Spray applied, high-solids polyester resin technology that meets AAMA 2603 performance specification.
High solids polyester
- Lower applied cost per part vs. other PPG '2603' systems
- Reduces worker’s exposure to restricted materials
- Reduces damage during handling and installation
- Reduces cost associated with primer and time to process parts
- Allows product differentiation through color
Suggested End Uses
- Windows and door frames
*The range of color availability will vary depending upon exposure requirements and architect specifications.
|Color*||-||A full range of colors including metallics and pearlescents|
|Gloss @ 60°||ASTM D523||Colors: high, medium, & low gloss; Polychromatics: medium & low gloss|
*For more critical applications, a primer/topcoat system and greater film thicknesses may be recommended. Consult PPG specialists for recommendation when developing specifications.
|Dry Film Thickness*||ASTM D1400||1.0 ± 0.2 mil — 0.8 mil min.|
|Pencil Hardness||ASTM D3363||H min.|
|Cross Hatch Adhesion||1/16” wet and dry||Excellent— No removal|
|Direct Impact||1/10” distortion||Excellent— No removal|
|Fabrication||_||Excellent — Withstands punching, cutting, & drilling|
|Acid Resistance||ASTM D1308; 10% muriatic acid spot test||15 minutes — No attack|
|Alkali Resistance||Mortar pat test; 100% relative humidity @ 100°F||24 hours — No attack|
|Detergent Resistance||3% immersion @ 100°F||72 hours — No attack|
|Salt Spray Resistance||ASTM B117, 1500 hrs; 5% NaCl @ 100° F||1/16” maximum undercutting|
|Humidity Resistance||ASTM D714; ASTM D2247, 1500 hrs; 100% relative humidity @ 100°F||Up to few #8 blisters maximum|
|Exterior Exposure||1 yr. @ 45°, south Florida||No loss of adhesion; Maximum 8DE color change; Maximum 6 chalk rating|