All Weather Galvanizing Compound with 644 Square Feet Coverage, Flat Matte Gray, 1 gal.
- Item # 24A434
- My Part #
- Mfr. Model # FZ-200
- Catalog Page # 2426
- UNSPSC # 31211506
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- Item Galvanizing Compound
- Color Matte Gray
- Size 1 gal.
- Coverage 644 Square Feet
- Resin Type Organic
- Base Type Zinc Rich
- Paint Color Family Grays
- Paint Primer, Sealers & Rust Reformers Item Galvanizing Compound
- Paint,Primer Surface Material Galvanized Iron,Galvanized Steel
- Paint Brush
- Primer Application Method Brush
- Paint and Primer Finish Flat
- Dry Time 15-30 Minutes
- Standards ASTM 780
- For Use With Bare Steel
- Features ASTM 780
- Exposure Conditions All Weather
- Application Temperature Above Freezing
- Dry Time Tack Free 15 Minutes
- Dry Time Recoat 24-48 Hours
- VOC Content 4.13 lb/gl
Compliance and Restrictions
Hazardous material - Other Regulated Material
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