SOLACOAT MARINE Heat Reflective Paint was originally created to combat extreme temperatures on metal surfaces inn marine conditions.However it may also be used on normal exterior surfaces such as bricks, masonry, plaster, timber and metal and is especially suited to salty air in coastal areas.
Suitable: for external metal surfaces located in high salt air coastal environments, where moderation of temperature extremes is required. Can also be used externally or internally on masonry, brick, fibro cement and appropriately primed timber and metals.
Appearance: is a soft gloss.
Odour: very low odour.
VOC: not given
Durability: a long lasting tough flexible finish, with good resistance to mould and fungi and harsh salt air.
Surface Preparation: It is imperative that surfaces are clean and free from dirt, oil, grease and other contaminants.
is required on all bare substrates. Use WB primer
on metal surfaces and see Technical Data Sheet below for the appropriate primer for other substrates. Previously painted surfaces will need to be assessed to decide wether or not they need a primer.
Application: is by brush , roller or spray gun. Apply in dry conditions above 15 degrees C and below 30 degrees C.
Drying: is minimum 2 hours between coats in good drying conditions. Allow 7 days cure before scrubbing the surface.
Coverage: is approximately 8 - 14 sq.m/L per coat.
Coats: is two.