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|Jotun No. 17 Thinners - 5 Litre||£38.50|
|Jotun No. 17 Thinners - 20 Litre||£122.55|
£108.65 – £236.60
- Designed for severe corrosive environments
- Pre-qualified in NORSOK system 1
- Includes Hardener
Jotun Barrier is a two-component polyamide cured zinc rich epoxy coating.
Who’s Jotun Barrier for
Jotun Barrier is to be used as a primer in atmospheric environments and is suitable for carbon steel, repair of inorganic zinc silicate coating and damaged galvanised steel substrates. It is used for structural steel and piping to be exposed to highly corrosive environments and recommended for refineries, power plants, bridges, mining equipment and general structural steel. Jotun Barrier is specially designed as a primer in coating systems where extended durability is required.
Jotun Barrier can be applied using airless spray or a brush is recommended for stripe coating and small areas with care taken to achieve the specified dry film thickness.
Pros & Cons of Jotun Barrier
– Extended durability
– High zinc dust containing
– Provides very good corrosion protection
– Suitable for exterior exposure in offshore environment below 120°C
– Need to Mix Both Parts
– Needs to be used within 2 Hours of being mixed (at 23 ºC)
Costs of Jotun Barrier
Jotun Barrier would normally cost between £12 and £21 per litre. The only factor that affects this is the quantity purchased.
|Dry Film Thickness||25-75 µm|
|Wet Film Thickness||45-140 µm|
|Theoretical Spreading Rate||21.2-7.1 M²/L|
|Surface (touch) Dry @ 23ºC||10 Minutes|
|Walk-On-Dry @ 23ºC||1.5 Hours|
|Dried/Cured for Service @ 23 ºC||5 Days|
This information is given to the best of Jotun’s knowledge based on lab testing and experience