Due to its good weather and high chemical resistance, the PUR powder coating is a universal coating perfectly suited for indoor and outdoor applications. Providing high scratch resistance and elasticity it is an ideal coating for gardening and agricultural tools and machinery which are exposed to high mechanical stress.
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Facades, construction and agricultural machinery, outdoor facilities, noise barriers, industrial goods, universal application.
Colour shade: all RAL, RDS, NCS, Pantone, Munsell etc. – also customer samples
Finish: smooth, fine texture, rough texture, thin film, and effects
Gloss: from flat to high gloss
Density: ca. 1,5 g/cm3 , depending on colour shade and quality
Spreading rate: depends on the applied film thickness, c.f. formula
Storage life: average of 24 months
Erichsen cupping test: DIN EN ISO 1520, > 8 mm
Mandrel bend test: DIN EN ISO 1519, good over 10 mm mandrel
Salt spray test: DIN EN ISO 9227, > 240 hours without undercutting (corrosion creep) or blistering after appropriate pre-treatment
Condensation water test: DIN EN ISO 6270-2, > 240 hours without undercutting (corrosion creep) or blistering after appropriate pre-treatment
Good regarding lye and acids – has to be tested individually
Finish: Aluminium, die-cast aluminium, steel – thorough degreasing required. To increase corrosion protection, a conversion layer is recommended.
Application: all common processes (Tribo, Corona)
Curing conditions: 10 minutes at 180 °C to 200 °C object temperature
Overcoatability: can be overcoated with the same product or with special repair coatings.
Values were calculated according to the following formula:
Theoretical spreading rate (m2)/(kg) = 1000 / density x film thickness
These data are based on empirical values for the completeness of which we do not assume any guarantee. Since we cannot influence in any way the processing of the product, the purchaser is responsible for ensuring that the product is suitable for the intended purpose before using the product. Any change in the processing procedure, environmental conditions, or the non-observance of instructions can influence the result negatively. Status per 07/2012.