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Primers

Primers are an important part of all applications as they improve the bonding characteristics of coatings to substrates.

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Primers penetrate into the substrate to seal the surface allowing an improved bond. Failure to use a primer may void product warranties.

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Primers can be used for a variety of purposes such as improving adhesion to substrates or providing protection against corrosion.

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Our solutions have been tried and tested, allowing you to benefit from our technologically advanced systems on your project.

Envirosystems has a complete range of primers to work with your project specification needs, and offers you technical advice and support with product selection.

Enviro Prime ERS

Primer for Enviro Rapid Screed
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Enviro Prime GT1

Solvent Free Primer
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Enviro Prime WB

Water Based Primer and Cementitious Admixture
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Enviro Prime PW

Low Viscosity, Solvent Free, Epoxy Primer for Potable Water Applications
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Enviro Shield

Hydrostatic Barrier & Moisture Tolerant Primer
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Enviro Prime 789

Fast Cure Polyurethane Primer
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Enviro Epoxy B-LV

Solvent Free, Non-Sag, Epoxy Mortar Binder
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Be sure to follow the Envirosystems process when applying waterproofing membranes to ensure strong adhesion and lasting protection.

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PREPARE

Always prepare your surface properly prior to priming to make sure maximum adhesion of your protective covering.

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PRIMING

Priming is just as critical as preparation. Your primer will depend on the coating to be applied and the substrate being applied.

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APPLY

Apply your covering according to the ratios described in the Product Data Sheet.

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COMPLETE

Prepare surface for a final hand over for a topical finishing e.g. tiles or a protective topcoat.