D-ACT | Surface Preparation
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Surface Preparation

Poor surface preparation can have the following consequences and problems:

  • Peeling off
  • Rust, Corrosion
  • Blister
  • Pinhole
  • Orange peel
  • Loss of gloss
  • Low Quality

 

  • Cleaning 
    • Remove oils, grease, dirt and contaminate from substrate with degreaser TX-05  or Jet stream
  • Sanding
    • Removes all loose mill scale, rust, paint, and other foreign matter by chipping, scraping, sanding, and wire brushing.
  • Grit blast 
    • process of high air pressure to drive grit with velocity to remove visible oil, grease, dust, dirt, mill scale, rust, coating, oxides, corrosion and other foreign matter free from substrate
  • What substrate what dry sanding paper grit use?
    • Steel, Stainless steel       : P 80-P 150
    • Galvanize, Aluminium   : P 150-P 240
    • Fiber-Glass                       : P 240-P 320
    • paint                                   : P 150-P 320
  • Surface Preparation Tips
    • Degrease after sanding every time
    • What substrate what sand paper grit?
    • Choose the right primer for substrate