Optimus 6020 Nova Bar

Description:  100% Solids Industrial & Commercial Epoxy Floor Coating

Nova Bar 6020 is a 100% solids, advanced technology of diglycidyl ether of bisphenol-A resin reacted with a modified multiple ring cycloaliphatic amine adduct activator.  The resulting polymer structure is extremely tough with very good chemical resistance to corrosive waters and  various other chemicals.  Nova Bar  6020 is resistant to amine blush and water spotting with convenient pre-measured kits, 2:1 ratio and overnight cure. 6020 is an attractive epoxy floor coating designed to provide penetration, wetting and sealing of substrates and surfaces for improved appearance and protection. It is formulated to be hard, durable, impact and abrasion resistant.  The primary use of this 2:1 ratio product system is for industrial floor coatings, industrial work areas, shops, show room floors, commercial floors and forklift traffic work areas.



Protective attractive color coat epoxy flooring system

Designed to seal floors against abrasion, water, oils and chemicals

Good Color stability

Provided in two set times



Appearance Clear or pigmented
Viscosity 350 to 600 cps
Gel Time, 100g 30 min to 1 hr
Techne GT-3 Gelation Timer
Thin Film Set Time 4-7 hr. BK Drying Recorder Phase III
Hardness Shore D 70 Din 53505
Compressive Strength,[MPa] 70
Compressive Modulus,[GPa] 2.0 ISO 604
Tensile Strength,[GPa] 52
Tensile Modulus,[GPa] 2.7 ISO 527
Flexural Strength,[MPa] 94
Flexural Modulus,[GPa] 2.1 ISO 178
Heat Distortion Temperature C 50 ASTM D648
Carbamation Test (scale 1 to 5) 5

Preparation: Concrete must have a minimum 28 day cure prior to application.  Remove any curing agent, form release materials, oils, wax, moisture or any material that may affect bonding.  *Perform a Moisture Vapor Test before making the coating application on concrete.  Clean by abrasive “brush-off” blast.  Provide rough profile minimum 2 mils.   Review ASTM D4259 Abrading Concrete and ASTM F1869 Measuring Moisture Vapor Emission.  Seal/repair all bug-holes, cracks and spalls, see Madison data sheets on 810, 4010 and 3020 (joints). Use an Madison primer over filled cracks and voids. Do not apply 6020 to floors that have not been properly repaired, treated and primed or that do not have a pH of 7-8.5.  Remove all old coatings.

Thinning:  Xylene, use sparingly for desired application result.  Test before using on a large area. 

Temperature Range: 35°F to 125°F (air and surface) and 5°F above dew point. 

Packaging:  3 gallon kits and 15 gallon kits. 

Pigment Colors: Medium Gray, Clear, Tile Red,

Limitations:   Concrete;  Best results over 2 to 3 mil profile and vapor barrier as needed. Hot conditions: the product may set faster in hot conditions and slower in cold conditions.  Keep out of direct sunlight and store the product kits on wood pallets at room temperature.  Wear protective clothing, goggles and NIOSH cartridge  mask.  This product is for use by professional applicators only. Read MSDS before using this product. DOT/Flash Point – Non-flammable Liquid Classification. Warranty:  See Madison Universal Polymers Technologies Warranty data sheet.  (8/10) Product data sheets subject to change without notice.  © 2010 Madison Universal Polymers Technologies.