Jotun Muki

Jotun Muki is a multi-functional quick drying epoxy primer. When applied in a shop-primer plant, as a traditional pre-construction primer, Muki can serve as preliminary protection of steel. It can also be applied as an epoxy holding primer for pre-treatment work.

Quick drying and high build properties it can even be applied up to 40 microns in a shop-primer plant as the first coat in a paint system corresponding to ISO12944.

Muki Z 2001 is a two component inorganic low zinc ethyl silicate coating. It is a shop primer designed for very high welding and cutting speed, giving reduced weld porosity and back burning.

Compatible with advanced welding technologies including MIG, MAG and G-FCAW.

An all-round excellent choice for the temporary protection of steel exposed to highly corrosive environments. Muki Z 2001 has a solid track record and customers from a wide range of industries and countries worldwide.

 

Areas of use

Marine

Suitable as a shop primer for entire vessels.

 

Protective

Suitable for steel structures.

 

The shop primer is recommended for offshore environments, refineries, power plants, bridges, buildings, mining equipment and general structural steel.

 

Features

  • Very good corrosion protection for 4-8 months
  • Excellent application properties
  • Excellent welding and cutting properties
  • Solid track record

An excellent high speed all-rounder for all corrosive environments

Very good corrosion protection for 4-8 months

Application friendly with easy mixing, excellent flow, low film build (DFT 15-20µm) quick drying for faster handling and stacking, good abrasion resistance

Optimized welding and cutting properties with very fast welding and cutting with the reduced risk for back-burning and porosity due to low content of zinc oxide in welding/cutting fumes.

 

Disclaimer

We endeavour to keep all Data and MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheets) current and up-to-date (within the last 3 months) on our website, however it is advised that you always speak with the office to ensure that you have the latest versions. Instructions for use and Safety Information should be be strictly adhered to at all times.

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