Type Permanent
Composition Solvent based
Substrates Bricks
Concrete
Masonry
Metals
Painted surfaces
Plaster
Timber / wood
Methods of application Brush applied
Roller applied
Spray applied
Colour group Any BS 4800 colour
Any NCS colour
Any RAL colour
VOC level Medium
Max. coverage (m2/litre) 6-10
Touch dry (hours) 4-6
Recoat time (hours) 8-24
No. of coats required 2
Container size (litres) 6 kilos
 
 

Armaglaze is a modified urethane coating with a service life of over 20 years.

It is usually specified for projects requiring long intervals before repainting, or for anti-graffiti applications due to its excellent UV- and solvent-resistant properties.

Armaglaze is available in a full range of colours, as well as in clear lacquers.

An air-fed face mask is required for spray application but not for applications by brush or roller. Armaglaze should always be applied by industrial painting contractors with experience of two-pack industrial coatings. It is flammable at 32°C. Class 0 on non porous surfaces.

When applying Armaglaze, surfaces should be clean, dry and sound, and free from oil and grease.

Existing graffiti on painted surfaces can be fixed without removing it by patch sealing with Armaglaze Sealer before applying two coats of Armaglaze Topcoat.

Bare surfaces should be sealed with Armaglaze Sealer followed by two colour topcoats. A small inconspicuous area of an existing painted area should be tested before applying Armaglaze.


Armaglaze is a modified urethane coating with a service life of over 20 years.

It is usually specified for projects requiring long intervals before repainting, or for anti-graffiti applications due to its excellent UV- and solvent-resistant properties.

Armaglaze is available in a full range of colours, as well as in clear lacquers.

An air-fed face mask is required for spray application but not for applications by brush or roller. Armaglaze should always be applied by industrial painting contractors with experience of two-pack industrial coatings. It is flammable at 32°C. Class 0 on non porous surfaces.

When applying Armaglaze, surfaces should be clean, dry and sound, and free from oil and grease.

Existing graffiti on painted surfaces can be fixed without removing it by patch sealing with Armaglaze Sealer before applying two coats of Armaglaze Topcoat.

Bare surfaces should be sealed with Armaglaze Sealer followed by two colour topcoats. A small inconspicuous area of an existing painted area should be tested before applying Armaglaze.


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