Rustoleum - Mathys - Noxyde
A single component, rust preventative water-based acrylic elastomeric coating. Sold in a five gallon pail.
This self priming, high build coating is designed for minimally prepared sound rusted or clean steel in mild to moderate industrial environments. Two coats are required. It can also be used on concrete, and the excellent elongation properties of 200% make it suitable for bridging small cracks. Noxyde is not recommended for exposure to most hydrocarbon solvents.
Noxyde is suitable for over-coating previous coating systems that are in good sound condition. It can also be used as an alternative to coating systems which require abrasive blast cleaning of the substrate prior to application. It has demonstrated comparable performance to zinc/epoxy coating system without the need to abrasive blast clean.
The Coatings Research Institute in Belgium has certified that Noxyde fulfills the requirements for a corrosivity class C5-M High as defined by ISO Standard 12944. This is a severe Marine Environment.
This coating complies with USDA FSIS regulatory sanitation performance standards for food establishment facilities
A topcoat is optional. Noxyde has a light after tack, which can result in slight dirt accumulation. Topcoat if a higher final gloss is desired.
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Noxyde is self-priming when applied to minimally prepared rusted steel and aged galvanized steel.
Exceptions include: NEW GALVANIZED STEEL, SMOOTH METALS, SMOOTH CONCRETE AND EXISTING COATINGS: Prime with Noxyde thinned 20% with fresh water. Apply a tack coat 1.5- 2.0 mils (37.5-50μ) dry, 2.5-3.5 (62.5-75μ) wet. Allow tack coat to dry 1-1.5 hours before application of full coat.
ALL SURFACES: Remove all dirt, grease, oil, salt or other contaminants by washing the surface with Krud Kutter® Original Cleaner Degreaser, detergent, or other suitable cleaner per Solvent Cleaning Standard (SSPC-SP1). Rinse thoroughly with fresh water and allow to fully dry. Thoroughly cured, hard or glossy previous coatings which are very smooth may require scuff sanding to maximize adhesion.
Hand tool (SSPC-SP-2) or power tool (SSPC-SP-3) clean to remove loose rust, scale and deteriorated coatings to obtain a sound rusted surface. A rusted surface is considered to be sound when rust can no further be removed by scraping the surface by hand using a dull putty knife under moderate pressure.
The surface may also be prepared by the use of High Pressure Water Cleaning (HP WC), minimum pressure 5,000 psi, in accordance to SSPC-SP WJ-4/NACE WJ-4 Light Cleaning.
Apply only when air and surface temperatures are between 46-130°F (8-55°C) and surface is at least 5°F (3°C) above dew point. The relative humidity should not be greater than 80%. The published recoat time may be extended when the relative humidity is greater than 70%. A minimum of two coats are required for a total minimum dry film thickness of 14 mils, (350μ). Apply two coats alternating color between coats to ensure complete hide and coverage.
NOTE: For best results, Noxyde must be airless spray applied.
BRUSH/ROLLER: Touch up and spot priming only. Use a good quality synthetic bristle brush/ synthetic nap roller cover.
PAINT MITT: Use only for cable application. Published DFT must be met. Extra coats may need to be applied to reach recommended DFT.
AIR-ATOMIZED SPRAY: Not Recommended
|2,500 psi (min)
THINNING: Normally not required. Thin 20% with clean fresh water when using as a prime coat on non-porous or smooth concrete or metal surfaces.
CLEAN-UP: Water. Use Krud Kutter® Original Cleaner Degreaser or soap and water if material begins to dry.