• Teamac Metalcote Plant Enamel
  • Teamac Metalcote Plant Enamel
  • Teamac Metalcote Plant Enamel
  • Teamac Metalcote Plant Enamel

Teamac Metalcote Plant Enamel

G115

Teamac Metalcote Plant Enamel, is a tough, flexible enamel paint with an attractive gloss finish and excellent durability. It has good resistance to lubricating, mineral oils, many common industrial chemicals and heat.

  • Good resistance to oils, chemicals and heat
  • Ideal for use on all types of machinery including tractors
  • Available in 2,400+ colours from RAL, NCS and British Standard

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Teamac Metalcote Plant Enamel is a tough, flexible enamel paint with an attractive gloss finish and excellent durability.  It has good resistance to lubricating, mineral oils, many common industrial chemicals and heat. Available in 2,400+ colours from RAL, NCS and British Standard.



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Features & Benefits


  • Good resistance to oils, chemicals and heat.
  • Ideal for use on all types of machinery including tractors.
  • Available in 2,400+ colours from RAL, NCS and British Standard



Product Specification


Technical Data
Volume Solids Approx 35%
VOC Content Max 550 g/litre
SG 0.91 to 1.08°C
Viscostity 3.0 Poise @ 25°C
Flash Point Above 32°C (closed cup)



Film Thickness Range And Coverage


Product Data
  Dry Film Thickness Wet Film Thickness Theoretical Coverage
Maximum 35 to 40 μm 85 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


Drying Times At 20°C/RH 50%
Touch Dry: 2 Hours
Dry To Handle: 8 Hours
Dry To Recoat: 8 Hours or overnight
Fully Cured: 3 - 5 Days



Low temperature and high humidity will adversely affect application, drying and performance of any coating.



Surface Preparation


  • 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.



Preceeding Coat


  • Teamac Metalcote Undercoat



Mixing


  • Mix well before use.



Application Conditions


  • 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.



Application Methods


Method Airless Spray Conventional Spray Brush Roller
  Yes No Yes Yes



  • Thinner (Max vol): Thinners 14 (10%)
  • Nozzle Size: 0.011"
  • Nozzle Pressure: 1800 to 2000 psi
  • Cleaning Solvent: Thinners 14



Health & Safety


See safety data sheet - White - SDS 10719, Black - SDS 10720, Reds and Maroons - SDS 10723, Deutz Silver - SDS 11005, Lead Chrome Yellows (Professional use only) - SDS 10722, All other Lead Chrome free colours - SDS 10721. TAL, TBL and TDL tinting bases - SDS 11071, Tyel and Tred tinting bases - SDS 11072 in attachments section above.

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Product Details
G115

Data sheet

For Use On
Metal
Application Method
Brush, Roller, Spray
Sheen
Gloss
Colour
Fully Tintable
Single, Two or Three Pack
Single
Pack Size
1L, 2.5L, 5L
Dry to Handle (at 20°C)
8 Hours
Coverage
12 m2/litre
Recommended Thinner/Cleaner
Teamac Thinner 14
Solids by Volume
Approx 35%
VOC
Max 550 g/litre
Touch Dry
2 Hours
Size
1 litre, 2.5 litre, 5 litre
Recommended Dry Film Thickness
35 to 40 μm
Attachments
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questions Sturdye on 2020-06-27 08:11:20
Question: 

Hi is the metalcote undercoat and top coat enamel, suitable for drain pipes?

Answer: 

Assuming the drain pipes are steel, clean, dry and previously painted we can recommend Teamac Metalcote Undercoat and Teamac Metalcote Plant Enamel.

If it is bare metal then we would recommend Teamac Rapidry HB Zinc Phosphate Primer followed by Teamac Metalcote Plant Enamel.

questions RobertTurner on 2020-06-16 19:51:12
Question: 

HI can i use Teamac to paint my steel narrowboat with a roller?

Answer: 

Assuming the paint is for above the waterline, the steel is dry, clean and sound we would recommend Teamac Marine Undercoat followed by Teamac Marine Gloss. This is available in many RAL and BS colours.

questions David Smith on 2018-10-22 09:10:19
Question: 

I am refurbishing a Belle cement mixer. I have removed all flaking paint and keyed original paintwork and primed all surfaces as well as bare metalwork with a grey acrylic spray primer. I want to apply further paintwork by brush as spraying is messy.I feel that your Teamac Metalcote would be good, however should i need to use your suggested undercoat before applying the top coats of gloss RAL 2004.

Answer: 

Teamac Metalcote Undercoat could be used prior to application of Teamac Metalcote Plant Enamel and would improve the finish/durability of the finished system but should you choose to, Teamac Metalcote Plant Enamel could be applied directly to your previously painted, prepared surfaces.

questions C.Hallam on 2018-04-17 13:37:49
Question: 

Can you use Teamac Metalcote Plant Enamel onRust-Oleum 3202 Galvinoleum primer

Answer: 

No, only Rust-Oleum 7500 Alkythane can be used to overcoat Rust-Oleum 3202 Galvinoleum Primer.

questions neil buckland on 2017-07-17 20:59:51
Question: What type of Thinner do I require for the Teamac Zinc Phosphate Primer and Teamac Metal Coat Enamel. Can they be thinned with water or do I require a solvent Thinner.
Answer: 

Teamac Zinc Phosphate Primer (P201) and Teamac Metalcote Plant Enamel both should be used in conjunction with Teamac Thinner 14 where required.

questions C. Flintan on 2016-02-26 13:01:38
Question: 

Can I use Teamac Metalcote Plant Enamel on top of Teamac Zinc Rich Primer?

Answer: 

Yes.

questions kevin on 2015-08-18 10:35:48
Question: 

Can I paint an engine with Teamac Metalcote Plant Enamel?

Answer: 

Yes, as long as any bare metal is primed with an appropriate Teamac primer and whatever is painted does not exceed a maximum temperature of 80°C.

  

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