SKU: Aervoe 7007

Aervoe 7007 13 oz. Cold Galvanize Coating 93% Zinc Rich



• (1) 13 oz. Galvanize coating

• 93% pure zinc in dry film
• Meets performance requirements of MIL-P-46105(MR), MIL-P-21035B, and DOD-P-21035A
• Withstands 2000 hours of 5% salt spray testing (ASTM B-117)
• Light gray, matte finish
• Zinc sacrifices itself to protect the base metal surface
• Provides protection equal to or better than hot-dipped galvanizing
• Outstanding weld-through primer

• Container Size: 16 oz.
• Net Weight: 13 oz.
• Benefits: Meets multiple performance requirements of ASTM, MIL, and DOD specifications (see “Specifications”). Acceptable as a coating in federally inspected meat and poultry plants for application to structural surfaces or surfaces where there is a possibility of incidental food contact. It acts as both a metallic primer and single coat for iron, steel, and their welds. It may be the final protective coating or it may be top coated with Aervoe’s DTM water-based Rust Proofing paint
• Application: Use on damaged galvanized surfaces, structural steel, automobiles, guard rails, bridges, TV and radio towers, welded joints, storage tanks, signs and sign posts, equipment (farming, mining & construction, power plant, railroad, offshore, etc.), gutters, pipelines, transformers, and corrugated metal buildings. Ideal for industrial type applications in the aviation, marine, petroleum and manufacturing fields.

The leader in the industry in corrosion prevention. Can be easily sprayed, brushed, or dipped onto any metal surface. Its zinc-rich formula is designed for permanent protection. Crown's premium Cold Galvanize Coating 93% Zinc Rich provides corrosion protection to ferrous metal surfaces; first as a longlived coating of practically pure Zinc comparable to that obtained by galvanization and second, through sacrificial anodization. Both aerosol and bulk use metallic zinc dust that is 97% pure, which leaves 93% zinc in the dry film. The zinc fuses to metal substrates for protection equal to or better than hot-dipped galvanizing. This protection becomes effective when the surface is scratched, broken, or corrupted. With the presence of moisture the Zinc coating will corrode while continuing to protect the metal it covers.