Kryptaglow® Marine

Product Data Sheet





Product Description



A heavy duty two component, product formulated to provide resistance against a wide range of solvents and chemicals under splash and spill conditions on a variety of substrates.  Kryptaglow® can be applied to tightly adhered existing coatings.  Use for heavy duty service on properly prepared masonry, drywall and structural steel surfaces.



Intended Uses


Designed for heavy duty commercial and industrial maintenance on properly prepared concrete block, poured concrete, structural steel, machinery and equipment, tank exteriors and pipes.  These are typical uses and are not intended to limit the use of this product.



Physical Properties




Resin Type

Clean-up Solvents

Mixing Ratio (by volume)



Solids by Weight

Solids by Volume

Theoretical Coverage **

Dry Film Thickness/Coat

Wet Film to Achieve DFT

Coverage at DFT


Induction Time

Pot Life

Drying Time * [At 70ºF(20ºC)][ASTM D 1650]

                  Set To Touch

                  Dry Through/Re-Coat


Part A

Part B

2 Component Heavy Duty Marine Coating


1 Part Resin to 1 Part Cure

Do Not Thin

90+ @ 60º



834 ft2/gal @ 1 mil

2-3 mils (50-70 microns)

4-6 mils (100-150 microns)

278-417 ft2/gal

3.66 lb/gal (440 gm/liter)


8-10 hours


10 minutes

Minimum Re-Coat                   Maximum Re-Coat

        4 hours                                                            14 days



* Dry times vary with surface temperature, air movement, humidity and film thickness.

** Coverage rates are estimates based on the products volume solids and make no allowance for material loss during application.  Actual spread rates may vary dependent on applicator experience, surface porosity and texture.



Recommended Primers


Ferrous Metal

Galvanized & Aluminum Metal




Interior Concrete Block

                  (Wet Environment)

Interior Concrete Block

                  (Dry Environment)

Exterior Concrete Block

Poured Concrete


Fast Dry Alkyd Primer



P.V.A. Primer

Alkyd Enamel Undercoat

Block Filler

Acrylic Epoxy Block Filler

Block Filler


Block Filler

Clear Concrete Primer/Sealer






Surface Preparation



                  Masonry Surfaces:

                       Poured Concrete

                       Concrete Block



                  Ferrous Metal Surfaces:




                  New Galvanized &

                  Aluminum Surfaces:


                  Weathered Galvanized                   & Aluminum Surfaces:


                  Wood Surfaces:


                  Plaster Surfaces:



                  Drywall Surfaces:



                  Previously Painted

                  Metal Surfaces:





All surfaces must be clean, sound, dry and free of all dirt, dust, wax, oil, grease, chalk and any other contamination that would interfere with new coating adhesion.  Bare surfaces must be properly prepared and primed prior to application of this product. 


New concrete must cure for a minimum of 30 days at 72ºF (22ºC) prior to coating application.  Level all surface projections and mortar spatters by stoning.  Rake mortar joints clean and remove all soluble salts.  Kryptaglow® is self-priming on masonry surfaces, however, see “Recommended Primers, Fillers and Sealers” for primer recommendations for interior and exterior masonry surfaces in dry and wet areas.


Abrasive blast new steel to SSPC-SP-6.  Use proper abrasive to achieve an average of 1.5 to 2 mil profile.  Blasted surfaces should be primed before flash rusting occurs.  If blasting is not practical, remove loose rust and mill scale with hand or power abrading tools as per SSPC-SP-2 and SSPC-SP-3.


Remove surface contamination or passivators by scrubbing with a cleaning & etching solution or blast per SSPC-SP-7 brush off blast.


Power or hand wash with detergent and rinse thoroughly.  The surface must be dull and have a profile.  Use a cleaning & Etching solution if needed or blast per SSPC-SP-7 brush-off blast.


Sand smooth any exposed wood surfaces.  Patch nail holes and any imperfections with wood filler or putty and sand smooth.  Remove sanding dust.


New plaster must cure for a minimum of 30 days at 72ºF (22ºC) prior to coating application.  Sand, fill cracks with spackling compound, allow to dry and sand smooth.  Remove dust.


Fill nail holes and imperfections with spackling compound and allow to dry.  Sand tape joints and spackled areas and remove dust.


Power or hand washing is recommended to remove contamination.  If oil or grease is present, use of a cleaner/degreaser is required.  All cleaning residue must be completely rinsed from the surface.  Allow to dry.  Remove all loose coatings, rust and corrosion by scraping, sanding or other abrading method as per SSPC-SP-2 and SSPC-SP-3, or abrasive blast as per SSPC-SP-6 commercial blast.  Use sandpaper to dull slick, glossy and/or non-porous surfaces with sandpaper.


Remove by using a solution of one part household bleach and three parts water.  Apply to mildewed area and scrub.  Allow solution to remain on the surface for 3 to 5 minutes and then rinse completely and allow to dry before coating application. 








                  Brush or Roller:




                  Airless Spray:


Part A (resin) and Part B (cure) are packaged in pre-measured kits.  The mixing ratio is 1 part A to 1 part B.  Stir both components prior to intermixing.  Thoroughly mix Part B into Part A using an explosion-proof power drill and Jiffy mixer to disperse pigments.  The material must be applied within the estimated pot life.  For optimum application, air and surface temperature should be from 50º to 90ºF (10º to 32ºC) and at least 5ºF (3ºC) above the dew point.  Above 122ºF (50ºC), sagging may occur.  A minimum surface temperature of 50ºF (10ºC) for eight hours after application is recommended to achieve proper film formation.


Apply product in full even coats.  Maintain a wet edge.  To insure adequate film build, two coats are recommended when applying by brush or roller (See the drying times chart for re-coat period).  Allow the product to dry between coats.  A good quality bristle brush will make application easier.  Select a roller cover suited for the texture of the surface to be coated.


Flush airless lines with Gun Cleaner or MEK.  Equipment must be clean prior to start.  Apply a wet coat in even, parallel passes with 50% overlap to avoid bare areas and pinholes. 



Tip Orifice

0.017” to 0.012”

Atomizing Pressure

2500 – 3000 PSI

Mat’l Hose ID

1/4” to 3/8”

Manifold Filter

60 mesh



Safety Precautions




Paint products contain chemical ingredients, which are considered hazardous.  Prior to use, read container label warnings and the current Material Safety Data Sheet for important health and safety information.  Insure these instructions are practiced during product application and cure.  Keep out of reach of children. 



Co-Leash, Inc.

P.O. Box 272672

Tampa, FL 33688

(P) 813/920-1910        (F) 813/792-1418