PRODUCT DATA SHEET
S E L E C T I O N & S P E C I F I C AT I O N D ATA
Generic Type Cycloaliphatic Amine Epoxy
High solids corrosion resistant primer and intermediate. Used either as a primer or an intermediate
coat over steel and inorganic zinc primers. Can be topcoated with a broad variety of high
performance finish coats.
• Excellent corrosion protection
• Excellent film build and edge protection
• Used as a primer or an intermediate coating
• Good abrasion resistance
• Cures down to 40°F (4°C)
• VOC compliant to current AIM regulations
Color Gray (0700); Yellow (0600): White (0800)
Primer Self-priming. May be applied over organic and inorganic zinc rich primers. A mist coat may be
required to minimize bubbling over zinc rich primers.
Dry Film Thickness
3 mils (76 microns) per coat
4 – 6 mils (102 – 152 microns) per coat
3 – 6 mils (76 – 150 microns) for mild environments and as an intermediate coat over zinc rich
4-6 mils (102-152 microns) for more severe environments.
Do not exceed 10.0 mils (250 microns) in a single coat. Excessive film thickness over inorganic
zincs may increase damage during shipping or erection.
Solids Content By Volume 77% +/- 2%
1235 ft²/gal at 1.0 mils (30.3 m²/l at 25 microns)
412 ft²/gal at 3.0 mils (10.1 m²/l at 75 microns)
206 ft²/gal at 6.0 mils (5.1 m²/l at 150 microns)
Allow for loss in mixing and application.
As Supplied : 1.6 lbs/gal (195 g/l)
Thinner 2 : 16 oz/gal = 2.2 lbs/gal (261 g/l)
Thinner 230 : 13 oz/gal = 2.1 lbs/gal (252 g/l)
Thinner 33 : 32 oz/gal = 2.7 lbs/gal (329 g/l)
These are nominal values and may vary slightly with color. *Maximum thinning for 250 g/l restricted
areas is 12 oz/gal with Thinner 2, and 11 oz/gal with Thinner 33 or 230. Use Thinner 76 where nonphotochemically reactive solvents are required (up to 11 oz/gal)
Dry Temp. Resistance
Continuous: 200°F (93°C)
Non-Continuous: 250°F (121°C)
Discoloration and loss of gloss is observed above 200°F (93°C).
Limitations Epoxies may lose gloss, discolor and chalk when exposed to sunlight.
Not recommended for immersion service.
Topcoats May be coated with Acrylics, Epoxies, Alkyds, or Polyurethanes depending on exposure and need