CT-7571-T Corten Weathering Steel Sealer
Clear coating for Corten / Weathering Steel and bare carbon steel
Proven 5 year protection
This product has now been upgraded to the water-based formulation CT-7571-W,
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Eliminate staining of surrounding areas from unsightly runoff and stains. Rusty drips on other substrates can ruin the look of a building.
Eliminate transfer of rust to people (hands & clothing).
Extend the life of the steel by protecting from further corrosion.
Enhances the natural beauty and depth of the original finished.
Good adhesion on naturally or artificially rusted surfaces.
Self-annealing and will blend to itself to create complete protection.
Available in a Standard 90 sheen or a Satin finish.
Fully revisable or removable
Provides good levels of protection from bleaches, acids and bird droppings
Easily and fully maintainable
Provides long lasting protection
1.Prior to coating
CT-7571-T Corten / weathering steel Sealer
A crystal clear one-part air cured coating.
It is a self-levelling easy to apply product, leaving a seamless surface.
It has excellent chemical, abrasion and impact resistance above rating H4 on the scratch resistance pencil scale using the ASTM method D3363-05.
1 litre of coating gives a coverage of between 35-40 square metres.
CT-7571-T contains Anti-oxidants that will halt and seal continuation of the rusting process
CT-7571-T provides protection from, bleaches, acids, bird droppings and acid rain.
CT-7571-T Contains silver ion anti-microbial technology making it resistant to bacterial growth
The coating is extremely thin measuring only 7 to 12 microns making it virtually invisible to the naked eye.
The coating will remain flexible enabling it to move with the constant expiation and contraction of the substrate when heating and cooling. It has passed the ASTM method test D2794 for flexibility and impact at 80lbs and passed the ½” mandrel bend test.
CT-7571-T is applied directly in a one-part coating and is usually touch dry within 20 minutes in ambient temperatures.
Dry film thickness is usually 7 to 12 microns