A solvent free two component high build epoxy. For use above and below the waterline. An excellent osmosis protection or treatment which can be applied at, and will dry to, a very high film thickness. Can be a substitute for Light Primer where solvent emissions are a consideration. Do not thin.
Minimum Application Temperature : 5°c
Application Methods :
|Temp ||Touch Dry ||Recoat (min/max) || Tool Cleaner ||Coverage |
|10°c ||22-27 hrs ||18 hrs -11 Days ||Thinners No: 5 ||6.6m2/ltr |
|20°c ||10-12 hrs ||8 hrs - 5 Days ||Thinners No: 5 ||6.6m2/ltr |
Available Colours :
Preparation & Application
Wash with suitable detergent, followed by high pressure fresh water cleaning.
Glass fibre: The surface to be abraded to an even roughness (grinding paper, grit size 80-100). Remove dust.
Steel: Abrasive blasting to Sa 2½, ISO 8501-1:2007, surface profile corresponding to Rugotest No. 3, BN 11.
Use only where application and curing can proceed at temperatures above: 10°C/50°F. The temperature of paint itself should be 15°C/59°F or above. The surface must be completely clean and dry at the time of application and its temperature must be above the dew point to avoid condensation.
Glass fibre: For osmosis repair apply minimum 2 coats of 350 micron/14 mils dry film thickness each (for roller application minimum 4 coats of 150 micron/6 mils dry film thickness each). In case of preventive treatment apply minimum 1 x 350 micron/14 mils dry film thickness (for roller application minimum 2 coats of 150 micron/6 mils dry film thickness each).
Steel: minimum 3 coats of each 150 micron/6 mils dry film thickness.
For further information on technical and safety information please refer to files provided in the technical and safety tab above
The colour's shown should be used as a guide only due to the varying degrees in monitor colour management
For further help and information on what antifouling system to choose please refer to the Hemple antifoul guide in the technical and safety tab above