Britannia SR60 Decatone Tennis Court Paint

Non Hazardous
A slip resistant, long lasting paint for use on macadam and concrete tennis courts.
Available in 20 Litres in a wide range of colours
From £141.12 £117.60
In stock
Only %1 left
Product Description

Britannia Tennis Court Paint SR60 is a tough and long lasting finish suitable for use on macadam and concrete tennis courts. It contains algicide and fungicide and has a slip resistance value of 60 in wet or damp conditions.

Best Uses

Britannia SR60 Tennis court paint is suitable for use on both macadam and concrete courts. Its slip resistance is formulated to give minimum slip on macadam and concrete tennis courts, which makes it perfect for wet or damp conditions (i.e. British Summer Time!), making play safer for all.


Britannia SR60 Tennis court paint is made for airless spray application, however application by roller is also suitable. Always ensure you stir the product thoroughly before application. All surfaces to be painted should be free from loose and flaking material, dirt, debris, grease and any vegetative growth. Debris can be removed by vacuum or pressure blasting with either air or water. 

It is important to note that surfaces below 5°C are not suitable for coating. Surfaces that are above 30°C, should be cooled with water spray before application, otherwise paint will dry before film formation is completed.

New bitumen should be left to harden off before coating. The time will vary with the nature of the surface and the weather. (Minimum 3 weeks in summer and up to 3 months in winter.)

New concrete should be allowed to mature for several months before coating. Do not over-paint/seal court.

The recommended application time frame is between March and October.


  • In order to maintain the slip resistance of the coating, tennis courts should be regularly maintained and any moss treated.
  • The correct footwear should always be worn on court.
  • Do not apply salt or de-icer when the surface is frozen.
Technical Details

Important Information

Britannia SR60 Tennis Court Paint is not suitable for use on quartz or gravel containing macadams due to poor binder adhesion. Power floated concrete areas as well as chemically or mechanically hardened floors may not be suitable for coating.

Slip Resistance

The test procedure is described in ITF test procedure CS 02/01:1997 and BS EN 13036 Part 4 using the CEN Rubber Test Foot complies with the minimum requirements of 60 in the wet or damp.

Taber Abrasion

The Wet Scrub is performed according to ISO 11998. Weight loss, as measured in grams per m2, coatings tested fall into Scrub Class 1.

Technical Info

Components: Single Pack
Type: Water Based
Finish: -
Stock Colours: 12 Standard Colours 
Tintable: Yes. Please note, bespoke tints are non refundable / exchangeable
VOC Content: -
Volume Solids: -
Suitable Substrates: Macadam or Concrete Tennis Courts
Application Method: Airless Spray, Roller
Theoretical Coverage:  6-8m2/l per coat (2 coats required)
Wet Film Thickness (WFT): -
Dry Film Thickness (DFT): -
Touch Dry: 1-2 hours at 20°C
Overcoatable: Once the first coat is dry to the touch
Fully Cured: Please refer to specialist applicator recommendations regarding play after spraying is completed.
Return to Play: Up to 2-3 weeks for optimum slip resistance to be achieved.
Thinner: Thinning up to 10% may be required in cold conditions, however best results are obtained when the coating is applied neat
Cleaner: Clean all tools with water immediately after use
Shelf Life: 12 months from date of production unopened 
Packaging: Available in 20 litre drums

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