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heramb
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 09, 2006 10:05 am    Post subject: Zinc rich primers for immersion service Reply with quote

I am sure that zinc rich primers are not suitable for immersion
service. Can anyone please help me with an article stating that?

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Nicolas DELFAU
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 10, 2006 10:09 am    Post subject: Re: Zinc rich primers for immersion service Reply with quote

They are, indeed !
We've got a system that goes well for immersion in sea water and got an
ACQPA (french organization for anticorrosive paints) IM2 agreement :
agreement # Im2 ANI 627.
The system is composed of 40Ám 2K epoxy zinc rich primer plus 2 coats of
respectively 210Ám and 200Ám of 2K epoxy.
If you need any further help, don't hesitate to contact me.

Nicolas DELFAU
Peintures SOB
46130 Biars-sur-Cere
FRANCE
Tel : (+33) 5.65.38.60.20
e-mail : delfau.nicolas@peintures-sob.fr


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I am sure that zinc rich primers are not suitable for immersion
service. Can anyone please help me with an article stating that?

heramb
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 11, 2006 5:55 am    Post subject: Re: Zinc rich primers for immersion service Reply with quote

Inorganic Zinc Rich primer CANNOT be used in immersion.
Organic Zinc-Rich (Epoxy etc.) can
They must be overcoated.

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They are, indeed !
We've got a system that goes well for immersion in sea water and got an
ACQPA (french organization for anticorrosive paints) IM2 agreement :
agreement # Im2 ANI 627.
The system is composed of 40Ám 2K epoxy zinc rich primer plus 2 coats of
respectively 210Ám and 200Ám of 2K epoxy.
If you need any further help, don't hesitate to contact me.

Nicolas DELFAU
Peintures SOB
46130 Biars-sur-Cere
FRANCE
Tel : (+33) 5.65.38.60.20
e-mail : delfau.nicolas@peintures-sob.fr


"heramb" <trifaley.heramb@gmail.com> a Úcrit dans le message de news:
1136801128.882817.34590@g14g2000cwa.googlegroups.com...
I am sure that zinc rich primers are not suitable for immersion
service. Can anyone please help me with an article stating that?

heramb

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