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Ezypoxy Rollcoat

Our specialist epoxy rollcoat is ideal for use in solid-colour, flake and non-slip finishes.


A suitable epoxy for all common residential, commercial and industrial projects.


Formulated to resist settling, avoid colour separation and create a consistent semi-gloss finish.


Easy to apply with squeegee and roller, and you won't need to prime on most surfaces


No solvents, carcinogens, flammables or strong odours keeps project sites safe for all.

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Tintable, 100% Solids Epoxy Rollcoat

A solvent-free, tintable, two-pack epoxy designed as an easy-to-use, solid-colour rollcoat in all common residential, commercial and industrial projects.

Quality materials are selected to create a field-friendly, moisture-tolerant coating that can achieve excellent results in even the toughest application conditions.

Ezypoxy Rollcoat doesn’t need a primer on most surfaces, and won’t suffer from colour separation or settling like other rollcoats can. It’s also formulated to deliver a more even film with reduced surface absorption and sag, making it a great choice for flake and non-slip flooring systems.


Ezypoxy Rollcoat on the floor of a brand new, 500 square metre warehouse waiting to be used. Common uses for Ezypoxy Rollcoat include:

Garages, Workshops, Warehouses, Car Parks, Loading Zones, Industrial Facilities, Kitchens, Food Preparation,
Food Processing, Schools, Toilets & Changerooms, Walkways

Product Details

Type: Two-pack epoxy - solvent-free/100% solids. 
Colour: Tintable. 
Finish: Semi-Gloss with subtle, stipple texture.. 
Mix Ratio: 2:1 v:v (with pigment pot).
Pack Size: 12 litres (with pigment pot).


  • Ideal basecoat for flake and non-slip floors.
  • Easy to apply by squeegee and roller.
  • Direct to concrete.
  • Reduced colour separation or settling.
  • Can be applied onto coving without sag or slump.
  • Forgiving semi-gloss finish.
  • Excellent moisture tolerance - used in all conditions.
  • No solvents or strong odours.
  • Excellent adhesion to all common substrates.
  • High overall chemical resistance.
  • Good tolerance of low temperatures.


ASTM D451/ISO 4624
Concrete - substrate failure in dry and wet
ASTM D-2280
70-75 Shore D
CS 17/1kg/1000 cycles
70mg/1000 cycles 

Chemical Resistance

10% Acetic Acid


50% Sodium Hydroxide




70% Sulphuric Acid

10% Lactic Acid


Deionized Water 

Ezypoxy Rollcoat is resistant to exposure from spillage of most household & commercial chemicals, e.g. detergents, soaps, oils/grease etc. Staining may occur when exposed to aggressive chemicals.

Good housekeeping practices, including dilution and prompt clean up, will help minimise damage.


The actual coverage achieved by Ezypoxy Rollcoat will depend on the substrate characteristics and condition.
The theoretical yield for a 200-micron film (typical thickness) are: 12 litre kit @ 5m2 /L = 60m2

A 12 litre kit of Ezypoxy Rollcoat tintable floor coating.

Curing Times

 Time (@ 25°C) 

Pot Life - 20 minutes 
Set (touch) - 6 hours 
Set (hard) - 12 hours 
Re-coat (min.) - 12 hours 
Re-coat (max.) - 36 hours 
Full Cure - 7 days  

Approximate time frames for full kit @ 25°C. Pot life will shorten for larger mixes. Curing times will decrease with increasing temperature (+10°C will halve curing times, -10°C will double them). 

Product Notes

  • Ezypoxy Rollcoat should not be used in applications requiring resistance to rapid changes in temperature during service and/or cleaning (i.e. thermal shock).
  • Maximum ripple texture in the finish can be achieved by applying final coat at 150 microns.
  • Application onto highly porous concrete may lead to colour and gloss inconsistencies. If required, the concrete should be primed first with a suitable primer.
  • Ezypoxy Rollcoat has good sag resistance, which makes it possible to apply onto vertical surfaces such as coving. High film builds and temperatures can should be considered before application.
  • Consistent with all epoxies, Ezypoxy Rollcoat will tend to discolour upon extended UV exposure. Over-coat with Ezypoly (PU topcoat) if required.
  • Minor settling may be experienced in Part A over long periods of time without use. In such cases, mix separately and thoroughly before use.
  • In cool conditions, the viscosity of Ezypoxy Rollcoat will increase and may make application difficult. Part A can be slowly warmed with hot water to reduce viscosity before mixing if required. Do not use below 5°C.
  • If more than one kit is mixed at a time, the product can reach dangerously high temperatures and experience a significantly reduced pot life.
  • Clean up with MEK, acetone or methylated spirits.

Surface Preparation


New concrete surfaces should be allowed to cure for a minimum of 28 days. Old, damaged, cracked and/or heavily contaminated concrete surfaces should be degreased with a detergent and patch repaired prior to surface preparation. Diamond grind or shot blast to obtain a CSP 2-3. Properly prepared surfaces should be structurally sound and free of contamination, laitance and any loose material. Ensure surface is clean, dry and dust-free again if there’s a delay between preparation and application.

Porous Surfaces:

If the concrete is found to be weak, powdery or porous during substrate preparation, apply a suitable primer/sealer first.

Coated Surfaces: 

Maximum delay between coats is 36 hours @ 25°C. Should this time be exceeded the previous coat must be lightly abraded with 80-120 grit paper, vacuumed and wiped with methylated spirits or other suitable solvent. Old, existing films can be over-coated providing they’re in good condition and there are no adhesion issues. If in doubt, a tensile adhesion test should be conducted.


WARNING: Part B is a Class 8 Corrosive. For full safety instructions, consult SDS. Wear protective clothing, goggles and gloves to prevent skin and eye contact.

- Check packaging for correct components before mixing.
- Part A may have a gel-like consistency that starts to flow easily once mixed.

Pre-mix pigment pot into Part A first with a drill mixer. Pour Part B into Part A and mix until a consistent colour is obtained, scraping sides with a flat spatula to ensure all product is taken in. Ezypoxy Rollcoat kits can be split by using the following weights and volumes to make 1 litre:

Part A Part B
880g/660mL 350g/340mL


Brush, roller, squeegee or trowel.
Application thickness - 100-300 microns (3-10m2/L).

For best results, pour product immediately onto the floor after mixing. Start 50cm from a wall and work towards the exit point pouring in an “S” shaped pattern.

Leave enough mixed product to cut in with a brush next to vertical surfaces and around tight areas.Approximately 100mm is typical.

Perform a rough spread using the squeegee to achieve a relatively even film, allow product to level for 2-3 minutes, then backroll smooth using 12mm x 270mm roller covers.

De-lint all rollers first by wrapping the roller in masking tape and removing. When backrolling, roll in long, even, overlapping strokes to get the product feeling and sounding the same.

To work a fresh batch into the seam of another, pour the material approximately 15cm from the edge and overlap with the roller by about 30cm. Try to minimise the number of seams and keep them as fresh as possible. If left for too long, pigments can settle and lead to a colour difference.

Each kit must be applied within the pot life times listed in the Cure Schedule table to ensure best results.


Keep containers closed when not in use. Store below 40°C. Do not store in direct sunlight. Shelf life is at least 12 months in original, unopened container. Seek advice from your local council regarding accepted disposal methods.

First Aid

CAUTION: KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.  IF ON SKIN: Remove immediately all contaminated clothing. Rinse skin with water. IF IN EYES: Rinse cautiously with water for several minutes. Immediately call a POISON CENTRE (Australia - 13 11 26) or doctor/physician. If skin irritation occurs: Get medical advice/attention. 

WARRANTY DISCLAIMER: The technical data given herein has been compiled for your help and guidance and is based upon our experience and knowledge. However as we have no control over the use to which this information is put, no warranty express or implied is intended or given. We assume no responsibility whatsoever for coverage, performance or damages, including injuries resulting from use of this information or of products recommended herein.

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A light grey coat of Ezypoxy Rollcoat being rolled out in a commercial warehouse facility.Ezypoxy Rollcoat for solid-colour finish
An installer broadcasting flakes onto an Ezypoxy Rollcoat basecoat in a residential garage.Ezypoxy Rollcoat under flake
Ezypoxy Rollcoat used for non-slip flooring in a commercial food serving area.Ezypoxy Rollcoat for commercial non-slip
An empty warehouse showing a freshly applied coat of light grey Ezypoxy Rollcoat.Ezypoxy Rollcoat in warehouse

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