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CONCRETE SEAL

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Description

Rockstar CONCRETE SEAL is a water-based acrylic sealer for concrete and masonry surfaces. Referred to as a sacrificial coating.

USES

Application of CONCRETE SEAL on concrete and masonry surfaces provides a durable coating, which provides protection from oil and grease based contaminants. Can also be used in carparks and factory’s for dust management.

BENEFITS

  • Protects surfaces from the spillage of oil, grease and foods.
  • Environmentally friendly with low VOC content
  • Imparts a gloss finish
  • Easy to apply
PROPERTIES

Appearance and colour………………………………….Milky liquid
pH……………………………………………………………… 6-8
Specific Gravity (Water = 1) …………………………..1.02 g/ml
Boiling Point ………………………………………………..100oC
Solubility in Water ………………………………………..Miscible
Flash Point ………………………………………………….Non flammable

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS

  1. Ensure the surface to be sealed is clean, dry and free of any oils and other surface contaminants.
  2. Apply CONCRETE SEAL using a damp lambswool applicator. Apply an even coat over the floor
  3. Allow a minimum of 1 hour before applying further coats. Usually 3-4 coats are required.
COVERAGE

Coverage is dependent on the permeability of the surface. The first coat usually covers around 15Mt2 per litre, subsequent coats should cover 20 Mt2 per litre.

PRECAUTIONS

Avoid contact with skin and eyes by wearing suitable protective gloves and eyewear.

CLEANING

Clean all equipment in water.

PACKAGING

CONCRETE SEAL is available in 5 and 20 litre Containers.

STORAGE

Keep container tightly closed when not in use. Store in a cool, dry place out of reach of children.

SAFETY

Classified as Non-Hazardous according to criteria of Worksafe Australia. For further detailed information refer to Material Safety Data Sheet.

DISCLAIMER

The advice and information contained herein is based on our best knowledge of the product. We believe the information to be accurate and reliable as at the date supplied, but no representation, guarantee or warranty, expressed or implied, is made to the accuracy, reliability, or completeness of the advice and information. We urge persons receiving this advice and information to make their own determination as to the advice and information’s suitability and completeness for their own particular situation. When in doubt it is always prudent to perform a trial on a scrap section of material, or inconspicuous section of the job to ascertain the products suitability.