Two-component primer with outstanding corrosion and chemical properties. Formulated to resist to lubricating oils, kerosene and naphtha, it is characterized by a high content of corrosion inhibitors pigments. It has excellent mechanical properties, impact resistance, abrasion, bending. The cured product can be applied up to 350 microns (wet) without sagging.Get information
For particularly harsh operating conditions we recommend a white metal blasting (grade Sa3). For less severe conditions an almost white metal (grade Sa 2.5) is enough. A commercial blasting or alternatively a good quality mechanical cleaning are often acceptable. The product must be applied strictly on dry surfaces, clean, perfectly free of oil, grease, dust, moisture or other contaminants.
Spray, brush or roll. Preferred application is airless spray. Brush or roller don't grant an uniform coverage, use these techniques only on retouch or small surfaces.
CONVENTIONAL SPRAY LOW PRESSURE PUMP
This is a two-component product. Before mixing the two components it is recommended to homogenize the component possibly with agitator and shake vigorously, possibly without opening, the packaging of component b. After mixing and addition of appropriate thinner, agitation should be continued until it became homogeneous. In order to use the correct mix ratio, necessary to obtain the best results, we recommend to catalyse only entire packs. In case you want to use only a portion of the pack, you should equip with adequate precision scale for catalysis by weight and appropriate sized containers for catalysis by volume. The pot life (time of use after catalysis) is significantly reduced by increase of temperature. Ambient temperature has influence on curing time which, under 10° C is extended considerably. Epoxy products are not suitable to use at low temperatures (typically under 5-8° C), except through the use of a specific catalyst (winter grade). The temperature of the surface to be treated must be at least 3° C higher than dew point. If this condition is not met the resulting condensation, not always visible, may easily lead to phenomena of nonadherence. The coating requires a period of 7-15 days at 25° C for complete curing. Carefully remove any accumulated roughness prior to the application of subsequent coats. It is recommended to implement all necessary measures (development of equipment for painting, using any thinner retardant-wetting thinner, position yourself upwind, proper progression of the surfaces to be painted) to prevent the accumulation of dust coating, which often causes inhomogeneity of the film.