Colour Black Material Bitumen, Solvents Odour Bitumen, Solvents Coverage Painting – 3m²/litre in a two-coat application Priming – 10m²/litre Drying Time 2 - 4 (hours depending on ambient temperature) 12 - 24 (hours for curing).Packaging 20 Litre & 205 Litre Drums. Bituminous paints are made of bitumen or coal tar which is dissolved in mineral spirit or naphtha. Bitumen is also known as asphalt which is sticky, black, and highly viscous liquid or semi-solid form of petroleum. Application of Bituminous Paint: Bituminous Paint is available as ready to use and does not require thinning. EVERBUILD® BLACK JACK® 902 BITUMEN & FLASHING PRIMER is a thin black primer used to give a key prior to applying bitumen paints, roof coatings and flashing. USES Mainly used for priming: Concrete roofs and floors, cementitious screeds and renders. Bitumen felt, asphalt and mastic. Weathered corrugated iron and steel.
Hi Fellas, had some good tips on the chippy forum but this topic has nothing to do with chippy stuff.
Just moved house and replacing the carpets, one of which will fit nicely into the garage.
There are small patches of under the DPC level where the brick meets the slab - these get bigger when it rains and dry out completely in the summer - so no real issue.
Only problem is it'll make the carpet damp and it'll go mouldy in the wetter months so I'm looking at painting the slab and up to DPC with Blackjack type bitumen paint.
Black Jack Bitumen Paint Drying Time Table
Has anyone got any experience on this or guidelines on what to do/not to do or even a reccommendation on what to use???
thanks all and happy xmas....
Black Jack Bitumen Paint Drying Time Chart
Black Jack Bitumen Paint Drying Time Calculator