MULTICOAT UV-SEALER is a gloss, one component, ultraviolet-light cured protective sealer. It offers outstanding durability to protect against abrasion and chemical attack. It incorporates a unique resin blend, providing excellent protection properties. It’s fast cure allows projects to be completed in less time than when using a conventional chemical cured resinous material. A special chemistry is infused into MULTICOAT-UV SEALER to help prevent the growth of damaging bacteria, as well as inhibit stains and odors caused by bacteria.
MULTICOAT UV-SEALER is used to protect Concrete, Terrazzo, Epoxy and VCT flooring in a variety of locations such as: schools, grocery stores, restaurants, warehouse floors, aviation hangars, food processing, industrial areas, automotive service bays, etc. It may also be used as a top coat for other resinous flooring systems on new and existing re-coats.
* Repels Stains, Oil, Abrasions and Chemicals
* Environmentally Friendly “Green”
* Enhances the Surface Appearance
* UV Light Cured
* Quick Project Completion
* Eliminates Liquid Intrusion
Average coverage rate for a single VCT coat is 600sf per gallon. Concrete requires 2 coats and will yield 275-400sf per gallon. Coverage rates will vary due to substrate porosity.
Application & Use:
Roller – When MULTICOAT UV-SEALER is thoroughly agitated, use the dip and roll method to assure the even distribution of coating over the surface. Follow with a back-rolling technique using the roller approved for the system to level the
Extreme Protection: For high abrasion or chemical attack or on very porous substrates a second coat should be applied to develop a void free protective film.
Curing: After allowing the material to absorb and flow, cure the material with the approved UV curing system equipment. The correct wave length and speed of the machine is critical in the development of the material’s cured properties. After the first coat has been cured, screen using a 100 or more grit screen abrading the surface. A scratched surface profile is required for adhesion of the second coat. Completely remove all residual debris/screening dust from the surface. If water is used allow surface to completely dry before continuing. Apply and cure second coat in the same manner as the first coat.
Consider MULTI-GRIP for added anti-slip protection.