Product reference: 5/17
Product title: Plasmet ECP
Valid from: 17th October 1997
Last reviewed: May 2019
A high-solids, low viscosity, two or three-pack epoxy primer with excellent
adhesion to damp surfaces.
As a primer for concrete. Ideally suited for application in areas
that are damp, particularly concrete which cannot be dried
out prior to application. ECP is designed to be overcoated
with other suitable coatings. Plasmet ECP may also be used
as a primer for ZE on blast cleaned metallic surfaces
Should not be applied at temperatures below 42°F (6°C)
Health & safety
Read and observe the health & safety data sheet prior to
Plasmet ECP has been developed as a surface tolerant
primer for concrete surfaces. It may be applied to damp
concrete with minimal surface preparation. For bestresults
however the surface laitance should be removed and the
concrete abraded prior to application.
Plasmet ECP may be used as a metal primer where the
surface should be grit blasted to SSPC-SP10 (ISO 8501-1
Sa 2½) standard. For full specification refer to Corrocoat
data sheets SP1 and SP2.
Brush, roller or airless spray 45:1 or higher with 17 to 23 thou
tip, dependent upon temperature and hose lengths.
Thismaterial is intended for application in one coat of between
4-6 mils (100-175 microns). The use of third pack (adhesion
promoter) will significantly increase the adhesion to both the
substrate and subsequent coatings.
Mixing ratio / mixing
100 Parts base: 75 parts activator.
Adhesion promoter maximum 1% of total mix.
Add all of the activator to the base and mix thoroughly,
ensuring no unmixed material remains. Add the adhesion
promoter, maximum 1%, where required and mix thoroughly.
Remove all the mixed material from the base tin and remix in
Mix only as much material as may be used during the limited
Approximately 2 – 3 hours at 68°F (20°C). This time
will vary significantly with temperature
DO NOT THIN. The addition of solvent will reduce hold-up
1 and 5 gallon kits.
2 years minimum in unopened tins, stored at 41-104°F
Translucent amber. Not available in any other color
4-7 mils (100-175 microns).
Theoretical spreading rate
232 sf per gal at 7 mils (5.7l/m² at 175 microns)
.03lbs/cubic inch (1.06 gcm-3
Approximately 8 hours at 68°F
Full cure:2-3 days at 68°F
Will vary significantly with temperature.
Will vary substantially with temperature.
8 hours at 68°F (20°C)
2 days at 68°F
Maximum 3 days
These times may be substantially shorter at high ambient