A methyl-methacrylate (MMA) based product for slip resistant surface coatings. Contains aggregates, to provide good slip resistant texture. UltraGrip L240 has a carefully designed packaging method. The two components are pre-weighed and are simply mixed as supplied, which speeds up preparation time and removes any scope for error. UltraGrip L240 is designed with specific fillers which enable application to most substrates without the need for scratch coats or void fillers. Where the macrotexture depth of the substrate is greater than 2.0mm when measured in accordance with BS EN 13036-1, it is recommended that MMA ScratchCote is applied to create an even surface for overcoating with the UltraGrip L240 and thus creating a quality surface with consistent appearance texture and excellent slip resistance values.
Features and Benefits:
- Fast Cure Time
- UV Stable
- Very Hard Wearing
- Large Colour Range From Stock
- High SRV
- Can Have Retro-Reflectivity Added
The application surface should be sound and clean, free from grease, oil, rust, scale, dirt, or any other soiling that might affect adhesion or performance. In any case, but especially in the case of overcoating existing line markings, it is further recommended that test areas be coated to ensure good adhesion and/or compatibility with the substrate. Tarmacadam – weathered - It is recommended that asphalt and other similar surfaces be allowed to through harden for up to 6 months before painting. Test trials should be carried out in the first instance on a small area. Concrete & other cementitious surfaces – including powerfloat, tamped or brushed concrete, monoblocks & pavers – Ensure surface is sound, clean and free from laitance – we recommend a preparation method suitable for the specific location and surface is carried out before application of product, to ensure surface is properly prepared back to clean and sound substrate. Examples of preparation methods that may be suitable are captive shot blasting, diamond grinding, scabbling or planing. It is critical that utmost attention is paid to cleanliness and good workmanship, whatever preparation method is used, as the presence of any loose material, dust, soiling or previous coatings are likely to reduce adhesion of new coatings. New concrete should be left to harden before coating, as the curing process and residual moisture content can lead to product delamination if coated too early.
Stir the resin component thoroughly slowly adding the aggregate supplied. Then add the appropriate amount of catalyst and continue mixing with a slow-speed stirrer until the mixture is consistent and apply immediately. This product is supplied ready to use and must not be thinned.
Pour the mixed product onto the surface and spread evenly using a 4mm serrated squeegee. Backroll to provide an even surface - a short pile roller will give a slightly finer finish and a medium pile will give a more textured finish. It is important that care is taken to roll evenly and in the same direction, to provide an even appearance. Do not apply when the air or surface temperature is below 5°C or less than 3°C above dew point, or if this is likely to occur during the curing period.
Typically 9m² per 20kg kit.