HyppoCoat GC

HYBRID POLYUREA/POLYURETHANE GREEN CONCRETE WATERPROOFING MEMBRANE

  • TECHNOLOGY

    Hybrid Polyurea/Polyurethane

  • MATERIAL

    Modified Urethane

  • APPLICATION

    Fluid Applied

  • INSTALLATION

    Single Component

HyppoCoat GC (1st Coat)

HyppoCoat GC (1st Coat)

HyppoCoat GC (2nd Coat)

HyppoCoat GC (2nd Coat)

DESCRIPTION

HyppoCoat GC (Green Concrete) is a user-friendly, high solids, single component, liquid applied membrane for cured or green concrete. The system uses two coats of a modified urethane coating and protection board to create an elastomeric system designed to expand and contract with normal structural movements.

 

HyppoCoat GC is easy to use and can be applied immediately after green concrete forms have been removed, providing a quick return-to-service window during application. It also acts as an aggressive barrier against harsh chemicals, abrasive wear, and heavy impact.

HyppoCoat GC-H

HORIZONTAL WATERPROOFING SYSTEM

PRIMING

Prime surface as required with HyppoCoat PC (mixture of Side-A & Side-B) at a rate of 1 gallon per 300 sqft (0.14 liters/sqm) or 300 sqft/gallon. Apply using a brush or phenolic core roller. This will result in 3 dry mils (76 microns) of coating.

Rough and pin-holed concrete surfaces may require more primer. Discovery of these issues is generally revealed in the mockup.

Do not allow primer to puddle; dry roll excess primer with a dry nap roller to pick up excess primer in puddles and overlaps. Priming is optional on clean plywood and concrete. Pinholed Surfaces should be filled with primer in order to prevent outgassing of the concrete and allow primer to completely dry before applying coating.

MIXING

HyppoCoat GC should be thoroughly mixed using a mechanical mixer at slow speed to ensure a homogeneous material. Take care not to allow entrapment of air into the material.

MOCK-UP

Concrete surfaces require a medium sandpaper finish equal to or greater than an ICRI CSP #3. Surface preparation may be completed by shot blasting or the use of an appropriate cleaner. Peel and adhesion tests are recommended.

Install a 100-200 sqft (9.30-18.58 sqm) mockup of the system to be installed and approve for actual coverage rates and functionality before proceeding.


*Refer to General and Safety Guidelines for complete information

SURFACE PREPARATION

All surfaces must be unpainted/unsealed, clean, dry and free from all contaminants which will inhibit the penetration of HyppoCoat GC into pores. Any curing, scaling or coating agents must be chemically or mechanically removed. If acid is used in the cleaning process, neutralize the surface and rinse well.

 

Concrete surfaces require a medium sandpaper finish equal to or greater than an ICRI CSP #3. Surface preparation may be completed by shot blasting or the use of an appropriate cleaner. Peel and adhesion tests are recommended.

 

Install a 100-200 sqft (9.30-18.58 sqm) mockup of the system to be installed and approve for actual coverage rates and functionality before proceeding.


*Refer to General and Safety Guidelines for complete information

APPLICATION

HyppoCoat GC may be applied directly with a brush, squeegee, trowel or phenolic core roller in as little as 24 hours. Apply

HyppoCoat GC evenly over the primed surface (Primer is optional on plywood and CMU) at a rate of 120 mils in a single lift to speed application without sacrificing performance.

It can also be applied in multiple lifts to achieve 215 mil high-build system when maximum protection is required.


For specific design requirements, please contact Barrett directly.

JOINTS, CRACKS, & FLASHING

Apply HyppoCoat GC over all primed joints and cracks. Bridge the joints and cracks with 3 inch (7.6 cm) Polyester Tape, pushing it into the sealant with a trowel. Over reinforcement tape, apply a thin coat of HyppoCoat GC and smooth onto adjacent surface.

CURING

At 70°F (21°C) and 50% relative humidity, allow each coat a minimum of 16 and a maximum of 48 hours to fully cure. If more than 48 hours pass between coats, the surface must be re-primed.

HyppoCoat GC is very sensitive to heat and moisture. Higher temperatures and/or high humidity will accelerate the cure time. Use caution in thickness of application. Limit single coat thickness to 30-40 wet mils.

STORAGE & CLEAN UP

Equipment should be cleaned with an environmentally safe solvent, as permitted under local regulations, immediately after use.

HyppoCoat GC, in its original, factory-sealed container, has a shelf life of one year from the date of manufacture when stored indoors at a temperature between 60 - 90°F.

LIMITATIONS
  • Surfaces must be dry, clean and free of foreign matter.
  • Not UV stable.
  • Can not withstand direct wear or abrasion.
  • Containers that have been opened must be used as soon as possible.
  • Do not dilute under any circumstance.
  • Green concrete should be cured a minimum of 72 hours before applying green concrete coating HyppoCoat GC-H (Horizontal grade) or HyppoCoat GC-V (Vertical Grade).

The following conditions must not be coated with Barrett deck coating systems or products:

  • On grade or below grade slabs
  • Split slabs with buried membrane
  • Sandwich slabs with insulation
  • Slabs over unvented metal pan
  • Suspended pool
  • Swimming pool decks
  • Areas where hydrostatic pressure is or may be present, without the use of Ram Primer & Surface Conditioner and asphalt surfaces
  • Asphalt overlays without the express written consent of Barrett

Deck Coating is not recommended over magnesite, gypsum lightweight and where chained or studded tires may be used. Concrete must exhibit 3000 psi minimum strength. An ICRI CSP 2-3 surface or greater is required for concrete surfaces to be coated.

New surfaces to be coated must be trowel finished in compliance with the American Concrete Institute (except that hand troweling is not required), followed by a fine hair brooming, left free of loose particles, and shall be without ridges, projections, voids and concrete droppings that would be mechanically detrimental to coating application or function. Light broom finished concrete should be power-washed before coating application.

Concrete cleaning (see General and Safety Guidelines). Surface preparation may be completed by shot blasting or the use of an appropriate cleaner. Peel and adhesion tests are recommended.

DETAILS

PROPERTIESMEASUREMENTTEST METHOD
Hardness (Shore A)50 ± 5ASTM D-2240
Tear Resistance40 ± 20 pliASTM D-624
Tensile Strength (psi)350 ± 50 psiASTM D-412
Elongation (%)300 ± 50%ASTM D-412
Relative Density1.32-
Solids - Weight (%)92 ± 3%ASTM D-2369
Solids - Volume (%)90 ± 3%ASTM D-2697
Viscosity (@ 80°F)5,000 ± 2,000 cps-
Service Temperature-25°F to 200°F-
VOC0.83 lb/galASTM D-2369-81

HyppoCoat GC-V

VERTICAL WATERPROOFING SYSTEM

PRIMING

Prime surface as required with HyppoCoat PC (mixture of Side-A & Side-B) at a rate of 1 gallon per 300 sqft (0.14 liters/sqm) or 300 sqft/gallon. Apply using a brush or phenolic core roller. This will result in 3 dry mils (76 microns) of coating.

Rough and pin-holed concrete surfaces may require more primer. Discovery of these issues is generally revealed in the mockup.

Do not allow primer to puddle; dry roll excess primer with a dry nap roller to pick up excess primer in puddles and overlaps. Priming is optional on clean plywood and concrete. Pinholed Surfaces should be filled with primer in order to prevent outgassing of the concrete and allow primer to completely dry before applying coating.

MIXING

HyppoCoat GC should be thoroughly mixed using a mechanical mixer at slow speed to ensure a homogeneous material. Take care not to allow entrapment of air into the material.

MOCK-UP

Concrete surfaces require a medium sandpaper finish equal to or greater than an ICRI CSP #3. Surface preparation may be completed by shot blasting or the use of an appropriate cleaner. Peel and adhesion tests are recommended.

Install a 100-200 sqft (9.30-18.58 sqm) mockup of the system to be installed and approve for actual coverage rates and functionality before proceeding.


*Refer to General and Safety Guidelines for complete information

SURFACE PREPARATION

All surfaces must be unpainted/unsealed, clean, dry and free from all contaminants which will inhibit the penetration of HyppoCoat GC into pores. Any curing, scaling or coating agents must be chemically or mechanically removed. If acid is used in the cleaning process, neutralize the surface and rinse well.

 

Concrete surfaces require a medium sandpaper finish equal to or greater than an ICRI CSP #3. Surface preparation may be completed by shot blasting or the use of an appropriate cleaner. Peel and adhesion tests are recommended.

 

Install a 100-200 sqft (9.30-18.58 sqm) mockup of the system to be installed and approve for actual coverage rates and functionality before proceeding.


*Refer to General and Safety Guidelines for complete information

APPLICATION

HyppoCoat GC may be applied directly with a brush, squeegee, trowel or phenolic core roller in as little as 24 hours. Apply

HyppoCoat GC evenly over the primed surface (Primer is optional on plywood and CMU) at a rate of 120 mils in a single lift to speed application without sacrificing performance.

It can also be applied in multiple lifts to achieve 215 mil high-build system when maximum protection is required.


For specific design requirements, please contact Barrett directly.

JOINTS, CRACKS, & FLASHING

Apply HyppoCoat GC over all primed joints and cracks. Bridge the joints and cracks with 3 inch (7.6 cm) Polyester Tape, pushing it into the sealant with a trowel. Over reinforcement tape, apply a thin coat of HyppoCoat GC and smooth onto adjacent surface.

CURING

At 70°F (21°C) and 50% relative humidity, allow each coat a minimum of 16 and a maximum of 48 hours to fully cure. If more than 48 hours pass between coats, the surface must be re-primed.

HyppoCoat GC is very sensitive to heat and moisture. Higher temperatures and/or high humidity will accelerate the cure time. Use caution in thickness of application. Limit single coat thickness to 30-40 wet mils.

STORAGE & CLEAN UP

Equipment should be cleaned with an environmentally safe solvent, as permitted under local regulations, immediately after use.

HyppoCoat GC, in its original, factory-sealed container, has a shelf life of one year from the date of manufacture when stored indoors at a temperature between 60 - 90°F.

LIMITATIONS
  • Surfaces must be dry, clean and free of foreign matter.
  • Not UV stable.
  • Can not withstand direct wear or abrasion.
  • Containers that have been opened must be used as soon as possible.
  • Do not dilute under any circumstance.
  • Green concrete should be cured a minimum of 72 hours before applying green concrete coating HyppoCoat GC-H (Horizontal grade) or HyppoCoat GC-V (Vertical Grade).

The following conditions must not be coated with Barrett deck coating systems or products:

  • On grade or below grade slabs
  • Split slabs with buried membrane
  • Sandwich slabs with insulation
  • Slabs over unvented metal pan
  • Suspended pool
  • Swimming pool decks
  • Areas where hydrostatic pressure is or may be present, without the use of Ram Primer & Surface Conditioner and asphalt surfaces
  • Asphalt overlays without the express written consent of Barrett

Deck Coating is not recommended over magnesite, gypsum lightweight and where chained or studded tires may be used. Concrete must exhibit 3000 psi minimum strength. An ICRI CSP 2-3 surface or greater is required for concrete surfaces to be coated.

New surfaces to be coated must be trowel finished in compliance with the American Concrete Institute (except that hand troweling is not required), followed by a fine hair brooming, left free of loose particles, and shall be without ridges, projections, voids and concrete droppings that would be mechanically detrimental to coating application or function. Light broom finished concrete should be power-washed before coating application.

Concrete cleaning (see General and Safety Guidelines). Surface preparation may be completed by shot blasting or the use of an appropriate cleaner. Peel and adhesion tests are recommended.

DETAILS

PROPERTIESMEASUREMENTTEST METHOD
Hardness (Shore A)45 ± 5ASTM D-2240
Tear Resistance35 ± 10 pliASTM D-624
Tensile Strength (psi)350 ± 50 psiASTM D-412
Elongation (%)300 ± 50%ASTM D-412
Relative Density1.23-
Solids - Weight (%)92 ± 3%ASTM D-2369
Solids - Volume (%)90 ± 3%ASTM D-2697
Viscosity (@ 80°F)40,000 ± 20,000 cps-
Service Temperature-25°F to 200°F-
VOC0.83 lb/galASTM D-2369-81