A commercial strength, clear, water based polyurethane timber floor finish.
- Water based
- Non Yellowing
- Low odour
- Add Intergrain UltraGrip to achieve an R12 slip resistant rating for stairs and ramps.
- Complies with Green Building Council Requirments (<90g/L VOC's)
- Commercial strength, extra tough timber finish
- Water based clear polyurethane timber floor finish
- Fast drying
- Can be used for green star projects
|Gloss level Indicator||Satin 35 Gloss 80|
|VOC Properties||Satin < 90g/L Gloss < 95g/L|
|Heat Resistance||Up to 70C. Higher temperature will cause film to soften|
|Water Resistance||Good for splashes and spillage.|
|Solvent Resistance||Good for weak solution.|
|Acid Resistance||Good for weak solution.|
|Alkali Resistance||Good for weak solution.|
Brush, Applicator or Roller
NEW OR BARE SURFACES Sand timber and parquetry to an even, smooth surface. Prepare cork in accordance with manufacturers specifications. Ensure the surface is dry and free from dust, dirt, wax and oil. Clean oily timbers, such as Brushbox, Spotted Gum, Cypress and Tallowwood with methylated spirits and allow to dry. Note: Do not use steel wool on surfaces to be coated with UltraFloor as severe staining will occur. PREVIOUSLY FINISHED SURFACES Remove any polishes with appropriate strippers. Wash the surface using warm water and household detergent to remove all traces of dirt and oil and allow to dry. Sand to a uniform dull finish. Vacuum and wipe off dust. Check for adhesion by applying UltraFloor to a test area, approximately 250mm x 250mm. Allow to dry for 24 hours then firmly press a strip of sticky tape over the section coated and rip off quickly. If the coating is removed, sand back to bare timber. If the coating is not removed, sand the test area back to a uniform dull surface and proceed. Note: If previous coating has worn back to expose bare timber, parquetry or cork, it must be thoroughly removed before continuing. Nail holes and surface defects should be filled with Intergrain Woodblend Wood Filler after the first coat of UltraFloor. Do not use linseed oil putty. APPLICATION Stir thoroughly before and during use with a flat blade stirrer. Do not shake or thin. Cut in around edges to a maximum width of 50mm with a narrow brush or applicator. Apply an even, generous coat with a quality synthetic or pure long bristle brush, lambswool applicator or short nap roller, laying off lightly in the direction of the grain. Work along 3-4 boards at a time, keeping a wet edge to prevent lapping or join marks. Do not overwork or overspread the coating as this will result in a patchy uneven finish. It is normal for UltraFloor to have a slightly milky appearance on application, this disappears on drying. Allow a minimum of three hours to dry before sanding lightly with a fine grit paper to remove any raised grain. Vacuum to remove sanding dust. Apply TWO more coats as above, sanding lightly in between only if the surface is rough. FOUR coats may be applied for high traffic areas if desired. MAINTENANCE Clean floors using water and a non-abrasive, household detergent. To ensure minimum preparation when recoating, surfaces should be recoated before UltraFloor has worn away to expose bare timber or cork. Clean to remove any waxes or polishes, When dry, sand to a uniform dull surface and remove sanding dust. Apply 1-2 coats following application instrctions. Where UltraFloor has worn away to expose bare timber or cork, the coating must be thoroughly removed and the surface prepared as per instructions for bare timber. Add UltraGrip to UltraFloor Satin for a slip resistant finish
Use on timber floors, stairs, ramps (with Intergrain UltraGrip), parquetry and cork.
10L, 4L, 1L
Clear, available in gloss or satin
Use and typical specification
Intergrain UltraFloor is a commercial strength, extra tough, clear, water based polyurethane timber floor finish. Available in gloss and satin, UltraFloor has a low odour and is fast drying, enabling floors to be finished within one day. UltraFloor preserves the natural colour of the timber and, unlike oil based finishes, will not darken or yellow. With Enviropro commercial flooring technology, UltraFloor is easy to apply and has excellent resistance to abrasion, water, alcohol and most household chemicals.