Asphalt Primer

For new and aged shingles

Nutech Paints Asphalt Primer is specially designed for use on new and aged asphalt shingles. It contains wet adhesion binders and bleed resistant additives to ensure superior adhesion, water-resistance and topcoat finish. It provides an ideal surface for Nutech Paints roof coating systems including Tileflex and the NXT Range.

Application and Features

Designed to seal and prime new or weathered asphalt singles, Asphalt Primer has a styrenated binder system, great adhesion and bonding, and water resistance.

Apply Asphalt Primer with a brush, roller or airless spray system. One coat should be applied and allowed to fully dry before applying two coats of a Nutech Paints top coat.


  • Excellent adhesion to new or weathered asphalt shingles
  • Bleed resistant
  • Superior early water resistance
  • Excellent build and fill characteristics
  • Fast drying
  • Ambient temperature cross-linking
  • Easy application by brush, roller or spray
  • Waterproofing performance
  • Economical priming coat


Ensure the surface is dry before applying the Asphalt Primer to avoid adhesion problems.

Do not apply Asphalt Primer in very cold conditions to avoid drying and film coalescence problems.

Do not coat with a top coating system until completely dry and cured.

Asphalt Primer should not be applied on a very hot surface.

Asphalt Primer

Suitable Surfaces





An opaque white viscous liquid

Volume Solids

51% by weight
38% by volume



Specific Gravity


Water Solubility


Film Forming Temperature


Dry Film Thickness

2 Mil

Application Rate

1 coat @ 250-320ft2 per gallon

Download Asphalt Primer SDS
Important Notice

The information given in this data sheet is based on many years of experience and is correct to the best of our knowledge. However, as the use of our product is beyond our control we can only be responsible for the quality of our product at the time of dispatch. For additional information about specifications or application please contact our company. As this information is of a general nature we cannot assume responsibility for individual use.