Protecnet

Water-based protective coating for all surfaces, such as spray booth walls & lights

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Product code

0527

Each £20·00 exc VAT
Total £20·00 exc VAT

Protecnet is an ionised solution that has two functions when applied to walls to control air pollution. Firstly; its unique composition ensures that dust is attracted to the treated areas and secondly, the dust is held and stopped from circulating within air movement.

It can be used directly on the walls of installations where dust emissions are a problem e.g. spray booths, in which air movement will displace dust originating from vehicles, preparation and storage areas, paint-shops, printers etc. Protecnet does not dry on the surface so will stay tacky until it is completely coated with dust and overspray.


Protecnet will cover between 10-12 m2 per litre.


  • WATER SOLUBLE
  • CONTAINS NO SILICONE
  • NON-TOXIC
  • NON-FLAMMABLE

What is the best way to apply Protecnet?

You can apply Protecnet in several different ways, either by brush, roller or spray. As it is a water-based product either of these application methods are as easy and as effective as each other. You decide on the application method that best suits you and the area that you are covering.

What colour is Protecnet?

When you open the container, you will see that Protecnet is white but once it has been applied to the surface it will slowly clear giving an opaque covering. This means that it is a very good option for covering and protecting lights, windows and other glass surfaces.

I want a white coating, what should I use?

There are a couple of options for you, either Elasticote AQ which is a water-based, peelable product or Elasticote which is a solvent-based peelable coating.

How do I remove Protecnet?

This depends upon the area that it is covering. As Protecnet is a water-based product it can be washed from the surface with a hosepipe and brush or a small pressure washer. This is a very good method for a spray booth with a flooded floor as the coating and dust can simply be washed into the booth from where it can be coagulated and flocculated along with your normal removal process. If washing isn't a realistic option, which it isn't for a majority of customers, then it can be wiped or scraped. Once the Protecnet is full of dust then it is very easy to remove with a scraper or anything with a straight edge.