POLANE® 2K Acrylic Waterborne Enamel
Monochromatics and Clears White: F63WL0504 Black: F63BL0504 Yellow Oxide: F63YL0500 Red Oxide: F63RL0500 Full Gloss Clear: F63CL0500 30-40 Gloss Clear: F63TL0500 Catalyst: V66VL6
- VOC compliance limits vary from state to state; please consult local Air Quality rules and regulations.
- National Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (HAPS) Emissions for Wood Furniture Manufacturing Operations CFR40, Part 63, Subpart JJ
Description HAPS free, <1.0 VOC emitted (catalyzed),two-component high performance polyurethane coatings. All specifications are given on force - dried samples. Advantages
- Meets the Federal HAPS rule for wood finishes as packaged* [HAPS free]
- Low VOC at <1.0lbs/gal
- Good gloss and color retention
- Product is designed for interior use.
- Good performance when used exterior.
- Clear and Blend monochromatics
- Can be used on metal, plastic, or wood with the appropriate primer, basecoat, or pretreatment.
- Designed to meet AAMA 623 and 613
- Free of lead and chromate hazards
- Can be blended with up to 8 oz/gal Kem Aqua colorants or Solar Reflective Colorants.
Gloss 60° Monochromatics: 30-40 units F63TL0500 Clear: 30-40 units F63CL0500 Clear Full - 85 units Volume Solids: 36 ± 2% as packaged and varies by color catalyzed & reduced Weight Solids: 40 ± 1% as packaged and varies by color catalyzed & reduced Viscosity: 25-30 seconds #2 Zahn Cup Recommended film thickness: Mils Wet 3.0-5.0 mils Mils Dry 1.1-1.8 mils Spreading Rate (no application loss) 591 sq ft/gal @ 1.0mils DFT (theoretical) Drying (77°F, 50% RH): To Touch: 20 – 30 minutes To Handle: 40 – 50 minutes Tack Free: 30 – 40 minutes To Sand: 50 – 60 minutes To Recoat: no critical recoat (sand between coats) To Topcoat: 60 minutes To Pack: overnight Force Dry: 15 minutes at 140°F
Fiberglass Cure schedule 15 min @130°F 6B overnite B Pencil 60 min @130 °F 3B overnite HB Pencil PVC Cure schedule 15 min @130°F 2B overnite 2H pencil 60 min @130°F HB overnite 3H pencil Good air movement and humidity control are necessary for proper drying of water reducible coatings. Do not exceed the heat distortion temperature of the substrate. Baking Schedule: Flash off time 10 minutes Bake: 15 minutes at 140°F Flash Point: >299°F Pensky-Martens Closed Cup Mixing Ratio: 10 parts Part A 1 part Part B Catalyst V66VL6 Mixing Ratio with plural component: 12 parts Part A 1 Part Part B Catalyst V66VL6 If you do not use plural component equipment you must mix at least five minutes with good agitation before spraying. Working Pot Life: Product Dependent Monochromatics: 4 – 5 hours Clears: 7 – 8 hours Package Life: 1 year, unopened Catalyst: 9 month shelf life
Air Quality Data: Non-photochemically reactive Varies by color and mixing ratio used please check MSDS for specific colors. White (10 to 1) Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) as packaged, maximum 1.04 lb/gal, 125 g/L Volatile Organic Emissions as packaged, maximum .44 lb/gal, 53 g/L Hazardous Air Pollutants (HAPS) as packaged, is HAPS free. An Environmental Data Sheet is available from your local Sherwin-Williams facility.
General: Substrate should be free of grease, oil, dirt, fingerprints, drawing compounds, any contamination, and surface passivity treatments to ensure optimum adhesion and coating performance properties. Consult Metal Preparation Brochure CC-T1 for additional details. Any use over metal must be primed and/or a basecoat applied. Product does not contain flash rust inhibitors so use over any metal must be tested thoroughly. Plastic/composites: Due to the diverse nature of plastic/composite substrates, a coating or coating system must be tested for acceptable adhesion to the substrate prior to use in production. Reground and recycled plastics along with various fire retardants, flowing agents, mold release agents, and foaming/blowing agents will affect coating adhesion. A filler or primer/barrier coat may be required. Please consult your Sherwin Williams Product Finishes Sales Representative for system recommendations.
Wood (Interior): Must be clean, dry, and finish sanded. Use of Sherwood interior millwork primer is suggested for priming. Substrate should be free of grease, oil, dirt,fingerprints, and any contamination to ensure optimum adhesion and coating performance properties. Moisture content of wood should be 6 to 8%. Wood (Exterior) – Must be clean, dry, and finish sanded. Use of exterior alkyd primer or Sherwood 90 day exterior primer is recommended for priming. Due to the nature of wood and use of various primers these products should be thoroughly tested for exterior performance. Testing: Due to the wide variety of substrates, surface preparation methods, application methods, and environments, the customer should test the complete system for adhesion and compatibility prior to full scale application.
Typical Setups Plural Component Equipment for mixing is preferred May be applied by: 1. Conventional Spray 2. Airless Spray 3. Air Assisted Airless 4. HVLP Conventional Spray: Air Pressure: 40 – 60 psi Fluid Pressure: 10 – 15 psi Cap/Tip: 797/FF Airless Spray: Pressure: >1500 psi Tip: Dependent on line speed Air Assisted Airless: Air Assist Pressure: 20 psi Fluid Pressure: 150-250 psi Cap/Tip: Dependent on line speed HVLP: Gun: Binks Mach 1 Air Pressure at the cap: 40 - 65 psi Fluid Pressure: 6-10 psi Cap/Tip: 95P/97 Plural Component mixing requires catalyzation of 12 parts “A” to 1 part “B” Cleanup: Clean tools and equipment immediately after use with a mixture of 25% Butyl Cellosolve/75% water. Clean V66VL0006 with Butyl Acetate. Do not use solvents such as MEK or acetone to clean up V66VL0006 as they may contain water and may cause plug up of lines or equipment. Flush equipment with solvent to prevent rusting. Follow manufacturer’s safety recommendations when using solvents.
Product Limitations: • Do not store material that has been catalyzed. Pressure can build in closed containers. Use all catalyzed material. • Do not freeze. Store between 45 – 90F. • Potlife maybe different for each color or clear • Product is designed for interior use. • Product has good performance when used exterior. Please consult your SW • Representative to discuss use for exterior applications. • If Solar Reflective colors are used for a heat sensitive substrate then only the Mono White and Clear can be used in the formula.
Thoroughly review product label for safety and cautions prior to using this product. A Material Safety Data Sheet is available from your local Sherwin-Williams facility. Please direct any questions or comments to your local Sherwin-Williams facility. Catalyst CONTAINS ISOCYANATES. People who have chronic (long-term) lung or breathing problems or have had a reaction to isocyanates must not be in the area where this product is being applied. Where overspray is present, a positive pressure air-supplied respirator should be worn. If unavailable, a properly fitted organic vapor/particulate respirator may be effective. Consult catalyst MSDS and product label for complete handling instructions. Note: Product Data Sheets are periodically updated to reflect new information relating to the product. It is important that the customer obtain the most recent Product Data Sheet for the product being used. The information, rating, and opinions stated here pertain to the material currently offered and represent the results of tests believed to be reliable. However, due to variations in customer handling and methods of application, which are not known or under our control, The Sherwin- Williams Company cannot make any warranties as to the end result. Building Product Lab/Columbus S Richter 7/2018