Epoxy Anti-Slip Floor Coating
Anti-Slip Floor Coating is a two-component coating which combines water-borne epoxy resins and tough, fine-grained abrasives to produce a self-sealing, non-slip floor and deck coating under typical service temperatures of -29°C to 60°C (-20F to 140F).
This product provides enhanced cleanability, chemical resistance and coverage and is the first choice for low profile applications.
Flame retardant in the cured state, Anti-Slip Floor Coating is ideal for recreation areas as well as industrial and institutional facilities where use of a water-based coating is desirable. Typical applications include a non-slip finish for locker rooms, showers, marinas, schools, pool decks, laundries and hospitals.
Where to Use
Metal-fabricated outdoor steps, ladders, and landings
Decks, mezzanines, catwalks, and entryways
Aluminum industrial flooring
Cooler and food storage areas where condensation occurs
How to Use
Rolled applications provide the most aggressive anti-slip characteristics with an irregular, ridged profile.
Can be applied at surface temperatures of 10 to 50°C (50 to 122°F). Application is not recommended when the surface temperature is above or below these temperatures.
Use a phenolic roller. It is important that the rolled profile expose the maximum amount of anti-slip aggregate. If aggregate is not properly exposed, the coating may become slippery when wet.
Pour a "ribbon" of material on the surface approximately 60 cm x 15 cm (2 inch x 6 inch). Roll material toward you with a moderate amount of pressure. Do not over-roll too many times or press down too heavily. Be careful that material does not build up too thickly along welds (roll across welds not along them). Material applied too thickly may not cure properly or it may crack.
Higher temperatures will shorten drying time and conversely, lower temperatures and high relative humidity will lengthen drying time. Exterior applications must be protected from rain for at least 12 to 24 hours after application. Protect from heavy or extended exposure to water, oil and chemicals for 5 to 7days during final cure.