Bradite
EW99 Heavy Duty Floor and Wall + Activator (Ready Mixed) 5L

BL048125F
A heavy duty coating for floors, walls and structural steel. Resistant to heavy traffic and chemicals
EW99 Heavy Duty Floor and Wall + Activator (Ready Mixed)
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In detail

Bradite EW99 Heavy Duty Floor and Wall is a 2-pack, water-based coating with excellent resistance to heavy traffic and chemicals and is suitable for use on floors, walls and structural steel. 

With a low odour and a coverage of up to 12m²/ per litre. Bradite Heavy Duty Floor and Wall + Activator can be applied by brush, roller or spray.

Touch dry in 1-4 hours and recoatable after 12-24 hours. 

Size
5L 
Application Methods
Airless Spray, Brush, HVLP Spray, Roller
Coverage
Up to 12sq/m per litre 
VOC level
Low 
Thinning
Water 
Touch dry
1-4 hours 
Recoatable
12-24 hours 
Suitable for...
Interior use 
Scrubbability
Scrubbable 
Finish
Satin 
Cleanup
Water & Detergent 
Base
Water 

* Colours on screen may vary from actual paint

Available colours

Bradite EW99 Heavy Duty Floor and Wall + Activator (Ready Mixed) is available in 537 colours from the Bradite Colour Cards.

    Browse colours

    Always ask your client to try their colour choice on the wall first. Colour cards and emulsion sample pots are available at your local Brewers or at designerpaint.com

    Additional information

    Surface Preperation

    Substrates should be dust free and completely dry before coating. When painting concrete it is vital to ensure that the substrate is completely dry and free of laitance. Power floated, shiny or unpainted non porous concrete floors should be thoroughly vacuum blast cleaned to a roughness profile of 30-50 microns, or acid etched using Bradite TA37, or primed using Bradite Floor Primer ES40. Please consult the product data sheet for more details.

    High pressure water cleaning should be utilised to remove all loose and flaking paint and contamination back to a sound substrate. Bradite TD39 industrial strength detergent should be used if necessary to remove all grease and oil.

    Intact areas of existing coatings should be roughened by abrasive manual or disc rubbing and feathered back to a sound coating edge.

    Cracks and pits should be filled using a suitable screed or mortar before painting. Substrate should be dust free and completely dry before coating.

    Application

    • Thin the first coat on new or uncoated concrete, wood or plaster by 20-30% to enable penetration and binding of substrate.
    • Brush and Roller - Thin, if required with 0-5% water. On smooth substrates, the use of a short pile roller is advised.
    • Conventional Air Spraying - Thin with 10-20% clean water as required, tip size - 2.0mm, tip pressure 60 psi (0.4MPa) approximately.
    • Airless Spraying - Thin with 0-15% clean water as required, tip size - 18 thou (0.46mm) approximately, tip pressure - 2100 psi (15MPa) approximately.

    Clean Up

    Clean all equipment immediately after use with water.