MIL-P-21035 Paint High Zinc Dust Content, Galvanizing Repair

This specification covers a high zinc dust content paint for regalvanizing welds in galvanized steels.

SKU: 21035. Category: .

Product Description

An organic type paint which produces a film containing high metallic zinc in contact with the steel. Like galvanizing, this zinc is electrically conductive, thereby preventing corrosion electro-chemically. It is also suitable as a finish coat on all ferrous and galvanized surfaces. Available in Type I or Type II (Low VOC).

Note: please refer to the appropriate technical performance specification, MIL-P-21035, and applicable technical documents under the MSDS/Documents Tab.

Classification

Paint covered by this specification is of the following types, as specified:

Type. The types of coatings are as follows:

Type I – Paint for use in air pollution control districts where solvents must conform to the South Coast Air Quality Management District Rule 102.
Type II – Paint for use in air pollution control districts where solvent content is limited to a maximum of 295 grams of volatile organic content (VOC) per liter of paint.

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Military Performance Specification MIL-P-21035
Technical Data Sheet (TDS)- MIL-P-21035B

Also Known As:

» MIL-P-21035
» MIL-P-21035A
» MIL-P-21035B

SURFACE PREPARATION

Surface must be clean, dry and free of all contamination before application of primer.
STEEL: Surface must be clean and free of all oil, grease and foreign material. Badly rusted or pitted steel should be cleaned by commercial sandblasting and primed the same day.

 

MIXING INSTRUCTIONS

Combine 1 gallon of vehicle to pre-measured gallon of zinc dust(approximately 15 Pounds) by slowly mixing the zinc dust portion into the vehicle while under constant agitation. Mix thoroughly to disperse any lumps of zinc dust that may form while combining. After complete mixing, strain the admixed material before application.

 

APPLICATION & REDUCTION

Chemsol’s MIL-P-21035B Zinc Dust Primer can be applied by brush, roll or spray. Thin with Synthetic Reducer or Xylene up to one pint per gallon or as needed for proper atomization.