A specially formulated blend of solvents designed to mix with its compatible Teamac or Coo-Var coating to create an optimal consistancy for application. Suitable for use with Brush, Roller or Spray. Teamac Thinner 14 can also be used for the cleaning of some surfaces prior to application of the coating. Also suitable for the cleaning of...
Teamac Marine Gloss
Teamac Marine Gloss, is a high end marine coating with excellent opacity and high gloss finish, suitable for all general marine areas above the waterline; bridge fronts, deckwork, masts, and superstructures.
- High gloss
- Excellent opacity and adhesion
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Teamac Marine Gloss, is a high end marine coating with excellent opacity and high gloss finish, suitable for all general marine areas above the waterline; bridge fronts, deckwork, masts, superstructures etc. benefits from excellent adhesion.
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- Features & Benefits
- Product Specification
- Film Thickness Range And Coverage
- Drying Times
- Surface Preparation
- Preceeding Coat
- Application Conditions
- Application Methods
- Health & Safety
Features & Benefits
- High gloss
- Excellent opacity and adhesion
|VOC Content||530 g/litre|
|SG||0.9 to 1.16°C|
|Viscostity||3.5 Poise @ 25°C|
|Flash Point||Above 32°C (closed cup)|
Film Thickness Range And Coverage
|Dry Film Thickness||Wet Film Thickness||Theoretical Coverage|
|Maximum||35 - 40 µm||80 µm||12 m2/litre @ 35 microns D.F.T.|
The practical spreading rate may be lower as this depends on factors such as the porosity and roughness of the surface to be painted and material losses during application.
|Drying Times At 20°C/RH 50%|
|Touch Dry:||4 Hours|
|Dry To Handle:||12 Hours|
|Dry To Recoat:||12 hours or overnight|
|Fully Cured:||5 - 7 Days|
Low temperature and high humidity will adversely affect application, drying and performance of any coating.
- All surfaces should be clean, dry, sound and free from contaminants.
- Existing painted surfaces should be cleaned, degreased and sanded to ensure an adequate "key" is produced. Remove all loose, flaking material and treat bare areas as new substrate then prepare accordingly.
- Teamac Marine Undercoat.
- Mix well before use.
- As dictated by normal good painting practice. Care must be taken during application that the temperature is above the dew point to avoid any contamination.
- In confined spaces, provide adequate ventilation during application and drying.
|Method||Airless Spray||Conventional Spray||Brush||Roller|
- Thinner (Max vol): Thinners 14 (5%) - Brush, roller and airless spray.
- Nozzle Size: 0.013"
- Nozzle Pressure: 1800 to 2000 psi
- Cleaning Solvent: Thinners 14
Health & Safety
See safety data sheet - White - SDS 10718, Black - SDS 10600, Reds, Bounty and Maroons - SDS 10685, Lead Chrome Yellows (Professional use only) - SDS 10713, All other colours - SDS10712 in the attachment section above.
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.
- Application Method
- Brush, Roller, Spray
- Standard / Ready Mixed
- Single, Two or Three Pack
- Pack Size
- 1L, 2.5L, 5L
- Key Features
- High gloss. Excellent opacity and adhesion.
- Brush, Roller
- Dry to Handle (at 20°C)
- 12 Hours
- Dry to Recoat (at 20°C)
- 12 hours or overnight
- Fully Cured (at 20°C)
- 5 - 7 Days
- 12m² per litre
- Recommended Thinner/Cleaner
- Teamac Thinner 14
- Solids by Volume
- 530 g/litre
- Touch Dry
- 4 Hours
- Recommended Dry Film Thickness
- 35 - 40 µm
- Recommended Wet Film Thickness
- 80 µm
- UN Number
|Adam on 2020-06-20 21:17:11|| |
Hi there, what's the correct base coat for this kingfisher gloss please!? Thanks
The compatible preceeding coat for Teamac Marine Gloss is Teamac Marine Undercoat.
|A Rower on 2020-03-03 14:26:53|| |
Hi, Would this product be suitable for painting carbon fibre oars for use in racing rowing boats? Thanks,
This product has never been tested on carbon fibre.
If the oar has been previously gelcoated it may work, but you would have to test it on a small area.
|Elaine McShane on 2019-11-11 02:30:16|| |
I’m looking to paint the wet wall within my shower a deep green colour. Would the tea Mac marine gloss in mint green be suitable for this? Thanks
You will however need to be careful with compatibility with these two products and we would recommend you carry out a test area prior to full application.
|David on 2019-11-02 22:07:23|| |
Is Teamac Marine Gloss the correct paint for the Hull of my enterprise sailing dinghy? It's plywood. Can I paint directly over the current paint or do I need a primer also? The boat is in the water for a couple of hours a week usually stored outside on a trailer.
|Paul Oconnor on 2019-08-08 22:17:28|| |
Hi is this paint a good finish with roller and brushes . Thanks
|David Smith on 2019-06-27 18:54:20|| |
Hi I am looking for touch up paint for my narrow boat. The original paint was Selemix 7-110 2 part acrylic. I want a one part paint, so my question is, Is Teamac marine gloss compatible with the original paint or will it react? Although our boat is only a year old our builder is no more. I know the RAL codes.
With the existing paint being a two pack product you will need to give it a good sand back first, then the Marine Gloss should go on top no problem.
|Alan Anderson on 2019-05-28 14:07:31|| |
Hi I am considering painting the hull of my GRP sailing boat (above the water line) in RAL 5005 or 5010. Firstly is it suitable for hull use secondly what colour primer will I need to use
Teamac Marine Gloss should be fine for this application above the waterline as long as you sand the surface and get a key first. You should apply the gloss directly to the GRP.
|Sarah Adams on 2019-04-22 21:19:51|| |
Hi. I want to paint the sides of our wooden boat with teamac marine gloss BS12E51 which of your under coat paints and which colour would you recommend to use with this colour?
We would recommend using Teamac Marine Undercoat in the colour 'Primrose'.
|Phil clee on 2019-04-16 19:56:58|| |
Hi, I have a small 15ft fast fishing boat which is kept on a trailer. I would like to paint the hull as it's quite badly scratched. There is also some damage to the rear corner where a 2 inch section has a hole. Can you recommend a filler and paint / primer/ thinner for the purpose. The boat will be spray painted in my mates auto bodyshop. Thanks for you help
The answer to this enquiry depends on what is currently on the boat & what it is made from. We are working on the assumption that you are currently down to the bare GRP substrate – please advise if different.
We would recommend fixing the hole using a polyester filler, followed by 1 coat of Teamac Marine Undercoat followed by 2 coats of Teamac Marine Gloss. Teamac Thinner 14 would be the thinner to use for both products.
|Francesca Morroni on 2018-06-28 14:55:55|| |
Good afternoon, I am designing a restaurant in a boat and I have some painted that I would like to paint with high gloss finish. The colour is RAL5002. What kind of paint would you recommend for high traffic areas, where workers might hit the surfaces with heavy material? I need the paint to look smooth and high gloss, and to be durable and resistant to water/temperature changes. The surface of the bar especially has a semi-spherical corner, so the paint needs to be easy to apply. If you have recommendation on the substrate this would be great too. At the moment I am thinking to use plywood. Many thanks, Francesca
To bare plywood we would recommend priming with Rust-Oleum Mathys Pegalink Universal Adhesion Primer, then apply Rust-Oleum 9200 Rust-O-Thane in RAL 5002 Ultramarine Blue, then finish with Rust-Oleum 4900 Polycoat 2K clear gloss.
|Peter on 2018-04-09 14:56:31|| |
On a house close to the sea ,I require a long life paint system,to cover previously painted( in an unknown marine paint) woodwork. doors sash windows etc. finish to be gloss or egg shell
We would recommend Zinsser AllCoat Exterior Satin (Water Based) or Zinsser AllCoat Exterior Gloss (Water Based) for this application. It is a long lasting all surface paint offering up to 15 years performance. Designed for the long term decoration of timber, metal, masonry, plastic, concrete, cladding & more, it forms a vapour permeable, low maintenance water-shedding coating, re-coatable in just 1 hour. It also contains a biocide to protect the dried coating against fungal degradation.
|Nick Vincent on 2017-12-08 13:42:28|| |
Question: What coating system would you advise to paint over new copper pipework in a hot/humid/damp environment (swimming pool dry duct) - for corrosive resistance.
|terry miller on 2016-05-03 13:50:39|| |
Question: Hi, which primer/undercoat and top coat for a GRP garage door? Want a high end gloss finish and ideally a gloss top coat I can also use on my south facing wood front door. thanks
Teamac Marine Gloss would be ideal for both of your surfaces. GRP just needs to be clean and lightly sanded to provide a key and Teamac Marine Gloss can be applied directly. The preparation would be the same for previously painted or varnished wood, if bare first prime with Teamac Metaclor Underwater CR Primer.