MARVEL AP PRIMER is a low-solids, single-component curing primer designed for use in the Paints and Coatings industry. It has a 10% active ingredient content and is formulated to achieve a positive cure at room temperature. The primer has low viscosity, allowing it to penetrate masonry, concrete substrates, and even metal surfaces effectively. It is a valuable product for preparing various surfaces before applying coatings or paints.

Supplied By: Marvel Industrial Coatings

Product Code: H14896

Regional Availability: Canada

Product Type: 1K (1 component) Coating, Primer

Compatible Substrates & Surfaces: Metal

Features: Good Penetration, Low Viscosity, Room Temperature Curing

Application Method: Brush, Roll Coater, Spray

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    Identification & Functionality

    Features & Benefits

    Applications & Uses

    Application Method
    Compatible Substrates & Surfaces
    Recommended Applications
    • It should be applied in one coat using spray roller or brush.
    • For spray, Graco’s 390 airless sprayer and FTX gun (or similar) can be used, processed at 500-1000 psi and at ambient temperature.
    • Avoid letting the primer pool on horizontal surfaces.
    Surface Preparation
    • The substrate must be clean and dry, free from all dirt, grease and loose materials.
    • For concrete and toile surfaces, steam cleaning or power washing with a detergent is recommended.
    • The surface should also be etched with a concrete etcher, such as muriatic acid to produce a porous surface for the primer to bond to.

    Packaging & Availability

    Packaging Type
    Regional Availability
    • Canada

    Storage & Handling

    Storage Conditions
    • Containers should be kept tightly closed to prevent moisture contamination.
    • Do not reseal if contamination is suspected. Use of a dry nitrogen blanket for partial drums is recommended.
    • Storage temperatures should be maintained between 77°F and 95°F (25°C-35°C).
    • For best resuts, this product should not be allowed to freeze, although it may be re-heated in a well ventilated oven for a period of time to re- liquify solid particles.
    • To avoid product degradation, product temperature during re-heating should not exceed 140°F (60°C).
    • Exposure to temperatures over 400°F (204°C) can create excessive pressure potentially causing containers to rupture.
    Handling Information
    • Do not breathe aerosol or vapors. Exposure to vapors of heated MDI can be dangerous.
    • Avoid contact with skin and eyes. Handle in a well ventilated work space.
    • To heat product properly, use well ventilated convection ovens, drum rollers or other methods that distribute heat evenly.
    • Avoid using drum heaters or other heat sources that may cause excessive local heating.
    • These products can be used to prepare a variety of polyurethane products.
    • Polyurethanes are organic materials and must be considered combustible.