ViterCoat GF Two Pack Epoxy Primer For the ACE Market

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ViterCoat GF Primer is an economical two pack epoxy primer designed for the ACE market.

Fast air drying or force drying with good corrosion resistance.

Excellent adhesion to degreased mild steel, blast cleaned steel or phosphated steel

Used for the high performance coating of stone crushing, agricultural, construction and earth moving equipment.

Semi-Matt finish

£53.03 (excl VAT)
£63.63 (incl VAT)
£53.03 (tax excl.)
Size
  • 5L
Finish
  • Semi-Matt
Colour
  • Black
  • Grey
  • Buff
Description

About ViterCoat GF Two Pack Epoxy Primer For the ACE Market

ViterCoat GF Primer is an economical two pack epoxy primer formulated for the ACE market.

  • Fast air drying or force drying with good corrosion resistance.
  • Suitable for application by airless or conventional spray.
  • Excellent adhesion to thoroughly degreased mild steel, blast cleaned steel or phosphated steel
  • Used for the high performance coating of stone crushing, agricultural, construction and earth moving equipment. 

Preparation

Surfaces to be coated must be clean, dry and free from any material such as oil, grease, salts and dirt that might affect adhesion.

Remove loose flaking or friable material. 

Where necessary, remove weld spatter and grind smooth all rough,sharp edges and weld seams.

Galvanised steel

Thoroughly degrease with Cleaner Degreaser (Product Reference H30 or ND14) and lightly abrade any very shiny areas. 

Mild Steel 

Degrease with a Cleaner Degreaser (Product Reference H30 or ND14) and either manually abrade or blast clean to Sa2½ (ISO 8501-1:2007)

If blast cleaning is not possible, phosphating is recommended for cold rolled steel to improve adhesion.

Phosphate Steel 

Degrease with Cleaner Degreaser (Product Reference H30 or ND14) and manually abrade prior to application of the Primer Coat

Stainless Steel

Degrease with Cleaner Degreaser (Product Reference H30 or ND14) and manually abrade. 

Aluminium and Alloys

Degrease with Cleaner Degreaser (Product Reference H30 or ND14) and manually abrade. 

The temperature of the ambient air, surface or paint should not fall below 5ºC during application or drying.

Application Conditions

Relative humidity should not exceed 80%. 

The surface temperature of the steel should remain at least 3ºC above the dew point.

Cold damp conditions will impair drying times and the final finish.

Recommended Finish Coats

Overcoat with Epoxy and Polyurethane finishes

Recommended Thinners 

1728 Thinners

Coverage Rates

Recommended Film weight:Minimum WFT 60µm Maximum 107µm

Theoretical coverage rate: 9.3-16.8m² per litre

Application Meth

ViterCoat GF Primer can be applied by the following methods.

Airless Spray: Yes

Conventional Spray: Yes

Brush: Yes 

Roller: Yes

Mix Ratio: 2 to 3.5 Parts base :1 Part hardener

Pot life: 4 hours at 23ºC

Application Guidance 

Airless Spray

Output fluid pressure at tip 2000-3000psi, 

Tip Size 11-13 thou  

Thinning with 1728 (Note, thinning will reduce the film weight)

Brush / Roller 

Recommended for small areas and touch up. Thin as appropriate to achieve a smooth film flow.

Please note: application by brush and roller will result in a reduced film thickness and is recommended only for small areas of touch up/remedial work

Drying times at a WFT at 107µm and 23ºC 

Dust Dry: 1-2h 

Recoatable:  15-20 minutes 'wet on wet'

Hard Dry: 24h 

Cleaning Tools and Equipment

Clean equipment with 1728 Thinner after use

% Volume Solids :42%

VOC content : 491g-532g / litre

Safe use

This product is formulated for professional use. 

Please ensure suitable and appropriate personal protective equipment is worn during handling and application.

For more detail please consult the Product Datasheet.

Please contact us for the Health and Safety Datasheet.

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