Industrial Floor Paint Ideal For Concrete,Metal & Barns
An extremely hardwearing, durable, industrial spec coating formulated for professional usage for use anywhere from a domestic garage to a busy heavy traffic warehouse. As industrial painting contractors, we use these products ourselves.
Often applied over our Epoxy Resin Floor Sealer (see separate listing)
Excellent mechanical & chemical resistance
Ideal for brick, concrete, metal & wooden surfaces
Garages & Test Centres
Kennels & Catteries
Boats - Anti-slip aggregate available (see below)
Regal Acid Etch Cleaner & Degreaser
Regal Epoxy Resin Floor Sealer
Regal Epoxy Line Marking Paint
Regal Industrial Thinner
Regal High Opacity Masonry Paint
If we don't have stock in the branded tins, we will send the same product in unbranded, plain white tins. Please note, this will still be the same product.
Colours - Colour Chart Link
Colours shown are for guidance only as the appearance can vary between computer screens.
Click on the link above to see RAL and British Standard colour charts.
If you can't find the colour you want, please contact me (see Seller Information below) to discuss your requirement.
The substrate should be clean, free from laitance, oil, grease or other agents which may impair adhesion or drying.
New concrete floors should be cured with a suitably low moisture content.
Power floated floors should be etched or blast-tracked (see below for concrete etching solution).
Mixing Ratio - 4 Parts Base : 1 Part Hardener (the base colour is in the larger tin and the hardener in the smaller tin).
Up to 10% thinner may be added if necessary (eg. in low temperatures when the paint is thicker).
Pour the hardener into the base. There is enough room in the base tin to pour the hardener in for mixing.
Thoroughly mix the base and hardener (and thinner). An electric drill with stirrer attachment is recommended, particularly with larger tubs.
Once the base and hardener are mixed, use immediately.
Brush or roller
Coverage - 5-8m² / Ltr depending on the porosity and texture of the surface
Pot Life - up to 2 hrs. Pay particular attention on warm days when the pot life will be shorter.
A minimum of two coats recommended. The first coat may be thinned to act as a sealer.
Apply at the recommended coverage rate and in well ventilated conditions to give a good curing cycle.
Recoat within the full cure period.
Drying Times @ 20°C
Touch dry - 4 hrs
Recoatable / Initial Cure - 16 hrs (foot traffic)
Full Cure - 72 hrs
The ambient temperature of the area should not be allowed to fall below 10°C throughout the application and the curing period. The surface temperature must be above 5°C. Where possible it is recommended that the application area is heated to a minimum temperature of 15°C to allow the ambient and substrate temperature to stabilise prior to installation.
All figures are approximations at 20°C given as a guide and dependent on variables such as temperature, humidity, air circulation, etc.