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Single Broadcast Epoxy Flooring


Bedrock Broadcast Epoxy Flooring is a 100% solvent & water free, three component, color through, epoxy flooring system primarily used for finishing concrete or plywood floors. It provides a sealed, seamless, non-porous, easily maintained finished surface, approximately 65 mils thick.


Bedrock Broadcast Epoxy Flooring incorporates state of the art epoxy resins to chemically fuse aggregates into a multi-coat, high build flooring system. It consists of Cure & seal Primer (optional for porous substrates), Bedrock Flexi-Coatwaterproof membrane (if required), Bedrock Binder for broadcast coats, Rockote(topcoat) and CRU1 (optional topcoat for added chemical resistance and color stability.)


Solid color (with pigmented epoxy).  Smooth, medium, or slip resistant finish textures available.


Follow instructions for preparation and mixing of component materials. Apply primer and allow to cure. Apply Bedrock Flexi-Coat, if waterproof membrane is required. Allow to cure. Apply Bedrock Binder neat. While still wet, fully broadcast aggregate to excess. Allow to cure. Sweep and vacuum excess aggregate. Apply Bedrock Binder neat (for high build systems, repeat this step.) While still wet, fully broadcast aggregate again and allow to cure. Sweep and vacuum excess aggregate and apply Bedrock Rockote as a topcoat. Allow to cure. Apply Bedrock CRU1, if required, and allow to cure.

Physical Properties / Technical Data:

Compressive Strength (ASTM D695)
10,500 psi minimum @ 7 days
Tensile Strength (ASTM D638)
1750 psi minimum
Tensile Elongation (ASTM D638)
3 Percent
Tensile Shear
28 days @ 77F. 1800 psi minimum
Hardness Shore D (ASTM D2240)
Flexural Strength (ASTM C882)
4,500 psi
Bond Strength (ASTM C882)
100% concrete failure
Indention (MIL-D-3134F)
No indention
Abrasive Resistance (ASTM D1044)
.19 gram maximum
Water Absorption (ASTM C413)

With CRU1 Top Coat:

Pencil Hardness
Taber Abrasion, CS17 1,000 gms, 1,000 cycles wt loss
50 mgs


Resistant to mild acids, alkalies, detergents, solvents, skydrol, hydraulic fluids, lubricating oils, deicing salts, etc. CR and CRU1 have higher resistance to certain chemicals. See individual data sheets.