Teamac Chlorvar Chlorinated Rubber Paint
Teamac Chlorvar Chlorinated Rubber Paint is a versatile product to provide outstanding protection against chemicals, acids and aqueous solutions on metal, wood and asbestos.
- Ideal for swimming pools
- Acid resistant
- Chemical resistant
- Salt water resistant
- Interior or exterior
Teamac Chlorvar Chlorinated Rubber Paint is a modified chlorinated rubber finish coat for use over Metaclor Underwater CR Primer, also available from Rawlins Paints.
One of the reasons why it is such a versatile rubber paint is that it is resistant to salt water, and a wide range of chemicals and acids.
Often used as a gloss finish, Chlorvar Chlorinated Rubber Paint will give protection in moderate to severe corrosive atmospheres.
- Swimming pools
- Marine applications
Surface Preparation and Application
Before application, all surfaces should be clean, smooth and any damage or loose materials fixed and removed – this includes stains, algae, mould and oil. It is also advised that prior to application, the moisture content of the concrete surface should be below 14%.
To create a good key for the paint, concrete and render needs to be treated with an acid etch. Coo-Var have a suitable product for this, and it will remove any dirt and laitance from the surface prior to painting.
The surface will also need priming before any un-thinned coatings are applied. To do this, apply a thinned coat of Teamac Chlorvar (approx. 10%).
If the surfaces have previously been painted with this product and are in good condition, then a thorough cleaning, along with a roughening up of the surface will help the fresh coating to adhere better.
If the surface has ‘perished’ coatings of Chlorvar, it is advised to remove and strip back the coating, mechanically, and the fresh coat treated as a new substrate and applied as above.
Always mix this product well before use and where possible provide adequate ventilation in confined spaces, both during the application and drying periods.
Further information is available in downloadable data-sheets from the manufacturer, Teamac.
Please note: Not to be used over conventional paint systems as there may be compatibility issues, test a small area first before full application.
Look at our blog post on How to Paint a Swimming Pool with Teamac Chlorvar Chlorinated Rubber Paint.
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.|
|Les O\'Neill on 30/07/2018|
I am quoting for a battery room floor, the existing paint has flaked in places and needs stripping off and repainting can you tell me what materials I need to repaint. The floor area is 27 square metres. Your advice would be appreciated. Regards, Les O'Neill.
Assuming you wish to protect the floor from Sulphuric Acid our 310 Chemical Resistant Coating would be our recommendation. This offers excellent resistance up to 99% concentrate of Sulphuric Acid.
Remove all of the existing failing coating, prime the concrete floor area with 1 coat of 401 Epoxy Floor Primer followed by 2 coats of 310 Chemical Resistant Coating.
Based on 27m² you would require 10kg of 401 Epoxy Floor Primer and 20kg of 310 Chemical Resistant Coating.
|James Hughes on 04/06/2018|
Is there a complete list of items the paint will bond to. I want to paint over layers of mdf wood and Eva foam but if that won’t work I can perhaps add a layer of material over the wood and Eva so that the paint bonds better. Any recommendations much appreciated
There isn’t an exhaustive list of what the Teamac Chlorvar Chlorinated Rubber can be applied, but we believe adhesion to EVA would be poor without pre-treatment. If you can advise what options you have as an alternative for the Teamac Chlorvar Chlorinated Rubber to be applied to we can advise suitability.
|Gavin on 11/07/2017|
Question: Hi I have walls around a swimming pool in a leisure centre to paint. Is this stuff ideal? And can I spray it using a graco airless?
|John on 19/06/2017|
Question: Is this paint heat resistant,as the acid in the tank we need to paint has a working temperature of 70 deg c.thank you .if it doesn't do you have a rubberised acid resistant paint that does?
Teamac Chlorvar Chlorinated Rubber Paint would not be suitable for this application. If you contact our Technical Department with the concentration and type of acid we should be able to offer a suitable coating.
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