We no longer stock this product, but can recommend Tor Unicover S as a great alternative.
Thermoguard Cladcoat is a rapid drying, self priming, one coat, low sheen finish for most types of metal and plastic cladding, as well as plastic fittings and signage.
Thermoguard Cladcoat is fully compliant and can be brushed, rolled or sprayed at temperatures down to 5°C. Available in a comprehensive range of colours, Thermoguard Cladcoat offers outstanding durability, flexibility and colour fastness.
There are many different makes of plastic cladding and while Thermoguard Cladcoat is approved for Plastisol® and has been used successfully on the vast majority, no single paint system is suitable for every situation. Thermoguard recommend an application/adhesion trial of a test area and will provide a refundable sample tin for this purpose.
It is the responsibility of the specifier/end user to take advantage of this service in order to satisfy themselves of the compatibility of Thermoguard Cladcoat and the substrate to be coated. Many rigid plastics, including Foamex® and PVC can be coated, allowing redecoration of brackets, fittings and rainwater goods, but all should be spot tested as above.
Thermoguard Cladcoat has been successfully employed in other areas where corrosion resistance, durability and colour fastness is required.
- Gates and railings
- Metal fencing
- Most building plastics
- Exposed structural and decorative steel
- Galvanised metal - Cladcoat can be applied direct to weathered galvanised surfaces after removal of 'white rust' (zinc corrosion deposits) using copious quantities of water.
Thermoguard Cladcoat is a flexible, anti-corrosive coating which lasts better than standard paints and coatings.
PLEASE NOTE: This product has a minimum order of 50lts and there is a 5 - 7 working day lead time.
- Brush, Roller, Spray
- 7m² per litre
- Touch Dry
- 1 hour
|Sam khan on 2018-12-01 17:56:51|| |
Does this product have a BBA certificate
No, the only coating we are currently able to offer that can be applied to metal cladding with BBA approval is the Tor Elastaseal Z system. This however is an unusual system to specify for this type of application and we would need further details before we could clarify suitability and the correct system to apply.
|Vanessa Kerrison on 2018-06-03 20:05:34|| |
Hi, I'm looking to paint my single garage door in white, but note the minimum order is 50l. Is there anyway you can do a smaller order please?
For a single, metal garage door we would instead recommend Rust-Oleum CombiColor.
|Paula heard on 2017-05-31 22:26:30|| |
Question: I looking to paint my gliderol garage door They said I needed plastisol based paint Would this do it???
If you require a paint suitable to apply to Plastisol surfaces then yes Thermoguard Cladcoat would be suitable.
|paul dipre on 2017-05-30 19:50:41|| |
Question: I am having a new portacabin modular building installed. It has plastisol exterior walls that only come in a very limited range of colours. If I use this product how long can I expect it to look good before a re-coat is required
The colours are fade-resistant automotive, to give extended time before fade. Colours are designed to retain colour for the following periods in normal environments: General colours - 10 years / Reds - in which even car paints fade - 7 years.
|Seb on 2017-02-21 19:41:19|| |
Question: Looking to spray my pvc windows... is this all I need?
For uPVC windows we would recommend Zinsser AllCoat Exterior. This product is available in a range of finishes all RAL and BS colours (except for fluorescent and metallic).