Interprime 198 (5L & 20L) – 1 comp. – Primer – Anticorrosive

For maintenance above the waterline



AkzoNobel International Paint’s Interprime 198 is a single component, fast drying, high performance, universal alkyd primer. Interprime 198 has good anti-corrosive properties, and is one of the most used primers in International Paint’s product range for maintenance on board of ships and inland vessels.

Intended uses:

AkzoNobel International Paint’s Interprime 198 is commonly used marine primer coating for on board maintenance of ships, inland- and coastal vessels above the waterline. Typical areas of use are in the engine room, on living quarters or accomodation, bullwark, hatch coaming and decks.

As a single component product, Interprime 198 is very easy to use, and has no pot life limitations. Interprime 198 has an excelllent value for money balance.


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Detailed information about Interprime 198 (5L & 20L) – 1 comp. – Primer – Anticorrosive

Intended usesPrimarily intended for use as a maintenance Primer on hand prepared steel. Quick-drying properties make it equally well suited for use in new construction in the fabrication shop. Can be overcoated with a wide range of topcoats, including epoxies and polyurethanes.
Volume solids41%
VOC560 gr/lt
Max. DFT75 µm
Min. DFT50 µm
Theor m2/lt at average DFT6,8 m2/lt
Typical DFT60
Min. consumption brush/roller m2/lt6,12 m2/lt
Min. consumption spray m2/lt typical DFT4,08 m2/lt
Drying time (25C)2 hrs
Drying time (10C)3 hrs
Min. application temp.5°C


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