AP Glazecoat

DESCRIPTION

A high performance two pack U.V. stable acrylic urethane with outstanding durability, providing a finish with maximum gloss and colour retention.

USES

As an anti-graffiti coating and for areas of special finish. e.g. handrails, food preparation areas, car parks, petrol stations and any other surfaces which require a high resistance to solvents.

FEATURES

  • Excellent colour retention
  • Excellent abrasion resistance
  • Can be recoated
  • Suitable for interior and exterior surfaces
  • Will not yellow

TECHNICAL DATA

 Colour  Clear, black, white, and other colours available on request
 Finish  Full gloss, satin and matt
 Volume Solids  40%
 Specific Gravity  0.99*
 Chemical Resistance  Excellent
 Flash Point  23°C

PREPARATION

General

  • Do not apply if temperature is below 10°C or above 35°C
  • Do not apply if rain is imminent

Not recommended for below grade waterproofing
New concrete should be a minimum of 28 days old before application commences.
All holes and cracks are to be repaired prior to coating
The surface to be treated should be clean and sound, free from oil, grease, flaking paint, laitance and materials deleterious to the adhesion of the coating system.

Concrete

If surface is porous, prime first with AP Glazecoat let down 20% with Westox AP Glazecoat Thinners, applied at the rate of 6 to 8 m² per litre.
Allow a minimum of 4 hours before proceeding with topcoat.

Metal

Prior to application, ensure that the surface is intact, free from contaminants such as oil, grease, water etc..  All damaged areas should be made good with primer, use a propriety zinc rich epoxy as primer/undercoat.

Timber

Fill and sand all holes and defects.  Remove dust.  If clear finish required, thin first coat with Westox Thinners at 50% and apply as sealer, followed by two coats of AP Glazecoat Clear.

APPLICATION

Mixing

Mix all of base (Part A) with all of hardener (Part B), or in the ratio of four(4) part A to one(1) part B by volume of small requirements.  Use a power mixer for a minimum of 1 minute.  Allow to stand 10-20 minutes before using. Pot life up to 8 hours working time.

Brush or Roller

Use brush for small difficult areas.  Roller is recommended for small to medium areas.

Spraying

Conventional (pressure 300-450kPa) or airless (pressure 14-17 Mpa) equipment set up

Thinning

Use Westox Thinners up to 25% volume for conventional spray and up to 15% volume for airless spray.

Application may be undertaken at the coverage rate of 10m² per litre, per coat (2 coats required) allowing a minimum of 2 hours drying time between coats. Material will be touch dry in 30 minutes and print free in 4 hours.

CLEAN UP

Wash all equipment with Westox Thinners or a xylene based solvent immediately after use.

PACKAGING

5 litre kits consist of:
Part A – 4 litre (shelf life, 1 year)
Part B – 1 litre (shelf life, 1 year)

SAFETY

Material is flammable and special care should be taken for transportation.
Material is flammable, keep away from sparks or open flames.
Avoid continued skin contact with material.
The wearing of protective articles is recommended.
When used in confined spaces provide sufficient ventilation.
Do not cut or weld containers.

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conditions.It does not constitute an offer by the manufacturer, nor does the manufacturer warrant or guarantee its accuracy or
completeness in describing the performance or suitability of the various products !