DINITROL® 443 ZINC Paint & Primer – Product Information
The zinc spray ensures sparing dosage. Brief spraying is enough to achieve a protection film of 20 − 30 my.
In all bodywork tasks to improve damaged zinc layers, as a conductive intermediate layer for spot welding, as an undercoat for water and weather-susceptible systems, to cover drilled areas and welds. General corrosion protection for metal surfaces.
Method of Use:
Store the spray can at room temperature (16 − 20°C) before use and shake well (1 − 2 minutes)
until the mixing ball can be heard. The surface to be treated must be clean and free from oil and
grease. Spray in a cross coat at a distance of 25 − 30 cm. In order to prevent any blockages,
hold the can downwards after use and briefly spray pure gas. Suitable for varnishing with synthetic
- Zinc Spray can be sprayed with synthetic resin lacquers after approx. 20 − 30 minutes.
- If the synthetic resin lacquer is to be applied with a brush, wait 1 hour before proceeding.
Overcoat lacquering with aggressive lacquers:
- Zinc Spray can be treated with nitrocellulose, chloride rubber or other aggressive lacquers after approx. 1 hour. These lacquers are applied in fine coats.
- If the lacquers are to be applied with a brush, please wait 24 hours before proceeding.
- Synthetic resin thinner can be used as a cleaning agent.
- Colour: grey
- Base: Epoxy ester
- Density: 1.12 g/ml
- Flash point < – 20°C
- Flash point agent: 27°C
- Drying time: Touch dry at 20°C: 5 − 7 minutes / 30 µ
- Zinc content in dry film: ~ 90%
- Propellant: Propane/butane
- Yield: ~ 250 g/m² 30 µ dry film
- Storage: cool and dry
- Storage time: 24 months