Salvage 2+

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Salvage 2+ is a rust encapsulator, primer and top coat that stops rust in its tracks with a single coat and provides a hardwearing chip resistant top coat

  • Three products in one – encapsulates, primes and top coat
  • Utilizes the latest hybrid technology
  • Outstanding corrosion resistance - passed 3000 hour scribed hot salt spray test ATSM B117
  • Fast application- minimum surface preparation required can be applied by brush, roller or sprayer
  • Pot life of up to 2 hours, which is ideal for larger applications
  • Can be over-coated if required

Typical application areas

Salvage 2+ is recommended as a rust treatment system, providing a rust encapsulator and top coat in one product.

Ideal for treating corroded steel structures typically:

  • Pipe work
  • Tanks
  • Pressure vessels
  • Suspended flooring and walk ways
  • Overhead crane rails
  • Sections on lifting cranes


  • Chemical and Wastewater
  • Construction and Manufacturing
  • Petroleum and Petrochemical
  • Pulp and Paper
  • Transportation (railroad, automotive)


Salvage 2+ preparation

Surface Preparation:

Remove any visible oil, grease, dirt or other contaminants, with a degreaser or by steam cleaning, followed by a clear water rinse. Remove loose corrosion by wire brushing, either by hand or using a power brush. All loose material must be removed prior to application and the surface should be fully dried.

Salvage 2+ being applied


Stir Part A and slowly add to Part B. Then stir constantly with a mixer at low speed (300 - 400 rpm) or manually with a spatula. Mix until a uniform paint has been produced.

Apply by brush, roller or spray. Note: Pressure pot sprayers may require the product to be thinned 5-10% using a xylene based thinner.

Multiple coats may be required, allow drying for 10 hours between coats. For smaller curved intricate areas, use of a brush is recommended.

Higher ambient temperatures will accelerate the drying time.

Do not apply at temperatures below 5ºC. Store at temperatures between 10-30ºC.