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Base: 4 parts by volume
Mixing ratio: Curing agent- 1 part by volume
Pot Life: 4-6 hours at 30°C
Application method: Air spray/brush
Recommended thinner: Witcoat P.U. Thinner
Film thickness (dry): 35-45 microns (by dft meter)
Remove oil grease with suitable detergent solution and other contaminants by high pressure fresh water hosing. Dust off the residue.
Apply only on a dry and clean surface, with a temperature above the dew point to avoid condensation.
Witcoat epoxy z/p primer, Witcoat Polyurethane Primer or as per specifications
Witcoat Polyurethane Paints or as per specifications
Hardener is sensitive to moisture and hence needs to be stored in a dry place. Keep the can tightly closed after use. After exposure in a contaminated environment, clean the surface with high-pressure fresh water hosing and allow it to dry before applying an overload. If the maximum recoat interval is exceeded, roughen the surface to ensure intercoat adhesion.
As a general rule, inhalation of solvent vapour or paint mist and eye and skin contact with the liquid paint should be avoided. In addition, national and local safety regulations should be followed.
The product is recommended to be used as a finishing coat for exterior steel and concrete in aggressive marine and industrial environments, for example, L.P.G. storage tank, refineries, chemical and fertilizer plants, dock installation, offshore platforms where light fastness & gloss retention are desired.