Rust-Oleum 3333 Super Adhesion Primer
Rust-Oleum 3333 Super Adhesion Primer provides excellent adhesion on non-porous, dense mineral substrates like:
- Tiles or power floated concrete
- Non-ferrous metals like stainless steel, aluminium or new hot-dip galvanized steel
- Thermosetting plastics like fibreglass-reinforced polyester or epoxy
- Perfect chemical bond without blasting or etching
- A real cost saver!
Rust-Oleum 3333 Super Adhesion Primer provides excellent adhesion on non-porous, dense mineral substrates like tiles or power floated concrete as well as non-ferrous metals like stainless steel, aluminium or new hot-dip galvanized steel and thermosetting plastics like fibreglass-reinforced polyester or epoxy.
Rust-Oleum 3333 Super Adhesive Primer Resists light to moderate abrasion, intermittent high humidity and moisture, regular chemical cleaning and spillage of chemicals if recoated with the appropriate Rust-Oleum system. 3333 Super Adhesive Primer can be recoated with nearly all Rust-Oleum Epoxy, Polyurethane, Chlorinated Rubber/Vinyl and Acrylic coatings. It is also classified Class 1 Surface Spread of Flame according BS 476; part 7: 1987.
NEW: Now also available in convenient 1 litre packaging, ideal for smaller projects the new convenient 2-component packaging provides the base and activator in one convenient kit and the activator is supplied with a user-friendly spout cap.
Features & Benefits
- Perfect chemical bond without blasting or etching
- Low material usage - A real cost saver
- Can be recoated with virtually any other 2K paint
- Water-based; low odour
- Excellent flow
|Solids Content in Volume:||61.9%|
|Heat Resistance:||150°C (dry heat)|
|Mixing Ratio:||Base : Activator = 0.72 : 0.28 (Volume)|
DRYING TIMES AT 20°C/RH 50%
|Touch Dry:||6 Hours|
|Dry to Handle:||8 Hours|
|Dry to Recoat:||16 h (20°C), 24 h (10°C), 12 h (30°C)|
|Fully Cured:||8 Days|
|Pot Life:||2 Hours|
Remove grease, oil and all other surface contaminations with Rust-Oleum FK111 Cleaning Solution or by alkaline or high pressure (steam) cleaning. New concrete should cure and dry for at least 30 days prior to the application of the coatings. The surface must be clean and may be slightly damp during application.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
Stir individual components thoroughly before mixing them together. Use the boxing method or a low speed mixer.
Temperature of air and substrate between 10 and 35°C and relative humidity below 70%. The substrate temperature must be at least 5°C above dew point.
APPLICATION & THINNING: BRUSH
5 up to 10 vol. % with water. Use brushes based on a mixture of synthetic/natural bristles. Check wet film thickness, avoid excessive film thickness. Preferably use disposable brushes.
APPLICATION & THINNING: ROLLER
10 up to 20 vol. % with water. Use short nap (4-6mm) mohair or velvet brush rollers. Check wet film thickness, avoid excessive film thickness. Preferably use disposable rollers.
APPLICATION & THINNING: AIR-ATOMISED SPRAY
Up to 20 vol. % with water. Spray: Gravity cup and pressure cup. Tip size: 1.2 -2.0 mm. Atomizing pressure: 2 - 4 bar. Check wet film thickness, avoid excessive film thickness.
CLEANING OF EQUIPMENT / SPILLS
Immediately after application with (hot) water and soap.
- Maximum dry film thickness per coat: 30 μm dry, equals 50 μm wet.
- If the relative humidity is high during drying, curing might be retarded.
It is your responsibility to read the Product Data Sheets (available below) before you place an order and prior to application of the product. The content of this website is our best recommendation and is not advice. Coverage rates quoted are approximate, you agree that coverage depends on the condition of the substrate, surface absorption, texture and application method. We ALWAYS recommend a trial area is coated to ensure the product meets your requirements before use.
|The figures stated above are approximate. Please ensure you refer to all datasheets for full application information.|
|claire on 23/07/2018|
I have some clay tiles (like quarry tiles but says made of clay) I have old quarry tiles cleaned and sealed but the new ones in clay don't hold the sealer. It easily comes off with bare feet or if it gets wet with washing up water etc in kitchen. Should I apply a clear primer over the top of the sealant that has just been put on for the 3rd time or which primer would you suggest? Is there a clear primer/ sealant which would stick to the tiles please and provide protection. Gloss preferably as the old quarry tiles have been gloss sealed. thanks
Our best recommendation for this would be to remove all existing coatings and try a test area with Rust-Oleum 4900 Polycoat 2K to ensure it is suitable before coating the whole area.
|Sharon on 12/01/2017|
Question: Hi could you tell me the difference between Rust-Oleum super adhesive primer 333 and and the 333 handy pack.
There is no difference between the products, the Handy Pack has been developed to make one off smaller projects easier with more user friendly packaging and instructions.
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