Product Ref: IPP205-00A01
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Jotun Pilot II is a one component oxidatively drying alkyd coating that has a gloss finish with good gloss retention. To be used as topcoat in atmospheric environments.
Jotun Pilot II is recommended as a topcoat, and for touch-up purposes for marine engines, topside, deck and superstructure areas and for a wide range of industrial structures.
Approvals and certificates
Additional certificates and approvals may be available on request.
Features & Benefits
Reduces your application costs
Requires no mixing and has no pot life restrictions, which reduce time spent on preparation, waste, spillage and leftovers
No special painting skills required
Surface tolerant and excellent application properties regardless of which equipment you use
Can be applied to any surface of new or aged coatings in atmospheric conditions
Provides a high gloss finish that makes your coated surface look smooth, clean and appealing
Together with primers like Alkydprimer or Pilot QD Primer, Pilot II will form a low to medium corrosion protection system, respectively, as defined by ISO 12944.
Penguard Topcoat bases are intermediates and need to be processed before use.
As finishing coat in epoxy systems. Also on concrete where epoxy paints are specified.
Recommended for topside, deck and superstructure.
Suitable for a wide range of industrial structures.
Approvals and certificates
Use the colour picker for any RAL or BS chart offering
Jotun Finishing Coat Drying
Drying and curing times are determined under controlled temperatures and relative humidity below 85%, and within the DFT range of the product.
Walk-on-dry: Minimum time before the coating can tolerate normal foot traffic without permanent marks, imprints or other physical damage.
Dried to over coat, minimum: The shortest time allowed before the next coat can be applied.
Surface (touch) dry: The state of drying when slight pressure with a finger does
The product can be applied by
Spray: Use air spray or airless spray.
Brush: Recommended for stripe coating and small areas. Care must be taken to achieve the specified dry film thickness.
Roller: May be used. Care must be taken to achieve the specified dry film thickness
Film thickness per coat
Typical recommended specification range
Dry film thickness - 30-50μm
Wet film thickness - 60-105μm
Theoretical spreading rate - 16-9.6 m²/l
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