A Single pack high-build coating
with exceptional film build and sag resistance, specially formulated
for application by airless spray, so that dry films of 150 microns
(6 Mils) can be achieved. Chlorinated Rubber Thick coating gives excellent
protection against moisture; salt spray and aggressive chemical conditions.
It has no recoating limitations and can be used with or without gloss
PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF WET PAINT
dioxide, zinc chromate, mineral Extenders
Plasticised chlorinated rubber
gravity of paint
OF DRY FILM :
time of Standard thickness
8 hours, by brush 24 hours
270-400 microns (11-16 Mils)
150 microns ( 4-6 Mils)
coverage on smooth 7.55 - 12.1 m2/1 Surface
M2 /litre (13-19.6 sq.yds/Imp.gall Or 1.72-2.58 M2 /kg.
Chlorinated rubber coating have poor resistance to
oil land solvents. Heat resistance is Poor. Do not apply to surfaces
which exceed 65ºC. Not suitable for self weathering.
Excepting small areas Use Chlorinated Rubber Thick Coating (Brushing)
Excepting small areas
Ready for use
Chlorinated Rubber Thickcoating has poor
resistance to solvents and oils. Heat resistance is Poor. Do not apply
to surfaces which exceed 65ºC.
The surface must be free from grease, oil
millscale, rust and any form of loose debris or contamination. The
choice of primer will depend on the condition of the surface and the
PAINT SYSTEMS A NEW WORK
maximum resistance to direct chemical environment. Blast clean
to SA 2½, BS 4232 second quality or SSPC SP 10. 1 coat
Epoxy Protective Primer or Zinc Rick Epoxy Primer. 1or 2 coats
Chlorinated Rubber Thick Coat 1or 2 coats Chlorinated Rubber
2 For maximum resistance in areas NOT subject to direct chemical
attack blast clean To SA 2½ 1 coat Zinc Galv 6 or Zinc
Rich Epoxy Primer 1 or 2 coats Chlorinated Rubber Thickcoat.
1 coat Chlorinated Rubber Gloss Finish
3 For general use Blast clean to SA 2 or wire brush or hand
clean to ST 3 1 coat Chlorinated Rubber Metal Primer 1 or
2 coats Chlorinated Rubber Thickcoat 1 coat Chlorinated Rubber
Gloss Finish\ *Where a specific colour is not required, the
gloss finish can be omitted. Galvanised Steel and Aluminium
Any galvanisers pretreatment must be removed with solvent
and abrasion. Apply 1 coat Etch Primer-followed by C/R Metal
Primer and the specified C/R Thickcoat and Finish systems.
Timber surfaces must
be perfectly dry. The percentage of moisture must be under 15,
and prefereably under 10%. Surfaces which are high in moisture
can cause blistering. The first coat of C/R Thickcoat should
be thinned 20% with Chlorinated Rubber Thinner, or Xylol, to
aid penetration and improve adhesion.
Follow the procedure
given under Wood and Hardboard. Surfaces which have been aged
and soiled should be throughout cleaned and acid etched before
the first primer coat.
PREVIOUSLY PAINTED SURFACES
May be applied over previously painted
surfaces provided paint is hard, in good condition, clean and firmly
adhering when over coated. prime and bring forward any bare patches
as appropriate to the surface type. Conventional alkyd based system
should be checked for lifting before over coating.
The above is given in good faith but without