Surface Waterproofing-Resincoat

Resincoat comprises a two component acrylic polymer modified cementitious coating supplied in ready mix kits. It requires only the site addition of clean water to produce an easily Resincoat coating. Resincoat can be simply applied by stiff brush, roller, spray or trowel to obtain the desired texture

Excellent barrier to carbon dioxide, chloride ions & water
 Allows water vapour to escape from the structure
 Suitable for water retaining structures
High resistance to the effects of long-term weathering, durable in all climatic conditions including UV attack
 Minimum surface preparation needed low labour costs
 Non toxic – Ideal for potable water tanks
 Flexible, with thermal expansion similar to concrete
 Covers honeycombed&pitted poured concrete effectively

To protect atmospherically exposed reinforced concrete structures from attack by acid gases, chloride ions, oxygen and water. The product is also suitable to protect other cementitious substrates and masonry. It is suitable for use on all types of structures, including those in coastal environments. It is equally suitable for new and existing structures. The product is designed to re-face and even out variations in concrete and masonry surfaces and bridge shrinkage cracks. It provides a seamless, flexible waterproof coating which is suitable for water tanks, reservoirs and rooves. The product provides a tough durable wear resistant coating which can withstand light pedestrian traffic, has excellent weather resistance for exterior applications and provides a decorative function.


Appearance Gray&White Cementitious Powder (special colours on request)
Coverage :Brush applied:18 – 20 m2 per kit / 1 coat
 Spray applied: 22 – 24 m2 per kit / 1 coat Trowel applied: 14 – 16 m2 per kit / 1 coat
Application temp. Not less than 5°C

14 kg packs consist of
Powder: 14 kg bag

Liquid: 4 kg container

 Resincoat has a minimum shelf life of 6 months at 35°C if kept in a dry store in the original, unopened packs. The shelf life will be reduced at higher ambient temperatures