Zinga Aquazinga

Binder: Non Hazardous, Powder: UN3077 (Class: 9, Pk Grp: III)
Anti corrosion system designed to withstand severe conditions and high temperatures up to 600° C.
Available in 25 Kg in Matt Grey
From £540.00 £450.00
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Product Description

Zinga Aquazinga is a two pack, 100% water based, anti corrosion system designed to withstand severe conditions including high temperatures up to 600°C.

As a standalone system Aquazinga can be used an alternative to hot dip galvanising and metallisation and cures to a matt grey finish.

Best Uses

Typical uses include ballast tanks, turbine exhausts and high heat pipelines. Aquazinga can also be used as a primer underneath high heat paints. Aquazinga is highly resistant to abrasion, steam and hot gases and hydrocarbons. With a high tolerance to thermal or mechanical shock, this galvanising 100% water based system has a high level of conductivity and can be overcoated with a wide range of compatible sealers and topcoats.


It cannot be stressed strongly enough that the key to AquaZinga long service-life and high corrosion resistance is in the thorough preparation of the steel substrate to the correct specification.

Please always follow the appropriate Zinga UK specification in conjunction with the relevant Technical Data Sheets. The following information will give a general guide to the coating and its application.

For New Steel: Steam clean or high pressure wash down all surfaces. Allow to completely dry. Blast clean to a cleanliness standard of Sa 2.5.

Steel temperature must always be above 10° C. Relative humidity must be between 40% - 70%.

For Old Steel: The preparation and application technique is identical to that for new steel, but where old marine steelwork is being prepared the water-jetting must use water dosed with a low pH chloride remover. This is because the chloride ions are inside the surface of the steel and need to be removed both chemically and under pressure.

Aquazinga can be applied on a clean surface by brush and roller (small touch up or stripe coats) or conventional spray-gun but not by airless spraying. It is always recommended treating corners, sharp edges, bolts and nuts before applying a uniform coat. Stir the binder in its original can and pour the zinc powder progressively into the binder while mixing until a homogeneous mixture is obtained. It is recommended to filter the Aquazinga after mixing through a 150 μm (100 mesh) sieve. Must be stirred constantly. Do not dilute.

Technical Details


  • A standalone system alternative to hot dip galvanising
  • Works in constant temperatures up to 600°C
  • Highly resistant to abrasion, steam and other hot gases, hydrocarbons
  • Offers high tolerance to thermal shock and mechanical shock
  • A high level of conductivity
  • pH range of 5.5 to 12.5
  • Works in tandem with sacrificial anodes
  • Can be overcoated with a wide range of compatible sealers and topcoats

Technical Info

Components: Two Part
Type: Water Based on Inorganic Silicates
Finish: Matt
Stock Colours: Grey
Tintable: No
VOC Content: 0.0g per Litre
Volume Solids: 83%
Suitable Substrates: For suitably prepared ferrous metals
Application Method: Brush, Roller or Conventional Spray
Theoretical Coverage: 3.25 m2 per litre at 60 microns
Wet Film Thickness (WFT): -
Dry Film Thickness (DFT): 60 - 80 microns
Induction Time: -
Pot Life: 3 hours at 20°C
Touch Dry: 30 minutes at 20°C for 80 microns
Overcoatable: After 16 hours at 20°C for 80 microns
Fully Cured: 48 hours at 20°C for 80 microns
Cleaner / Thinner: None
Shelf Life: 12 months unopened
Packaging: Available in 25 Kg
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