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Ultra-BondFirst

  • Introduction
  • Advantages
  • Uses
  • Application
  • Technical Info
  • Cleanup
  • Storage

Ultra-BondFirst is a highly acrylic water based penetrating primer or undercoat that has excellent flexibility and impact resistant properties on all surfaces it's applied to. Ultra-Bond is suitable for application over old and new concrete, slates, bricks, plaster, asbestos, roof tiles, hard boards, chip boards; aluminium, galvanized steel, painted areas, etc. Other major advantages of the product include:

  • Deep penetration allows the primer to gain a tough durable grip on the surface it's applied to, creating a long-lasting quality coating
  • Low viscosity
  • Waterproofing properties
  • Excellent permeability
  • Excellent adhesion of Ultralast product
  • The Bond has a high fire and heat resistance level
  • No chipping or scaling
  • Non-toxic: great for the families, the applicators and the environment
  • Odourless on application: People can move in and out of the painting environment with no upset due to toxic smell; pets are safe
  • Corrosion resistance
  • Ultra Violet resistance
  • The Bond has a resistance to fungus and chemical substances such as acid, alkaline, etc
  • Deep penetration
  • Waterproofing property
  • Excellent permeability
  • Good adhesion of the top coat
  • High fire resistance
  • No chipping or scaling
  • Anti-fungus, chemicals resistance such as acid, alkaline etc
  • Non-toxic and odourless
  • Heat resistance
  • Ultra Violet resistance
  • Corrosion resistance

Ultra-BondFirst is suitable for application over the following surfaces:

  • Old and new concrete
  • Slates
  • Bricks
  • Plaster
  • Roof tiles
  • Hard boards
  • Chip boards
  • Aluminium
  • Galvanized steel
  • Pre painted areas
  1. Remove laitance, oil, grease, fat deposits, and chemical components form the surface.
  2. Concrete should be left at least 28 days before application.
  3. Old weathering surfaces should be stripped down to remove lose adhesion and flake metals.
  4. The affected area should be washed or hosed down with water before application.

Surface Preparation

Storage conditions
Room (moderate) temperature, tightly closed (sealed)
Colours
Wet - milky colour Dry - transparent
Solid (%) by volume
18%
Gloss
Slightly sheen
Water resistance
Excellent
Spreading rate
12-18 m2 per litre at dried film thickness of 18 microns (Smooth surface, 1 coat)
 
Material Safety Data Sheet

Clean all equipment thoroughly with water immediately after use.

Keep containers well sealed.
Store at moderate temperatures.