2K Epoxy Dust Sealer Matt Finish is a two pack dust sealing coat designed for new or old concrete floors. The sealer is ideal for areas such as warehouses and production spaces, where dust can quickly build on the floor. This coating allows the floor to be more easily cleaned of dust and other regular contaminants, while providing a grey colour to the surface.
Please be aware that as this is a two part coating, there is a limited application time before it begins to cure (around 50 minutes). For this reason, it is important to mix the quantity that can be applied within this time to avoid wastage.
This sealer is part of our 2K floor range, alongside our 2K epoxy primer and 2K epoxy topcoat. If you have any questions about our 2K coatings, please contact us by web chat, phone or email. Our friendly team can answer questions about preparation, application and compatibility, as well as other topics.
We also have a 2K clear gloss dust sealer available. For a clear single pack alternative sealer, see Pliocem Concrete Sealer.
Please note: The colours on the product listings are only given as a guide. This is due to the fact that every computer monitor has a different capability to display colours. In addition, everyone sees these colours differently. Sample pots are available to order upon request.
Colours Available: Light Grey, Mid Grey, Admiralty Grey
Pack Sizes: 20Kg
Coverage / Drying Times:
Working Time: Approximately 50 minutes
Foot Traffic: 6 – 8 hours at 20ºC
Overcoat: within 24 hours. After this time the surface will require light abrasion.
Please note, drying times will be extended at low temperatures. Do not apply when ambient temperature falls below 15ºC
Theoretical Consumption: 0.10 – 0.15 kg/m2
(Coverage rate can be affected by such variables as type and condition of substrate, type of application equipment and individual method of application.)
Prepare the substrate by either light vacuum shot blasting / or grinding and remove rough contamination by grinding (as required). The surface must exhibit a minimum compressive strength of minimum 25 N/mm² and adhesive strength of minimum 1.5 N/mm². The surface must be clean and free of dust and loose particles. All traces of contaminants, including oils, fats, grease, paint, chemical and laitance should be removed. Any cracks or damage should be properly remedied prior to application.
Prior to application, the material should be heated to an ambient temperature (air and floor temperature).
The A component should be stirred for 1–2 minutes before added entire contents of B component and mixing for further 2–3 minutes. Use a slow speed drill and helical spinner, taking care not to entrain air. Subsequently the mix can be diluted with unto 10% water (maximum) into the first coat only. The material should be sieved by pouring into another container (either with a paint filter with 0.6–1.0mm mesh size, or with a household sieve with inlaid fly screen or similar fabric, mesh size <1mm). We recommend the application by equal batch numbers.The product is poured immediately onto the prepared surface and applied with a roller or rubber squeegee. A seconded coat is normally recommended. Pooling should always be avoided as this will lead to variations in the visual appearance of the cured material.In order to ensure a fast evaporation of the water, the relative air humidity should not exceed 85% during processing and curing. Air circulation is recommended however drafts should be avoided. Direct sunlight, high temperatures and low humidity cause rapid curing and should be avoided as otherwise it may lead to skin formation, approaches or visible rake marks.We recommend the application by equal batch numbers and it is also important to keep a wet edge between two pours of material as they will otherwise be visible.