Auto-Gard E combines a urethane base coat with an epoxy wear coat, and a choice of epoxy or urethane topcoat. Designed for the toughest traffic, it utilizes our proven 70714/70715-09 epoxy or our 70750/70751 low-modulus epoxy for a wear coat that can handle the heavy traffic. A choice of our 7992-U aggregate or #16 aluminum oxide provides aggressive grip.
Our FC7540/FC7964 urethane or 70714/70715-09 epoxy may be selected for the topcoat, depending on UV exposure and other factors (consult with Neogard to determine the best option for your project). A variety of colors are available for both topcoats.
Vehicular Traffic, Heavy Duty
Our Neogard Experts team is glad to tell you how Auto-Gard E is the best coating system to protect your investment.
Before application, always check Neogard Product Data Sheets and Guide Specifications for mixing instructions and other important information.
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Safety Data Sheets (SDS)
Typically the coating needs to cure 72 hours before opening to vehicular traffic. In cooler temperatures this time may extend out as much as 24-36 hours.
It is best to water cure concrete or use a sodium silicate curing compound. The use of acrylic or other “film forming” compounds will create bond issues and must be removed.
The coating should be applied at temperatures that are 40°F/4°C and rising during application.
The coating should not be applied to deck surfaces that are =/> 100°F/38°C.
High-performance protection tested under the harshest environments. Auto-Gard E was developed to endure intense vehicular traffic while providing a seamless, durable, skid-resistance membrane to prevent the ingress of moisture and chloride intrusion.