Manufacturer: Jotun Paints
Vinyguard Silvergrey 88 is a single pack, quick drying, modified vinyl coating. It can be used as primer or mid coat in atmospheric and immersed environments. Suitable for properly prepared mild steel substrates under alkyd and acrylic coatings; as a tie coat for antifouling systems; and for topside, deck and superstructure in the marine industry.
- Quick drying
- Good resistance to water, abrasion and chemicals
- Cures at low temperatures
- Suitable for properly prepared carbon steel substrates
|Application Method ||Air / Airless Spray, Brush or Roller |
|Surfaces ||Marine - Topside, Deck, Superstructure |
|VOC Level ||540g / Litre |
|Coverage ||3.8m² / Litre |
|Touch Dry ||20 Minutes @ 10°C / 10 Minutes @ 40°C |
|Over-Coating ||3 Hours @ 10°C / 2 Hours @ 40°C |
|Maintenance Cycle ||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). Power tool cleaning to min. St 2 (ISO 8501-1:1988) may be acceptable, subjected to exposure conditions.
Shopprimed steel: Clean, dry and undamaged approved shopprimer.
Coated surfaces: Clean, dry and undamaged compatible primer.
Other surfaces: The coating may be used on other substrates.
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Typical Paint System: Vinyguard Silvergrey 88 2 x 80 μm (Dry Film Thickness) followed by Pioner Topcoat 1 x 50 μm (Dry Film Thickness) OR, Pilot II 1 x 40 μm (Dry Film Thickness). Other systems may be specified, depending on area of use.
Typical Use: Suitable for properly prepared mild steel substrates under alkyd and acrylic coatings and as a tie coat for antifouling systems.
Marine: Recommended for topside, deck and superstructure. As tie coat for antifouling systems.
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.
Roller: May be used for small areas. Not recommended for first primer coat. Care must be taken to achieve the specified dry film thickness.