Epoxy Bund Coat – Exceptional Chemical Resistance – 5kg
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Epoxy Bund Coat – Exceptional Chemical Resistance – 5kg

105.69 ex. VAT

100% solids epoxy resin bund sealer with exceptional chemical resistance, ideal for coating areas which need to be watertight in case of tank or pipe failure

Bund Coat is a two-part epoxy resin coating designed for the protection of bund areas in the event of spillage, it can be applied internally or externally for a finish resistant to water, oil, diesel and a variety of chemicals.

  • Excellent resistance to petrol, diesel, acids, alkalis and solvents
  • Fills cracks between bund wall and floor
  • Flexible waterproof coating
  • Can be applied to damp surfaces

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  Surfaces   concrete, brick or blockwork
  Interior/Exterior   interior & exterior
  Curing time   at 20°C the area can be opened to light traffic after 24 hours, full cure in 5 – 7 days
  Coverage   5kg of the mixed product will cover 15-20m²
  Pot Life   40 minutes
  Shelf life   one year in sealed containers

Surface Preparation

All surfaces should be clean, dry and free from any contaminants and surface laitance. Remove grease and oil using Bio-Clean Degreaser. Previously painted surfaces should be sound. Any loose, flaking paint should be removed prior to application.


Empty the smaller container into the larger container and mix thoroughly. Part mixing is not normally recommended (speak to the technical department if this is required). Use an electric drill and mixing blade to stir. If electric drill is unavailable use a wide bladed tool and mix thoroughly for several minutes. In all cases ensure that the sides and base are scrapped to incorporate all the mixture.


Apply by brush working well into the substrate. Apply thickly over any minor cracks and joints. One coat is generally sufficient to produce a watertight seal. A second coat may be required over porous or rough surfaces in order to produce a continuous coat.