Teamac
Metaclor Underwater Primer Grey 2.5L

BN5314J
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A chlorinated rubber primer for use above and below the waterline. Suitable for use on steel, wood and GRP.
Metaclor Underwater Primer Grey
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In detail

Teamac Metaclor Underwater Primer is a chlorinated rubber primer for use on steel, wood and glass-fibre reinforced plastics. Can be used below the water line on suitably prepared surfaces.

Recoatable in a minimum of 8 hours with approximate coverage of up to 10sq/m per litre. Suitable for application by brush or airless spray.

Size
2.5L 
Application Methods
Airless Spray, Brush
Coverage
Up to 10sq/m per litre 
VOC level
High 
Thinning
Teamac Thinners 16 
Touch dry
Up to 1 hour 
Recoatable
4-8 hours 
Suitable for...
Exterior use 
Colour
Grey 
Finish
Matt 
Cleanup
Teamac Thinners 16 
Base
Oil 

Available colours

Teamac Metaclor Underwater Primer Grey is available in 1 colours from the Teamac Colour Cards.

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    Always ask your client to try their colour choice on the wall first. Colour cards and emulsion sample pots are available at your local Brewers or at designerpaint.com

    Additional information

    Surface Preparation

    Ensure all surfaces are clean, dry and free from grease, oil and any other contaminants.

    Bare steel should be free from dust, rust and scale. Blast cleaning to SA 2½ is recommended. If blast cleaning is impractical, mechanical cleaning should be employed but hand cleaning does not clean the steel to the required degree. Any oil or grease should be removed with solvent before de-rusting. Where blast cleaning is carried out after assembly, special attention must be paid to edges, corners, nuts, bolts welds, etc. Welds should, if necessary be ground and all weld spatter, slag etc. must be removed.

    Existing painted surfaces - Surfaces should be cleaned, degreased and sanded to ensure an adequate "key" is produced. Remove all loose and flaking material and treat bare areas as new substrate and prepare accordingly. Apply to small test area first to ensure no reaction with conventional paints.

    Maintenance: Remove all marine growth, oil and grease. High pressure wash with fresh water. Remove all loose coating and power tool clean areas of breakdown. Bare areas should be spot primed to full film thickness prior to application of full coat.

    Application

    • Mix well before use.
    • In confined spaces, provide adequate ventilation during application and drying.