Heat Resistant Aluminum Paint

Surface Preparation:

For optimum performance of this product applied on carefully prepared and primed substrate.

blast cleaning in the most effective method.

Recommended standard BS. 4232: 2nd Quality or Sa 21/2 Swedish Standard. Maximum profile 100 microns.

If this is not practical, full use to be made of mechanical tools along with hand wire-brushing, chipping and scraping to remove loose rust and scale back to a firm edge.

Remove all other contaminants, oil, grease etc. by use of solvent subsequently washed off with fresh water.

The surface to be clean and dry before priming. Washed off with fresh water, the surface to be cleaned and fry before painting.

 

Metal Aluminum Finish

Surface Preparation:

For optimum performance of this product it should be applied over a carefully prepared and primed substrate.

All rust and millscale must be removed. The most effective method is by blast cleaning either shot or grit.

Recommended standard BS. 4232: 2nd Quality or Sa 21/2 Swedish Standard. Maximum profile 100 microns.

If this is not practical, full use to be made of mechanical tools along with hand wire-brushing, chipping and scraping to remove loose rust and scale back to a firm edge. Excessive burnishing of steel to be avoided.

An acceptable standard of cleanliness would be Swedish scale SIS. 05.59.00 – Grade St. 2.

Remove all other contaminants, oil, grease etc. by use of solvent subsequently washed off with fresh water.

The surface to be clean and dry before priming.

When this of Product is to be used in a heat resisting capacity particularly on chimneys etc. It is most important that may scale left on the substrate is removed, otherwise this is likely to flake or burst off when the surface temperature rises above 100OC (212OF) and the metal expands. It is recommended therefore that grit blasting to BS. 4232:2nd  Quality be the method of preparation to remove such deposits coating.

Priming:

A number of Protective Primer can be adopted on contract requirements.

For all general structural steelwork, piping, ducting etc. apply 2 coat of either Royale Orange or Royale Brown Primer. These would normally be applied after fabrication and /or erection.

When  blast cleaning is employed, should a holding primer be required, apply one coat of Protective Royale Epoxy Primer to 25 micron.

When used in a heat resisting system, radiators, boiler fronts, pipe work, chimneys etc. it is recommended that 1 coat Royale Epoxy Primer before fabrication and 1 coat after fabrication plus finishing.

For Galvanized, Metal Sprayed or Aluminum surface, pre-treat with one coat of Protective. Wash Primer : one coat of  Royale Primer and two coat of Metal Finish.

Overcoating:

Metal Finish can be applied as a single coat over the above prepared and primed substrate.

Normally brush applied but the product can be conventionally or airless sprayed if required. Adequate drying time must be allowed for this product. The aluminum flake initially forms a film on the surface which can delay the through drying process of the paint.

 

Zinc Dust Graphite Paint

Surface Preparation:

 

For optimum performance of this product applied on carefully prepared and primed substrate. All rust & millscale must be removed making full use of mechanical tools along with hand wire-brushing, chipping & scrabing. Excessive burnishing of steel to be avoided.

Remove all other contaminants, oil, greases etc. by use of Solvent subsequently washed off with fresh water.

The surface should be cleaned & dry before application.

When this product is to be used in a heat resisting capacity, particularly on Chimneys etc. It is most important that any scale left on the substrate is removed, otherwise it is likely to flake or burst off when the surface temperature rises above 1000C (212OF) and metal expands.

Heat Resistant Paints