The FastFlake System

From Epoxy2U Australia
Same day, in and out.

Fast Epoxy Flake Same Day

Epoxy flake floors in a fraction of the time.

Tradesmen utilising the Epoxy2U products in this system can complete a double garage from prep to topcoat in 6 hours, same day

Utilising 6150RC and Polyaspartic85 with appropriate labor and preparation equipment means HUNDREDS of square meters of flake flooring can be completed in a single day. We have had applicators report completing 500-800m2 in a single day. All while curing fast for the client, with low odor and ZERO VOCs. The FastFlake system is a better experience for everyone involved.


The heart of the FastFlake system, 6150RC, is a primer base coat in one. 100% solids, 0 VOC, 6m2 per Litre* and cures for flake reclaim and profiling in 1.5 - 2 hours.
Available in Light Grey, Beige, and several other colours to suit a range of flake combinations.
6150RC, when applied over a properly prepared substrate as part of a full broadcast system comes with our 7 year adhesion guarantee*. 

6150RC 100% solids epoxy primer base coat
Polyaspartic 85 solids clear uv stable top coat


The Clear coat and final step in the FastFlake process, Poly85 is a single coat over our standard flake range. UV stable and cures in 24hrs for vehicle traffic with minimal odor and low VOCs. Easy to apply, it is supplied clear and coverage over our flake range is 6m2 per litre*. Also available as a RapidCure version, which cures for vehicles in 3 hours.


Our standard range of flakes consists of 8 popular flake combinations, making colour choice less overwhelming for clients. Any brand of flake or other broadcast media can be used in the FastFlake system, but please do a test first or contact E2U Australia for advice as other brands, sizes, materials, etc. of flake and broadcast media can require different methodologies and may impact consumption of 6150RC and Poly85.

flake chip colours sample board epoxy

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*Practical coverage may vary. Coverage is affected by factors such as: substrate porosity, surface profile, and application method.