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Safeguard’s Drybase is in the mix for floor and wall sealing

(Last Updated On: September 19, 2018)

The Drybase range from Safeguard Europe specialist in damp-proofing and waterproofing technology – ECS Epoxy Floor Coating is a highly durable damp-proof epoxy coating for floors and walls from.

Supplied as a two-part water-dispersed epoxy resin, Drybase ECS Epoxy Floor Coating is applied in two coats using a brush or roller.

Hard-wearing, stain resistant and able to withstand foot and light vehicle traffic; typical applications for Drybase ECS Epoxy Floor Coating would be treating damp and staining problems in solid concrete floors (garage floors); floor and wall coating for kitchens and other food-processing spaces; warehouse and storage facilities and light industrial factory areas to give resistance to foot and light vehicular traffic.

Water-based and low odour, Drybase ECS Epoxy Floor Coating consists of a pigmented base resin component and a water-dispersed hardener component.

Surface finish appearance of the surface finish will reflect the texture and nature of the substrate and, when applied, contact surfaces must be sound, clean, dry and provide a ‘light’ mechanical key.

For best results, grit Drybase ECS Epoxy Floor Coating can be applied as a moisture suppressant coating, where dampness may be expected.

Where Drybase ECS Epoxy Floor Coating is being used to provide a decorative finish it is important that it is applied to a dry substrate; and it should be applied by skilled operatives familiar with the application of epoxy coatings to a high decorative standard.

Available in white, great and clear finishes; Drybase ECS Epoxy Floor Coating comes in 5kg packs, with one pack delivering one coat coverage (two coat application is standard) of 35m2.

The Drybase collection offers a wide range of practical solutions and applications when it is necessary to apply damp-proof barriers over floors and walls; particularly when it is difficult to create or reinstate damp-proof courses or tackle penetrating damp because of, for example, access issues.

Safeguard Europe’s range of damp-proofing solutions is supported by the company’s own highly qualified and experienced staff.

The support and know-how they offer is extended to contractors, specifiers and property owners and includes technical advice, specification help, research and even in-house laboratory analysis of plaster and masonry.

www.safeguardeurope.com

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