Promain supply the complete range of paints specified by the Highways Agency, which are commonly known as Item numbers, these are paints that have been tested and approved for the Highways Agency providing them with a quality controlled range of products from manufactures such as PPG Sigma (formerly known as Ameron), Amercoat, Mebon and Mebopro. Other manufacturers such as Leigh’s Paints who have now been acquired by Sherwin Williams, 3M, Hempel, Jotun, and Dacrylate Paints, also offer a range of coatings that fit the Highways Agency criteria.
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A two component high solids MIO polyamine epoxy coating. Formerly Amercoat 4613. Highways Approved Item 112.
A 2 pack high build semigloss aliphatic acrylic polyurethane finish, Highways Approved Item No.169.
A two component epoxy for use as a primer or coating for steel and concrete structures. Highways Approved Item No. 116
For steel from PPG Sigma, Ameron. Highways Approved Item No.185.
A two component high solids glassflake reinforced polyamine adduct epoxy coating Highways Approved Item No.123
Primer for SikaCor Icosit 6630 System.
A two-pack polysiloxane topcoat with excellent gloss and colour retention. Network Rail/Railtrack approved. Highways Approved Item No. 185.
A high performance, fast drying, acrylic urethane exterior gloss with good colour retention. N9, M24, M34 and Item No.168. approved.
Transgard TG116 two pack epoxy undercoat for abraded surfaces. Highways Item 116.
A winterfast hi build undercoat formulated for low temperature curing down to 0°C.
A high solids 2 pack epoxy, pigmented with MIO (Micaceous Iron Oxide) certified under Highways Agency No112.
A high build, 2 pack epoxy, zinc phosphate primer buildcoat for the anti corrosive protection of carbon steel surfaces.
A high performance fast drying acrylic urethane semi-gloss finish for use where long term exterior colour retention is required. Highways Agency Item ...
An 2 pack epoxy zinc rich anti corrosive primer for the protection of steel surfaces.
A high solids, 2 pack epoxy containing micronised glass flake and anti corrosive pigments suitable for use on blast cleaned and cathodically protected...
A high solids 2 pack epoxy, pigmented with glass flakes and anti corrosives for use on steel. Network Rail Item 7.2.3. Highways Agency Item No.123
A self-primed, surface tolerant coating with low temperature curing properties, low VOC and high film build.
A two-component polyamide adduct cured, high build epoxy paint. BBA Cert No. 08/H135-PS6. Highways Approved Item No.111
A two-component, polyurethane topcoat, with good gloss and colour retention. BBA Cert No. 08/H135-PS13. Highways Approved Item No.169.
An intermediate or finishing coat epoxy system for use in atmospheric exposures. BBA Cert No.08/H135-PS7. Highways Approved Item No.112
A self-priming epoxy with good impact and abrasion resistance. BBA Cert. no. 08/H135-PS1. Highways Approved Item No.123.
Formerly Amercoat 450E, Amercoat 450S. A two pack PU Gloss Finish for steel. Item No.168. M24(XM92).
A hard wearing top coat for use in aggressive atmospheric exposure. Network Rail approved. Highways Approved Item No 168
A zinc phosphate pigmented 2 pack epoxy, temporary protective primer for steel surfaces. Highways Agency Item No.110
A two pack zinc phosphate, epoxy blast primer / sealer. Highways Approved Number Item No.110.
SigmaCover 690 LT (Aluprimer Winter Grade) for temperatures of 0°C up to +10°C.
An epoxy MIO surface tolerant epoxy protective system suitable for low temperature curing.
A two pack epoxy sealer pigmented with aluminium. Highways Approved Item 159.
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Sika produce a single pack paint known as Sikacore Icosit 6630 although this polyurethane single coat paint is suitable to be be applied to not only weathered but new galvanised steel is used for street furniture. Sikacore 6630 does not have an Item number but is still used for Highways applications, all of these paint coatings are available from Promain. Promain have been supplying paints to contractors for over 25 years and have produced specifications for many councils for their Lighting Columns, Traffic Lights, Railings, Bridges, Street Signs as well as other street furniture fittings such as benches.
The basic system implemented by the Highways Agency consists of degreasing then T Washing, only required if the substrate is new galvanised steel, then applying a zinc phosphate primer, an epoxy build coat followed by a polyurethane top coat in either a semi-gloss of gloss finish. There is a standard film thickness for each coat providing a total film thickness that will offer a life expectancy in excess of 10 years to first maintenance. For a longer lasting system there is a shop applied system based on an epoxy build coat followed by an Engineered Siloxane such as PPG PSX 700 offering a life expectancy of 25 years, this is the Highways Agency Item No.185.