Wash primer

  • 09-Feb-2011 01:25 EST
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Meeting SAE’s AMS 3095, Sherwin-Williams Aerospace Coatings’ two-component Wash Primer (CM0484646) is designed for pretreatment of aluminum and provides an alternative pretreatment option to chemical chromates such as Alodine and/or anodized. When used with the firm’s CM0486606 urethane primer or CM0486707 chrome hazard-free urethane primer, it is an economical alternative to other aluminum pretreatments and is environmentally sound. Designed to fight corrosion and for use in aerospace paint systems where chemical resistance and high flexibility are necessary, the wash primer can be applied using conventional air spray, HVLP, Graco electrostatic air spray, or assisted airless.

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