Trinic H-12 Sealer A-Side Replacement

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We now offer the Trinic H-12 Sealer A-Side Replacement!

Having to buy an entire set of sealers or mixes when you accidentally misplace one of the components is a pain. That’s why we now offer the Trinic H-12 A-Side Replacement for the Trinic H-12 Sealer kit. We know that accidents happen. From spills to dry-ups, cross contamination to unsealed bottles, you don’t have to let a slip up ruin your project. We offer this A-Side Sealer by itself to save you time and money.

PLEASE NOTE: When you order this product we will send you Part-A ONLY. To complete a project with Trinic H-12 Water Based Sealer you must have both Part-A and Part-B. For more information on our sealer kit and its uses please give our Silica Systems, Inc. customer service team a call.

  • Easy to apply.
  • Excellent stain, acid, and scratch resistance.
  • Excellent field repair-ability.
  • No chance of catastrophic failure.
  • Clean mixing container.
  • Two syringes for measuring small amounts (to avoid cross contamination).
  • Clean potable water.
  • High density foam roller.
  • Combine 2 parts A to 1 part B mix for 1 minute minimum making sure all of the catalyst is thoroughly homogenized within the mixture.
  • First Coat – Add 7 parts water to 1 part sealer.
  • Second Coat – Mix 4 parts water to 1 sealer.
  • Two coats may be adequate for low use areas such as fireplace surrounds.
  • Third Coat (Option 1) – 2 parts water to 1 part sealer.
  • Third Coat (Option 2) – 3 parts water to 1 part.
  • Three coats may be adequate for vanities, a fourth is recommended for high abuse areas such as kitchen countertops.
  • Fourth and final Coat – 2 parts water to 1 part sealer.
  • Flood the surface with diluted H12.
  • Roll with a high density foam roller.
  • Keep wet for up to 5 minutes or until the concrete stops absorbing sealer.
  • Keep rolling until all foam is gone and roller marks disappear, Ring out foam roller to remove any access material. The thinner the coat the better the scratch resistance.
  • Remember – “Thin to Win.”
  • Once there are no longer roller lines or foam left on surface let sit until the coat is dry to the touch. When you can rub it with your finger and not leave a mark, its ready for the next coat. This generaly takes about an hour at 75 degrees, about 2 to 3 hours at 60 degrees.
  • You can use 600 grit sandpaper to remove dust particles from the sealer after it has cured a couple of days, if you attempt to sand the sealer to early in the cure cycle you may end up removing it.
  • The sealer will have excellent blush resistance in three days.
  • The sealer requires seven days to have excellent scratch, acid, and stain protection.
  • The sealer will continue to build hardness out to 14 days.
  • Small scratches can be spot repaired by filling the scratch with sealer and wiping off excess.
  • The sealer can be re-coated by sanding the tops with 200 to 400 grit sand paper and sealing with an additional coat of sealer.
  • Trinic H-12 Sealer Part I
  • Trinic H-12 Sealer Part II
  • Trinic H 12 Tips and Techniques
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