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Product Data Sheets
Conseal Dry ↓
Two part, low solvent epoxy primer for cured, dry concrete. Perfect for sealing the porosity in concrete before application of coatings of self levelling screeds.
Conseal Greencrete ↓
Two part, epoxy primer that can be applied to freshly cast green concrete immediately it can be walked on. Enables rapid job completion.
Conseal Wet ↓
Two part epoxy primer that can be applied to damp substrates. Ideal for tank bunds and other surfaces that would be difficult to dry.
Floor Top Coats
Conseal Ceramic ↓
Ceramic filled, solvent free high build epoxy floor coating with exceptional wear and abrasion resistance.
Conseal Ceramic LT ↓
A modified, low viscosity version of Conseal Ceramic with excellent low temperature cure properties. Absolutely no water spotting.
Conseal Utility ↓
A economical mineral filled, solvent free epoxy coating for use on industrial floors.
Xymertol Rapid Cure Range
Xymertol Cold Cure Coatings
Xymertol Rapid Cold Cure Primer ↓
An unpigmented, lsolvent free, two part polyurethane/ urea concrete primer that in cold conditions is ready to re-coat in 20 minutes down to a temperature 0°c, thanks to the use of Cold Cure Technology.
Xymertol Rapid Cold Cure Self Leveller ↓
A specially formulated, two part epoxy system that when mixed with its aggregate pack will provide a low viscosity compound which is easy to apply with simple equipment.
Armourguard PW ↓
This product has been developed for coating potable water tanks, fish tanks and water treatment systems. It is sufficiently flexible to cope with the expansion and contraction of steel tanks caused by extremes of temperature.
Armourguard ST ↓
This is a recently developed two part epoxy-ceramic metal primer and coating that contains a functional liquid rubber that forms minute spherical droplets within the epoxy binder.
Timberseal PS ↓
This is a low viscosity, solvent free epoxy wood primer which penetrates into timber saturating it before curing.