TERRAZZCO Brand Epoxy Resin
Concord Terrazzo Company manufactures TERRAZZCO Brand Epoxy Resin for epoxy terrazzo and resinous flooring systems.
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TERRAZZCO Brand Epoxy Resin is a decorative terrazzo flooring system designed for institutional, commercial, and industrial building projects. Containing more resin content than other brands, TERRAZZCO EZPour Epoxy 158 is easier to apply and creates a more durable and low maintenance flooring solution.
Concord Terrazzo Company offers a complete thin-set epoxy terrazzo system. Thinset Terrazzo is a decorative flooring system that combines epoxy resins with aggregates troweled by a contractor at 1/4″ or 3/8″ thickness. TERRAZZCO Epoxy Resins provide the lowest lifecycle costs of any flooring system available today.
TERRAZZCO® Groutless™ EZPour Epoxy 158 is a pigmented, 100% solid (VOC free), two-component epoxy resin system. When combined with aggregates and poured in place to 1/4” or 3/8” nominal thickness, it yields a highly decorative and durable terrazzo flooring system.
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Profile: Epoxy Terrazzo System
Finish: Polished and Sealed
Thickness: 3/8″ or 1/4″
Color: Unlimited Colors and Designs
Tensile Strength: 9,589 psi
Compressive Strength: 13,260 psi
Flexural Strength: 4,100 psi
Packaging: Part A Resin: 5-gallon pails or 55-gallon drums. Part B Hardener packaged in one-gallon cans, 5-gallon pails or 55-gallon drums
Shipping: Available in United States and Worldwide. Contact Sales for Quotes.
Lead Time: 2-4 Weeks or Less for Materials
Basic Uses: TERRAZZCO EZPour Epoxy 158 provides the best in aesthetic value and innovation in designing seamless poured-in-place epoxy terrazzo flooring. TERRAZZCO EZPour Epoxy can be used also to fabricate precast terrazzo products ranging from stair treads, countertops, wall base, and tile. Ideal for any indoor space of any institutional, commercial, and industrial setting.
Limitations: Epoxy terrazzo is not recommended for outdoor applications due to deterioration caused by UV ray exposure (For outdoor applications, architects and designers should consider a cementitious terrazzo system.) Epoxy terrazzo is not ideal for concrete surfaces with high moisture vapor emissions. Any surface with high vapor emissions requires a proven moisture barrier product like TERRAZZCO Moisture Mitigation System MMS 950.
Education: Universities and schools have requirements for wear resistance, chemical resistance, and noise reduction. Epoxy terrazzo can be installed from classrooms to corridors and cafeterias to restrooms. Epoxy terrazzo can be matched to school colors including school logos and mascots
Healthcare: Seamless epoxy terrazzo floors aid in infection control offering a system that is highly durable, stain-resistant, and easy to clean. Zero VOCs make each area of the hospital facility more breathable.
Airports and Transportation: Epoxy terrazzo offers decorative and modern design options for airports while protecting the floors from stains from wheeled luggage and high wear due to heavy foot traffic.
Government and Corporate Offices: Epoxy terrazzo offers options to design elegant floorplans for office environments. Low VOCs aid in employee productivity and overall wellbeing.
Hospitality and Retail: Terrazzo floors stand up to heavy traffic and spills, and are simple to clean. Terrazzo is perfect for retail stores looking to enforce their brand using a variety of colors and design elements to attract new visitors.
GREENGUARD GOLD: TERRAZZCO Brand Epoxy Resin products are certified Greenguard and Greenguard Gold, tested to have zero chemical emissions during the installation and lifecycle of the epoxy terrazzo system.
LEED Credits: TERRAZZCO Products can assist architects in obtaining USGBC LEED credits.
MRcr1.3 Building Reuse Credit (1 point possible)
Terrazzo floors typically last the life of the structure. In many renovation projects, the original terrazzo flooring has been restored to its original luster following some inexpensive repairs and refinishing. Refinishing of terrazzo can be combined with the reuse of other non-shell areas like walls, doors, and ceiling systems to achieve 50% reuse.
MRcr4.1 and 4.2 Recycled Content Credit (2 points possible)
Terrazzo allows for easy incorporation of recycled glass, as well as stone or marble that has been salvaged from other buildings and re-crushed and sieved for the terrazzo trade. One point is granted for 10% recycled content and a second point for an additional 10% (20% total) of the total value of the materials on the project. A floor containing 100% recycled glass would contain as much as 75% by volume of recycled product. Aluminum strips may also contain recycled metal. The credit is based on the dollar value of the raw material.
MRcr5.1 and 5.2 Local Regional Materials Credit (2 points possible)
One point is awarded if 10% of the project building materials are extracted, harvested, or recovered, as well as manufactured within a 500-mile radius of the project and the calculation is based on the cost of the raw materials. The marble chips, glass aggregate, as well as the cement and epoxy binders are available throughout the United States. Terrazzo can contribute to the credit if the raw material supplier is located within 500 miles of the project site. A second point is awarded if the total percentage of the cost of regional materials is at least 20%.
MRCR2.1 and 2.2 Construction Waste Management Credit (1 to 2 points)
Terrazzo can be a part of the construction waste management team and assist in the reclamation of waste from the construction process. In projects that require demolition of existing structures, the terrazzo contractor can be part of the construction waste management team – reclaiming aggregate and thereby avoiding disposal into the landfill. If desired, the salvaged aggregate can potentially be used in the flooring of the new building project.
INDOOR ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY
EQCR4.1 Indoor Emitting Materials Credit 4.1 or 4.2 (1 point possible)
Cement-based terrazzo systems are inorganic binders, containing no Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC’s). The epoxy manufacturers of thin-set epoxy terrazzo systems have moved to 100% solid formulas, eliminating the addition of any VOC’s in the material. Certification of compliance may be obtained from the individual epoxy manufacturer.
IDCR1 Innovative Design Credit (1 point possible)
Terrazzo can also potentially gain additional points under the Innovation and Design category for innovative performance in Green Building categories not specifically addressed by LEED. Extensive use of terrazzo as a predominant floor material can potentially result in an installation with a Life Cycle Analysis that exceeds that of other floor materials.
Concord Terrazzo Company is a single-source supplier in terrazzo, providing all the materials for contractors to install a finished terrazzo floor. All work should be performed by a trained and experienced terrazzo or flooring contractor.
Working Life: 40-50 mins @ 75F
Full Set Time: 18-24 Hours @ 75F
Full Cure & Maximum Performance: 5-10 days
Coverage: 3/8″: – 9-10 sq. ft per mixed gallon; 1/4″ 11-12 sq. ft per mixed gallon.
Maintenance: Terrazzo flooring made with TERRAZZCO Brand EZPour Epoxy 158 can be simply cleaned with neutral soaps and detergents. Daily dust mopping and weekly damp mopping is recommended. Regular mechanical scrubbing is recommended for all surfaces having a non-skid texture. Long periods of heavy foot traffic may require reapplication of a finish coat.
“Your firm provided a superior product for our Talley Student Union Center. The new grand atrium, corridors, and Stewart Theater pre-function spaces are quite simply University showplaces. You and your team did an excellent job of coordinating.”
"We would like to thank Concord Terrazzo Company for supplying TERRAZZCO® Brand Products that were used at Goldsboro High School. This American made, high quality resin system looks great on the floors and shows pride in what they do. It was very important to us to have all work performed as scheduled and it was accomplished due to all materials coming from one central source."
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