2K Acrylic

2K Acrylic
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DISCLAIMER: The colours shown on the images are for guidance only. The displayed colour will depend on your monitor and browsers. The finished colour therefore may not be as shown here.As these colour and finishes are made to order they are non-returnable/refundable

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DISCLAIMER: The colours shown on the images are for guidance only. The displayed colour will depend on your monitor and browsers. The finished colour therefore may not be as shown here.

All pictures are for illustration purposes only – 1 & 2.5 Litre cans are not screen-printed cans.

2K Acrylic

2K Acrylic Paint is a high performance two pack compliant coating consisting of an acrylic modified pigmented base coupled with an isocyanate polymer based hardener. The product provides a tough and durable mirror-like gloss film with excellent chemical and solvent resistance coupled with very fast drying and rapid cure. Designed for the coating of commercial vehicles, trailers, chassis and agricultural equipment, the fully cured coating is hard wearing and durable and demonstrates excellent resistance to weathering.

Perfect for use on agricultural, commercial and industrial vehicles to include military vehicle paint, plant machinery paint, as well as providing a prestigious finish when used as a general metal fabrication paint.

The mixed product contains isocyanate. To ensure the protection of sprayers and other personnel in the vicinity of the painting operation, please read the Material Safety Data Sheet before use.

 

Keys Facts

  • Mixing ratio 4:1:1
  • Touch dry:40 – 60 Minutes
  • Handleable within:4 – 6 Hours
  • Hard dry:12 Hours
  • Full properties: 7 days
  • Coverage approximately 13 – 14m2per litre based on a dry film thickness of 50 microns, depending on application method and substrate

 


Spray gun recommendations

HVLP:

Fluid tip: 2.0 – 2.2mm (Suction feed) 1.0 – 1.2mm (Pressure feed)

For application by HVLP a working pressure of 3 bar is recommended.

Apply two full coats with a flash off of 5 – 10 minutes between coats to allow solvent evaporation.