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Flag Advanced Technologies Universal Primer is a water-based primer-sealer for interior and exterior areas.
The primer offers low-odour application and quick-drying convenience to promote adhesion on difficult surfaces.
It effectively primes, seals and blocks stains for a wide variety of interior and exterior surfaces.
Flag is a ‘bond coat’ primer, which is great for hard-to-stick surfaces and offers excellent adhesion with minimal preparation.
Ideal for preventing rust formation when applied over clean ferrous metal such as iron and steel.
Universal Primer contains a biocide that protects the dried coating against fungal degradation, making it ideal for high-humidity areas such as bathrooms and utility rooms.
It offers effective resistance to fungal degradation on the underside and surface of the primer film, prolonging the life of your paint finish.
Before application, the surface should be stable, firm, dry and free of dust, sand, loose old paint, dirt, grease and oil. Do not apply in temperatures below 10-degree centigrade.
Touch dry within 30 minutes. Over-coating can take place after an hour.
Theoretical spreading rate is a approximately 10 sq. metres per litre.
Full product data sheets and safety data sheets are available on request.
Area of use: Interior/Areas of High Humidity
Substrates: Plaster, wood, concrete, painted surfaces
Volume solids: 38%
Theoretical spreading rate: Approx. 10 sq. metres per litre
Specific Gravity: 1.40
Flash point: N/A
Dry to touch: 30 minutes
Over-coating time: 1 hour
Application method: Brush / Roller / Spray
*Minimum DFT 75µm, adjust accordingly for rough surfaces
Cleaning of tools: Water
Surface Condition: The surface should be stable, firm, dry and free of dust, sand, loose old paint, dirt, grease and oil. Do not apply in temperatures below 10 degree centigrade.
*The theoretical spreading rate has been calculated for the stated volume solids and dry film thickness. A practical spreading rate will depend on the actual dry film thickness, the nature of the substrate, and the relevant consumption factor. The physical constants are subject to normal manufacturing tolerances.