Engineering Specifications for Applying
SportMaster Color Coating Systems over concrete tennis court
1.1 The following specifications pertain to the
application of SportMaster Color Coating Systems over concrete tennis
court surfaces. Refer to Product Technical Data sheets for specific
mixing and application instructions.
1.2 The concrete surface must be constructed with a
suitable vapor barrier beneath the slab and adequate perimeter drainage
to prevent moisture accumulation beneath the surface.
2. SURFACE PREPARATION
2.1 New concrete surfaces must cure 28 days. Concrete
surfaces should have a medium broom finish or similar roughened texture.
They must never be steel trowelled.
2.2 Thoroughly remove all dust, dirt, debris and loose
materials. Old coatings, color treatments or extremely smooth finishes
should be sandblasted.
2.3 Etch concrete surface with phosphoric or muriatic
2.4 Fill all cracks with SportMaster CrackMagic, Acrylic
Crack Patch, or other suitable crack fillers.
2.5 Repair spalled areas and level depressions or "bird
baths" (1/8 inch or deeper) with SportMaster / Acrylic Patch Binder or
Acrylic Resurfacer patching mix.
2.6 Apply SportMaster Acrylic Adhesion Promoter or
suitable primer over the entire surface.
2.7 Apply one (1) coat of Acrylic Resurfacer to provide
a smooth underlayment for application of the SportMaster Color
3. APPLICATION OF SPORTMASTER COLOR
3.1 Over properly prepared concrete surface apply a
minimum of two coats of SportMaster Color Concentrate in accordance with
manufacturer's mixing and application instructions.
4. LINE MARKINGS
4.1 Line markings shall be laid out according to United
States Tennis Association specifications.
4.2 After masking tape has been laid apply SportMaster
Stripe Rite line primer to seal voids between masking tape and court
surface to prevent "bleed under" when SportMaster Line Paint is
4.3 Apply a minimum of one coat of SportMaster Line
5.1 All work shall be performed in a workmanlike manner.
All containers and debris shall be removed from job when
The statements made on this technical bulletin are
believed to be true and accurate, and are intended to provide a guide
for approved construction practices. SealMaster?does not make, nor does
it authorize any agent or representative to make any warranty, express
or implied, concerning this material as workmanship, weather,
construction, equipment utilized and other variables affecting results
are all beyond our control. SealMaster?warrants only that the material
conforms too products specifications and any liability to the buyer or
use of this product is limited to the replacement value of the product
only. In no event shall SealMaster?be liable for any injury, loss or
damage, either direct or incidental, special or consequential, however
arising, in connection with material or equipment furnished or work
performed. SealMaster?shall not, in any manner, be liable for any
defects, variations or change in condition in the substructure over
which its products are installed.