Metal Cladding Primer by Rustoleum is a waterborne satin gloss acrylic paint specially designed for use as a finish on metal cladding primed with Metal Cladding Primer or on any metal surface coated with Noxyde®, Peganox® or PVDF Primer.
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Water based quick drying primer for use on all metal substrates including bare or blasted steel, galvanized metal and plastisol®.
Usage & Highlights
- Single pack anti-corrosion primer
- Can be overcoated after just 1 hour
- Water-based product; low in VOC
- For all sound metal substrates and plastisol
- Available in 3 different colours to increase opacity of topcoat
- Excellent flow-out
Metal Cladding Primer can be used on awide variety of substrates like bare or blasted steel, galvanised steel,zinc, aluminium and steel protected by plastisol.Metal Cladding Primer provides corrosion protection under light industrial exposure conditions, if followed by a coat of Metal Cladding Topcoat. On bare or blasted steel two coats of Metal Cladding Primer should be applied prior to the application of theMetal Cladding Topcoat.
Density (g/cm³): 1,29
Gloss Level: Matt
Solids content in volume: 43,7%
Heat Resistance: 80°C (dry heat)
Dry times by 20% C/RV 50%
Touch dry: 30 minutes
Dry to handle: 1 hour
Dry to recoat: 1 hour
Fully cured: 3 days
Remove grease, oil and all other surface contaminations by alkaline or high pressure (steam) cleaning in combination with appropriate detergents. For optimum results remove rust, rust scale, mill scale and deteriorated coatings by abrasive blasting to Sa 2½ (ISO 8501-1: 1988), blast profile max. 50 µm. If blasting is not possible remove loose rust and loose coatings by scraping and/or wire brushing to St 3 (ISO 8501-1: 1988). Zinc or aluminium corrosion products can be removed with Surfa-Etch 108 Etching Solution followed by rinsing with plenty of fresh water, or by brush-off blasting. Remove deteriorated coatings by scraping and wire brushing. Sand intact coatings to roughen the surface slightly. The surface must be clean and may be slightly damp during application.
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