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No Nonsense Zinc Galvanising Spray Paint Silver 400ml (40801)

Quick-drying, spot-weldable primer coat to prevent corrosion. Use to treat galvanised and untreated steel. Covers approx. 3.75²/Ltr.

  • Tack-Free in 20-30 mins Dependent Upon Conditions
  • Good Filling Properties
  • High Adhesion
  • Petrol & Chemical-Resistant
  • Weather-Resistant

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No Nonsense Zinc Galvanising Spray Paint Silver 400ml is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 47.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Galvanising spray paint Inexpensive zinc spray. Excellent coverage and unlike some other reviews state, this product is a bright silver colour. Keep the can warm, shake it well, both before & during the spraying process & the spray nozzle works very well - I didn't experience any nozzle blockages, or blobs, just a good mist spray.. As I've only just applied this paint I can't comment on the durability or longevity of the coating, but it appears to do the job as described on the tin, with absolutely "No Nonsense"
Date published: 2016-10-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good paint To avoid blockages shake well before you start and invert the can at the end of spraying. Colour is grey more than silver but is a proper galv. Preparation of the surface is the key to getting proper coating and finish
Date published: 2016-10-27
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Another blocked nozzle? The first can I bought lasted about 5 seconds then wouldn't spray. Screwfix replaced no quibble. The second can seemed fine and enabled me to complete my first job. Yesterday I started another project (about 6 months later) which required this spray and as the can is two thirds full I thought great. I was just getting to the end of the first coat and again it just stopped. I have no idea if the can is designed to be used months apart but if not seems very wasteful. All in the finish and quality of the product is great but I can't recommend due to two can's stopping working.
Date published: 2016-09-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good coverage Cost effective zinc spray. Good coverage and unlike some other reviews didn't experience any nozzle blockages. As others have said its more a grey colour than silver but matches the already weathered galv nearby.
Date published: 2016-09-13
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can it be used up to certain temperature?
15 Nov 2016
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Hello scottydog14,

You can use this product on alloy materials and it can be used as a top coat if you wish or other colours/paints can be applied if required. The Zinc spray is intended for use as a primer, so no other primers will be necessary.

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Hello Chidge.

The no-nonsense zinc galvanising spray paint in silver cannot be used as an undercoat on a log burner, as the spray paint cannot stand that sort of heat, ideal for radiators.

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13 Jun 2016
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I'm trying to discover whether it's suitable for underwater marine use.
15 May 2016
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Hello Farmerart,

I can confirm that product 40801 is not epoxy based.

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16 May 2016
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Weld Through Primer?

Searched for weld through primer, can this actually be welded through with mig?
2 Mar 2016
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Yes it is ok as a weld through zinc primer even with little 150 hobby mig set to higher amps say 120 +, minimal burn back to dried paint. Doesn't do so good on 0.8mm car body steel resto work because of low amps used tacking just needs the edge of new panel cleaned off first, but at least any overlap joints are protected internally. VFM yes now have my store stocked up and its the cheapest ok zinc on the market, works for me.
7 Jul 2016
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Hi Sarb, There is a customer review which says 'Used as a weld through primer for MIG and more importantly Spot welder performs well '. I have spoken with the manufacturer and they were unable to confirm it's suitability although it does say 'spot-weldable' on the tin and so does conduct electricity and so you would expect it to be fine with MIG.
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Specification
Brand No Nonsense
Coating & Finishes Drying Time Tack-Free in 20-30 mins Dependent Upon Conditions
Coating & Finishing Type Matt
Coating Finishing Volume 400 ml
Colour Silver
Coverage Per Litre 3.75 m² per litre
Manufacturer Guarantee 1 Year Guarantee
Pack Size 1
Parent Colour Silver
Pieces in Pack/Case 1
Pieces in Pack/Case 1
Product Type Zinc Galvanising Spray Paint

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