An epoxy which forms a clear wear, scratch and chemical resistant coating suitable for floors and many other surfaces.

Protective finish for timber, concrete and tiled floors.

Diamondcoat product is a 50-50 mix of a high performance water-based epoxy and a hardener base, which when combined, provide an amazingly hard clear finish for use in many and varied applications including the sealing of a variety of floor surfaces.

These include materials such as most types of timber, tiles (unglazed in particular), concrete, polished concrete, cork, slate, medium density fibreboard, and many others besides. For very light surfaces (e.g. white or bleached pine), a slight colour change may be seen, but for all other surfaces there is no noticeable effect. The finish can be recoated at any time in the future. Phoenix FLOORGUARD (water-based protective polish) may be used from time to time, as an option to reduce wear and tear of the film.

Being an epoxy, DIAMONDCOAT is expected to offer a reasonable chemical resistance to a range of household materials and solvents.

This product can be used externally if UV Guard is added (ON REQUEST ONLY).

FOR A NON–SLIP FINISH: To produce a non-slip finish in the final film, we can supply GLASS BEADS (with a top size of approximately 540 microns) which should be sprinkled on top of the first coat of DIAMONDCOAT while it is still wet.

Special Features:

  • Since DIAMONDCOAT is "acrylic" in nature, the films produced are not prone to cracking, chipping or peeling
  • Good resistance to hydrostatic pressure
  • Excellent adhesion promotion
  • Superior resistance to dirt pick-up
  • Water clean up
  • No expensive and highly dangerous solvents
  • Non-Flammable
  • Recoatability at any time
  • Exhibits an extremely hard, almost scratch proof finish

We reccomend using FloorPrep for hard surfaces (i.e. tiles, concrete etc.). FloorPrep is a Water-Based cleaning preparation which assists in removing oil, grease and other stains from concrete surfaces and areas such as driveways, patios, garage floors and other inert substrates.