Priming enamel quick-drying rust
Sector: Paints a & Lacquers
Price: 4.43 BYN
Minimum Order: От 600 кг.
Terms of Delivery: FCA Lida
Full Product Information:Type: Primer enamel rust is a suspension of anticorrosive pigments and fillers in the synthetic resin with the addition of special additives and rust converter. Benefits: does not require any special preparation before painting metal, ie, first removing firmly bound with rusting metal; its structure contains a mixture of anti-corrosion pigments which effectively protect the metal surface from corrosion; by the effect of 3 to 1, instead of three layers different in kind and purpose materials (rust converter, primer and enamel) is applied to only one material that combines all the properties, as protective and decorative, that greatly simplifies the process of painting metal surfaces, saves time and money; a paint has good properties; dries quickly in nature, forms a high-quality matte finish; It exhibits excellent adhesion to the metal; coating is resistant to temperature fluctuations from -60 ° C to + 60 ° C, it does not lose its elasticity; It has excellent water resistance; It has a fairly low consumption with high opacity. Surface preparation: Before applying priming enamel on rust metal surface is cleaned from dust, dirt, oil, loose rust, scale, and peeling of the old coating, dedusted, degreased and thoroughly dried. On the prepared surface tolerance of tightly to keep rust and 100 microns (0.1 mm). When applying priming enamel on rust on the old surface must be cleaned to a matte surface. The boundaries between the cleaned surface portion and durable lacquer coating is polished to a smooth transition and cleaned from dust. If unknown type of old paint, it should be checked for compatibility (it is recommended to control staining of small surface area). In case of blistering or peeling of the old coating must be completely removed. Grunt - enamel on rust applied at temperatures from + 5 ° C to + 30 ° C and a relative humidity of 80%. Do not be painted during precipitation, as well as on wet and icy surfaces. To avoid moisture condensation substrate temperature should be above the dew point temperature of not less than 3 ° C. Coating application: Priming enamel on rust can also be applied by airless spray and brush with the original viscosity. Before applying priming enamel on rust thoroughly mixed, if necessary, filtered and applied to the prepared surface by air spray, airless spray or on small areas, brush. When applied by pneumatic spray priming enamel on rust diluted with solvent P-204 (TU BY 500021625.204), toluene (GOST 14710), orthoxylene (TU BY 300042199.015) or with solvent (GOST 10214) in an amount of up to 30% by weight of the priming enamel on rust, and when applied by airless spray and brush - not more than 5% of the mass of priming enamel on rust. The user makes the selection work independently of viscosity depending on the operating conditions (the ambient temperature in the room, the spray gun nozzle diameter, a compressed air operating pressure and other factors). In the case of storage at low temperatures priming enamel before application is kept in a warm room (to avoid condensation on the surface to be coated with color). Priming enamel on rust using as a primer for enamel based on modified alkyd resins, it is recommended to apply in 1-2 layers. When applying two layers of interlayer drying is 10 - 15 minutes at a temperature (20 ± 2) ° C. Enamel is recommended to apply no earlier than 2 hours drying priming enamel on rust at a temperature (20 ± 2) ° C and relative humidity (65 ± 5)%. For long term storage of metal designs, stained bedding - enamel on rust before applying the enamel surface should remove salt products chalking and other contamination by washing with clean fresh water at high pressure and dry the coated surface. As a self-priming enamel coating for rust recommended to put at least 3 layers with interlayer drying 10 - 15 minutes at a temperature (20 ± 2) ° C. Drying time to degree 3 at a temperature (20 ± 2) ° C and relative humidity (65 ± 5)% of the coating, consisting of three layers of priming enamel on rust, it is not less than 6 hours. At lower temperatures and higher relative humidity of the drying time increases. The thickness of the dried coating monolayer should be at least 30 microns. The number of coats of priming enamel on rust is dependent on the equipment used, the application of technology, staff development and other factors, but the thickness of the coating should not be smaller than the thickness recommended by the manufacturer.