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Exemples and precautions for use

Ultra-Ever Dry ® SE 7.6.110 is a solvent based two part (top and bottom) coating system. It is suitable for indoor or outdoor use.

The system offers superhydrophobic performance and has been shown to maintain a high level of performance under a variety of conditions and for extended time.

The system is useful for non-wetting, anti-icing, self-cleaning, Anti-bacterial, and for corrosion protection.

Ultra-Ever Dry ® SE 7.6.110 yields a matte finish surface that withstands moderate abrasion. The coating is translucent white in appearance depending on thickness used. Ultra-Ever Dry® SE 7.6.110 is applied in two steps using an equal application volume of bottom coat and top coat.

CAUTION: Items coated with Ultra-Ever Dry® will have a transproduct being coated. TEST ON AN INCONSPICUOUS AREA PRIOR TO FULLY COATING.

Personal Protection Equipment:
Always wear the following equipment when applying:
• Respirator - NIOSH approved half-face respirator P100 rating with organic vapor cartridge :
• Safety glasses/goggles
• Nitrile gloves

Application Equipment Options :

Option A: Pneumatic Sprayer
• Air compressor
• Conventional gravity fed, pneumatic sprayer, requires two separate sprayers

Note: Remove the pre-installed filters in the sprayer head
- Air pressure = 20-35 psi (138-241 kPa) nozzle
- Tip size = 0.020-0.050 inches (0.50-1.27 mm)

Option B: Pump Sprayer
• Two hand pump sprayers, one for top coat and one for bottom coat.
• Pumps must be compatible with solvent in coating.
Xylene for bottom coat and Acetone for top coat.
• Adjustable tip size to provide fine mist.

Option C: Trigger Sprayer
• Two trigger sprayers, one for top coat and one for bottom coat. Usually available in quart (950 mL) sizes.
• Pumps must be compatible with solvent in coating.
Xylene for bottom coat and Acetone for top coat.
• Adjustable tip size to provide fine mist.
Optional Equipment
• Heat gun or blow dryer to speed up drying process.
• Xylene for cleaning.


Spreading Rate (coverage):
150-180 sq ft/gal (3.68-4.42 m2/L)

 


APPLICATION

Surface Preparation: Remove all oil, grease, dust, dirt, loose rust, and other foreign materials to ensure adequate adhesion of bottom coat.

Sanding of the surface with 150 grit silicon carbide sand paper can enhance surface adhesion.

Step 1: Bottom Coat
Shake the can of bottom coat well and pour into dedicated sprayer. Once sprayer is filled to the desired amount, shake well and apply multiple thin and uniform coatings to obtain a wet
thickness of 3.0-5.0 mils (76-127 microns). This will form a dry film thickness of 1.0-1.5 mils (25-38 microns). Some agitation during application is recommended. Avoid over wetting or pooling. Allow 15 to 20 minutes of drying time before applying top coat. A heat gun or blow dryer may be used on low setting to speed up drying time.

Step 2: Top Coat
A separate sprayer used only for top coat is required. Shake
the can of top coat well and pour into sprayer. Once sprayer is filled to the desired amount, shake well and apply multiple thin coats. Do not overcoat. Use an equal volume of top coat to
cover the bottom coat. Some agitation during application is recommended.
Avoid over wetting or pooling. The top coat will
produce a translucent white appearance.
Step 3: Drying/Curing of System
The coating will become superhydrophobic within 30 minutes of the top coat application. For best results, allow 2 hours of drying time. A heat gun or blow dryer may be used on low setting
to speed up drying time.


Cleanup :
Clean tools/equipment immediately after use with xylene.

Empty left over top or bottom coat into original containers.

Care and Repair: Ultra-Ever Dry ® is a durable coating that exhibit superhydrophobicity
and superoloephobicity. After curing the coatings will repel water mixtures and refined oil. Cleaning of the surface should be performed using low pressure water spray. The surface
should demonstrate self cleaning properties under these will remain completely dry. The surface will lose it properties if treated with detergents, soap, some solvents or high pressure water. Due to the natural oils in the skin, excessive handling with bare hands of treated materials can cause a reduction in
performance as can severe abrasion.