UV Cured Flooring in Marietta, GA
RADCOAT SITE APPLIED UV is an INSTANT CURED aliphatic UV waterborne urethane designed for onsite heavy commercial applications with limited to no down time. This new polymerization technology yields a coating with outstanding scuff, scratch, abrasion, and chemical resistance. RADCOAT UV curable finishes provide some amazing advantages for both contractors and their customers. Since RADCOAT cures instantly with UV light, your floor will be 100% cured and can be returned to service immediately. This enables your customers to maintain the beauty of their floor without the hassles of normal air dry systems. Recommended for Heavy Commercial, Sport Flooring and High End Residential.
What is RADCOAT UV?
A site applied instant cured UV waterborne urethane designed for heave commercial and high end residential applications with limited to no down time.
- Cures 100% instantly with UV light
- Extremely durable
- Environmentally safe
- Low odor
- Fast dry
- V.O.C. compliant
- Correctional Facilities
- Shopping Centers
- Nursing Homes
- LVT Flooring
- VCT Tile
- Top coats for epoxy
- Natural stone
- Seamless flooring
Curing Rates in a One-Week Period
PRO-COAT PREMIUM RADCOAT® is and aliphaic UV Waterbourne urethane exclusively designed for on-site heavy commercial applications, where down times are limited. Because of new polymerization technology this chemistry yields a product with excellent scuff, scratch, and abrasion resistance. RADCOAT® is formulated for use as a protective wear layer on Commercial, Residential, and Sport Flooring.
Newly sanded floor; I coat Splash Down Wood Sealer with 1-2 coats of Radcoat® directly to wood. Coating over stains- allow stain to dry per manufacturer’s conditions. Apply 1 coat Splash Down™ with 1-2 coats Radcoat® directly over stain, or 2-4 coats Radcoat® direct to stain. A test area is recommended in insure compatibility with stain. Recoating existing surfaces abrade with conditioning pad and apply 1-2 coats Radcoat®. When recoating existing surfaces compatibility must be determined by applicator.