Blackfriar Professional High Traffic Floor Paint
Manufacturer: Blackfriar Professional
Blackfriar Professional High Traffic Floor Paint is an exceptionally hard-wearing, high performance, easy-to-clean 2-pack solvent based floor coating ideal for indoor and outdoor use. Provides outstanding resistance to a wide range of chemicals, non-yellowing, excellent colour fastness.
Blackfriar Professional High Traffic Floor Paint is an exceptionally hard-wearing, high performance, easy-to-clean 2-pack floor coating, ideal for indoor and outdoor use. It can be tinted to any RAL, BS or NCS colour (except metallic and fluorescent shades) and is available in Tile Red and Mid Grey colours as standard, it produces a non-yellowing, semi-gloss, colour-fast finish.
Blackfriar Professional High Traffic Floor Paint provides an exceptionally hard wearing finish for surfaces such as brickwork, concrete, metal and stone. It protects floors with an easy-to-clean two pack solvent based polyurethane coating giving excellent resistance to solvents, grease, oil and solutions of acid and alkali, making it ideal for commercial and industrial use.
Features & Benefits
- A high performance solvent based polyurethane acrylic
- Resists grease, oil and solutions of acid and alkali
- Ideal for Indoor and outdoor high traffic areas
- Minimises disruption due to rapid drying time - vehicular traffic can use after just 3 days
- Brush or roller application
- Can be applied over concrete, metal, brickwork and stone
- Can be tinted to BS, RAL and NCS colours
Ensure the surface to be painted is sound, clean, dry and free from grease or any substance liable to give adhesion problems. Scrape off any old or flaking paint until you have a firm surface. Special attention should be given to areas under cars to ensure all oil, grease, dirt and road salt is removed. Prepared surfaces with residual oil contamination should be primed with Blackfriar Professional Oil Tolerant Primer. New concrete must be left for at least 6 months before applying Blackfriar Professional High Traffic Floor Paint. Power-floated floors should either be blast tracked or treated with Blackfriar Professional Acid Etch followed by thorough rinsing. New or exposed bare concrete should be primed with Blackfriar Professional Epoxy Floor Primer.
Base and activator are supplied in correct proportions. Add all activator to base container and mix thoroughly for at least 5 minutes until product is smooth and even. Allow to rest 5 minutes before using. DO NOT MIX PART UNITS. Badly activated or incorrectly mixed materials will affect performance and may cause early failure or discolouration. The mixed material has a usable pot life of 6 hours at 20°C.
Apply with a good quality medium pile roller - smaller areas may be brushed.
Not suitable for spray. Blackfriar Professional High Traffic Floor Paint is not suitable for use over PVC, thermoplastic tiles, quarry tiles or granolithic concrete. Do not apply it on concrete surfaces treated with alkali containing liquids, areas subjected to rising damp or areas treated with PVA bonding solutions. If applying over single pack conventional floor paint the existing coating must be aged and fully cured. Surfaces may be slippery when wet. To ensure slip resistance the floor must be kept dry when in use. The use of protective mats will help preserve the surface under tyres.
It is your responsibility to read the Product Data Sheets (available below) before you place an order and prior to application of the product. The content of this website is our best recommendation and is not advice. Coverage rates quoted are approximate, you agree that coverage depends on the condition of the substrate, surface absorption, texture and application method. We ALWAYS recommend a trial area is coated to ensure the product meets your requirements before use.
|Typical Coverage (per coat)||12m² per litre|
|Touch Dry||2 Hours|
|The figures stated above are approximate. Please ensure you refer to all datasheets for full application information.|
|gary on 14/03/2016|
Question: how does this product deal with (skydrol) aircraft hydraulic fluid, which are phosphate ether based? and what floor preparation is required? chemical /mechanical? do you offer product solutions to floors that require sealing first i.e concrete saturated in fluid
There has been no testing carried out on Blackfriar Professional High Traffic Floor Paint for Skydrol exposure but our 310 Chemical Resistant Coating and 304 HD Epoxy Floor Coating have both been tested for full immersion. Under fully immersed conditions (i.e. constant contact/exposure) 304 would require re-coating after 1-2 years and 310 would require coating after 5-10 years.
Concrete should be a minimum of 21 days old and/or the residual moisture content below 6%. Ensure that the concrete is clean and free from dust, laitance, grease, oil, curing compound and existing paint finishes etc. Blow holes and defective concrete can be made good using 201 Epoxy Repair Mortar. Suitable mechanical treatment such as vacuum grit blasting of suitable diamond floor grinding is the preferred treatment prior to application as this ensures a mechanical ‘key’ for the coating.
A coat of 401 Epoxy Floor Primer is recommended on absorbent concrete surfaces. Substrates with high moisture content or oil contamination can still be coated in most instances by the inclusion of one of our specialist primers. Please see 402 Damp Proof Coating and 403 Oil Tolerant Primer for full details.
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