The advanced system includes the Quick Dry Metal Primer and Quick Dry Steel & Cladding Topcoat to form part of the brand’s Performance Coatings range.
It has been specifically formulated to provide up to eight years anti-corrosive protection for metal and profile claddings.
The Quick Dry Metal Primer offers corrosion protection, enhanced with its high performance adhesion to all surfaces.
It has been developed for use over both ferrous and non-ferrous metals – including galvanised metal – without the use of a mordant solution or T-wash.
It has been designed to perform best overrated with the Quick Dry Steel & Cladding Topcoat.
The Topcoat’s water-based formulation means that is safer for application by spray, meaning it can be applied readily over large areas.
Whilst ideal for external application, it contains low odour properties which mean it can be used within internal areas.
The system has been developed for use for new, weathered or pre-painted metal and plastisol cladding.
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