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ePaint EP-1000 is an epoxy primer designed for immersion service on boat hulls and parts that are below the water line. This product is recommended as a corrosion inhibiting protective barrier coating for metal surfaces. EP-1000 cures at low temperatures and has a low VOC content. This is a two part high build epoxy primer that provides superior corrosion resistance. EP-1000 is designed to be used before applying ePaint antifouling paint products.
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Surfaces must be clean, dry, free of oil, grease, release agents, and curing compounds and must be structurally sound. Remove all loose and flaking paint and rust. All direct to metal coatings offer maximum performance over blasted surfaces. The standard for immersion service is SSPC-SP3 (SSI-St3).
Coating Type - 2 Part Epoxy Primer
Mixing Ratio - 4:1 by volume
Induction Time - 15 minutes at 77 def F (25 deg C) at 50 percent R.H.
Thinner - Not recommended
Pot Life - 5 hours at 70 deg F (21 deg C)
Recommended Number of Coats - 1 coat at 6-8 wet mils, let cure and apply a mist coat.
Recommended Film Thinckness - 6-12 wet mils to obtain 4-8 dry mils
Solids by Volume - 68 percent ASTM D 2697
VOC - 2.4 lbs/gallon, 290 g/L
Coverage - At 1 mil dry, 1091 square ft/gallon
Application - Roll, brush, or spray
Flash Point - 100 deg F (38 deg C)
Dry Time - Dry to recoat in 5 hours, dry hard in 7 hours
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Barrier Coat Primer
Originally, I used this product as an anti~corrosive tie in coat below the waterline of my steel cutter. Also, hit a rusty spot on my old car with a grinder and quick slap of this which I never overcoated. That was five years ago and both are still doing well. In fact, this winter the ice wore all the bottom paint away from the boat but the EP 1000 held on. Now, after contacting manufacturer for an advice, I'm using it to prime the deck and hull for painting. Love this stuff!