Acrylic wood & concrete enamel - POLYSAN

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Acrylic wood & concrete enamel

Acrylic wood & concrete enamel


Acrylic wood & concrete enamel



Semi-matt, wearproof enamel, which dries quickly. It has perfect application rate. It resists water, oils, detergents and disinfectants.

Sphere of application

It is intended for coating of wooden and mineral surfaces indoors, which are meant to be under moderate mechanical load and chemical affect. I t is intended for inicial coating of floors and their reparating as well as for sill plates, stairs, stair rails and for walls in living, trade and storing spaces.

Technical data

Consumption standard for full spalling:
150-200 ml/m2
Apply with a brush, a roller or a spraying gun.
Drying period (DSTU ISO 9117-5):
1 hour
Solids content (DSTU ISO 3251):
About 44-45%
The degree of milling (SSU ISO 1524):
About 5 µm
Density (DSTU ISO 2811-1) :
About 1.19-1.2 g/sm3
Hardness (DSTU ISO 1522) :
About 80 sec.
Impact resistance (DSTU ISO 6272-2) :
Warranty period:
24 months from the date of manufacturing
(at the temperature from +5 °С till +35 °С)
0,9 l, 3 l, 10 l


yellow brown
red brown

Application instruction

Preliminary preparation
The surface under application shall be dry, thoroughly cleaned from dust , dirt, old paint coatings which can loose, dirt, oil, grease and others. Defected arease shall be treated with a pluster and after complete drying it shall be treater with sandpaper. The abrasive dust shall be removed. Undercoating: mineral sufaces shall be undercoated with Deep-penetrating Primer TM "Farbex", wooden surface - with Acrylic wood-protective Primer TM Maxima
Stir the enamel thoroughly before use. Application shall be performed at the temperature of air and surface from + 10 °С till + 30 °С and maximal relative air humidity 80%.
Tool cleaning
Rinse the tools with water and detergents after application.

Flow calculator

Consumption standard for full spalling

When calculating the area to be painted, you need to subtract the area that will not be painted. (windows, doors, etc.)

Paint consumption may vary depending on dilution and uniformity of application of the paint.