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Epoxy.com Product #32

Flexible Epoxy Membrane and Mortar

Epoxy Crack Isolation System for most Epoxy.com Flooring and Coating Systems


Epoxy.com Product #32 Flexible Epoxy is a flexible resin used as an epoxy membrane and as a flexible epoxy mortar. Epoxy.com Product #32 Flexible Epoxy is a two component, 100% solids epoxy used as a base in many Epoxy.com Flexible Epoxy Floor and Mortar Systems. Flexible Epoxy resists cracking caused by horizontal substrate movement, providing a crack resistant, resilient, sound absorbent, waterproof, durable floor.

Epoxy.com Product #32 Flexible Epoxy offers stress-relieving properties for floor slabs that show movement or vibration. Product #32 Flexible Epoxy is excellent for use in areas such as mechanical equipment rooms, large animal rooms and activity centers.


  • Crack Resistant - Elasticity Allows Substrate Movement
  • Ultimate Elongation of 140-150%
  • Moisture Insensitive
  • Reduces Noise Created by Mechanical Vibrations
  • Waterproof
  • Good Shock Absorption Qualities
  • Good Chemical Resistance
  • Meets USDA requirements


Surface must be clean and sound. Remove all dirt, laitance, grease curing compounds and other foreign matter by sandblasting, shot blasting, or mechanical abrasion. Remove water and dust from all surfaces with an oil-free blast immediately prior to application. See Epoxy.com Surface Preparation Guide for more details.


Application of Epoxy.com Product #32 Flexible Epoxy can be applied with brush roller or spray. When spraying back-roll to ensure good contact with surface. One coats at a minimum thickness of 32-40 mils each (40-50 square feet per gallon) is recommended. Do not use in temperatures below 50 degrees F, as cooler temperatures delay hardening.


Prolonged or repeated exposure may cause eye and skin irritation. If contact occurs, wash immediately and seek medical help. Use safety glasses with side shields and wear protective rubber gloves.


All tools and equipment should be cleaned before the system gels. Use MEK, Acetone, or any lacquer solvent.


Mix Ratio 1:1 by volume
Working Life 30-40 minutes
Color White
Viscosity (mixed) 4,800 CPS
Tack Free 10-12 hours
Recoat12-48 hours
Full Set Time48-72 hours
Final Cure - Max Resistance 5-10days
Tensile Strength (ASTM C-307) 1650 psi
Ultimate Elongation (ASTM D-412) 140-150%
Volatile Organic Content (VCC)
(EPA Method 24)
25 g/l, Compliant to low VOC
Rule 1113 in all 50 states
Adhesion to Concrete (ASTM D-7234) 350-400+ psi (Concrete Fails)
Thermal Cycling ASTM C884 No Cracking
Flammability ASTM D635 Self Extinguishing
Hardness Shore A (ASTM D-2240) 70-80
Hardness Shore D  (ASTM D-2240) 60-65
Impact Resistance (ASTM D-2794) 16 ft. lbs.

Proper mixing and installation is critical to the optimal success of all product.  Seeee Installation Tips, Techdata, & MSDS for more details on our products.  Be sure to contact us with any questions and/or concerns that you have.

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Since 1980 - 39 years
Florida & Vermont

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