Rust-Oleum 7100NS Anti-Slip Floor Coating is an easy to apply, solvent based alkyd anti-slip floor coating specially designed for applying on old (>2 years), dry concrete for interior and exterior use.
It delivers good resistance against abrasion and neutral detergents (no alkaline cleaning agents) and is resistant during short contact periods against lubricating oils, fuel, petrol etc. Rust-Oleum 7100NS is also available in a smooth version (Rust-Oleum 7100 Floor Coating).
7100NS Anti-Slip Floor Coating can be applied on concrete floors older than 2 years, which are completely clean and dry. It is not recommended to apply on smooth/dense concrete or concrete containing a damp repellent additive, which will prevent a good adhesion. It can also be applied on old good adhering coatings and onto metal floors which have been correctly prepared and primed with a suitable Rust-Oleum metal primer.
Features & Benefits
- Single pack, solvent based anti-slip coating
- For foot traffic, interior and exterior
- Anti-slip additive is premixed in the coating
- For use on old concrete (>2 yrs), metal and wood
- Unique uniform appearance, high gloss
- Touch dry: 6 hours, coverage: 8m² per litre
- Available in different RAL colours
- Density: 1,0 -1,1
- Gloss Level: Gloss
- Solids content in volume: 36 - 40%
Dryting Times At 20°C/RH 50%
- Touch dry: 6 hours
- Dry to recoat: 24 hours
- Fully cured: 1 week
Remove oil, grease and other contaminations with Rust-Oleum Epoxyshield Cleaner / Degreaser or high pressure (steam) cleaning in combination with appropriate detergents. Sand old intact coatings to roughen the surface in order to establish a good adhesion. Check the compatibility with old intact coatings. During application the surface should be dry and clean. On porous concrete a first coat of Rust-Oleum 7100 Floor Coating should be applied diluted with 10% Rust-Oleum 7301 CombiColor Thinner. Remove curing compounds by means of dust free blasting.
Please contact Rawlins Paints' Technical Support Team on 0113 2455450 for more information.