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Epilux Concrete Primer

A high-performance epoxy primer that's perfect for use under epoxy or PU top coats.

This high-performance two-pack epoxy primer is designed to penetrate into and seal the surface. It provides a sound base for the adhesion of epoxy or PU coatings.


High-performanceDurable coatingPromotes adhesion
Finishes -Low Sheen

Surface preparation Clean the surface thoroughly. Make sure it is dry and free of all dust, contaminants and fungal growth. Remove laitance (accumulation of particles on fresh concrete) with a wire brush or sweep blast. Previous coatings must be removed completely. Treat fungal growth with Fungicidal Solution.

Application procedure Mix the base and hardener of the two-pack Epilux Concrete Primer in the ratio of 3:1 and allow it to mature for 15 minutes. Stir the contents thoroughly. Apply evenly avoiding runs and sags. Ensure that the outside temperature is 30oC and that relative humidity is not greater than 85%.

Tools you will need


Available Packs

Berger Epilux Low Sheen Concrete Primer
5 Ltr

Berger Epilux Low Sheen Concrete Primer
20 Ltr

1 Coat
9.0 m2/Ltr**


On well-prepared surfaces, as per the painting system recommended. Please refer to the Product Data Sheet for surface preparation and method of application.

** Actual coverage may vary from the quoted coverage due to factors such as method and condition of application, surface roughness, and porosity.

Volume Solids

45% +/- 2%

Solve Potential Paint Problems

1Reddish brown stains have appeared on the surface of my painted wall.

These reddish brown stains are caused by the rusting of nails on the painted surface.

What are the possible causes?

  • Bleeding of rust to the top coat from non galvanised iron nails
  • Rust from galvanised nail heads due to sanding and extreme weathering

How can I fix the problem?

  • Before painting on a new surface which uses non galvanised nails, countersink the nailheads, and caulk with a high quality water based acrylic caulk.
  • Spot prime each nailhead and paint with a quality latex coating.
  • If you’re trying to fix existing nailhead rusting, wash off rust stains and sand the nailheads. Then, countersink, caulk and spot prime as above. Paint with a high quality latex coating.

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