FV21

FV21

Polishing finishing vinylester filler black


Black polishing primer spray, based on vinylester resins, formulated for obtaining particularly bright and highly heat resistant surfaces with a finish. Particularly appreciated in the composite sector for the spray finishing of pre-series milled models and molds. Ideal for finishing all SLEM millable pastes. Excellent for vertical application, it allows for considerable thicknesses. Thanks to the nature of the vinylester polymer, at the end of an adequate sanding and polishing cycle it achieves an excellent degree of gloss, maintaining its performance even when exposed to the heat of the pack lamination of the molds. Where required, it can be painted over.

SUPPORTS

Recommended: sanded laminate, MDF, polyester fillers, millable pastes.

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE

Apply on well cleaned sanded surfaces; make sure that the substrate is free of dust, fibers, dirt and surface condensation. Dilute with acetone or MEK from 0 to 10% by volume. Add 1% — 2% of liquid hardener CT21 (MEKP Butanox M50 or equivalent) and mix thoroughly, bearing in mind that the amount of hardener required depends on the temperature of use and the processing times required. Leave the product to air out for a few minutes before applying it; the application time of the hardened product varies from 20 to 30 minutes at 23°C depending on the quantity of hardener used. The recommended temperature range is between 16 and 28°C. Typical application by gravity spray gun 200-300 microns each coat to a maximum thickness of 800-1000 microns in few coats with 5 -10 minutes intervals between one and another; nozzle diameter 2,5 mm; air pressure 3,5 bar. Sandable after 3 hours from the application at 23°C. The best results are obtained when the product is sanded only once during hardening and the surface is sanded with a fine grit and finished with polishing the next day, allowing the solvents to evaporate. Paintable with gelcoat or polyester paint after 4 hours: with other paints after 24 hours. Typical dry sanding cycle, grits: P220-P320-P400- P600-P800-P1200. The theoretical yield per m² per 1000 dry microns of thickness, is approximately 1,8 kg. In its original packaging, the product can be used for 6 months if stored indoor away from direct sunlight, at temperatures not exceeding 20°C.


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FV20 / FV22

FV20 / FV22

Polishing finishing vinylester filler


Polishing primer spray, based on vinylester resins, formulated for obtaining particularly bright and highly heat resistant surfaces with a finish. Particularly appreciated in the composite sector for the spray finishing of pre-series milled models and molds. Ideal for finishing all SLEM millable tooling pastes. Excellent for vertical application, it allows for considerable thicknesses. Thanks to the nature of the vinylester polymer, at the end of an adequate sanding and polishing cycle it achieves an excellent degree of gloss, maintaining its performance even when exposed to the heat of the pack lamination of the molds.
Where required, it can be painted over.

FV20 (white)
FV22 (grey)

SUPPORTS

Recommended: sanded laminate, MDF, polyester fillers, millable pastes.

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE

Apply on well cleaned sanded surfaces; make sure that the substrate is free of dust, fibers, dirt and surface condensation. Diluite with acetone or MEK from 0 to 10% by volume. Add 1% — 2% of liquid hardener CT21 (MEKP Butanox M50 or equivalent) and mix thoroughly, bearing in mind that the amount of hardener required depends on the temperature of use and the processing times required. Leave the product to air out for a few minutes before applying it; the application time of the hardened product varies from 20 to 30 minutes at 23°C depending on the quantity of hardener used. The recommended temperature range is between 16 and 28°C. Typical application by gravity spray gun 200-300 microns each coat to a maximum thickness of 800-1000 microns in few coats with 5 -10 minutes intervals between one and another; nozzle diameter 2,5 mm; air pressure 3,5 bar. Sandable after 3 hours from the application at 23°C. The best results are obtained when the product is sanded only once during hardening and the surface is sanded with a fine grit and finished with polishing the next day, allowing the solvents to evaporate. Paintable with gelcoat or polyester paint after 4 hours: with other paints after 24 hours. Typical dry sanding cycle, grits: P220-P320-P400- P600-P800-P1200. The theoretical yield per m² per 1000 dry microns of thickness, is approximately 1,8 kg. In its original packaging, the product can be used for 6 months if stored indoor away from direct sunlight, at temperatures not exceeding 20°C.


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BODY-FINISHING

FP10 / FP11

FP10 / FP11

Polishing finishing filler


Polishing filler spray, based on high quality polyester resins.
Formulated for the spray finishing of both traditional and milled models.
Ideal for finishing all SLEM millable tooling pastes. Excellent in the application for vertical surface, it allows obtaining considerable thicknesses. With an adequate sanding and polishing cycle it reaches an average degree of gloss that does not require further painting; if it is specifically required, it can be painted over.

FP10 (white)
FP11 (grey)

SUPPORTS

Recommended: sanded laminate, MDF, polyester fillers, millable pastes.

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE

Apply on well cleaned sanded surfaces; make sure that the substrate is free of dust, fibers, dirt and surface condensation. Diluite with acetone or MEK from 0 to 10% by volume. Add 1% — 2% of liquid hardener CT21 (MEKP Butanox M50 or equivalent) and mix thoroughly, bearing in mind that the amount of hardener required depends on the temperature of use and the processing times required. Leave the product to air out for a few minutes before applying it; the application time of the hardened product varies from 20 to 30 minutes at 23°C depending on the quantity of hardener used. The recommended temperature range is between 16 and 28°C. Typical airbrush application: 300-400 microns in one coat, to be applied in two coats up to a maximum thickness of 1200-1500 microns; nozzle diameter 2.5 mm; air pressure 3.5 bar. Sandable after 3-4 hours from the application at 23°C. The best results are obtained when the product is sanded only once during hardening and the surface is sanded with a fine grit and finished with polishing the next day, allowing the solvents to evaporate.


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BODY-FINISHING

SK4 / SK4S

SK4 / SK4S

Polyester spray filler grey/dark grey


Polyester spray primer for finishing the models and filling surfaces.
It allows to apply high thicknesses even in a single coat of spraying in several passes.
It is a very low shrinkage product, easy to sand and polish and has excellent adhesive performance on wooden and laminate supports.
It is compatible with all paints.

SUPPORS

Recommended: sanded fiberglass, impregnated wood, polyester fillers, modeling pastes.

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE

→ Apply on well cleaned sanded surfaces; make sure that the substrate is free of dust, fibers, dirt and surface condensation.
→ Dilute with acetone or MEK from 0 to 10% by volume.
→ Add 3% — 4% of CT20 liquid hardener (cyclohexanone peroxide) to the resulting solution for SK4; add 1% — 2% of CT21 hardener (MEKP, Butanox M50 or equivalent) to SK4S. The quantity of hardener required depends on the temperature of use and the times of processing required.
→ Let the product de-aerate for a few minutes before applying it; the application time of the hardened product varies from 20 to 30 minutes at 23°C in function of the quantity of hardener used.
→ The recommended temperature range is between 16 and 28°C.
→ Typical application by gravity spray gun 200-300 microns each coat to a maximum thickness of 800-1000 microns in few coats with 5 — 10 minutes intervals between one and another; nozzle diameter 2,5 mm; air pressure 3,5 bar.
→ Sandable after 4 hours from application at 23°C.
→ Paintable with gelcoat or polyester paint after 4 hours; with other paints after 24 hours.
→ Typical dry sanding cycle, grits: P150-P220-P320-P400-P600.
→ The theoretical yield per m2 per 1000 dry microns of thickness, is approximately 1,8 KG. In its original packaging, the product can be used for 6 months if stored indoor away from direct sunlight, at temperatures not exceeding 20°C.


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BODY-FINISHING