MasterSeal Traffic 2000: Low odor polyurethane deck coating system for vehicular and pedestrian traffic areas
Formerly: Conipur Plus
How does MasterSeal Traffic 2000 deck coating system work?
MasterSeal Traffic 2000 consists of:
- MasterSeal M 200 – a one component, moisture-curing polyurethane
- MasterSeal M 205, a low VOC, one-component, moisture-curing polyurethane
- MasterSeal TC 275 – a two-component fast curing aromatic polyurethane topcoat with outstanding mechanical properties, including high tensile strength, and excellent tear and abrasion resistance.
- MasterSeal TC 295 – a high performance, two component, aliphatic, polyaspartic modified, high solids, polyurethane waterproofing coating for use as an intermediate/topcoat for the MasterSeal Traffic 2000 and MasterSeal Traffic 2500 deck coating systems
- Interior or exterior, above grade
- Mechanical rooms
- Plaza decks
- Elevated concrete slabs
- Plywood decks/balconies
What are the unique features of MasterSeal Traffic 2000 coating system?
- Meets EPA national requirements for VOC
- Seamless waterproof membrane protects concrete from freeze/thaw damage; protects occupied areas below from water damage; has no seams that may result in leaks
- Excellent chemical resistance to protect against common parking deck chemicals including gasoline, diesel fuel, oil, alcohol, ethylene glycol, de-icing salt, bleach and cleaning agents
What are the benefits of MasterSeal Traffic 2000 coating system?
- Fast turnaround reduces facility downtime
- Primerless system reduces labor and material costs
- Low odor allows the system to be applied near occupied spaces
- Excellent chloride resistance protects against chloride intrusion, extending the life of reinforced steel
- Skid resistant for increased safety; offers excellent durability and superior abrasion resistance
Download component and system technical literature for MasterSeal Traffic 2000 coating system:
Data Guide (French)
MasterSeal Deck Membrane Troubleshooting Guide