Impranol Elan Top Coat - Light Oak


£20.50 (inc vat)

Key Features

  • Coverage: 14-16m2 per litre

  • Easy to apply - Brush or Spray

  • Low Odour

  • Very Durable

About this product

Impranol Elan - Light Oak is a solvent-based stain for wood used outdoors. Used in protecting and decorating wood, this product contains no biocides.

Particularly suitable to be used on elements which have to maintain their dimensional stability, such as doors, this product has excellent, long lasting protection against weathering.

  • Extended resistance to weather and UV with light resistant pigments
  • Especially suitable for elements which have to maintain dimensional stability (e.g. doors and windows)
  • Easy to apply - good for spraying and brushing
  • Dry to touch in approx 6 hours, can be over painted in approx 12 hours

Produced in Germany, Impranol is a high performance product which offers a translucent finish allowing you to enhance the natural grain of the timber.

This product is a great choice to not only protect, but enhance the look of your external door. On light timbers, this Light Oak stain will create a professional and aesthetically pleasing finish.

Impranol is a 2 part system, to obtain maximum durability and a great finish, first apply a base coat of Impranol Colour and then two coats of Impranol Elan.


On light timbers, Impranol Elan - Light Oak achieves a light oak finish similar to the sample below:

Impranol Elan - Light Oak

Please note: Colours shown are indicative only, different timbers will take colours differently.
We advise to do a sample before fully applying.

Other colours are available, please click here to compare finishes.


Impranol Elan is easy to apply and can be either brushed or sprayed to achieve the required finish.

The surface should be dry, clean and offer good adhesion.

Using a flat brush, the product should be applied following the direction of the fibres. This product should not be applied at temperatures less than 5 degrees Celsius or in blazing sun.

Under normal weather conditions the finish will be dry to the touch after approximately 6 hours and able to be over painted after approximately 12 hours.

To obtain maximum durability and a great finish, first apply a base coat of Impranol Colour and then two coats of Impranol Elan.

Safety Information

For safe handling, use, processing, storage, transportation, disposal and release, please refer to the safety guidance which can be downloaded via the following link: Safety Information.

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  • on 20 Sep 2017