CONSEAL CERAMIC LOW TEMPERATURE

Conseal Ceramic LT is a winter grade, two part, totally solvent free, ceramic filled epoxy floor coating that has enhanced resistance to carbamation and water spotting. It has low viscosity to aid application in cold weather.

Conseal Ceramic LT also has all of the attributes of the standard product including exceptional wear and abrasion resistance. It is suitable for use in high wear areas and in situations where the use of solvent containing paints may be a problem. It has excellent opacity and covering power, is resistant to oil, petrol, diesel fuel, most chemicals and has good resistance to sunlight.

Conseal Ceramic LT is very easy to mix and apply and little skill is required to produce a good job, provided the mixing and application instructions are followed. For best results we recommend applying two coats. For wet areas or where maximum slip resistance is required, we have a selection of non-slip additives that can be added to the coating to produce a variety of textures. 

Typical Uses: As a long lasting, hard wearing floor paint for industrial and domestic application.

Conseal Ceramic at Aston Martin

Type: Solvent free ceramic filled epoxy floor coating

Mix Ratio: See label on tin

Hardener: Xyanco 230

Resin Density: 1.35kg/litre

Coverage: 5-6 m2/litre, depending on surface texture and porosity 

Minimum over-coating time: 6 hours

Maximum over-coating time: 4 Days

Solvent: none required

Colours: 36 standard colours

Pack Sizes:  2.5, 5 and 10 litres

Shelf life and Storage: 12-18 months in original, unopened container. Store in cool and dry conditions. 

Preparation:  Concrete should be primed with the appropriate Conseal Primer and timber with Timberseal PS Existing, sound floor coatings should be abraded to provide a key for the application of Conseal Ceramic LT.  Conseal Ceramic LT should not be applied in temperatures of less than 7°C or to substrates less than 7°C. Conseal Ceramic LT should be stored at 10 15°C for at least 8 hours before use

Mixing: Should be pre-mixed in the tin before the hardener is added. Add all of the hardener to the tin of resin and mix thoroughly with an electric mixer. Transfer all of the contents into a clean bucket and mix for another 2-3 minutes.

When mixed, the resin and hardener will start to react, generating heat which will accelerate the reaction. The greater the mass of epoxy, the more heat will be generated and the shorter the pot life. To prolong pot life pour the resin into shallow trays or onto the floor. If you require a smaller quantity, or are unable to use all of the material within its pot life, weigh out resin and hardener in the proportions specified on the label using digital kitchen scales. Please see our website for more information on the proper mixing of epoxy resins.

Application: Should be applied by brush and/or medium pile roller. For best results we recommend apply two coats. 

Over-coating: Conseal Ceramic LT can be over-coated as soon as it is touch dry as shown in the table below according to the ambient temperature. If it is allowed to cure beyond the maximum over-coating time, glossy areas must be abraded before any further coatings are applied. The coating should be sufficiently hard to withstand foot traffic after 6-20 hours, depending on ambient temperature. It will take a further 5-7 days for full chemical cure, during which time the floor should be protected from any water or chemical spills. 

Advantages

  • Guaranteed not to water spot in cold and damp conditions.
  • Low viscosity aids application in winter
  • Long lasting, ceramic content makes
  • CONSEAL CERAMIC hard wearing and eliminates frequent recoating.
  • Economical, saves time and money.
  • Virtually odour free
  • Excellent adhesion to properly prepared substrates.
  • Anti static and acid
    resistant grades are
    also available