Steelcraft field paint instructions

Steelcraft frames and doors are furnished with a high grade, low gloss, baked-on prime paint that provides the best possible protection against corrosion, abrasion and weather, and is an excellent base for finish paint.

This is a primer and requires field finishing. If the primed surface is removed or damaged, the exposed metal must be re-primed with a suitable rust inhibitive primer before top coating with latex finish paint.

The application of the paint, using brush, roller or spray equipment, shall be in accordance with the paint manufacturer's recommendations. If spray equipment is used, consult with the paint supplier on recommendations for correct thinner or solvents. Do not use lacquer thinner or other solvents that may react on the primer coat.

Field Paint Procedures:

  • For industry information on painting instructions for Hollow Metal field refer to HMMA's Tech Tip document titled Painting of Hollow Metal Products, published by NAAMM/HMMA
  • For complete recommendations on field painting of Steelcraft products, refer to page 346 in “Section 10: Performance and finishes” of the Tech Data Manual which can be found here.


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