Water based clear polyurethane top coat
abecote® clear PUD top coat is a two component solvent free water borne polyurethane coating formulated to provide an ultra durable clear coating with a gloss or matt finish.
abecote® clear PUD top coat is uv resistant with good mechanical properties and good chemical resistance against water, alcohols, salt solution and petrol.
abecote® clear PUD is essentially used as a top-coating for sealing/maintenance coat of PU and EP coatings. abecote® clear PUD offers a very good cleaning effect and resistance to car-tyre contamination (black heel marking – BHM).
- Environmentally and user friendly (solvent free)
- Excellent mar resistance
- Matt finish which has the effect of de-accentuating surface imperfections due to poor finishing
- Easy cleaning – good stain resistance to coffee, shoe polish and mustard
- Long pot life
Properties of Wet Material
|Mixing ratio base: activator||5:1|
|Density (typical)||1.037 (mixed)|
|Colour||Base is milky Activator is clear|
|Flash point||Water based|
|Dilution||Do not dilute|
|Mixed viscosity||40 cP|
Properties during Application
|Pot life||Approximately 6 hours|
|Drying time @ 25 ºC 50% RH||Touch: 2 hours
Hard: 24 hours
Full cure: 7 days
|Over coating time @ 25 ºC||Minimum: 6 hours
Maximum: 24 hours
|Application temperature range||10 ºC to 25 ºC|
|Do not apply coating if humidity is in excess of 85% @ 21 ºC or 75% @ 10 ºC|
|Do not apply coating if the substrate temperature is at least 3 ºC (5 ºC is better) above dew point.|
|Induction time||15 minutes|
|Fire resistance of wet film||Not flammable|
|Dilution||Do not dilute|
Properties of Dried Film
|Finish||Gloss or Matt|
|König Pendulum Hardness: 4 – 7 days cure||100 – 120 (s)|
|Solvent resistance||Good resistance to aliphatic solvents, alcohols and Skydrol|
|Chemical resistance||Good resistance to spillages of most dilute solutions of acid and alkalis|
|Resistant to cleaning chemicals at recommended dilutions.|
The substrate must be firm, dry, and free from dust and grease. If necessary, employ mechanical cleaning methods and equipment. It is advisable to check bonding on unfamiliar surfaces. Older coatings must be sanded.
The components must be thoroughly mixed until a homogeneous mixture is obtained. To ensure good mixing, mechanical mixing equipment should be used (below 400 r.p.m) and avoid air incorporation (Jiffy type stirrer is ideal).
After mixing, transfer the mixed material into a new container for application. For top coat sealing it is not necessary to dilute with water. Opened containers must be closed immediately to prevent evaporation and skin forming. It is advisable to use opened containers as quickly as is possible and completely.
abecote® clear PUD gloss is applied with a virgin mohair roller thinly and evenly.
- Don’t dilute with solvents.
- Pinholes can lead to a loss of adhesion, e.g. areas subjected to water ponding.
- Applications thicker than 145μm wft is not recommended.
- Localised higher thickness can change the transparency and produces small bubbles.
- Extended applications should be worked within 8-10 minutes at the latest, otherwise tracks may be visible.
Cleaning of Equipment
Use water immediately after use. For dried material, use abe® super brush cleaner before full cure is effected.
Protection / Maintenance on Completion
Protect the surface against traffic and spillage until cured.
Two-component water borne gloss or matt polyurethane top-coating.
The coating will be abecote® clear PUD gloss, a two-component water-borne gloss or matt polyurethane top-coating applied in accordance with a.b.e.®’s recommendations, including necessary primers as directed
abecote® clear PUD top coat is supplied in 5 L yield containers.
abecote® clear PUD matt (43901005)
abecote® clear PUD gloss (43903005)
Handling & Storage
At least 12 months in original, unopened containers. Store in cool (5 °C up to 20 °C) and dry conditions. Not frost resistant.
Health & Safety
Product safety information required for safe use is not included. Before handling, read product and safety data sheets and container labels for safe use, physical and health hazard information. The safety data sheet is available from your local a.b.e.® sales representative.
This data sheet is issued as a guide to the use of the product(s) concerned. Whilst a.b.e.® endeavours to ensure that any advice, recommendation,
specification or information is accurate and correct, the company cannot accept any liability for application – because a.b.e.® has no direct or
continuous control over where and how a.b.e.® products are applied.
Where other products are to be used in conjunction with this material, the relevant technical data sheets should be consulted to determine total
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