Colormet Ultra Water Based
Top quality water based professional rust preventative metal gloss finish topcoat
- Extremely weather resistant and durable
- Withstands heat up to 90°C
- May be used indoors or out
- Low odour, white spirit dilutable formulation
£94.75 (ex VAT)
Colormet Ultra Water Based Product Details
Colormet Ultra WB is a gloss topcoat based on a polyurethane/alkyd emulsion. Water-dilutable with excellent flow properties, Colormet Ultra WB dries rapidly with very little odour and a low VOC content, providing a tough scratch resistant high gloss finish.
Ideal for machinery, tank exteriors, racking, metal stairways, railings, street furniture and playground equipment.
The ultimate enamel coating for metal, that may be applied directly to rusted surfaces with little preparation and generally no priming. Colormet Ultra cures very quickly to form an extremely tough, scratch resistant, highly flexible gloss coat.
Both solvent based and water based formulations are available – depending on specific requirements.
Available in 10 standard colours – many other colours available. Please ask.
Number of parts:1
Application temperature:10oC to 30oC, R.H. not exceeding 80%
Drying time:Touch dry: 3 hours
Recoat time: 24 hours
Coverage:Approximately 25 – 30mm2
Please consult the technical data sheet for full product technical data.
Surface must be clean, dry and free of oil, grease or other contamination. Existing paint should be lightly abraded to provide a mechanical key. Any loose flaking paint or friable surface should be removed back to sound material.
Timber substrates should be clean, dry and sanded before Colormet Ultra WB is applied direct.
Metal, plastic or mineral substrates must be primed with Colormet Adhesion Primer WB and should be prepared according to the relevant Data Sheet.
Mechanical stirring with a mixing paddle for a few minutes is recommended.
Colormet Ultra WB may be applied by brush, roller, conventional spray gun or airless spray.
Brush or roller – thin if necessary with up to 5% of water.
Conventional spray – thin with 10-15% of water, use 1.5-2mm nozzle and 2-3 bars pressure.
Conventional spraying may result in a slightly lower gloss.
Airless spray – thin with 3% of water, use nozzle size 11-13 and 120 bars pressure.