Coval Concrete Coating
Coval Concrete is a thin-film, single-component UV stable coating designed to protect and rejuvenate epoxy floors, and to coat highly polished & densified concrete and masonry surfaces. Coval Concrete protects against the destructive forces of water, harsh chemicals, food/beverage acids, graffiti and much more!
Coval Concrete creates a covalent bond with the coating substrate and is meant to be applied over Coval Primer.
Traditional coatings require a rough surface profile during concrete preparation to give good adhesion; this coating does not and is the only system that can be used reliably on polished concrete to give a superior appearance.
The inorganic properties of the coating give it hardness approaching glass. In addition, the curing process and chemistry allows it to form bonds with itself as well as the surface. This ability to covalently bond with itself never goes away. Our coating is an infinite system that with minimal prep can be easily repaired to recreate the original gloss at any time.
Coval Concrete is offered in gloss, matte and satin finishes.
- Precast concrete walls & structures
- Polished concrete
- Masonry pavers
- Cement block
- Cement overlays
Color: Clear to slight amber to rose (depending on temp and humidity) always dries clear.
Finish: Gloss or Satin
Vehicle Type: Solvent Base
Flash Point: (C Penskey-Martens closed Cup) - 9C/15F VOC: Less than 100 g/L
Weight/Gallon: 7.36 lb/g
Semi - breathable
Only use an acetone proof pump sprayer and chemical resistant hoses.
Spraying for Satin and Matte finishes: Stir or shake the contents thoroughly in the container to re-suspend the matting agents that have settled to the bottom before pouring into the sprayer. Remove all particle filters in the sprayer to avoid clogging. Re-shake the pump sprayer every 10-15 minutes, to re-suspend the matting agents ensuring a consistent finish. Maintain an adequate PSI to create a consistent flow and finish. Maintain a 12-16” distance from the tip to the object. Apply 3-4 mils wet film thickness and never allow puddling. It is always best to spray on a few mockups to get the feel of putting down this product before attempting an actual project. Be careful not to apply too thick or allow the product to puddle as this will cause too much surface tension and possible delamination. Only apply one coat unless there is a flaw in your application on the first coat or a thicker finish is desired. If a second coat is necessary, wait 4-6 hours for the surface to dry. Clean the floor of dust and reapply.
Roller: A roller can be used on rough textured surfaces, brick, CMU, broom finish or exposed aggregate concrete, where a smooth even gloss is not required. Use a high-density short nap roller cover and apply to the surface maintaining a wet edge. Make certain the roller is always completely saturated.
Only apply one coat unless there is a flaw in your application on the first coat. If a second coat is necessary, wait 4-6 hours for the surface to dry. Clean the floor of dust and reapply.
Coverage: 250-350 sq. ft./gal (approximate) Coverage will vary depending on the porosity and texture of the substrate, as well as the applicator’s method of application. Always use Coval Concrete Primer to pre-seal porous concrete surfaces first. Polished and densified concrete will yield the highest spread rate.
Drying Time: (@ 77 F, 50% RH): Temperature, humidity, and film thickness dependent; the higher the humidity, the faster the dry time.
Touch: 2-3 hours
Through: 3-5 hours
Walk on: 5 to 7 hours
Full Cure: 7 Days
Clean Up: Clean tools and flush equipment with acetone at least twice immediately after application. IMPORTANT - once the coating is dry the tools will not clean up with acetone or any other solvent. Spraying equipment will break down if not cleaned properly; plan on replacing your pump sprayer after 2-3 applications.
|Manufacturer Model Number
|CRT-G1, CRT-G5, CRT-M1, CRT-M5, CRT-S1, CRT-S5