WaterFine Acrylic Primer is a one-pack anti-corrosive primer based on an acrylic emulsion. As primer on steel, galvanised steel and aluminium above waterline. The product is quick drying and give good corrosion protection in mildly to moderate corrosive environments. May be over-coated with water borne acrylics, solvent borne acrylics, alkyds, epoxies and polyurethane paints.
- Can be used as primer or mid coat in atmospheric environments.
- Suitable for properly prepared carbon steel, stainless steel, aluminium, galvanised steel, shopprimed steel, concrete and a range of aged coating surfaces.
- One component physically drying waterborne acrylic coating.
|Application Method ||Airless / Conventional Spray, Brush or Roller |
|Surfaces ||Marine - Accommodation, Engine Room, Topside, Superstructure |
|VOC Level ||43g / Litre |
|Coverage ||2.3m² / Litre |
|Dry Touch ||40 Minutes @ 10°C / 15 Minutes @ 40°C |
|Over-Coating ||2 Hours 3 Minutes @ 10°C / 1 Hour @ 40°C |
|Maintenance Cycle ||2 Years |
|Thinning & Cleaning ||Water |
|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. Contact us for more information.
Other surfaces: For aluminium and galvanised surface; cleaning with an alkaline detergent solution.
The coating may be used on other substrates. Please contact us for more information.
Marine: Recommended for accommodation, engine room, topside and superstructure.
Protective: Suitable for a wide range of industrial structures.
Spray: Use airless spray or conventional spray (thin 5-10 % with fresh clean water).
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.