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Product Description & uses: Roofshield is a superior self-priming roof paint especially formulated for protection of galvanized roofs and general exterior/interior steelwork. Will withstand expansion and contraction of the substrate in severe and changing climatic conditions. Being non-toxic, Roofshield can be applied on roofs and sloping surfaces/gutters etc. from which rainwater is collected for drinking purposes.
Characteristics: Made from the finest light-fast pigments ground in special oil medium to produce a durable gloss finish.
Advantages: Excellent adhesion to GCI Sheets. Contains lead-free anti-corrosive pigment and can be applied direct on clean, dry, new and weathered galvanized roofs without the need for primer. Highly flexible. Non toxic. Excellent hiding power.
Application: By brush or spray on corrugated surfaces. Can also be applied by roller on flat surfaces.
Thinning & Mixing: Supplied ready for use but where necessary and for spray application can be thinned with Crown White Spirit. Avoid overthinning. Stir well before use.
Drying Times: Recoatable in 36 hours (see note 1 below)
Spreading Capacity: 10-13 m2/l when applied to smooth, non-porous surfaces.
Equipment Cleaner: Crown White Spirit.
Colour range: Green, Red Oxide and Cornflower. Limited colour range available on request.
Pack Sizes: 1 litre, 4 litres and 20 litres.
Availability: By arrangement with Crown Paints in Nairobi and depots in Mombasa and Kisumu.
Weathered Galvanized Surfaces/GCI Sheets: Prepare surface (Refer Surface Preparation Data Sheet SP.3)
New (unweathered) Galvanized Surfaces/GCI Sheets: Degrease and prepare surface (Refer Surface Preparation Data Sheet SP 3). Apply 2 coats of Crown Roofshield (See Note 1)
Previously Painted roof Sheets & Metal Work: Prepare Surface. Apply 1 coat or 2 coats of Crown Roofshield. (See Note1).
Note 1: The unique chemical characteristics of Roofshield, designed to offer exceptional adhesion and flexibility, necessitates delayed hardening of the film. As a result a minimum of 36 hours should be allowed between coats.
For health & safety information, please refer to our Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS)