Prime Exposure Aqua Top Coat

Prime Exposure Aqua Top Coat

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Prime Exposure Prime Aqua Top Coat is a water-based acrylic Sealer like no other; it has been made using the finest German acrylic polymers and is blended in Australia for Australian conditions.

Prime Aqua Top Coat has been formulated using the latest technology with the finest materials; this allows it to outperform any acrylic based sealer available in the market. Prime Aqua Top Coat is UV resistant and will protect your concrete from mould, staining, algae, moss and repels dirt, grime and oils. PrimeAqua Top Coat must be used in conjunction with PrimeAqua Primer to ensure surface adhesion.


Benefits
Unlike traditional xylene based sealer, it is easy to apply, non-hazardous and has very low odour which is ideal for indoor application. It is efflorescence and alkali resistant, it has also been designed to have market leading resistance to hot tyre pick up. These properties make it the perfect choice when coating any concrete or
masonry surface.

Prime Aqua primer must be applied as the first coat to ensure adhesion and to consolidate the surface. Unlike Xylene based sealers PrimeAqua primer and Prime Aqua Top Coat is unaffected by moisture and can be applied to damp concrete or masonry surfaces. PrimeAqua Top Coat improves early surface strength and protects against foreign contaminates. It is a hardwearing surface coating that will last more than 30% longer than a typical Xylene based sealer.

Prime Aqua has superior surface coverage compared to that of a traditional xylene based sealer with up to 5-6 square metres per litre, compared to 3-4 square metres per litre with a xylene based sealer.

Product Specs

  • Solids (PBW): 28% plus or minus 1%
  • UV Light: Excellent resistance
  • Thinning: Water
  • Application Rate: 5-6 m²/litre/coat
  • Film Build Wet: 200 microns
  • 100 micron dry film cured for 28 days at 25oC before
  • Testing with 1 hour soak