PENTENS E-620F Water-based Epoxy coating

────── Taiwan Green Material Label Product  ​​

PENTENS E-620F A pigmented, reactive two-component system, consisting of water-emulsified epoxy resin and it is environmentally friendly with extremely low V.O.C. (volatile organic compound)


  • Environmentally friendly
  • Cured membrane will withstand high levels of hydrostatic pressure up to meter head of water or 250 kPa
  • Excellent wear and impact resistant properties
  • Excellent resistant to chemicals
  • Applied to damp surfaces
  • Applied to freshly laid gardened (green) concrete
  • Non-toxicity
  • Excellent adhesion to most substrates including brick, masonry, concrete, compressed fiberboard, stone and timber
  • Easy clean-up


  • Portable water treatment process
  • Waste water treatment process
  • Food Industrials
  • Clean room
  • Storage and logistic areas
  • Chemical and pharmaceutical industries
  • Institutional areas



Surface Preparation

All the surfaces must be clean, free from grease, oil, laitance, and remove all the dirt and contaminants, which might affect adhesion.

Each component should be individually mixed to form homogeneous components prior to mixing.
Thoroughly mix the two components in the ratio of 10:1 by weight, using a mechanical forced action mixer with a high shear stirrer until a homogeneous paste is obtained.

Spread the material using a roller or brush to achieve a smooth coverage and finish.Spray application is also acceptable provided uniform thickness coverage is obtained.
A minimum of two coats is recommended and care should be taken to ensure to uniformly apply the material at the required coverage rates.
Allow to cure for a minimum of 72 hours at 25°C/50%R.H. before applying adhesives, mortars, decorative coatings or other surface treatments.


Impervious gloves and barrier cream should be used when handling these products.
Eye protection should be worn. In case of contact with eyes, wash thoroughly with plenty of water and seek medical advice if symptoms persist.
If contact with skin occurs, it must be removed before curing takes place.
Wash off with an industrial skin clearer followed by plenty of soap and water. Do not use solvent.
Ensure adequate ventilation when using these products.