Ultra Wall Industrial Epoxy Paint is specifically designed for application to all wall surfaces that need an industrial strength finish. Guaranteed not to drip, run, or sag making in perfect for walls in high stress areas such as wash down rooms, kitchens, locker rooms, food production areas, clean rooms, institutional facilities, kennels and many other applications. The problem with regular paints are that they're not tough enough and the problem with regular epoxy paints is that they sag and drip on vertical walls. Ultra Wall Epoxy solves both problems. It's impact and abrasion resistant and rolls on in one coat without dripping or sagging.
Industrial Epoxy Paint For All Vertical Wall Applications
Can be applied to concrete, brick, cinder block, or sheet rock walls. If applying over previous wall enamel paint simply sand to rough up surface, apply our Bonding Primer and allow 24 hrs to cure and then apply one coat of Ultra Wall Industrial Epoxy Paint. Ultra Wall is a thick epoxy and will usually cover surfaces in one coat. Fills in voids in cinder block walls with one coat unlike water based or even 100% solids epoxies. Allow for less coverage when coating cinder blocks or when using light colors such as Beige.
Comes in 1 gallon or 5 gallon sets. Coverage is approx. 150SF/Gal @ 12 Mils thick depending on surface texture. Cinder block and lighter colors may yield less coverage. Sheetrock will yield higher coverage. Please specify in custom box if applying over sheetrock, We will provide you the version specifically engineered for sheetrock walls.. As a reference standard oil based enamels are only 2 Mils thick and are much softer so they scratch and wear off much easier. Standard solids epoxy will run and sag as you try to apply it. Ultra Wall Epoxy is a very thick viscous material that is made to cling to vertical surfaces without sag while providing an extra thick, extra hard protective shell over your walls. Super scratch resistant and impact resistant.
Apply to wall with 3/8"-1/2" nap roller according to texture of wall surface. Primer should be used on sheetrock or walls with an existing coating.