Manufacturer: Jotun Paints
Jotun Solvalitt is a one component physically drying silicone acrylic coating. It is heat resistant up to 600°C and is available in a range of colours. Can be used as primer, mid coat or finish coat in atmospheric environments. Suitable for properly prepared carbon steel, galvanised steel, stainless steel and aluminium substrates.
- Heat resistant up to 600°C
- Colour stable at high temperatures
- Provides a good finish, well suited as finish coat
|Application Method ||Air / Airless Spray, Brush or Roller |
|Surfaces ||Insulated / Non Insulated Surfaces |
|VOC Level ||513g / Litre |
|Coverage ||14m² / Litre |
|Touch Dry ||30 Minutes @ 10°C / 13 Minutes @ 40°C |
|Over-Coating ||13 Hours @ 10°C / 1 Hour 30 Minutes @ 40°C |
|Pot life @ 23°C ||8 Hours |
|Maintenance Cycle ||Comp A - 6 Months |
|Comp B - 4 Years |
|Thinning & Cleaning ||Jotun No. 7 |
|Number of Coats ||2 |
Surface Preparation: All surfaces should be clean, dry and free from contamination. The surface should be assessed and treated in accordance with ISO 8504.
Bare steel: Blast cleaning to Sa 21⁄2 (ISO 8501-1:1988). Roughness: using abrasives suitable to achieve grade Fine to Medium G (30-85 μm, Ry5) (ISO 8503-2).
Coated surfaces: Cured and clean zinc silicate primer.
Other surfaces: The coating may be used on other substrates.
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Typical Paint System: Resist 78 1 x 75 μm (Dry Film Thickness) followed by Solvalitt - 3 x 20 μm (Dry Film Thickness) or Solvalitt - 2 x 20 μm (Dry Film Thickness)
Other systems may be specified depending on area of use.
Protective: Suitable for structural steel and piping to be exposed to highly corrosive environments, C5I or C5M (ISO 12944-2). Recommended for offshore environments, refineries, power plants, bridges, buildings and mining equipment. Specially designed as a primer in coating systems where extended durability is required.
Spray: Use air spray or airless spray.
Brush: Recommended for stripe coating and small areas. Care must be taken to achieve the specified dry film thickness. In order to avoid settling of heavy zinc, continuous mechanical stirring during application is recommended.