Rust-Oleum Noxyde is a single pack, water based, rust preventative elastomeric coating. It provides unrivaled rust and waterproofing, heavy duty metal protection.
- 200% elasticity
- Minimal surface preparation
- Protects against abrasion and impact
- Excellent for overcoating existing coatings
- Resists long-term UV degradation
- Eliminates the need for multiple products
- Waterbased formula
- Optimised for spray application
- New, bar, blasted or galvanized steel
|Application Method ||Spray, Brush or Roller |
|VOC Level ||15g / Litre |
|Coverage ||200-300g/m² |
|Touch Dry ||1 Hour 30 Minutes @ 20°C |
|Over-Coating ||24 Hours @ 20°C |
|Maintenance Cycle ||4 Years |
|Thinning & Cleaning ||Water |
|Number of Coats ||2 |
The substrate has to be dust free and made rust free by means of sandblasting (Sa2, St2) or high pressure water jetting (min. 600 bars). After jetting, the substrate has to be dust free.
On new galvanised surfaces, new zinc, aluminium, stainless steel, apply first a coat of Galvaprim or Pegalink.
On ferrous substrates, apply Noxyde in red or grey as the first coat. In all instances apply contrasting Noxyde colours for subsequent layers.
Typical Paint System
Noxyde 2 x 300 Grams/m²
Can be overcoated for cosmetic reasons with Metal Cladding Topcoat
1 x45μm (Dry Film Thickness)
Typical Use: On iron, steel, special alloys, galvanised and metallised iron and steel, aluminium, copper, zinc, lead, etc. as rust prevention or waterproofing.
Diluted with 25% water as an adhesion primer coat on slightly or non porous substrates such as glass, smooth bricks and concrete, ceramics, tiles, etc.
Application: Temperature between 8 and 55°C / Air humidity max. 80% R.H.
Brush: Undiluted as a rust preventive paint. Diluted with approximately 25% water as an adhesion primer (consumption about 100 g/m²).
Roller: Undiluted as a rust preventive paint. Diluted with approximately 25% water as an adhesion primer (consumption about 100 g/m²).
Airless spray: Undiluted. Nozzle: 13 - 17 / Pressure: min. 170 bars. Nozzle and pressure can vary depending on the type of substrate, equipment and the experience of the applicator.