Product Description

PACIFIC RED OXIDE PRIMER is an alkyd based primer containing corrosion inhibiting pigment. It gives excellent resistance to corrosion to ferrous metal surface.

Recommended Usage

It can be used on all types of ferrous metal surface.

Technical Data

Product Name Product Composition Method of Application Shades Finish Supply Viscosity theoretical Coverage Drying Time Over Coating Interval Pack Size Offered Shelf Life
PACIFIC RED OXIDE PRIMER Corrosion inhibiting special pigment & quality binder. Brush,Roller and spray Red Oxide Smooth and Matt. 65-70 sec by FC4 @ Room Temperature 110-140 Sq. ft per Ltr per coat. Touch Dry: 2 hrs
Surface Dry: 2-3 hrs
Hard Dry: 24 hrs
6-8 hrs 200ml, 500mI, 1, 4, 10 & 20 Ltr 2 years from manufacturing date if kept in original air tight Containers away from direct sunlight.

Application Procedure

Ensure that surface is free from dust, dirt loose particles & moisture. Previously painted surface should be stripped Off the old paint. Decreasing and de-rusting should be done through suitable treatment chemicals.


Apply 2 coats Of PACIFIC RED OXIDE PRIMER giving an interval Of 8 to 10 hours between the coats.


Do not over dilute. Stir well and strain before use.

Safety Information

Store in well ambient conditions, ventilated locations & away from the source Of ignition and fire. Keep away from children. In case of eye / skin contact wash with plenty of water. Inhalation/injection will cause danger. In case move to fresh air & consult medical practitioners in both the cases. Do not apply when ambient temperature might drop to level below ICC within 4 hrs of application. Avoid extra thinning for better results. The container must be tightly closed when not in use. Stir well and strain before use. Use safety equipment’s like rubber or polythene gloves, safety goggles/glasses & face mask.


Covering capacity Of the paint will vary depending on substrate, surface preparation, method Of application and Other factors. The practical covering capacity will differ from the theoretical covering capacity.

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