Transducer Paint Spray, 6 oz.
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PETTIT PAINTTransducer Paint Spray, 6 oz.


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Model # 5436902 | Mfg # 1411179320UPC # 725469001350


Transducer Paint Spray, 6 oz.

Name Value
Aluminum Safe Not Aluminum Safe
Anti-Slime Additive Zinc Omadine
Biocide Zinc
Color Gray
Copper Free Copper Free
Coverage 4 1/2 Square Feet/6oz. spray can
Cure Time To Overcoat: 1/2-2 Hours; To Launch: 16-48 Hours
Capacity 6 Ounces
Type Transducer Antifouling

Product Overview

Protect your transducers with Pettit's premium made antifoulng transducer paint.
Formulated to protect electronics transducers from underwater fouling in both fresh and salt water. For use on plastic transducer housings and bare metals such as steel, stainless steel, cast iron, copper, bronze, galvanized steel and lead. It forms an excellent adhesive bond to underwater metals and running gear and inhibits corrosion. Because of its smooth hard surface air will self-clean in service, and can be used above or below the waterline. Do not overcoat with antifouling paint. Spray can for easy application. 6oz. Dark gray.
Key Features
  • Exclusive transducer and underwater metal protection 
  • Adheres to clean metals and plastic transducer housings 
  • 93% pure zinc when dry 
  • Fast-dry formula in an easy to use aerosol spray can
Physical Data
  • Type: Modified Epoxy
  • Finish: Flat 
  • Available Colors: Gray 
  • Components:
  • Curing Mechanism: Solvent release  
  • Coverage: 4 1/2 sq.ft/6oz. spray can 
  • VOC: 60% max 
  • Active Ingredients: Zinc 
  • Flash Point: None 
  • Application Method: Aerosol Spray 
  • Number of Coats Recommended: 2 or 3 (Do not apply more than three coats as cracking and loss of adhesion may occur) 
  • Dry Film Thickness/coat: 1.5 Mils.
  • Application Temperature Min./Max. Range: 50° F. Min.90° F. Max.
  • Thinner: 120 Brushing Thinner

Drying Times* (Hours)

Drying @50°F @70°F @90°F
To recoat  2 hr.  1 hr.  1/2 hr.
To launch  48 hr.  24 hr.  16 hr.
More information
For detailed application instructions see Pettit's Transducer paint Data Sheet. NOTE: Manufacturer data sheets are subject to revision. Linked data sheets are believed to be accurate at the time of publication.
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