Rust-Oleum 2117 Galva Zinc-Alu is fast drying zinc rich primer/topcoat based on an epoxy ester resin. The product contains pure zinc and aluminium pigments and provides cathodic protection.
It should be used as a single coat in light industrial exposures, corrosive environments and high humidity areas. Suitable for use on damaged galvanized steel surfaces and is intended to be applied on small areas or for touch-up.
- Compromise between a protection and finish
- For new, bare, rust free metal or galvanised steel
- Resists 340 hours of salt spray testing (DIN)
- Heat-resistant up to 450 °C
- To handle after 1 hour (at 20°C)
|Appearance ||Sparkling Aluminium |
|Zinc ||80% |
|Aluminium ||10% |
|Tack Free ||20 / 30 minutes |
|To Handle ||60 minutes / 3 hours |
|Heat-resistant ||450°C / 100°C |
|VOC Level ||647g / Litre |
|Coverage ||1.2m² Per Spray Can |
|Maintenance Cycle ||Up to 3 Years |
|Number of Coats ||1 |
Surface Preparation: Remove dirt, grease, oil, loose rust and all other surface contaminants by appropriate means. The surface must be clean and dry during application.
Typical Use: Rust-oelum Zinc Aluminium Spray 2117 should be used on damaged galvanized steel surfaces. It is intended to be applied on small areas or for touch-up. Rust-oleum Zinc Aluminium Spray 2117 should be used as a single coat in light industrial exposures, corrosive environments and high humidity areas.
Application: For good results the relative humidity shall be below 85% and the temperature of the can and substrate above 0°C.
Remove cover cap. Shake vigorously for at least one minute after the rattle of mixing ball is heard. Shake frequently during use. Hold can approx. 25 cm from surface. Use back and forth motion keeping can parallel with surface. Ensure that can is in motion when spray button is pressed to avoid runs and sags. Apply a full, wet coat to achieve a close, dense coating film, avoid dry spray. After use turn can upside down and press spray button for 2 - 3 seconds to clean valve.