EPS Etchpro Primer Surfacer
EtchPro Primer Surfacer (EPS) is a single pack, epoxy resin based etching primer with excellent adhesion to a large number of metal surfaces including mild steel, zinc plated steel, zincanneal, aluminium, chrome, galvanized iron, brass, copper, stainless steel, lead and alloys. It can be used as a low film build conventional etching primer or as a metal primer at higher film builds.
The EPS binder is formulated on the technology of the very well established EtchPro Primer. This provides the same primer performance with the added benefit of mixing in a wide range of colours utilizing the SELEMIX® System tinters.
SLX Self-Levelling Epoxy Primer
For production efficiency, combined with an outstanding final finish, SLX Self-Levelling Epoxy Primer ticks absolutely all the boxes. Featuring a free-flowing, self-levelling formulation, this next generation primer produces a superb finish that requires no sanding whatsoever, thus saving valuable labour cost and production time.
ZPH Zinc Phosphate High Alkyd Solids Primer
This alkyd resin-based, high build, anti-corrosion primer from Commercial Performance Coatings. As well as featuring quick drying and excellent durability, it has been specifically designed to be used in high productivity ‘Wet-On-Wet’ mode. As a result, when overcoated within one hour in Wet-On-Wet mode, absolutely no sanding is required in order to achieve excellent topcoat adhesion and gloss holdout, thus saving significant labour cost and production time.
Not only is it fine to be overcoated with either a one-pack or a two-pack topcoat product, it has the added bonus of being tintable. By utilising the SELEMIX® universal tinter system, 1K Zinc Phosphate High Build Primer can easily be mixed in a colour which is sympathetic to the topcoat, thus providing an effective groundcoat that helps achieve quicker topcoat colour coverage, while also reducing topcoat material usage. In addition, the option of using a ‘normal’ or ‘slow’ reducer provides application flexibility when faced with higher application temperatures or for larger jobs.