Hardtop AX is a two-pack glossy polyurethane topcoat with excellent gloss and colour retention. It is suitable for brush/roll as well as spray application. Hardtop AX has good chemical resistance and can be used in aggressive atmospheric environments. Hardtop AX can be brushed or rolled and gives a glossy, durable finish. It offers high sag resistance, low level of spray dust, low odour and a consistent gloss. Hardtop AX has much better abrasion and chemical resistance that Hardtop XP.
DISCLAIMER: Due to colours possibly appearing differently on your screen, the colour examples below are shown as a reference only. Please note that some orange and yellow colours may cost more due to the base required to mix them.
If your colour choice is one of those colours it will take you to a new page.
NB: Porous surfaces and shapes (ie corrugated iron) will require more paint.
Spreading rate can be found in the Specifications Tab under Coverage Please note that due to varying factors such as method of application and
thickness of coats applied, this paint calculator is to be used as a rough guide only
Penguard HB is a high build, two-pack pure epoxy primer that be used above and below the waterline. It has excellent adhesion to GRP and should be used when painting over the gelcoat for the first time. It is extremely water resistant and will help prevent osmosis and has excellent adhesion to steel, aluminium, bronze, wood (marine ply) and galvanised steel. Penguard HB adheres well to concrete and makes an excellent swimming pool paint when correctly applied directly on a rendered surface, and can also be used in tanks for potable water (drinking water) providing the correct guidelines are followed. Winter Note: Use Jotun Penguard Low Temperature Additive (see below) to enable curing at temperatures below 10C
Solvent thinner. Recommended thinner for polyurethane or similar paint products. Thinners No 10 is the solvent base for the following paints:- Hardtop AS, Hardtop XP, Hardtop Flexi, Hardtop HB. NOTE: Not for use with zinc sulphates