Posted on: July 2, 2022 Posted by: Santosh Kumar Comments: 0

Using a primer before to painting can ensure that your walls and other surfaces have a smooth, even finish. They are a special kind of paint that doesn’t contain any color but nevertheless provides a solid surface for the topcoat to cling to.

Getting paint to adhere to metal is notoriously difficult. The metal surface reacts strongly with the paint & thus tends to reject any chemical connection. The issue has been addressed by the creation of best metal paint primers in India.

They are chemically innocuous to both the metal and the paint that will be covering it. These either prevent the paint from interacting with the primer or encourage a stronger connection between the primer, paint, and metal surface.

Primers for painting metal provide a smooth surface that better accepts subsequent coats of paint. In addition to providing a uniform backdrop for the paint work, metal primers conceal surface flaws such as scratches, minor corrosion, and previous paint residues.

An excellent metal paint primer, in conjunction with proper surface preparation of the metal to be painted (hot water rinse, degreasing, acid etch) will result in a faultless metal paint job.

Get your hands on the top quality metal primer today.

Metal Primer

List of Best Metal Primer In India

How To Choose the Best Metal Primer?

Which metal primer ought I to employ? We at Palatine Paints are asked a lot of this question, so of course, it’s a perfect chance to explain.

What Primer is Best for What Type of Metal?

Iron-based Metals

Iron is a component of ferrous metals, which are ubiquitous. Ferrous metals, renowned for their tensile strength, are frequently utilized in engineering, architecture, and industry, including in big constructions like bridges, home appliances, engines, and minor engineering parts. Stainless steel, cast Iron, carbon steel, steel, and wrought Iron are a few examples.

Metals That Aren’t Iron

None of the non-ferrous metals contains Iron. Copper, lead, aluminium, tin, titanium, zinc, and precious metals are a few examples of non-ferrous metals that are used frequently.

Which metal primer should I apply?

You might not even require a primer. A good topcoat of a formerly coated metal surface in good condition can be all that is required.

Here are a few metal primers along with information on their applications:

A primer in Red Oxide

Structural steelwork, external equipment, railings, gates, etc., are extensively employed in the industrial and agricultural sectors. Rust and corrosion are protected from using red oxide primer. Use it on ferrous metals prone to weather exposure, particularly cold, moisture, and humidity.

Epoxy Primer

On non-ferrous and galvanized surfaces, etching primer is applied to aid in the adherence of succeeding coats. By effectively “eating through” the “galv,” etching primer both primes and protects the surface simultaneously.

Mordant Treatment

Galvanized steel and Zintec sheeting are frequently pretreated with a mordant solution before getting painted. Phosphoric acid, which is present in it, reacts with the “galv” and turns it black. This makes it easier to see which areas have undergone treatment. Effective “firing up” of the metal surface by the mordant solution promotes top coat adherence.

Zinc Rich Primer

Zinc is what aids in shielding Iron or steel. Cold galvanizing paint with a high zinc content is sometimes referred to as “galvafroid,” a brand name. The Carbogalv zinc-rich primer from Palatine could be used as a self-finish coating applied to steel or Iron Indeed. Its high zinc concentration creates a long-lasting, highly rust-inhibiting primer.

Metal Primer with Carboxide

Our Carboxide Metal Primer is a steel and iron primer that resists corrosion. It is a wonderful option for metal gates, architectural ironwork, and metal doors since it can be utilized with various topcoats.

Quick-drying metal primer

Fast dry metal primer is a non-corrosive, solvent-based metal primer for ferrous metals such as cast and wrought iron, stainless steel, mild steel, and carbon steel. The version made by Palatine is designed specifically for spray application and dries to the touch in 15 minutes.