350P Diamoprime HB White Primer 1k

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Product Description:

350P Diamoprime 1k White Primer

350P Diamoprime is a high build, single component precatalysed nitrocellulose primer designed specifically for industrial applications on interior furniture and general woodwork. Available in a white base, this primer offers excellent film build, hold-out, and sanding characteristics. It is ideal for use in industrial production lines, ensuring superior vertical spray application and short recoat times.

Key Features:

  • Product Type: Precatalysed nitrocellulose primer
  • Colour: White base
  • Gloss Level: 10-20% @ 60° angle
  • Drying Time: Tack free in 5-10 minutes, recoat in 1 hour (oven curing at 40˚C reduces recoat time to approximately 30 minutes)
  • Thinning: Can be thinned up to 15-25% by volume using TZ075 Lacquer Thinners or TZ14S Reducer
  • Exposure Suitability:
    • Interior: Very good
    • Exterior: Not suitable (must be protected from direct sunlight, rain, and water condensation)
  • Yellowing Characteristics: Typical of nitrocellulose-based lacquers
  • Water Resistance: Suitable for splash resistance; not recommended for continuous water exposure
  • Container Sizes: 4L and 20L
  • Coverage:
    • Theoretical: 15-20 square meters per liter
    • Practical: 6-8 square meters per liter (spray application)

Applications: 350P Diamoprime is used as an industrial-grade precatalysed NC primer over suitably prepared timber, particle board, and MDF surfaces. It is ideal for internal furniture coatings, providing excellent sealing properties and quick recoat times.

Application Instructions:

  • For Color Coating:
    1. Apply one coat of 350P Diamoprime and allow to cure for 1 hour at room temperature.
    2. Lightly sand with 320-400 grit paper and recoat with Diamocolour topcoat to achieve the desired gloss level.
    3. For additional coats, allow 2 hours of curing and repeat step 2.
    • Note: Heavier coats will require longer recoat times.
    • Force curing of Diamoprime at 40˚C will allow a recoat time of approximately 30 minutes, ensuring the timber cools to ambient temperature before recoating.


  • Heavier coats will require longer recoat times.
  • Nitrocellulose lacquers may yellow over time.
  • Clear lacquer films will not protect timber from UV light-induced discoloration or degradation.
  • Not recommended for vanity or kitchen bench-tops continuously exposed to water or high humidity; use two-component chemically resistant coatings in such conditions.

Enhance your interior furniture and woodwork with 350P Diamoprime for a professional, durable finish.