Dulux Trade Metalshield Zinc Phosphate Primer

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Key benefits
  • 8 year protection*
  • For ferrous metal
  • Excellent corrosion resistance
  • Solvent-based
Product Features
  • Fantastic Dulux Quality
Technical Information
  • Finish Matt
  • Coverage Up to 13m² per litre
  • Drying Time 2-3 hours
  • Recoatable 7 hours
  • Composition Solvent-based

Product Description

Metalshield Zinc Phosphate is a high performance, high build primer with excellent rust inhibiting performance, suitable for use over hand-cleaned iron and steel as well as blast-cleaned surfaces. *Applying our straightforward, single-pack system - Metalshield Zinc Phosphate Primer from Dulux Trade + 2 coats of Metalshield Gloss or Satin from Dulux Trade - will deliver up to 8 years metal protection

Application Description

Application : Brush or roller only. For Health and Safety reasons related to all solvent-based paints, spray application is not recommended. STIR THOROUGHLY BEFORE USE. Apply 1 coat of Metalshield Zinc Phosphate Primer from Dulux Trade followed by 2 coats of Metalshield Gloss or Satin from Dulux Trade.

Technical & Safety Documentation

  • Dulux Trade Metalshield Zinc Phosphate Primer tds.pdf
  • EPD Metalshield Zinc Phosphate Primer.PDF
  • DT_GB_EN_METALSHIELD_ZINC_PHOSPHATE_PRIMER.pdf

Tips & Advice

  • 1. Preparing the Surfaces
    To get the best results, ensure surfaces to be painted are sound, clean and dry (new surfaces particularly must be fully dry). See Dulux Trade Datasheet 511 for full information before use, available free on request by telephoning 0333 222 70 70 or visting duluxtrade.co.uk. Before surface preparation, read the Health & Safety information about old lead paints.
  • 2. Cleaning
    After use, remove as much paint as possible from brushes before cleaning with brush cleaner
  • 3. Storing
    Do not use or store in extremes of temperature and protect from frost