- Step and Ramp Paint is specifically designed for smaller areas with a much higher slip potential, such as steps, ramps and walkways or flooring surrounding machinery or chemical storage.
- With a PTV reading of 65, our Step & Ramp Paint is ideal for providing extra traction in areas of constant foot or wheeled traffic.
- Chemical resistant - our Step & Ramp Paint is resistant to paraffin, fuel oils, caustic soda, oxalic acid, citric acid, petrol alcohols, hypochlorite solutions, salt solutions, sugar solutions and 10% nitric, sulphuric and hydrochloric acid.
- Can be applied to - concrete, cement screed, concrete with under floor heating systems (up to 30°C surface temperature), galvanised metal, bare metal, stone, and previously painted surfaces. Please note, if you are using on galvanised metal, a galvanised metal primer needs to be used on the metal first.
How to Apply
- Step and Ramp Paint is best applied using our 12" Roller, our 5" Paint Brush, and our Paint Scuttle.
- Alternatively, you can purchase our Premium Paint Bundle, which will give you everything you need to complete the job, as well as save you 20% on purchasing the products separately.
- Ensure the surface is clean, dry, and free from wax, oil, food residue or any other substance likely to affect the application of the paint. Grease and oil should be removed with our Standard Degreaser.
- Previously painted surfaces should be roughened slightly using sanding material. New concrete should be left at least 28 days before applying the paint.
- No primer is required, however if you are applying to concrete, and you feel the surface needs a more smooth, porous key, you can apply our Concrete Keying Etchant to neutralise any remaining alkalinity in the cement and to remove further dirt and laitance (weak, dusty cement particles).
- If you are painting metal, remove any flakes by using a wire brush or similar, and then remove any oil or grease with our Standard Degreaser. For galvanised metal, a galvanised surface primer is recommended before painting.
- We also recommend patch testing a small trial area first in areas where appearance is critical.
- Step and Ramp Paint consists of a small tin of resin, a small tin of hardener, and a pack of aggregate all packed within one large outer tin. Pour the resin and hardener into the large outer tin and mix together until there is a consistent colour. Our Paint Mixer is best used for this. Do not mix in the aggregate, this is rollered in at the end.
- Pour the mixture into the Paint Scuttle, and start work immediately. NB: The large tin will become hot if the mixture is not poured into a roller tray quickly so please take precautions.
- It is recommended that you start at the edges of the area you are painting first using a paint brush. As you paint, the aggregate should be immediately sprinkled evenly onto the wet coating. Do not exceed a surface area of 5 metres² per tin.
- Using our 12" Roller (or any pile-type roller), apply the mixed resin and hardener by roller to a measured area of 5m.
- Then, immediately sprinkle the anti-slip aggregate uniformally onto the wet coat.
- Finally, using the same roller that was used to apply the mixed resin and hardener roll over the sprinkled aggregate to bed in and cover the anti-slip aggregate.
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