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Steel-It Epoxy Finish 2 Quart Kit 4907Q

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Steel-It Epoxy Finish 2 Quart Kit 4907Q

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Steel-It Epoxy Finish is a two-part polyamide epoxy that incorporates #316L stainless steel leafing pigment to create a durable, non-toxic finish.

Applied over Steel-It Epoxy Primer, the system creates a hard, metallic finish that protects against UV rays, chemicals, oils, alkalis, food acids, water immersion, abrasion, and high pressure washdowns. Steel-It Epoxy Finish is a two part primer with 1:1 mix ratio for easy application. Designed primarily for the protection of ferrous metals, the coating may also be applied to non-metals including wood, tile, glass, masonry, porcelain, plaster, fiberglass, and more. USDA approved for use in the food processing and handling industry.

May be applied using a roller, brush or spray gun. Conventional or airless spraying is the manufacturers preferred method.

This material is to be paired with Steel-It Epoxy Primer, see related products.

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Name Steel-It Epoxy Finish 2 Quart Kit 4907Q
Description Datasheet (PDF) || SDS (PDF)

Steel-It Epoxy Finish is a two-part polyamide epoxy that incorporates #316L stainless steel leafing pigment to create a durable, non-toxic finish.

Applied over Steel-It Epoxy Primer, the system creates a hard, metallic finish that protects against UV rays, chemicals, oils, alkalis, food acids, water immersion, abrasion, and high pressure washdowns. Steel-It Epoxy Finish is a two part primer with 1:1 mix ratio for easy application. Designed primarily for the protection of ferrous metals, the coating may also be applied to non-metals including wood, tile, glass, masonry, porcelain, plaster, fiberglass, and more. USDA approved for use in the food processing and handling industry.

May be applied using a roller, brush or spray gun. Conventional or airless spraying is the manufacturers preferred method.

This material is to be paired with Steel-It Epoxy Primer, see related products.