Applications of 1010 ECO for Primers, Paints and VarnishApplications of 1010 ECO for Primers, Paints and Varnish


Hardeners 1014 - 1016

Biobased water based epoxy system

  • 32% biobased on resin part*
  • Mat or High gloss primer & varnish
  • 1/1 Easy mixing ratio in volume with 1014
  • Uses water to clean brushes and rollers
  • Extreme low viscosity will prime any porous material in depth
  • May be applied on humid substrates

RESOLCOAT 1010 ECO is a unique water based epoxy system. It may be used in a very large number of applications such as primer, varnish, veneer adhesive but also as matrix for self levelling compounds or mortars. Domains of application range from marine construction, furniture manufacturing, industrial & residential construction and fine arts.

Apart from hydrophobic substrates, the 1010 ECO system is compatible with most supports such as wood, concrete, plaster, stone, ceramic, metal, etc... It can be highly diluted in water so its viscosity drops extremely low, resulting in a prime choice material for priming. It is used as wood primer on new woods & timbers but also as hardening material when applied of injected in old woods for conservation or purposes. Less diluted, it becomes a transparent varnish highly resistant to abrasion. It will enhance the colour of woods and other materials such as ceramics or carbon fibre.

Applied in maximum 2 thin layers, it’s micro-porosity to vapour will enable the 1010 ECO to be used as a water barrier for materials that need to breath (wood, concrete).

RESOLCOAT 1010 ECO is available in 2 finish versions: 1010 ECO/1014 will always be used as first priming coat and as finish coat for high gloss results. The 1016 hardener used as finish coat on top of the 1010 ECO/1014 will enable mat finish aspects.

RESOLCOAT 1010 ECO does not contain any solvents, has no VOC emissions and does not smell when applied unlike any other varnishes. This new generation varnish offers a harmless alternative to all solvented products. Cleaning of tools shall be done with warm water and soap.

Mix density
Gel time on 70 mL, 4cm at 23°C