Excellent hold out for high gloss topcoats
Give your aircraft a little extra TLC by ordering Sherwin-Williams Epoxy Primer from SkyGeek. This 2.8 lb/gal VOC compliant, epoxy polyamide primer meets MIL-PRF-23377J, Class C2, composition and performance specifications. It is used as a primer under MIL-PRF-85285D polyurethane topcoats, or polyurethane chemical agent resistant coatings (CARC) specified in MIL-DTL-53039B, MIL-DTL-64159 or MIL-PRF-22750F epoxy topcoat. The primer has a distinctive yellow color for easy identification and it cures quickly, offering a perfectly prepared surface for the application of polyurethanes and other topcoat treatments. Sherwin-Williams Epoxy Primer is sold in a gallon-size can and can be applied with a brush or roller.
Order Sherwin-Williams Epoxy Primer from SkyGeek for the best value. The primer is designed for use with Sherwin-Williams topcoat products, but can be used with other brands as well. It is easy to apply and goes on smoothly, offering a better finish and less time. The epoxy primer is easy to use and is sold in a convenient gallon-size can. Please note that this item is non-cancelable and non-returnable.
|Characteristics || |
|Gloss ||10-20 (60°) |
|Volume Solids ||45% Catalyzed |
|Viscosity, 25 seconds (max.) #2 Zahn Cup ||Catalyzed |
|Recommended Film Thickness |
|Spreading Rate (no application loss) ||802-1203 sq ft/gal @ 0.6-0.9 mils DFT |
|Drying (0.8 mils dft, 77°F, 50% RH) |
To dry hard, 45-60 minutes at 140°F
|Flash Point ||22°F Pensky-Martens Closed Cup |
|Mixing Ratio (by volume) |
E90G203 or E90G205
V93V230 (purchased separately)
|Induction Time ||30 minutes |
|Pot Life ||4 hours at room temperature. Higher temperature will shorten pot life |
|Package Life ||1 year, inside storage |
Air Quality Data
Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC):
- Part A as packaged, maximum 2.85 lb/gal, 342 g/L
- V93V230 as packaged, maximum 2.63 lb/gal, 316 g/L
- catalyzed as above, maximum 2.8 lb/gal, 340 g/L
Aluminum: Clean with acidic cleaner or other appropriate cleaner depending on contamination. Pretreat with chromate conversion coating MIL-DTL-5541F, wash primer DOD-P-15328D, E90G4, or anodize per MIL-A-8625F.
Testing: Due to the wide variety of substrates, surface preparation methods, application methods, and environments, the customer should test the complete system for adhesion and compatibility prior to full scale application.
- This product must be properly mixed (catalyzed) before using.
- Surface preparation is important for performance.
- For good adhesion, parts primed need to air dry a minimum of 2 hours before topcoating. If parts have been primed for longer than three days, they must be sanded or recoated with a mist coat before topcoating for good adhesion.
- These primers contain strontium chromate.
Safety Data Sheet