Reference No.: 81-Line
A two-pack iso-cyanate free finishing coat acrylic with excellent durability, colour and gloss retention, chemical resistance. Gives equivalent performance to acrylic polyurethane coatings.
Colours available : All British Standard and RAL colours are available on the Dacmix tinting system.
Appearance Of Dried Film : Full gloss (other gloss levels to special order, please contact us)
Volume Solids : 50%
Dry Film Thickness : Typical 50 microns
Theoretical Coverage : 10m² per litre
Drying Time At 20°C :
(will vary with temperature, air movements, etc.) Touch Dry : 1 hour
Film Dry : 4 hours
Overcoat :See Note
Ambient temperature during application/curing should be not less than 10°C to ensure optimum drying/curing characteristics.
Packaging : 5 litre composite pack
Shelf Life : 2 years or longer in unopened containers when stored under cover in good storage conditions.
Storage : Under cover with temperature range of 5°C to 32°C.
Surface Preparation : Normally applied over Dacrylate range of two-pack epoxy primers.
Ensure surface is clean and dry.
Application : Apply by conventional spray, typical spray pressure 40-50psi. A wet film thickness of 80 microns is required to achieve a dry film thickness of 40 microns.
Polychromatic colours such as RAL 9006 and RAL 9007 may be susceptible to slight variations in colour depending on application methods and the type of paint. In order to obtain the best colour and appearance, these colours are best spray applied.
Polychromatic shades should be applied as a thin ‘mist’ coat in order to achieve the correct visual appearance.
Overcoating : Where a further coat of Acrylic Finish is required, this should be applied as soon as the first coat is touch-dry or, allow the first coat to dry for not less than 48 hours before overcoating.
Pot Life (at 20°C) : 8 hours at 20°C
Mixing Ratio by volume : 4.5 to 1 by volume
Clean-up : Dacrylate Thinner R9.
Health and Safety : For more information request relevant Material Safety Datasheet.
Certain products retain solvents for longer periods, which will affect plasticizers within the plastic packaging causing damage to the finish. It is therefore not recommended that finished painted products be wrapped in bubble wrap, plastic sleeves or simiarl, until coatings are fully cured as this can cause damage to the finish especially when stacked or stored in sunlight/elevated temperatures.
Damage can also occur from condensation caused by fluctuations in temperature consequently causing a ‘greenhouse’ effect within the packaging.
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