EPOXY WATER BASE PRIMER
EPO FINISH AS W is a water base epoxy amide finish, used to protect cement walls and cls floors such as pedestrian corridors, internal walls of food industries, general flooring.
Transpirant to steam, easy to clean.
Why choose EPO FINISH AS W?
Welcome to the world of protective perfection with EPO FINISH AS W!
The future of epoxy finishing is finally here, and it’s called EPO FINISH AS W. This innovative, solvent-free coating is the answer to your protection needs for concrete walls and floors. Thanks to its water-based formulation, we offer you an eco-friendly and cutting-edge solution.
What makes EPO FINISH AS W so special? Firstly, its exceptional chemical and mechanical resistance. This coating is not easily scratched, making it ideal for high-traffic hallways, drivable and walkable floors, walls in food industries, and flooring in heavily used areas. It’s the perfect choice for the challenges of the industrial environment.
Its water-based formula offers a double advantage: it’s not only eco-friendly, but also completely odorless. Forget about the pungent and annoying smell of traditional coatings. EPO FINISH AS W makes your workspace or home space more pleasant.
One of the most surprising features of EPO FINISH AS W is its permeability to water vapor, which helps keep the air fresh and clean. Cleaning is a breeze thanks to its smooth and abrasion-resistant surface. Keeping surfaces protected and beautiful has never been easier.
Surface preparation is simple and flexible. You can use Epo W as a primer to ensure impeccable application and optimal protection.
If you’re looking for maximum protection with minimum effort, EPO FINISH AS W is the solution for you. Contact our experts for more information and discover how this cutting-edge coating can transform your surfaces into resistant works of art. Perfection is at your fingertips with EPO FINISH AS W!
caratteristiche del prodotto
Mix and add 10 – 15 % of water.
Comp A 15kg
Comp B 4,5 Kg
White – color chart
Brush, roller, airless, spray
If you use the brush, you have to use nylon or pure bristle brushes.
If you use the roller, use the method of crossing coats.