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Dacrylate Paints Ltd.

Dacrylate Primers
Etch Primer

Etch Primer One-Pack

Reference No.: 78-Line

A single pack reinforced PVB with modified zinc phosphate inhibitive pigment providing good adhesion to steel and non-ferrous metals (eg. aluminium, zinc, galavanising). Also used as a blast/holding primer for steel and as a sealer for aluminium and zinc metal spray.

Colours available: White, Dark Grey, Light Grey, Black
Other colours to special order.
Appearance Of Dried Film: Smooth, low sheen
Volume Solids: 17% (may vary with colour)
Dry Film Thickness: Typical 15 microns / Range 10-25 microns
Theoretical Coverage: 11.3m² per litre at 15 microns
Drying Time At 20°C:
Touch Dry: 5-10 minutes
Film Dry:30 minutes
Overcoat: After 90 minutes
(will vary with temperature, air movements, etc.)
Packaging: 5 litre containers
Shelf Life: 6 months or longer in unopened containers when stored under cover in good storage conditions.
Storage: Under cover with temperature range of 5°C to 32°C.
Surface Preparation: Steel should be abrasive blast to BS:4232 Second Quality.
For manual cleaning chip, scrape and power wire brush to remove all loose millscale, rust and other surface contaminants. Decrease with Dacrylate Thinner R11.
Application: Airless Spray: Use a supplied. Tip size approximately 11 thou. Tip pressure 2000 psi. (Avoid excess film thickness with this spray method)
Convential Spray: Thin with up to 25% Dacrylate Thinner R11 to achieve optimum spray characteristics.
Dipping: Thin with Dacrylate Thinnner R38 as required to achieve uniform film build. (A wet film thickness of 90 microns is required to give a dry film thickness of 15 microns.)
Clean-up: Dacrylate Thinner R11
Health and Safety: For more information request relevant Material Safety Datasheet.

The above information is general information on the product but without warranty. Since conditions of service and application are beyond our control we cannot accept claims for loss, damage etc., based on this information. Dacrylate will not accept any claim for consequential or incidental damages.

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