Cipy offers different types of primers based on different electrochemical characteristics, depending on the types of corrosion encountered.

Sacrificial primers

The sacrificial primers work on galvanic principle, in which zinc metal is being consumed to protect steel. There are two types of sacrificial primers, which are generally called as Zinc rich primers: inorganic and organic.

Inorganic silicate primers

  • Cipozinc 100
  • Cipozinc 70

Organic Zinc rich primers

  • Cipoxy 25 : epoxy zinc rich
  • UreZinc : MCU zinc rich

Barrier primers

These primers act as protective barrier between steel and corrosive ions ( electrolytes)

Epoxy types

  • Cipoxy 21 : epoxy redoxide primer
  • Cipoxy 23 : epoxy zinc phosphate primer
  • Cipoxy 41 : epoxy redoxide primer
  • Cipoxy 43 : epoxy zinc phosphate primer
  • Cipoxy 63 : epoxy-phenolic primer

PU types

  • ACPC 60 : High solids PU primer
  • ACPC 50 : PU redoxide primer

Surface tolerant primers

These types of primers are recommended where elaborate surface preparation is not possible. They have excellent adhesion on compromised surfaces.

Epoxy type

  • Cipomastic 90 : high solids epoxy mastic
  • Cipomastic 70 : 70% solids epoxy mastic

EPU type

  • Cipothane 65 : surface tolerant epu primer