Teamac Acrylic Coating
Teamac Acrylic Coating is a cost-effective product to protect, refresh and decorate surfaces and substrates:
- Tile and brick roofs
- Sealing asbestos sheets
- Corrugated asbestos roofs on agricultural buildings and barns
- General areas (not floors) of masonry, wood, rendering and plasterwork
- Red, grey, or green low sheen finish on asbestos sheets, brick roofs, and roof tiles
Teamac Acrylic Coating is a fast drying, water based coating that dries to a low sheen finish. It is used to protect, refresh and decorate tile and brick roofs as well as sealing asbestos sheets and barns. It is also ideal for general areas (not floors) of masonry, wood, rendering and plasterwork where a cost effective solution is required usually on agricultural buildings.
Ensure all surfaces are clean, dry and free from grease, oil and any other contaminates. Roof surfaces should be treated with a proprietary fungicidal solution to ensure the effective removal moss, algae, lichen, etc.
In general most surfaces require just two coats of Teamac Acrylic Coating applied undiluted. Do not apply below 10°C, cold and damp conditions will prolong drying times. Use as dictated by normal good painting practice. In confined spaces, provide adequate ventilation during application and drying.
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.
|The figures stated above are approximate. Please ensure you refer to all datasheets for full application information.|
|Shane Davies on 17/10/2018|
Hi I have a asbestos garage roof that I want to seal to make it waterproof what can you recommend? Thanks.
|myra on 31/07/2018|
I have a garage roof with some white asbestos (Been tested) - what would you recommend on products to seal the roof rather than have the asbestos removed.
|Peter on 15/06/2018|
What type of grey? A light grey or a dark grey?
It is a dark grey close to BS 00A13.
|andrew on 05/02/2018|
Hi, I have vertical hanging man made slate in my house front and back to the first floor. The slate may or may not have asbestos content but in anywise I want to coat them so that they can be sealed to offer longevity and aesthetic improvement, hopefully as near to a satin type finish as would you'd get from new man made slates, is this the product for me?
If the slate tiles have not been previously coated, then Teamac Acrylic Coating can seal the surface and give an aesthetic improvement, however it dries to a low sheen/matt finish. Bedec Super-Flex has more of a satin finish and would also be suitable.
|Ian on 25/07/2016|
Question: Is this suitable for an corrugated asbestos sloping roof? Does it require any jointing tape? Existing roof been de-mossed. Does product require anti fungal solution before application?
Teamac Acrylic Coating is suitable for corrugated asbestos, it will seal and colour the asbestos but it is not a full waterproofing system so any damages to the asbestos, joints, fixings, etc. would have to be repaired to make the roof watertight prior to coating. The roof surface does need to be clean prior to application of the Teamac Acrylic Coating (contact us for guidance on cleaning asbestos if requried) and a fungicidal solution to treat and wash the roof with like Rust-Oleum Mathys AMW Fungicidal Wash is always good practice.
|Tom Korn on 15/03/2016|
Question: Can I use Teamac coating on existing sound but worn bitumen sheeting.
Yes, it should be fine to use on this but we would recommend a test is done for adhesion before applying the coating to the entire area. The more weathered the sheeting is the better, as this should mean it will be more porous and provide better adhesion.
|John Ravenhill on 07/03/2016|
Is teamac acrylic coating ok to use on the under side of a ribbed asbestos roof?
Yes, it can be applied directly in two coats after cleaning. Be sure to follow government and local authoriy guidelines - further information on this can be provided by our Technical Department upon request.
|Julia Robertson on 24/05/2015|
Question: Teamac acrylic coating - would this be suitable to put on top of what i think is fibreglass flat roof, some if the layer of what is there is peeling and looking close to being bare? Or is another in the range more suited, colour must be green, thanks julia
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