Loyola Marymount University
Vehicular Traffic Deck
FREEDOMTUFF 6160 EPOXY PRIMER
FREEDOMTUFF 4280 POLYUETHANE
FREEDOMTUFF 4300 POLYURETHANE
FREEDOMTUFF 4000 POLYASPARTIC
Project Description: In March 2019 loyola marymount university in los angeles needed to find a vehicular traffic coating system for the very busy student parking garage over occupied space.
Application: No one takes turns in a parking lot faster than a university student late for class. For this reason loyola marymount turned to freedom chemical for a durable vehicular traffic coating picking the
Results: The DefenderDeck™ was chosen for its proven durability for high traffic areas. Concrete was prepared and 8 mils of ft-6160 was applied with a light sand broadcast. Ft-4280 polyurethane was applied at 20 mils and then covered with 20 mils of ft-4300 polyurethane with a 20/40 aggregate broadcast. A double application of the ft-4300 with broadcast was added to drive lanes and turn radiuses. Ft-4000 aliphatic topcoat was applied at 16 mils to provide a color stable durable finish.