A pigmented black low viscosity solution formulated based on chlorinated rubber and plasticizer. It is highly penetrative and has good adhesion to most surface. Synthetic primer for cold application is completely compatible with bitumen as well as coal tar enamel coatings. Synthetic primer for cold application comply to BS4147: 1980 Type B and BS4164: 1987
 
 

Characteristic

Limits

Test Methods

Min

Max

Characteristic of  Synthetic Primer
Flow time ( 4mm flow cup ) at  23°C, sec
35

60

BS3900 : Part A6 
Flash point ( Abel close cup ) min., °C

23

-

BS2000 : Part 170
Volatile matter, (105°C to 110°C)
% loss by mass, max.

-

75

BS4147 / BS4164: Appendix A 
 

APPLICATION  
The surface must be clean, dry and free of oil and grease. A thin coat is applied by brush or spray. Synthetic primers should not be app;ied when temperature of pipe surface is above 60°C (140°F ). No thinning is required as it is supplied ready for use.

HANDLING
All primer not is use should be kept in closed containers and care should be taken to avoid excessie loss of solvent which may lead to thickening of the primer. 

STORAGE  
Store in tightly closed containers under cover and in accordance with the highly flammable liquids regulations, away from sources of heat and ignition.
Shelf life up to one year in original sealed containers at temperatures not exceeding 30°C.

PACKING  
In steel drum of 210 litres.

 

NOTE:  Catalogue, Test Report and Material Safety Data Sheet will be given upon request.

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