Chemi-Coat Anti-Slip

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Chemi-Coat® Anti-Slip is a one coat high build epoxy resin coating which offers excellent durability, chemical resistance and slip-resistance. Provides a glossy, hygienic and easily cleaned textured surface. A single coat is usually sufficient. Very …

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Chemi-Coat® Anti-Slip is a one coat high build epoxy resin coating which offers excellent durability, chemical resistance and slip-resistance. Provides a glossy, hygienic and easily cleaned textured surface. A single coat is usually sufficient. Very porous surfaces should be treated first with 4 Hour Epoxy Primer.

  • Excellent resistance to many aggressive chemicals
  • Suitable for a variety of floor and wall surfaces
  • Ideal for areas where chemical spillage or heavy wear occur
  • Added coarse aluminum oxide grit for maximum grip wear and resistance
  • Low solvent content
  • Approved for use on sand and cement screed or concrete with underfloor heating systems (up to 85°F surface temperature)

Discoloration may occur with some chemicals. This is not necessarily an indication of degradation of the coating. For added chemical resistance, particularly to stronger acids, please refer to Watco Chemi-Coat Acid Strength. Please consult our technical department for advice on chemicals not listed.

Chemi-Coat is also available in a Cold Cure version for applications in colder environments and Rapid cure for projects that require less down time.

Warning: Cancer and Reproductive harm image

Specifications

Usage Interior/Exterior: Interior
Finish: Glossy, textured
Suitable for: Concrete, well-bonded paint, some metals
Recommended Number of Coats: 1
Primer Required: Yes, on very porous surfaces. Use 4 Hour Epoxy Primer.
Curing Time (Hours): 16 Hours in 70°F

How to Apply

Surface Preparation: Concrete and Brick
Concrete to be treated must be dry, at least four weeks old and free of any soft surface laitance, contaminants, and not subject to rising damp. All loose material should be removed. Very smooth bare concrete or concrete with soft surface laitance should be etched with Watco Cemtetch and the area thoroughly hosed off and allowed to dry. Grease or oil should be removed with Watco Bio-D (or a similar degreaser) and the area thoroughly hosed off and allowed to dry. Very smooth previously painted surfaces should preferably be abraded to improve adhesion.

Surface Preparation: Steel
Remove loose or flaking material, rust and any previous coatings by wire brushing or disc grinding to achieve a bright surface. Oil or grease should be removed with Watco Bio-D and the metal then washed with Water and allowed to dry. The coating should be carried out immediately providing flash rusting has not occurred. 

Mixing
Each Chemi-Coat pack consists of a container of curing agent and a container of resin. The curing agent and resin must be thoroughly mixed together with a paint mixer attached to an electric drill until an even color is obtained. 
Important: Once the contents of the pack have been mixed a chemical reaction takes place which causes a rise in temperature and speeds up the curing of the product.

Application
If appearance is critical we recommend the application of a small trial area first. 

Best results are obtained in warm conditions. On horizontal surfaces apply with a medium, pile type roller (not foam) in one coat. On vertical surfaces, two thin coats are recommended. The second coat should be applied within 24 hours.

Watch Chemi-Coat in action over on our Youtube channel, here.

Data Sheet

Chemi-Coat® Anti-Slip is a one coat high build epoxy resin coating which offers excellent durability, chemical resistance and slip-resistance. Provides a glossy, hygienic and easily cleaned textured surface. A single coat is usually sufficient. Very porous surfaces should be treated first with 4 Hour Epoxy Primer.

  • Excellent resistance to many aggressive chemicals
  • Suitable for a variety of floor and wall surfaces
  • Ideal for areas where chemical spillage or heavy wear occur
  • Added coarse aluminum oxide grit for maximum grip wear and resistance
  • Low solvent content
  • Approved for use on sand and cement screed or concrete with underfloor heating systems (up to 85°F surface temperature)

Discoloration may occur with some chemicals. This is not necessarily an indication of degradation of the coating. For added chemical resistance, particularly to stronger acids, please refer to Watco Chemi-Coat Acid Strength. Please consult our technical department for advice on chemicals not listed.

Chemi-Coat is also available in a Cold Cure version for applications in colder environments and Rapid cure for projects that require less down time.

Warning: Cancer and Reproductive harm image

Usage Interior/Exterior: Interior
Finish: Glossy, textured
Suitable for: Concrete, well-bonded paint, some metals
Recommended Number of Coats: 1
Primer Required: Yes, on very porous surfaces. Use 4 Hour Epoxy Primer.
Curing Time (Hours): 16 Hours in 70°F

Surface Preparation: Concrete and Brick
Concrete to be treated must be dry, at least four weeks old and free of any soft surface laitance, contaminants, and not subject to rising damp. All loose material should be removed. Very smooth bare concrete or concrete with soft surface laitance should be etched with Watco Cemtetch and the area thoroughly hosed off and allowed to dry. Grease or oil should be removed with Watco Bio-D (or a similar degreaser) and the area thoroughly hosed off and allowed to dry. Very smooth previously painted surfaces should preferably be abraded to improve adhesion.

Surface Preparation: Steel
Remove loose or flaking material, rust and any previous coatings by wire brushing or disc grinding to achieve a bright surface. Oil or grease should be removed with Watco Bio-D and the metal then washed with Water and allowed to dry. The coating should be carried out immediately providing flash rusting has not occurred. 

Mixing
Each Chemi-Coat pack consists of a container of curing agent and a container of resin. The curing agent and resin must be thoroughly mixed together with a paint mixer attached to an electric drill until an even color is obtained. 
Important: Once the contents of the pack have been mixed a chemical reaction takes place which causes a rise in temperature and speeds up the curing of the product.

Application
If appearance is critical we recommend the application of a small trial area first. 

Best results are obtained in warm conditions. On horizontal surfaces apply with a medium, pile type roller (not foam) in one coat. On vertical surfaces, two thin coats are recommended. The second coat should be applied within 24 hours.

Watch Chemi-Coat in action over on our Youtube channel, here.