Dairy Coat Ultra Antibacterial


  • Dairy Coat Ant-Bac has been further enhanced by the addition of a highly effective anti-microbial agent that has a 99.999% kill rate against E. Coli and MRSA.

  • The additive contained will not leach and has no environmental impact.

  • It is effectiveness is unaffected by:

    • Scratching or abrasion

    • UV exposure

    • Salt Spay

    • Temperature cycling

    • Cleaning chemicals including Chlorine Bleach, Disinfectants, Quaternary Ammonium Compounds.

  • Effective for the life time of the coating.

  • The active ingredient is effective against most bacteria including Listeria, Monocytogenes, Salmonella Enteritidis, Pseudomonas Aeruginosa and Aspergillus, Niger and specifically tested against MRSA and E. Coli.

  • No document evidence that bacteria strains have become resistant.

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Dairy Coat Ultra Technical Data Sheet

Antel's Dairy Coat Ultra is a high quality high build two component solvent free epoxy coating for application to new and existing concrete floors, render, and metal substrates. It provides a smooth, easily cleaned surface which is resistant to dirt, moisture, oil, light-medium abrasion and chemical attack. Where slip resistance is required, and in accordance with BS 7976-2, the addition of Anti-Slip aggregate is required in most cases.

• High build—200 µm per coat
• Superb adhesion to concrete
• Good early strength characteristics
• Dustproof and waterproof
• Good chemical resistance.
• Impermeable to water and other liquids.
• Good resistance to heavy traffic
• Provides a closed hygienic surface
• Can be made non-slip
• Decorative finish
• Good water spot and blush resistance

• Food/hygiene e.g. Abattoirs,/milking parlours
• Factory floors
• Car plants
• Hospitals
• Garages
• Metal Substrates


4.1 Preparation

New concrete should be at least 1 month old. The surface should be acid etched and then rinsed thoroughly and allowed to dry totally. The substrate must have a minimum compressive strength of 25 N/mm2. Moisture content should not exceed 5% and relative humidity at the slab surface should not exceed 75%. All oil and grease must be removed. Damaged areas should be repaired using Antel's Epoxy repair mortar.
The surface should be free of laitance, etc. Cleaning by mechanical means such as grit blasting or scabbling is very important. Concrete contaminated with oil or grease requires suitable preparation such as steam cleaning using a suitable detergent to remove the contaminant.

Metal substrates. The substrate should be mechanically keyed, removing all signs of rust. All oil and grease must be removed using a good quality degreaser.

4.2 Priming
Priming is necessary when the substrate is poor even after preparation and if substrate is new or porous. Failure to prepare the surface correctly may result in bad bond formation. Therefore it may be necessary to apply a primer.

4.3 Mixing
Add the entire contents of the B Pack to the A Pack, scraping out the contents and mix the resin and hardener components thoroughly with drill paddle. Do not speed mix as this can affect the workability of the material. Once mixed, transfer to a shallow tray immediately. This will help to dissipate heat and give a longer working time.

Once mixed, it is only possible to apply a single coat. Do not attempt to return to the mix to apply a second coat.


Apply using a suitable brush and/or good quality low pile or foam roller. As the material is high build, make sure to push/roller the material out. Observe areas just coated while applying to ensure no 'runs' or drips are forming. Back roller if required on these areas, but not on areas that may be 'tacky'. 1 coat of primer plus 1 top coat is necessary on wall areas. Apply the top coat 24 hours after priming.

The coating can be applied by pouring onto the substrate and then spreading with a suitable squeegee set at the correct depth and then back roller with a quality medium pile roller to achieve a smooth, even finish. A second coat shall be applied in the same manner once the first coat is tack free. If a non-slip finish is desired, the application of Anti-Slip aggregate is required and should be applied on to the first coat while wet. A further 24 hours should be allowed before permitting traffic. Maximum inter coat time 24 hours.

Antel's Dairy-Coat Ultra is available in 5 Kg packs. Coverage is 25m2/5Kgs

Brushes and roller equipment should be cleaned with Antel's Standard Epoxy Cleaning Solvent.

Store in a dry, cool, and frost free place in their original containers.

Pot life - 30 minutes
Application thickness - 200-225 µm per coat
Initial cure - 8 – 10 hours
Intercoat time - 24 hours
Pedestrian traffic - 24 hours
Heavy traffic - 36 hours
Full Cure - 7 days
Compressive Strength - 65 N/mm2
Flexural Strength - 26 N/mm2
Abrasion Resistance - 0.18 grams weight loss / CS-17 wheel 1000 cycles / 1 kg

Slip Resistance

Over a third of all major injuries reported each year are caused as a result of a slip or trip. Health and Safety Executive statistics suggest that there is one serious slip accident every 3 minutes.

Using the TRL Pendulum Slip/ Skid Resistance Tester in accordance with BS 7976-2, Slip/Skid Resistance Testing can be carried out to assess the floor surface slipperiness in workplace and public areas.

Facilities managers, local authorities and building owners are under obligation to ensure the floor or surface of the traffic route is not slippery so there is no risk of injury to any person. This is enforced by the "Workplace (Health, Safety and Welfare) Regulations 1992".

The UK HSE's preferred method for Slip assessment is based on a combination of two values:

1. Pendulum coefficient of friction (CoF) test resulting in a PTV rating.

2. Surface roughness value (Rz)

Surface Micro Roughness Assessment/Testing
Research has shown that measurement of the RZ parameter allows slipperiness to be predicted for a range of common materials. A roughness reading can be used as supporting evidence with the results of a pendulum test.

The pendulum test value (PTV) should be not less than 35 in situations where ease of cleaning is more critical than slip resistance and/or where all who use or are likely to use the floor will wear specially provided slip resistant boots or shoes. Pendulum test values in the wet of not less than 33 may be deemed acceptable.

Slip Resistance Guidelines
PTV Surface Roughness µm Potential for slip
0 to 24 ≤ 9 High
25 to 35 10 to 19 Moderate
≥ 36 ≥ 20 Low

Antel Dairy-Coat Ultra Results - based on application of 0.3 – 0.6mm Anti-Slip Aggregate
In accordance with BS 7976 Pt 1 -3

PTV (Dry) - 75
PTV (Wet) - 60
Surface roughness (Rz) - 92µm

Chemical Resistance

Sulphuric Acid - 30% - Excellent
Sodium Hydroxide - 25% - Excellent
Engine Oil - Excellent
Lactic Acid - 25% -Good
Ammonia Solution - 25% - Good
Citric Acid - 25% - Excellent
Petrol - Excellent
Sugar Solution - 40% - Excellent
Hydrochloric Acid - 30% - Excellent
Xylene - Excellent
White Spirit - Excellent
Skydrol - Excellent
Petrol - Excellent
Methanol - Moderate
Bleach - 10% -Excellent

Further technical information can be made available on request. Please contact the Antel Technical Department.

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