Glo-Protect Lpoxy High Solod Surface Tolerent Primer

Glo-Protek Lpoxy High Solod Surface Tolerent Primer is a two component Surface-Tolerant coating based on Polysulfide modified epoxy resin incorporating zinc phosphate pigment and cured with Phenalkamine hardener.

Suggested USES

An ideal surface-tolerant shop coat and intermediate coat for rusty steel where elaborate surface preparation is not possible. Incorporation of rust-inhibitive pigment like zinc phosphate and Polysulfide epoxy binder makes this protective coat protect steel through the barrier and inhibition mechanisms. This primer can be applied to the interior of tanks and on bridges as well as host of other applications in open structure, power, oil, petroleum, fertilizer, chemical and marine industries.

Advantages over

High solids, better application properties intercoat, conventional shop adhesion, faster drying and excellent corrosion resistance. Moisture Tolerant and cures at lower temperature.


Colour Grey
Finish Matt
Volume Solids 61% + 2
Mixing Ratio 6 : 1 by volume
Pot Life 4 - 6 hours @ 30ºC
Theoretical Covering 11.1 M2 / litre @ 50μ dft. (90μ wft).
Method of Application Brush/ Roller/Conventional/Airless spray.
Airless Spray Tip size: 0.019"- 0.024"
Fluid pressure: 2300- 3200 psi
Thinner Recommended None for application by brush.
For Con. Spray use 5 - 10% of Glo-Protek Epoxy Thinner
Drying Time Surface Dry : 45 - 60 minutes @ 30ºC
Hard Dry : 3 hours @ 30ºC
Full Cure : 7 days
Overcoating Interval 3 hours @ 30ºC

Surface Preparation

Remove loose rust, dust, alkaline salt deposition and marine growth, if any by manual or power tool cleaning method. This primer adheres well to tightly held rust.

Shelf Life

12 months from the date of manufacture if stored at room temperature

Standard Packing

20 litre

Technical Support

The Company provides technical advisory service supported by a team of specialists in the field.

Health & Safety

Use rubber hand gloves and safety goggles while handling this material. Normal PPE can be used. As a general rule, avoid inhalation of solvent vapour or paint mist and contact of paint with skin and eyes. Provide forced ventilation when working with solvent born coating in confined spaces or stagnant. Skin and eye protection follow the local and national regulations.