SARV COAT 6723

alkyd intermediate COATINGS



Description

Sarv coat 6723 is a versatile intermediate coat based on long oil alkyd resin.

 

Physical Data

 

Finish............................................... semi flat/Semi gloss

Colour............................................. Upon request

Volume Solids............................... 53±2%

Specific Gravity............................ 1.2±0.05 gr/cm3

Flash Point..................................... 33°C

Recommended D.F.T................... 40-60 microns

Theoretical coverage.................... 12-8 sqm/lit.

                                                          9.23-6.15 sqm/kg

Practical Coverage....................... Depends on loss factor

Touch dry....................................... 180 min at 20°C

Hard dry......................................... 7 week at 20°C

Thermal Resistance...................... 120°C

Shelf life ........................................ 12 months at 25°C

Package.......................................... 20 liter container

 

Application Details

Application method..................... Air /Airless spray, Brush, Roller

Nozzle orifice................................. .019”- .021”

Nozzle pressure............................. 150 bar/ 2200 Psi

Application temperature............. 10-50°c

Mixing ratio................................... single pack

Thinner/Cleaner............................ SVT-67

Pot life ............................................ N/A

Recoat interval.............................. Min. 24 hrs.

                                                           Max 1 months

Outstanding Characteristics

  • Excellent sprayability
  • Excellent flexibility
  • Good resistance in mildly to moderate corrosire environments.

Recommended Use

As an intermediate coat on exterior and interior of steel structures, wood substrates and massonaries, previously primed with alkyd primers.

Surface Preparation

The surface must be clean, dry and free from any contamination such as grease, salt and loose paint.

Old primed surfaces should be roughened before over coating.