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Double Coat Cabin Varnish

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DOUBLE COAT CABIN VARNISH DESCRIPTION Double Coat Cabin Varnish is a waterborne two component transparent satin varnish based on polyols, modified aliphatic isocyanate hardeners and UV filters. PRINCIPAL CHARACTERISTICS • State-of-the-art waterborne varnish; • Excellent application properties, easy to apply by brush or roller; • Excellent levelling, after curing no brush marks or orange peel will be visible; • Good resistance to various household chemicals; • Excellent scratch and mar resistance; • Excellent gloss retention; • Non-yellowing; • Recommended as transparent varnish for various types of wood. COLOURS AND GLOSS Transparent - Satin BASIS PROPERTIES (AT Density Solid content Recommended d.f.t. Dust dry after Full cure after Recoating interval 23˚C AND 50% R.H.) : approx. 1,1 g/cm3 : approx. 30 % (volume) : 25 - 30 µm (dry), depending on application : approx. 30 minutes : approx. 5 days, see additional information : min. 3 hours, see additional information max. unlimited, provided gritpapered, clean and dry Shelf life : separate components, stored cool an dry in original packaging, minimum 12 months Flash point (DIN53213) : base component >100 oC hardener 65 oC SPREADING RATE At 25 µm (d.f.t.) : 12,0 m2/l At 30 µm (d.f.t.) : 10,0 m2/l The practical spreading rate depends on a number of variables, such as: shape and size of object to be painted, the condition and profile of the substrate, the method of application, climatologic conditions and skill of labour. SUBSTRATE CONDITION AND TEMPERATURE Wood : moisture content maximum 12%, pre-treated with one coat of Variopox Injection resin and sanded with grit paper P120-180; Previous varnishes : Previous varnish in good condition, dry and free from contamination and loose particles; sanded with grit paper P120-180. During application and curing a minimum temperature of 10 ºC and a maximum relative humidity of 80% is allowed. The temperature of the substrate should be minimum 3 ºC above dew point. INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE Before use, mix base and hardener components thoroughly. Mixing ratio : 86,7 base : 13,3 hardener (by weight) 86,7 base : 13,3 hardener (by volume) Do not prepare more material than can be applied within the pot life of the mixture.

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DOUBLE COAT CABIN VARNISH Application with Type thinner % of thinner Nozzle orifice Nozzle pressure Cleaning 1 hour at 25 ºC 2 ½ hours at 20 ºC 4 hours at 10 ºC : Brush/roller Water 0-5% n.a. n.a. Water ADDITIONAL INFORMATION • Recoating and curing of Double Coat Cabin Varnish Minimum Maximum, without sanding Maximum, after sanding with grit paper P320-P400 Fully cured after 10 oC 5 hours 3 days unlimited 20 oC 4 hours 2 days unlimited Types of wood When Double Coat Cabin Varnish is applied to wood such as teak we recommend to degrease the surface thoroughly with Double Coat Degreaser. Do...

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DOUBLE COAT CABIN VARNISH SAFETY INFORMATION See the corresponding Material Safety Data Sheet for detailed instructions on safety, disposal and health. Date: November ’13 460-00000 Disclaimer Although the information and recommendations are presented in good faith and believed to be correct at date of issue, De IJssel Coatings B.V. makes no representations as of the completeness or accuracy thereof. In no event De IJssel Coatings B.V. will be responsible for damages of any nature whatsoever resulting from the use of this information.

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