Aliphatic Acrylic Urethane is a high-performance, two-component aliphatic acrylic polyurethane designed for shop/OEM use. Can also be used as a non-sacrificial antigraffiti coating. This is a two component product that requires 3 parts of the proper "A" component mixed with 1 part of part "B" catalyst. The components are already premeasured to the proper mix ratio. No measuring required. Do not mix partial kits.
- Durable film offers excellent gloss and color retention on exterior substrates
- Excellent abrasion, chemical, and solvent resistance in industrial applications
- Balance of performance and price in a lower solids urethane
- Good salt fog resistance
- Shop/OEM use only; not OTC compliant
- UV Resistant, excellent finish over epoxies
- Food and Beverage Processing
- Industrial Maintenance
- Paper and Pulp Processing
- Industrial Flooring
- General Metal Finishing / Fabrication
- Chemical Processing
- Commercial Structures
- Tank Exteriors
- Other areas requiring a long life, high performance urethane.
COVERAGE: 450-550sq.ft. per gallon
- To Touch: 1hr
- To Recoat: 4hr
- Full CUre: 3-5days
INDUCTION TIME: 15 minutes
POT LIFE: 5hrs
SURFACE PERPARATION: The performance of this product is directly dependent upon the degree of surface preparation employed. All dirt, oils, accumulated salts, and other contaminants must be removed prior to employing specific surface preparation methods. Removal of all contaminants should be completed in accordance with SSPC-SP1 followed by specific preparation methods as indicated on primer data sheets. Rust and mill scale must be removed from carbon steel and iron substrates as outlined on specific primer data sheets. For ferrous metal and concrete: see primer section of this document followed by specific primer data sheets for substrate preparation methods, as this product should not be applied directly to these substrates.
Non-ferrous metals, fiberglass, and existing coatings should be solvent cleaned (SSPC-SP1), and abraded to provide sufficient surface profile. Then apply a test patch area to check adhesion and compatibility. The use of a primer may be necessary.
APPLICATION: Mix the “A” component thoroughly before application; the use of a drill mixer at low speed will best accomplish this task. Add the full contents of the “B” component to the “A” and thoroughly mix the two together. Allow 15 minutes @ 77 °F (25 °C) induction or “sweat-in” time prior to applying the mixed product to the substrate. Do not apply if air or surface temperatures are below 50 °F (10 °C) or above 90 °F (35 °C), or in relative humidity levels greater than 90%, or if surface or air temperatures are within 5 degrees of the dew point. Product should be allowed to dry tack free prior to air or surface temperatures being within 5 degrees of the dew point.
The dry and recoat times may be reduced by using up to 2 ounces per gallon of Corotech® V700 Urethane Reducer per gallon. Usable pot life will be reduced to 2 hours @ 77 °F (25 °C) if accelerator is used.
- Airless Spray (Preferred Method): Tip range between 13 and 17 thousandths. Total fluid output pressure at tip should not be less than 2400 psi.
- Air Spray (Pressure Pot): DeVilbis MBC or JGA gun, with 704 or 765 air cap and Fluid Tip E.
NOTE: Do not allow material to remain in hoses, gun or spray equipment. Thoroughly flush all equipment with recommended thinner or follow local/state guidelines on solvent use. If material begins gelling, immediately flush equipment as product has reached pot life.
- Brush: Natural Bristle only.
- Roller: Industrial Cover with Phenolic core.
Where non-skid characteristics are desired, hand broadcast an appropriate anti-slip aggregate into the wet film then back-roll to encapsulate. Benjamin Moore’s Corotech® Anti-Slip Aggregate V630 works well for non-clear coats.
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