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Acrylic Primer | Primerbond

Supplier: Acryloc Building Products

Acryloc Primerbond is a clear drying, water based, penetrating and binding acrylic primer and is extremely effective on a wide range of substrates, particularly where the surface is chalky or prone to dusting.


Acryloc Primerbond is the main primer for the Roofcote CRC and Roofcote Supa Cool systems, recommended for use on most roof tiles, aged Colorbond® and previously painted surfaces, among others.


Features & Benefits of Acrylic Primer | Primerbond

  • Excellent water resistance
  • Excellent vapour permeability
  • Excellent flexibility
  • Excellent durability
  • Strong adhesion
  • Low Maintenance
  • Easy to apply
  • Water based
  • 10 year system warrenty
  • Easy & safe clean up


Suitable Substrates for Acrylic Primer | Primerbond

  • Pre-cleaned concrete roof tiles
  • Pre-cleaned unglazed terracotta roof tiles
  • Aged Colourbond®
  • Previously painted surfaces
  • Tilt panel walls
  • Concrete blocks
  • Clay and Concrete Brickwork
  • Cement Render & other rendered surfaces
  • AAC (Autoclaved Aerated Concrete)
  • Fibre Cement Sheeting (Fibro/Blue board)


Where applying to a roof, it is recommended that Rainwater tanks be disconnected from the guttering system before commencing work as material could be split on the roof or washed off if rain falls before the coating is fully cured. The guttering should remain disconnected until after application of all subsequent coatings and until all residues are washed from the guttering.

It is safe to collect drinking water once the finish coating has cured.


Technical Specification of Acrylic Primer | Primerbond

  • Appearance - Milky white liquid
  • Odour - Low
  • Application Methods - Roller, brush, spray
  • S G (Nominal) - ~1.03
  • Theoretical Coverage - 10-12m2/L on roof tiles, 12.5-16.5m2/L per coat on masonry
  • Dry Time (25°C & 50% RH)
    • Tack Free - 30 mins
    • Recoat/Overcoat - After 45
    • Fully Dried - 2 hours
  • No of Coats - Typically 1 coat