44GN011 is a water reducible, chemically cured, two-component epoxy polyamide primer. 44GN011 is formulated to protect the structural interior of aircraft from corrosion.
  • Corrosion inhibiting
  • Compatible with epoxy and urethane interior topcoats
  • Excellent adhesion to aluminum and composite surfaces
Unit of Measure

Components

Components

N/A Mix Ratio (by Volume)
  • 44GN011 (base component) - 2 Part
  • 44GN011CAT (catalyst component) - 1 Part
  • Reducer (Distilled or Deionized water) - 4 1/2 parts water by volume (approximately 150%)

Specifications

Specifications

N/A 44GN011 primer is qualified to:
  • 207-9-474
  • A8B81A1
  • BMS 10-11 Type I Class A Grade E
  • C813245
  • EMS 93283 Comp W
  • GMS 5005 Type I
  • GP11GY
  • HMS D1-002 Type I
  • HJMS-7102 Class 1 Grade A
  • MCS0200
  • MS-424 Type II
  • RMS 118 Type I Class L and M
  • STMG-L753 Class C
  • TH5.703
Note: PPG Aerospace recommends you check the most recent specification QPLs for updated information.

Product Compatibility:

44GN011 primer is compatible with the following topcoat specifications:
  • BMS 10-11 Type II
  • BMS 10-60 Type I and II

Surface Preparation and Pretreatments

N/A 44GN011 primer can be applied over clean, dry, intact aluminum and composite surfaces. Aluminum surfaces shall be treated with materials conforming to MIL-DTL-5541 or equivalent.

Instructions for Use

Mixing Instructions

N/A Standard can kit (mixed in separate container):
Stir or shake the base component to ensure any pigment, which may have settled on the bottom of the can, has been fully incorporated into the base. Do not stir or shake the base component longer than 5 minutes. Pour two volumes of base component into a separate clean container. Slowly add the one volume of catalyst to the two volumes base component. Mix by hand stirring, paint shaker or mechanical mixing to ensure the base/catalyst mixture is homogeneous. Do not shake or mechanically mix material for longer than 5 minutes. To the catalyzed primer, add approximately 4.5 volumes (150%) of distilled or deionized water. Slowly add the water in one-third increments, mixing thoroughly after each addition, until fully incorporated and homogeneous. Be sure to scrape the sides and bottom of the container. Constant agitation of the material during spray application is recommended. The water is used to adjust the viscosity. Volumes of water needed may vary between 125 - 175%.

Note: It is important to condition the paint for 24 hours prior to mixing by placing all materials in the shop or hangar, with ambient temperatures between 13 ºC and 35 ºC (55 ºF to 95 ºF). The minimum temperature of the paint components should be 13 ºC (55 ºF) prior to mixing.

Kit Size GK (44GN011 Base)

N/A 85 oz2.51 L

Kit Size GK (44GN011CAT)

N/A 43 oz1.27 mL

Kit Size GK (Deionized (D.I) Water)

N/A 192 oz5.68 L

Kit Size GK (Yield)

N/A 2.5 gal

Kit Size QK (44GN011 Base)

N/A 21 oz621 mL

Kit Size QK (44GN011CAT)

N/A 11 oz325 mL

Kit Size QK (Deionized (D.I) Water)

N/A 48 oz1.42 L

Kit Size QK (Yield)

N/A 2.5 dry qt

Induction Time

N/A Not Required

Viscosity at 23 Degree Celsius (ºC) (73 Degree Fahrenheit (ºF)) Temperature (#2 EZ Zahn Cup)

N/A 20 ± 2 seconds

Viscosity at 23 Degree Celsius (ºC) (73 Degree Fahrenheit (ºF)) Temperature (#2 Ford Cup)

N/A 31 to 39 seconds

Note for Viscosity

N/A Viscosities quoted are typical values obtained when using specified mix ratio.

Pot Life at 21 to 25 Degree Celsius (ºC) (70 to 77 Degree Fahrenheit (ºF)) Temperature

N/A 4 hour

Application Guidelines

Recommended Application Conditions - Temperature

N/A 15 to 30 ºC59 to 86 ºF

Recommended Application Conditions - Relative Humidity (RH)

N/A 20 to 90 %

Applications

N/A Ground the aircraft and the application equipment before priming. Stir the primer slowly during the application. The suggested film thickness is 12.5 to 22.5 microns (0.5 to 0.9 mils). This can be accomplished with one medium coat with a 50% overlap.

These application guidelines represent PPG's best advice in standard conditions. Some parameters will be influenced by environmental conditions, equipment settings, and other variables.

Theoretical Coverage at 25 Microns (µm) Dry Film Thickness

N/A 10 m²/L

Theoretical Coverage at 1 Mil Dry Film Thickness

N/A 394 ft²/gal

Recommended Dry Film Thickness

N/A 12.5 to 22.5 µm0.5 to 0.9 mil

Dry Film Density

N/A 1.68 g/cm³14.02 lb/gal

Dry Film Weight at 25 Microns (µm) Dry Film Thickness

N/A 3.96 g/m²

Dry Film Weight at 1 Mil Dry Film Thickness

N/A 0.00872 lb/ft²

Equipment

Equipment Type1 N/A Conventional Air Spray Gun Electrostatic Air Assisted Airless Spray Gun Electrostatic Air Spray Gun High Volume Low Pressure Spray Gun (HVLP)

Note for Electrostatic Spray Equipment

N/A When spraying with electrostatic spray equipment, ensure that this is rated for use with water-borne coatings. Spraying water-borne coatings with regular electrostatic spray equipment can result in safety hazards.

Tip Size for Electrostatic Air Spray Gun

N/A 1.2 mm1.5 mm

Tip Size for Electrostatic Air Assisted Airless Spray Gun

N/A #611 #613 (Graco Nomenclature)

Tip Size for High Volume Low Pressure Spray Gun (HVLP)

N/A 1.0 to 1.4 mm

Tip Size for Conventional Air Spray Gun

N/A 1.2 to 1.8 mm

Pot Pressure for Electrostatic Air Spray Gun

N/A 10 to 20 psi0.69 to 1.4 bar

Pot Pressure for Electrostatic Air Assisted Airless Spray Gun

N/A 700 to 1200 psi48 to 82 bar

Pot Pressure for High Volume Low Pressure Spray Gun (HVLP)

N/A 10 to 20 psi0.69 to 1.4 bar

Pot Pressure for Conventional Air Spray Gun

N/A 10 to 20 psi0.69 to 1.4 bar

Atomization Pressure at the Cap for Electrostatic Air Spray Gun

N/A 45 to 60 psi3.1 to 4.1 bar

Atomization Pressure at the Cap for Electrostatic Air Assisted Airless Spray Gun

N/A 40 to 60 psi2.8 to 4.1 bar

Maximum Atomization Pressure at the Cap for High Volume Low Pressure Spray Gun (HVLP)

N/A 10 psi0.69 bar

Atomization Pressure at the Cap for Conventional Air Spray Gun

N/A 45 to 60 psi3.1 to 4.1 bar

Equipment Cleaning

N/A Water will clean approximately 95% of liquid primer remaining on equipment. Follow with IS-248 cleaning solvent for water reducible primer to remove any residual primer from equipment. Once material has cured, use an approved chemical paint removal system to strip primer from parts and equipment.

Physical Properties

Color

N/A BAC 452 Green

Gloss

N/A 10 G.U. maximum at 60º

Maximum Dust Free Dry Time at 21 to 27 Degree Celsius (ºC) (70 to 80 Degree Fahrenheit (ºF)) Temperature

N/A 15 min

Maximum Tack Free Dry Time at 21 to 27 Degree Celsius (ºC) (70 to 80 Degree Fahrenheit (ºF))Temperature

N/A 2 hour

Maximum Dry Through Time at 21 to 27 Degree Celsius (ºC) (70 to 80 Degree Fahrenheit (ºF)) Temperature

N/A 6 hour

Minimum Dry to Tape Time at 21 to 27 Degree Celsius (ºC) (70 to 80 Degree Fahrenheit (ºF)) Temperature

N/A 4 hour

Full Cure Dry Time at 21 to 27 Degree Celsius (ºC) (70 to 80 Degree Fahrenheit (ºF)) Temperature

N/A 7 days

Note for Dry Times

N/A Dry times above were established at room (ambient) temperatures, 75 ºC ± 5 ºF and 50% ± 10% relative humidity.
Forced Dry Schedule2 N/A For dry to stack conditions only. Allow a minimum of 15 minutes flash off time at ambient temperatures prior to exposing painted parts to high temperatures. Complete testing should be done prior to use. Below are suggested starting points. Other variables may affect these cure schedules.

Flash Off Time at 49 Degree Celsius (ºC) (120 Degree Fahrenheit (ºF)) Temperature

N/A 90 min

Flash Off Time at 60 Degree Celsius (ºC) (140 Degree Fahrenheit (ºF)) Temperature

N/A 60 min

Flash Off Time at 71 Degree Celsius (ºC) (160 Degree Fahrenheit (ºF)) Temperature

N/A 40 min

Flash Off Time at 82 Degree Celsius (ºC) (180 Degree Fahrenheit (ºF)) Temperature

N/A 30 min
Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) Volume3 N/A 336 g/L

Test Method for Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC)

N/A Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Method 24

Base Component Volume

N/A 332 g/L

Catalyst Component Volume

N/A 344 g/L

Flash Point Closed Cup Base Component Temperature

N/A 22 ºC72 ºF

Flash Point Closed Cup Catalyst Component Temperature

N/A 31 ºC87 ºF

Shelf Life

N/A 9 months from date of manufacture.
Note: Shelf life is provided for original, unopened containers.

Storage Recommendations

Storage Recommendations

N/A Inspect the condition of the container to ensure compliance. The material should be stored at temperatures between 5 ºC to 35 ºC (41 ºF to 95 ºF to ensure shelf life.

Note: When procuring to a qualified material specification, follow those storage instructions.

Health Precautions

Health Precautions

N/A This product is safe to use and apply when recommended precautions are followed. Before using this product, read and understand the Safety Data Sheet (SDS), which provides information on health, physical and environmental hazards, handling precautions and first aid recommendations. An SDS is available on request. Avoid overexposure. Obtain medical care in case of extreme overexposure.

Additional Information

Additional Information

N/A
  • Chemical and solvent resistant
  • Resistant to immersion in hydraulic fluids, lubricating oils, phosphate ester based hydraulic fluids and distilled water

Note

Note

N/A The application and performance property values above are typical for the material, but not intended for use in specifications or for acceptance inspection criteria because of variations in testing methods, conditions and configurations.

For industrial use only. Keep away from children.

All recommendations, statements, and technical data contained herein are based on tests we believe to be reliable and correct, but accuracy and completeness of said tests are not guaranteed and are not to be construed as a warranty, either expressed or implied. User shall rely on his own information and tests to determine suitability of the product for the intended use and assumes all risks and liability resulting from his use of the product. Seller's and manufacturer's sole responsibility shall be to replace that portion of the product of this manufacturer which proves to be defective. Neither seller nor manufacturer shall be liable to the buyer or any third person for any injury, loss, or damage directly or indirectly resulting from use of, or inability to use, the product. Recommendations or statements other than those contained in a written agreement signed by an officer of the manufacturer shall not be binding upon the manufacturer or seller.
  • 1 44GN011 primer is compatible with all current forms of spray equipment.
  • 2 Ambient temperatures are defined as 70 ºC ± 10 ºF and 50% ± 10% relative humidity.
  • 3 Mixed, ready to use VOC