16-897 Seymour Zinc Phosphate Primer, Yellow (12 oz)

Product Line: Specialty SKU: 16-897
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An extremely durable etching primer that is chromate-free and chemically bonds with aluminum and steel to form a corrosion resistant base coat. Can be top-coated with all types of coatings including two component epoxies. Excellent resistance to seacoast exposure.
  • Excellent for both aluminum and ferrous metals.
  • Ideal for use on aviation aluminum hulls and parts, truck and automotive fleets, marine & industrial where resistance to corrosion is a must
  • Dries to Touch in 10 min. 30 min to Topcoat, 48 hrs Hard Cure
  • Up to 15 sq ft of coverage per can
UPC:043281001083
Part #:0000160897
Container Size:16 OZ
Net Fill Wt. OZ:12
Net Fill Wt. G:340
Prop 65 (cancer):yes
Prop 65 (repro):yes
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  1. Question

    David Nealy

    Can I get an SDS for 16-899 Seymour Zinc Phosphate Primer Emailed to me at David.Nealy@Andritz.com?

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      Seymour Paint

      Yes, will send soon. for now, here is link to the SDS. https://seymourpaint.amplifi.io/share/I5vTwiKLT

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  2. Question

    Dan Miller

    I use the Seymour green zinc phosphate primer on both Aluminum and Stainless diamond plate panels.
    1. How long do i need to wait between the first coat and recoat?
    1b. Do I need 2 coats?
    2. After the 2nd coat, can I heat in paint oven to speed full cure? At what temperature and for how long?
    3. Is there a time window after the primer cures before I apply, in this case, Durabak textured coating? In other words, do I need to wait a minimum time of 24 hours and a maximum of 72 at room temperature? Or if heated at 125°F, minimum of 2 hours, no maximum before textured coating?
    3b. If I heat in paint oven, does that time change?

    Thanks,
    DM

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      Seymour Paint

      You only need one medium coat, and it doesn’t have to be a full hide. If you want to do 2 coats please wait 10 minutes. Multiple coats will extend the cure time, but you can accelerate the cure by warming the primer. Do not exceed 140F. I don’t have exact times for drying/curing as there are variables with temperature/humidity/paint thickness.

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    Todd Trapnell

    when will Seymour 16-897 be back in stock?

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      Seymour Paint

      Please contact our customer service team regarding lead times customerservice@seymourpaint.com.

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