International Intergard 2510
International Intergard 2510 is a two component epoxy anti-corrosive primer pigmented with zinc phosphate, for use on properly prepared surfaces both in new construction and as an industrial maintenance primer for a wide range of anti-corrosive coatings systems.
International Intergard 2510 is a two component epoxy anti-corrosive primer pigmented with zinc phosphate, for use on properly prepared surfaces both in new construction and as an industrial maintenance primer for a wide range of anti-corrosive coatings systems. International Intergard 2510 is for use in the offshore, petrochemical, chemical, pulp and paper and bridge industries.
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|Barry shaw on 11/10/2017|
Question: Hi there this has been applied to steel on a job were doing,what system is compatible for bringing the steel to a finish? It's to be one coat undercoat & a top finish of gloss ral 7047
Is it a certain make of paint or is any paint compatible with it?
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