UZIN Materials & Cost Job Calculator

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UZIN Leveling Compounds

NC 110/NC 112/NC 150/NC 157/NC 170/NC 172 (50#); NC 182 (20#)

Depth Bags Needed Total Cost Cost /sf

UZIN PE 460 Moisture Vapor Retarder/1Primer

*Surface porosity will cause coverage rate to vary.

2.5 gallon metal combi-can

*Coverage Rate Pails Needed Total Cost Cost /sf
2270 s/f per pail 1 $0.00 $0.00
see note 3 1 $0.00 $0.00
1Can be used as a surface primer with one rolled coat
2One coat application using a 3/32" x 3/32" x 3/32" flat v-notch stainless steel trowel or notched squeegee
3Two coat application using an UZIN nylon roller sleeve; 1st coat 270 s/f, 2nd coat 540 s/f

UZIN PE 414 Primer/Moisture Vapor Retarder

*Surface porosity will cause coverage rate to vary. Your coverage may be higher.

2.6 gallon plastic jug

*Coverage Rate Pails Needed Total Cost Cost /sf
11200 s/f per pail 1 $0.00 $0.00
21200 s/f per pail 2 $0.00 $0.00
31200 s/f per pail 3 $0.00 $0.00
1Primer with 1 coat / 2 Moisture Retarder with 2 coats / 3 Moisture Retarder with 3 coats (grit binding)

UZIN 1PE 280 Primer & Bonding Agent

*Your coverage may be higher.

2.6 gallon plastic pail

*Coverage Rate Pails NeededTotal Cost Cost /sf
1200 s/f per pail 1 $0.00 $0.00
1850 s/f per pail 1 $0.00 $0.00
1Do not use as a primer under hardwood flooring

UZIN PE 260 Primer & Bonding Agent

*Surface porosity will cause coverage rate to vary. Your coverage may be higher.

2.6 gallon plastic jug

*Coverage Rate Pails Needed/1FS Total CostCost /sf
1800 s/f per pail 1 $0.00 $0.00
*Coverage Rate Pails Needed/21:1 Total CostCost /sf
21400 s/f per pail 1 $0.00 $0.00
1FS = Full Strength for low porosity substrates / 21:1 = 50% dilution ratio for high porosity substrates
w/Leveling per sq foot: $ 0.00

**Includes PE 460, PE 280 and **n/a of leveling compound
Use PE 280 Primer up to 1/2" depth only, grit bind for depths above 1/2"

IMPORTANT NOTE: The information, calculations and formulas found in this calculator are subject to change at any time. Final determination of project volumes rests with the application contractor.

Proper substrate preparation starts with a thorough inspection and assessment of jobsite conditions to determine what concerns need to be addressed to meet the specification and to ensure a successful installation for the life of the floor covering. When assessing a substrate, the flooring contractor must take into consideration the type of flooring, area in which it will be used and the stresses it will be subjected to during its service life. Improper or inadequate assessment and substrate preparation leads to construction delays, costly repairs and/or premature failure of the flooring system. Contact the UZIN Technical Services Department for additional clarification / 866.505.4810 / /