SEAL, ENHANCE, PROTECT.
Coval Concrete Coat is a thin-film single component coating designed to protect and rejuvenate epoxy floors and to coat highly polished & densified concrete and masonry surfaces from the destructive forces of water, chloride ion penetration, harsh chemicals, food and beverage acids, bird and animal waste matter, salt spray, gum, and graffiti. The coating forms covalent bonds with the inorganic concrete. 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 glossy clear finish. 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. CONCRETE COAT will not peel or flake. It is designed for application over our Concrete Primer. CONCRETE COAT can be used as a guard coat over polished and densified concrete or as a topcoat over epoxy and urethane. Available in a gloss, satin, or matte finish.
CONCRETE COAT is a great solution to combat moisture, food stains, mild acids, bird & animal waste, and graffiti.
• Precast concrete walls & structures
• Polished concrete • Masonry pavers
• Bricks • Cement block • Driveways
• Cement overlays
Thin Film Coatings: CAUTION:
Coval Coatings are professional grade coatings and should only be applied by experienced professionals. Coval has created a completely new kind of hybrid cross linking coating. This extreme cross linking is the science that allows the coatings to be so hard and durable, yet so thin. As they cure, the extreme cross-linking creates a high surface tension which in turn gives the coating extreme hardness.
CONCRETE COAT, as with most final finishes, is best sprayed on to achieve optimum finish and appearance. With all methods of application, always mask off any adjacent surfaces to keep them free of drips or accidental coating. CONCRETE COAT should be sprayed with an acetone/alcohol proof pump sprayer with a cone or fan tip. However, if the project does not allow for spraying, as an alternative, roll on CONCRETE COAT using a high-density short nap roller cover. This type of alternate application will not yield the same spread coverage and will not yield the optimum smooth finish as spraying. If applying outdoors, make certain the ambient temperature is between 45°F and 105° F, and RH is under 90%. Make certain that there is no chance of rain for a minimum of 5 hours after the estimated time of completion of the coating process. Also make certain there will be no additional return of morning dew to make the surface damp again before it has had a chance to dry for at least 5 hours.
Surface Preparation: Surface must be clean, dry and in sound condition. Remove all oil, dust, grease, dirt, loose rust, and other foreign material including the removal of all existing silicone sealers. Apply directly to epoxies, urethanes, terrazzo, and densified surfaces. When applying directly to new or old concrete, etch or grind the surface to remove laitance/weak concrete but aggressive surface grinding is unnecessary. Apply enough Concrete Primer so that water will bead on the surface. After properly sealing with Concrete Primer, apply Coval Concrete Coat. New concrete should cure a minimum of 28 days before application. Always apply Coval Concrete Primer to seal and prime the surface before applying CONCRETE COAT. Neutral surface PH of 7-9 and moisture content must be less than 13%. Note: Concrete primer can be pigmented with acetone soluble dyes, see Concrete Primer label, or visit www.coval-group.com for details.