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As a primer for steelwork intended for use in a wide range of environmental conditions including offshore, chemical and petrochemical plants, industrial buildings, pulp and paper mills, power plants and bridges. Suitable for overcoating within 7 hours in most climatic conditions hence speeding up production and throughput in fabrication shops.
Provides quick cure even at low temperatures often encountered in maintenance painting. Varnish Hybrid Water base. Press and move to zoom. Mouse over image to zoom. Be the first to write a review for this product! Surface preparation All surfaces to be coated should be clean, dry and free from interxure.
Prior to paint application, all surfaces should be assessed and treated in accordance with ISO If oxidation has occurred between blasting and application of Intercure HS the surface should be reblasted to the specified visual standard.
Surface defects revealed by the blast cleaning process inteecure be ground, filled, or treated in the appropriate manner. Intercure HS is suitable for application to blast cleaned surfaces which were initially to the above standard but have been allowed to deteriorate under good shop conditions for up intercude days. The surface may deteriorate to Sa2 standard but must be free from loose powdery deposits.
International Intercure HS – Rawlins Paints
If the shop primer shows extensive or widely scattered breakdown overall sweep blasting maybe necessary. Systems compatibility Intercure HS will normally be applied to suitably prepared steel, e. However, if necessary, application over prefabrication blast primers can be performed. Always mix a complete unit in the proportions supplied. Once the unit has been mixed, it must be used within the working pot life specified. GTA Do not thin more than allowed by local environmental legislation Mix ratio: It inteercure good working practice to periodically flush out spray equipment during the course of the working day.
Frequency of cleaning will depend upon amount sprayed, temperature and elapsed intdrcure, including any delays. Work stoppages Do not allow material to remain in hoses, gun or spray equipment. Thoroughly flush all equipment with International GTA Once units of paint have been mixed they should not be resealed and it is advised that after prolonged stoppages work recommences with freshly mixed units.
International Intercure 200HS
Warning Intercure HS is preferred for use with systems for chemical environments where zinc based materials can be subject to attack in both acidic and alkaline conditions. Over-application should be avoided as thick films will not be as good a substrate for topcoat adhesion after ageing as those at 20 specified thickness. This product must only be thinned using recommended International GTA thinners.
The use of alternative thinners, particularly those containing ketones, can severely inhibit the curing mechanism of the coating. At low temperatures, it may be necessary to thin Intercure HS to enable airless apray application to be performed.
Interrcure product is not available in pale and pastel shades due to a tendency to discolour rapidly. Additionally, in common with all epoxies Intercure HS will chalk on exterior exposure. However, these phenomena are not detrimental to anti-corrosive performance.
Intercure HS is not intended for use as a primer for steelwork which may be subjected to continuous immersion conditions. Intercure HS can also be used as a primer for substrates other than blasted steel, e.
Consult International Protective Coatings for further details. Absolute measured adhesion of topcoats to aged Intercure Hd is less than that to fresh material, however, it is adequate for the specified end use. Over-application of Intercure HS will extend both the minimum overcoating periods and handling times, and may be detrimental to long term overcoating properties.
Excessive over application of material on areas such as poorly prepared welds may result in long term stress cracking and so early failure. VOC values are typical and are provided for guidance purpose only. These may be subject to variation depending on factors such as differences in color and normal manufacturing tolerances. Low molecular weight reactive additives, which will form part intetcure the film during normal ambient cure conditions, will also effect VOC values determined using EPA Method