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Acrylic Primer Paint for Metal Surfaces by JPS Coatings

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JPS Coatings offers a specially formulated acrylic primer paint for metal surfaces with their all-new Evolving Elements product range. The Australian-owned and operated company channels over 30 years' worth of expertise into the innovative line up of roof coating systems, and premium paints for professionals. As with all JPS Coatings products, Evolving Elements is developed using only high-grade materials, advanced building techniques and state-of-the-art technology.

Acrylic Primer Paint for Metal Surfaces
Evolving Elements roof coating systems are compatible with a broad range of substrates, namely concrete roofs, unglazed terracotta tiles, and even galvanised steel and Zincalume®. Developed by New Zealand Steel Limited, Zincalume® is a specially fabricated coated steel from a zinc/aluminium alloy. Zincalume® exhibits the anticorrosive properties of aluminium, along with the sacrificial anode protection of zinc. When stacked up against standard steel, the coated steel delivers exceptional performance, especially in roofing and cladding applications. Hence, Zincalume® has secured a major share of the steel building products market in New Zealand, as well as in Australia.

JPS Coatings reinforces the durability and promotes the longevity of Zincalume® coated steel with a multilayered roof coating system, which also adheres to bare iron and galvanised steel. Among the products is Evolving Elements Surface Prime Plus+, specifically formulated acrylic primer paint for metal surfaces.

Evolving Elements Surface Prime Plus+ consists of inorganic rust inhibitors and passivators, along with inert fillers. The water based acrylic coating is applied prior to subsequent topcoats, promoting their adherence and resilience.



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03 9357 6644

19 Jesica Road, Campbellfield, Vic, 3061

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03 9357 6644

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