Yes, after applying Brite Zinc and allowing sufficient drying time, the material can be heat treated like a powder coat, however be cautious not to get material too hot.
A 12.5oz can of Brite Zinc will cover 40 square ft at 1 mil.
Brite Zinc is excellent on bare metal, creating a zinc rich coating that will last for years longer than any paint, while leaving a bright, shiny surface.
A one gallon can of Brite Zinc will cover 570 sq ft 1 mil thickness.
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Yes, Brite Zinc may be top coated with acrylic, epoxy, or chlorinated rubber-type P.
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No, the FDA has ceased approving coating of any kind. Brite Zinc is safe in areas of food preparation and handling.
Brite Zinc is formulated with a special blend of epoxy resins and binders.