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Feronite Rusty Metal Primer

Instructions

Instructions

Feronite Rusty Metal Primer
Use Feronite Rusty Metal Primer unless service temperatures will exceed 70ºC.

Planning.

  1. Coverage is 7 to 10 square metres per litre depending on the rust thickness.

  2. Shelf life is approximately 12 months at 20ºC.  Avoid storage above 30ºC.

Preparation

  1. Remove oil or grease with solvent and then detergent and water.

  2. Remove loose or flaky rust and paint by scraper, wire brush or wet sand blast.

  3. Wash surface with clean water and leave damp.

  4. An ideal surface has an overall covering of firmly attached rust.

Application

  1. Mix Feronite Rusty Metal Primer thoroughly by shaking or stiring.  Up to 10% water may be added if thinning is desired.

  2. Only pour out as much Feronite Rusty Metal Primer as needed for the job. Do not return promer to the bottle to avoid contamination with rust particles.

  3. Apply Feronite Rusty Metal Primer onto a dampened surface preferably with a stiff bristle brush to assist penetration.  May also be applied by spray, roller or immersion.

  4. Re wet the surface with a fine light spray of water after 10-20 minutes, especially if the surface is drying quickly or in warm weather.

  5. Surface turns blue black as Feronite Rusty Metal Primer reacts with the surface rust.  Reaction is completed in 3 to 4 hours.

  6. For best results apply a second light coat of Feronite Rusty Metal Primer when the first coat is just touch dry.

  7. If any rust is still visible on a heavily rusted surface, abrade the promed surface, wash down and re-apply Feronite Rusty Metal Primer.

Finishing

  1. Feronite Rusty Metal Primer may be top coated after only 2 to 4 hours drying time.

  2. Feronite Rusty Metal Primer will protect the surface for up to 12 months before painting and it is compatible with all paints.

  3. Apply paint directly to Feronite Rusty Metal Primer.  For best results, two coats of oil based paint are recommended.  Some acrylic paints are usnsuitable for steel.

  4. Clean up equipment with water.

Bote-Cote Marine Epoxy      Boatcraft Pacific Pty. Ltd.
;14 Dulwich St., Loganholme. Queensland 4129 Ph 07 3806 1944

Instructions

Feronite Rust Converter
Best for when service temperatures exceed 70ºC

Planning.

  1. Suitable for hot surfaces to 250ºC.

  2. Coverage is 10 to 15 square metres per litre depending on the rust thickness.

  3. Shelf life is unlimited.

Preparation

  1. Remove oil or grease with solvent and then detergent and water.

  2. Remove loose or flaky rust and paint by scraper, wire brush or wet sand blast.

  3. Wash surface with clean water and leave damp.

  4. An ideal surface has an overall covering of firmly attached rust.

Application

  1. Mix Feronite Rust Converter thoroughly by shaking or stiring.  Up to 10% water may be added if thinning is desired.

  2. Apply Feronite  Rust Converter onto a dampened surface preferably with a stiff bristle brush to assist penetration.  May also be applied by spray, roller or immersion.

  3. Re-wet the surface with a fine light spray of water after 1/2-1 hour, especially if the surface is drying quickly or in warm weather.

  4. Surface turns blue black as Feronite  Rust Converter reacts with the surface rust.  Allow 24 hours for the reaaction to be completed.

  5. On heavy rust, if any rust is still visible, wash down and repeat the Feronite Rust Converter treatment.

Finishing

  1. Feronite  Rust Converter will protect the surface for up to 12 weeks before painting.

  2. Remove any residual black dust by wiping with a wet cloth or by hosing.

  3. Allow surface to dry thoroughly.

  4. Apply first paint coat of zinc chromate or zinc phosphate or equivalent metal primer, followed by undercoat and top coat.

  5. Clean up equipment with water.

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Bote-Cote Marine Epoxy      Boatcraft Pacific Pty. Ltd.
;14 Dulwich St., Loganholme. Queensland 4129 Ph 07 3806 1944