If you haven’t heard about Hyperseal Australia's All Purpose, allow me to introduce this incredibly versatile product. Yes, this product is called All Purpose, originally marketed solely as a primer, but as its name suggests, All Purpose is so much more than a primer! Normally, and I am generalising here, primers, paints and sealants are renowned for containing toxic chemicals, high VOCs and other environmentally damaging substances. But not this coating! This unique product has none of these negative properties. Yes, you read that correctly. Hyperseal Australia's All Purpose is non-toxic, non-carcinogenic and very low VOCs.

What is All Purpose?

All Purpose is a coating, but it is so much more than merely a coating. It is a coating containing up to 50% recycled rubber to volume. This makes All Purpose tough but also a coating that protects. All Purpose adheres to almost all surfaces including roofs, siding, tile, wood, metal, concrete, plastic and many other surfaces.

Why this Coating?

All Purpose is one part of the complete roof solution. It is a sealant and protecting coating that enables a roof to be sealed, waterproofed, insulated and protected with one product. Used in conjunction with Glass Cool Top Coat, a roof can be protected and reflect most of the heat that the weather directs to a roof. This means that internal temperatures can be decreaed by up to 50%.

For your complete environmentally friendly roof solution, Hyperseal Australia's All Purpose and Glass Cool Top Coat integrate perfectly with solar panels.

Roofs are just one area that Hyperseal Primer is perfect for. However, it is also an ergonomic floor covering or a protectant sealant for most surfaces.

This is the final step for the application of Parking Lot & Driveway on to the factory floor! If you have missed the first two blogs, find them here:

Post 1 of 3: Warehouse Floor
Post 2 of 3: Warehouse Floor – Preparation

Just a quick note to bring you up to date anyway, Hyperseal Australia was approached for more information about covering a factory floor, primarily for additional safety to be added to the factory but it was also specifically requested if any of our Hyperseal Australia products are environmentally friendly, green. Following our answers, as outlined in Post 1 of 3: Warehouse Floor, it was decided to go ahead with the factory floor with the product: Parking Lot & Driveway.

The above picture is the finished factory floor with one coat of Parking Lot & Driveway applied by a spray gun. This is such a versatile product and is very easy to apply. Application can be made with a spray gun, push broom, trowel or brush, and clean up requires no chemicals, simply wash clean equipment, tools and spills promptly with warm, soapy water.

And there you have it! An insulated, waterproof, slip resistant, ergonomic and durable floor covering that is very easy to apply and clean up after, and it’s environmentally friendly!


We were asked a number of questions about having increased safety in a factory environment and if Hyperseal Australia could help in the matter. The answer was, of course, Yes!

Yes à Hyperseal has a product, actually more than one,  that is slip resistant.
Hyperseal has products that are ergonomic, creating a surface that is enjoyable to walk while also being very durable.
Hyperseal products are very durable and waterproof and will also protect against oil.
Hyperseal products can be applied and be aesthetically pleasing, especially in this case, covering up stained concrete.
à Hyperseal products are green products, environmentally friendly and non-toxic and non-carcinogenic.

For more information about the decision process, see Post 1 of 3: Warehouse Floor.

With all the important questions asked, preparation for the application can begin. There is not a lot to do in preparation for application in this case as the surface that the coating is to go onto is in good condition and simply requires a sweep to remove any loose foreign materials. However, as a spray gun was to be utilised, the goods surrounding the area need to be protected, just in case. In this scenario, paper was taped to the concrete to protect and contain the area to be sprayed.

Wouldn’t you know it! We were just about to start the spray gun and a roo got in and made a mess! After wrangling it out of the factory, all was ready to start spraying!

Stay tuned for the finished images!

Continue the journey here: Post 3 of 3: Warehouse Floor - Finished