Two-component, water-based, epoxy resin enamel for the protection of interior floors subject to foot traffic and rubber-tired vehicles. The product is not suitable for the treatment of floors subject to counterthrust water and generally wet substrates without adequate treatment.

The product is suitable for the protection of interior wall surfaces, to which you want to ensure high washability, such as in the food industry (complies with EC Reg. 852); product certified according to Standard UNI 11021:2002 Paints and varnishes – Products and systems for painting environments with the presence of food (Cert. Istituto Giordano 306709 of 25/06/2013).


Excellent coverage, high strength, the adhesive capabilities possessed allow its application on a variety of surfaces. The protective film prevents oil and water from penetrating the pavement, giving good chemical resistance to the treated substrate


The substrate must be clean, free of substances that hinder the adhesion of the product (waxes, silicones, oily traces), compact; a slight presence of moisture does not affect adhesion. The presence of counterthrust water, not properly treated, in the pavement can cause the coating to detach. New cementitious substrates must be cured for a minimum of 40 days. Absorbent substrates must be preliminarily treated with DUALENE EPX IMC W primer (see data sheet). Smooth substrates with deeply absorbed oily substances and with previous coatings in place must be roughened by appropriate mechanical intervention (shot peening, milling, sanding).

Ceramic substrates should be treated by etching with MONOPOL PL 06 and DUALENE EPX FL (see data sheets). Base product and hardener should be mixed thoroughly before use, if possible mechanically. The product is applied without dilution, if necessary adjust the fluidity with max. 5 percent by volume of water. Do not exceed dilution so as not to reduce the final thicknesses and with them the performance of the coating. Application is done by roller, brush, spray including airless.

When the primer preparation has dried, in any case within 24 h, apply the first coat of top coat. Regardless of the application system adopted wait for complete drying before applying the next layer. Spread the final layer within 24 h in order not to compromise its adhesion on the previous excessively cross-linked layer. Wash tools with water immediately after use. Operate at temperatures between 10-30°C (use below 10°C prevents catalysis reaction), including of the substrate and at R.H. < 80%. Use at temperatures close to the min. of use may result in a more opaque appearance. For the final layer, use product from a single batch to avoid slight color differences. 1


Yield varies depending on the roughness and absorption of the substrate. The minimum dry film thickness to be deposited for each coat in order to obtain good protection should be 50 microns. On average, this is obtained by treating approx. 10 m2/L of product. The finished cycle requires a total dry film thickness of 100 microns, obtained by applying two coats (consumption tot 5 m2/L).


Mixture ratio by weight (P base/Ind.) 58/42 (100/72.4)
Bulk density .22 kg/L
Dry residue by weight 58%
Dry residue by volume 47%
Pot-life at 22°C ca. 6 h
Hardening at 22°C

  • to touch 6 h
  • complete 8 days
  • Walkability min. 48 h with caution

Abrasion resistance (UNI EN ISO 7784-2 – CS 10 – 1 kg) 1000 rpm<50 mg
Min. storage temperature (fears frost) > 5°C
Stability in original packaging 2 months