Use Zinc Cold Galvanizing or Zinc Phosphate for steel and iron surfaces above or below the water line.
Zinc phosphate primer may be top-coated with two epoxies or left as-is.
- Ideal for aluminum surfaces above or below the water line
- Excellent resistance to the marine environment
- Outstanding durability and abrasion-resistance
- 12 oz. net weight
Like most US companies throughout the marine, automotive, and aviation industries, Moeller offers a nonchromate alternative as an engine primer. Zinc phosphate is simple to use and delivers comparable performance in the marine environment.
Moeller’s Zinc Phosphate Primer
Our self-etching phosphate primer is chromate-free and chemically bonds with aluminum and steel to form a corrosion-resistant base coat. It exceeds 800 hours of the 5% salt spray corrosion test, and is ideal for spot repair of damaged coatings. Best of all, Moeller’s zinc phosphate primer performs as well as the zinc chromate of old, and makes an excellent—and safe—alternative.
Salt Spray Corrosion Verification
Moeller verified the performance of zinc phosphate through salt spray corrosion testing, a standardized method used to compare materials and coatings in a corrosive environment. Because the test results are repeatable—and accurately reflect field conditions—the process is widely used throughout the military, as well as in the the marine, automotive, aircraft, and equipment manufacturing industries.
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