epoxy coating



A two component epoxy-polyamide pigmented with durable pigments giving a glossy topcoat with:

  • High resistance to impact and abrasion
  • Good adhesion to aged epoxy coatings.
  • Resustance to spillage or splashes of mild coatings.



  • A high gloss finish for steelwork or non-ferrous substrates.
  • Suitable as a tank lining for aviation fuel tanks.
  • As a colourful topcoat for flooring systems.


  • This coating is usually applied overa suitable primer undercoat or build coat. This underlying system

Should be sounded adundamaged. The primers should be either 2 pack epoxies, polyurethanes or zinc silicates.

  • The surface to be overcoated must a dry and free from surface contaminants.
  • All wax. Oil and grease should be removed by solvent cleaning accordance with the guidelines given


  • Solubla salts, dirt and dust must be removed prior to applying the coating. Dry brushing should be


  • Always onsure the maximum overcoating time for the primer/build coat has not been exceeded prior

to application


Sandpaper, dust down to remove cement splashes ate. Fill up holes and cracks. Apply three coats enamet thining first coat 10oC


The information provided on this data sheet is not intended to be completed and is provided as general advice only. It is the rasponsibility of the user that the product is suitable for the purpose for which he wishes to use it. As we have no control over the treatment of the product, the standard of surface preparation of the substrate, or other factons addecting the use of this product, we are not responsible for its performance nor would we accept any liability whatsoever or howsoever arising from information contained in this data sheet may be modified by us from to time, and without notice, in the light of our experience and continuous product development.


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