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Dy-Mark

Dy-Mark 400g Black Zinc Spray Paint

3.7 (6)

I/N: 8903165

3.7 (6)

I/N: 8903165

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Features

  • Anti-corrosive coating
  • Sating black finish
  • Fast dry
Dy-Mark MetalPro Black Zinc is a fast drying, durable epoxy based metallic zinc coating which provides excellent adhesion and corrosion resistance to metal surfaces.

It can be used as an anti-corrosive primer and top coat in a one-step application. It can also be used as a touch-up coating for welded areas on galvanised products however for longer-term protection and highly corrosive conditions Dy-Mark MetalPro Zinc Gal primer is recommended before the application of Dy-Mark MetalPro Black Zinc as a finish coat.

Details

Dimensions

 

Width

Height

Length

Product

110mm135mm110mm

Package

215mm255mm29mm

Weight

Easy To Carry

Total Weight 0.4kg

Specifications

Colour
Black
Model Name
Black Zinc
Model Number
39054018
Material
Paint
Application Method
Aerosol Spray
Time Before Recoating (mins)
60
Minimum Temperature for Use
10
Recommended Surfaces
Steel, wrought iron, galvanised iron and non-ferrous metals such as; aluminium, alloys, Zincalume® and stainless steel with appropriate primer.
Coverage Area (m2/L)
2.5
Cleanup
Prevent blocking by holding the can upside down and spraying until only clear gas escapes. Also wipe spray tip of nozzle clean. Clean up wet paint with Mineral Turps or Xylene or General Purpose Thinner.
Container Size (L)
4
Tintable (Yes/No)
No
Sheen
Satin

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Returns

We will gladly assist with returns and exchanges of this product in accordance with our returns and exchanges policy.

Installation

Surface should be clean, dry and free from contaminants such as rust, oil, grease, dirt and salt. Welds should be ground back to clean white metal. Thoroughly sand new metal and lightly sand previously painted surfaces to ensure maximum adhesion. Remove loose rust and flaking paint with a wire brush, scraper or mechanical sander. For best results, always remove rust back to bare metal.

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