Insulating coating

Insuliso MAX

Why is INSULISO MAX used?

INSULISO MAX is an anti-rust primer used on metal surfaces, both indoors and outdoors. INSULISO MAX is also used on glass, tiles, faiences and glazed earth. By using this primer the adhesion of the following layers to galvanized metal, steel, aluminium, zinc, glass, tiles, faiences, glazed earth, PVC, plastic, plastics, wood, etc…. much easier. In addition, the product ensures scratch-free and excellent adhesion.

Application method

INSULISO FIX application method: painting-brush, roller or high-pressure gun.
Cleaning agent: Water.
The surfaces to be painted must first be cleaned.
The product is ready for use and should not be diluted

Surfaces must be completely dry, rust, grease and dust free for good adhesion.

Technical properties

Packaging: Plastic pot of 4 liters.
Storage: With INSULISO MAX we guarantee storage for up to 24 months in original unopened packaging. Can be stored at temperatures from 5° to 35° and in weatherproof rooms. It is also strongly recommended to store in rooms where the temperature does not fluctuate too abruptly.
Base: INSULISO MAX is made on water basis. Contains phosphate and zinc to prevent future rust. Suitable for the application of a primer on aluminium, zinc, galvanized but also on glass, tiles, faïencen, PVC, plastic, wood, etc….


  • Excellent adhesion to metal
  • Excellent adhesion to glass and faiencing
  • Excellent adhesion on tils and lacquered tiles
  • Waterproof
  • Resistant to temperature fluctuation
  • Anti-rust
  • Scratch file
  • Fast drying time
  • For indoors and outdoors
  • Ecological
  • Envirmentally friendly

Technical characteristics

Product: Acrylic and resin Color: White Gloss: Matt (UNE-EN ISO 2813) Weight of solids: 47%-51% (UNE-EN ISO 3251) Solids by volume: 31%-39% (UNE 48090) Viscosity: 85 – 95 KU (23 + 2 ºC) (UNE 48076) Specific gravity: 1.15 – 1.25 Kg./l (23 + 2 ºC) (UNE-EN ISO 2811-1) pH: > 6.0 (a 23 + 2 ºC) (UNE-EN ISO 787-9) Theoretical returns: 12 – 16 m²/l Thickness : 60 – 80 micron wet/ 19 – 25 micron dry

Drying time

(taking irregularities in account)

Drying time: 1 hour(UNE 48301)
Paintable after: 6 – 8 hours
Solvent: Water
Reaction in case of fire: Classe M-1 (UNE 23727)
Reaction in case of fire: Bs1d0 (UNE EN 13501-1:2007)
Anti-rust test: > 240 hours exposure (dry value ratio
7; dry film thickness 50 μm)laagdikte 50 μm) (ASTM B-117)

Adhesion and yard test UNE-EN ISO 2409


Surface Details Result
Galvanised steel Apply 50 μm dry immediately;
7 days at room temperature
Aluminium Apply 50 μm dry immediately;
7 days at room temperature
PVC Apply 50 μm dry immediately;
7 days at room temperature
Steel Apply 50 μm dry immediately;
7 days at room temperature

All of the above information serves as a guide for the user without any additional warranty or connections.
Please refer to the data sheet for more information on the environment.