Chlorinated Rubber Paint
Quarter Quantity: 1, Liters
Gallon Quantity: 4, Liters
Drumi Quantity: 16, Liters
Happilac Chlorinated Rubber Paint is a protective finish and applied on the surfaces where protection against chemicals, damp and mould is required.
- Resistant to Mild chemical attack
- Resistant to fungal growth
- Long lasting and durable coating
- Good protection against alkali
Happilac Chlorinated Rubber Paint is a protective finish and applied on surfaces where protection against chemicals, dampness, and mold is required. It is formulated for the conditions where conventional paint may fail. It is
flexible and bears good resistance against both acidic and alkaline conditions.
Appropriate and good surface preparation significantly increases the topcoat life and durability. Deploy
skilled/experienced individuals for the application of paint.
The surface to be painted must be dry, clean, and free from all contamination. Remove dirt, grease, and waxy material. Scuff with suitable sandpaper, dust off, and apply Happilac Red Oxide Primer or Happilac Zinc Chromate Primer on all metal surfaces to prevent rusting. Apply Happilac Undercoat if necessary. Let the surface completely dry and then apply 2-3 coats of Happilac Chlorinated Rubber Paint.
Health and Safety
- When applying paint, wear appropriate eye protection.
- In case of eye contact with the product, rinse with plenty of water for at least 10 minutes.
- Don’t breathe spray mist or dust.
- Ensure proper ventilation when applying paint.
- If swallowed, it may cause serious damage.
- When empty, don’t use its container for edible storage.
- Place out of reach of the children.
- Pregnant women are advised to avoid breathing paint mist or spray.
- In case of any emergency, undergo medical supervision as soon as possible.
WARNING: Scraping/sanding off previously painted surfaces may release lead dust or fumes. Lead is highly toxic; take protective measures thoroughly when rubbing off old surfaces.
- Drying time may vary depending on the weather and drying conditions.
- Ensure the correct primer or sealers are used