- Ideal anchoring layer
- Suitable for all substrates
Hempel Silic One Tiecoat is a high-solid silicone-based anchor layer. Silic One Tiecoat ensures excellent adhesion between Hempel Light Primer and Hempel Silic One. In addition, Tiecoat is suitable for touching up and repairing damaged areas.
You can use this product for boats made from polyester, aluminium and steel. It is not suitable for wood.
Benefits of Hempel Silic One Tiecoat
- Perfect as a switching layer between Hempel's Light Primer and Silic One.
- Suitable for touch-up and repair of damaged spots.
- Suitable for all substrates (except wood).
Instructions for use
You can easily apply Hempel Tiecoat with a brush or roller. The minimum application temperature is 10°C. Avoid working in direct sunlight.
- Always ensure that the surface is lightly sanded, clean, grease-free and dry before applying the product.
- Pre-treat the surface with Hempel Light Primer or Hempel Silic Seal (for antifouling in good condition). For more information on pre-treatment, see the technical documentation or the Silic One instructions.
- Stir the contents before use.
- Apply 1 layer of Tiecoat. Application of the anchoring layer on Light Primer is possible after a minimum of 4 hours at 20°C and a maximum of 72 hours.
- Pour the product into the paint tray. Completely immerse roller/brush in the paint and apply with light, smooth strokes for complete coverage. Outliers can be removed before the paint dries.
- After 8-48 hours you can apply Hempel Silic One over the Tiecoat.
Contents: 0.75 ltr
Processing time: 1 hour after opening the can
Consumption: approx. 10 m2/l
Hand-dry: 3 hours (at 20°C)
Fully cured: 2 days (at 20°C)
Application: brush or felt roller
Thinner: do not dilute
We have a number of recommendations for working safely with polymers. At Polyestershoppen you will not only find the polymers themselves, but you can also purchase all the protective equipment you need from us. If you have any doubts or questions, please contact our customer service. We can give you advice on how to work safely with polymers.