NuCourt Pro Coat

NuCourt Pro Coat is a water-based acrylic coating developed specifically for squeegee and brush applications to asphalt and concrete sports surfaces. Used in conjunction with the NuCourt Range of products as a complete finishing system, NuCourt Pro Coat will provide a long-lasting, resilient surface that is non-slip. NuCourt Pro Coat is manufactured in black, white and six industry standard colours. For large scale projects, custom tinting is available upon request.

Standard production colours for NuCourt include:

  • Terracotta Red
  • Light Green
  • Grass Green
  • Moss Green
  • Sportsmaster Blue
  • Grandslam Blue

Typical applications including:

  • Tennis Court Surfaces
  • Sport Surfaces
  • Concrete Surfaces
  • Asphalt Courts


  • Low VOC
  • Specifically designed for hard sports surfaces
  • Developed for roller application
  • UV stable and non-fading
  • Can be line marked with NuCourt Line Marking
  • Suitable for all weather conditions
  • Excellent protection against bacteria and mould
  • High build, smooth surface coating

Application Guide


The surface must be clean and free of all lichen, moss, grease, oil, chewing gum, silicon and other foreign matter.

Moss and Lichen Contamination: Use Nutech Hypo in accordance with the relevant TDS allowing the surface to thoroughly dry after preparation is complete.

Grease & Oil: Use Nu-EcoSafe Degreaser in accordance with the relevant TDS.

High-pressure water blast > 2500 PSI to remove any grease, oil, food or stains. Allow to thoroughly dry.

Repair: All non-structural cracking and any surface damage. Nutech Paint recommends seeking professional advice regarding any structural or drainage issues prior to commencement of works.

Any ponding of water deeper than 20mm will require patch repairing.
Where the existing coating has been removed patch repair the surface using NuCourt Fill Coat in accordance with the relevant TDS




First Coat: Apply 1 coat NuCourt Pro Coat


  • Pour a windrow of NuCourt Pro Coat parallel to the court edge.
  • Apply even downward pressure and avoid leaving thick film sections on either side of the applicator.
  • Walking in the direction of the windrow, spread with the applicator to obtain an even cover then, reverse direction.
  • Allow the coat to dry.

After the coating is dry, inspect the surface and scrape or grind off any excess lumps or irregularities

Second Coat: Apply NuCourt Pro Coat in the above-described method.

Note: Do not overwork areas and always maintain a wet leading edge.

Undulating surfaces: Squeegee method may not be suitable.


2 Broom Method:

First Coat:  Apply 1 coat NuCourt Pro Coat


  • Spread the NuCourt Pro Coat coating with a stiff bristle broom
  • To obtain a smooth and even finish, follow up with a soft bristle broom
  • Allow the coat to dry

After the coating is dry, inspect the surface and scrape or grind off any excess lumps or irregularities 

Second Coat: Apply NuCourt Pro Coat in the above-described method.

NOTE: Broom application usually uses 10% more coating material than squeegee application.

Top Coat Pre - Existing Surfaces:

In accordance with the methods described in the TDS

For Line Marking:

Refer to NuCourt Line Marking



NuCourt Pro Coat
Quick Reference

Suitable Surfaces


Concrete Slabs


Coloured viscous liquid





Film Forming Temperature:


Dry Film Thickness:

200 microns

Coats Required:

2 Coats

Recoat Time:

8 - 24 Hours

Touch Dry:

4 Hours

Full Cure:

7 Days

VOC Levels:



6 Standard Colours



Ambient Application Temperature:

12°C - 30°C

Coverage Rate:

3 m2/L


Coloured Finish


Sports Surfaces

Related Products:

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Important Notice

The information given in this data sheet is based on many years experience and is correct to the best of our knowledge. However as the use of our product is beyond our control we can only be responsible for the quality of our product at the time of dispatch. For additional information about specifications or application please contact our company. As this information is of a general nature we cannot assume responsibility for individual use.