Rust-Oleum 333 Super Adhesive Primer is a two pack, water based primer with low odour.
- Water based
- Low material usage - saves money
- Water based polyamine epoxy adhesion primer
- Perfect bond without blasting or etching
- Can be overcoated with virtually any other paint or coating
- Resists light to moderate abrasion
- Resists Intermittent high humidity and moisture
It is designed for excellent adhesion on all smooth and dense substrates like tiles or power floated concrete; non-ferrous metals like stainless steel, aluminium or new hot-dip galvanized steel and thermosetting plastics like fibreglass-reinforced polyester or epoxy.
|Application Method ||Spray, Brush or Roller |
|VOC Level ||8g / Litre |
|Coverage ||41.2m² / Litre |
|Touch Dry ||6 Hours @ 20°C |
|Over-Coating ||16 Hours+ @ 20°C |
|Pot life @ 20°C ||2 Hours |
|Maintenance Cycle ||3 Years |
|Thinning & Cleaning ||Water |
|Number of Coats ||2 |
Remove grease, oil and all other surface contaminations with RUST-OLEUM FK 111 Fungicidal Cleaning Solution or by alkaline or high pressure (steam) cleaning. New concrete should cure and dry for at least 30 days prior to the application of the coatings. The surface must be clean and may be slightly damp during application.
Typical Paint System
3333 Super Adhesive 1 x 15 μm (Dry Film Thickness) 3333 can be recoated with most Epoxy, Polyurethane and acrylic coatings.
Typical Use: Rust-oleum Super Adhesive 3333 should be used on non-porous, dense mineral substrates like tiles or power floated concrete; non-ferrous metals like stainless steel, aluminium or new hot-dip galvanized steel and thermosetting plastics like fibreglass-reinforced polyester or epoxy.
Rust-Oleum 333 Super Adhesive Primer resists light to moderate abrasion, intermittent high humidity and moisture, regular chemical cleaning and spillage of chemicals if recoated with the appropriate Rust-Oleum System.
Rust-Oleum 333 Super Adhesive Primer can be recoated with practically all RUSTOLEUM Epoxy, Polyurethane, Chlorinated Rubber/Vinyl and Acrylic coating can be recoated with practically all Rust-Oleum Epoxy, Polyurethane, Chlorinated Rubber/Vinyl and Acrylic coatings.
Application: Brush: 5 up to 10 vol. % with water. Use brushes based on a mixture of synthetic/natural bristles. Check wet film thickness, avoid excessive film thickness. Roller: 10 up to 20 vol. % with water. Use short nap (4-6 mm) mohair or velvet brush rollers. Check wet film thickness, avoid excessive film thickness.
Air-atomised spray: Up to 20 vol. % with water. spray: Gravity cup and pressure cup. Tip size: 1.2 -2.0 mm.
Atomizing pressure: 2 - 4 bar. Check wet film thickness, avoid excessive film thickness.
Cleanup: Immediately after application with (hot) water and soap. If the coating Preferably use disposable brushes and/or rollers