Chrome Hazard Free Epoxy Primer CM0483787


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AEROSPACE COATINGS PRODUCT DATA Chrome Hazard Free Epoxy Primer CM0483787 Provides corrosion protection without the use of chromate, which makes it safer for the environment and applicator. Excellent wet edge. Ideal for a large surface application area. Flows out to a nice, smooth surface. Provides excellent substrate opacity. Ideal for commercial aircraft, business jets, and general aviation. Designed to work with Sherwin-Williams topcoat systems. High square coverage per gallon. Contains less than 2.9 lbs. of VOC per mixed gallon or 350 grams per liter. Excellent topcoat gloss hold out. Qualified to SAE AMS 3095 with both Jet Glo Express™ and SKYscapes®. CM0483787 is a high performance, two-component, corrosion inhibitive Epoxy Primer which contains no chromate. It provides excellent adhesion to treated substrates and meets U.S. VOC regulations that require 2.9 lb/gal (350 g/L). Coating Properties Solids: By weight By volume Wt./Gal. Specific Gravity Color Viscosity-Sprayable Gardner Signature #2 Zahn Cup Base Component 63.1 ± 1.0 43.1 ± 1.0 11.1 ± 1.0 1.33 ± .06 Light Gray Admixed V.O.C. (Mixed 3:1:1) U.S. Exempt Solvent Non-Exempt Solvent Useable Pot Life at 77°F / 25°C Theoretical Coverage Per dry mil Per 25 microns Dry Film Weight Per dry mil Per 25 microns Shelf Life_ Shelf Life is applicable only for materials stored in unopened and undamaged original factory filled containers. Minimum Storage Temp: 40°F / 4°C Maximum Storage Temp: 100°F / 37°C CM0483787: 2 years Sherwin-Williams Aerospace Coatings • 415 E. Commerce Street • Andover, KS 67002 Tel: 316.733.7576 • Toll Free: 888.888.5593 • Fax: 316.733.1348 Revision 5, 11/06/2019, Page 1 of 2

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Al HOSJ'AJ t [Cmil ltUh, Surface Preparation To insure proper primer adhesion to the substrate, all contaminates must be removed. Depending on the type of substrate to be prepared, different methods should be used. There are a variety of processes to prepare these substrates for primer and painting. Sherwin-Williams primers are designed to go over various treatments (i.e., alclad or anodized aluminum, composite, fiberglass, magnesium, and stainless steel) as well as properly prepared metal and composite substrates. Please refer to recommendations for cleaning, application, and preparation...

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