Parex High Build Protective Coating

2-component, solvent free, epoxy reson protective coating to steel, concrete and other constrution materials




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£94.95 £113.94 inc VAT


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Parex High Build Protective Coating

Parex High Build Protective Coating is a two part solvent free epoxy resin product consisting of a pigmented base resin component plus a pale yellow hardener component. The colour coding enables homogeneous mixing to be easily achieved. The product is applied as a high build protective coating to steel, concrete and other construction materials. Applied coatings are resistant to mechanical damage, abrasion and will give protection against weathering and chemical attack. The product gives a high build coating in a single application which cures to hard semi-gloss finish within 24 hours.

Uses include:

  • Steel fabrications and reinforcements
  • Floors, walls and soffits.
  • Marine and sewage works.
  • Warehouse storage areas plus industrial factory areas.
  • Exposed reinforcing strand ends.
  • Exposed reinforcing steel ends.


Specification Outline

Protective coating shall be carried out using High Build Protective Coating as manufactured by Parex Limited. The product must be stored, handled and used strictly in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.


Quality Assurance

Parex Limited has an integrated business management system. This is externally accredited by UK CARES to BS EN ISO 9001:2015, BS EN ISO 14001:2015, BS ISO 45001:2018 and BES 6001.

Instructions For Use


All contact surfaces must be sound, clean, dry and provide a good mechanical key. For steel surfaces rust, millscale or any other impurities should be removed bringing the surface to a bright metal condition. For concrete surfaces remove all loose material, paint, plaster and oily deposits. For best results light grit blasting is recommended.


No special priming is required.


The Parex High Build Protective Coating base resin component is supplied in a container which is large enough to receive the hardener component and act as the mixing vessel. Pour the entire hardener component into the base container and mix using a slow speed high torque drill with a Mortar Stirrer. Mixing should be continued for two minutes to achieve a uniform consistency and colour.


Apply the High Build Protective Coating as a single thick coat using a stiff bristle brush. Do not attempt to brush out the applied material. The applied thickness of 300 microns may be monitored using a simple thickness gauge to check the application during the work.

All tools and equipment should be cleaned with Solvent. Hardened High Build Protective Coating may only be removed mechanically.

Parex High Build Protective Coating may be applied at temperatures between 10°C and 35°C. For applications outside this range contact the Technical Service Department.


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Delivery Schedule

All deliveries are ‘Next working day’ unless otherwise stated. 

Orders placed before 2pm Monday – Friday (excluding Bank Holidays) will be dispatched the same day. Orders placed after this time will be dispatched the following working day. 

Orders for non-stock items will be dispatched within 3-5 working days unless contacted by Customer Services. 

Saturday and timed deliveries are available on request. Please contact customerservices@solseal.co.uk or call 01708 855 698 for more information. 

Please note postcodes in some areas of the Scottish Highlands and offshore addresses require a delivery surcharge and in some cases can take longer to be delivered. Please contact customerservices@solseal.co.uk or call 01708 855 698 for a delivery quote. 

AB36-38, AB55-56, FK17-21, G83, GY9, HS1-9, IM (ALL), IV (ALL), JE (ALL), KA27, KA28, KW0-14, KW15-17, PA20-78, PH15-18, PH19-29, PH32-33, PH45-48, PH30-31, PH34-44, PH49-99, PO38, ZE (ALL) 


Our offices are and warehouses are open from Monday to Friday 8am to 5pm. We are closed on weekends and Bank Holidays. 

‘Working days’ is defined as Monday to Friday excluding Bank Holidays.