Tintable to a wide range of RAL and BS shades, this semi matt high build primer / finish is an ideal solution to protect metal and Plastisol cladding as well as structures such as Modular Buildings. This multi-functional product is designed for application directly onto cladding, and to provide good phosphate-based anti-corrosive protection for iron and steel, whilst being tolerant to application directly onto wood and over suitably prepared old paintwork.
Plastisol cladding has a leatherette finish, a cladding with a smooth surface may be PDVF, PDVF cladding requires the use of a PDVF primer before application of Centrecoat cladding paint. For further details, please contact our technical department.
This product is designed for application by airless and air-assisted airless spray using a 15-17 thou tip with 50° fan, as well as by conventional spray, brush and roller when thinned appropriately (which will not render the product non-compliant).
Centrecoat HB Anti-Corrosive Cladding Paint can be applied onto previously painted substrates, most types of metal cladding, iron, steel, wood and modular buildings. However, when repainting PVF2 cladding, a surface tolerant primer is required as a first coat to ensure adequate adhesion.
Apply only to clean, dry and suitably prepared surfaces. On old paintwork, remove all loose and flaky paint back to a firm edge. On all substrates, clean off any oil or greasy residues, dust, scale, rust, etc. The surfaces to be painted should then be lightly flatted, to give a smooth surface with an adequate key, before the application of this product. Coating adhesion and performance is in general proportional to the degree of surface preparation.
This product is supplied ‘ready for use’ airless spray application. If required, it should be thinned slightly. In hot weather, it may be necessary to add additional solvent to compensate for evaporated solvent. Normal thinning is unlikely to affect the compliant nature of this product. Do not apply or dry when air or surface temperature is below 5°C, above 30°C or in high humidity or where condensation is likely to occur (i.e. Surface temperature must always be a minimum of 3°C above dew point). Painting should only be carried out under good atmospheric conditions and clement weather.
Painting in direct sunlight can lead to a patchy appearance if the surface temperature is in excess of 30°C. Preparation, painting and drying should never be undertaken: when the air temperature falls below the minimum temperature for the coating, or during fog, mist, snow, or when rain is imminent, or when the surface to be painted is wet with condensation or when condensation may occur during the drying period.
|All colours are tinted with the exception of standard black
|Yes, to most RAL and BS Colours. Please note, bespoke tints are non refundable / exchangeable
|390.0g per Litre
|50 - 55%
|For application directly onto cladding, iron and steel, wood or old paintwork
|Brush, Roller, Air Atomised Spray or Airless Spray
|6.9m2 per litre
|Wet Film Thickness (WFT):
|77 - 185 microns
|Dry Film Thickness (DFT):
|80 - 100 microns (in 2 coats)
|1 hour 30 minutes at 20°C
|2 hours at 20°C
|1 week at 20°C
|Cleaner / Thinner:
|12 months when stored indoors, in original unopened containers, within the temperature range 10ºC to 32ºC. Mix thoroughly before use.
|Available in 5 Litres
Formulated for thinning and cleaning up alongside our Centrecoat HB Anti-Corrosive Cladding Paint.
A 2 pack epoxy adhesion and stabilising primer, formulated for the maintenance and repair of architectural cladding.