Non-Slip Additive Benefits:
What sets this specialized polycarbonate grip apart from other non-slip additives is it’s durability and optical clarity. When suspended in a clear coating, the particles become virtually invisible and will not distort or discolor patterns or graphics. It is also extremely durable and chemical resistant. The addition of Seal ‘n Lock Textured Polymer Additive to a coating can easily increase the abrasion resistance of that surface by up to 50%.
Seal ‘n Lock Textured Polymer Additive is resistant to most acids, alkalis, solvents, grease, oil, gasoline, jet fuels, hydraulic fluids, detergents and alcohol. These qualities explain why this is the texturing agent used on the decks of ships and aircraft carriers around the world.
How to Apply
Add Seal ‘n Lock Textured Polymer Additive to sealer, paint or coating. One container (8 oz) to 5 gallons of diluted sealer is the average loading, but more or less can be used, depending on desired texture, type of coating used and number of coats to be applied.
If using Seal ‘n Lock Textured Polymer Additive in a simple single component coating, it is not recommended to add it to the first coat. Apply first coat according to the manufacturer’s instructions without Seal ‘n Lock Textured Polymer Additive to prime the surface and establish the strongest bond possible. After the first coat has dried according to the manufacturer’s instructions, additional coats can then be applied with Seal ‘n Lock Textured Polymer Additive added.
Always apply to a test area before application to ensure texture, appearance, adhesion and compatibility are acceptable. All non-skid additives may shorten the life of the film to some degree.