Manor Coating Systems High Build Vinyl Custom Mixed Colours 5L
Rapid drying, single pack, solvent based coating with excellent adhesion direct to steel and galvanising (direct to galv). No need for etch primer or mordant solution. Hi-Build Vinyl has outstanding adhesion, dries to a tough, semi-matt, flexible coating which resists chipping and flaking.
Manor Hi Build Vinyl Cladding Coating is a single coat, self priming, low sheen, anti-corrosive topcoat for metal cladding and galvanised fencing. Extensively used by Sainsbury's, Tesco, Asda, B&Q etc on exterior cladding projects.
Manor Hi Build Vinyl Cladding Coating is a rapid drying, high performance, one coat, self priming, low sheen top coat that is also anti corrosive and self priming. Manor Hi Build Vinyl Cladding Coating gives a tough and flexible film with remarkable adhesion to many difficult substrates.
Manor Hi Build Vinyl Cladding Coating is designed for use on metal railing and fencing as it adheres directly to galvanised steel without any need for mordant solution or etch primers. Manor Hi Build Vinyl Cladding Coating can be used instead of an etch primer on some metals and as a patch primer for ferrous and non ferrous metals.
Manor Hi Build Vinyl Cladding Coating can be applied to galvanised metal or steel using a brush or airless spray. Manor Hi Build Vinyl Cladding Coating will be touch dry in 20 minutes and 1 hour recoat when sprayed and overnight when brushed or rolled.
In order to achieve consistent appearance care must be taken when applying the metallic (Ral 9006 and Ral 9007 coatings). It is also advised that metallic finishes are applied by spay and not by brush or roller.
Surface and Environment
Manor Hi Build Vinyl Cladding Coating is suitable for galvanised metal such as metal cladding and galvanised fencing, or structural steel. The surface must be clean and free from grease as well as being lightly abraded before application.
To thin use Manor Industrial Thinners or Manor Fast Flash Thinners. See related products below.
This product has poor chemical resistance, so caution should be used if coated item is likely to be subjected to chemical exposure for example strong cleaning fluid, fuels, solvents etc.