|Shelf Life||2 years|
|Can Size||16 ounces|
|Net weight per can||14 ounces|
|Packaging||Aerosol cans or 5 gallon pails|
|Drying time||Tack dry in 15 minutes; repaint in 6 hours; full cure in 24-48 hours|
|For use on||All metal surfaces, including wire|
|Propellant||Liquid petroleum gas|
|Flammability||Extremely flammable spray|
|NFPA Fire rating||Level 3 aerosol|
|Color||Gray viscous liquid|
|Solubility in water||Negligible|
|Avoid contact with||Halogen gases, strong oxidizing agents, acids, alkaline hydroxides|
|Storage recommendation||Store in a cool, dry area away from heat or open flame|
|Safety measures||Avoid contact with eyes and skin. Apply product in well ventilated area|
When applying zinc coating, the surface should be clean and free of oil, dust, or old paint and any loose rust or corrosion should be removed using a wire brush. Shake can vigorously until agitator ball rattles and then for one minute after to ensure that all the zinc is in suspension. Hold can at least 10 inches from metal surface and spray with a sweeping motion.
Zin Kote 601 dries to touch within 15 minutes. If additional coats of the product or paint are desired, allow Zin Kote 601 to dry for 6 hours before reapplying. Several thin coats are more effective than one heavy coat. After initial application of Zin Kote 601, a suitable topcoat can be used when desired.
After applying, invert can and spray a few short bursts to clear valve.
This product leaves a grey finish that blends with existing hot dip surfaces. This pure zinc is excellent for spot treating when complete coverage is not feasible.
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