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Primer and Rust Treatment System
From: £24.99
£29.99 (inc. VAT)
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alternative to Galvafroid
From: £20.69
£24.83 (inc. VAT)
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Customer review: "Just bought some Galvafroid anti-rust paint, the best you can get."

£75.99
£91.19 (inc. VAT)
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High quality two pack product that demonstrates excellent adhesion to various substrates.
From: £18.09
£21.71 (inc. VAT)
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DISCONTINUED - see Zinga, Galvafroid or T927 for alternatives
£69.54
£83.45 (inc. VAT)
£15.87
£19.04 (inc. VAT)
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Single pack water-based elastomeric coating based on a silane modified acrylic binder with superior adhesion and corrosion protection.
£227.49
£272.99 (inc. VAT)

This product requires an activator. Select 9-070, 9-080 or 9-075 from related products below.

From: £20.79
£24.95 (inc. VAT)
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£18.76 (inc. VAT)
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£234.46 (inc. VAT)
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£56.45
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On-site alternative coating to Galvanising. Usages at Solar farms, on and off-shore applications.
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£25.87 (inc. VAT)
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£126.38
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Zingalufer (formerly known as Alufer N) is a one-component polyurethane sealer used over Zinga and Aquazinga.
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£33.79 (inc. VAT)
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Zinc paints are for galvanising, which is the coating of steel or iron with zinc. This is done to prevent rusting of the ferrous item. The value of galvanising stems from the corrosion resistance of zinc, which, under most service conditions, is considerably greater than that of iron and steel. The zinc serves as a sacrificial anode, so that it cathodically protects exposed steel. This means that even if the coating is scratched or abraded, the exposed steel will still be protected from corrosion by the remaining zinc.