flexural Strength ASTM C580 ..................................... 4,000 psi 281 kg/cm2
  • Surface Hardness ASTM D2240 Shore D .......................... 80-85
  • Indentation Characteristics (Steadily Applied Load) MIL-D-3134 ................................. 0.005" Para 4.7.4.2.1, 2000 lbs on ........................................... 0.127 sq. m 1" steel ram imposed for 30 minutes over A concrete substrate, indented.
  • Indentation Characteristics MIL-D-3134 Para.4.7.3. (Impact Load) .................................................... 0.011" (2 lb.908 kg) Indent from steel ball ....................... 0.28 sq. m Dropped twice from 8 ft. height
  • Adhesion ASTM D4541 .................................................. >400 psi (100% failure in concrete) .......................................... 28.1 kg/cm2
  • Water Absorption MIL-D-3134 ........................................ <1.0%
  • Abrasion Resistance ASTM D4060 (CS17, 1000gr load, 1000 cycles) ...... 0.04 gr
  • Flammability ASTM D635 .................. Self-Extinguishing Bonded to Concrete
  • VOC ........................................................................... 3 g/L
 
Applications
  • Classrooms
  • School Cafeterias and Kitchens
  • Media Centers
  • School Locker Rooms and Restrooms
  • Laboratories
  • Bottling Lines
  • Mixing Lines
  • Bakeries and Dairies
  • Meat Packing Areas
  • Kitchens
  • Coolers
  • Wineries
  • Emergency Rooms
  • Clean Rooms
  • Patient Rooms
  • Hospital Cafeterias
  • Mechanical Rooms
  • Assembly Lines
  • Loading Docks
  • Control Rooms
  • Chemical Storage Areas
  • Plant Locker and Shower Rooms
  • Plant Cafeterias
  • Kitchens and Bathrooms
  • Garage Floors
  • Supermarkets
  • Restaurants
  • Lobbies
  • Shopping Malls
  • Automobile Dealerships
  • Stadium Concessions
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