**Note: Quart Kit is pictured**
This green heavy duty chemical and solvent resistant amine cured primer from Stits is fast drying and corrosion inhibiting. It can be applied and cured to temperatures down to 35°F. Mixing ratio is 2 parts base, 1 part catalyst.
Catalyst use: An amine resin in a solvent blend for use in EP-420 Epoxy Primer according to directions on the base component listing. Mixing ratio is 2 parts base, 1 part catalyst.
Reducer use: A blend of solvents for use in EP-420 Epoxy Primer according to the directions in the base component listing. Reduce 50%.
Stits Epoxy Primer Kit Green includes EP-420 Epoxy Primer, EP-430 Epoxy Primer Catalyst, and E-500 Epoxy Reducer. Available in quart or gallon sized kits.
Important Notice: All mixed paints are special order and are non-returnable.
WARNING: The product may contain and/or expose you to a chemical(s) or substance(s) which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm. www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
Im sure the product was in good shape at time of shipping and due to the way it was packaged three out of the four containers were damaged from being dropped. I had to transfer liquid to other containers so to avoid leaking.
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The maximum pot life of the epoxy green primer is 7 hours at 70 degrees F. Discard materials when viscosity increases or becomes stringy between the fingers. There is no tech data sheet that says if it ages or cracks but this particular epoxy primer will not shrink like a polyester primer would.
The kit components are as follows:
The answer is yes. All one needs to do is (clean, waiting long enough for the surface to dry) scuff and shoot.
Yes, but that it is not structural in nature.
Epoxy primer does NOT contain any isocyanates and it can be sprayed with a cartridge respirator that has organic vapor cartridges.