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Frequently Asked Questions for Cooler Crete

Is Cooler Crete a USDA approved epoxy floor patch?

Yes, Cooler Crete is an ideal solution for a USDA approved epoxy floor patch / resurfacer in cold storage applications.

Cooler Crete is safe to use around food products due to the fact that we have had USDA approvals on this product since the 80’s.

Is there a strong odor to Cooler Crete?

No, this product has a low odor. Due to the fact that this floor epoxy is safe around food, the odor is very minimal.

Can Cooler Crete repair a walk-in freezer floor?

Yes! Cooler Crete was designed to repair walk in freezers and any other cold storage applications. Cooler Crete can repair floors up to 20 °F.

How much coverage will I get from one unit?

Each 5-gallon unit will be 50 sq ft at 1/8 of an inch.

What is the cure time and pot-life for Cooler Crete?

Pot life on Cooler Crete is 20 minutes. This means, you have 20 minutes to apply the epoxy before the epoxy gets hard and unworkable.

Cure time is overnight. We recommend you waiting for an over nighttime cure time after application before any traffic hits the repaired/resurfaced area.

How do I apply Cooler Crete?

Cooler Crete is a trowel-able product.

Application video on Cooler Crete can be found here.


Frequently Asked Questions for Pox-a-Crete

Is Pox-a-Crete a USDA approved epoxy floor patch?

Yes, Pox-A-Crete is an ideal solution for a USDA approved epoxy floor patch / resurfacer.

Pox-A-Crete is safe to use around food products due to the fact that we have had USDA approvals on this product since the 80’s.

Is there a strong odor to Pox-A-Crete?

No, this product has a low odor. Due to the fact that this floor epoxy is safe around food, the odor is very minimal.

How much coverage will I get from one unit?

Each 5-gallon unit will be 50 sq ft at 1/8 of an inch.

Pox-a- Crete is available in Grey, Red and Natural Tan

What is the cure time and pot-life for Pox-A-Crete?

Pot life on Pox-a-Crete is 20 minutes. This means, you have 20 minutes to apply the epoxy before the epoxy gets hard and unworkable.

Cure time is overnight. We recommend you waiting for an over nighttime cure time after application before any traffic hits the repaired/resurfaced area.

How do I apply Pox-a-Crete?

Pox-a-Crete is a trowel-able product.

Application video on Pox-a-Crete can be found here.


Frequently Asked Questions for Acid Crete

Is Acid Crete a chemical resistant epoxy floor patch?

Yes, Acid Crete is an ideal solution for a chemical resistant epoxy floor patch / resurfacer.

Our special formulation makes this 100% epoxy solids floor repair stand up to brutal chemical spills whether you are dealing with chrome plating or fertilizer, Acid Crete is able to handle it.

What chemicals does Acid Crete stand up against?

Acid Crete, which is our chemical resistant epoxy floor patch/resurfacer is in fact resistant to Acetic, chromic hydrochloric (45%), Nitric (10%), Oleic, Sulfuric (75%), Phosphoric and many other chemicals. Call our office at 800-521-2107 for more information!

How much coverage will I get from one unit?

Each 5-gallon unit will be 50 sq ft at 1/8” of an inch.

Acid Crete is available in Grey, Red and Natural Tan

What is the cure time and pot-life for Acid Crete?

Pot life on Acid Crete is 20 minutes. This means, you have 20 minutes to apply the epoxy before the epoxy gets hard and unworkable.

Cure time is overnight. We recommend you waiting for an over nighttime cure time after application before any traffic hits the repaired/resurfaced area.

How do I apply Acid Crete?

Acid Crete is a trowel-able product.

Application video on Acid Crete can be found here.


Frequently Asked Questions for Fast Rock

What Is fast-setting epoxy floor patch?

Our fast-drying epoxy floor patch is a 100% epoxy solids formula that is made to cure in 2 hours therefore your operation downtime Is minimal

What makes Fast Rock a fast-setting epoxy floor patch?

The fact that this epoxy sets and is dry and ready for traffic in 2 hours is why we consider it “fast setting”

Most other epoxy floor patches and require at least 24-48 hours of dry time before returning to normal traffic/operations. Fast Rock only takes 2 hours.

How much coverage will I get from one unit?

Each 50 gallon unit will be 30 sq ft at 1/8” of an inch.

Fast Rock is available in Grey, Red and Natural Tan

What is the cure time and pot-life for Fast Rock?

Pot life on is Fast Rock is 20 minutes. This means, you have 20 minutes to apply the epoxy before the epoxy gets hard and unworkable.

Cure time is 2 hours. We recommend you waiting a 2-hour time period after application before any traffic hits the repaired/resurfaced area.

How do you apply fast drying epoxy floor patch/resurfacer?

Fast Rock should be applied with a trowel. Please visit our Youtube page that demonstrates how to apply Fast Rock. See more information on Fast Rock here.


Frequently Asked Questions for Zip Crete

Is Zip Crete a self-leveling epoxy floor patch/resurfacer?

The answer is yes, Zip Crete is a self-leveling epoxy floor patch and resurfacer. It is ideal for repairing or resurfacing spalled floors.

Zip Crete is a 100% epoxy solids system which contains no solvents or harmful chemicals. It is a combination of tough epoxy resins and very fine aggregates. Together they form a tough epoxy shield over your worn concrete floor providing a smooth rolling surface that is extremely attractive and easy to clean.

How much coverage will I get from one unit?

Each 50 gallon unit will be 50 sq ft at 1/16” of an inch.

Zip Crete is available in Grey, Red and Natural Tan

What is the cure time and pot-life for Zip Crete?

Pot life is Zip Crete is 20 minutes. This means, you have 20 minutes to apply the epoxy before the epoxy gets hard and unworkable.

Cure time is overnight. We recommend you waiting for an overnight cure before any traffic hits the repaired/resurfaced area.

How do you apply self-leveling epoxy floor repair/resurfacer?

Zip Crete should be applied with a notched trowel or squeegee. Please visit our youtube page that demonstrates how to apply Zip Crete.


Frequently Asked Questions for Arctic Crete

Can you repair a freezer floor?

The answer is yes, its encouraged with this product.

With our USDA approved product Arctic Crete, you can successfully patch/resurface any freezer floor down to -20°F in temperature and cure for normal steel wheel traffic in 2 hours!!

Arctic Crete was specifically made for freezer floor repair, walk in cooler floor repair, food plant floor repair, food processing floor repair, produce warehouse floor repair and much more! Keep in mind this is a USDA approved product so you will pass all inspections with flying colors.

How long do I have to shut down to let the floor cure?

After 2 hours, you can return to business as usual with no worry in mind that your floor will crack or peel.

You have roughly 15-20 minutes tops of pot life, so once the parts are properly mixed and the floor has been properly prepped– start applying!! Keep In mind this is a trowel-able product.

Freezer floor repair can be a hassle but with our 100% solids epoxy formula that is zero VOC and zero HAPS you can rest assured your repair will be expedient and environmental friendly.

Is this product USDA approved?

Yes, Arctic Crete is a low odor – USDA approved product that is encouraged to be utilized in environments exposed to food.

Arctic Crete is a great solution for your freezer floor repair when it comes to inspection time.

Take a look at our ideal solution for freezer floor repair at https://www.mipco.org/arctic-crete.php