16-845 Seymour Galvanized Coating, Zinch Rich Weld Thru Primer (15 oz)Product Line: Specialty SKU: 16-845
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A shiny galvanized coating that protects and matches new galvanized metal. Resists oxidation and eliminates the need for an aluminum topcoat. Excellent for restoration of chain link fences and guardrails. The dried paint film contains a minimum of 65% zinc. It is considered a sacrificial coating, and meets ASTM A780 performance specifications.
|Container Size:||16 OZ|
|Net Fill Wt. OZ:||15|
|Net Fill Wt. G:||425|
|Prop 65 (cancer):||no|
|Prop 65 (repro):||yes|
|Safety Data Sheet:||View Safety Data Sheet|
|Product Information Sheet:||View Product Information Sheet|
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RE: Weld Thru Primers: 16-845 vs 20-1675: What are the differences?
Seymour Paint –
The 16-845 has a lot more zinc and works better when welding thru it. 20-1675 is kind of a lightweight version of 16-845 however is more versatile in its applications.
What’s the process for painting over 16-845? For a steel offroad bumper, would it make more sense to use this or 20-1675?
Seymour Paint –
Actually, both would be suitable primers for this application. My choice would be the 16-845 due to the high zinc content which will offer significantly more corrosion resistance.