TRAINING EQUIPMENT: Preparing the equipment for spraying ZINGA is this – it is recommended to remove the filter from the spray gun (to avoid clogging). Spray gun should be equipped with reinforced springs. PREPARATION coating material: Prepare before applying ZINGA – jar should be thoroughly stirred to the complete absence of zinc powder on the bottom (first metal rod, then drill with a special mixing nozzle – see photo). After mixing, the composition is ready for application by brush, roller or dipping. In the future, mixing should be repeated every 20 minutes.
This procedure is quite important – otherwise the layer of zinc is not uniform, which, in turn, will reduce the life of the protected surface. If ZINGA expected to cause spray, then stirred the liquid should be diluted with solvent in the following ZINGASOLV proportions: the airless spray – up to 3% by weight ZINGA; for aerial application (3.4 bar, nozzle 1,8-2,5 mm) – up to 7%. Solvent ZINGASOLV (a derivative of petroleum) used for diluting ZINGAi cleaning equipment before and after air and airless spray. By European standards the solvent is harmless and does not require special protection personnel. It does not contain lead, cadmium, xylene, toluene, methyl ethyl ketone and methylene chloride. Security ZINGA (before and after drying) is non-toxicity of all components that have been proven by the UK Laboratory 'ThamesWater' in 1993 (Standard BS 6920). ZINGA does not contain toxic substances – lead, cadmium, toluene, xylene, benzene, methyl ethyl ketone (M.E.K.) and methylene chloride,.
This has allowed food companies to use ZINGA where there is contact with drinking water. When working with Zinga does not require additional protective measures and the organization of production and quite common – to avoid open flames or smoke. Necessary as a general ventilation and exhaust in the workplace. All electro-mechanical equipment and appliances that can be used in the area of possible ignition should be grounded.