Pageflow Shield SL

warehouse resin floor

Pageflow Shield SL is a hygienic self smoothing floor finish.

Dry process areas where the floor is subjected to medium to heavy duty foot, trolley, pallet truck and rubber wheeled fork lift traffic. Typical uses include laboratories, clean rooms, ware­ houses, and electronic, aerospace, automotive and printing plants.

  • Attractive, enhances working environment
  • Hygienic – easy to clean
  • Non-tainting, non-dusting
  • Hard wearing floor finish
  • Abrasion resistant
  • Anti-static grade available


Concrete or screed substrate should be a minimum of 25N/mm2 free from laitance, dust and other contaminationThe substrate should be dry to 75% RH as per BS 8204 and free from rising damp and ground water pressureIf no  damp proof membrane is present Hydraseal DPM can be incorporated directly beneath the Pageflow Shield SL sys­tem.

Product Info.
Spec Pageflow Shield SL Finish: Gloss
Thickness: 2 mm
Preparatory work and application in accordance with suppliers instructions
Primer (if weak,substrate) Pageprime@,0.25 kg/m2
Coating Flowcoat SF41 (density 1.4 kg/I)
1st Coat @ 0.25 – 0.3 kg/m2
2nd Coat @ 0.25 – 0.3 kg/m

Environmental Considerations

The finished system is assessed as non-hazardous to health and the environment. The long service life and seam­ less surface reduce the need for repairs, maintenance and cleaningEnvironmental and health considerations are con­ trolled during manufacture and application of the products by Page staff and fully trained and experienced contractors.

Page are market leaders in specialist industrial and commercial flooring. Systems available includeunderfloor heating systemsfloor screeds, surface damp proof membranes, decorative floor finishes seamless terrazzo, car park deck waterproofingtank lining name just a fewOur objective is to satisfy your Floorzone needs.

Technical Information: The figures that follow are typical properties achieved in laboratory tests at 20°C and at 50% Relative Humidity
Fire Resistance BS476-7 Surface spread of flame: Class 1
Slip Resistance Dry >40 low slip potential Method described in BS 7976-2

(typical values for 4-S rubber slider)

(in accordance with HSE and UKSRG guidelines)

The slipperiness of flooring materials can change significantly, due to the installation process, after short periods of use, due to inap­ propriate maintenance, longer-term wear and/or surface contami­ nants (wet or dry).

Textured systems are recommended to meet slip resistance value requirements for wet conditions and/or surface contaminants (wet or dry) – please contact our Technical Advisors for further details and  specifications.

Thermal Resistance Tolerant up to 70°C
Water Permeability Nil – Karsten test (impermeable)
Surface Hardness 180 secs. Koenig Hardness Test
Chemical Resistance Contact Technical Department
Abrasion Resistance Taber Abrader: 5 mg loss per 1000 cycles (1 kg load using CS17 wheels)  BS8204-2   Grade AR2
Compressive Strength 80 N/mm2 (BS6319)
Flexural Strength > 60 N/mm 2  (BS6319)
Tensile Strength > 15 N/mm2 (BS6319)
Bond Strength  Greater than cohesive strength of 25 mm2 concrete.  >1.5 MPa

Conforms with BS 8204-6/FeRFA type 3

Speed of Cure Light traffic: 10°c: 48 hrs; 20°c: 16 hrs; 30°c: 12 hrs

Full traffic: 10°c: 72 hrs; 20°c: 48 hrs; 30°c: 40 hrs

Full chemical cure: 10°c: 12 days; 20°c: 7 days; 30°c:  7 days

 Aftercare Clean regularly using a single or double headed rotary scrubber drier in conjunction with a mildly alkaline deter­ gent.


The installation should be carried out by trained personnel of Page Industrial Coatings Ltd

Important Note

Page’s products are guaranteed against defective materials and manufacture and are sold subject to its standard Terms and Conditions of Sale, copies of which can be obtained on request.

Further Information

To ensure you are specifying a fit for purpose flooring for your project please consult our Technical Advisors on the number below or visit our website to register your interest in specifying one of the most durable floors on the market.