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On top of this, it delivers valuable long-term benefits to vehicle operators, in terms of paint film durability. As part of the world’s largest manufacturer of transportation coatings, engineers at PPG’s local headquarters in Clayton, Melbourne where able to source the latest technology building blocks from PPG’s global R&D group. This provided the catalyst for a no-compromise priming method that is unrivalled on the local market.

Resetting the benchmark

In the past, priming blasted metal surfaces meant selecting either a 1K primer or an epoxy primer. Both have downsides – 1K primers lack the performance of 2K technology and epoxy primers tend to have a lengthy curing time that can slow down production. However, the PPG developed, next generation polymer chemistry found in F4949 CT Productive Chassis Primer Binder, has reset traditional thinking.

Instead of having to choose between a 1K primer or an epoxy primer, it’s possible to get the best of both worlds. As a tintable primer, F4949 CT Productive Chassis Primer Binder is designed to be used with the DELFLEET Evolution tinter range to create 4949 Delfleet CT Productive Chassis Primer Mixed Colour. This makes the primer colour complimentary to the topcoat colour. Best of all, it has all the sought-after attributes of an epoxy primer (it lays down nicely and has excellent adhesion and anti-corrosion properties), combined with the film-build and speed of a two-pack polyurethane coating.

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On top of this, it delivers valuable long-term benefits to vehicle operators, in terms of paint film durability. As part of the world’s largest manufacturer of transportation coatings, engineers at PPG’s local headquarters in Clayton, Melbourne where able to source the latest technology building blocks from PPG’s global R&D group. This provided the catalyst for a no-compromise priming method that is unrivalled on the local market.

Resetting the benchmark

In the past, priming blasted metal surfaces meant selecting either a 1K primer or an epoxy primer. Both have downsides – 1K primers lack the performance of 2K technology and epoxy primers tend to have a lengthy curing time that can slow down production. However, the PPG developed, next generation polymer chemistry found in F4949 CT Productive Chassis Primer Binder, has reset traditional thinking.

Instead of having to choose between a 1K primer or an epoxy primer, it’s possible to get the best of both worlds. As a tintable primer, F4949 CT Productive Chassis Primer Binder is designed to be used with the DELFLEET Evolution tinter range to create 4949 Delfleet CT Productive Chassis Primer Mixed Colour. This makes the primer colour complimentary to the topcoat colour. Best of all, it has all the sought-after attributes of an epoxy primer (it lays down nicely and has excellent adhesion and anti-corrosion properties), combined with the film-build and speed of a two-pack polyurethane coating.

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On top of this, it delivers valuable long-term benefits to vehicle operators, in terms of paint film durability. As part of the world’s largest manufacturer of transportation coatings, engineers at PPG’s local headquarters in Clayton, Melbourne where able to source the latest technology building blocks from PPG’s global R&D group. This provided the catalyst for a no-compromise priming method that is unrivalled on the local market.

Resetting the benchmark

In the past, priming blasted metal surfaces meant selecting either a 1K primer or an epoxy primer. Both have downsides – 1K primers lack the performance of 2K technology and epoxy primers tend to have a lengthy curing time that can slow down production. However, the PPG developed, next generation polymer chemistry found in F4949 CT Productive Chassis Primer Binder, has reset traditional thinking.

Instead of having to choose between a 1K primer or an epoxy primer, it’s possible to get the best of both worlds. As a tintable primer, F4949 CT Productive Chassis Primer Binder is designed to be used with the DELFLEET Evolution tinter range to create 4949 Delfleet CT Productive Chassis Primer Mixed Colour. This makes the primer colour complimentary to the topcoat colour. Best of all, it has all the sought-after attributes of an epoxy primer (it lays down nicely and has excellent adhesion and anti-corrosion properties), combined with the film-build and speed of a two-pack polyurethane coating.

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Primed for productivity and protection

PPG’s F4949 CT Productive Chassis Primer Binder is a new and unique solution for priming blasted metal surfaces (trailers, truck chassis, machinery, etc.) – one that lets users build more units per day, with reduced labour, materials and energy.

On top of this, it delivers valuable long-term benefits to vehicle operators, in terms of paint film durability. As part of the world’s largest manufacturer of transportation coatings, engineers at PPG’s local headquarters in Clayton, Melbourne where able to source the latest technology building blocks from PPG’s global R&D group. This provided the catalyst for a no-compromise priming method that is unrivalled on the local market.

Resetting the benchmark

In the past, priming blasted metal surfaces meant selecting either a 1K primer or an epoxy primer. Both have downsides – 1K primers lack the performance of 2K technology and epoxy primers tend to have a lengthy curing time that can slow down production. However, the PPG developed, next generation polymer chemistry found in F4949 CT Productive Chassis Primer Binder, has reset traditional thinking.

Instead of having to choose between a 1K primer or an epoxy primer, it’s possible to get the best of both worlds. As a tintable primer, F4949 CT Productive Chassis Primer Binder is designed to be used with the DELFLEET Evolution tinter range to create 4949 Delfleet CT Productive Chassis Primer Mixed Colour. This makes the primer colour complimentary to the topcoat colour. Best of all, it has all the sought-after attributes of an epoxy primer (it lays down nicely and has excellent adhesion and anti-corrosion properties), combined with the film-build and speed of a two-pack polyurethane coating.

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