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Two-Component Primer Protects Steel in Corrosive Conditions

PPG introduces two-component primer for steel surfaces

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PPG’s two-component, PPG SPECTRACRON® 385 POLY-IOTHANE™ high solids primer is formulated to provide durability in severe and corrosive environments.

With an unlimited recoat window, the polyurethane primer is designed for operations that require fast topcoat times, according to the company. Its wet-on-wet capabilities increase shop throughput when paired with PPG’s two-component polyurethane enamel, with which it shares a hardener.

The primer is tint capable and available in white and gray. It offers flexibility, chemical resistance, and direct and indirect impact resistance. The product has maximum volatile organic compound emissions of 3.5 pounds per gallon. It is suitable for industrial equipment, material handling equipment, building materials, telecommunications and heavy-duty equipment applications.

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