Versatile recently introduced 5018M Polyaspartic Topcoat. This is a two-component polyaspartic topcoat designed to provide a matte finish in a single application. 5018M has a low viscosity that makes it very easy to apply while providing great flow and leveling. It exhibits great chemical and excellent wear resistance due to the cross-linking of the series film in the cure. 5018M is extremely user-friendly without having sacrificed the performance of the finished product.
Use 5018M to create a natural stone look over finished floors. It’s ideal for use as a topcoat over Versatile Flooring Systems such as Lava Flow Metallic Epoxy or Roll on Rock, and over a clear primer for a matte finish. 5018M can be applied by squeegee, brush or roller over Versatile flooring options where a matte finish is desired.
Areas of use
- Garage Floors
- Retail Floors
- Industrial Floors
- Exterior Applications
- Most previously coated floors – consult with manufacturer
The 5018M offers many advantages such as a low VOC <50g, low odor, great chemical resistance, UV resistant, hot tire resistant and matte finish and will cure at temperatures just above freezing. 5018M comes in a 1.5-gallon kit and a 15-gallon kit. Each 1.5-gallon kit will cover approximately 450 square feet, while the 15-gallon kit will provide coverage rates of approximately 4,500 square feet.
For more information regarding 5018M, contact Versatile’s support team at (714) 829-2600 or visit www.garagecoatings.com.
About Versatile Building Product and GarageCoatings.com
Garage Coatings.com is a trusted supplier of epoxy floor contracts across America. As the makers of America’s strongest direct-to-concrete epoxy, they guarantee a level of both quality and durability unmatched by any other supplier. Due to their factory-direct pricing model, professional contractors have access to premium epoxies at affordable wholesale prices. Bulk orders include free shipping and volume discounts giving you even greater savings when you shop with them.
Additionally, they also offer epoxy floor installation training sessions. Classes are led by the company’s in-house epoxy experts, many of whom have decades of experience in the business. These classes are open to both DIY and professional installers. The classes include hands-on training on how to install the company’s most popular epoxy floor systems, and also include tips on how you can turn epoxy floor installations into a lucrative part-time or full-time business.