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Metal primer ME902
for concretepolymerbituminous

metal primer
metal primer
metal primer
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for concrete, for metal
polymer, bituminous, synthetic
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ME901 Butyl & Bitumen Primer is a brush applied polymer solution for use with illbruck butyl and bitumen tapes and membranes. ME902 Butyl & Bitumen Spray Primer serves as a bonding agent and primer for the application of illbruck membranes incorporating butyl and bitumen adhesives. Easy spray application Increases final bond strength Improves adhesion of illbruck membranes Short drying time USE IN WELL VENTILATED CONDITIONS and ensure ail recommended protective equipment is worn during handling & use of this product. For full recommendation, refer to safety data sheet. No spécial préparation is required, however, surfaces should be sound. Best results will be achieved on dry, dust and grease free surfaces. Paint residues and impregnating agents must be removed from the adhésion surface. Minimum application temperature -5°C. Spray evenly and thoroughly onto the substrate. If the wetting of the surface is insufficient, repeat the process. Highly absorbent, dusty substrates or very rough surfaces should be primed using a brush with ME901 Butyl & Bitumen Primer brush grade. Cover adjacent surfaces, illbruck PU foam and floor coverings or décorative surfaces before spraying. Protect the sprayed surface from dust, moisture, etc. If the spray nozzle clogs, clean with a cloth and illbruck PU foam gun cleaner AA290. The tape or membrane may be applied after approximately 10 mins at 20°C and after approximately 40 mins at-5°C. Once the membrane is applied, consolidate the bond with the use of a seam roller.
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