Coo-Var Acrylic Floor Paint is a water based, single pack floor paint designed for use on a variety of floor surfaces, including concrete, tarmac and asphalt. It is low odour and suitable for foot and light truck traffic. It can be applied to 2 week old concrete after the removal of the laitance.
Touch dry in 1.5 hours and hard dry in 6 hours. Leave 6 hours before overcoating.
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Also available in an anti-slip finish and an oil based equivalent.
If you would like a colour other than those shown here, please call us on 01942 884122 and let us know what type of colour you are looking for, we may be able to supply it.
All surfaces should be clean, dry, sound and free from contaminants. Concrete – power floated, granolithic and smooth surfaces should be roughened first to provide a good “key” for the paint. This is done mechanically by abrading or blasting, or chemically, using Coo-Var Acid Etch. These processes will have the advantage in addition to preparing the surface of also removing dirt and laitance.
New concrete must be allowed to cure thoroughly which can take up to 3 months. Other surfaces have to be prepared and primed with the suitable primer for that substrate.
Existing painted surfaces – Clean, degrease and sand the surface to ensure an adequate “key”. Remove all loose and flaking material and treat bare areas as a new surface.
Mix well before use.
As dictated by normal good painting practice. Do not apply if the temperature is likely to drop below 7 °C during application or during the drying process. In confined spaces, provide adequate ventilation during application and drying.
Apply direct to wood, Metal Primer on Metal, Coo-Var Acrylic Floor Paint thinned 5% with clean water on all other unpainted surfaces.
Coo-Var Acrylic Floor Paint
Do not paint when temperature will be at or below 7 °C during the painting and drying process. PTV Results 62 Dry – Low Risk, 29 Wet – Moderate Risk. These products have been independently tested under laboratory conditions.
A site assessment is an important component in determining the slip risk of any given floor; the environment, contamination substances, types of footwear and likely pedestrian behaviour can all affect the actual figures achieved during application. An onsite verification may be necessary to determine.
11sqm per litre