Rust-Oleum Mathys Noxyde Peganox
A water based, low VOC, single component, elastomeric coating that provides rust-proofing, corrosion and waterproofing protection optimized for brush or roller application. It forms an anti corrosive membrane that has a high resistance to water, salt spray, acid and aggressive environments making it virtually unaffected over time.
Rust-Oleum Mathys Noxyde Peganox is a water based, low VOC, single component, elastomeric coating that provides rust-proofing, corrosion and waterproofing protection optimized for brush or roller application. It forms an anti corrosive membrane that has a high resistance to water, salt spray, acid and aggressive environments making it virtually unaffected over time.
Rust-Oleum Mathys Noxyde Peganox combines flexibility, strong adhesion, water resistance, excellent edge coverage and anti-corrosive pigments while requiring minimal surface preparation. Rust-Oleum Mathys Noxyde Peganox is a single pack water-based elastic coating ideal for use on metal cladding, pipe lines, railings, containers and more made from iron, steel, special alloys, galvanised and metallised iron and steel, aluminium, copper, zinc, lead, etc.
Features & Benefits
- Good corrosion protection and waterproofing
- Noxyde technology, optimized for brush or roller application.
- 200% elasticity
- Excellent flow
- Water-based formulation
- Impact resistant
- Primer and topcoat in one
- Ideal when spray application is not possible
- Thinner coating than Noxyde or Pegarust giving a lower cost per m²
- 5 Years product guarantee*
Rust-Oleum Mathys Noxyde Peganox is a rust preventive elastomeric coating that offers excellent protection and optimized appearance. Rust-Oleum Mathys Noxyde Peganox utilises the same technology as Noxyde, but has been specially designed for brush and roller applications.
* All guarantees are subject to approval by our Technical Department prior to purchase and/or use.
30 years track record!
Noxyde has been tested by many institutes and the results are phenomenal with reports of “unsurpassed corrosion control”. Since 1972, Peganox has been applied all over the world in many different climates, from very hot and dry to humid, rural-coastal, onshore and offshore... No impact upon the product's effectiveness was recorded, therefore Peganox is the number one choice for metal protection.
The Noxyde Family:
- Noxyde - The original formula for spray application (350 µm), Maximum corrosion protection and waterproofing
- Peganox - Noxyde formulation optimised for brush and roller application (150 µm)
- Pegarust - Solvent based formulation for lower temperatures down to 0ºC
Rust-Oleum Mathys Noxyde Peganox is a premium state-of-the-art, easy-to-use product ideal for long-term corrosion protection of metal surfaces. Its unique formulation performs like no other coating on the market and offers unsurpassed rust protection with minimal labour. It is an excellent over coating and alternative to sandblasting.
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.|
|Calvin Jones on 12/07/2018|
Do you REALLY have to prime old galvanised sheeting? The data sheet on rustoleum.com says... "PRIMING Normally not required. Exceptions include: New galvanized steel: Prime with 3202 Clear Blue Undercoat Smooth metals: Prime with Pegalink" There is another (european?) data sheet which just says 'use primer with non-ferrous metals' so that seems clear. But then again another online company i spoke to said it was fine on aged galvaised... sorry i`m confused and i need the right answer or im wasting money on an expensive primer or a lot of time on a roof coating that wont last! Thanks.
We are not sure which data sheet you have read which advises the use of Rust-Oleum 3202 Galvinoleum Primer, but to our knowledge this has never been advised by Rust-Oleum UK.
You can see the latest PDS (Product Data Sheet) for Rust-Oleum Mathys Noxyde Peganox on our website on the product page under the 'Download' section. This states 'On non-ferrous substrates, use PVDF Primer or Pegalink as adhesion primer first.'
In answer to your query (do you REALLY have to use a primer) – well that depends on the full circumstances of the project i.e. condition of the substrate, expectation of performance levels, expectation of life span etc. So it is indeed POSSIBLE to apply Rust-Oleum Mathys Noxyde Peganox directly to correctly prepared non-ferrous substrates, but Rust-Oleum's best advice would be to use a primer.
|Donna on 11/07/2018|
Hi it's says it is a primer and top coat in one so would I be able to paint my van for protection ? Also is it a paint and ehat colour is it plz.?
Although we do not offer automotive paints, many customers have used Rust-Oleum CombiColor to hand paint a vehicle.
|Richard on 18/03/2018|
I have some secondhand galvanised corrugated cladding which i want to paint. The cladding has areas of old paint and rust. Would your noxyde peganox paint be suitable to paint directly onto this?
After cleaning and removal of all loose rust, flaking paint, etc. if you want to apply Rust-Oleum Mathys Noxyde Peganox you would need to first prime with Rust-Oleum Mathys Pegalink Universal Adhesion Primer. Alternatively Rust-Oleum Mathys Noxyde Pegarust could be applied directly without the need of a primer.
|Andy Jones on 02/06/2017|
Question: Is Noxyde Peganox suitable to use on galvanised roller shutter doors ?
Thanks and Regards
Yes but areas must be first primed with either Rust-Oleum Mathys Pegalink Universal Adhesion Primer or Rust-Oleum PVDF Primer.
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