DUREPON® P14 is a two pack epoxy primer enhanced with zinc phosphate pigment for inhibitive corrosion protection on mild steel. DUREPON® P14 can be overcoated with epoxy, polyurethane or acrylic finishes depending upon service requirements.


  • Non toxic anti corrosive pigmentation
  • Extended recoatablility
  • Inhibitive epoxy primer for steel and other prepared surfaces
  • Excellent chemical and solvent resistance


  • Excellent chemical and solvent resistance
  • Can be overcoated with epoxy, polyurethane or acrylic finishes

Product code: 980


Durepon P14 is suitable for steelwork in sugar and paper mills and food & beverage plants including abattoirs, breweries and canneries.

Surface preparation

Round off all rough welds, sharp edges and remove weld spatter. Remove grease, oil and other contaminants in accordance with AS1627.1. Rust, millscale, oxide deposits and old paint films on metal surfaces should be removed by abrasive blast cleaning to a minimum of AS1627.4 Class 2.5. Remove all dust by brushing or vacuum cleaning.

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Protective Coatings
Sugar and paper mills, Food & beverage plant
Application Method
Brush, Roller, Airless spray, Conventional Spray
Epoxy coatings may yellow with time. On exterior exposure some chalking may also occur. This will not detract from the protective properties of the coating. Use a weatherable topcoat if required for appearance.
Heat Resistance
Up to 120°C dry heat
Water Resistance
Excellent resistance to fresh and salt water
Abrasion Resistance
Good when fully cured
Solvent Resistance
Resists splash and spillage of most hydrocarbon solvents, refined petroleum products and most common alcohols.
Acid Resistance
Suitable for splash and spillage of weak acids.
Alkaline Resistance
Excellent resistance to splash and spillage of most common alkalis
Salt Resistance
Unaffected by splash and spillage of neutral and alkaline salt solutions.


New steel: Abrasive blast clean AS1627.4 Class 2.5 Typical System: 1 x Durepon P14 @ 75 microns + 2 x Luxathane HPX @ 50 microns