Epoxy primer is a non-porous sealer. It is usually used over steel as the first base coat. Epoxy primers are used over different surfaces and materials because of their helpful qualities. They are durable, highly chemical resistant. They have good mechanical ability, strong adhesion.
The epoxy primer is recommended to use on porous surfaces, cracks, and dents. The primer’s capacity is excellent and produces a good surface finish. Epoxy primers are not only supposedly used on metals but also are used as an undercoat product and as topcoats too. It has excellent adhesive properties and serves as a proper base.
Our epoxy primer keeps out oxygen, ensuring that rust or corrosion does not deteriorate the surface. It settles into a non-porous surface and doesn’t soak up moisture like most epoxy primers. It can be used on a wide range of materials, its strong adhesion, chemical resistance in extreme weather conditions.

Types Of Epoxy Primers

There are two types of epoxy primers, a single part epoxy primer and a two-part epoxy primer.The one-part epoxy primer is usually used as a topcoat. It consists of a sealer and creates a smooth finish. The sealer creates a non-porous finish and is usually used on bare steel as a first base. Our epoxy primer works best on bare metal and is highly recommended to be used on metal parts that either are newly fabricated or fully stripped. To get rid of any imperfections and to create a flat surface, it is always recommended to use a primer surface for filler.The two-part epoxy primer contains a sealer and zinc phosphate. The two-part epoxy primer is also considered a structural steel primer. The zinc phosphate is added because of its exceptional corrosion-inhibiting properties. The two components cure into moisture, chemical, and abrasion-resistant film. The two-part epoxy is mostly used on industrial appliances like streets and concrete.

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Benefits Of Using Epoxy Primer

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The epoxy primers are thin, and they provide a better adhesion as they can penetrate the cement allowing the substances to bond. The primers also provide a better chemical bond when using a thicker epoxy coat. Our epoxy primer can attain a better dry film viscosity and coating uniformity.
Due to their low viscosity, the primers saturate the surface and help to seal the entire surface area in particular. The primer helps to fill the small voids and divots found on every concrete floor. The air is less likely to push up, and if it does, the primer will generally refill the hole caused by the bubble.