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PPC Tuff 2K Super White Gloss (Whitecote) include Hardener

PPC Tuff 2K Super White Gloss paints are tough, glossy, two-component coatings for use over primed or painted surfaces.
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PPC Tuff 2K Super White Gloss (Whitecote) include Hardener

PPC TUFF SUPER White GLOSS is a 2K Acrylic Urethane Whitecoat

PPC Tuff Super White Gloss (4:1) is a high gloss 2K Whitecoat, designed for use of all non-ferrous metals.

It can be used directly over polished aluminium, brass, coppers and stainless steel

It is characterised by excellent flow, producting a high gloss with very good chemical resistance, hardness and durability.

▶   Suitable for Direct-to-metal (DTM) Application and over most basecoat paint systems.
▶   Fast drying
▶   Excellent through cure
▶   Excellent levelling and flow
▶   Excellent chemical resistance and durability

APPLICATION

Surface Preparation:
▶   Degrease surfaces well with PPC Marine Clean, dry well with heat gun or hair dryer.
▶   Polish surfaces to remove tarnishing.

Production Preparation:
▶   Surface temperature must always be a minimum of 3℃. above dew point.

Brushing:
1. Mixing Ratio - Tuff Super White Part A- 4 x parts to Tuff Super White Hardener Part B - 1 x part.
2. Apply thin coats. Avoid air bubbles and flow it in one direction.
3. Recoat - In half and hour.
4. Minimum two coats, three in harsh environments.

Spraying:
Mixing Ratio - Tuff Super White - 4 x parts to Tuff Super White Hardener Part B - 1 x part.
Reducer - Up to 5% PPC Solvent if required.
Pot life @ 25℃ for 6 - 8 hours
Spray Viscosity @ 25℃ BSB 4 CUP - 17-18 s
Ford 4 CUP - 15-15 s

Spray Equipment -
(a) Gravity Feed- Fluid Tip - 1.3 - 1.4mm 0.051 - 0,055"
Pressure - 200-240 kPa. 2.0 - 2.4 bar. 30-35 psi
Spray distance - 15-20cm (6-8 inch)

(b) Suction Feed - Fluid Tip - 1.3 - 1.4mm 0.051 - 0.055"
Pressure - 200-240 kPa. 2.0-2.4 bar. 30-35 psi
Spray distance - 15-20cm (6-8inch)

(c) HVLP- Fluid Tip - 1.2 - 1.3mm 0.047 - 0.051".
Pressure - 40-70 kPa 0.4-0.7 bar. 6-10 psi
Spray distance - 15-20cm (6-8 inch).

Number of Coats 2-3 - Apply one light coat followed by one or two even full coats. Avoid heavy wet coats.
DFT 40-50 μm 1.6 - 2.0 mils
Flash off time @ 25℃. 10 - 15 minutes between coats
Drying Air Dry- @ 25℃ - Overnight
Low Bake- @ 50℃ - 30 mins

Cleaning Equipment:
Clean with PPC Solvent or General purpose thinners.

FEATURES

▶   Stainless Steel, Aluminium, Brass, copper and other paint-able non-ferrous allows.
▶   Can be used on mild steel with special provisions..
▶   Wash with mild dishwashing detergent and water.
▶   Rinse and dry well.
▶   Buff with a dry clothe

PRODUCT INFORMATION
msds PPC Tuff Super White Gloss Product Information Sheet

The information contained herein is based on data considered accurate and reliable to the best of our knowledge and belief as of the date compiled. However no warranty is expressed or implied regarding the accuracy of these data or the results to be obtained from the use hereof.

PRODUCT INFORMATION
msds PPC Tuff Super White Gloss Material Safety Data Sheet

The information contained herein is based on data considered accurate and reliable to the best of our knowledge and belief as of the date compiled. However no warranty is expressed or implied regarding the accuracy of these data or the results to be obtained from the use hereof.

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