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SAFETY AND HEALTH PRECAUTIONS
UNDERCOATS
Cleaning the Vehicle Surface
822 Adhesion Promoter
AM700 Aero-Max Prime Etch
AM750 Aero-Max 2K Wash Primer
AM800 Aero-Max Spot Prime
AM826 Aero-Max Flash Fill UV Primer
AM2759 Aero-Max 2K Epoxy Gray Undercoat
DE17 Chromate Free Etch Primer
Pretreatment Primer
DP20 2K Urethane Primer-Surfacer
Primer-Surfacer
Rollable Primer
DP21 2K Color-It Primer
Wet-On-Wet Sealer
Primer-Surfacer
DP31 Power Fill 2K Sealer Gray
Wet-On-Wet Sealer
DP100 Low VOC 1K Waterborne Primer
Primer-Surfacer
DP200 Exempt Low VOC 2K Primer
Primer-Surfacer
Wet-On-Wet Sealer
DP236 White Low VOC DTM Primer
Primer-Surfacer in National Rule areas
Primer-Surfacer
DP237 Dark Gray Low VOC DTM Primer
Primer-Surfacer in National Rule areas
Primer-Surfacer
DP322 Low VOC White Sealer
Wet-On-Wet Sealer
DP323 Low VOC Dark Grey Sealer
Wet-On-Wet Sealer
DP Power Fill 2K Primer Series
Primer-Surfacer
Wet-On-Wet Sealer
Wet-On-Wet Sealer - Untinted
Application Procedures as a Wet-On-Wet Sealer for use
over new panel with cathodic electro-coat (OEM primer)
DS40 LVOC Transparent Sealer
Sealer
EP Series Chromate Free Epoxy Primers
Anti-Corrosion Primers
Primer-Surfacers
Wet-On-Wet Sealers
EP369 Grey Epoxy Primer LVOC
Surfacer
Wet-On-Wet Sealer
NP80 Non-Isocyanate Primer
High-Build Primer
Polyuroxy® Primer
Primer-Surfacer
Wet-On-Wet Sealer
RMP PowerFill Plus 2K Primer Series
Primer Surfacer
VP126 Flash Fill UV Primer Surfacer
Primer Surfacer
TOPCOATS
Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle for Topcoating
AM200 Aero-Max Hi Gloss Black
AM210 Aero-Max Satin Black
R-M Carizzma®
Dye Bases
Special Effect Powders
R-M Carizzma® Waterborne
Carizzmatics
Crystal
Special Effect Powder
Diamont Basecoat
Spot Repairs
Complete Repairs
Interior Parts
Diamont Basecoat - D121
ONYX HD
Application procedures for exterior
Application procedures for exterior
This method is necessary for OEM warranty work
Application Procedures for ONYX HD Solvent System
UNO HD 340 gms/liter VOC
UNO HD 420 gms/liter VOC
UNO HD National Rule
CLEARCOATS
AM960 Aero-Max Spot Blender
AM2100 Aero-Max 2K Urethane Clear
DC01NB Energy Saving Speed Clear
DC21NB Low VOC Energy Saving Speed Clear
DC92 High Solids Clear
DC100 Jammin’ Clear
DC5100 CTR Clear
DC5100 CTR Clear/Diamont Basecoat
Application Procedures for Cut-Ins
DC5300 CTR Baking Clear
DC5335 Glamour Clear
DC5600 CTR Production Clear
DC5600 CTR Production Clear/Diamont Basecoat
Application Procedures for Cut-Ins
DC5775 Ultra Flat Clear
National Rule
Low VOC
DC5800 2.0 CTR Clear
DC5900 Low VOC Pre-Flexed Clear
DC5995 Low VOC Glamour Clear
RMC2000 LVOC High Solids Clearcoat
RMC2400 Low VOC Brilliant Clear
RMC5000 General Purpose Clear
FLEXIBLE PARTS
Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle Surface for Undercoating
868 1K Plastic Primer
869 1K Low VOC Adhesion Promoter
870 High Solids Adhesion Promoter/ Sealer for Plastics
870 High Solids Adhesion Promoter/Sealer for Plastics
for Low VOC System
875 Light Grey AdPro/Sealer for Plastics for National Rule
and Low VOC areas
876 Dark Grey AdPro/Sealer for Plastics for National Rule
and Low VOC areas
To go directly to a TDS, click on the product name / application.
To return to this page, click on the R-M logo on any TDS.
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FLEXIBLE PARTS (cont.)
SPECIAL PROCEDURES
Cleaning & Preparing New Parts for Topcoating
HB055 Onyx Blender Pro II
HB10S Ultra Flash Flake
SB01 Low VOC Mixing Clear
Underhood Application Procedures Using
ONYX HD Basecoat - National Rule
SB01 Low VOC Mixing Clear
Underhood Application Procedures Using
ONYX HD Basecoat - Low VOC Areas
DP20 2K Urethane Primer-Surfacer
DP21 2K Color-It-Primer as a Primer-Surfacer
DP21 2K Color-It-Primer as a Wet-On-Wet Sealer
DP31 Power Fill 2K Sealer Gray as a Wet-On-Wet Sealer
DP200 Exempt Low VOC 2K Primer as a Primer-Surfacer
DP236 White Low VOC DTM Primer as a Primer-Surfacer
DP237 Dark Gray Low VOC DTM Primer as a Primer-Surfacer
DP322 Low VOC White Sealer as a Wet-On-Wet Sealer
DP323 Low VOC Dark Grey Sealer as a Wet-On-Wet Sealer
DP Power Fill 2K Primer Series as a Primer Surfacer
DP Power Fill 2K Primer Series as a Wet-On-Wet Sealer
RMP PowerFill Plus 2K Primer Series as a Primer Surfacer
UNO HD Color National Rule VOC
UNO HD Color 340 gms/liter VOC
VP126 Flash Fill UV Primer Surfacer
Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle Surface for Topcoating
DC01NB Energy Saving Speed Clear
DC21NB Low VOC Energy Saving Speed Clear
DC92 High Solids Clear
DC5100 CTR Clear
DC5300 CTR Baking Clear
DC5335 Glamour Clear
DC5600 CTR Production Clear
DC5800 2.0 CTR Clear
DC5995 Low VOC Glamour Clear
RMC2000 LVOC High Solids Clearcoat
RMC2400 Low VOC Brilliant Clear
RMC5000 General Purpose Clear
AUXILIARY PRODUCTS
809 Fisheye Eliminator
812 Fisheye Eliminator
DF21 Flex Agent
HR5 Jet5 Accelerator
Jet 95 Accelerator
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
AM902 Aero-Max Plastic Prep and Cleaner
R-M 801 Metal Conditioner
R-M 825 Hydropure
R-M 851 Prep and Wash
R-M 855 SharkBITE Scuff and Clean
R-M 903 Anti-Static Final Wipe
R-M 909 Final Wipe
R-M 915 Waterborne Gun Cleaner
MT900 Suede Texture
SM09 Flattener - Special MAT09
SM10 Low VOC Matte Additive
IMPORTANT: Materials described are for application by professionally trained
personnel only, using proper equipment. While the descriptions, designs, data
and information contained herein are presented in good faith and believed to be
accurate, it is provided for your guidance only. Because many factors may affect
processing or application/use, we recommend that you make tests to determine the
suitability of a product for your particular purpose prior to use. NO WARRANTIES
OF ANY KIND, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE MADE
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you expressly understand and agree that the descriptions, designs, data and
information furnished by BASF hereunder are given gratis and BASF assumes no
obligation or liability for the description, designs, data and information given or
results obtained, all such being given and accepted at your risk.
Safety and health precautions
Paint products are generally mixtures of a number of components that can be hazardous to health and safety.
Paint products are typically composed of resins, pigments, solvents, additives and in some case isocyanates.
In order to use these materials safely, a number of precautions should be followed.
• Flammable paint products should always be kept away from heat, sparks and other ignition sources due
to the flammability of the solvents that are used as carriers.
• Labels should be on all containers during use and storage.
• Paint products should be used by trained professionals only.
• First aid equipment and fire extinguishers should be available and in proper working order.
• Proper ventilation is required when working with any solvent based products including paints, reducers,
hardeners, body putties, etc.
• Proper respiratory and other PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) should be used when mixing,
spraying, applying or sanding.
• Review all labels, technical sheets and MSDS’s for recommendations on product use.
• Keep containers closed when not in use.
• Store properly.
Solvents, some pigments and other additives have health effects associated with them. OSHA has
established PELs (Permissible Exposure Limits) for many of these and there may be TWAs (time weighted
averages), STELs (short term exposure limits), TWA-C (TWA-Ceiling) or a skin designation. These levels
are enforceable by OSHA inspectors. Some solvents or other components in a paint product can cause
acute (immediate) or chronic (long term) effects. See the MSDS for specific information on these effects.
Selected components may have been shown to cause such effects as damage to the liver or kidneys
after overexposure. Acute effects may include dizziness, blurred vision, disorientation and in some severe
cases unconsciousness. It is, therefore, very important to use the materials with the proper PPE including
respiratory protection. Isocyanates have special hazards. See MSDS and labels for further information.
Protecting Yourself - PPE
Always wear gloves when skin exposure is possible. Organic solvents can be absorbed through the skin as
well as inhaled. Never wash hands in solvent, use soap and water or a hand cleaner designed to remove
paint. Solvents can also cause drying of the skin, dermatitis or other irritations to the skin.
Wear safety glasses or goggles to protect your eyes from splashes and vapors. Getting solvent in the eyes is
very painful and may cause damage. If a solvent does get in the eyes, flush with large quantities of water and
seek medical attention.
Protecting Yourself - Respiratory Protection
When using a material containing solvent, it is necessary to use the proper respiratory protection. The
respirator must be properly fitted if it has a face to seal contact. A vapor particulate respirator will protect
you from vapors, mist and dust. An organic vapor cartridge (TC-23C) should be used. All respirators should
be NIOSH (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health) and MSHA (Mine Safety and Health
Administration) approved. If you have facial hair or other conditions that prevent a proper seal of the mask,
you should use a fresh air system such as a hood that has a positive pressure (TC19C NIOSH/MSHA).
For cartridge respirators using negative pressure, the cartridges should be replaced frequently.
Cartridges should be replaced immediately if you can smell solvent or it becomes difficult to
breathe when wearing. When not in use, respirators should be cleaned and stored in sealed
plastic bags away from sunlight, heat or moisture. See the manufacturer’s recommendations for
proper cleaning and storage.
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Safety and health precautions
Protecting Yourself - Respiratory Protection (continued)
Fresh air systems are the only ones approved by NIOSH/MSHA for use with products containing or mixed
with products containing isocyanates.
A dust respirator should be used when sanding before or after applications of primers or body fillers. A vapor
cartridge filter should also be used when applying body fillers which contain styrene or organic peroxides.
Note that while it is important to use the proper respiratory protection and other PPE when applying the
products, it is also important to use it while mixing or otherwise handling the products.
See the MSDS and labels for more information.
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
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Undercoat
Cleaning the Vehicle Surface
Process
Materials Required
1) Wash panel and surrounding area
or entire vehicle.
Water and a mild detergent soap.
851 Prep and Wash
2) Rinse thoroughly and let dry.
3) Clean and dry areas to be repaired.
900 Pre-Kleano
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
4) Repair all damaged areas.
5) Sand entire panel or vehicle where
undercoat will be applied.
Well cured old paintwork
O.E.M. primed spare parts
P220-P240
Grey scuff pad
P80-P150
Bare metal
Galvanized steel
Grey scuff pad
AluminumP120-P180
Grey scuff pad
Plastic
6) Clean all sanded areas to remove
any residue.
900 Pre-Kleano
901 Pre-Paint Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
7) Remove all dirt from cracks
and surfaces.
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Air blow gun
822 Adhesion Promoter
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Products
822 Adhesion Promoter
Cleaning
Wash with soap and water and rinse thoroughly. Scuff and clean with R-M 900, 901 or 909.
Pretreatments
Mixing Ratio
N/A
Ready For Use
Application
1 light coat
Drying
25°C/75°F
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 11/20/13
N/A
15 minutes
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822 Adhesion Promoter
Technical Data
Characteristics
Things to DO:
822 Adhesion Promoter is a 1K, non-sanding, clear
adhesion promoter. It is formulated to promote the
adhesion of Diamont basecoat/clearcoat to factory
applied cured finishes.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do wait at least 15 minutes, but not more than
24 hours, before applying Diamont Basecoat.
•Do scuff and clean OEM finishes before applying
822.
Things NOT to DO:
•Do not use 809 Fisheye Eliminator.
•Do not use flex agents.
Technical Data
Viscosity 16-18 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
•Do not use HR5 Jet5.
•Do not use if shop temperature is below
15°C/60°F.
•Do not use over ANY solvent sensitive finishes
such as acrylic lacquer.
•Do not use over flexible parts.
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 8-10 psi at air cap
Number of Coats 1 light coat
Thickness 0.2-0.5 mils
Pot Life N/A
Coverage 106 sq. ft./gal. @ 0.5 mil
VOC as Applied 803 gms/ltr (6.7 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
AM700 Aero-Max Prime Etch
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Products
AM700 Aero-Max Prime Etch
Cleaning
Wash with soap and water and rinse thoroughly. Scuff and clean with AM900 Aero-Max
Pre-Kleano.
Pretreatments
Mixing Ratio
Application
N/A
Ready-to-Spray
Shake aerosol can for one minute after mixing ball rattles and spray to test.
Spray distance 6"-8"
Apply 2 to 3 coats allowing 2 to 5 minutes flash between coats.
Drying
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
20°C/68°F
15 to 20 minutes
N/A
Use for spot repairs and small sand throughs.
Do not apply 2K polyester putties, 2K epoxy coatings or waterborne basecoats over.
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AM700 Aero-Max Prime Etch
Technical Data
Characteristics
Things to DO:
AM700 Prime Etch is a 1K, fast drying, weld-thru
primer that provides excellent adhesion and corrosion
protection to properly prepared steel, stainless steel,
aluminum and galvanized metals. AM700 can also
be used to prime SMC (fiberglass reinforced). AM700
can be applied over OEM finishes, refinish topcoats
and primers as well as body fillers, glazing putty and
sprayable body filler.
•Do spray product in properly vented area.
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•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do shake for one minute after mixing ball rattles
and spray a small area to test product before
starting the job.
•Do turn the container over and spray to clear the
nozzle when spraying is completed.
•Do spray 0.5 - 1.0 mils of primer to both
surfaces to be welded, additional film thickness
decreases welding efficiency.
•Do allow primer to throughly dry before welding.
Technical Data
Things NOT to DO:
Thickness 1.0-2.0 mils
•Do not leave or store containers in direct
sunlight.
Normal recommended storage: 50°F-100°F.
Coverage 189.8 sq ft/gal @ 1 mil
•Do not incinerate container. Contents under
pressure.
Number of Coats 2 to 3 coats
VOC as Applied 586 gm/ltr (4.9 lbs/gal)
•Do not overcoat with 2K epoxies and 2K
polyester products.
•Do not weld while primer is still wet.
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
AM750 Aero-Max 2K Wash Primer
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Products
AM750 Aero-Max 2K Wash Primer
Cleaning
Wash with soap and water and rinse thoroughly. Scuff and clean with AM900 Aero-Max
Pre-Kleano.
Pretreatments
Mixing Ratio
Application
N/A
Ready-to-Spray
Shake aerosol can for one minute after mixing ball rattles and spray to test.
Spray distance 4"-6"
Apply 1 to 2 coats allowing 2 to 5 minutes flash between coats.
Drying
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
20°C/68°F
10 to 15 minutes
N/A
Use for spot repairs and small sand throughs.
Do not apply 2K polyester putties, 2K epoxy coatings or waterborne basecoats over.
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AM750 Aero-Max 2K Wash Primer
Technical Data
Characteristics
Things to DO:
AM750 Aero-Max 2K Wash Primer is a fast drying,
weld-thru primer that provides excellent adhesion
and corrosion protection to properly prepared steel,
stainless steel, aluminum and galvanized metals.
AM750 can also be used to prime SMC (fiberglass
reinforced). AM750 can be applied over OEM finishes,
refinish topcoats and primers as well as body fillers,
glazing putty and sprayable body filler.
•Do spray product in properly vented area.
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•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do shake for one minute after mixing ball rattles
and spray a small area to test product before
starting the job.
•Do turn the container over and spray to clear the
nozzle when spraying is completed.
•Do spray 0.3 - 0.5 mils of primer to both
surfaces to be welded, additional film thickness
decreases welding efficiency.
•Do allow primer to throughly dry before welding.
Technical Data
Things NOT to DO:
Thickness 0.3-0.5 mils
•Do not leave or store containers in direct
sunlight.
Normal recommended storage: 50°F-100°F.
Coverage 189.8 sq ft/gal @ 1 mil
•Do not incinerate container. Contents under
pressure.
Number of Coats 1 to 2 coats
VOC as Applied 613 gm/ltr (6.0 lbs/gal)
•Do not overcoat with 2K epoxies and 2K
polyester products.
•Do not weld while primer is still wet.
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
AM800 Aero-Max Spot Prime
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Products
AM800 Aero-Max Spot Prime
Cleaning
Wash with soap and water and rinse thoroughly. Scuff and clean with AM900 Aero-Max
Pre-Kleano.
Pretreatments
Mixing Ratio
Application
Apply 1 light coat of DE17 as a pretreatment primer, when priming galvanized steel or
aluminum.
Ready-to-Spray
Shake aerosol can for one minute after mixing ball rattles and spray to test.
Spray distance 6"-8"
Apply 2 to 3 coats allowing 2 to 5 minutes flash between coats.
Drying
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
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20°C/68°F
15 to 30 minutes
Wet Sand by Hand - P320 to P400 grit
Dry Sand by Hand - P320 grit
Dry Sand by Machine - P280 grit
Use for spot repairs and small sand throughs.
AM800 Aero-Max Spot Prime
Technical Data
Characteristics
Things to DO:
AM800 Spot Prime is a 1K, fast drying, easy sanding
primer that provides excellent adhesion plus good
color hold-out. AM800 can be applied over cured,
cleaned and sanded paint finishes and bare steel.
•Do spray product in properly vented area.
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•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do shake for one minute after mixing ball rattles
and spray a small area to test product before
starting the job.
•Do turn the container over and spray to clear the
nozzle when spraying is completed.
Things NOT to DO:
Technical Data
Number of Coats 2 to 3 coats
•Do not leave or store containers in direct
sunlight.
Normal recommended storage: 50°F-100°F.
Thickness 2.0-3.0 mils
•Do not incinerate container. Contents under
pressure.
Coverage 189.8 sq ft/gal @ 1 mil
VOC as Applied 580 gms/ltr (4.8 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
AM826 Aero-Max Flash Fill UV Primer
Products
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AM826 Aero-Max Flash Fill UV Primer
851 Prep and Wash
900 Pre-Kleano
901 Pre-Paint Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
Cleaning
Pretreatments
Mixing Ratio
Application
See Undercoat Section - Cleaning the Vehicle Surface
N/A
Ready-to-Spray
Shake aerosol can for one minute after mixing ball rattles and spray to test.
Spray distance 6"-8"
2 to 3 wet coats
1 to 2 minutes minimum flash between coats
3 to 5 minutes minimum flash before UV curing
Drying
UV cure with UVA lamp 3 to 10 inches away for 2 to 3 minutes
UV primer can be cured by sunlight.
•Exposure time is dependant on UV intensity (average time is 5 to 20 mins).
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
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•Allow to flash before exposing to sunlight.
•Can not be cured in the rain.
•Surface cure will indicate extent of cure.
May be sanded immediately after UV cure.
Sand with P320 to P500 grit paper.
•Surface will be slightly tacky and will be removed quickly after initial sanding with
paper.
•For dry sanding, surface can be wiped with R-M 900, 901, 909 or AM900.
•For wet sanding, sand without wiping surface.
AM826 Aero-Max Flash Fill UV Primer
Technical Data
Characteristics
Things to DO:
AM826 Aero-Max Flash Fill UV Primer is a one
component, high build, UV curable primer for
application over galvanized, aluminum alloys, steel,
old paint, fiberglass, SMC, and body fillers. AM826
produces an easy to use, high build, fast automotive
undercoat. It also has an excellent sag resistance
and is easy to apply. The highly durable, solvent
resistant film, is superior to many conventional acrylic
polyurethane primers.
•Do spray product in properly vented area.
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•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do shake for one minute after mixing ball rattles
and spray a small area to test product before
starting the job.
•Do turn the container over and spray to clear the
nozzle when spraying is completed.
•Do use a R-M Adhesion Promoter on plastic.
•IR or force bake may be used to cure topcoat.
Technical Data
Number of Coats 2 to 3 wet coats
Thickness 2.0-4.0 mils
Coverage 350 sq ft/gal @ 1.0 mil
VOC as Applied 587 gms/ltr (4.9 lbs/gal)
Things NOT to DO:
•Do not leave or store containers in direct
sunlight.
Normal recommended storage: 50°F-100°F.
•Do not over expose UV light on plastic parts.
Due to heat generated.
•Do not puncture, crush or incinerate container.
Contents under pressure.
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
AM2759 Aero-Max 2K Epoxy Gray Undercoat
Products
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AM2759 Aero-Max 2K Epoxy Gray Undercoat
851 Prep and Wash
900 Pre-Kleano
901 Pre-Paint Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
Cleaning
Pretreatments
Mixing Ratio
Application
See Undercoat Section - Cleaning the Vehicle Surface
N/A
•Shake aerosol for 2 minutes.
•Take red button from cap and attach it to the pin on the aerosol bottom.
•Put aerosol with cap upside down on a stable ground.
•Press red button with ball of your hand until stop is reached.
•Shake vigorously for minimum of 2 minutes.
•Contents good for only 1 day after activation.
Shake aerosol can for two minutes after mixing ball begins to rattle and spray to test.
Spray distance 6"-8"
Apply 2 to 3 coats allowing 5 to 10 minutes flash between coats.
Drying
20°C/68°F
Topcoats should be applied after 30 minutes flash for single stage and after
2 hours for basecoat, but no longer than 24 hours for any topcoat.
Drying at room temperature: Tack Free - 1 hour
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
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Dry to touch/handle - 4 hours
N/A
Use for spot repairs and small sand throughs, as a wet-on-wet sealer.
AM2759 Aero-Max 2K Epoxy Gray Undercoat
Technical Data
Characteristics
Things to DO:
AM2759 Epoxy was designed to be used as a weton-wet sealer and as a DTM primer sealer for R-M
topcoats.
•Do spray product in properly vented area.
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•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do shake for two minutes after mixing ball rattles
and spray a small area to test product before
starting the job.
•Do turn the container over and spray to clear the
nozzle when spraying is completed.
Things NOT to DO:
Technical Data
Number of Coats 2 to 3 coats
•Do not leave or store containers in direct
sunlight.
Normal recommended storage: 50°F-100°F.
Thickness 1.0-2.0 mils
•Do not incinerate container. Contents under
pressure.
Coverage 359 sq ft/gal @ 1 mil
•Do not use over flexible parts.
PWMIR 1.20 Aerosol General
Coating, Primer
VOC as Applied 563 gms/ltr (4.7 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
DE17 Chromate Free Etch Primer
as a Pretreatment Primer
Products
DE17 Chromate Free Etch Primer
851 Prep and Wash
900 Pre-Kleano
901 Pre-Paint Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
DA17 Etch Primer Activator
R-M 2K Primers
UR Series Reducers
VR0 Ultra Low VOC Reducer
Cleaning
Pretreatments
Mixing Ratio
Application
Drying
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
See Undercoat Section - Cleaning the Vehicle Surface
N/A
National Rule
1:1:30%
Low VOC
1:1:150%
100 parts DE17
100 parts DA17
30 parts UR Reducer
100 parts DE17
100 parts DA17
150 parts VR0
1 light coat over all bare metal areas
20°C/68°F
10 to 15 minutes (Before applying R-M 2K Primers)
N/A
Do not apply polyester body-fillers over DE17.
Do not use DE17 in Delaware.
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DE17 Chromate Free Etch Primer
as a Pretreatment Primer Technical Data
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Characteristics
Things to DO:
DE17 Chromate Free Etch Primer is a non-chromated
two part universal pretreatment primer for use under
R-M 2K Primers. DE17 offers excellent adhesion and
corrosion protection when used as a pretreatment
primer over steel, aluminum, zinc or galvanized metals.
DE17 must be mixed with DA17 Etch Primer Activator
prior to use.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do apply R-M 2K Primers over DE17.
•Do measure the amount of activator and reducer
- DO NOT ESTIMATE.
•Do check local regulations to ensure proper
usage.
•Do apply 1 light coat of DE17.
•Do use within 48 hours of mixing.
Things NOT to DO:
Technical Data
Viscosity 18-20 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 6-10 psi at air cap
Number of Coats 1 light coat
•Do not use fisheye eliminator in DE17.
•Do not use flex agents in DE17.
•Do not use HR5 Jet5 in DE17.
•Do not use if shop temperature is below
15°C/60°F.
•Do not use over flexible parts.
•Do not topcoat directly.
Thickness 0.25-0.5 mils
Pot Life 48 hours @ 20°C/68°F
Coverage 434 sq ft/gal @ 0.5 mil
VOC as Applied National Rule
690 gms/ltr (5.8 lbs/gal)
Low VOC
660 gms/ltr (5.5 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
DP20 2K Urethane Primer-Surfacer
as a Primer-Surfacer
Products
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DP20 2K Urethane Primer-Surfacer
851 Prep and Wash
900 Pre-Kleano
901 Pre-Paint Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
DE17 Chromate Free Etch Primer
EP Series Primers
PH12 Primer/Sealer Hardener X-Fast
PH36 Medium Hardener
UR Series Reducers
Cleaning
Pretreatments
See Undercoat Section - Cleaning the Vehicle Surface
Apply 1 light coat of DE17, as a pretreatment primer or EP Series Epoxy Primer, as an
anti-corrosion primer. (See Undercoat Sections DE17 or EP Series for additional
information)
Mixing Ratio
4:1:1
4 parts DP20
1 part PH12 or PH36
1 part UR Reducer
Application
2 to 3 medium wet coats
5 to 10 minutes flash between coats
Apply a light guide coat. Over-reduced Diamont Color such as BC200 works well. Mix 9
parts UR reducer with 1 part Diamont Color for the guide coat.
Drying
20°C/68°F
90 minutes
60°C/140°F
35 to 45 minutes
70°C/160°F
25 to 35 minutes
Infra Red short wave 5 to 7 minutes
Sanding
Wet Sand - P400 to P600 grit
Dry Sand - P320 to P400 grit
Finish Sand - P500 grit
Remove sanding residue with 900, 901, 909 or AM900.
Notes
US Rev. 11/6/14
Use the guide coat to locate imperfections that need to be sanded out.
DP20 2K Urethane Primer-Surfacer
as a Primer-Surfacer Technical Data
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Characteristics
Things to DO:
DP20 2K Urethane Primer-Surfacer is a two part
urethane primer-surfacer. DP20 2K Urethane PrimerSurfacer is the undercoat recommended under
UNO HD Color, ONYX HD or Diamont Basecoat Color.
DP20 can be applied over cured, cleaned and sanded
OEM finishes, cured air dried finishes, treated bare
metals, body filler and fiberglass. The primer dries in
90 minutes and sands very easily.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do use the DP20 mixture within 30 minutes.
•Do measure the amount of hardener and reducer
- DO NOT ESTIMATE.
•Do use DF21 Flex Agent when painting flexible
parts. See Flexible Parts section of manual.
•Do allow DP20 to dry for 90 minutes, but no
longer than 12 hours before sanding.
Technical Data
Viscosity 19-21 sec. #4 Ford cup
•Do scuff, clean and reapply one light coat of
DP20 before topcoating if the initial application
dried longer than 12 hours.
•Do apply 1 light coat of EP Epoxy Primer as an
Anti-corrosion Primer, or DE17 as a Pretreatment
Primer over bare metal.
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.4-1.9 mm
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.5-1.8 mm
Things NOT to DO:
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 6-10 psi at air cap
•Do not use fisheye eliminator in DP20.
Number of Coats 2 to 3 medium wet coats
Thickness 1.5-2.5 mils
Pot Life 30 minutes @ 20°C/68°F
Coverage 297 sq ft/gal @ 2.0 mils
•Do not use if shop temperature is below
15°C/60°F.
•Do not allow DP20 to flash longer than 5 minutes
before force drying.
•Do not use HR5 Jet5 in DP20.
•Do not use DP20 as a wet-on-wet sealer.
VOC as Applied 551 gms/ltr (4.6 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
DP20 2K Urethane Primer-Surfacer
as a Rollable Primer
Products
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DP20 2K Urethane Primer-Surfacer
851 Prep and Wash
900 Pre-Kleano
901 Pre-Paint Solvent Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
DE17 Chromate Free Etch Primer
EP Series Primers
PH12 Primer/Sealer Hardener - X-Fast
PH36 Medium Hardener
Cleaning
Pretreatments
Mixing Ratio
See Undercoat Section - Cleaning the Vehicle Surface
Apply 1 light coat of DE17, as a pretreatment primer or EP Series Epoxy Primer, as an
anti-corrosion primer. (See Undercoat Sections DE17 or EP Series for additional
information)
4:1
4 parts DP20
1 part PH12 or PH36
Application
2 even wet coats using 4” ultra-fine polyurethane foam roller cover
10 minutes flash between coats
Apply a light guide coat. Over-reduced Diamont Color such as BC200 works well. Mix 9
parts UR reducer with 1 part Diamont Color for the guide coat.
Drying
20°C/68°F
90 minutes
60°C/140°F 35 to 45 minutes
70°C/160°F 25 to 35 minutes
Sanding/
Polishing
Wet Sand - P400 to P600 grit
Dry Sand - P320 to P400 grit
Remove sanding residue with 900, 901, 909 or AM900.
Notes
US Rev. 11/6/14
Use the guide coat to locate imperfections that need to be sanded out.
DP20 2K Urethane Primer-Surfacer
as a Rollable Primer Technical Data
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Characteristics
Things to DO:
DP20 2K Urethane Primer-Surfacer is a two part
urethane primer-surfacer. DP20 2K Urethane PrimerSurfacer is the undercoat recommended under
UNO HD Color, ONYX HD or Diamont Basecoat Color.
DP20 can be applied over cured, cleaned and sanded
OEM finishes, cured air dried finishes, treated bare
metals, body filler and fiberglass. The primer dries in
90 minutes and sands very easily. DP20 can be applied
as a spray coating or a roller coating.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do use the DP20 mixture within 30 minutes.
•Do measure the amount of hardener - DO NOT
ESTIMATE.
•Do allow DP20 to dry for 90 minutes, but no
longer than 12 hours before sanding.
•Do scuff, clean and reapply one light coat of
DP20 before topcoating if the initial application
dried longer than 12 hours.
Technical Data
•Do apply 1 light coat of EP Epoxy Primer as an
Anti-corrosion Primer, or DE17 as a Pretreatment
Primer over bare metal.
Roller cover 4" ultra-fine polyurethane
Number of Coats 2 even wet coats
Thickness 1.5-2.5 mils
Usable Life 30 minutes @ 20°C/68°F
Coverage 329 sq ft/gal @ 2.0 mils
VOC as Applied 520 gms/ltr (4.3 lbs/gal)
Things NOT to DO:
•Do not use fisheye eliminator in DP20.
•Do not use if shop temperature is below
15°C/60°F.
•Do not allow DP20 to flash longer than 5 minutes
before force drying.
•Do not use HR5 Jet5 in DP20.
•Do not use DP20 as a wet-on-wet sealer.
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
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DP21 2K Color-It Primer
as a Wet-On-Wet Sealer
Products
DP21 2K Color-It Primer
851 Prep and Wash
900 Pre-Kleano
901 Pre-Paint Solvent Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
DE17 Chromate Free Etch Primer
DH42 Rapid Hardener
DH44 Medium Hardener
DH46 Normal Hardener
DH47 Slow Hardener
EP Series Primers
UR Series Reducers
Cleaning
Pretreatments
Mixing Ratio
Application
Drying
See Undercoat Section - Cleaning the Vehicle Surface
Apply 1 light coat of DE17, as a pretreatment primer or EP Series Epoxy Primer, as an
anti-corrosion primer. (See Undercoat Sections DE17 or EP Series for additional
information)
UNO HD
Step 1 - 1:3
Diamont
Step 1 - 1:2
1 part UNO HD Tinting Base/Color
3 parts DP21
1 part Diamont Tinting Base/Color
2 parts DP21
Start with tinting base/color and then add
DP21.
Start with tinting base/color and then add
DP21.
Step 2 - 6:1:2
Step 2 - 3:1:20%
6 parts UNO HD/DP21 Mixture
1 part DH44, DH46 or DH47
2 parts UR Reducer
3 parts Diamont/DP21 Mixture
1 part DH42, DH44, DH46 or DH47
20% UR Reducer
Stir thoroughly prior to use.
Stir thoroughly prior to use.
1 to 2 medium wet coats
20°C/68°F
15 to 20 minutes
Do not force dry.
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 11/6/14
N/A
Remove sanding residue with 900, 901, 909 or AM900.
Use the same topcoat product to tint DP21 as you will be using to paint the vehicle/
part. If topcoating with Diamont, use Diamont to tint DP21. If topcoating with UNO HD,
use UNO HD to tint DP21. When using inter-mixed color, Diamont ONLY, to tint
DP21, the color should NOT be ready-for-use (no reducer).
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DP21 2K Color-It Primer
as a Wet-On-Wet Sealer Technical Data
Characteristics
Things to DO:
DP21 2K Color-It Primer can be used as a wet-on-wet
sealer or as a primer-surfacer. DP21 2K Color-It Primer
MUST be mixed with Diamont or UNO HD before it
can be used. Select a color that is similar in color
to the topcoat being applied, this will result in a
colored undercoat that is much easier to paint over.
When used as a primer-sealer, Diamont Basecoat or
UNO HD can be applied over DP21 with excellent
holdout. DP21 also can be used for painting flexible
parts, with the addition of DF21.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do measure the amount of hardener and reducer
- DO NOT ESTIMATE.
•Do apply 1 light coat of EP Epoxy Primer as an
Anti-corrosion Primer, or DE17 as a Pretreatment
Primer over bare metal.
•Do allow DP21 to dry 15-20 minutes before
topcoating.
•Do topcoat DP21 with the same technology
material as was used to tint DP21.
Technical Data
Viscosity 18-20 sec. #4 Ford cup
•Do use only UNO HD Tinting Bases.
•Do use DF21 Flex Agent when painting flexible
parts. See Flexible Parts section of manual.
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.4-1.6 mm
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 6-10 psi at air cap
Number of Coats 1 to 2 medium wet coats
Thickness 1.0-1.5 mils
Pot Life 1 to 2 hours @ 20°C/68°F
Diamont Tinted - 447 sq ft/gal @ 1.5 mils
Coverage
VOC as Applied 550 gms/ltr max. (4.6 lbs/gal)
UNO HD Tinted - 461 sq ft/gal @ 1.5 mils
Coverage
Things NOT to DO:
•Do not use fisheye eliminator.
•Do not use if shop temperature is below
15°C/60°F.
•Do not use over solvent sensitive finishes such
as acrylic lacquer.
•Do not use HR5 Jet5 or Jet95 in DP21.
•Do not force dry DP21 when used as a wet-onwet primer-sealer.
•Do not allow DP21 to dry longer than 4 hours
(when tinted with UNO HD) before applying
topcoat.
•Do not tint with UNO HD that contains SC01 or
SC10.
VOC as Applied 550 gms/ltr (4.6 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
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DP21 2K Color-It Primer
as a Primer-Surfacer
Products
DP21 2K Color-It Primer
851 Prep and Wash
900 Pre-Kleano
901 Pre-Paint Solvent Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
DE17 Chromate Free Etch Primer
DH42 Rapid Hardener
Cleaning
Pretreatments
Mixing Ratio
Application
DH44 Medium Hardener
DH46 Normal Hardener
DH47 Slow Hardener
EP Series Primers
PH60 Fast HS Hardener
PH61 Medium HS Hardener
UR Series Reducers
See Undercoat Section - Cleaning the Vehicle Surface
Apply 1 light coat of DE17, as a pretreatment primer or EP Series Epoxy Primer, as
an anti-corrosion primer. (See Undercoat Sections DE17 or EP Series for additional
information)
UNO HD
Step 1 - 1:6
Diamont
Step 1 - 1:2
1 part UNO HD Tinting Base/Color
6 parts DP21
1 part Diamont Tinting Base/Color
2 parts DP21
Start with tinting base/color and then add
DP21.
Start with tinting base/color and then add
DP21.
Step 2 - 6:1:2
Step 2 - 4:1
6 parts UNO HD/DP21 Mixture
1 part DH42, DH44, DH46 or DH47
2 parts UR Reducer
4 parts Diamont/DP21 Mixture
1 part PH60 or PH61
No Reducer
Stir thoroughly prior to use.
Stir thoroughly prior to use.
2 medium wet coats
5 to 10 minutes flash between coats
Drying
Sanding/
Polishing
20°C/68°F
3 to 3.5 hours
60°C/140°F
25 to 30 minutes
70°C/160°F
20 to 25 minutes
Infra Red short wave 7 to 8 minutes when tinting with UNO HD
Infra Red short wave 5 to 9 minutes when tinting with Diamont
Wet Sand - P400 to P600 grit
Dry Sand - P320 to P400 grit
Remove sanding residue with 900, 901, 909 or AM900.
Apply a light guide coat. Over-reduced Diamont Basecoat of a contrasting color works
well. Mix 9 parts UR reducer with 1 part Diamont Color for the guide coat.
Notes
US Rev. 11/6/14
Use the same topcoat product to tint DP21 as you will be using to paint the
vehicle/part. If topcoating with Diamont, use Diamont to tint DP21. If topcoating
with UNO HD, use UNO HD to tint DP21.
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DP21 2K Color-It Primer
as a Primer-Surfacer Technical Data
Characteristics
Things to DO:
DP21 2K Color-It Primer can be used as a wet-on-wet
sealer or as a primer-surfacer. DP21 1K Color-It Primer
MUST be mixed with Diamont or UNO HD before it
can be used. Select a color that is similar in color
to the topcoat being applied, this will result in a
colored undercoat that is much easier to paint over.
When used as a primer-surfacer, Diamont Basecoat or
UNO HD can be applied over DP21 with excellent
holdout. DP21 also can be used for painting flexible
parts, with the addition of DF21.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do measure the amount of hardener and reducer
- DO NOT ESTIMATE.
•Do apply 1 light coat or EP Epoxy Primer as an
Anti-corrosion Primer, or DE17 as a Pretreatment
Primer over bare metal.
•Do use DP21 within 2 hours of being mixed.
•Do use DF21 Flex Agent when painting flexible
parts. See Flexible Parts section of manual.
•Do use ONLY UNO HD Tinting Bases.
Technical Data
•Do use DH42 only for spot repairs.
Viscosity 20-22 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.4-1.9 mm
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 6-10 psi at air cap
Number of Coats 2 medium wet coats
Thickness 2.0 mils
Pot Life 2 hours @ 20°C/68°F
Diamont Tinted with
BC200 - Coverage 282 sq ft/gal @ 2.0 mils
Things NOT to DO:
•Do not use fisheye eliminator.
•Do not use if shop temperature is below
15°C/60°F.
•Do not use over solvent sensitive finishes such
as acrylic lacquer.
•Do not use HR5 Jet5 or Jet95 in DP21.
•Do not allow DP21 to dry longer than 5 minutes
before force drying.
•Do not tint with UNO HD that contains SC01 or
SC10.
VOC as Applied 575 gms/ltr max. (4.8 lbs/gal)
UNO HD Tinted with
SC25 - Coverage 250 sq ft/gal @ 2.0 mils
VOC as Applied 575 gms/ltr (4.8 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
DP31 Power Fill 2K Sealer Gray
as a Wet-On-Wet Sealer
Products
DP31 Power Fill 2K Sealer Gray
851 Prep and Wash
900 Pre-Kleano
901 Pre-Paint Solvent Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
DE17 Chromate Free Etch Primer
Cleaning
Pretreatments
Mixing Ratio
Drying
DH42 Rapid Hardener
DH44 Medium Hardener
DH46 Normal Hardener
EP Series Primers
UR Series Reducers
VR Series Reducers
See Undercoat Section - Cleaning the Vehicle Surface
Apply 1 light coat of DE17, as a pretreatment primer or EP Series Epoxy Primer, as
an anti-corrosion primer. (See Undercoat Sections DE17 or EP Series for additional
information)
Untinted
4:1:2
Tinted with UNO HD
3:1:1:2
4parts DP31
1part DH42, DH44 or DH46
2parts UR or VR Reducer
3parts DP31
1part UNO HD Tinting Base/Color
1part DH42, DH44 or DH46
2parts UR or VR Reducer
Tinted with Diamont
4:1:1:1
Tinted with ONYX HD
4parts DP31
1part Diamont Tinting Base/Color
1part DH42, DH44 or DH46
1part UR Reducer
Application
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Step 1 - 6:1
6parts DP31
1part ONYX HD Tinting Base/Color
Step 2 - 8:2:4 (or 8:2:3)
8 parts DP31/ONYX HD mixture
2parts DH42, DH44 or DH46
4parts VR Reducer (or 3 parts UR Reducer)
1 medium wet coat
20°C/68°F
15 to 20 minutes
Do not force dry.
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 11/6/14
N/A
Need to use a pretreatment primer when using as a sealer over bare metal substrates.
DP31 may be applied to unsanded e-coat that has been properly cleaned.
For application of Power Fill to plastic parts, see Flexible Parts Section.
DP31 Power Fill 2K Sealer Gray
as a Wet-On-Wet Sealer Technical Data
Characteristics
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Things to DO:
DP31 is a wet-on-wet sealer that provides exceptional
hold out, dries to a GLOSSY finish and provides a
smooth surface for Diamont, UNO HD or ONYX HD
topcoats. DP31 can be tinted with either Diamont,
UNO HD or ONYX HD bases. DP31 may be applied
over cured and sanded air dry finishes, properly
sanded OEM finishes, properly prepared bare metal,
fiberglass and body fillers. Aluminum substrates must
be properly treated before DP31 is applied. Do not
use ready for use Diamont, UNO HD or ONYX HD
colors due to VOC regulations.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do measure the amount of hardener and reducer
- DO NOT ESTIMATE.
•Do allow DP31 to dry 15 minutes before
topcoating.
•Do use only Diamont, UNO HD or ONYX HD
Tinting bases.
•Do use DF21 Flex Agent when painting flexible
parts. See Flexible Parts section of manual.
•DP31 may be applied to unsanded e-coat that
has been properly cleaned.
Technical Data
Viscosity
15-18 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity)
1.5-1.7 mm
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity)
1.3-1.5 mm
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE)
6-10 psi at air cap
•Do not use fisheye eliminator.
1 medium wet coat
•Do not use if shop temperature is below
15°C/60°F.
Number of Coats
Thickness
Pot Life
Coverage
VOC as Applied
1.0-1.5 mils
45 to 60 minutes @ 20°C/68°F
Untinted
589 sq ft/gal
Tinted with Diamont
447 sq ft/gal
Tinted with UNO HD
461 sq ft/gal
Tinted with ONYX HD
561 sq ft/gal
Untinted
539 gms/liter (4.5 lbs/gal)
Tinted with Diamont
550 gms/liter (4.6 lbs/gal)
Tinted with UNO HD
UR Reducers:
550 gms/liter (4.6 lbs/gal)
VR Reducers:
419 gms/liter (3.5 lbs/gal)
Tinted with ONYX HD
UR Reducers:
550 gms/liter (4.6 lbs/gal)
VR Reducers:
420 gms/liter (3.5 lbs/gal)
Things NOT to DO:
•Do not use over solvent sensitive finishes such
as acrylic lacquer.
•Do not use HR5 Jet5 or Jet95 in DP31.
•Do not force dry DP31.
•Do not allow DP31 to dry longer than 4 hours
before applying topcoat.
•Do not tint with UNO HD that contains SC01, or
SC10.
•Do not tint with ONYX HD that contains HB002
or HB100.
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
DP100 Low VOC 1K Waterborne Primer
as a Primer-Surfacer
Products
U
DP100 Low VOC 1K Waterborne Primer
851 Prep and Wash
900 Pre-Kleano
901 Pre-Paint Solvent Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
HB020 Hydromix
Cleaning
Pretreatments
Mixing Ratio
See Undercoat Section - Cleaning the Vehicle Surface
Must use EP Series primers to pre-prime large areas of bare steel, aluminum and
galvanized steel.
1:10%
1 part DP100
10% HB020
Application
2 medium wet coats
5 to 10 minutes flash between coats or until matte
Drying
20°C/68°F
2 hours at 50% relative humidity
60°C/140°F
30 minutes
Infra Red short wave
3 to 5 minutes
Infra Red medium wave 15 to 20 minutes
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
Dry Sand - P320 to P400 grit
Clean with 909 Final Wipe or deionized water.
Use the guide coat to locate imperfections that need to be sanded out.
Do not apply DP100 directly over body fillers, or use body fillers directly over DP100.
Shelf life is 18 months.
US Rev. 7/25/14
DP100 Low VOC 1K Waterborne Primer
as a Primer-Surfacer Technical Data
U
Characteristics
Things to DO:
DP100 Low VOC 1K Waterborne Primer is a waterborne primer-surfacer. DP100 is recommended under
Diamont, ONYX HD and UNO HD topcoats. DP100
can be applied over cured, cleaned and sanded OEM
finishes; cured air dried finishes; large areas of bare
steel, aluminum, galvanized steel that have been
coated with EP Series primers as a pretreatment; and
fiberglass.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do use only in shop temperature that is above
60°F/15°C.
•Do keep spray gun head under water when gun
is not in used.
•Do keep from freezing.
•Do use EP Series primers as a pretreatment
over large areas of bare steel, aluminum and
galvanized steel.
•Do dry sand only.
Technical Data
Viscosity 25-35 sec. #4 Ford cup
Things NOT to DO:
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.4-1.9 mm
•Do not use fisheye eliminator in DP100.
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
•Do not use if shop temperature is below
60°F/15°C.
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 10 psi at air cap
•Do not use HR5 Jet5 in DP100.
Number of Coats 2 medium wet coats
Thickness 1.6-2.4 mils
Pot Life 7 days
•Do not use DP100 as a wet-on-wet sealer.
•Do not use DP100 directly over or under body
filler.
•Do not apply over flexible parts.
Coverage 297 sq ft/gal @ 2.0 mils
VOC as Applied 180 gms/ltr (1.5 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
U
DP200 Exempt Low VOC 2K Primer
as a Primer-Surfacer
Products
DP200 Exempt Low VOC 2K Primer
851 Prep and Wash
900 Pre-Kleano
901 Pre-Paint Solvent Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
DE17 Chromate Free Etch Primer
Cleaning
Pretreatments
PA20NB Low VOC Productive Primer
Activator
PH10 Spot Repair Hardener
PH20 Medium Hardener
VR Series Reducers
See Undercoat Section - Cleaning the Vehicle Surface
On bare metals, apply 1 light coat of DE17, as a pretreatment primer. (See Undercoat
Sections DE17 for additional information). Check your local VOC regulations to determine
what pretreatments are compliant in you area.
Mixing Ratio
High Speed Process
4:1:1
3:1:1
4 parts DP200
1 part PH10 or PH20
1 part VR Reducer
3 parts DP200
1 part PH10
1 part PA20NB
Mixing of small amounts for high speed process
Application
1 oz
2 oz
3 oz
4 oz
5 oz
6 oz
7 oz
8 oz
DP200
29.9
59.9
89.8
119.7
149.6
179.6
209.5
239.4
PH10
6.9
13.7
20.6
27.5
34.4
41.2
48.1
55.0
PA20NB
7.5
15.0
22.5
30.0
37.5
45.0
52.5
60.0
44.3
grams
88.6
grams
132.9
grams
177.2
grams
221.5
grams
265.8
grams
310.1
grams
354.4
grams
2 to 3 medium wet coats
5 minutes flash between coats
Apply a light guide coat. Over-reduced Diamont Basecoat of a contrasting color works
well. Mix 9 parts UR reducer with 1 part Diamont Color for the guide coat.
Drying
Sanding/
Polishing
High Speed Process - PA20NB
20°C/68°F
90 minutes
60°C/140°F
30 minutes
Infra Red short wave 5 to 7 minutes
15 to 20 minutes
10 minutes
N/A
Wet Sand - P320 to P400 grit
Dry Sand - P320 to P400 grit
Remove sanding residue with 900, 901, 909 or AM900.
Check your local VOC regulations to determine which R-M cleaners are compliant in you
area.
Notes
US Rev. 11/6/14
DP200 Exempt Low VOC 2K Primer
as a Primer-Surfacer Technical Data
U
Characteristics
Things to DO:
DP200 is a 250 gms/ltr (2.1 lbs/gal) solventborne
primer which exhibits extremely fast filling and sanding
characteristics. DP200 is a high solids urethane primer
that dries quickly to a hard chemically resistant finish.
DP200 is recommended under UNO HD, ONYX HD
and Diamont topcoats.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
PA20NB may be used to significantly speed up
sanding time in DP200.
•Do measure the amount of hardener and reducer
- DO NOT ESTIMATE.
•Do allow DP200 to cure 1.5 hours before
sanding.
•Do use DP200 within 45 minutes of being mixed.
•Do use only PH10 or PH20 Hardener and
VR Reducer in DP200.
•Do use PA20NB for high speed process.
•Do use DF21 Flex Agent when painting flexible
parts. See Flexible Parts section of manual.
Technical Data
Viscosity 13-15 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 8-10 psi at air cap
Number of Coats 2 to 3 medium wet coats
Thickness 2.0 mils (6.0 mils max.)
Things NOT to DO:
•Do not use fisheye eliminator.
•Do not use if shop temperature is below
15°C/60°F.
•Do not use HR5 Jet5 or Jet95 in DP200.
•Do not allow DP200 to dry longer than 5 minutes
before force drying.
Pot Life 30 to 45 minutes @
20°C/68°F
with PA20NB
15 to 20 minutes @
20°C/68°F
Coverage 314 sq ft/gal @ 2.0 mils
VOC as Applied 250 gms/ltr (2.1 lbs/gal)
with PA20NB
240 gms/ltr (2.0 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
DP200 Exempt Low VOC 2K Primer
as a Wet-On-Wet Sealer
Products
U
DP200 Exempt Low VOC 2K Primer
851 Prep and Wash
900 Pre-Kleano
901 Pre-Paint Solvent Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
DE17 Chromate Free Etch Primer
PH10 Spot Repair Hardener
PH20 Medium Hardener
VR Series Reducers
Cleaning
Pretreatments
Mixing Ratio
See Undercoat Section - Cleaning the Vehicle Surface
On bare metals, apply 1 light coat of DE17, as a pretreatment primer. (See Undercoat
Sections DE17 for additional information). Check your local VOC regulations to determine
what pretreatments are compliant in you area.
Untinted
4:1:2
Tinted
Step 1 - 5:1
4 parts DP200
1 part PH10 or PH20
2 parts VR Reducer
5 parts DP200
1 part UNO HD or Diamont Tinting Base/Color
Step 2 - 4:1:2
4 parts DP200/tint mixture
1 part PH10 or PH20
2 parts VR Reducer
Application
1 to 2 medium wet coats
5 minutes flash between coats; 30 minutes flash before topcoating
Drying
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 11/6/14
20°C/68°F
30 minutes
N/A
Check your local VOC regulations to determine which R-M cleaners are compliant in your
area.
Use the same topcoat product to tint DP200 as you will be using to paint
the vehicle/part. If topcoating with Diamont, use Diamont to tint DP200. If
topcoating with UNO HD, use UNO HD to tint DP200. When using inter-mixed
color, Diamont ONLY, to tint DP200, the color should NOT be ready-for-use (no
reducer).
DP200 Exempt Low VOC 2K Primer
as a Wet-On-Wet Sealer Technical Data
U
Characteristics
Things to DO:
DP200 Low VOC Primer can be used as a
wet-on-wet sealer or as a primer surfacer. DP200
is a 2.1 lbs/gal solventborne primer which exhibits
extremely fast filling and sanding characteristics.
DP200 is a high solids urethane primer that dries
quickly to a hard chemically resistant finish. DP200 is
recommended under UNO HD and Diamont topcoats.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do measure the amount of hardener and reducer
- DO NOT ESTIMATE.
•Do allow DP200 to dry for 20 minutes, but no
longer than 24 hours before topcoating.
•Do use only PH10 or PH20 Hardener and
VR Reducer in DP200.
•Do topcoat DP200 with the same technology
material as was used to tint DP200.
Technical Data
Viscosity
Tinted
13-15 sec. #4 Ford cup
Untinted
12-13 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity)
1.3-1.5 mm
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity)
1.3-1.5 mm
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE)
8-10 psi at air cap
Number of Coats
Thickness
1 to 2 medium wet coats
•Do not use fisheye eliminator.
•Do not use if shop temperature is below
15°C/60°F.
•Do not use HR5 Jet5 or Jet95 in DP200.
•Do not force dry DP200 when used as a wet-onwet sealer.
0.75-1.25 mils
Pot Life
Tinted with Diamont
2 hours @ 20°C/68°F
Tinted with UNO HD
1.5 hours @ 20°C/68°F
Untinted
2 hours @ 20°C/68°F
Coverage
Tinted with Diamont
506 sq ft/gal @ 1.0 mil
Tinted with UNO HD
546 sq ft/gal @ 1.0 mil
Untinted
628 sq ft/gal @ 1.0 mil
VOC as Applied
Things NOT to DO:
Tinted with Diamont
336 gms/liter (2.8 lbs/gal)
Tinted with UNO HD
288 gms/liter (2.4 lbs/gal
Untinted
252 gms/liter (2.1 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
U
DP236 White Low VOC DTM Primer
as a Direct-to-Metal Primer-Surfacer in National Rule areas
Products
DP236 White Low VOC DTM Primer
851 Prep and Wash
900 Pre-Kleano
901 Pre-Paint Solvent Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
RMH94 Low VOC Fast Hardener
RMH96 Low VOC Medium Hardener
RMH98 Low VOC Slow Hardener
UR Series Reducers
Surface
Preparation
Substrate
Bare steel
Aluminum
Galvanized
Mixing Ratio
4:1:10%
Cleaning 900
900
900
Sanding P180 - P220
P180 - P220
Red Scuff Pad
Cleaning
900
900
900
4 parts DP236
1 part RMH94, RMH96 or RMH98
10% UR Reducer
Reduction may go up to 1 part
Application
2 to 3 medium wet coats
5 minutes flash between coats
Drying
Sanding/
Polishing
20°C/68°F
90 minutes
60°C/140°F
20 minutes
Infra Red short wave 5 to 7 minutes
Wet Sand - P320 to P500 grit
Dry Sand - P320 to P500 grit
Remove sanding residue with 900, 901 or 909.
Check your local VOC regulations to determine which R-M cleaners are compliant in you
area.
Notes
US Rev. 8/16/16
The surface preparation is critical for the success of DP236.
DP236 White DTM Primer
as a Direct-to-Metal Primer-Surfacer in National Rule areas Technical Data
U
Characteristics
Things to DO:
DP236 is a fast curing primer that offers excellent
sanding and reasonably long potlife. The primer is
exceptional when baked or cured by infrared lamps.
Excellent sag resistance and leveling. Provides good
topcoat holdout and invisible repairs. Good adhesion
direct to substrates such as galvanized, aluminum,
steel, old paint, plastic, fiberglass, SMC and body filler.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do measure the amount of hardener and reducer
- DO NOT ESTIMATE.
•Do allow DP236 to cure 1.5 hours before
sanding.
•Do use only RMH94, RMH96 or RMH98
Hardeners and UR Reducer in DP236.
•Do use DF21 Flex Agent when painting flexible
parts. See Flexible Parts section of manual.
Technical Data
Viscosity 14-16 sec. #4 Ford cup
Things NOT to DO:
•Do not use fisheye eliminator.
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
•Do not use if shop temperature is below
15°C/60°F.
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.5-1.7 mm
•Do not use HR5 Jet5 or Jet95 in DP236.
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 8-10 psi at air cap
•Do not use with etch primers.
Number of Coats 2 to 3 medium wet coats
Thickness 3.0-4.0 mils (before sanding)
Pot Life 60 minutes @ 20°C/68°F
Coverage 317 sq ft/gal @ 2.0 mils
VOC as Applied 420 gms/ltr (3.5 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
U
DP236 White Low VOC DTM Primer
as a Direct-to-Metal Primer-Surfacer
Products
DP236 White Low VOC DTM Primer
851 Prep and Wash
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
PA20NB Low VOC Productive Primer Activator
RMH94 Low VOC Fast Hardener
RMH96 Low VOC Medium Hardener
RMH98 Low VOC Slow Hardener
VR Series Reducers
Surface
Preparation
Substrate
Bare steel
Aluminum
Galvanized
Cleaning AM900
AM900
AM900
Mixing Ratio
Sanding P180 - P220
P180 - P220
Red Scuff Pad
Cleaning
AM900
AM900
AM900
High Speed Process
4:1:10%
3:1:1
4 parts DP236
1 part RMH94, RMH96 or RMH98
10% VR Reducer
Reduction may go up to 1 part
3 parts DP236
1 part RMH94
1 part PA20NB
Mixing of small amounts for high speed process
Application
1 oz
2 oz
3 oz
4 oz
5 oz
6 oz
7 oz
8 oz
DP236
27.7
55.2
82.8
110.4
138.3
166.0
193.6
221.2
RMH94
6.8
13.6
20.4
27.2
34.1
40.9
47.8
54.6
PA20NB
7.5
15.0
22.4
29.9
37.4
45.0
52.4
59.9
42.0
grams
83.8
grams
125.6
grams
167.5
grams
209.8
grams
251.9
grams
293.8
grams
335.7
grams
2 to 3 medium wet coats
5 minutes flash between coats
Drying
Sanding/
Polishing
High Speed Process - PA20NB
20°C/68°F
90 minutes
50°C/120°F
N/A
60°C/140°F
20 minutes
Infra Red short wave 5 to 7 minutes
20 to 30 minutes
20 minutes
N/A
N/A
Wet Sand - P320 to P500 grit
Dry Sand - P320 to P500 grit
Remove sanding residue with AM900 or 909.
Check your local VOC regulations to determine which R-M cleaners are compliant in you
area.
Notes
US Rev. 8/16/16
The surface preparation is critical for the success of DP236.
DP236 White Low VOC DTM Primer
as a Direct-to-Metal Primer-Surfacer Technical Data
U
Characteristics
Things to DO:
DP236 is a fast curing, VOC compliant primer that
offers excellent sanding and reasonably long potlife.
The primer is exceptional when baked or cured by
infrared lamps. Excellent sag resistance and leveling.
Provides good topcoat holdout and invisible repairs.
Good adhesion direct to substrates such as galvanized,
aluminum, steel, old paint, plastic, fiberglass, SMC
and body filler.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do measure the amount of hardener and reducer
- DO NOT ESTIMATE.
•Do allow DP236 to cure 1.5 hours before
sanding.
•Do use only RMH94, RMH96 or RMH98
Hardeners and VR Reducer in DP236.
•Do use DF21 Flex Agent when painting flexible
parts. See Flexible Parts section of manual.
Technical Data
Things NOT to DO:
Viscosity 14-16 sec. #4 Ford cup
•Do not use fisheye eliminator.
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
•Do not use if shop temperature is below
15°C/60°F.
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.5-1.7 mm
•Do not use HR5 Jet5 or Jet95 in DP236.
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 8-10 psi at air cap
•Do not use with etch primers.
Number of Coats 2 to 3 medium wet coats
Thickness 3.0-4.0 mils (before sanding)
Pot Life 60 minutes @ 20°C/68°F
with PA20NB
20 minutes @ 20°C/68°F
Coverage 317 sq ft/gal @ 2.0 mils
VOC as Applied < 250 gms/ltr (< 2.1 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
DP237 Dark Gray Low VOC DTM Primer
as a Direct-to-Metal Primer-Surfacer in National Rule areas
Products
U
DP237 Dark Gray Low VOC DTM Primer
851 Prep and Wash
900 Pre-Kleano
901 Pre-Paint Solvent Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
RMH94 Low VOC Fast Hardener
RMH96 Low VOC Medium Hardener
RMH98 Low VOC Slow Hardener
UR Series Reducers
Surface
Preparation
Substrate
Bare steel
Aluminum
Galvanized
Mixing Ratio
4:1:10%
Cleaning 900
900
900
Sanding P180 - P220
P180 - P220
Red Scuff Pad
Cleaning
900
900
900
4 parts DP237
1 part RMH94, RMH96 or RMH98
10% UR Reducer
Reduction may go up to 1 part
Application
2 to 3 medium wet coats
5 minutes flash between coats
Drying
Sanding/
Polishing
20°C/68°F
90 minutes
60°C/140°F
20 minutes
Infra Red short wave 5 to 7 minutes
Wet Sand - P320 to P500 grit
Dry Sand - P320 to P500 grit
Remove sanding residue with 900, 901 or 909.
Check your local VOC regulations to determine which R-M cleaners are compliant in you
area.
Notes
US Rev. 8/16/16
The surface preparation is critical for the success of DP237.
DP237 Dark Gray Low VOC DTM Primer
as a Direct-to-Metal Primer-Surfacer in National Rule areas Technical Data
U
Characteristics
Things to DO:
DP237 is a fast curing primer that offers excellent
sanding and reasonably long potlife. The primer is
exceptional when baked or cured by infrared lamps.
Excellent sag resistance and leveling. Provides good
topcoat holdout and invisible repairs. Good adhesion
direct to substrates such as galvanized, aluminum,
steel, old paint, plastic, fiberglass, SMC and body filler.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do measure the amount of hardener and reducer
- DO NOT ESTIMATE.
•Do allow DP237 to cure 1.5 hours before
sanding.
•Do use only RMH94, RMH96 or RMH98
Hardeners and UR Reducer in DP237.
•Do use DF21 Flex Agent when painting flexible
parts. See Flexible Parts section of manual.
Technical Data
Viscosity 13-15 sec. #4 Ford cup
Things NOT to DO:
•Do not use fisheye eliminator.
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
•Do not use if shop temperature is below
15°C/60°F.
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.5-1.7 mm
•Do not use HR5 Jet5 or Jet95 in DP237.
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 8-10 psi at air cap
•Do not use with etch primers.
Number of Coats 2 to 3 medium wet coats
Thickness 3.0-4.0 mils (before sanding)
Pot Life 60 minutes @ 20°C/68°F
Coverage 317 sq ft/gal @ 2.0 mils
VOC as Applied 420 gms/ltr (3.5 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
U
DP237 Dark Gray Low VOC DTM Primer
as a Direct-to-Metal Primer-Surfacer
Products
DP237 Dark Gray Low VOC DTM Primer
851 Prep and Wash
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
PA20NB Low VOC Productive Primer Activator
RMH94 Low VOC Fast Hardener
RMH96 Low VOC Medium Hardener
RMH98 Low VOC Slow Hardener
VR Series Reducers
Surface
Preparation
Substrate
Bare steel
Aluminum
Galvanized
Cleaning AM900
AM900
AM900
Mixing Ratio
Sanding P180 - P220
P180 - P220
Red Scuff Pad
Cleaning
AM900
AM900
AM900
High Speed Process
4:1:10%
3:1:1
4 parts DP237
1 part RMH94, RMH96 or RMH98
10% VR Reducer
Reduction may go up to 1 part
3 parts DP237
1 part RMH94
1 part PA20NB
Mixing of small amounts for high speed process
Application
1 oz
2 oz
3 oz
4 oz
5 oz
6 oz
7 oz
8 oz
DP237
26.7
53.2
79.9
106.5
133.4
160.1
186.8
213.4
RMH94
6.8
13.6
20.4
27.2
34.1
40.9
47.8
54.6
PA20NB
7.5
15.0
22.4
29.9
37.4
45.0
52.4
59.9
41.0
grams
81.8
grams
122.7
grams
163.6
grams
204.9
grams
246.0
grams
287.0
grams
327.9
grams
2 to 3 medium wet coats
5 minutes flash between coats
Drying
Sanding/
Polishing
High Speed Process - PA20NB
20°C/68°F
90 minutes
50°C/120°F
N/A
60°C/140°F
20 minutes
Infra Red short wave 5 to 7 minutes
20 to 30 minutes
20 minutes
N/A
N/A
Wet Sand - P320 to P500 grit
Dry Sand - P320 to P500 grit
Remove sanding residue with AM900 or 909.
Check your local VOC regulations to determine which R-M cleaners are compliant in you
area.
Notes
US Rev. 8/16/16
The surface preparation is critical for the success of DP237.
DP237 Dark Gray Low VOC DTM Primer
as a Direct-to-Metal Primer-Surfacer Technical Data
U
Characteristics
Things to DO:
DP237 is a fast curing, VOC compliant primer that
offers excellent sanding and reasonably long potlife.
The primer is exceptional when baked or cured by
infrared lamps. Excellent sag resistance and leveling.
Provides good topcoat holdout and invisible repairs.
Good adhesion direct to substrates such as galvanized,
aluminum, steel, old paint, plastic, fiberglass, SMC
and body filler.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do measure the amount of hardener and reducer
- DO NOT ESTIMATE.
•Do allow DP237 to cure 1.5 hours before
sanding.
•Do use only RMH94, RMH96 or RMH98
Hardeners and VR Reducer in DP237.
•Do use DF21 Flex Agent when painting flexible
parts. See Flexible Parts section of manual.
Technical Data
Things NOT to DO:
Viscosity 13-15 sec. #4 Ford cup
•Do not use fisheye eliminator.
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
•Do not use if shop temperature is below
15°C/60°F.
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.5-1.7 mm
•Do not use HR5 Jet5 or Jet95 in DP237.
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 8-10 psi at air cap
•Do not use with etch primers.
Number of Coats 2 to 3 medium wet coats
Thickness 3.0-4.0 mils (before sanding)
Pot Life 60 minutes @ 20°C/68°F
with PA20NB
20 minutes @ 20°C/68°F
Coverage 317 sq ft/gal @ 2.0 mils
VOC as Applied < 250 gms/ltr (< 2.1 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
DP322 Low VOC White Sealer
as a Wet-On-Wet Sealer
Products
DP322 Low VOC White Sealer
851 Prep and Wash
900 Pre-Kleano
901 Pre-Paint Solvent Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
DE17 Chromate Free Etch Primer
Cleaning
Pretreatments
Mixing Ratio
U
RMH55 Fast Hardener
RMH57 Normal Hardener
RMH94 Low VOC Fast Hardener
RMH96 Low VOC Medium Hardener
RMH98 Low VOC Slow Hardener
VR Series Reducers
See Undercoat Section - Cleaning the Vehicle Surface
On bare metals, apply 1 light coat of DE17, as a pretreatment primer. (See Undercoat
Sections DE17 for additional information). Check your local VOC regulations to determine
what pretreatments are compliant in you area.
4:1:2
4 parts DP322
1 part RMH55, RMH57, RMH94, RMH96 or RMH98
2 parts VR Reducer
Application
Drying
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 3/8/17
1 medium wet coat
20°C/68°F
20 to 30 minutes
N/A
Check your local VOC regulations to determine which R-M cleaners are compliant in you
area.
DP322 Low VOC White Sealer
as a Wet-On-Wet Sealer Technical Data
U
Characteristics
Things to DO:
DP322 Low VOC White Sealer is to be used as a
wet-on-wet sealer. DP322 is an easy to apply
2.1 lbs/gal solventborne sealer which exhibits extremely
fast filling and smooth layout characteristics. DP322 is
a high solids urethane sealer that dries quickly to a
hard finish. DP322 is recommended under UNO HD,
ONYX HD, ONYX HD Solventborne, and Diamont
topcoats.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do measure the amount of hardener and reducer
- DO NOT ESTIMATE.
•Do allow DP322 to dry for 20 to 30 minutes
before topcoating.
•Do use DF21 Flex Agent when painting flexible
parts. See Flexible Parts section of manual.
Things NOT to DO:
Technical Data
Viscosity 14-15 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
•Do not use fisheye eliminator.
•Do not use if shop temperature is below
15°C/60°F.
•Do not use HR5 Jet5 or Jet95 in DP322.
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 6-10 psi at air cap
Number of Coats 1 medium wet coat
Thickness 1.0-1.5 mils
Pot Life 2.0 hours @ 20°C/68°F
Coverage 828 sq ft/gal @ 1.0 mil
VOC as Applied with NR hardeners
550 gms/ltr (4.6 lbs/gal)
with Low VOC hardeners
250 gms/ltr (2.1 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
DP323 Low VOC Dark Grey Sealer
as a Wet-On-Wet Sealer
Products
DP323 Low VOC Dark Grey Sealer
851 Prep and Wash
900 Pre-Kleano
901 Pre-Paint Solvent Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
DE17 Chromate Free Etch Primer
Cleaning
Pretreatments
Mixing Ratio
U
RMH55 Fast Hardener
RMH57 Normal Hardener
RMH94 Low VOC Fast Hardener
RMH96 Low VOC Medium Hardener
RMH98 Low VOC Slow Hardener
VR Series Reducers
See Undercoat Section - Cleaning the Vehicle Surface
On bare metals, apply 1 light coat of DE17, as a pretreatment primer. (See Undercoat
Sections DE17 for additional information). Check your local VOC regulations to determine
what pretreatments are compliant in you area.
4:1:2
4 parts DP323
1 part RMH55, RMH57, RMH94, RMH96 or RMH98
2 parts VR Reducer
Application
Drying
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 3/8/17
1 medium wet coat
20°C/68°F
20 to 30 minutes
N/A
Check your local VOC regulations to determine which R-M cleaners are compliant in you
area.
DP323 Low VOC Dark Grey Sealer
as a Wet-On-Wet Sealer Technical Data
U
Characteristics
Things to DO:
DP323 Low VOC Dark Grey Sealer is to be used as a
wet-on-wet sealer. DP323 is an easy to apply
2.1 lbs/gal solventborne sealer which exhibits extremely
fast filling and smooth layout characteristics. DP323 is
a high solids urethane sealer that dries quickly to a
hard finish. DP323 is recommended under UNO HD,
ONYX HD, ONYX HD Solventborne, and Diamont
topcoats.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do measure the amount of hardener and reducer
- DO NOT ESTIMATE.
•Do allow DP323 to dry for 20 to 30 minutes
before topcoating.
•Do use DF21 Flex Agent when painting flexible
parts. See Flexible Parts section of manual.
Things NOT to DO:
Technical Data
Viscosity 13-14 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
•Do not use fisheye eliminator.
•Do not use if shop temperature is below
15°C/60°F.
•Do not use HR5 Jet5 or Jet95 in DP323.
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 6-10 psi at air cap
Number of Coats 1 medium wet coat
Thickness 1.0-1.5 mils
Pot Life 1.5 hours @ 20°C/68°F
Coverage 619 sq ft/gal @ 1.0 mil
VOC as Applied with NR hardeners
550 gms/ltr (4.6 lbs/gal)
with Low VOC hardeners
250 gms/ltr (2.1 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
U
DP Power Fill 2K Primer Series
as a Primer-Surfacer
Products
DP25 Power Fill 2K Primer White
DP26 Power Fill 2K Primer Grey
DP27 Power Fill 2K Primer Black
851 Prep and Wash
900 Pre-Kleano
901 Pre-Paint Solvent Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
Cleaning
Pretreatments
DH55 Fast Hardener
DH57 Normal Hardener
DH59 Slow Hardener
PA20NB Low VOC Productive Primer Activator
See Undercoat Section - Cleaning the Vehicle Surface
N/A
Mixing Ratio
High Speed Process
4:1
3:1:1
4 parts DP25, DP26 or DP27
1 part DH55, DH57 or DH59
3 parts DP25 or DP26
1 part DH55 or DH57
1 part PA20NB
Mixing of small amounts for high speed process
1 oz
2 oz
3 oz
4 oz
5 oz
6 oz
7 oz
8 oz
24.7
49.4
74.1
98.8
123.5
148.2
172.9
197.6
DH55 or
DH57
5.8
11.6
17.4
23.2
29.0
34.8
40.6
46.4
PA20NB
7.5
15.0
22.5
30.0
37.5
45.0
52.5
60.0
38
grams
76
grams
114
grams
152
grams
190
grams
228
grams
266
grams
304
grams
DP25 or
DP26
Application
2 to 3 medium wet coats
5 minutes flash between coats
Apply a light guide coat. Over-reduced Diamont Color such as BC200 works well. Mix
9 parts UR reducer with 1 part Diamont Color for the guide coat.
Drying
Sanding/
Polishing
High Speed Process - PA20NB
20°C/68°F
75 to 90 minutes
60°C/140°F
30 minutes
Infra Red short wave 8 to 10 minutes
15 to 20 minutes
10 minutes
N/A
Wet Sand - P400 to P600 grit
Dry Sand - P320 to P400 grit
Remove sanding residue with 900, 901, 909 or AM900.
Notes
Use the guide coat to locate imperfections that need to be sanded out.
No need for any pretreatment primers, except for use on plastics.
US Rev. 5/23/12
DP Power Fill 2K Primer Series
as a Primer-Surfacer Technical Data
U
Characteristics
Things to DO:
DP Power Fill 2K Primers are fast curing, easy sanding
primers that provide ease of handling from mixing to
spraying to sanding. Fast in air dry applications and
excellent when baked. Excellent sag resistance and
leveling provide an easily prepared repair area of any
size on any type of substrate. Excellent adhesion
and corrosion resistance on galvanized, aluminum,
aluminum alloys, steel, old paint, plastics, fiberglass,
SMC and body filler.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
When the DP Power Fill 2K Primer Series is used
with PA20NB Low VOC Productive Primer Activator, it
offers paint technicians exceptional dry times without
the need for baking.
•Do use the DP25, DP26, or DP27 mixture within
60 minutes.
•Do measure the amount hardener - DO NOT
ESTIMATE.
•Do use PA20NB for high speed process.
•Do use DF21 Flex Agent when painting flexible
parts. See Flexible Parts section of manual.
Things NOT to DO:
•Do not use fisheye eliminator in DP25, DP26, or
DP27.
Technical Data
Viscosity 19-22 sec. #4 Ford cup
•Do not use if shop temperature is below
15°C/60°F.
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.4-1.9 mm
•Do not allow DP25, DP26, or DP27 to flash
longer than 5 minutes before force drying.
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.5-1.8 mm
•Do not use HR5 or Jet95 in DP25, DP26, or
DP27.
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 6-10 psi at air cap
•Do not use DP27 with PA20NB.
Number of Coats 2 to 3 medium wet coats
Thickness 2.0-3.0 mils
Pot Life 40 mins w/ DH55 @ 20°C/68°F
60 mins w/ DH57 @ 20°C/68°F
2 hours w/ DH59 @ 20°C/68°F
with PA20NB
15-20 minutes @ 20°C/68°F
Coverage 285 sq ft/gal @ 2.0 mils
VOC as Applied 515-533 gms/ltr
(4.3-4.45 lbs/gal)
with PA20NB
514-532 gms/ltr
(4.3-4.4 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
DP Power Fill 2K Primer Series
as a Wet-On-Wet Sealer
Products
U
DP25 Power Fill 2K Primer White
DP26 Power Fill 2K Primer Grey
DP27 Power Fill 2K Primer Black
UNO HD Tint Bases:
SC25 Black, SC46 Blue, SC62 Yellow, SC85 Red, and SC90 White
851 Prep and Wash
900 Pre-Kleano
901 Pre-Paint Solvent Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
DH55 Fast Hardener
DH57 Normal Hardener
DH59 Slow Hardener
VR Series Reducers
Cleaning
Pretreatments
Mixing Ratio
See Undercoat Section - Cleaning the Vehicle Surface
Apply 1 light coat of DE17, as a pretreatment primer or EP Series Epoxy Primer, as an
anti-corrosion primer when bare metal is exposed. (See Undercoat Sections DE17 or EP
Series for additional information)
3:1:1:1
3 parts DP25, DP26 or DP27
1 part UNO HD Tinting Base/Color
1 part DH55, DH57 or DH59
1 part VR Reducer
Application
Drying
1 medium wet coat
20°C/68°F
20 minutes
Do not force dry.
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 11/6/14
N/A
Remove sanding residue with 900, 901, 909 or AM900.
Need to use a pretreatment primer when using as a sealer over bare metal
substrates.
DP Power Fill 2K Primer Series
as a Wet-On-Wet Sealer Technical Data
U
Characteristics
Things to DO:
DP Power Fill 2K Primers are fast curing, easy
sanding primers that provide ease of handling from
mixing to spraying to sanding. When used as a
wet-on-wet sealer, DP Power Fill can be applied over
most cured and sanded finishes such as original
paintwork, fiberglass, SMC, body filler or any metal
that has been properly pretreated. DP Power Fill 2K
Primers used as a wet-on-wet sealer provide a durable
and chemically resistant coating with excellent holdout
for all R-M topcoat systems.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do use the DP25, DP26, or DP27 mixture within
45 minutes.
•Do measure the amount of hardener and reducer
- DO NOT ESTIMATE.
Things NOT to DO:
•Do not use fisheye eliminator in DP25, DP26, or
DP27.
Technical Data
•Do not use if shop temperature is below
15°C/60°F.
Viscosity 15-20 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.4-1.9 mm
•Do not use HR5 or Jet95 in DP25, DP26, or
DP27.
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 6-10 psi at air cap
Number of Coats 1 medium wet coat
Thickness 1.0-1.5 mils
Pot Life 45 mins w/ DH57 @ 20°C/68°F
3 hrs w/ DH59 @ 20°C/68°F
Coverage 518 sq ft/gal @ 1.0 mil
VOC as Applied 515 gms/ltr (4.3 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
DP Power Fill 2K Primer Series
as a Wet-On-Wet Sealer - Untinted
Products
DP25 Power Fill 2K Primer White
DP26 Power Fill 2K Primer Grey
DP27 Power Fill 2K Primer Black
851 Prep and Wash
900 Pre-Kleano
901 Pre-Paint Solvent Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
DH55 Fast Hardener
DH57 Normal Hardener
DH59 Slow Hardener
VR Series Reducers
Cleaning
Pretreatments
Mixing Ratio
See Undercoat Section - Cleaning the Vehicle Surface
N/A
4:1:1
4 parts DP25, DP26 or DP27
1 part DH55, DH57 or DH59
1 part VR Reducer
Application
Drying
1 medium wet coat
20°C/68°F
20 minutes
Do not force dry.
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 11/6/14
N/A
Remove sanding residue with 900, 901, 909 or AM900.
Need to use a pretreatment primer when using as a sealer over bare metal
substrates.
U
DP Power Fill 2K Primer Series
as a Wet-On-Wet Sealer - Untinted Technical Data
U
Characteristics
Things to DO:
DP Power Fill 2K Primers mixed as an untinted weton-wet sealer may be applied over most cured and
sanded finishes such as original paintwork, fiberglass,
SMC, body filler and most metal that has been
properly pretreated. This primer sealer provides a
quick and simple solution for production shops while
maintaining a durable and chemically resistant coating
with excellent holdout for all R-M topcoat systems.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do use the DP25, DP26, or DP27 mixture within
45 minutes.
•Do measure the amount of hardener and reducer
- DO NOT ESTIMATE.
•Do use DF21 Flex Agent when painting flexible
parts. See Flexible Parts section of manual.
Things NOT to DO:
Technical Data
•Do not use fisheye eliminator in DP25, DP26, or
DP27.
Viscosity 10-15 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.4-1.9 mm
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
•Do not use if shop temperature is below
15°C/60°F.
•Do not use HR5 or Jet95 in DP25, DP26, or
DP27.
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 6-10 psi at air cap
Number of Coats 1 medium wet coat
Thickness 1.0-1.5 mils
Pot Life 45 mins w/ DH57 @ 20°C/68°F
3 hrs w/ DH59 @ 20°C/68°F
Coverage 462 sq ft/gal @ 1.0 mil
VOC as Applied 550 gms/ltr (4.6 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
DP Power Fill 2K Primer Series
as a Wet-On-Wet Sealer for use over new panel with cathodic
electro-coat (OEM primer)
Products
DP25 Power Fill 2K Primer White
DP26 Power Fill 2K Primer Grey
DP27 Power Fill 2K Primer Black
UNO HD Tint Bases:
SC25 Black, SC46 Blue, SC62 Yellow, SC85 Red, and SC90 White
851 Prep and Wash
900 Pre-Kleano
901 Pre-Paint Solvent Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
DH55 Fast Hardener
DH57 Normal Hardener
DH59 Slow Hardener
VR Series Reducers
Cleaning
Pretreatments
Mixing Ratio
See Undercoat Section - Cleaning the Vehicle Surface
No pretreatment is necessary.
3:1:1:1
3 parts DP25, DP26 or DP27
1 part UNO HD Tint Base
1 part DH55, DH57 or DH59
1 part VR Reducer
Application
Drying
1 medium wet coat
20°C/68°F
20 minutes
Do not force dry.
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 7/17/13
N/A
Remove sanding residue with 900, 901, 909 or AM900.
U
DP Power Fill 2K Primer Series
as a Wet-On-Wet Sealer for use over new panel with cathodic
electro-coat (OEM primer) Technical Data
U
Characteristics
Things to DO:
DP Power Fill 2K Primers are fast curing, easy sanding
primers that provide ease of handling from mixing
to spraying to sanding. When DP Power Fill is used
over cathodic electro-coat, it must be used as a
wet-on-wet sealer. DP Power Fill 2K Primers used as
a wet-on-wet sealer provide a durable and chemically
resistant coating with excellent holdout for all R-M
topcoat systems.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do use the DP25, DP26, or DP27 mixture within
45 minutes.
•Do measure the amount of hardener and reducer
- DO NOT ESTIMATE.
•Do scuff or sand the e-coat prior to sealing.
Things NOT to DO:
•Do not use fisheye eliminator in DP25, DP26, or
DP27.
Technical Data
Viscosity 15-20 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.4-1.9 mm
•Do not use if shop temperature is below
15°C/60°F.
•Do not use HR5 or Jet95 in DP25, DP26, or
DP27.
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 6-10 psi at air cap
Number of Coats 1 medium wet coat
Thickness 1.0-1.5 mils
Pot Life 45 mins w/ DH57 @ 20°C/68°F
3 hrs w/ DH59 @ 20°C/68°F
Coverage 518 sq ft/gal @ 1.0 mil
VOC as Applied 515 gms/ltr (4.3 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
U
DS40 LVOC Transparent Sealer
as a Sealer
Products
DS40 LVOC Transparent Sealer
851 Prep and Wash
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
DH99 Low VOC Fast Hardener
DH100 Low VOC Hardener
DH105 High Temperature Low VOC Hardener
RMH55 Fast Hardener
RMR09 Onyx HD Low VOC Slow Reducer
VR Series Reducers
Cleaning
Pretreatments
Mixing Ratio
See Undercoat Section - Cleaning the Vehicle Surface
Apply DE17 or EP Series primers when bare metal is exposed.
Untinted
Tinted with ONYX HD *
Step 1 - 10:1
6:1:2
6 parts DS40
10 parts DS40
1 part DH99, DH100 or DH105 1 part ONYX HD Tinting
2 parts VR Reducer or RMR09
Base/Color
An additional part of VR
reducer may be used for an
even smoother application.
Application
Step 2 - 6:1:2
6 parts DS40/ONYX HD mixture
1 part DH99, DH100 or DH105
2 parts VR Reducer or RMR09
Tinted with Diamont **
Step 1 - 3:1
3 parts DS40
1 part Diamont Color
Step 2 - 4:1:1
4 parts DS40/Diamont mixture
1 part RMH55
1 part VR Reducer
1 to 2 medium wet coats
5 to 10 minutes flash between coats
Drying
20°C/68°F
20 to 30 minutes
No longer than 6 hours before topcoating
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
N/A
Remove sanding residue with 909 or AM900.
Need to use a pretreatment primer when using as a sealer over bare metal
substrates.
DS40 may be applied to unsanded e-coat that has been properly cleaned.
* HB80T can not be used with DS40.
** Only compliant in National Rule areas when tinted.
US Rev. 7/12/16
DS40 LVOC Transparent Sealer
as a Sealer Technical Data
U
Characteristics
Things to DO:
DS40 LVOC Transparent Sealer is a two part urethane
transparent sealer. DS40 can be applied over all R-M
primer surfacers, all OEM finishes and all air dry
finishes (except acrylic lacquer).
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do use the DS40 mixture within a 1 hour period.
•Do scuff sand and reseal if DS40 has cured
longer than 6 hours
•Do measure the amount of hardener and reducer
- DO NOT ESTIMATE.
•Do use over flexible parts.
Things NOT to DO:
Technical Data
•Do not use fisheye eliminator in DS40.
Viscosity 12-16 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
•Do not use if shop temperature is below
15°C/60°F.
•Do not use DS40 directly over ANY acrylic
lacquer.
•Do not use HR5 Jet5 in DS40.
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 10 psi at air cap
Number of Coats 1 to 2 medium wet coats
Thickness 1.0-1.4 mils
Pot Life 1 hour @ 20°C/68°F
Coverage 1080 sq ft/gal @ 0.5 mil
VOC as Applied Untinted
189 gms/ltr (1.6 lbs/gal)
Tinted with ONYX HD
241 gms/ltr (2.0 lbs/gal)
Tinted with Diamont
406 gms/ltr (3.4 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
EP Series Chromate Free Epoxy Primers
as an Anti-Corrosion Primer
Products
U
EP569 Gray Chromate Free Epoxy Primer
EP669 White Chromate Free Epoxy Primer
EP769 Black Chromate Free Epoxy Primer
EP869 Red Chromate Free Epoxy Primer
851 Prep and Wash
900 Pre-Kleano
901 Pre-Paint Solvent Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
PA897 Epoxy Activator
PNT10 Lacquer Thinner - Fast
PNT88 Lacquer Thinner - Medium
Cleaning
Pretreatments
Mixing Ratio
See Undercoat Section - Cleaning the Vehicle Surface
N/A
4:1:1
4 parts EP Primer
1 part PA897
1 part PNT10 or PNT88
Application
1 to 2 light coats
5 to 10 minutes flash between coats
Drying
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 2/10/16
20°C/68°F
15 to 30 minutes (Before applying body fillers or primer fillers/surfacers)
N/A
Remove sanding residue with 900, 901, 909 or AM900.
Check your local VOC regulations to determine which primers are compliant in your
area.
EP Series Chromate Free Epoxy Primers
as an Anti-Corrosion Primer Technical Data
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Characteristics
Things to DO:
EP569, EP669, EP769 and EP869 Epoxy Primers are
two part epoxy primers for use as an anti-corrosion
primer under DP20, DP21, DP31, DP321 and NP80
Primers or as a primer-surfacer. EP primers offer
excellent adhesion and corrosion protection when
used over steel, aluminum, zinc coated or galvanized
metals. EP primers can be applied over cured, cleaned
and sanded paint finishes (except acrylic lacquers). EP
primers must be activated with PA897 Epoxy Activator.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do use EP Series primers under DP20, DP21,
DP31, DP321 or NP80 when applying over bare
metal substrates.
•Do measure the amount of activator and thinner
- DO NOT ESTIMATE.
•Do use over galvanized metals before applying
body filler.
•Do allow 15 to 30 minutes dry time before
applying primer-surfacer.
Technical Data
Viscosity 16-18 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 6-10 psi at air cap
Number of Coats 1 to 2 light coats
Thickness 0.5-0.75 mil
Pot Life 24 hours @ 20°C/68°F
Things NOT to DO:
•Do not use 809 Fisheye Eliminator.
•Do not use flex agents in EP primers.
•Do not use HR5 Jet5 in EP primers.
•Do not use if shop temperature is below
15°C/60°F.
•Do not use over ANY solvent sensitive finishes
such as acrylic lacquer.
•Do not use over flexible parts.
Coverage 1122 sq ft/gal @ 0.5 mil
VOC as Applied 575 gms/ltr (4.8 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
EP Series Chromate Free Epoxy Primers
as a Primer-Surfacer
Products
U
EP569 Gray Chromate Free Epoxy Primer
EP669 White Chromate Free Epoxy Primer
EP769 Black Chromate Free Epoxy Primer
EP869 Red Chromate Free Epoxy Primer
851 Prep and Wash
900 Pre-Kleano
901 Pre-Paint Solvent Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
PA897 Epoxy Activator
Cleaning
See Undercoat Section - Cleaning the Vehicle Surface
Pretreatments
N/A
Mixing Ratio
4:1
4 parts EP Primer
1 part PA897
Application
2 to 3 medium wet coats
5 to 10 minutes flash between coats
Apply a light guide coat. Over-reduced Diamont Basecoat of a contrasting color works
well. Mix 9 parts UR reducer with 1 part Diamont Color for the guide coat or use
AM210 Aero-Max Satin Black.
Drying
Sanding/
Polishing
20°C/68°F
8 to 10 hours
60°C/140°F
30 minutes
70°C/160°F
20 minutes
Infra Red short wave 10 to 13 minutes
Wet Sand - P400 to P600 grit
Dry Sand - P320 to P400 grit
Remove sanding residue with 900, 901, 909 or AM900.
Notes
US Rev. 11/1/10
EP Series Chromate Free Epoxy Primers
as a Primer-Surfacer Technical Data
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Characteristics
Things to DO:
EP569, EP669, EP769 and EP869 Epoxy Primers offer
excellent adhesion and corrosion protection when
used over steel, aluminum, zinc coated or galvanized
metals. EP primers can be applied over cured, cleaned
and sanded paint finishes (except acrylic lacquers).
EP primers must be activated with PA897 Epoxy
Activator.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do measure the amount of activator - DO NOT
ESTIMATE.
•Do wet sand with P400 to P600 grit wet
sandpaper after EP primers has dried for 8 to 10
hours.
•Do use EP primers within 24 hours of being
mixed.
Technical Data
Viscosity 20-22 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.4-1.9 mm
Things NOT to DO:
•Do not use 809 Fisheye Eliminator.
•Do not use flex agents in EP primers.
•Do not use HR5 Jet5 in EP primers.
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.5-1.8 mm
•Do not use if shop temperature is below
15°C/60°F.
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 6-10 psi at air cap
•Do not use over ANY solvent sensitive finishes
such as acrylic lacquer.
Number of Coats 2 to 3 medium wet coats
•Do not use over flexible parts.
Thickness 2.0-2.5 mils
Pot Life 24 hours @ 20°C/68°F
Coverage 337 sq ft/gal @ 2.0 mils
VOC as Applied 516 gms/ltr (4.3 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
EP Series Chromate Free Epoxy Primers
as a Wet-On-Wet Sealer
Products
EP569 Gray Chromate Free Epoxy Primer
EP669 White Chromate Free Epoxy Primer
EP769 Black Chromate Free Epoxy Primer
EP869 Red Chromate Free Epoxy Primer
851 Prep and Wash
900 Pre-Kleano
901 Pre-Paint Solvent Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
PA897 Epoxy Activator
Cleaning
See Undercoat Section - Cleaning the Vehicle Surface
Pretreatments
N/A
Mixing Ratio
4:1
4 parts EP Primer
1 part PA897
Application
1 medium wet coat or 2 light coats
5 to 10 minutes flash between coats
Drying
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 11/6/14
20°C/68°F
45 minutes (Before topcoating with Diamont or ONYX HD)
N/A
Remove sanding residue with 900, 901, 909 or AM900.
Maybe topcoated for up to 24 hours before sanding is required.
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EP Series Chromate Free Epoxy Primers
as a Wet-On-Wet Sealer Technical Data
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Characteristics
Things to DO:
EP569, EP669, EP769 and EP869 Epoxy Primers are
two part epoxy primer for use as wet-on-wet sealer
under Diamont or ONYX HD. EP primers can be
applied over cured, cleaned and sanded paint finishes
(except acrylic lacquers). EP primers must be activated
with PA897 Epoxy Activator.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do measure the amount of activator - DO NOT
ESTIMATE.
Things NOT to DO:
•Do not use 809 Fisheye Eliminator.
•Do not use flex agents in EP primers.
•Do not use HR5 Jet5 in EP primers.
Technical Data
Viscosity 20-22 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.4-1.6 mm
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
•Do not use if shop temperature is below
15°C/60°F.
•Do not use over ANY solvent sensitive finishes
such as acrylic lacquer.
•Do not use over flexible parts.
•Do not use as a wet-on-wet sealer under
UNO HD.
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 6-10 psi at air cap
Number of Coats 1 medium wet coat or
2 light coats
Thickness 0.75-1.3 mils
Pot Life 24 hours @ 20°C/68°F
Coverage 673 sq ft/gal @ 1.0 mil
VOC as Applied 516 gms/ltr (4.3 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
EP369 Grey Epoxy Primer LVOC
as a Surfacer
Products
EP369 Grey Epoxy Primer LVOC
851 Prep and Wash
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
PA38 Low VOC Activator
VR29 Low VOC Reducer
Cleaning
Pretreatments
Mixing Ratio
See Undercoat Section - Cleaning the Vehicle Surface
N/A
4:1:1
4 parts EP369
1 part PA38
1 part VR29
Application
2 medium wet coats
5 to 10 minutes flash time between coats
Drying
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 3/15/12
20°C/68°F
8 to 12 hours to sand
P320 to P600 grit depending on topcoat used.
Remove sanding residue with 909 or AM900.
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EP369 Grey Epoxy Primer LVOC
as a Surfacer Technical Data
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Characteristics
Things to DO:
EP369 Grey Epoxy Primer LVOC is chromatefree and recommended for 340 gms/ltr (2.8 lbs/
gal) or 420 gms/ltr (3.5 lbs/gal) VOC topcoats like
ONYX HD and UNO HD.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do measure the amount of activator and reducer
- DO NOT ESTIMATE.
•Do use EP369 within 8 hours of mixing.
•Do topcoat EP369 within 12 hours of final primer
application.
Things NOT to DO:
•Do not use fisheye eliminator in EP369 Primer.
Technical Data
Viscosity 18-24 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.6 mm
•Do not use flex agent in EP369 Primer.
•Do not use HR5 Jet5 in EP369 Primer.
•Do not use if shop temperature is below
15°C/60°F.
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.7 mm
•Do not use over ANY solvent sensitive finishes
such as acrylic lacquer.
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 8-10 psi at air cap
•Do not use over flexible parts.
Number of Coats 2 medium wet coats
Thickness 2.0-2.5 mils
Pot Life 8 hours @ 20°C/68°F
Coverage 400 sq ft/gal @ 2.0 mils
VOC as Applied 250 gms/ltr (2.0 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
EP369 Grey Epoxy Primer LVOC
as a Wet-On-Wet Sealer
Products
U
EP369 Grey Epoxy Primer LVOC
851 Prep and Wash
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
PA33 Low VOC Activator
VR29 Low VOC Reducer
Cleaning
Pretreatments
Mixing Ratio
See Undercoat Section - Cleaning the Vehicle Surface
N/A
2:1:1
2 parts EP369
1 part PA33
1 part VR29
Application
Drying
1 medium wet coat
20°C/68°F
Topcoats should be applied after 30 minutes dry time for UNO HD, and
after two hours for ONYX HD, but no longer than 12 hours for any topcoat
system.
Drying at room temperature: Tack Free - 30 minutes
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 3/15/12
N/A
Dry to touch/handle - 3 hours
EP369 Grey Epoxy Primer LVOC
as a Wet-On-Wet Sealer Technical Data
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Characteristics
Things to DO:
EP369 Grey Epoxy Primer LVOC is chromatefree and recommended for 340 gms/ltr (2.8 lbs/
gal) or 420 gms/ltr (3.5 lbs/gal) VOC topcoats like
ONYX HD and UNO HD.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA
respirator. Consult product label for details.
•Do measure the amount of activator and
reducer - DO NOT ESTIMATE.
•Do use EP369 within 8 hours of mixing.
•Do topcoat EP369 within 12 hours of final
primer application.
Things NOT to DO:
Technical Data
Viscosity 17-21 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.3-1.4 mm
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.3-1.4 mm
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 8-10 psi at air cap
Number of Coats 1 medium wet coat
•Do not use fisheye eliminator in EP369
Primer.
•Do not use flex agent in EP369 Primer.
•Do not use HR5 Jet5 in EP369 Primer.
•Do not use if shop temperature is below
15°C/60°F.
•Do not use over ANY solvent sensitive
finishes such as acrylic lacquer.
•Do not use over flexible parts.
Thickness 0.75-1.0 mil
Pot Life 6 hours @ 20°C/68°F
Coverage 708 sq ft/gal @ 1.0 mil
VOC as Applied 335 gms/ltr (2.8 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
NP80 Non-Isocyanate Primer
as a High-Build Primer
Products
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NP80 Non-Isocyanate Primer
851 Prep and Wash
900 Pre-Kleano
901 Pre-Paint Solvent Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
EP Series Primers
PA80 Activator
Cleaning
Pretreatments
Mixing Ratio
See Undercoat Section - Cleaning the Vehicle Surface
Apply 1 light coat of EP Series Epoxy Primer, as an anti-corrosion primer over bare metal.
(See Undercoat Section EP Series for additional information) Allow at least 15 minutes but
no longer than 4 hours dry time. Do not use over DE17.
2:1
2 parts NP80
1 part PA80
Application
2 to 3 medium coats
5 to 10 minutes flash between coats
Apply a light guide coat. Over-reduced Diamont Basecoat of a contrasting color works well.
Mix 9 parts UR reducer with 1 part Diamont Color for the guide coat.
Drying
Sanding/
Polishing
20°C/68°F
60°C/140°F
70°C/160°F
Infra Red short wave
2 hours
30 minutes
25 minutes
9 to 10 minutes
Wet Sand - P400 to P600 grit
Dry Sand - P320 to P400 grit
Remove sanding residue with 900, 901, 909 or AM900.
Notes
US Rev. 11/6/14
Use the guide coat to locate imperfections that need to be sanded out.
NP80 Non-Isocyanate Primer
as a High-Build Primer Technical Data
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Characteristics
Things to DO:
NP80 is an isocyanate-free, 2 component primer/filler.
NP80 offers high build, excellent topcoat holdout and
dries quickly to a tough chemically resistant primer.
Must activate with PA80 Non-Isocyanate Activator. All
R-M topcoats can be used over NP80.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do measure the amount of Activator - DO NOT
ESTIMATE.
•Do use NP80 within 2 hours.
Things NOT to DO:
•Do not use fisheye eliminator in NP80.
•Do not use flex agent in NP80.
Technical Data
Viscosity 19-21 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.4-1.9 mm
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.5-1.8 mm
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 8-10 psi at air cap
•Do not use HR5 Jet5 in NP80.
•Do not use if shop temperature is below
15°C/60°F.
•Do not use NP80 directly over ANY acrylic
lacquer or lacquer finish.
•Do not use over flexible parts.
•Do not use over DE17.
Number of Coats 2 to 3 medium coats
Thickness 2.0-3.0 mils
Pot Life 2 hours @ 20°C/68°F
Coverage 279 sq ft/gal @ 2.0 mils
VOC as Applied 575 gms/ltr (4.8 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
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Polyuroxy® Primer
as a Primer-Surfacer
Products
EP569 Gray Chromate Free Epoxy Primer
EP669 White Chromate Free Epoxy Primer
EP769 Black Chromate Free Epoxy Primer
EP869 Red Chromate Free Epoxy Primer
UA97 Polyuroxy Activator
851 Prep and Wash
900 Pre-Kleano
901 Pre-Paint Solvent Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
DH46 Normal Hardener (ONLY)
Cleaning
Pretreatments
Mixing Ratio
See Undercoat Section - Cleaning the Vehicle Surface
N/A
4:2:1
4 parts EP569, EP669, EP769 or EP869
2 parts UA97
1 part DH46
Application
2 to 3 medium coats
5 minutes flash between coats
Apply a light guide coat. Over-reduced Diamont Basecoat of a contrasting color
works well. Mix 9 parts UR reducer with 1 part Diamont Color for the guide coat or use
AM210 Aero-Max Satin Black.
Drying
20°C/68°F
3 hours
60°C/140°F
30 minutes
Infra Red short wave 8 to 10 minutes
Sanding/
Polishing
Wet Sand - P400 to P600 grit
Dry Sand - P320 to P400 grit
Remove sanding residue with 900, 901, 909 or AM900.
Notes
US Rev. 9/30/15
Use the guide coat to locate imperfections that need to be sanded out.
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Polyuroxy® Primer
as a Primer-Surfacer Technical Data
Characteristics
Things to DO:
Polyuroxy Primer is a unique product, combining the
properties of both epoxy and urethane into one easy
to use package. Polyuroxy is a 3-component primer
using epoxy for direct to metal performance and
urethanes for their durability and speed. Polyuroxy
can be applied over all bare metals including CRS,
galvanized, zinc and aluminum. Polyuroxy can be
sprayed as a high build primer-surfacer or as a wet-onwet sealer depending upon mix ratio. All R-M topcoats
can be used over Polyuroxy Primer.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do measure the amount of Activator - DO NOT
ESTIMATE.
•Do use only UA97 and DH46 with Polyuroxy
Primer.
•Do add UA97 to epoxy primer first and mix well
before adding DH46.
Things NOT to DO:
Technical Data
Viscosity 14 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.4-1.6 mm
•Do not use fisheye eliminator in Polyuroxy
Primer.
•Do not use flex agent in Polyuroxy Primer.
•Do not use HR5 Jet5 in Polyuroxy Primer.
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.5-1.7 mm
•Do not use if shop temperature is below
15°C/60°F.
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 6-10 psi at air cap
•Do not use over ANY solvent sensitive finishes
such as acrylic lacquer.
Number of Coats 2 to 3 medium coats
Thickness 2.5-3.0 mils
Pot Life 3 hours @ 20°C/68°F
•Do not use over flexible parts.
•Do not use DH42 in Polyuroxy Primer.
•Do not add DH46 before adding UA97.
Coverage 301 sq ft/gal @ 2 mils
VOC as Applied 527 gms/ltr (4.4 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
Polyuroxy® Primer
as a Wet-On-Wet Sealer
Products
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EP569 Gray Chromate Free Epoxy Primer
EP669 White Chromate Free Epoxy Primer
EP769 Black Chromate Free Epoxy Primer
EP869 Red Chromate Free Epoxy Primer
UA97 Polyuroxy Activator
851 Prep and Wash
900 Pre-Kleano
901 Pre-Paint Solvent Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
DH46 Normal Hardener (ONLY)
Cleaning
Pretreatments
Mixing Ratio
See Undercoat Section - Cleaning the Vehicle Surface
N/A
3:2:1
3 parts EP569, EP669, EP769 or EP869
2 parts UA97
1 part DH46
Application
1 to 2 medium coats
10 minutes flash between coats
25 minutes flash prior to topcoating
Drying
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 2/15/16
20°C/68°F
25 minutes (Before topcoating with Diamont, ONYX HD or UNO HD)
N/A
Remove sanding residue with 900, 901, 909 or AM900.
Do not use DH42 Hardener in Polyuroxy Wet-On-Wet Sealer.
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Polyuroxy® Primer
as a Wet-On-Wet Sealer Technical Data
Characteristics
Things to DO:
Polyuroxy Primer is a unique product, combining the
properties of both epoxy and urethane into one easy
to use package. Polyuroxy is a 3-component primer
using epoxy for direct to metal performance and
urethanes for their durability and speed. Polyuroxy
can be applied over all bare metals including CRS,
galvanized, zinc and aluminum. Polyuroxy can be
sprayed as a high build primer-surfacer or as a wet-onwet sealer depending upon mix ratio. All R-M topcoats
can by used over Polyuroxy Primer.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
Technical Data
Viscosity 14 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.4-1.6 mm
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 6-10 psi at air cap
Number of Coats 1 to 2 medium coats
Thickness 0.75-1.25 mils
Pot Life 2 hours @ 20°C/68°F
•Do measure the amount of Activator - DO NOT
ESTIMATE.
•Do sand if not topcoated within 8 hours
•Do use only UA97 and DH46 with Polyuroxy
Primer.
•Do add UA97 to epoxy primer first and mix well
before adding DH46.
Things NOT to DO:
•Do not use fisheye eliminator in Polyuroxy
Primer.
•Do not use flex agent in Polyuroxy Primer.
•Do not use HR5 Jet5 in Polyuroxy Primer.
•Do not use if shop temperature is below
15°C/60°F.
•Do not use over ANY solvent sensitive finishes
such as acrylic lacquer.
•Do not use over flexible parts.
•Do not use DH42 in Polyuroxy Primer.
•Do not add DH46 before adding UA97.
Coverage 584 sq ft/gal @ 1.0 mil
VOC as Applied 550 gms/ltr (4.5 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
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RMP PowerFill Plus 2K Primer Series
as a Direct-to-Metal Primer-Surfacer
Products
RMP25 PowerFill Plus 2K Primer White
RMP26 PowerFill Plus 2K Primer Grey
RMP27 PowerFill Plus 2K Primer Black
851 Prep and Wash 900 Pre-Kleano
901 Pre-Paint Solvent Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano Cleaning
Pretreatments
Mixing Ratio
Jet95 Accelerator
RMH55 Fast Hardener
RMH57 Normal Hardener
PA20NB Low VOC Productive Primer Activator
UR Series Reducers
See Undercoat Section - Cleaning the Vehicle Surface
N/A
4:1: up to 1
Rapid Method I
3:1:1
Rapid Method II
4:0.3:0.7:1
4 parts RMP Primer
1 part RMH55 or RMH57
up to 1 part UR Reducer
3 parts RMP Primer
1 part RMH55
1 part PA20NB
4 parts RMP Primer
0.3part Jet95
0.7part UR50
1 part RMH55
Mixing of small amounts for Rapid Method I
2 oz
4 oz
8 oz
RMP25, RMP26 or RMP27
52.6
105.1
210.3
RMH55
12.0
23.9
47.8
PA20NB
15.0
30.0
59.9
79.6 grams
159 grams
318 grams
Mixing of small amounts for Rapid Method II for longer potlife
2 oz
4 oz
8 oz
RMP25, RMP26 or RMP27
58.3
116.6
233.2
Jet95
2.9
5.8
11.5
UR50
6.0
12.0
23.9
RMH55
9.9
19.9
39.8
77.1 grams
Application
Drying
2 to 3 medium wet coats
5 minutes flash between coats
Rapid Method I - Rapid Method II PA20NB
Jet95
20°C/68°F
75 to 90 minutes
60°C/140°F
20 minutes
Infra Red short wave 8 to 10 minutes
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
154.3 grams 308.4 grams
15 to 20 minutes
10 minutes
N/A
20 to 30 minutes
10 to 15 minutes
N/A
Wet Sand - P400 to P600 grit
Dry Sand - P320 to P400 grit
Remove sanding residue with 909 Final Wipe.
Use the guide coat to locate imperfections that need to be sanded out.
No need for any pretreatment primers, except for use on flexible raw plastics.
US Rev. 3/24/17
RMP PowerFill Plus 2K Primer Series
as a Direct-to-Metal Primer-Surfacer Technical Data
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Characteristics
Things to DO:
RMP PowerFill Plus 2K Primers are high build directto-metal applied primers that provide ease of use from
mixing to spraying to sanding. RMP Primers have fast
cure response in both air dry and baked applications.
Products provide excellent sag resistance and leveling
providing reduced effort in finishing over any size of
repair area. Can be applied directly to galvanized,
aluminum and steel alloys, OEM finishes, plastics,
fiberglass, SMC and body filler with excellent adhesion
and corrosion prevention.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do use the RFU mixture within 75-90 minutes.
•Do measure the correct amount of all
components - DO NOT ESTIMATE.
•For higher filling, do not add reducer. Eliminating
reducer will significantly reduce the potlife.
•Do use PA20NB for Rapid Method I.
•Do use Rapid Method II for longer potlife.
•Do blend RMP25 with RMP27 for L01-L06 Grey
shades.
•Do use RMP25 as L07 ground coat.
•Do use DF21 Flex Agent when painting flexible
parts. See Flexible Parts section of manual.
Technical Data
Viscosity 19-22 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.4-1.5 mm
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.4-1.7 mm
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 6-10 psi at air cap
Number of Coats 2 to 3 medium wet coats
Thickness 3.0-5.0 mils
Pot Life 75-90 mins @ 20°C/68°F
Things NOT to DO:
•Do not use fisheye eliminator in RMP PowerFill
Plus 2K DTM Primers.
•Do not use if shop temperature is below
15°C/60°F.
•Do not use with etch primers.
•Do not use Rapid Method I in hot and humid
conditions.
with PA20NB
15-20 minutes @ 20°C/68°F
with Jet95 & RMH55
90-120 minutes @ 20°C/68°F
Coverage 309 sq ft/gal @ 2.0 mils
VOC as Applied 575 gms/ltr (4.8 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
VP126 Flash Fill UV Primer Surfacer
as a Primer Surfacer
Products
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VP126 Flash Fill
851 Prep and Wash
900 Pre-Kleano
901 Pre-Paint Solvent Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
VR29 Low VOC Reducer
Cleaning
Pretreatments
Mixing Ratio
Application
See Undercoat Section - Cleaning the Vehicle Surface
N/A
Ready to Spray
1 to 2 wet coats
1 to 2 minutes minimum flash between coats
3 to 5 minutes minimum flash before UV curing
Drying
UV cure with UVA lamp 3 - 10 inches away for 2 to 3 minutes
UV primer can be cured by sunlight.
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 11/1/10
•Exposure time is dependant on UV intensity (average time is 5 to 20 mins).
•Allow to flash before exposing to sunlight.
•Surface cure will indicate extent of cure.
•Can not be cured in the rain.
Can be sanded immediately after UV cure.
Sand with P320 to P500 grit paper.
•Surface will be slightly tacky but can be sanded without wiping, and will not load
sandpaper when wet sanded.
•If cleaning of the primer surface is desired prior to sanding, wipe surface with R-M
900, 901, 909 or AM900.
Film will build rapidly with this product.
VP126 Flash Fill UV Primer Surfacer
as a Primer Surfacer Technical Data
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Characteristics
Things to DO:
VP126 Flash Fill UV Primer Surfacer is a one component,
high build, UV curable primer for application over
galvanized, aluminum alloys, steel, old paint, fiberglass,
SMC, and body fillers. VP126 Flash Fill produces an
easy to use, high build, fast automotive undercoat.
It also has an excellent sag resistance and is easy
to apply. The highly durable, solvent resistant film, is
superior to many conventional acrylic polyurethane
primers. No hardeners or reducer is needed. All R-M
topcoats can be used over VP126.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
Technical Data
Viscosity 18-22 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.0-1.5 mm
•Do use up to 10% VR29 to reduce VP126 if
necessary, however longer flash off time may be
required.
•Do stir primer or put on shaker before use to
eliminate settling.
•Do use IR or force bake to accelerate the cure of
the topcoat.
Things NOT to DO:
•Do not apply more than 2 coats, 9.0 mil wet
maximum .
•Do not apply in direct sunlight.
•Do not spray to hiding.
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.0-1.5 mm
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 8-10 psi at air cap
Number of Coats 1 to 2 wet coats
Wet Film Thickness 2.0-6.0 mils
Dry Film Thickness 1.5-5.0 mils
Pot Life No pot life if not exposed
to UV or visible light for an
extended period of time
Coverage 511 sq ft/gal @ 2.0 mils
VOC as Applied 204 gms/ltr (1.7 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
Topcoat Procedures
Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle for Topcoating
Process
Materials Required
1) Wash panel and surrounding area.
Water and a mild detergent soap.
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851 Prep and Wash
909 Final Wipe
2) Rinse thoroughly and let dry.
3) Clean entire panel.
900 Pre-Kleano
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
4) Repair all damaged and bare metal areas.
5) Sand the repair area.
Wet sand with P800 grit
Dry sand with P400 grit
6) Scuff sand the surrounding area.
•When prepping for body filler use P80-P180.
•For feather edging use P180-P220.
•When back sanding use P320-P400.
•When sanding a primer use P320-P400 for the initial
sand and then finish.
- for solid colors use P400-P500
- for metallic colors use P500-P600
•Blend in areas use P800-P1000.
•When prepping for clear over OEM finish use P500.
•For basecoat blending use P800-P1000 when using
an interface pad, an equal grit scuff pad or 855
SharkBITE.
•When sanding by hand grits that are P100 to P200
finer may be used.
7) Blow clean with an OSHA approved Air Blow Gun.
8) Clean all sanded areas to remove any residue.
900 Pre-Kleano
901 Pre-Paint Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
9) Remove all dirt from cracks and surfaces.
OSHA approved Air Blow Gun
10) Tack entire panel.
Clean tack rag
Optional – Uniform Finish Blender when using Diamont Polyester Basecoat
1) Mix 1:1, an optional 10% BCH2 can be added to unreduced BC100.
1 part BC100
1 part UR Series Reducer
2) Apply one coat over entire area to be blended.
3) 5 to 10 minutes flash before applying color coats.
Notes: Use with certain high metallic color ranges. Minimizes sand scratches and enhances
aluminum flake orientation.
US Rev. 5/3/16
AM200 Aero-Max Hi Gloss Black
Application Procedures for Spot Repair
Products
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AM200 Aero-Max Hi Gloss Black
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
Cleaning
Pretreatments
Mixing Ratio
Application
See Topcoat Section - “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle for Topcoating” for vehicle prep.
See Undercoat Section
Ready to Spray
Shake aerosol can for one minute after mixing ball rattles and spray to test.
Spray distance 6"- 8".
Drying
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 11/1/10
20°C/68°F
30 to 35 minutes
See Topcoat Section - “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle for Topcoating” for vehicle prep.
Clean areas to be painted with AM900 Pre-Kleano. Sand as required.
AM200 Aero-Max Hi Gloss Black
Spot Repair Technical Data
Characteristics
Things to DO:
AM200 Hi Gloss Black is a 1K, fast drying topcoat
for use in spot and panel repairing of all factory OEM
finishes. Available in an easy to use aerosol container,
AM200 can be applied over AM700 Prime Etch,
AM800 Spot Prime and other properly cured and
sanded substrates.
•Do spray product in properly vented area.
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•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do shake for one minute after mixing ball rattles
and spray a small area to test product before
starting the job.
•Do turn the container over and spray to clear the
nozzle when spraying is completed.
Things NOT to DO:
Technical Data
Number of Coats 2 to 3 coats
•Do not leave or store containers in direct
sunlight.
Normal recommended storage: 50°F-100°F.
Thickness 1.5-2.0 mils
•Do not attempt to compound or polish AM200
until the finish has dried a minimum of 16 hours.
Coverage 107.6 sq ft/gal @ 1 mil
•Do not incinerate container. Contents under
pressure.
VOC as Applied 641 gms/ltr (5.4 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
AM210 Aero-Max Satin Black
Application Procedures for Spot Repair
Products
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AM210 Aero-Max Satin Black
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
Cleaning
Pretreatments
Mixing Ratio
Application
See Topcoat Section - “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle for Topcoating” for vehicle prep.
See Undercoat Section
Ready to Spray
Shake aerosol can for one minute after mixing ball rattles and spray to test.
Spray distance 6"- 8".
Drying
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 11/1/10
20°C/68°F
30 to 35 minutes
See Topcoat Section - “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle for Topcoating” for vehicle prep.
Clean areas to be painted with AM900 Pre-Kleano. Sand as required.
AM210 Aero-Max Satin Black
Spot Repair Technical Data
Characteristics
Things to DO:
AM210 Satin Black is a 1K, fast drying topcoat for use
in spot and panel repairing of all factory OEM finishes.
Available in an easy to use aerosol container, AM210
can be applied over AM700 Prime Etch, AM800
Spot Prime and other properly cured and sanded
substrates.
•Do spray product in properly vented area.
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•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do shake for one minute after mixing ball rattles
and spray a small area to test product before
starting the job.
•Do turn the container over and spray to clear the
nozzle when spraying is completed.
Things NOT to DO:
Technical Data
Number of Coats 2 to 3 coats
•Do not leave or store containers in direct
sunlight.
Normal recommended storage: 50°F-100°F.
Thickness 1.5-2.0 mils
•Do not attempt to compound or polish AM210
until the finish has dried a minimum of 16 hours.
Coverage 109 sq ft/gal @ 1 mil
•Do not incinerate container. Contents under
pressure.
VOC as Applied 639 gms/ltr (5.3 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
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R-M Carizzma®
Dye Bases
Products
Carizzma
851 Prep and Wash
900 Pre-Kleano
901 Pre-Paint Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
All R-M Clears
BC00 Base Clear
BCH2 Basecoat Hardener
UR Series Reducers
Cleaning
Pretreatments
Mixing Ratio
See Topcoat Section - “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle for Topcoating” for vehicle prep.
See Undercoat Section
Small Areas
1:10%
Large Areas
1:3:10%
1 part Carizzma Dye Base *
10% BCH2
1 part Carizzma Dye Base *
3 parts BC00
10% BCH2
Add up to 10% of UR60 or UR70 when applying at higher temperatures or on large areas.
Application
The Carizzma Dye Bases are a specially formulated version of the Diamont Basecoat that
is mixed into a Diamont color or sprayed directly over a Diamont ground coat to create
a candy color. The Carizzma dye can be diluted with BC00 Base Clear at any amount if
desired.
DB24 Smoke
DB38 Fushia
DB45 Teal
DB48 Blue
Drying
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
20°C/68°F
DB56 Green
DB65 Yellow
DB76 Orange
DB86 Apple Red
15 minutes
See Topcoat Section - “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle for Topcoating” for vehicle prep.
10% BCH2 must be added to both Carizzma dyes and to the Diamont ground coat.
*Carizzma Dye Bases may be reduced up to 400% (1:4) with BC00 for all large objects
to avoid mottling or striping, or for special effects.
To ensure a uniform finish it is recommended to use a cross-coat technique.
Carizzma Dye Bases are not part of the Lifetime Warranty Program.
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R-M Carizzma®
Dye Bases Technical Data
Characteristics
Things to DO:
R-M Carizzma Dye Bases are specially formulated to
create clean and brilliant candy colors. The bases can
be mixed with each other to give near infinite candy
possibilities, and can also be intermixed with other
Diamont bases to produce dazzling custom colors.
Carizzma Dye Bases are not part of the Lifetime
Warranty Program.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do allow 30 minutes at 20°C/68°F before using
masking tape.
•Do use UR60 or UR70 up to 10% when applying
at higher temperatures or for large areas.
Things NOT to DO:
•Do not use fisheye eliminator in Carizzma Dyes.
Technical Data
Viscosity 17-21 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.3 mm
•Do not use any thinners or reducers other than
UR Series Reducers.
•Do not apply directly over any acrylic lacquer or
lacquer finishes.
•Do not use flex agents in Carizzma Dyes.
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.3 mm
•Do not use if the shop temperature is below
10°C/60°F.
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 6-10 psi at air cap
•Do not sand Carizzma Dyes.
Number of Coats Dependent on desired effect
•Do not use DH42, DH46 or DH47.
Thickness 0.4 -1.0 mil
Pot Life 24 hours
VOC as Applied 791 gms/ltr (6.6 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
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R-M Carizzma®
Special Effect Powders
Products
Carizzma
851 Prep and Wash
900 Pre-Kleano
901 Pre-Paint Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
All R-M Clears
UR Series Reducers
BC100 Base Clear
BCH2 Basecoat Hardener
Cleaning
Pretreatments
Mixing Ratio
See Topcoat Section - “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle for Topcoating” for vehicle prep.
See Undercoat Section
2:10%:1
2 parts Diamont Basecoat Color
10% BCH2
1 part UR Reducer
Basecoat
4:1
4 parts BC100
1 part Powder flake
Midcoat
10:1
10 parts BC100
1 part Powder flake
The powder flakes can be mixed with Diamont bases to create a basecoat, ground coat or
midcoat. When mixed with Diamont tints to produce a ground coat or basecoat, 4 parts of
BC100 must be included for every 1 part powder flake. When the powder flakes are used
in the midcoat portion of a tricoat color, 10 parts BC100 must be added for every 1 part of
powder flake.
Application
The Carizzma Special Effect Powders were designed to be added to Carizzma bases,
Diamont Basecoats. For our custom formulas, the Special Effect Powders have been made
in Carizzmatics. Six pigments are provided:
PF18 Arctic Ice
PF38 Extreme Violet
PF54 Opal Marine
Drying
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
20°C/68°F
PF65 Golden Emerald
PF68 Sunfire Gold
PF85 Extreme Bronze
15 minutes
See Topcoat Section - “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle for Topcoating” for vehicle prep.
To ensure a uniform finish it is recommended to use a cross-coat technique.
Caution: the use of fine strainers/filters could remove the Powder Flake.
Carizzma custom colors are not part of the Lifetime Warranty Program.
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R-M Carizzma®
Special Effect Powders Technical Data
Characteristics
Things to DO:
Carizzma Special Effect Powders provide six pigments
in powder form that when mixed with Carizzma Bases,
Diamont Basecoats and R-M clearcoats will allow the
custom painter a wide array of possibilities. Available
colors range from white that throws a dazzling sparkle
to pigments that exhibit color travel characteristics,
much like Extreme colors. Carizzma custom colors are
not part of the Lifetime Warranty Program.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do allow 30 minutes at 20°C/68°F before using
masking tape.
•Do use UR60 or UR70 up to 10% when applying
at higher temperatures or for large areas.
Things NOT to DO:
•Do not use fisheye eliminator in Carizzma
Special Effect Powders .
Technical Data
Viscosity 17-21 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.3 mm
•Do not use any thinners or reducers other than
UR Series Reducers.
•Do not apply directly over any acrylic lacquer or
lacquer finishes.
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.3 mm
•Do not use flex agents in Carizzma Special
Effect Powders .
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 6-10 psi at air cap
•Do not use if the shop temperature is below
10°C/60°F.
Number of Coats Dependent on desired effect
Thickness 0.4-1.0 mil
•Do not sand Carizzma Special Effect Powders .
•Do not use DH42, DH46 or DH47.
•Do not use BC00 in place of BC100.
Pot Life 24 hours
VOC as Applied 791 gms/ltr (6.6 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
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R-M Carizzma® Waterborne
Carizzmatics
Products
Carizzma
851 Prep and Wash
900 Pre-Kleano
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
All R-M Clears
Description
Cleaning
Pretreatments
Mixing Ratio
Multi-color
finishes /
masking tape
HB020 Hydromix
HB040 Hydromix Slow
ONYX HD Toners
BCH10 Basecoat Hardener
ONYX HD is known for perfect matches to OEM colors, but not everyone realizes that many
dazzling and exciting non-OEM colors can be created directly from ONYX HD tinting base
system. The high quality pigments and other materials used in ONYX HD create some of
the cleanest and brightest colors imaginable.
See Topcoat Section - “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle for Topcoating” for vehicle prep.
See Undercoat Section
If you have to apply multi-color finishes or a lot of masking tape to carry out different
design paint jobs, it is recommended to add BCH10 Basecoat Hardener to the undercoat or
basecoat in order to optimise its surface hardness and tape resistance.
100 parts by volume ONYX HD solid color
5 parts by volume BCH10
60 - 80 parts by volume HB020 or HB040
•Add BCH10 and stir again carefully.
•Add HB020 or HB040 and stir carefully.
•Strain before application.
Potlife 1 hour (maximum) at 20°C/68°F
Flash off Flash off until matte after each spraycoat.
Drying 20 minutes at 60°C/140°F (before masking)
Mixing Ratio
Precoat and
Basecoat
Application
Precoat
Basecoat
100 parts by volume ONYX HD Carizzma
Precoat
60 parts by volume HB020 or HB040
100 parts by volume ONYX HD Carizzma
metallic or pearl effect color
60 parts by volume HB020 or HB040
•Mix the ONYX HD Precoat to the formula
•Mix intensively immediately after weighing
•Add HB020 or HB040
•Mix intensively immediately after weighing
•Strain before application.
•Mix the ONYX HD Basecoat to the formula
•Mix intensively immediately after weighing
•Add HB020 or HB040
•Mix intensively immediately after weighing
•Strain before application. (Do not insert
a filter less than 200 microns in the
spraygun when applying a metallic or pearl
effect basecoat.)
Precoat: 2 to 3 coats
Basecoat: 1 to 2 coats plus effect coat
Flash off until matte after each spraycoat
Drying
US Rev. 3/29/12
20°C/68°F
15 minutes under ventilation
R-M Carizzma®
Carizzmatics Technical Data
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Technical Data
Viscosity 40-65 seconds Ford 4 at
22°C/70°F
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.4-1.5 mm
Air Pressure (HVLP) 10 psi at air cap (maximum)
Number of Coats Precoat: 2 to 3 coats
Basecoat: 1 to 2 coats
plus effect coat
Thickness Precoat: 0.8-1.0 mil
Basecoat: 0.4-0.5 mil
Pot Life 1 week in a sealed plastic vessel
VOC as Applied 420 gms/ltr (3.5 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
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R-M Carizzma® Waterborne
Crystal
Products
Carizzma
851 Prep and Wash
900 Pre-Kleano
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
All R-M Clears
Description
HB020 Hydromix
HB040 Hydromix Slow
ONYX HD Toners
BCH10 Basecoat Hardener
A few Crystal Bases and Onyx HD bases contain a unique pigment that, although small in size,
exhibits a brilliant sparkle. Carizzma Crystal incorporates these pigments to create a dazzling
palette of colors that look their best in direct sunlight. To identify those specials pigment bases,
the color description starts with “CRYSTAL”.
There are several Carizzma Crystal color formulas available but the number of possible colors by
combining the different Onyx HD and Crystal bases is limited only to somebody’s imagination.
Cleaning
Pretreatments
Mixing Ratio
Multi-color
finishes /
masking tape
See Topcoat Section - “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle for Topcoating” for vehicle prep.
See Undercoat Section
If you have to apply multi-color finishes or a lot of masking tape to carry out different design
paint jobs, it is recommended to add BCH10 Basecoat Hardener to the undercoat or basecoat
in order to optimize its surface hardness and tape resistance.
100 parts by volume ONYX HD solid color
5 parts by volume BCH10
60 - 80 parts by volume HB020 or HB040
•Add BCH10 and stir again carefully.
•Add HB020 or HB040 and stir carefully.
•Strain before application.
Potlife 1 hour (maximum) at 20°C/68°F
Flash off Flash off until matte after each spraycoat.
Drying 20 minutes at 60°C/140°F (before masking)
Mixing Ratio
Precoat and
Basecoat
Application
Drying
US Rev. 3/29/12
Precoat
100 parts by volume ONYX HD Carizzma
Precoat
60 parts by volume HB020 or HB040
Basecoat
100 parts by volume ONYX HD Carizzma
Crystal color
60 parts by volume HB020 or HB040
•Mix the ONYX HD Precoat to the formula
•Mix intensively immediately after weighing
•Add HB020 or HB040
•Mix intensively immediately after weighing
•Strain before application.
•Mix the ONYX HD Basecoat to the formula
•Mix intensively immediately after weighing
•Add HB020 or HB040
•Mix intensively immediately after weighing
•Strain before application. (Do not insert a
filter less than 200 microns in the spraygun
when applying a metallic or pearl effect
basecoat.)
Precoat: 2 to 3 coats
Basecoat: 1 to 2 coats plus effect coat
Flash off until matte after each spraycoat
20°C/68°F
15 minutes under ventilation
R-M Carizzma® Waterborne
Crystal
Mixing Ratio
Basecoat only
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100 parts by volume ONYX HD Carizzma Crystal color
60 parts by volume HB020 or HB040
•Mix the ONYX HD Precoat to the formula
•Mix intensively immediately after weighing
•Add HB020 or HB040
•Mix intensively immediately after weighing
•Strain before application. (Do not insert a filter less than 200 microns in the spraygun when
applying a metallic or pearl effect basecoat.)
Application
Drying
1 to 2 coats plus effect coat
Flash off until matte after each spraycoat
20°C/68°F
15 minutes under ventilation
Technical Data - Precoat and Basecoat
Viscosity
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity)
Air Pressure (HVLP)
Number of Coats
Thickness
Pot Life
VOC as Applied
40-65 seconds Ford 4 at
22°C/70°F
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
1.4-1.5 mm
•Do allow 30 minutes at 20°C/68°F before using
masking tape.
10 psi at air cap (maximum)
Precoat: 2 to 3 coats
Basecoat: 1 to 2 coats
plus effect coat
Precoat: 0.8-1.0 mil
Basecoat: 0.5-0.6 mil
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity)
420 gms/ltr (3.5 lbs/gal)
•Do not use flex agents in Carizzma Crystal.
40-65 seconds Ford 4 at
22°C/70°F
Number of Coats
1 to 2 coats plus effect coat
VOC as Applied
•Do not use if the shop temperature is below
10°C/60°F.
•Do not sand Carizzma Crystal.
1.4-1.5 mm
10 psi at air cap (maximum)
Pot Life
•Do not use fisheye eliminator in Carizzma
Crystal.
1 week in a sealed plastic vessel
Air Pressure (HVLP)
Thickness
Things NOT to DO:
•Do not apply directly over any acrylic lacquer or
lacquer finishes.
Technical Data - Basecoat only
Viscosity
Things to DO:
0.5-0.6 mil
1 week in a sealed plastic vessel
420 gms/ltr (3.5 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
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R-M Carizzma® Waterborne
Special Effect Powder
Products
Carizzma
851 Prep and Wash
900 Pre-Kleano
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
All R-M Clears
PF Special Effect Powder
Description
Cleaning
Pretreatments
HB020 Hydromix
HB040 Hydromix Slow
HB100 Mixing Clear
ONYX HD Toners
BCH10 Basecoat Hardener
Carizzma PF Special Effect Powder used with ONYX HD waterborne basecoat creates special
effect finishes that change their color depending on lighting and angle of view. The Carizzma
Special Effect Powder can be used in ONYX HD colors and also with HB100 then sprayed over
ONYX HD colors. By applying Carizzma Special Effect Powder in HB100 over ONYX HD colors,
the color will be completely different. The color change can be intensified by increasing the
amount of Carizzma Special Effect Powder used and the film thickness applied.
The color of the basecoat strongly influences the final color and its special effect.
The Carizzma Special Effect Powders are available in the following colors: PF18 Arctic Ice, PF38
Extreme Violet, PF54 Opal Marine, PF68 Sunfire Gold, PF65 Golden Emerald, PF85 Extreme
Bronze.
See Topcoat Section - “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle for Topcoating” for vehicle prep.
See Undercoat Section
Mixing Ratio
Multi-color
finishes /
masking tape
If you have to apply multi-color finishes or a lot of masking tape to carry out different design
paint jobs, it is recommended to add BCH10 Basecoat Hardener to the undercoat or basecoat
in order to optimize its surface hardness and tape resistance.
100 parts by volume ONYX HD solid color 5 parts by volume BCH10
60 - 80 parts by volume HB020 or HB040
•Add BCH10 and stir again carefully.
•Add HB020 or HB040 and stir carefully.
•Strain before application.
Potlife 1 hour (maximum) at 20°C/68°F
Flash off Flash off until matte after each
spraycoat.
Drying 20 minutes at 60°C/140°F (before
masking)
Mixing Ratio
Precoat and
Basecoat with
Special Effect
Powder
Precoat
100 parts by volume ONYX HD Carizzma
Precoat
60 parts by volume HB020 or HB040
•Mix the ONYX HD Precoat to the formula
•Mix intensively immediately after weighing
•Add HB020 or HB040
•Mix intensively immediately after weighing
•Strain before application.
Basecoat with Special Effect Powder
ONYX HD
Special Effect Powder
•Mix to the formulas, then mix intensively
Then mix:
100 parts by volume ONYX HD / Special
Effect Powder
60 parts by volume HB040
•Mix intensively immediately after weighing
•Filter it after mixing. (Do not insert a filter
less than 200 microns in the spraygun when
applying Carizzma Special Effect Powder.)
Application
Drying
US Rev. 3/29/12
Precoat: 2 to 3 coats
Basecoat with Special Effect Powder: 1 to 2 wet coats (Don’t spray an effect
coat after flash off)
Flash off until matte after each spraycoat
20°C/68°F
15 minutes under ventilation
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R-M Carizzma® Waterborne
Special Effect Powder
Mixing Ratio
Precoat and
Basecoat with
Special Effect
Powder /
HB100
Precoat
100 parts by volume ONYX HD solid or
metallic color
60 parts by volume HB020 or HB040
•Mix the ONYX HD Precoat to the formula
•Mix intensively immediately after weighing
•Add HB020 or HB040
•Mix intensively immediately after weighing
•Strain before application.
Basecoat with Special Effect Powder
100 grams
ONYX HD
1 to 5 grams Special Effect Powder
3 to 15 grams HB100
(add HB100 3:1 with the Special Effect Powder)
•Mix to the formulas, then mix intensively
Then mix:
100 parts by volume ONYX HD/Effect Powder/
HB100
60 parts by volume HB040
•Mix intensively immediately after weighing
•Filter it after mixing. (Do not insert a filter
less than 200 microns in the spraygun when
applying Carizzma Special Effect Powder.)
Application
Drying
Mixing Ratio
Precoat and
Special Effect
Powder with
HB100
Application
Drying
Precoat: 2 to 3 coats (Solid color); 1 to 2 coats plus effect coat (Metallic color)
Basecoat with Special Effect Powder: 1 to 2 wet coats (Don’t spray an effect coat after flash
off)
Flash off until matte after each spraycoat
20°C/68°F
15 minutes under ventilation
Precoat
100 parts by volume ONYX HD solid or
metallic color
60 parts by volume HB020 or HB040
Basecoat with Special Effect Powder
100 grams
HB100
0.3 to 5 grams Special Effect Powder
•Mix the ONYX HD Precoat to the formula
•Mix intensively immediately after weighing
•Add HB020 or HB040
•Mix intensively immediately after weighing
•Strain before application.
Then mix:
100 parts by volume Special Effect Powder/
HB100
60 parts by volume HB040
•Mix intensively
•Mix intensively immediately after weighing
•Filter it after mixing. (Do not insert a filter
less than 200 microns in the spraygun when
applying Carizzma Special Effect Powder.)
Precoat: 2 to 3 coats (Solid color); 1 to 2 coats plus effect coat (Metallic color)
Basecoat with Special Effect Powder: 1 to 2 wet coats (Don’t spray a effect coat after flash
off)
Flash off until matte after each spraycoat
20°C/68°F
15 minutes under ventilation
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
R-M Carizzma® Waterborne
Special Effect Powder Technical Data
Technical Data - Precoat and Basecoat with Special
Effect Powder
Viscosity
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity)
Air Pressure (HVLP)
Number of Coats
Thickness
Pot Life
VOC as Applied
40-65 seconds Ford 4 at 22°C/70°F
1.4-1.5 mm
10 psi at air cap (maximum)
Precoat: 2 to 3 coats
Basecoat: 1 to 2 coats plus effect
coat
Precoat: 0.8-1.0 mil
Basecoat: 0.5-0.6 mil
1 week in a sealed plastic vessel
420 gms/ltr (3.5 lbs/gal)
Technical Data - Precoat and Basecoat with Special
Effect Powder / HB100
Viscosity
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity)
Air Pressure (HVLP)
Number of Coats
Thickness
Pot Life
VOC as Applied
40-65 seconds Ford 4 at 22°C/70°F
1.4-1.5 mm
10 psi at air cap (maximum)
Precoat: Solid - 2 to 3 coats
Metallic - 1 to 2 coats + effect coat
Basecoat: 1 to 2 wet coats
Precoat: Solid - 0.8-1.0 mil
Metallic - 0.5-0.6 mil
Basecoat: 0.6-1.0 mil
1 week in a sealed plastic vessel
420 gms/ltr (3.5 lbs/gal)
Technical Data - Precoat and Special Effect Powder
with HB100
Viscosity
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity)
Air Pressure (HVLP)
Number of Coats
Thickness
Pot Life
VOC as Applied
US Rev. 3/29/12
40-65 seconds Ford 4 at 22°C/70°F
1.4-1.5 mm
10 psi at air cap (maximum)
Precoat: Solid - 2 to 3 coats
Metallic - 1 to 2 coats + effect coat
Basecoat: 1 to 2 wet coats
Precoat: Solid - 0.8-1.0 mil
Metallic - 0.5-0.6 mil
Basecoat: 0.6-1.0 mil
1 week in a sealed plastic vessel
420 gms/ltr (3.5 lbs/gal)
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Things to DO:
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA
respirator. Consult product label for details.
•Do allow 30 minutes at 20°C/68°F before using
masking tape.
Things NOT to DO:
•Do not use fisheye eliminator in Carizzma
Special Effect Powder.
•Do not apply directly over any acrylic lacquer
or lacquer finishes.
•Do not use flex agents in Carizzma Special
Effect Powder.
•Do not use if the shop temperature is below
10°C/60°F.
•Do not sand Carizzma Special Effect Powder.
Diamont Basecoat
Application Procedures for Spot Repair
Products
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Diamont Basecoat Color
851 Prep and Wash
900 Pre-Kleano
901 Pre-Paint Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
BCH2 Basecoat Hardener
UR Series Reducers
Cleaning
Pretreatments
Mixing Ratio
See Topcoat Section - “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle for Topcoating” for vehicle prep.
See Undercoat Section
2:1
2 parts Diamont Basecoat Color
1 part UR Reducer
optional - 10% BCH2 added to unreduced color portion
Application
Apply 1st coat over repair area only
5 to 10 minutes flash between coats
Apply 2nd coat 4 to 6 inches beyond where the 1st coat ended.
Apply 3rd coat (if necessary) 4 to 6 inches beyond where the 2nd coat ended.
* With certain high metallic colors the final blend coat is best applied at low pressures of 15
to 20 psi.
* Do not melt in the dry edge of the color after finishing the blend – the clearcoat will take
care of this.
* Allow final coat to flash 15 minutes before applying the clear.
Drying
20°C/68°F
20 minutes
60°C/140°F 5 minutes
70°C/160°F 10 minutes
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 8/8/13
See Topcoat Section - “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle for Topcoating” for vehicle prep.
Tack entire panel with clean tack rag to remove dry overspray.
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Diamont Basecoat
Spot Repair Technical Data
Characteristics
Things to DO:
Diamont Basecoat Color is the basecoat color used to
repair and duplicate the OEM look of original basecoat/
clearcoat finishes. Diamont Basecoat Colors require
no special spraying techniques and achieve complete
hiding in two or three light coats. All Diamont Basecoat
Colors must be clearcoated with an approved Diamont
Clearcoat.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
Technical Data
Viscosity 13-15 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 6-10 psi at air cap
Number of Coats 2 to 3 medium wet coats
Thickness 0.75-1.0 mil
•Do allow 30 minutes at 20°C/68°F before using
masking tape.
•Do double mask when doing a two-tone or
striping.
•Do lightly sand with 1200 grit or finer between
coats of basecoat color to remove small
imperfections. Sanding of the basecoat film is
not necessary prior to application of clearcoat.
•Do allow 30 minutes dry time or longer before
sanding large imperfections and then recoating.
•Do shake new tinting bases for 15 minutes on
a mechanical paint shaker before placing on a
mixing machine.
•Do agitate tinting bases on a mixing machine
at the start of the work day for 15 minutes and
every 4 hours throughout the day to ensure good
color matching.
Pot Life Indefinite
Pot Life using 10% BCH2 24 hours
Coverage 278 sq ft/gal @ 0.75 mil
VOC as Applied 791 gms/ltr (6.6 lbs/gal)
Repair of Diamont Basecoat
1. Allow Diamont Basecoat Color to dry for 30
minutes or longer at 20°C/68°F before sanding.
2. Wet sand using 1200 grit or finer sandpaper to
remove small imperfections.
3. After sanding and repairing Diamont Basecoat
Color, additional Diamont Basecoat Color must be
applied over the repaired area. No special reducers
or spray techniques are required.
Things NOT to DO:
•Do not use fisheye eliminator in Diamont
Basecoat.
•Do not use any thinners or reducers other than
UR Series Reducers.
•Do not apply directly over any acrylic lacquer
or lacquer finishes. DP20 2K Urethane PrimerSurfacer must be used over all acrylic lacquers
or lacquer finishes before applying Diamont
Basecoat.
•Do not use flex agents in Diamont Basecoat.
•Do not use if the shop temperature is below
10°C/50°F.
4. If hardener has been added to a basecoat color,
hardener must be added to the repair basecoat
also.
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
Diamont Basecoat
Application Procedures for Complete Repair
Products
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Diamont Basecoat Color
851 Prep and Wash
900 Pre-Kleano
901 Pre-Paint Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
BCH2 Basecoat Hardener
UR Series Reducers
Cleaning
Pretreatments
See Topcoat Section - “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle for Topcoating” for vehicle prep.
See Undercoat Section
Optional – If desired, apply any of the following sealers over the entire area: EP Series
Primer Sealer, Polyuroxy Sealer, DS30, DP21, DP25, DP26, DP27 or DP31. Allow EP Series
to flash for 45 minutes Allow DP21 and Polyuroxy to flash for 20 minutes Allow DS30 to
flash for 60 minutes Wipe entire vehicle with a clean tack rag.
Mixing Ratio
2:1
2 parts Diamont Basecoat Color
1 part UR Reducer
optional - 10% BCH2 added to unreduced color portion
Application
2 to 3 medium wet coats
5 to 10 minutes flash between coats
Allow final coat to flash at least 15 minutes before applying the clearcoat. If needed, when
dry, tack entire vehicle with a clean tack rag.
Drying
20°C/68°F
15 to 20 minutes
60°C/140°F 10 to 15 minutes
70°C/160°F 7 to 10 minutes
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 8/8/13
See Topcoat Section - “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle for Topcoating” for vehicle prep.
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Diamont Basecoat
Complete Repair Technical Data
Characteristics
Things to DO:
Diamont Basecoat Color is the basecoat color used to
repair and duplicate the OEM look of original basecoat/
clearcoat finishes. Diamont Basecoat Colors require
no special spraying techniques and achieve complete
hiding in two or three light coats. All Diamont Basecoat
Colors must be clearcoated with an approved Diamont
Clearcoat.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
Technical Data
Viscosity 13-15 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 6-10 psi at air cap
Number of Coats 2 to 3 medium wet coats
Thickness 0.75-1.0 mil
•Do allow 30 minutes at 20°C/68°F before using
masking tape.
•Do double mask when doing a two-tone or
striping.
•Do lightly sand with 1200 grit or finer between
coats of basecoat color to remove small
imperfections. Sanding of the basecoat film is
not necessary prior to application of clearcoat.
•Do allow 30 minutes dry time or longer before
sanding large imperfections and then recoating.
•Do shake new tinting bases for 15 minutes on
a mechanical paint shaker before placing on a
mixing machine.
•Do agitate tinting bases on a mixing machine
at the start of the work day for 15 minutes and
every 4 hours throughout the day to ensure good
color matching.
Pot Life Indefinite
Pot Life using 10% BCH2 24 hours
Coverage 278 sq ft/gal @ 0.75 mil
VOC as Applied 791 gms/ltr (6.6 lbs/gal)
Repair of Diamont Basecoat
1. Allow Diamont Basecoat Color to dry for 30
minutes or longer at 20°C/68°F before sanding.
2. Wet sand using 1200 grit or finer sandpaper to
remove small imperfections.
3. After sanding and repairing Diamont Basecoat
Color, additional Diamont Basecoat Color must be
applied over the repaired area. No special reducers
or spray techniques are required.
Things NOT to DO:
•Do not use fisheye eliminator in Diamont
Basecoat.
•Do not use any thinners or reducers other than
UR Series Reducers.
•Do not apply directly over any acrylic lacquer
or lacquer finishes. DP20 2K Urethane PrimerSurfacer must be used over all acrylic lacquers
or lacquer finishes before applying Diamont
Basecoat.
•Do not use flex agents in Diamont Basecoat.
•Do not use if the shop temperature is below
10°C/50°F.
4. If hardener has been added to a basecoat color,
hardener must be added to the repair basecoat
also.
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
Diamont Basecoat
Application Procedures for Interior Parts
Products
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Diamont Basecoat Color
851 Prep and Wash
902 Plastic Prep Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM902 Plastic Prep and Cleaner
DH14 Fast Hardener
DH16 Normal Hardener
DH18 Slow Hardener
DH42 Rapid Hardener
DH44 Medium Hardener
DH46 Normal Hardener
DH99 Low VOC Fast Hardener
DH100 Low VOC Normal Hardener
UR Series Reducers
Cleaning
Pretreatments
Mixing Ratio
Application
See Flexible Parts Section - “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle for Topcoating” for part prep.
For flexible interior parts, refer to Flexible Parts Section “868 1K Plastic Primer” or “870
High Solids Adhesion Promoter for Plastics”.
1 part Diamont Basecoat Color
10% Hardener (see product list) *
75%-100% UR Reducer
2 to 3 medium wet coats
5 to 10 minutes flash between coats
Drying
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 7/14/15
20°C/68°F
20 minutes
See Flexible Parts Section - “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle for Topcoating” for part prep.
* The 10% of hardener is by weight, as per color formula.
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Diamont Basecoat
Interior Parts Technical Data
Characteristics
Things to DO:
Diamont is ideally suited for repairs of interior substrates
due to the fast dry, minimal overspray and wide range
of color capability for Diamont Basecoat. Adding an
approved hardener to Diamont Basecoat crosslinks the
basecoat to a durable interior finish that will withstand
fading, chalking and abrasions. Diamont Basecoat
does not require a clearcoat when used on interior
parts. Diamont Basecoat does not require addition
of flex agents when used on flexible plastic parts.
However, all clearcoats need to be flexed if used.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do shake new tinting bases for 15 minutes on
a mechanical paint shaker before placing on a
mixing machine.
•Do agitate tinting bases on a mixing machine
at the start of the work day for 15 minutes and
every 4 hours throughout the day to ensure good
color matching.
Things NOT to DO:
Technical Data
Viscosity 14-16 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
•Do not use fisheye eliminator in Diamont
Basecoat.
•Do not use any thinners or reducers other than
UR Series Reducers.
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
•Do not use if the shop temperature is below
15°C/60°F.
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 6-10 psi at air cap
•Do not use flex agent in the basecoat.
Number of Coats 2 to 3 medium wet coats
•Do not add basecoat that has been activated
into unactivated basecoat mixes.
Thickness 0.75-1.0 mil
Pot Life 24 hours @ 68°F
VOC as Applied 753 gms/ltr (6.3 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
Diamont Basecoat - D121
Ultra Flash Flake Basecoat with Chrome Satin Effect
Products
Diamont Basecoat - D121 Ultra Flash Flake
851 Prep and Wash
900 Pre-Kleano
901 Pre-Paint Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
BCH2 Basecoat Hardener
Cleaning
Pretreatments
Mixing Ratio
Application
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DC98 2.0 VOC Clearcoat
DC5335 Glamour Clear
DC5800 2.0 CTR Clear
UR Series Reducers
See Topcoat Section - “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle for Topcoating” for vehicle prep.
See Undercoat Section
Groundcoat: 2:1:10%
Ultra Flash Flake Midcoat: 1:10%
2 parts BC201 Black
1 part UR Reducer
10% BCH2 Basecoat Hardener
1 part D121 Ultra Flash Flake
10% BCH2 Basecoat Hardener
(Do not reduce)
Groundcoat
Ultra Flash Flake Midcoat
Apply BC201 in 2 to 3 wet coats or to
hiding.
2 medium wet coats plus 1 to 2 mist coats
5 to 10 minutes flash between coats
Allow final coat to flash at least 15 minutes
before applying the clearcoat. If needed,
when dry, tack entire vehicle with a clean
tack rag.
Drying
20°C/68°F
15 to 20 minutes
60°C/140°F 10 to 15 minutes
70°C/160°F 7 to 10 minutes
Sanding/
Polishing
See Topcoat Section - “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle for Topcoating” for vehicle prep.
Notes
BC201 Black Catalyzed with 10% BCH2, must be applied before application of D121,
unless otherwise stated in the intermix formulations.
D121 Ultra Flash Flake is only compliant in National Rule areas.
To meet USEPA National Rule VOC regulations, a 3.5 VOC or lower clearcoat
must be used. Check your local regulations for detailed VOC requirements.
US Rev. 8/8/13
Diamont Basecoat - D121
Technical Data
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Characteristics
Things to DO:
Ultra Flash Flake is a special Diamont basecoat
showing a chrome satin effect. A homogeneous, black
substrate is necessary for creating a chrome satin
effect.
•Do use BC201 catalyzed with 10% BCH2 before
application of D121, unless otherwise stated in
the intermix formulations.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do allow 30 minutes at 20°C/68°F before using
masking tape.
•Do shake new tinting bases for 15 minutes on
a mechanical paint shaker before placing on a
mixing machine.
•Do agitate tinting bases on a mixing machine
at the start of the work day for 15 minutes and
every 4 hours throughout the day to ensure good
color matching.
Technical Data
Viscosity 10-13 sec. #4 Ford cup
•Do use a 3.5 VOC or lower clearcoat only.
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 6-10 psi at air cap
Number of Coats 2 medium wet coats plus
1 to 2 mist coats
Thickness 0.75-1.0 mil
Pot Life Indefinite
Pot Life using 10% BCH2 24 hours
Coverage 278 sq ft/gal @ 0.75 mil
Things NOT to DO:
•Do not use fisheye eliminator in Diamont
Basecoat D121.
•Do not use any other thinners or reducers other
than UR Series Reducers.
•Do not apply directly over any acrylic lacquer or
lacquer finishes.
•Do not use flex agents in Diamont Basecoat
D121.
•Do not use if the shop temperature is below
15°C/60°F.
VOC as Applied BC201: 743 gms/ltr (6.2 lbs/gal)
D121: 851 gms/ltr ( 7.2 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
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ONYX HD
Application Procedures for exterior
Products
ONYX HD Toners
851 Prep and Wash
900 Pre-Kleano
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
HB002 Hydrobase
HB004 Hydrobase Slow (Not for California)
HB005 Hydrobase Slow (For California only)
Cleaning
Pretreatments
Color
Mixing Ratio
HB020 Hydromix
HB040 Hydromix Slow
HB055 Onyx Blender Pro
HB100 Mixing Clear
All R-M Clears
All R-M Undercoats
See Topcoat Section - “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle for Topcoating” for vehicle prep.
See Undercoat Section
Mix color with Hydrobase and HB100 as per formula.
100% ONYX HD Color
60-80% Hydromix
It is important to follow these steps during
the preparation of ONYX HD:
• Prepare the ONYX HD Color
• Stir well until uniform
• Add Hydromix
• Stir well until uniform
Strain before application.
Application
2 medium wet coats (to hiding) + 1 mist coat for metallic / effect colors
5 minutes flash between coats and before clearcoat until matte. The use of air jets will
reduce flash-off time of the ONYX HD paint.
Drying
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
20°C/68°F
15 minutes under ventilation
See Topcoat Section - “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle for Topcoating” for vehicle prep.
Intermix formula must contain Hydrobase.
Please observe the following shelf life recommendations:
HB002 - 12 months
HB004 - 12 months
HB005 - 12 months
HB020 - 12 months
HB040 - 12 months
HB055 - 12 months
HB100 - 12 months
ONYX HD colors mixed to formula: 6 months in a sealed plastic container.
ONYX HD ready for use: 1 week in a sealed plastic container.
For underhood solution, please see SmartTRAK/SmartCOLOR.
US Rev. 7/25/14
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ONYX HD
Exterior Technical Data
Characteristics
Things to DO:
The R-M ONYX HD Waterborne is an advanced
water-based topcoat that provides all the drying
advantages of a solvent based product while having
the environmentally safe properties of a water-base
topcoat. ONYX HD uses 80% less solvent when
compared to conventional basecoats and has a ready
for use VOC of 3.5 lbs/gal or less. Has OEM approval
and is good for multi-colors and solid colors.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do use HB055 Onyx Blender Pro to melt in
ONYX HD Color when completing a color blend.
•Do measure amount of hardener and reducer DO NOT ESTIMATE.
•Do use ONYX HD toner mixture with hardener
within 90 minutes for best results.
•Do shake new tinting bases for 15 minutes on
a mechanical paint shaker before placing on a
mixing machine.
Technical Data
Viscosity 21-26 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 8-10 psi at air cap
Number of Coats 2+ coats
Thickness 0.5-1.0 mil
Pot Life 6 months (in plastic or lined
containers)
•Do agitate tinting bases on a mixing machine
at the start of the work day for 15 minutes and
every 4 hours throughout the day to ensure good
color matching.
•Do keep the following products from freezing:
HB002 Hydrobase, HB004 Hydrobase Slow
(not for California), HB005 Hydrobase Slow
(for California only), HB020 Hydromix, HB040
Hydromix Slow, HB055 Onyx Blender Pro and
HB100 Mixing Clear.
•Do use plastic or lined cans for storage of
ONYX HD paint.
•ONYX HD colors mixed to formula may be
stored for six months in a sealed plastic
container. ONYX HD ready for use may be stored
for one week in a sealed plastic container.
Coverage 230 sq ft/gal @ 1.0 mil
VOC as Applied 420 gms/ltr (3.5 lbs/gal)
Things NOT to DO:
•Do not use if the shop temperature is below
15°C/60°F.
•Do not use any reducers other than HB020
Hydromix or HB040 Hydromix Slow.
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
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ONYX HD
Application Procedures for exterior
This method is necessary for OEM warranty work.
Products
ONYX HD Toners
851 Prep and Wash
900 Pre-Kleano
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
BCH10 Basecoat Hardener
HB002 Hydrobase
HB004 Hydrobase Slow (Not for California)
Cleaning
Pretreatments
Color
Mixing Ratio
HB005 Hydrobase Slow (For California only)
HB020 Hydromix
HB040 Hydromix Slow
HB055 Onyx Blender Pro
HB100 Mixing Clear
All R-M Clears
All R-M Undercoats
See Topcoat Section - “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle for Topcoating” for vehicle prep.
See Undercoat Section
Mix color with Hydrobase and HB100 as per formula.
100% ONYX HD Color
80% Hydromix
* 5% BCH10
It is important to follow these steps during
the preparation of ONYX HD:
• Prepare the ONYX HD Color
• Stir well until uniform
• Add Hydromix
• Stir well until uniform
• Add BCH10 Basecoat Hardener
• Stir well until uniform
Strain before application.
Application
2 medium wet coats (to hiding) + 1 mist coat for metallic / effect colors
5 minutes flash between coats and before clearcoat until matte. The use of air jets will
reduce flash-off time of the ONYX HD paint.
Drying
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
20°C/68°F
15 minutes under ventilation
See Topcoat Section - “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle for Topcoating” for vehicle prep.
Intermix formula must contain Hydrobase.
Please observe the following shelf life recommendations:
HB002 - 12 months
HB040 - 12 months
HB004 - 12 months
HB055 - 12 months
HB005 - 12 months
HB100 - 12 months
HB020 - 12 months
ONYX HD colors mixed to formula: 6 months in a sealed plastic container.
ONYX HD ready for use: 1 week in a sealed plastic container.
For underhood solution, please see SmartTRAK/SmartCOLOR.
US Rev. 7/25/14
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ONYX HD
Exterior Technical Data
This method is necessary for OEM warranty work.
Characteristics
Things to DO:
The R-M ONYX HD Waterborne is an advanced
water-based topcoat that provides all the drying
advantages of a solvent based product while having
the environmentally safe properties of a water-base
topcoat. ONYX HD uses 80% less solvent when
compared to conventional basecoats and has a ready
for use VOC of 3.5 lbs/gal or less. Has OEM approval
and is good for multi-colors and solid colors.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do use HB055 Onyx Blender Pro to melt in
ONYX HD Color when completing a color blend.
•Do measure amount of hardener and reducer DO NOT ESTIMATE.
•Do use ONYX HD toner mixture with hardener
within 90 minutes for best results.
•Do shake new tinting bases for 15 minutes on
a mechanical paint shaker before placing on a
mixing machine.
Technical Data
Viscosity 21-26 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 8-10 psi at air cap
Number of Coats 2+ coats
Thickness 0.5-1.0 mil
Pot Life 6 months (in plastic or lined
containers)
Pot Life using 5% BCH10 90 minutes
Coverage 230 sq ft/gal @ 1.0 mil
VOC as Applied 420 gms/ltr (3.5 lbs/gal)
•Do agitate tinting bases on a mixing machine
at the start of the work day for 15 minutes and
every 4 hours throughout the day to ensure good
color matching.
•Do keep the following products from freezing:
HB002 Hydrobase, HB004 Hydrobase Slow
(not for California), HB005 Hydrobase Slow
(for California only), HB020 Hydromix, HB040
Hydromix Slow, HB055 Onyx Blender Pro and
HB100 Mixing Clear.
•Do use plastic or lined cans for storage of
ONYX HD paint.
•ONYX HD colors mixed to formula may be
stored for six months in a sealed plastic
container. ONYX HD ready for use may be stored
for one week in a sealed plastic container.
Things NOT to DO:
•Do not use if the shop temperature is below
15°C/60°F.
•Do not use any hardeners other than BCH10 or
reducers other than HB020 Hydromix or HB040
Hydromix Slow.
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
ONYX HD
Application Procedures for ONYX HD Solvent System
Products
ONYX HD Toners
851 Prep and Wash
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
SB01 Low VOC Mixing Clear
SB02 Quick-Dry Basecoat Adjuster
SB03 Quick-Dry Color Adjuster
SB04 Quick-Dry Color Booster
Cleaning
Sanding
Recommendations
Color
Mixing Ratio
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SB05 Quick-Dry Mixing Clear For Solids
DH100 Low VOC Hardener
RMR09 Onyx HD Low VOC Slow Reducer
VR0 Ultra Low VOC Reducer
All VOC Compliant R-M Clears and
Undercoats - without flexed or matte additives
See Topcoat Section - “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle for Topcoating” for vehicle prep.
Orbital dry sanding: P400-P500 grit on repair area, P800-P1000 grit on blend area
Mix Toners with appropriate SB Quick-Dry mixing clear as per formula provided in SmartTRAK.
Mix per SmartTRAK formula and instructions.
RMR09 ONYX HD Low VOC Slow Reducer can be replaced directly with VR0.
Application
2 to 3 medium wet coats (to hiding); optional 1 mist coat for metallic / effect colors if needed.
5 to 10 minutes flash between coats. Metallic colors will dry to a matte finish. Solid colors will
dry to a semi-gloss finish.
Blending
Drying
Clear Coating
Notes
US Rev. 9/3/15
•Mix 2 parts SB01 to 1 part RMR09 to 10% DH100.
•Apply one coat of catalyzed SB01 to the entire blend area.
•If needed, basecoat color can be blended into the SB01 before the SB01 has completely
flashed (Wet Bed application).
•Blend basecoat to uniform finish.
20°C/68°F - Allow final coat to flash at least 15 to 30 minutes before applying clearcoat. For
best results, tack off the entire area prior to clearcoating.
Use appropriate Clearcoat per VOC regulations.
Mixed colors (without RMR09 and DH100) have a 30 day shelf-life.
ONYX HD
Technical Data for ONYX HD Solvent System
Characteristics
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Things to DO:
The R-M ONYX HD Solvent System is an advanced
topcoat that provides similar drying properties of
National Rule compliant solventborne basecoats.
Because of its solventborne nature, ONYX HD Solvent
System is easy to use and its drying properties are
consistent throughout collision center environments.
ONYX HD Solvent System performs well in high
humidity conditions. ONYX HD Solvent System meets
all current low VOC regulations in North America with
420 gms/ltr (3.5 lbs/gal) or less VOC content (ready
for use).
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA or air
supplied respirator. Consult product label for
details.
• Do only use DH100 Hardener.
• Do mix thoroughly when prompted by SmartTrak
• Do apply with a 75% overlap to create even
coverage.
• ONYX HD waterborne basecoat can be applied
over solventborne basecoat, as in a groundcoat or
3 stage application.
• Do agitate ready to spray basecoat that has been
allowed to settle in gun longer than 10 minutes.
• Do store premixed colors without hardeners at
temperatures above 15°C/60°F.
Technical Data
Viscosity 11-14 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.3-1.4 mm
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.4-1.5 mm
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 5-8 psi at air cap
16-22 psi*
Number of Coats 2+ coats
Thickness 0.5-1.5 mils
Pot Life Usable same day with
hardener - 8 hours
Coverage Will vary depending on the
color
VOC as Applied 420 gms/ltr (3.5 lbs/gal)
*For detailed gun
pressures, consult
manufacturers
suggestions.
•Do measure amount of hardener and reducer DO NOT ESTIMATE. Please, use the same reducer
amount showed in the SmartTRAK color formulas
when replacing RMR09 with VR0.
•Do shake new tinting bases for 15 minutes on a
mechanical paint shaker before placing on a mixing
machine.
•Do agitate SB01 and ONYX HD tinting bases on a
mixing machine at the start of the work day for 15
minutes and every 4 hours throughout the day to
ensure good color matching.
•Do shake by hand the remaining containers of SB
Quick-Dry products for 2 minutes to ensure good
color matching.
•Do lightly dry sand with P800 grit or finer between
coats of color to remove small imperfections after
appropriate flash times.
• Do use ready to spray SB01 as necessary for
blending difficult colors.
Things NOT to DO:
•Do not use if the shop temperature is below
15°C/60°F.
•Do not apply ONYX HD solventborne basecoat over
waterborne basecoat.
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
ONYX HD
Application Procedures for ONYX HD Solvent System
Tips for
Success
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• Use ONYX at temperatures above 60°F / 15°C in booths with adequate air flow. Using
ONYX below 60°F / 15°C can lead to slow drying, color match issues and dieback of the
clearcoat.
• Use only DH100 hardener in ONYX HD Solvent. Use of any other hardener will cause
color drift.
• RMR09 is recommended for metallic pearl containing color reduction. VR0 can also be
used. Use of any other reducer will cause color drift and may lead to adhesion issues.
• For large repairs or graphics, BASF recommends that the ONYX HD Solvent remain
un-cleared for a maximum of 24 hours. If the basecoat has cured longer than
24 hours, scuff the existing basecoat and reapply one to two additional coats of
activated ONYX HD Solvent basecoat and clear when the basecoat has adequately
flashed off.
• Mixed ONYX HD Solvent without DH100 and RMR09 has a 30 day shelf life. Use of the
mixed material past 30 days can cause color drift and potential adhesion issues.
• Mixed ONYX HD Solvent with DH100 has an 8 hour potlife. Use of the product past 8
hours can cause color drift and potential adhesion issues.
• Underhood colors can be accessed in SmartTrak.
• Apply a mist coat to metallic colors if needed. Apply before basecoat has flashed
off.
• OEM warranty approved for GM, Ford and Chrysler.
• Metallic Colors: Reduce color by 70% with RMR09 and 10% of DH100 by weight.
• Solid Colors: add 7% of DH100 by weight.
US Rev. 9/3/15
UNO HD 340 gms/liter (2.8 lbs/gal) VOC
Application Procedures
Products
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UNO HD Colors
812 Fisheye Eliminator
851 Prep and Wash
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
AM960 Spot Blender
DF21 Flex Agent
DH99 Low VOC Fast Hardener
DH100 Low VOC Hardener
DH105 High Temp Low VOC Hardener
RMR09 Onyx HD Low VOC Slow Reducer
SCM103 Mixing Clear
VR Series Reducers
Cleaning
Pretreatments
Color
Mixing Ratio
See Topcoat Section - “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle for Topcoating” for vehicle prep.
See Undercoat Section
Mix color with SCM103 as per the intermix formula.
3:1:1
3 parts UNO HD Color
1 part DH99, DH100 or DH105
1 part VR Reducer or RMR09
Application
Apply 1 medium wet coat.
5 minutes flash between coats.
Apply a 2nd medium wet coat.
Bake immediately after final coat for best results.
Drying
20°C/68°F
2 hours tack free; 30 to 60 minutes to dust free
60°C/140°F 30 minutes
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
Wet Sand - 1200 grit or finer
Intermix formula must contain SCM103.
Mix 3 parts UNO HD color to 1 part (by volume) SCM103.
US Rev. 5/18/16
UNO HD 340 gms/liter (2.8 lbs/gal) VOC
Technical Data
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Characteristics
Things to DO:
R-M UNO HD is a high solids single stage, two
component, topcoat system. This formulation is based
on a unique acrylic/polyurethane technology that offers
high solids and high performance. UNO HD comes in a
wide range of solid colors that can assure success in
completes, panel replacements and spot repairs. The
ease of mix as well as application are just the beginning.
Expect excellent flow and leveling, exceptional hiding
and mirror like gloss. Superior hardness and chemical
resistance completes the package.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do use R-M 812 Fisheye Eliminator if necessary,
add 1/4 to 1/2 cap full per quart or gun cup.
•Do measure amount of hardener and reducer DO NOT ESTIMATE.
•Do use UNO HD color mixture within 2 hours for
best results.
•Do use AM960 Spot Blender to melt in UNO HD
as needed.
Technical Data
Viscosity 16-20 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.5 mm
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 8-10 psi at air cap
Number of Coats 2 to 3 coats
Thickness 2.0-3.0 mils
•Do use DH99 Low VOC Fast Hardener in cool
weather to reduce dry times.
•Do use JET95 0.5 to 1% with DH100 or DH105 if
necessary.
•Do shake new tinting bases for 15 minutes on
a mechanical paint shaker before placing on a
mixing machine.
•Do agitate tinting bases on a mixing machine
at the start of the work day for 15 minutes and
every 4 hours throughout the day to ensure good
color matching.
•Do use DF21 Flex Agent when painting flexible
parts. See Flexible Parts section of manual.
Pot Life 2 hours
Coverage 400 sq ft/gal @ 2.0 mils
VOC as Applied 340 gms/ltr max. (2.8 lbs/gal)
Things NOT to DO:
•Do not attempt to recoat, sand or compound
until the final coat has dried a minimum of 24
hours.
•Do not use if the shop temperature is below
15°C/60°F.
•Do not use any hardeners other than DH99,
DH100 or DH105 or reducers other than
VR Series.
•Do not use Jet95 when using DH99.
•Do not use UNO HD wet-on-wet over EP569,
EP669, EP769 or EP869.
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
UNO HD 420 gms/liter (3.5 lbs/gal) VOC
Application Procedures
Products
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UNO HD Colors
812 Fisheye Eliminator
851 Prep and Wash
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
AM960 Spot Blender
DF21 Flex Agent
DH42 Rapid Hardener
DH44 Medium Hardener
DH46 Normal Hardener
DH47 Slow Hardener
RMR09 Onyx HD Low VOC Slow Reducer
SCM103 Mixing Clear
VR Series Reducers
Cleaning
Pretreatments
Color
Mixing Ratio
See Topcoat Section - “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle for Topcoating” for vehicle prep.
See Undercoat Section
Mix color with SCM103 as per the intermix formula.
3:1:1
3 parts UNO HD Color
1 part DH42, DH44, DH46 or DH47
1 part VR Reducer or RMR09
Application
Apply 1 medium wet coat.
5 minutes flash between coats.
Apply a 2nd medium wet coat.
Bake immediately after final coat for best results.
Drying
20°C/68°F
2 hours tack free; 30 to 60 minutes to dust free
60°C/140°F 30 minutes
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
Wet Sand - 1200 grit or finer
Intermix formula must contain SCM103.
Mix 3 parts UNO HD color to 1 part (by volume) SCM103.
US Rev. 5/18/16
UNO HD 420 gms/liter (3.5 lbs/gal) VOC
Technical Data
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Characteristics
Things to DO:
R-M UNO HD is a high solids single stage, two
component, topcoat system. This formulation is based
on a unique acrylic/polyurethane technology that offers
high solids and high performance. UNO HD comes in a
wide range of solid colors that can assure success in
completes, panel replacements and spot repairs. The
ease of mix as well as application are just the beginning.
Expect excellent flow and leveling, exceptional hiding
and mirror like gloss. Superior hardness and chemical
resistance completes the package.
• Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
• Do use R-M 812 Fisheye Eliminator if necessary,
add 1/4 to 1/2 cap full per quart or gun cup.
• Do use UNO HD color mixture within 5 hours for
best results.
• Do use AM960 Spot Blender to melt in UNO HD
as needed.
• Do use DH42 Rapid Hardener in cool weather to
reduce dry times.
Technical Data
Viscosity 15-17 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 8-10 psi at air cap
Number of Coats 2 to 3 coats
Thickness 2.0-3.0 mils
• Do measure amount of hardener and reducer DO NOT ESTIMATE.
• Do use JET95 0.5 to 1% with DH46 or DH47 if
necessary.
• Do shake new tinting bases for 15 minutes on
a mechanical paint shaker before placing on a
mixing machine.
• Do agitate tinting bases on a mixing machine
at the start of the work day for 15 minutes and
every 4 hours throughout the day to ensure good
color matching.
• Do use DF21 Flex Agent when painting flexible
parts. See Flexible Parts section of manual.
Pot Life 5 hours
Coverage 370 sq ft/gal @ 2.0 mils
VOC as Applied 420 gms/ltr max. (3.5 lbs/gal)
Things NOT to DO:
• Do not attempt to recoat, sand or compound
until the final coat has dried a minimum of 24
hours.
• Do not use if the shop temperature is below
15°C/60°F.
• Do not use any hardeners other than DH42,
DH44, DH46 or DH47 or reducers other than
VR Series.
• Do not use Jet95 in UNO HD 3.5 VOC Colors
when using DH42.
• Do not use UNO HD wet-on-wet over EP569,
EP669, EP769 or EP869.
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
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UNO HD National Rule
Application Procedures
Products
UNO HD Colors
812 Fisheye Eliminator
851 Prep and Wash
900 Pre-Kleano
901 Pre-Paint Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
AM960 Spot Blender
DF21 Flex Agent
Cleaning
Pretreatments
Color
Mixing Ratio
DH42 Rapid Hardener
DH46 Normal Hardener
DH44 Medium Hardener
DH47 Slow Hardener
SC01 Base Booster
SC10 Mixing Clear
SM09 Flattener - Special MAT09
UBR200 Blending Solvent
UR Series Reducers
See Topcoat Section - “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle for Topcoating” for vehicle prep.
See Undercoat Section
Mix color with SC01 and SC10 per intermix formula.
4:1:1
4 parts UNO HD Color
1 part DH42, DH44, DH46 or DH47
1 part UR Reducer
Application
Apply 1 medium wet coat.
5 minutes flash between coats.
Apply a 2nd medium wet coat.
Bake immediately after final coat for best results.
Drying
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
20°C/68°F
90 minutes
60°C/140°F
30 to 45 minutes
Wet Sand - 1200 grit or finer
Apply UBR200 Blending Solvent or AM960 Spot Blender (see Clearcoat section)
over blend areas.
Intermix formula must contain SC01 and SC10.
Use 10% SC01 Base Booster and 15% SC10 Mixing Clear in the intermix
formula.
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UNO HD National Rule
Technical Data
Characteristics
Things to DO:
R-M UNO HD is a high solids single stage, two
component, topcoat system. This globally available
product was developed with international cooperation
among our European and American facilities. This
formulation is based on a unique acrylic/polyurethane
technology that offers high solids and high performance.
UNO HD comes in a wide range of solid colors that can
assure success in completes, panel replacements and
spot repairs. The ease of mix as well as application are
just the beginning. Expect excellent flow and leveling,
exceptional hiding and mirror like gloss. Superior
hardness and chemical resistance completes the
package.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
Technical Data
Viscosity 18-20 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.5-1.6 mm
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 8-10 psi at air cap
Number of Coats 2 to 3 coats
•Do use R-M 812 Fisheye Eliminator if necessary,
add 1/4 to 1/2 cap full per quart or gun cup.
•Do use UNO HD color mixture within 3 hours for
best results.
•Do measure amount of hardener and reducer DO NOT ESTIMATE.
•Do use DH42 Rapid Hardener in cool weather to
reduce dry times.
•Do use JET95 0.5 to 1% with DH46 or DH47 if
necessary.
•Do shake new tinting bases for 15 minutes on
a mechanical paint shaker before placing on a
mixing machine.
•Do agitate tinting bases on a mixing machine
at the start of the work day for 15 minutes and
every 4 hours throughout the day to ensure good
color matching.
•Do use DF21 Flex Agent when painting flexible
parts. See Flexible Parts section of manual.
Thickness 2.0-2.4 mils
Pot Life 2 to 3 hours
Coverage 375 sq ft/gal @ 2.0 mils
VOC as Applied 479 gms/ltr max. (4.0 lbs/gal)
Things NOT to DO:
•Do not attempt to recoat, sand or compound
until the final coat has dried a minimum of 24
hours.
•Do not use if the shop temperature is below
15°C/60°F.
•Do not use any hardeners other than DH42,
DH44, DH46 or DH47 or reducers other than
UR Series.
•Do not use Jet95 when using DH42.
•Do not use HD17 or HD18 in this presentation.
•Do not use UNO HD wet-on-wet over EP569,
EP669, EP769 or EP869.
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
AM960 Aero-Max Spot Blender
Application Procedures
Products
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AM960 Aero-Max Spot Blender
851 Prep and Wash
900 Pre-Kleano
901 Pre-Paint Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
Cleaning
Topcoating
Mixing Ratio
Application
See Topcoat Section - “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle for Topcoating” for vehicle prep.
See Clearcoat Section
Ready to Spray
Shake aerosol can for one minute after mixing ball rattles and spray to test.
Spray distance 6”- 8”.
2 to 3 light coats until blend is achieved
1 to 2 minutes flash between coats
Drying
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 11/1/10
20°C/68°F
Refer to clearcoat technical data sheet
Wet Sand - 3000 to 4000 grit
Light polish as needed
Do not let last coat of clear dry. For best results apply AM960 30 seconds after last coat
of clear is applied.
AM960 Aero-Max Spot Blender
Technical Data
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Characteristics
Things to DO:
AM960 Spot Blender is a 1K, spot blender that provides
a smooth blend edge of the clearcoat repair area.
•Do spray product in properly vented area.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do shake for one minute after mixing ball rattles
and spray a small area to test product before
starting the job.
•Do turn the container over and spray to clear the
nozzle when spraying is completed.
Things NOT to DO:
Technical Data
Number of Coats 2 to 3 light coats
VOC as Applied 729 gms/ltr (6.1 lbs/gal)
•Do not leave or store containers in direct
sunlight.
Normal recommended storage: 50°F-100°F.
•Do not incinerate container. Contents under
pressure.
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
AM2100 Aero-Max 2K Urethane Clear
Application Procedures
Products
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AM2100 Aero-Max 2K Urethane Clear
851 Prep and Wash
900 Pre-Kleano
901 Pre-Paint Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
Cleaning
Topcoating
Mixing Ratio
Application
See Topcoat Section - “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle for Topcoating” for vehicle prep.
See Topcoat Section
Activation: Take red button from cap and attach it to the pin on the aerosol bottom. Put
aerosol with cap upside down on a stable ground. Press red button with ball of your hand
until stop is reached. Shake aerosol vigorously before and after activating for 2 minutes
minimum. Contents after activation is good for only 1 day.
Shake aerosol can for one minute after mixing ball rattles and spray to test.
Spray distance 6”- 8”.
2 to 3 coats
5 minutes flash between coats
Drying
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 11/1/10
20°C/68°F
60 to 90 mins
50°C/120°F
10 to 15 minutes
Wet Sand - 1200 grit or finer
Turn container over and spray to clear nozzle when spraying is complete.
AM2100 Aero-Max 2K Urethane Clear
Technical Data
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Characteristics
Things to DO:
AM2100 is a 2K urethane clear in a convenient aerosol
container that can be used over R-M Basecoats.
•Do spray product in properly vented area.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do shake for one minute after mixing ball rattles
and spray a small area to test product before
starting the job.
•Do turn the container over and spray to clear the
nozzle when spraying is completed.
Things NOT to DO:
Technical Data
•Do not leave or store containers in direct
sunlight.
Number of Coats 2 to 3 coats
Normal recommended storage: 50°F-100°F.
Thickness 1.5-2.0 mils
•Do not incinerate container. Contents under
pressure.
Coverage 76.6 sq ft/gal @ 1 mil
VOC as Applied 659 gms/ltr (5.5 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
DC01NB Energy Saving Speed Clear
Application Procedures
Products
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DC01NB Energy Saving Speed Clear
851 Prep and Wash
900 Pre-Kleano
901 Pre-Paint Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
DH16 Normal Hardener
DH18 Slow Hardener
UR Series Reducers
Cleaning
Topcoating
Mixing Ratio
See Topcoat Section - “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle for Topcoating” for vehicle prep.
See Topcoat Section - Diamont or ONYX HD Basecoat
3:1:15%
3 parts DC01NB
1 part DH16 or DH18
15% UR Reducer
DH18 hardener can be used under high temperature conditions in combination with high
temperature reducers.
Lower amounts of reducer can be used depending on the technician's choice. 15% of
UR Reducer is the maximum amount recommended.
Application
2 medium wet coats
3 to 5 minutes flash between coats
Drying
20°C/68°F
Dust Free
Dry Time to Handle
4 to 7 minutes
15 to 30 minutes
Buff and Polish Time 15 to 30 minutes
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 8/14/12
Wet Sand - 1200 grit or finer
May be baked for 15 minutes at 50°C/120°F if desired.
DC01NB Energy Saving Speed Clear
Technical Data
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Characteristics
Things to DO:
DC01NB Energy Saving Speed Clear is a Super
Fast, no-bake, two component acrylic urethane clear.
DC01NB flash time between coats is 3-5 minutes and
it can be buffed after 15-30 minutes under air-dry
conditions. DC01NB Clear produces a high gloss,
durable automotive finish that is recommended for
spot repair and up to 3 panel repairs for topcoating
Diamont and ONYX HD basecoat colors.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do use 809 Fisheye Eliminator in DC01NB if
necessary.
•Do measure amount of hardener and reducer - DO
NOT ESTIMATE.
•Do use the DC01NB mixture within one hour for
best results.
Things NOT to DO:
Technical Data
Viscosity 13-15 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.4-1.5 mm
•Do not attempt to recoat DC01NB until the final
coat has dried for a minimum of 24 hours.
•Do not use DC01NB if the shop temperature is
below 15°C/60°F.
•Do not bake above 50°C/120°F if baking.
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.4-1.5 mm
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 9 psi at air cap
Number of Coats 2 medium wet coats
Thickness 1.7-2.0 mils
Pot Life 1 hour @ 20°C/68°F
Coverage 269 sq ft/gal @ 2.0 mils
VOC as Applied 503 gms/ltr (4.2 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
DC21NB Low VOC Energy Saving Speed Clear
Application Procedures
Products
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DC21NB Low VOC Energy Saving Speed Clear
851 Prep and Wash
901 Pre-Paint Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
DH100 Low VOC Hardener
DH105 Low VOC Hardener - High Temp
RMR09 Onyx HD Low VOC Slow Reducer
VR Series Reducers
Cleaning
Topcoating
Mixing Ratio
See Topcoat Section - “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle for Topcoating” for vehicle prep.
See Topcoat Section - ONYX HD Basecoat
4:1:1
4 parts DC21NB
1 part DH100
1 part VR Reducer or RMR09
DH105 hardener can be used under high temperature conditions in combination with high
temperature reducers.
Application
2 medium wet coats
3 to 4 minutes flash between coats
Drying
22°C/72°F
Dust Free
Dry Time to Handle
5 to 15 minutes
15 to 30 minutes
Buff and Polish Time 15 to 30 minutes
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 2/10/16
Wet Sand - 1200 grit or finer
May be baked for 15 minutes at 50°C/120°F if desired.
Do not use DH99.
DC21NB Low VOC Energy Saving Speed Clear
Technical Data
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Characteristics
Things to DO:
DC21NB Low VOC Energy Saving Speed Clear is a
Super Fast, no-bake, two component acrylic urethane
clear. DC21NB flash time between coats is 3-4 minutes
and it can be buffed after 15-30 minutes under air-dry
conditions. DC21NB Low VOC Clear produces a high
gloss, durable automotive finish that is recommended
for spot repair and up to 3 panel repairs for topcoating
ONYX HD basecoat colors.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do use 809 Fisheye Eliminator in DC21NB if
necessary.
•Do measure amount of hardener and reducer - DO
NOT ESTIMATE.
•Do use the DC21NB mixture within 45 minutes 1 hour for best results.
Things NOT to DO:
Technical Data
Viscosity 13-15 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.4-1.5 mm
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.4-1.5 mm
•Do not attempt to recoat DC21NB until the final
coat has dried for a minimum of 24 hours.
•Do not use DC21NB if the shop temperature is
below 15°C/60°F.
•Do not bake above 50°C/120°F if baking.
• Do not use DH99.
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 9 psi at air cap
Number of Coats 2 medium wet coats
Thickness 1.7-2.0 mils
Pot Life 45 minutes - 1 hour @
20°C/68°F
Coverage 262 sq ft/gal @ 2.0 mils
VOC as Applied 240 gms/ltr (2.0 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
DC92 High Solids Clear
Application Procedures
Products
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DC92 High Solids Clear
851 Prep and Wash
900 Pre-Kleano
901 Pre-Paint Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
DF21 Flex Agent
DH42 Rapid Hardener
DH44 Medium Hardener
DH46 Normal Hardener
DH47 Slow Hardener
UR Series Reducers
Cleaning
Topcoating
Mixing Ratio
See Topcoat Section - “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle for Topcoating” for vehicle prep.
See Topcoat Section - Diamont or ONYX HD Basecoat
3:1:20%
3 parts DC92
1 part DH42, DH44, DH46 or DH47
20% UR Reducer
Application
2 to 3 medium wet coats
5 to 10 minutes flash between coats
If it is not practical to clearcoat the entire panel and blending of the clear is necessary
(e.g., roof pillar), remelt the clearcoat edge with UBR200 Blending Solvent (1 part clear/
hardener/reducer + 5 parts UBR200) using reduced air pressure to the spray gun. The
blending of clear into a panel is not covered under the R-M warranty.
Drying
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 3/12/13
20°C/68°F
4 to 5 hours
60°C/140°F
30 to 45 minutes
Recoat
24 hours
Compound
24 hours
Wet Sand - 1200 grit or finer
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DC92 High Solids Clear
Technical Data
Characteristics
Things to DO:
DC92 High Solids Clear is a two component, high
build, acrylic urethane clear for topcoating Diamont or
ONYX HD Basecoat Colors. DC92 produces a very
glossy, durable and chemically resistant automotive
finish.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do use 809 Fisheye Eliminator in DC92 if
necessary.
•Do bake immediately for best results.
•Do measure amount of hardener and reducer - DO
NOT ESTIMATE.
•Do use the DC92 mixture within one hour for
best results.
Technical Data
Viscosity 18-20 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 9-10 psi at air cap
•Do use up to 10% UR70 Reducer in extremely
hot, humid weather to slow the drying time of
DC92.
•Do use DH42 in cool weather to decrease dry
times.
•Do add up to a maximum of 1 oz. per quart
of HR5 JET 5 to the DC92/DH46 mixture to
improve cure times in cool weather.
•Do use DF21 Flex Agent when painting flexible
parts. See Flexible Parts section of manual.
Number of Coats 2 to 3 medium wet coats
Thickness 2.0-2.5 mils
Pot Life 3 hours @ 20°C/68°F
Coverage 323 sq ft/gal @ 2.0 mils
VOC as Applied 503 gms/ltr (4.2 lbs/gal)
Things NOT to DO:
•Do not attempt to recoat, sand or compound
DC92 until the final coat has dried for a minimum
of 24 hours.
•Do not use DC92 if the shop temperature is
below 15°C/60°F.
•Do not use HR5 Jet 5 if DH42 Hardener is used.
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
DC100 Jammin’ Clear
Application Procedures
Products
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DC100 Jammin’ Clear
851 Prep and Wash
900 Pre-Kleano
901 Pre-Paint Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
Cleaning
Topcoating
Mixing Ratio
Application
See Topcoat Section - “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle for Topcoating” for vehicle prep.
See Topcoat Section
Ready for use
3 to 4 medium wet coats
5 to 10 minutes flash between coats
Drying
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 11/1/10
20°C/68°F
30 to 60 minutes
60°C/140°F
35 minutes
70°C/160°F
30 minutes
N/A
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DC100 Jammin’ Clear
Technical Data
Characteristics
Things to DO:
DC100 Jammin’ Clear is a 1K, fast drying ready-tospray clearcoat for use in door jambs, under hood
and cut-ins. DC100 is designed to be used over R-M
basecoats. DC100 is a specialty coating as defined
under the U.S. VOC standard for automobile refinish
coatings, 63 FR 48806.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do use 809 Fisheye Eliminator in DC100 if
necessary.
•Do allow DC100 to flash 20 minutes before force
drying at 160°F for 30 minutes.
•Do allow Basecoat Colors to flash 15 minutes,
but no longer than 12 hours before applying
DC100.
Technical Data
Viscosity 13-14 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.1-1.3 mm
Things NOT to DO:
•Do not use DC100 for complete repairs.
•Do not use HR5 Jet5 to accelerate the cure.
•Do not attempt to recoat , sand or compound
DC100 until the final coat has dried a minimum
of 16 hours.
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 9-10 psi at air cap
Number of Coats 3 to 4 medium wet coats
Thickness 1.5-2.0 mils
Pot Life Indefinite
Coverage 130 sq ft/gal @ 1.5 mil
VOC as Applied 745 gms/liter (6.22 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
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DC5100 CTR Clear
Application Procedures
Products
DC5100 CTR Clear
851 Prep and Wash
900 Pre-Kleano
901 Pre-Paint Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
DF21 Flex Agent
DH14 Fast Hardener
DH16 Normal Hardener
DH18 Slow Hardener
Cleaning
Topcoating
Mixing Ratio
See Topcoat Section - “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle for Topcoating” for vehicle prep.
See Topcoat Section - Diamont or ONYX HD Basecoat
3:1
3 parts DC5100
1 part DH14, DH16 or DH18
Application
2 medium wet coats
5 minutes flash between coats
If it is not practical to clearcoat the entire panel and blending of the clear is necessary
(e.g., roof pillar), remelt the clearcoat edge with UBR200 Blending Solvent (1 part clear/
hardener/reducer + 5 parts UBR200) using reduced air pressure to the spray gun. The
blending of clear into a panel is not covered under the R-M warranty.
Drying
Dust Free
Dry Time
20°C/68°F
10 to 12 minutes
90 minutes
50°C/120°F
N/A
10 to 15 minutes (see note)
Infra red short wave
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 11/1/10
5 to 7 minutes
Wet Sand - 1200 grit or finer
Dry time to handle at 20°C/68°F - 30 minutes
Cure schedule is based on metal temperature and does not take into
consideration any purge or ramp-up time. After cool down the job is
ready to buff
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DC5100 CTR Clear
Technical Data
Characteristics
Things to DO:
DC5100 CTR Clear is a two component, high build,
acrylic urethane clear for topcoating Diamont or
ONYX HD Basecoat colors. Applied at 4.2 VOC, DC5100
meets 5.0 VOC requirements while producing a very
glossy, durable and chemically resistant automotive
finish. DC5100 has excellent flow and leveling, good
sag resistance, is user friendly and has fast drying
properties. Activate DC5100 with DH14 for small panel
application, DH16 for large panel application or DH18
for larger panel and warm weather application. No
reduction is necessary.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
Technical Data
Viscosity 14-16 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 9-10 psi at air cap
Number of Coats 2 medium wet coats
Thickness 2.0-2.5 mils
•Do use over Diamont or ONYX HD Basecoat
Colors only.
•Do bake immediately for best results.
•Do measure amount of hardener - DO NOT
ESTIMATE.
•Do use the DC5100 mixture within 1.5 hours for
best results.
•Do allow DC5100 to dry 2 hours before recoating
or attempting to remove dirt by lightly sanding
and compounding.
•Do use a very small amount of 809 Fisheye
Eliminator (maximum of 1/2 oz. per quart) if
fisheyes are encountered.
•Do use DH14 in cool weather to decrease dry
time.
•Do add up to a maximum of 1% HR5, Jet5 or
Jet95 to DC5100 to improve cure times in cool
weather (1% for RFU, equates to 40 grams Jet95
per gallon of unhardened DC5100 Clear.)
•Do use DF21 Flex Agent when painting flexible
parts. See Flexible Parts section of manual.
Pot Life 1 to 1.5 hours @ 20°C/68°F
Coverage 283 sq ft/gal @ 2.0 mils
VOC as Applied 503 gms/ltr (4.2 lbs/gal)
Things NOT to DO:
•Do not reduce.
•Do not use DC5100 if the shop temperature is
below 15°C/60°F.
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
DC5100 CTR Clear/Diamont Basecoat
Application Procedures for Cut-Ins
Products
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Diamont Basecoat
DC5100 CTR Clear
851 Prep and Wash
900 Pre-Kleano
901 Pre-Paint Cleaner
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
DH14 Fast Hardener
Cleaning
Mixing Ratio
See Special Procedures section - “Cleaning & Preparing New Parts for Topcoating”.
Step 1 - 1:1
1 part DC5100
1 part Diamont Basecoat unreduced
Step 2 - 3:1
3 parts DC5100/Diamont Basecoat mixture
1 part DH14
Application
2 medium wet coats
5 minutes flash between coats
Drying
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 11/1/10
20°C/68°F
1 hour
50°C/120°F
15 minutes
N/A
Use Diamont Basecoat unreduced.
DC5100 CTR Clear/Diamont Basecoat
Technical Data
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Characteristics
Things to DO:
By using DC5100 and unreduced Diamont Basecoat
intermixed, a durable finish can be obtained for cutins such as door jams.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do measure the amount of hardener - DO NOT
ESTIMATE.
•Do use the DC5100/Diamont mixture within 2
hours for best results.
•For cutting-in parts only.
•Do use DH14 only.
Things NOT to DO:
Technical Data
Viscosity 21-23 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
•Do not reduce.
•Do not use DC5100/Diamont mixture if the shop
temperature is below 15°C/60°F.
•Do not use DH16 or DH18.
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 9-10 psi at air cap
Number of Coats 2 medium wet coats
Thickness 1.0-2.0 mils
Pot Life 2 hours @ 20°C/68°F
VOC as Applied 575 gms/ltr (4.8 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
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DC5300 CTR Baking Clear
Application Procedures
Products
DC5300 CTR Baking Clear
851 Prep and Wash
900 Pre-Kleano
901 Pre-Paint Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
DF21 Flex Agent
Cleaning
Topcoating
Mixing Ratio
DH42 Rapid Hardener
DH44 Medium Hardener
DH46 Normal Hardener
DH47 Slow Hardener
UR Series Reducers
See Topcoat Section - “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle for Topcoating” for vehicle prep.
See Topcoat Section - Diamont or ONYX HD Basecoat
3:1:1
3 parts DC5300
1 part DH42, DH44, DH46 or DH47
1 part UR Reducer
Application
2 medium wet coats
5 to 15 minutes flash between coats
If it is not practical to clearcoat the entire panel and blending of the clear is necessary
(e.g., roof pillar), remelt the clearcoat edge with UBR200 Blending Solvent (1 part clear/
hardener/reducer + 5 parts UBR200) using reduced air pressure to the spray gun. The
blending of clear into a panel is not covered under the R-M warranty.
Drying
DH42
DH46
DH47
20°C/68°F
1 hr
3 hrs
N/A
38°C/100°F
20 to 25 minutes
35 to 40 minutes
N/A
50°C/120°F
15 to 20 minutes
25 to 30 minutes
N/A
60°C/140°F
N/A
20 minutes
30 to 35 minutes*
71°C/160°F
N/A
N/A
15 minutes
82°C/180°F
N/A
N/A
10 mins
Infra Red short wave 10 to 12 minutes
Vehicle can be immediately recoated, sanded and compounded when cooled.
Temperatures referenced above are booth temperatures, except where noted otherwise.
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 3/12/13
Wet Sand - 1200 grit or finer
Dry Sand - P1200 grit or finer
* 10 minutes if metal temp = 140°F
DC5300 CTR Baking Clear
Technical Data
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Characteristics
Things to DO:
DC5300 CTR Baking Clear is a very high solids,
two component, high build, acrylic urethane baking
clearcoat used to topcoat Diamont or ONYX HD
Basecoat colors. Applied at 4.1 VOC, DC5300 meets
5.0 VOC requirements while producing a very glossy,
durable and chemically resistant automotive finish.
DC5300 is recommended for baking conditions ranging
in temperature from 100°F to 180°F. DC5300 must be
activated with DH42 for spot and small panel repairs,
DH46 for large panel applications and completes at
temperatures less than 85°F or DH47 for large panel
and complete applications at temperatures greater
than 85°F.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
Technical Data
Viscosity 15-17 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 9-10 psi at air cap
Number of Coats 2 medium wet coats
•Do use 809 Fisheye Eliminator in DC5300 if
necessary.
•Do bake immediately for best results.
•Do measure amount of hardener - DO NOT
ESTIMATE.
•Do use the DC5300 mixture within one hour for
best results.
•Do use DH47 for hot weather conditions.
•Do use DH42 in cool weather to decrease
dry time.
•Do add up to a maximum of 1 ounce of
Jet95 to improve cure time at 140°F. (1 ounce
equates to 25 grams Jet95 per gallon of
unhardened DC5300 Clear.)
•Do add up to a maximum of 3 ounces of
Jet95 to improve cure time at 120°F. (3 ounces
equates to 75 grams Jet95 per gallon of
unhardened DC5300 Clear.)
•Do use DF21 Flex Agent when painting flexible
parts. See Flexible Parts section of manual.
Thickness 2.0-2.5 mils
Pot Life (Sprayable) 30-45 mins w/ DH42 @ 24°C/75°F
2-2.5 hours w/ DH46 @ 24°C/75°F
Coverage 362 sq ft/gal @ 2.0 mils
VOC as Applied 491 gms/ltr (4.1 lbs/gal)
Things NOT to DO:
•Do not use DC5300 if the shop temperature is
below 15°C/60°F.
•Do not use HR5 Jet5 or Jet95 if DH42 Hardener
is used.
•Do not use Jet95 with baking temperatures
higher than 140°F.
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
DC5335 Glamour Clear
Application Procedures
Products
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DC5335 Glamour Clear
851 Prep and Wash
900 Pre-Kleano
901 Pre-Paint Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
DF21 Flex Agent
DH42 Rapid Hardener
DH44 Medium Hardener
DH46 Normal Hardener
DH47 Slow Hardener
UR Series Reducers
VR Series Reducers
Cleaning
Topcoating
Mixing Ratio
See Topcoat Section - “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle for Topcoating” for vehicle prep.
See Topcoat Section - Diamont or ONYX HD Basecoat
4:1:1
4 parts DC5335
1 part DH42, DH44, DH46 or DH47
1 part UR or VR Reducer
Application
2 medium wet coats over Diamont or ONYX HD basecoats
5 to 15 minutes flash between coats
Drying
20°C/68°F
3 hours
50°C/120°F
45 minutes
60°C/140°F
30 minutes
Infra Red short wave
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 3/12/13
10 to 12 minutes
Wet Sand - 1500 grit or finer
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DC5335 Glamour Clear
Technical Data
Characteristics
Things to DO:
DC5335 Glamour Clear is a high solids, two component,
high build, acrylic urethane baking clearcoat used to
topcoat Diamont or ONYX HD Basecoat colors. Applied
at 4.2 VOC, DC5335 meets 5.0 VOC requirements
while producing a very glossy, durable and chemically
resistant automotive finish. DC5335 is recommended
for baking conditions ranging in temperature from
120°F to 140°F.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do use 809 Fisheye Eliminator in DC5335 if
necessary.
•Do bake immediately for best results.
•Do measure amount of hardener and reducer DO NOT ESTIMATE.
•Do use the DC5335 mixture within 2 hours for
best results.
•Do use DH47 for hot weather conditions.
•Do use DH42 in cool weather.
Technical Data
Viscosity 14-16 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 9-10 psi at air cap
Number of Coats 2 medium wet coats
•Do add up to a maximum of 1 ounce of
Jet95 to improve cure time at 140°F. (1 ounce
equates to 25 grams Jet95 per gallon of
unhardened DC5335 Clear.)
•Do add up to a maximum of 3 ounces of
Jet95 to improve cure time at 120°F. (3 ounces
equates to 75 grams Jet95 per gallon of
unhardened DC5335 Clear.)
•Do use DF21 Flex Agent when painting flexible
parts. See Flexible Parts section of manual.
Thickness 2.0-2.5 mils
Pot Life 1.5 to 2 hours @ 20°C/68°F
Coverage 325 sq ft/gal @ 2.0 mils
VOC as Applied UR Series Reducers
503 gms/ltr (4.2 lbs/gal)
VR Series Reducers
407 gms/ltr (3.4 lbs/gal)
Things NOT to DO:
•Do not use DC5335 if the shop temperature is
below 15°C/60°F.
•Do not use HR5 Jet5 or Jet95 if DH42 Hardener
is used.
•Do not use Jet95 with baking temperatures
higher than 140°F.
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
DC5600 CTR Production Clear
Application Procedures
Products
DC5600 CTR Production Clear
851 Prep and Wash
900 Pre-Kleano
901 Pre-Paint Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
DF21 Flex Agent
Cleaning
Topcoating
Mixing Ratio
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DH42 Rapid Hardener
DH44 Medium Hardener
DH46 Normal Hardener
DH47 Slow Hardener
UR Series Reducers
See Topcoat Section - “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle for Topcoating” for vehicle prep.
See Topcoat Section - Diamont or ONYX HD Basecoat
4:1:1
4 parts DC5600
1 part DH42, DH44, DH46 or DH47
1 part UR Reducer
Application
2 medium wet coats
2 to 5 minutes flash between coats
If it is not practical to clearcoat the entire panel and blending of the clear is necessary
(e.g., roof pillar), remelt the clearcoat edge with UBR200 Blending Solvent (1 part clear/
hardener/reducer + 5 parts UBR200) using reduced air pressure to the spray gun. The
blending of clear into a panel is not covered under the R-M warranty.
Drying
Dust Free
Dry Time to Handle
20°C/68°F
10 minutes
1.5 to 2 hours
50°C/120°F
N/A
15 to 20 minutes with DH42
60°C/140°F
N/A
10 to 15 minutes with DH46, DH47
Infra Red short wave 6 to 8 minutes
After baking vehicle can be immediately recoated, sanded and compounded when cooled.
Temperatures referenced above are booth temperatures.
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 3/12/13
Wet Sand - 1500 grit or finer
Dry Sand - P1500 grit or finer
24" masking is all that is required, however, when using DH42 with DC5600, 18" masking
paper can be used without the overspray adhering to the adjacent finish.
DC5600 CTR Production Clear
Technical Data
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Characteristics
Things to DO:
DC5600 CTR Production Clear is a fast drying, twocomponent acrylic urethane clear for topcoating
Diamont or ONYX HD Basecoat colors. DC5600 Clear
produces a very glossy, durable and chemically resistant
automotive finish. DC5600 Clear is recommended for
spot repair and up to 2 panel repairs.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do use 809 Fisheye Eliminator in DC5600 if
necessary.
•Do bake immediately for best results.
•Do measure amount of hardener and reducer DO NOT ESTIMATE.
•Do use the DC5600 mixture within 2.5 hours for
best results.
•Do use DH42 in cool weather to decrease
dry time.
Technical Data
Viscosity 14-16 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
•Do allow DC5600 to dry 2 hours when drying
at ambient temperature before recoating or
attempting to remove dirt by lightly sanding and
compounding.
•Do use DF21 Flex Agent when painting flexible
parts. See Flexible Parts section of manual.
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 9-10 psi at air cap
Number of Coats 2 medium wet coats
Thickness 2.0-2.5 mils
Things NOT to DO:
•Do not use DC5600 if the shop temperature is
below 15°C/60°F.
•Do not use HR5 Jet5 or Jet95 in DC5600 Clear.
Pot Life (Sprayable) 2 hours w/ DH42 @ 20°C/68°F
2.5 hours w/ DH46 @ 20°C/68°F
Coverage 282 sq ft/gal @ 2.0 mils
VOC as Applied 492 gms/ltr (4.1 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
DC5600 CTR Production Clear/Diamont Basecoat
Application Procedures for Cut-Ins
Products
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Diamont Basecoat
DC5600 CTR Production Clear
851 Prep and Wash
900 Pre-Kleano
901 Pre-Paint Cleaner
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
DH42 Fast Hardener
Cleaning
Mixing Ratio
See Special Procedures section - “Cleaning & Preparing New Parts for Topcoating”.
Step 1 - 1:1
1 part DC5600
1 part Diamont Basecoat unreduced
Step 2 - 6:1
6 parts DC5600/Diamont Basecoat mixture
1 part DH42
Application
2 medium wet coats
5 minutes flash between coats
Drying
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 11/1/10
20°C/68°F
1 hour
50°C/120°F
15 minutes
N/A
Use Diamont Basecoat unreduced.
DC5600 CTR Production Clear/Diamont Basecoat
Technical Data
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Characteristics
Things to DO:
By using DC5600 and unreduced Diamont Basecoat
intermixed, a durable finish can be obtained for cutins such as door jams.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do measure the amount of hardener - DO NOT
ESTIMATE.
•Do use the DC5600/Diamont mixture within 2
hours for best results.
•For cutting-in parts only.
•Do use DH42 only.
Things NOT to DO:
Technical Data
Viscosity 30-40 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
•Do not reduce.
•Do not use DC5600/Diamont mixture if the shop
temperature is below 15°C/60°F.
•Do not use DH46 or DH47.
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 9-10 psi at air cap
Number of Coats 2 medium wet coats
Thickness 1.0-2.0 mils
Pot Life 2 hours @ 20°C/68°F
VOC as Applied 575 gms/ltr (4.8 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
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DC5775 Ultra Flat Clear
Application Procedures - National Rule
Pre-flexed for use over flexible parts
Products
DC5775 Ultra Flat Clear
851 Prep and Wash
900 Pre-Kleano
901 Pre-Paint Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
Cleaning
Topcoating
Mixing Ratio
DC5335 Glamour Clear
DH42 Rapid Hardener
DH44 Medium Hardener
DH46 Normal Hardener
VR Series Reducers
See Topcoat Section - “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle for Topcoating” for vehicle prep.
See Topcoat Section - Diamont or ONYX HD Basecoat
National Rule
4:1:1
4 parts DC5775
1 part DH42, DH44 or DH46*
1 part VR Reducer
Application
Drying
National Rule Steps
1) Over reduce clear by mixing DC5335 4:1:2 with proper DH hardener (DH42, DH44 or DH46) and
VR reducer.
2) After basecoat has been applied and flashed off completely, apply 2 medium wet coats of
DC5335 clearcoat allowing 5 - 10 minutes flash time between coats.
• If possible, use formula found at SmartTrak, SmartColor or www.basfrefinish.com.
3) Very Important! Use calibrated scale to mix exact amounts by weight at a ratio of 4:1:1 of
DC5775 with proper DH hardener (DH42, DH44 or DH46) and VR reducer.
4) After 2nd coat of DC5335 is flashed, apply first coat of DC5775 medium wet making sure to apply
evenly.
Very Important! Allow first coat of DC5775 to flash approximately 15 minutes. (This will be
affected by air temperature and air movement). If you apply the second coat before the first coat
has become uniformly dull, the second coat will trap too much solvent making it dry mottled and
inconsistent in the “puddle areas” or wetter areas.
5) Apply 2nd coat of DC5775 medium wet evenly over area.
20°C/68°F
60°C/140°F
2 to 4 hours
30 to 45 minutes
* The slower the drying (DH46) the higher the gloss will be.
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 3/12/13
See "Things NOT to DO" on next page.
Must follow application steps closely and observe proper flash times for proper matte appearance.
Does not require flex agent on flexible parts.
20° gloss < 10
It’s a good idea to make notes of hardeners, reducers, flash times, tip size and booth temp. The
more you adhere to the original “set-up” the more consistency in matching sheen you will
have down the road when you find yourself in a touch up or redo situation.
Always weigh your Clear, Hardener and Reducer to exact measure to ensure
consistency and rematch for future problems.
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DC5775 Ultra Flat Clear
Technical Data - National Rule
Characteristics
Things to DO:
DC5775 Ultra Flat Clear is a two-component acrylic
urethane clear for topcoating Diamont and ONYX HD
Basecoat colors. DC5775 Clear produces an ultra flat,
durable, and chemically resistant automotive finish.
For proper gloss appearance, follow the application
steps carefully.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do bake immediately for best results.
•Do measure amount of hardener and reducer DO NOT ESTIMATE.
•Do observe flash times for proper matte
appearance.
•Do apply medium wet coats. Heavy wet coats
will increase the gloss level.
•Do agitate product before use.
Technical Data
Viscosity 16-18 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.3 mm
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.3 mm
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 9-10 psi cap (see MFG gun
recommendations)
Things NOT to DO:
•Do not use DC5775 if the shop temperature is
below 15°C/60°F.
• Do not use Jet95 or Jet5 in DC5775 Clear.
• Do not attempt to buff/polish DC5775, gloss
level will increase.
• Do not flex DC5775.
Number of Coats 2 medium wet coats per step
(see application steps)
Thickness 2.5-3.0 mils
Pot Life 2 hours@ 20°C/68°F
Coverage 542 sq ft/gal @ 2.0 mils
VOC as Applied 419 gms/ltr (3.5 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
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DC5775 Ultra Flat Clear
Application Procedures - Low VOC
Pre-flexed for use over flexible parts
Products
DC5775 Ultra Flat Clear
851 Prep and Wash
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
DC5800 2.0 CTR Clear
Cleaning
Topcoating
Mixing Ratio
DH99 Low VOC Fast Hardener
DH100 Low VOC Hardener
VR Series Reducers
See Topcoat Section - “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle for Topcoating” for vehicle prep.
See Topcoat Section - ONYX HD Basecoat
Low VOC 2.0
4:1:1
4 parts DC5775
1 part DH99 or DH100*
1 part VR Reducer
Application
Drying
Low VOC 2.0 Steps
1) Over reduce clear by mixing DC5800 4:1:2 with proper DH hardener (DH99 or DH100) and
VR reducer.
2) After basecoat has been applied and flashed off completely, apply 2 medium wet coats of
DC5800 clearcoat allowing proper flash time between coats.
• If possible, use formula found at SmartTrak, SmartColor or www.basfrefinish.com.
3) Very Important! Use calibrated scale to mix exact amounts by weight at a ratio of 4:1:1 of
DC5775 with proper DH hardener (DH99 or DH100) and VR reducer.
4) After 2nd coat of DC5800 is flashed, apply first coat of DC5775 medium wet making sure to apply
evenly.
Very Important! Allow first coat of DC5775 to flash approximately 15 minutes. (This will be
affected by air temperature and air movement). If you apply the second coat before the first coat
has become uniformly dull, the second coat will trap too much solvent making it dry mottled and
inconsistent in the “puddle areas” or wetter areas.
5) Apply 2nd coat of DC5775 medium wet evenly over area.
20°C/68°F
60°C/140°F
2 to 4 hours
30 to 45 minutes
* The slower the drying (DH100) the higher the gloss will be.
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 3/12/13
See "Things NOT to DO" on next page.
Must follow application steps closely and observe proper flash times for proper matte appearance.
Does not require flex agent on flexible parts.
20° gloss < 10
It’s a good idea to make notes of hardeners, reducers, flash times, tip size and booth temp. The
more you adhere to the original “set-up” the more consistency in matching sheen you will have
down the road when you find yourself in a touch up or redo situation.
Always weigh your Clear, Hardener and Reducer to exact measure to ensure
consistency and rematch for future problems.
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DC5775 Ultra Flat Clear
Technical Data - Low VOC
Characteristics
Things to DO:
DC5775 Ultra Flat Clear is a two-component acrylic
urethane clear for topcoating ONYX HD Basecoat
colors. DC5775 Clear produces an ultra flat, durable,
and chemically resistant automotive finish. For proper
gloss appearance, follow the application steps carefully.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do bake immediately for best results.
•Do measure amount of hardener and reducer DO NOT ESTIMATE.
•Do observe flash times for proper matte
appearance.
•Do apply medium wet coats. Heavy wet coats
will increase the gloss level.
•Do agitate product before use.
Technical Data
Viscosity 16-18 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.3 mm
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.3 mm
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 9-10 psi cap (see MFG gun
recommendations)
Things NOT to DO:
•Do not use DC5775 if the shop temperature is
below 15°C/60°F.
• Do not use Jet95 or Jet5 in DC5775 Clear.
• Do not attempt to buff/polish DC5775, gloss
level will increase.
• Do not flex DC5775.
Number of Coats 2 medium wet coats per step
(see application steps)
Thickness 2.5-3.0 mils
Pot Life 3 hours @ 20°C/68°F
Coverage 542 sq ft/gal @ 2.0 mils
VOC as Applied 240 gms/ltr (2.0 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
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DC5800 2.0 CTR Clear
Application Procedures
Products
DC5800 2.0 CTR Clear
851 Prep and Wash
900 Pre-Kleano
901 Pre-Paint Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
DF21 Flex Agent
DH99 Low VOC Fast Hardener
DH100 Low VOC Hardener
RMR09 Onyx HD Low VOC Slow Reducer
VR Series Reducers
Cleaning
Topcoating
See Topcoat Section - “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle for Topcoating” for vehicle prep.
See Topcoat Section - ONYX HD Basecoat
Do use 5% BCH10 in ONYX HD Basecoat Colors.
Mixing Ratio
4:1:1
4 parts DC5800
1 part DH99 or DH100
1 part VR Reducer or RMR09
Application
2 to 3 wet coats
3 to 5 minutes flash between coats
If it is not practical to clearcoat the entire panel and blending of the clear is necessary
(e.g., roof pillar), remelt the clearcoat edge with UBR200 Blending Solvent (3 part clear/
hardener/reducer + 1 part UBR200 + 1 part VR Reducer) using reduced air pressure to the
spray gun. The blending of clear into a panel is not covered under the R-M warranty.
Drying
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 2/10/16
Dust Free
Dry Time to Handle
20°C/68°F
15 minutes
1.5 to 2 hours
60°C/140°F
N/A
20 to 30 minutes
Wet Sand - 1500 grit or finer
Dry Sand - P1500 grit or finer
Polishing - After 2 hours (air dry)
After cool down (bake)
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DC5800 2.0 CTR Clear
Technical Data
Characteristics
Things to DO:
DC5800 2.0 CTR Clearcoat is a two component
acrylic urethane clear for topcoating ONYX HD
Basecoat Colors. Applied at 2.0 mils, DC5800 will
meet a combined basecoat/clearcoat VOC average of
3.5 lbs/gal when using ONYX HD Basecoat. DC5800
produces a very glossy, durable and chemically
resistant automotive finish. DC5800 is recommended
for spot and panel repair.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do use 809 Fisheye Eliminator in DC5800 if
necessary.
•Do measure amount of hardener and reducer DO NOT ESTIMATE.
•Do use the DC5800 mixture within 2 hours for
best results.
•Do use 5% BCH10 in ONYX HD Basecoat
Colors.
Technical Data
Viscosity 13-15 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.5 mm
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.5 mm
•Do use DF21 Flex Agent when painting flexible
parts. See Flexible Parts section of manual.
Things NOT to DO:
•Do not use DC5800 if the shop temperature is
below 15°C/60°F.
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 8-10 psi at air cap
Number of Coats 2 to 3 wet coats
Thickness 2.0-2.5 mils
Pot Life 1 to 2 hours @ 20°C/68°F
Coverage 282 sq ft/gal @ 2.0 mils
VOC as Applied 239.5 gms/ltr (2.0 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
DC5900 Low VOC Pre-Flexed Clear
Application Procedures
Products
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DC5900 Low VOC Pre-Flexed Clear
851 Prep and Wash
900 Pre-Kleano
901 Pre-Paint Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
DH99 Low VOC Fast Hardener
DH100 Low VOC Hardener
DH105 Low VOC Hardener - High Temp
RMR09 Onyx HD Low VOC Slow Reducer
VR Series Reducers
Cleaning
Topcoating
Mixing Ratio
Application
See Topcoat Section - “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle for Topcoating” for vehicle prep.
See Topcoat Section - Diamont or ONYX HD Basecoat
1 - 4 Panels
4:1:1
Overalls
4:1
4 parts DC5900
1 part DH99, DH100 or DH105
1 part VR Reducer or RMR09
4 parts DC5900
1 part DH99, DH100 or DH105
2 to 3 medium wet coats
5 to 10 minutes flash between coats
Drying
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 2/10/16
20°C/68°F
2 hours
60°C/140°F
30 minutes
Wet Sand - 1500 grit or finer
Dry Sand - P1500 grit or finer
Polishing - After 2 hours (air dry)
After cool down (bake)
DC5900 Low VOC Pre-Flexed Clear
Technical Data
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Characteristics
Things to DO:
DC5900 Low VOC Pre-Flexed Clear is a two component
acrylic urethane clear for topcoating Diamont or
ONYX HD Basecoat Colors. DC5900 produces a very
glossy, durable and chemically resistant automotive
finish. DC5900 may be used for spot and panel repairs
and overall applications.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA
respirator. Consult product label for details.
•Do use 809 Fisheye Eliminator in DC5900 if
necessary.
•Do measure amount of hardener and reducer
- DO NOT ESTIMATE.
•Do use the DC5900 mixture within 4 hours
for best results.
Things NOT to DO:
Technical Data
•Do not use DC5900 if the shop temperature
is below 15°C/60°F.
Viscosity 13-16 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.5 mm
•Do not add flex agent.
•Do not use Jet95.
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.5 mm
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 8-10 psi at air cap
Number of Coats 2 to 3 medium wet coats
Thickness 2.0-2.5 mils
Pot Life 3 to 4 hours @ 20°C/68°F
Coverage 4:1:1
534 sq ft/gal @ 1.0 mil
4:1
641 sq ft/gal @ 1.0 mil
VOC as Applied 239.5 gms/ltr (2.0 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
DC5995 Low VOC Glamour Clear
Application Procedures
Products
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DC5995 Low VOC Glamour Clear
851 Prep and Wash
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
DH99 Low VOC Fast Hardener
DH100 Low VOC Hardener
DH105 Low VOC Hardener - High Temp
VR Series Reducers
Cleaning
Topcoating
Mixing Ratio
See Topcoat Section - “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle for Topcoating” for vehicle prep.
See Topcoat Section - Diamont or ONYX HD Basecoat
4:1:Up to 10%
4 parts DC5995
1 part DH99, DH100 or DH105
Up to 10% VR Reducer
DH105 hardener can be used under high temperature conditions.
Application
2 medium wet coats
3 to 4 minutes flash between coats
Drying
22°C/72°F
Dust Free
Dry Time to Handle
30 minutes
2 hours
Buff and Polish Time 30 minutes after bake
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
Rev. 2/11/16
Wet Sand - 1500 grit or finer
May be baked for 30 minutes at 60°C/140°F if desired.
DC5995 Low VOC Glamour Clear
Technical Data
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Characteristics
Things to DO:
DC5995 Low VOC Glamour Clear is a two component,
high solids, acrylic urethane clear that can be applied
over Diamont or ONYX HD basecoat colors. DC5995
Low VOC Glamour Clear produces a high gloss,
durable and chemical resistant finish.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do use 809 Fisheye Eliminator in DC5995 if
necessary.
•Do measure amount of hardener and reducer - DO
NOT ESTIMATE.
•Do use the DC5995 mixture within 3 - 4 hours for
best results.
•Do use DF21 Flex Agent when painting flexible
parts. See Flexible Parts section of manual.
Technical Data
Viscosity 14-16 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.4-1.5 mm
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.4-1.5 mm
Things NOT to DO:
•Do not attempt to recoat DC5995 until the final
coat has dried for a minimum of 24 hours.
•Do not use DC5995 if the shop temperature is
below 15°C/60°F.
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 9 psi at air cap
Number of Coats 2 medium wet coats
Thickness 2.0-2.5 mils
Pot Life 3-4 hours @ 20°C/68°F
Coverage 305 sq ft/gal @ 2.0 mils
VOC as Applied 250 gms/ltr (2.1 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
RMC2000 LVOC High Solids Clearcoat
Application Procedures
Products
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RMC2000 LVOC High Solids Clearcoat
851 Prep and Wash
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
DF21 Flex Agent
DH99 Low VOC Fast Hardener
DH100 Low VOC Hardener
DH105 Low VOC Hardener - High Temp
RMR95 Low VOC Low Temp Reducer
RMR97 Low VOC High Humidity Reducer
VR Series Reducers
Cleaning
Topcoating
Mixing Ratio
See Topcoat Section - “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle for Topcoating” for vehicle prep.
See Topcoat Section - ONYX HD Basecoat
3:1:10% (up to 20%)
3 parts RMC2000
1 part DH99, DH100 or DH105
10% (up to 20%) RMR or VR Reducer
Application
2 medium wet coats
10 minutes flash between coats
Drying
20°C/68°F
2 to 3 hours
60°C/140°F
30 minutes
Infra Red short wave
Sanding/
Polishing
8 to 9 minutes
Polishing - When no accelerator is used, polishing is recommended the next day. Use
P1500 grit or finer.
To improve polishing times:
Step 1) RMC2000 mixed with DH99 and reduced with 10% RMR reducer.
Step 2) Weigh 2% Jet95 and add to the RFU mix.
Step 3) Bake the clear at 60°C/140°F for 30 minutes, then let the clear cool down to room
temperature. Around 1 hour after cool down, the clear is ready to polish. Same
procedure is used when DH100 is the hardener and 3% by weight Jet95 is added
to the RFU mix.
Notes
US Rev. 1/18/17
RMC2000 LVOC High Solids Clearcoat
Technical Data
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Characteristics
Things to DO:
RMC2000 LVOC High Solids Clearcoat is a twocomponent acrylic urethane high gloss glamour clear.
It can be used for repairs ranging from small panels to
completes and large vehicles such as RVs. RMC2000
is a 2.1 VOC Clearcoat designed to be used with
ONYX HD Basecoat. It can be air dried or baked for
higher productivity. RMC2000 produces a brilliant,
durable and chemically resistant automotive finish.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do use 809 Fisheye Eliminator in RMC2000 if
necessary.
•Do bake immediately for best results.
•Do measure amount of hardener and reducer DO NOT ESTIMATE.
•Do use the RMC2000 mixture within one hour for
best results.
Technical Data
Viscosity 15-16 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 8-10 psi at air cap
Number of Coats 2 medium wet coats
Thickness 2.0-2.5 mils
Pot Life 1 hour @ 20°C/68°F
Coverage 308-329 sq ft/gal (2.0 mils)
•Do use up to 10 - 20% by volume RMR97
Reducer in extremely hot, humid weather to get
the best appearance of RMC2000.
•Do add up to a maximum of of 2% Jet95 to
improve cure time. Please weigh the amount
RFU by weight. The mix ratio RFU would be
3:1:10% +2% jet 95 by weight using RMR95 or
RMR97.
•Do use DF21 Flex Agent when painting flexible
parts. See Flexible Parts section of manual.
Things NOT to DO:
•Do not attempt to recoat RMC2000 until the final
coat has dried for a minimum of 24 hours.
•Do not use RMC2000 if the shop temperature is
below 15°C/60°F.
VOC as Applied < 250 gms/ltr (< 2.1 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
RMC2400 Low VOC Brilliant Clear
Application Procedures
Products
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RMC2400 Low VOC Brilliant Clear
851 Prep and Wash
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
DH99 Low VOC Fast Hardener
DH100 Low VOC Hardener
DH105 Low VOC Hardener - High Temp
RMR95 Low VOC Low Temp Reducer
RMR97 Low VOC High Humidity Reducer
VR Series Reducers
Cleaning
Topcoating
Mixing Ratio
See Topcoat Section - “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle for Topcoating” for vehicle prep.
See Topcoat Section - Diamont or ONYX HD Basecoat
4:1:Up to 15%
4 parts RMC2400
1 part DH99, DH100 or DH105
Up to 15% RMR or VR Reducer
Up to 2% Jet 95 can be added to the RFU mix by weight when using VR reducer *.
RMR95 is recommended for use in normal to high temps and normal to low humidity.
RMR97 is recommended for use in normal to high temps and normal to high humidity.
Application
2 medium wet coats
3 to 4 minutes flash between coats
Drying
22°C/72°F
Dust Free
Dry Time to Handle
75 minutes
3 to 5 hours
Buff and Polish Time 60 minutes after bake
Cure Time
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
Rev. 4/28/17
Bake 30 minutes at 60°C/140°F
Wet/Dry Sand - 1500 grit or finer
* When reducing 10% with RMR reducers, 2% Jet 95 can be added to the RFU mix by
weight
* When reducing 15% with RMR reducers,1% jet 95 can be added to the RFU mix by
weight
RMC2400 Low VOC Brilliant Clear
Technical Data
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Characteristics
Things to DO:
RMC2400 Low VOC Brilliant Clear is a two component,
high solids, acrylic urethane clear that can be applied
over Diamont or ONYX HD basecoat colors. RMC2400
Low VOC Brilliant Clear produces a high gloss, durable
and chemical resistant finish.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do use 809 Fisheye Eliminator in RMC2400 if
necessary.
•Do measure amount of hardener and reducer - DO
NOT ESTIMATE.
•Do use the RMC2400 mixture within 2-5 hours
for best results.
•Do use DF21 Flex Agent when painting flexible
parts. See Flexible Parts section of manual.
Technical Data
Viscosity 13-15 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.4-1.5 mm
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.4-1.5 mm
Things NOT to DO:
•Do not attempt to recoat RMC2400 until the final
coat has dried for a minimum of 24 hours.
•Do not use RMC2400 if the shop temperature is
below 15°C/60°F.
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 9 psi at air cap
Number of Coats 2 medium wet coats
Thickness 2.0-2.5 mils
Pot Life 2-5 hours depending on
hardener and temperature
Coverage 314 sq ft/gal @ 2.0 mils
VOC as Applied 250 gms/ltr (2.1 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
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RMC5000 General Purpose Clear
Application Procedures
Products
RMC5000 General Purpose Clear
851 Prep and Wash
900 Pre-Kleano
901 Pre-Paint Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
DF21 Flex Agent
Cleaning
Topcoating
Mixing Ratio
See Topcoat Section - “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle for Topcoating” for vehicle prep.
See Topcoat Section - Diamont or ONYX HD Basecoat
4:1:1
100 gram matte mixing ratios on 60°
4 parts RMC5000
1 part DH42, DH44,
DH46 or DH47
1 part VR Reducer
Application
DH42 Rapid Hardener
DH44 Medium Hardener
DH46 Normal Hardener
DH47 Slow Hardener
SM10 Low VOC Matte Additive
VR Series Reducers
Flat = 0° - 22.5°
RMC5000 - 26.1g
DH44 - 7.0g
SM10 - 49.9g
VR0 - 17.0g
Semi = 22.6° - 52.5°
RMC5000 - 30.6g
DH44 - 8.2g
SM10 - 41.3g
VR0 - 19.9g
Medium = 52.6° - 75°
RMC5000 - 33.7g
DH44 - 8.9g
SM10 - 35.5g
VR0 - 21.9g
2 to 3 medium wet coats
5 to 10 minutes flash between coats
If it is not practical to clearcoat the entire panel and blending of the clear is necessary
(e.g., roof pillar), remelt the clearcoat edge with UBR200 Blending Solvent (1 part clear/
hardener/reducer + 5 parts UBR200) using reduced air pressure to the spray gun. The
blending of clear into a panel is not covered under the R-M warranty.
Drying
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 1/5/17
20°C/68°F
4 to 6 hours with DH42; Overnight with DH44 and DH46
60°C/140°F
30 to 45 minutes
Recoat
24 hours
Compound
24 hours
Wet Sand - 1200 grit or finer
Polish - 1 to 3 hours after baking at 60°C/140°F
RMC5000 General Purpose Clear
Technical Data
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Characteristics
Things to DO:
RMC5000 General Purpose Clear is a two component,
high build, acrylic urethane clear for topcoating
Diamont or ONYX HD Basecoat Colors. RMC5000
produces a very glossy, durable and chemically
resistant automotive finish.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do use 809 Fisheye Eliminator in RMC5000 if
necessary.
•Do bake immediately for best results.
•Do measure amount of hardener and reducer - DO
NOT ESTIMATE.
•Do use the RMC5000 mixture within one hour for
best results.
•Do use DF21 Flex Agent when painting flexible
parts. See Flexible Parts section of manual.
Technical Data
Viscosity 12-14 sec. #4 Ford cup
Things NOT to DO:
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
•Do not attempt to recoat, sand or compound
RMC5000 until the final coat has dried for a
minimum of 24 hours.
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 9-10 psi at air cap
•Do not use RMC5000 if the shop temperature is
below 15°C/60°F.
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
Number of Coats 2 to 3 medium wet coats
•Do not use HR5 Jet 5.
Thickness 2.0-2.5 mils
Pot Life 4 hours @ 20°C/68°F
Coverage 570 sq ft/gal @ 1.0 mils
VOC as Applied 442 gms/ltr (4.2 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
Flexible Parts Procedures
Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle Surface for Undercoating
Process
Materials Required
1) Wash the flexible part.
Water and a mild detergent soap.
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851 Prep and Wash
2) Rinse thoroughly and let dry.
3) Clean the flexible part.
902 Plastic Prep Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM902 Aero-Max Plastic Prep and Cleaner
4) Sand the flexible part.
P320 grit wet or dry
Gray Sanding Pad
5) Clean entire panel to remove sanding residue.
902 Plastic Prep Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM902 Aero-Max Plastic Prep and Cleaner
6) Remove all dirt from cracks and surfaces.
US Rev. 11/1/10
Air blow gun
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868 1K Plastic Primer
used over flexible parts
Products
868 1K Plastic Primer
851 Prep and Wash
902 Plastic Prep Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM902 Aero-Max Plastic Prep and Cleaner
Cleaning
Pretreatments
See Flexible Parts section “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle Surface for Undercoating”.
N/A
Mixing Ratio
Ready to Spray
Application
1 to 2 uniform coats
Drying
20°C/68°F
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 3/28/17
Tack Time
Dry Time
5 Minutes
15 to 30 minutes
If 868 has been dried for more than 4 hours reapply a uniform coat.
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868 1K Plastic Primer
Technical Data
Characteristics
Things to DO:
R-M 868 1K Plastic Primer is a multi-purpose adhesion
promoter for all paintable plastics on cars. It is supplied
ready to spray. No hardeners or reducers are required.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Apply 1 to 2 light coats of 868 to the entire
flexible part.
•Allow 868 to dry for 15 to 30 minutes, but no
longer than 4 hours prior to application of primer
or color coats.
•Clean flexible parts with 851 Prep and Wash or
warm soap and water.
•Clean all flexible parts using 902 Plastic Prep
Cleaner, 909 Final Wipe or AM902 Aero-Max
Plastic Prep and Cleaner. Check local regulations.
Technical Data
•Do shake 868 by hand for a few minutes
Viscosity 10 sec. #4 Ford cup
•Do use for both raw plastic as well as
(non-soluble) primed plastic.
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.3 mm
Fluid Tip (HVLP gravity) 1.3 mm
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 8-10 psi at air cap
Number of Coats 1 to 2 uniform coats
Thickness 0.2-0.4 mils
Pot Life Indefinite
Coverage 496 sq ft/gal @ 0.25 mils
VOC as Applied
805 gms/ltr (6.7 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
869 1K Low VOC Adhesion Promoter
used over flexible parts
Products
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869 1K Low VOC Adhesion Promoter
851 Prep and Wash
902 Plastic Prep Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM902 Aero-Max Plastic Prep and Cleaner
Cleaning
Pretreatments
Mixing Ratio
See Flexible Parts section “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle Surface for Undercoating”.
N/A
Ready to Spray
Must shake by hand for a few minutes, as it contains aluminum flakes for visibility.
Application
1 to 2 uniform coats
Drying
20°C/68°F
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 11/1/10
Tack Time
Dry Time
5 Minutes
15 to 30 minutes
If 869 has been dried for more than 4 hours reapply a uniform coat.
869 1K Low VOC Adhesion Promoter
Technical Data
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Characteristics
Things to DO:
R-M 869 1K Low VOC Adhesion Promoter is a multipurpose adhesion promoter for all paintable plastics
on cars. It is supplied ready to spray. No hardeners or
reducers are required.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Apply 1 to 2 light coats of 869 to the entire
flexible part.
•Allow 869 to dry for 15 to 30 minutes, but no
longer than 4 hours prior to application of primer
or color coats.
•Clean flexible parts with 851 Prep and Wash or
warm soap and water.
•Clean all flexible parts using the recommended
VOC compliant cleaner for plastic parts. Check
local regulations.
Technical Data
•Do shake 869 by hand for a few minutes.
Viscosity 14-16 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.2-1.3 mm
Fluid Tip (HVLP gravity) 1.2-1.3 mm
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 8-10 psi at air cap
Number of Coats 1 to 2 uniform coats
Thickness 0.2-0.4 mils
Pot Life Indefinite
Coverage 165-330 sq ft/gal @ 0.25 mil
VOC as Applied 540 gms/ltr (4.5 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
870 High Solids Adhesion Promoter/Sealer
for Plastics
used over flexible parts for National Rule areas
Products
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870 High Solids Adhesion Promoter/Sealer for Plastics
851 Prep and Wash
902 Plastic Prep Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM902 Aero-Max Plastic Prep and Cleaner
PH60 Fast Hardener
PH61 Medium Hardener
UR Series Reducers
Cleaning
Pretreatments
Mixing Ratio
See Flexible Parts section “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle Surface for Undercoating”.
N/A
4:1:1
4 parts 870
1 part PH60 or PH61
1 part UR Reducer
Application
Adhesion Promoter
surface with imperfections (higher film build)
Adhesion Promoter
1 medium wet coat
1 light coat
+1 medium wet coat
Drying
20°C/68°F
20 minutes
60°C/140°F 30 minutes
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 7/29/16
N/A
When used on surfaces with imperfections
(higher film build) it must be baked. For standard
application let flash for 20 minutes.
870 High Solids Adhesion Promoter/Sealer for Plastics
used over flexible parts for National Rule areas Technical Data
F
Characteristics
Things to DO:
R-M 870 High Solids Adhesion Promoter for Plastics
is an adhesion promoter and sealer for all paintable
plastics on cars. 870 eliminates two steps in the process
of repairing automotive plastic parts since a basecoat
can be directly applied over it.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Apply 1 to 2 light coats of 870 to the entire
flexible part.
•Initially clean flexible parts with 851 or warm soap
and water.
•Clean all flexible parts using 902 Plastic Prep
Cleaner, 909 Final Wipe or AM902 Aero-Max
Plastic Prep and Cleaner. Check local regulations.
•Do bake for 30 minutes at 140°F/60°C when
using 870 on surfaces with imperfections (higher
film build).
Technical Data
Viscosity
18-20 sec. #4 Ford cup
Things NOT to DO:
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity)
1.6-1.8 mm
Fluid Tip (HVLP gravity)
1.1-1.3 mm
•Do not use directly over bare Polypropylene (PP)
and Polyethylene (PE), or other non-paintable
plastics.
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE)
8-10 psi at air cap
•Do not use any sealer over 870.
Number of Coats
Thickness
Pot Life
Coverage
VOC as Applied
1 to 2 light coats
0.5-1.0 mils
7 hours
353 sq ft/gal @ 0.5 mil
600 gms/ltr (5.0 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
870 High Solids Adhesion Promoter/Sealer for Plastics
used over flexible parts for Low VOC System
Products
F
870 High Solids Adhesion Promoter for Plastics
851 Prep and Wash
902 Plastic Prep Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM902 Aero-Max Plastic Prep and Cleaner
DH99 Low VOC Fast Hardener
DH100 Low VOC Hardener
DH105 Low VOC Hardener - High Temp
UR Series Reducers
VR0 Ultra Low VOC Reducer
Cleaning
Pretreatments
Mixing Ratio
See Flexible Parts section “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle Surface for Undercoating”.
N/A
4:1:1
4 parts 870
1 part DH99, DH100 or DH105
1 part UR Reducer or VR0
Up to 50% additional reducer may be added as necessary for specific applications.
(8:2:3 mix ratio)
Application
Adhesion Promoter
surface with imperfections (higher film build)
Adhesion Promoter
1 medium wet coat
1 light coat
+1 medium wet coat
Drying
20°C/68°F
30 minutes
60°C/140°F 30 minutes
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 8/1/16
N/A
When used on surfaces with imperfections
(higher film build) it must be baked. For standard
application let flash for 30 minutes.
870 High Solids Adhesion Promoter/Sealer for Plastics
used over flexible parts for Low VOC System Technical Data
F
Characteristics
Things to DO:
R-M 870 High Solids Adhesion Promoter for Plastics
is an adhesion promoter and sealer for all paintable
plastics on cars. 870 eliminates two steps in the process
of repairing automotive plastic parts since a basecoat
can be directly applied over it.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Apply 1 to 2 light coats of 870 to the entire
flexible part.
•Initially clean flexible parts with 851 or warm soap
and water.
•Clean all flexible parts using 902 Plastic Prep
Cleaner, 909 Final Wipe or AM902 Aero-Max
Plastic Prep and Cleaner. Check local regulations.
•Do bake for 30 minutes at 140°F/60°C when
using 870 on surfaces with imperfections (higher
film build).
Technical Data
Viscosity
22-28 sec. #4 Ford cup
Things NOT to DO:
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity)
1.6-1.8 mm
Fluid Tip (HVLP gravity)
1.3-1.5 mm
•Do not use directly over bare Polypropylene (PP)
and Polyethylene (PE), or other non-paintable
plastics.
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE)
8-10 psi at air cap
•Do not use any sealer over 870.
Number of Coats
Thickness
Pot Life
Coverage
VOC as Applied
1 to 1.5 coats
0.75-1.0 mils (1 coat)
1.0-1.5 mils (1/2 + 1 coat)
7 hours
645 sq ft/gal @ 1.5 mil
540 gms/ltr (4.5 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
875 Light Grey AdPro/Sealer for Plastics
used over flexible parts for National Rule and Low VOC areas
Products
F
875 Light Grey AdPro/Sealer for Plastics
851 Prep and Wash
902 Plastic Prep Cleaner
903 Anti-Static Final Wipe
909 Final Wipe
AM902 Aero-Max Plastic Prep and Cleaner
RMH57 Normal Hardener
RMH94 Low VOC Fast Hardener
UR Series Reducers
VR0 Ultra Low VOC Reducer
Cleaning
Pretreatments
Mixing Ratio
Application
See Flexible Parts section “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle Surface for Undercoating”.
Epoxy or DTM urethane primers are required for metal substrates, when using 875 over
metal parts.
National Rule
4:1:2
Low VOC
4:1:2
4 parts 875
1 part RMH57
2 parts UR Reducer
4 parts 875
1 part RMH94
2 parts VR0
Adhesion Promoter
surface with imperfections (higher film build)
Adhesion Promoter
1 light coat
+1 medium to wet coat
Drying
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 3/1/17
20°C/68°F
N/A
15 minutes
1 medium to wet coat
875 Light Grey AdPro/Sealer for Plastics
used over flexible parts for National Rule and Low VOC areas Technical Data
F
Characteristics
Things to DO:
R-M 875 Light Grey AdPro/Sealer for Plastics is an
adhesion promoter for all paintable plastics on cars. 875
simplifies the painting of automotive plastics because
it combines sealing and adhesion promotion steps
into a single, easy-to-use product acceptable to use
on sanded e-coat and properly prepared, previously
painted substrates.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do use over epoxy or DTM urethane primed
metal parts as a sealer.
• Do use on sanded e-coat and properly prepared,
previously painted substrates.
•Follow recommended plastic prep procedure.
•Clean all flexible parts using 902 Plastic Prep
Cleaner, 909 Final Wipe or AM902 Aero-Max
Plastic Prep and Cleaner. Check local regulations.
•Do blend with 876 Dark Grey Adpro/Sealer for
Plastics for L-Shade matches.
Technical Data
Viscosity
10-14 sec. #4 Ford cup
Things NOT to DO:
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity)
1.3-1.5 mm
Fluid Tip (HVLP gravity)
1.3-1.5 mm
•Do not use directly over bare Polypropylene (PP)
and Polyethylene (PE), or other non-paintable
plastics.
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE)
8-10 psi at air cap
•Do not use any sealer over 875.
Number of Coats
Thickness
Pot Life
Coverage
VOC as Applied
1 medium to wet coat
0.6-1.0 mils
8 hours
495 sq ft/gal @ 1.0 mils
National Rule
< 520 gms/ltr (< 4.4 lbs/gal)
Low VOC
< 250 gms/ltr (< 2.1 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
876 Dark Grey AdPro/Sealer for Plastics
used over flexible parts for National Rule and Low VOC areas
Products
F
876 Dark Grey AdPro/Sealer for Plastics
851 Prep and Wash
902 Plastic Prep Cleaner
903 Anti-Static Final Wipe
909 Final Wipe
AM902 Aero-Max Plastic Prep and Cleaner
RMH57 Normal Hardener
RMH94 Low VOC Fast Hardener
UR Series Reducers
VR0 Ultra Low VOC Reducer
Cleaning
Pretreatments
Mixing Ratio
Application
See Flexible Parts section “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle Surface for Undercoating”.
Epoxy or DTM urethane primers are required for metal substrates, when using 876 over
metal parts.
National Rule
4:1:2
Low VOC
4:1:2
4 parts 876
1 part RMH57
2 parts UR Reducer
4 parts 876
1 part RMH94
2 parts VR0
Adhesion Promoter
surface with imperfections (higher film build)
Adhesion Promoter
1 light coat
+1 medium to wet coat
Drying
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 3/1/17
20°C/68°F
N/A
20 minutes
1 medium to wet coat
876 Dark Grey AdPro/Sealer for Plastics
used over flexible parts for National Rule and Low VOC areas Technical Data
F
Characteristics
Things to DO:
R-M 876 Dark Grey AdPro/Sealer for Plastics is an
adhesion promoter for all paintable plastics on cars. 876
simplifies the painting of automotive plastics because
it combines sealing and adhesion promotion steps
into a single, easy-to-use product acceptable to use
on sanded e-coat and properly prepared, previously
painted substrates.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do use over epoxy or DTM urethane primed
metal parts as a sealer.
• Do use on sanded e-coat and properly prepared,
previously painted substrates.
•Follow recommended plastic prep procedure.
•Clean all flexible parts using 902 Plastic Prep
Cleaner, 909 Final Wipe or AM902 Aero-Max
Plastic Prep and Cleaner. Check local regulations.
•Do blend with 875 Light Grey Adpro/Sealer for
Plastics for L-Shade matches.
Technical Data
Viscosity
11-14 sec. #4 Ford cup
Things NOT to DO:
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity)
1.3-1.4 mm
Fluid Tip (HVLP gravity)
1.3-1.4 mm
•Do not use directly over bare Polypropylene (PP)
and Polyethylene (PE), or other non-paintable
plastics.
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE)
8-10 psi at air cap
•Do not use any sealer over 876.
Number of Coats
Thickness
Pot Life
Coverage
VOC as Applied
1 medium to wet coat
0.4-1.0 mils
8 hours
518 sq ft/gal @ 1.0 mils
National Rule
< 515 gms/ltr (< 4.3 lbs/gal)
Low VOC
< 250 gms/ltr (< 2.1 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
DP20 2K Urethane Primer-Surfacer
Application as a Primer Surfacer on Flexible Parts
Products
F
DP20 2K Urethane Primer-Surfacer
851 Prep and Wash
868 1K Plastic Primer
870 High Solids Adhesion Promoter for Plastics
902 Plastic Prep Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM902 Aero-Max Plastic Prep and Cleaner
DF21 Flex Agent
PH12 Hardener
UR Series Reducers
Cleaning
Pretreatments
Mixing Ratio
See Flexible Parts section “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle Surface for Undercoating”.
See Flexible Parts section “868 1K Plastic Primer” or “870 High Solids Adhesion Promoter
for Plastics”.
3:1:1:1
3 parts DP20
1 part DF21
1 part PH12
1 part UR Reducer
Application
2 to 3 medium wet coats
5 to 10 minutes flash between coats
Drying
20°C/68°F
3 hours
60°C/140°F 45 minutes
70°C/160°F 35 minutes
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 11/1/10
Wet Sand - P400 grit or finer
Dry Sand - P320 grit or finer
DP20 2K Urethane Primer-Surfacer
as a Primer Surfacer on Flexible Parts Technical Data
F
Characteristics
Things to DO:
DP20 2K Urethane Primer-Surfacer is a two part urethane
primer-surfacer. DP20 2K Urethane Primer-Surfacer is
the undercoat recommended under UNO HD, ONYX HD
or Diamont Basecoat Color. DP20 can be applied over
properly prepared flexible parts.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do use DP20/DF21 mixture within 3 hours.
•Do measure amount of hardener and reducer DO NOT ESTIMATE.
•Do use over all acrylic lacquer or lacquer
products.
Things NOT to DO:
•Do not use fisheye eliminator in DP21/DF21.
Technical Data
Viscosity
19-21 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity)
1.4-1.9 mm
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity)
1.5-1.8 mm
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE)
6-10 psi at air cap
Number of Coats
Thickness
Pot Life
•Do not use DP20/DF21 if the shop temperature
is below 15°C/60°F.
•Do not use DP20/DF21 directly over flexible
parts. Use 868 or 870 before applying
DP20/DF21.
2 to 3 medium wet coats
2 mils
3 hours @ 20°C/68°F
Coverage
270 sq ft/gal @ 2.0 mils
VOC as Applied
527 gms/ltr (4.4 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
DP21 2K Color-It Primer
Application as a Primer Surfacer on Flexible Parts
Products
F
DP21 2K Color-It Primer
851 Prep and Wash
868 1K Plastic Primer
870 High Solids Adhesion Promoter for Plastics
902 Plastic Prep Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM902 Aero-Max Plastic Prep and Cleaner
DF21 Flex Agent
Diamont Tinting Base/Color
PH60 Fast Hardener
PH61 Medium Hardener
UR Series Reducers
Cleaning
Pretreatments
Mixing Ratio
See Flexible Parts section “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle Surface for Undercoating”.
See Flexible Parts section “868 1K Plastic Primer” or “870 High Solids Adhesion Promoter
for Plastics”.
Step 1 - 1:2
Step 3 - 4:1:1
1 part Diamont Tinting Base/Color
2 parts DP21
Start with the tinting base/color and then
add DP21.
4 parts DP21/Color/DF21 mixture
1 part PH60 or PH61
1 part UR Reducer
Step 2 - 3:1
3 parts DP21/Color mixture
1 part DF21
Application
2 to 3 medium wet coats
5 to 10 minutes flash between coats
Drying
20°C/68°F
3 hours
60°C/140°F 45 minutes
70°C/160°F 35 minutes
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 11/1/10
Wet Sand - P400 grit or finer
Dry Sand - P320 grit or finer
DP21 2K Color-It Primer
as a Primer Surfacer on Flexible Parts Technical Data
F
Characteristics
Things to DO:
DP21 2K Color-It Primer can be used as a wet-on-wet
sealer or as a primer-surfacer. DP21 2K Color-It Primer
MUST be mixed with Diamont before it can be used.
Select a color that is similar in color to the topcoat
being applied, this will result in a colored undercoat that
is much easier to paint over. When used as a primersurfacer, Diamont Basecoat can be applied over DP21
with excellent holdout.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do measure amount of hardener and reducer DO NOT ESTIMATE.
Things NOT to DO:
•Do not use fisheye eliminator in DP21/DF21.
•Do not use DP21/DF21 if the shop temperature
is below 15°C/60°F.
•Do not use over solvent sensitive finishes such
as acrylic lacquer.
Technical Data
Viscosity
20-22 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity)
1.4-1.6 mm
Fluid Tip (HVLP gravity)
1.4-1.6 mm
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE)
9-10 psi at air cap
Number of Coats
Thickness
Pot Life
•Do not use any flex agents in DP21 other than
DF21.
2 to 3 medium wet coats
2 mils
3 hours @ 20°C/68°F
Coverage
270 sq ft/gal @ 2.0 mils
VOC as Applied
575 gms/ltr (4.8 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
DP21 2K Color-It Primer
Application as a Wet-On-Wet Sealer on Flexible Parts
Products
DP21 2K Color-It Primer
851 Prep and Wash
868 1K Plastic Primer
870 High Solids Adhesion Promoter for
Plastics
902 Plastic Prep Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM902 Aero-Max Plastic Prep and
Cleaner
DF21 Flex Agent
Cleaning
Pretreatments
Mixing Ratio
Diamont Tinting Base/Color
DH44 Medium Hardener
DH46 Normal Hardener
DH47 Slow Hardener
PH60 Fast Hardener
PH61 Medium Hardener
UNO HD Color
UR Series Reducers
See Flexible Parts section “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle Surface for Undercoating”.
See Flexible Parts section “868 1K Plastic Primer” or “870 High Solids Adhesion Promoter
for Plastics”.
Diamont
Step 1 - 1:1
UNO HD
Step 1 - 3:1:20%
1 part Diamont Tinting Base/Color
1 part DP21
Start with the tinting base/color and then
add DP21.
3 parts DP21
1 part UNO HD Tinting Base/Color
20% DF21
Start with the tinting base/color and then add
DP21.
Step 2 - 5:1
Step 2 - 6:1:2
5 parts DP21/Color mixture
1 part DF21
6 parts DP21/UNO HD/DF21 mixture
1 part DH44, DH46 or DH47
2 parts UR Reducer
Step 3 - 4:2:1
4 parts DP21/Color/DF21 mixture
2 parts PH60 or PH61
1 part UR Reducer
Application
1 to 2 medium coats
5 to 10 minutes flash between coats
Drying
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 3/12/13
F
20°C/68°F
20 minutes (Before applying topcoat)
DO NOT SAND
Use the same topcoat product to tint DP21 as you will be using to paint
the vehicle/part. If topcoating with Diamont, use Diamont to tint DP21. If
topcoating with UNO HD, use UNO HD to tint DP21.
DP21 2K Color-It Primer
as a Wet-On-Wet Sealer on Flexible Parts Technical Data
F
Characteristics
Things to DO:
DP21 2K Color-It Primer can be used as a wet-on-wet
sealer or as a primer-surfacer. DP21 2K Color-It Primer
MUST be mixed with Diamont or UNO HD before it
can be used. Select a color that is similar in color to
the topcoat being applied, this will result in a colored
undercoat that is much easier to paint over. When used
as a primer-surfacer, Diamont Basecoat or UNO HD can
be applied over DP21 with excellent holdout.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do measure amount of hardener and reducer DO NOT ESTIMATE.
•Do allow DP21/DF21 to dry 15 to 20 minutes
before topcoating.
•Do topcoat DP21/DF21 with the same
technology material as was used to tint DP21.
•Do use only UNO HD tinting bases.
Technical Data
Viscosity 18-20 sec. #4 Ford cup
Things NOT to DO:
•Do not use fisheye eliminator in DP21/DF21.
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.4-1.6 mm
•Do not use DP21/DF21 if the shop temperature
is below 15°C/60°F.
Fluid Tip (HVLP gravity) 1.5-1.8 mm
•Do not use over solvent sensitive finishes such
as acrylic lacquer.
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 6-10 psi at air cap
•Do not use any flex agents in DP21 other than
DF21.
Number of Coats 1 to 2 medium coats
Thickness 1.5 mils
Pot Life 3 hours @ 20°C/68°F
Coverage 440-460 sq ft/gal @ 1.5 mils
VOC as Applied 527 gms/liter (4.4 lbs/gal)
•Do not force dry DP21/DF21 when used as a
wet-on-wet primer-sealer.
•Do not allow DP21/DF21 to dry longer than
4 hours (when tinted with UNO HD) before
applying topcoat.
•Do not tint with UNO HD that contains SC01 or
SC10.
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
DP31 Power Fill 2K Sealer Gray
Application as a Wet-On-Wet Sealer on Flexible Parts
Products
DP31 Power Fill 2K Sealer Gray
851 Prep and Wash
868 1K Plastic Primer
870 High Solids Adhesion Promoter for Plastics
902 Plastic Prep Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM902 Aero-Max Plastic Prep and Cleaner
Cleaning
Pretreatments
Mixing Ratio
See Flexible Parts section “868 1K Plastic Primer” or “870 High Solids Adhesion Promoter
for Plastics”.
Untinted - Flexed
Diamont Tinted - Flexed
4 parts DP31
1 part DF21
1 part DH42, DH44 or DH46
2 parts UR or VR Reducer
4 parts DP31
1 part Diamont Tinting Base/Color
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 3/12/13
Step 1 - 4:1
Step 2 - 4:1:1:1
4 parts DP31/Diamont mixture
1 part DF21
1 part DH42, DH44 or DH46
1 part UR Reducer
UNO HD Tinted - Flexed
ONYX HD Tinted - Flexed
Step 1 - 3:1
Step 1 - 6:1
3 parts DP31
1 part UNO HD Tinting Base/Color
6 parts DP31
1 part ONYX HD Tinting Base/Color
Step 2 - 4:1:1:2
Step 2 - 5:1
4 parts DP31/UNO HD mixture
1 part DF21
1 part DH42, DH44 or DH46
2 parts UR or VR Reducer
Drying
DF21 Flex Additive
DH42 Rapid Hardener
DH44 Mediuml Hardener
DH46 Normal Hardener
UR Series Reducers
VR Series Reducers
See Flexible Parts section “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle Surface for Undercoating”.
4:1:1:2
Application
F
1 medium wet coat
20°C/68°F
15 to 20 minutes
Do not force dry.
N/A
5 parts DP31/ONYX HD mixture
1 part DF21
Step 3 - 4:1:2
4 parts DP31/ONYX HD/DF21 mixture
1 part DH42, DH44 or DH46
2 parts VR Reducer
DP31 Power Fill 2K Sealer Gray
as a Wet-On-Wet Sealer on Flexible Parts Technical Data
F
Characteristics
Things to DO:
DP31 is a wet-on-wet sealer that provides exceptional
hold out, dries to a GLOSSY finish and provides a
smooth surface for Diamont, UNO HD or ONYX HD
topcoats. DP31 can be tinted with either Diamont,
UNO HD or ONYX HD bases. Do not use ready for use
Diamont, UNO HD or ONYX HD colors due to VOC
regulations. DF21 is designed to give flexibility to DP
Power Fill Primers
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do stir primer or put on shaker before use to
eliminate settling.
•Do use R-M 868 or 870 as an adhesion promoter
over bare flexible plastic.
Things NOT to DO:
Technical Data
Viscosity
•Do not use fisheye eliminator.
13 - 20 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity)
1.5-1.7 mm
Fluid Tip (HVLP gravity)
1.5-1.7 mm
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE)
6-10 psi at air cap
Number of Coats
Thickness
Pot Life
Coverage
VOC as Applied
1 medium wet coat
1.0-1.5 mils
45 to 60 minutes
Untinted:
663 sq ft/gal @ 1.0 mil
Tinted with Diamont
616 sq ft/gal @ 1.0 mil
Tinted with UNO HD
596 sq ft/gal @ 1.0 mil
Tinted with ONYX HD
587 sq ft/gal @ 1.0 mil
•Do not use if shop temperature is below
15°C/60°F.
•Do not use over solvent sensitive finishes such
as acrylic lacquer.
•Do not use HR5 Jet5 or Jet95 in DP31.
•Do not force dry DP31.
•Do not allow DP31 to dry longer than 6 hours
before applying topcoat.
•Do not tint with UNO HD that contains SC00,
SC01, or SC10.
Untinted
503 gms/liter (4.2 lbs/gal)
Tinted with Diamont
527 gms/liter (4.4 lbs/gal)
Tinted with UNO HD
UR Reducers:
551 gms/liter (4.6 lbs/gal)
VR Reducers:
419 gms/liter (3.5 lbs/gal
Tinted with ONYX HD
VR Reducers - only:
503 gms/liter (4.2 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
DP200 Exempt Low VOC 2K Primer
Application as a Primer Surfacer on Flexible Parts
Products
F
DP200 Exempt Low VOC 2K Primer
851 Prep and Wash
868 1K Plastic Primer
869 1K Low VOC Adhesion Promoter
870 High Solids Adhesion Promoter for Plastics
902 Plastic Prep Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM902 Aero-Max Plastic Prep and Cleaner
DF21 Flex Agent
PH10 Spot Repair Hardener
PH20 Medium Hardener
VR Series Reducers
Cleaning
Pretreatments
Mixing Ratio
Application
See Flexible Parts section “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle Surface for Undercoating”.
See Flexible Parts section “868 1K Plastic Primer”, “869 1K Low VOC Adhesion Promoter”
or “870 High Solids Adhesion Promoter for Plastics”.
Step 1 - 4:1
Step 2 - 4:1:1
4 parts DP200
1 part DF21
4 parts DP200/DF21 mixture
1 part PH10 or PH20
1 part VR Reducer
2 medium wet coats
5 minutes flash between coats
Drying
Sanding/
Polishing
20°C/68°F
90 minutes
60°C/140°F
30 minutes
Wet Sand - P400 grit or finer
Dry Sand - P320 grit or finer
Remove sanding residue with 902, 909 or AM902. Check your local VOC regulations to
determine which R-M cleaners are compliant in your area.
Notes
US Rev. 3/12/13
DP200 Exempt Low VOC 2K Primer
as a Primer Surfacer on Flexible Parts Technical Data
F
Characteristics
Things to DO:
DP200 is a 2.1 lbs/gal solventborne primer which exhibits
extremely fast filling and sanding characteristics. DP200
is a high solids urethane primer that dries quickly to a
hard chemically resistant finish. DP200 is recommended
under UNO HD, ONYX HD and Diamont topcoats.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do measure the amount of hardener and reducer
- DO NOT ESTIMATE.
•Do allow DP200/DF21 to cure 1.5 hours before
sanding.
•Do use DP200/DF21 within 45 minutes of being
mixed.
•Do use only PH10 or PH20 Hardener and VR
Reducer in DP200/DF21.
Technical Data
Viscosity
Things NOT to DO:
13-15 sec. #4 Ford cup
•Do not use fisheye eliminator.
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity)
1.3-1.5 mm
•Do not use if shop temperature is below
15°C/60°F.
Fluid Tip (HVLP gravity)
1.5-1.7 mm
•Do not use HR5 Jet5 or Jet95 in DP200/DF21.
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE)
8-10 psi at air cap
Number of Coats
Thickness
Pot Life
2 medium wet coats
2.0 mils
30 to 45 minutes @
20°C/68°F
Coverage
332 sq ft/gal @ 2.0 mils
VOC as Applied
250 gms/ltr (2.1 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
DP236 White Low VOC DTM Primer
as a Primer-Surfacer on Flexible Parts
Products
F
DP236 White Low VOC DTM Primer
851 Prep and Wash
869 1K Low VOC Adhesion Promoter
870 High Solids Adhesion Promoter for Plastics
909 Final Wipe
AM902 Aero-Max Plastic Prep and Cleaner
DF21 Flex Agent
RMH94 Low VOC Fast Hardener
VR Series Reducers
Cleaning
Pretreatments
Mixing Ratio
Application
See Flexible Parts section “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle Surface for Undercoating”.
See Flexible Parts section “869 1K Low VOC Adhesion Promoter” or “870 High Solids
Adhesion Promoter for Plastics”.
Step 1 - 4:1
Step 2 - 4:1:1
4 parts DP236
1 part DF21
4 parts DP236/DF21 mixture
1 part RMH94
1 part VR Reducer
2 to 3 medium wet coats
5 minutes flash between coats
Drying
Sanding/
Polishing
20°C/68°F
90 minutes
60°C/140°F
20 minutes
Infra Red short wave 5 to 7 minutes
Wet Sand - P320 to P500 grit
Dry Sand - P320 to P500 grit
Remove sanding residue with 909 or AM902. Check your local VOC regulations to
determine which R-M cleaners are compliant in your area.
Notes
The surface preparation is critical for the success of DP236 over plastic parts.
869 or 870 must be used over raw flexible plastics.
US Rev. 2/11/16
DP236 White Low VOC DTM Primer
as a Primer-Surfacer on Flexible Parts Technical Data
F
Characteristics
Things to DO:
DP236 is a fast curing, VOC compliant primer that
offers excellent sanding and reasonably long potlife.
The primer is exceptional when baked or cured by
infrared lamps. Excellent sag resistance and leveling.
Provides good topcoat holdout and invisible repairs.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do measure the amount of hardener and reducer
- DO NOT ESTIMATE.
•Do allow DP236/DF21 to cure 1.5 hours before
sanding.
•Do use only RMH94 Hardener and VR Reducer
in DP236/DF21.
Things NOT to DO:
Technical Data
Viscosity 14-16 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.5-1.7 mm
•Do not use fisheye eliminator.
•Do not use if shop temperature is below
15°C/60°F.
•Do not use HR5 Jet5 or Jet95 in DP236/DF21.
•Do not use with etch primers.
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 8-10 psi at air cap
Number of Coats 2 to 3 medium wet coats
Thickness 3.0-4.0 mils
Pot Life 60 minutes @ 20°C/68°F
Coverage 317 sq ft/gal @ 2.0 mils
VOC as Applied 220 gms/ltr (1.9 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
DP237 Dark Gray Low VOC DTM Primer
as a Primer-Surfacer on Flexible Parts
Products
F
DP237 Dark Gray Low VOC DTM Primer
851 Prep and Wash
869 1K Low VOC Adhesion Promoter
870 High Solids Adhesion Promoter for Plastics
909 Final Wipe
AM902 Aero-Max Plastic Prep and Cleaner
DF21 Flex Agent
RMH94 Low VOC Fast Hardener
VR Series Reducers
Cleaning
Pretreatments
Mixing Ratio
Application
See Flexible Parts section “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle Surface for Undercoating”.
See Flexible Parts section “869 1K Low VOC Adhesion Promoter” or “870 High Solids
Adhesion Promoter for Plastics”.
Step 1 - 4:1
Step 2 - 4:1:1
4 parts DP237
1 part DF21
4 parts DP237/DF21 mixture
1 part RMH94
1 part VR Reducer
2 to 3 medium wet coats
5 minutes flash between coats
Drying
Sanding/
Polishing
20°C/68°F
90 minutes
60°C/140°F
20 minutes
Infra Red short wave 5 to 7 minutes
Wet Sand - P320 to P500 grit
Dry Sand - P320 to P500 grit
Remove sanding residue with 909 or AM902. Check your local VOC regulations to
determine which R-M cleaners are compliant in your area.
Notes
The surface preparation is critical for the success of DP237 over plastic parts.
869 or 870 must be used over raw flexible plastics.
US Rev. 2/11/16
DP237 Dark Gray Low VOC DTM Primer
as a Primer-Surfacer on Flexible Parts Technical Data
F
Characteristics
Things to DO:
DP237 is a fast curing, VOC compliant primer that
offers excellent sanding and reasonably long potlife.
The primer is exceptional when baked or cured by
infrared lamps. Excellent sag resistance and leveling.
Provides good topcoat holdout and invisible repairs.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do measure the amount of hardener and reducer
- DO NOT ESTIMATE.
•Do allow DP237/DF21 to cure 1.5 hours before
sanding.
•Do use only RMH94 Hardener and VR Reducer
in DP237/DF21.
Things NOT to DO:
Technical Data
Viscosity 13-15 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.5-1.7 mm
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 8-10 psi at air cap
Number of Coats 2 to 3 medium wet coats
Thickness 3.0-4.0 mils
Pot Life 60 minutes @ 20°C/68°F
Coverage 317 sq ft/gal @ 2.0 mils
VOC as Applied 236 gms/ltr (2.0 lbs/gal)
•Do not use fisheye eliminator.
•Do not use if shop temperature is below
15°C/60°F.
•Do not use HR5 Jet5 or Jet95 in DP237/DF21.
•Do not use with etch primers.
DP322 Low VOC White Sealer
Application as a Wet-On-Wet Sealer on Flexible Parts
Products
F
DP322 Low VOC White Sealer
851 Prep and Wash
869 1K Low VOC Adhesion Promoter
902 Plastic Prep Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM902 Aero-Max Plastic Prep and Cleaner
DF21 Flex Additive
RMH94 Low VOC Fast Hardener
RMH96 Low VOC Medium Hardener
RMH98 Low VOC Slow Hardener
VR Series Reducers
Cleaning
Pretreatments
Mixing Ratio
See Flexible Parts section “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle Surface for Undercoating”.
See Flexible Parts section “869 1K Low VOC Adhesion Promoter”.
Step 1 - 5:1
5 parts DP322
1 part DF21
Step 2 - 3:1:2
3 parts DP322/DF21 mixture
1 part RMH94, RMH96 or RMH98
2 parts VR Reducer
Application
Drying
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 3/8/17
1 medium wet coat
20°C/68°F
N/A
10 to 15 minutes
DP322 Low VOC White Sealer
as a Wet-On-Wet Sealer on Flexible Parts Technical Data
F
Characteristics
Things to DO:
DP322 Low VOC White Sealer is to be used as a
wet-on-wet sealer. DP322 is an easy to apply
2.1 lbs/gal solventborne sealer which exhibits extremely
fast filling and smooth layout characteristics. DP322
is a high solids urethane sealer that dries quickly
to a hard finish. DP322 is recommended under
UNO HD, ONYX HD, ONYX HD Solventborne and
Diamont topcoats.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do measure the amount of hardener and reducer
- DO NOT ESTIMATE.
•If using over 869 1K Low VOC Adhesion
Promoter, apply as soon as the part can be
tacked.
Things NOT to DO:
•Do not use fisheye eliminator.
Technical Data
Viscosity 14-15 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
•Do not use if shop temperature is below
15°C/60°F.
•Do not use HR5 Jet5 or Jet95 in DP322.
•Do not use over 870 Adhesion Promoter.
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 6-10 psi at air cap
Number of Coats 1 medium wet coat
Thickness 1.0-1.5 mils
Pot Life 2.5 hours @ 20°C/68°F
Coverage 751 sq ft/gal @ 1.0 mil
VOC as Applied 250 gms/ltr (2.1 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
DP323 Low VOC Dark Grey Sealer
Application as a Wet-On-Wet Sealer on Flexible Parts
Products
F
DP323 Low VOC Dark Grey Sealer
851 Prep and Wash
869 1K Low VOC Adhesion Promoter
902 Plastic Prep Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM902 Aero-Max Plastic Prep and Cleaner
DF21 Flex Additive
RMH94 Low VOC Fast Hardener
RMH96 Low VOC Medium Hardener
RMH98 Low VOC Slow Hardener
VR Series Reducers
Cleaning
Pretreatments
Mixing Ratio
See Flexible Parts section “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle Surface for Undercoating”.
See Flexible Parts section “869 1K Low VOC Adhesion Promoter”.
Step 1 - 5:1
5 parts DP323
1 part DF21
Step 2 - 3:1:2
3 parts DP323/DF21 mixture
1 part RMH94, RMH96 or RMH98
2 parts VR Reducer
Application
Drying
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 3/8/17
1 medium wet coat
20°C/68°F
N/A
10 to 15 minutes
DP323 Low VOC Dark Grey Sealer
as a Wet-On-Wet Sealer on Flexible Parts Technical Data
F
Characteristics
Things to DO:
DP323 Low VOC Dark Grey Sealer is to be used as a
wet-on-wet sealer. DP323 is an easy to apply
2.1 lbs/gal solventborne sealer which exhibits extremely
fast filling and smooth layout characteristics. DP323
is a high solids urethane sealer that dries quickly
to a hard finish. DP323 is recommended under
UNO HD, ONYX HD, ONYX HD Solventborne and
Diamont topcoats.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do measure the amount of hardener and reducer
- DO NOT ESTIMATE.
•If using over 869 1K Low VOC Adhesion
Promoter, apply as soon as the part can be
tacked.
Things NOT to DO:
•Do not use fisheye eliminator.
Technical Data
Viscosity 14-15 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
•Do not use if shop temperature is below
15°C/60°F.
•Do not use HR5 Jet5 or Jet95 in DP323.
•Do not use over 870 Adhesion Promoter.
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 6-10 psi at air cap
Number of Coats 1 medium wet coat
Thickness 1.0-1.5 mils
Pot Life 2.0 hours @ 20°C/68°F
Coverage 631 sq ft/gal @ 1.0 mil
VOC as Applied 250 gms/ltr (2.1 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
DP Power Fill 2K Primer Series
Application as a Primer Surfacer on Flexible Parts
Products
F
DP25 Power Fill 2K Primer - White
DP26 Power Fill 2K Primer - Grey
DP27 Power Fill 2K Primer - Black
851 Prep and Wash
868 1K Plastic Primer
870 High Solids Adhesion Promoter for Plastics
902 Plastic Prep Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM902 Aero-Max Plastic Prep and Cleaner
DF21 Flex Agent
DH55 Fast Hardener
DH57 Medium Hardener
DH59 Slow Hardener
Cleaning
Pretreatments
Mixing Ratio
See Flexible Parts section “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle Surface for Undercoating”.
See Flexible Parts section “868 1K Plastic Primer” or “870 High Solids Adhesion Promoter
for Plastics”.
4:2:1
4 parts DP25, DP26 or DP27
2 parts DH55, DH57 or DH59
1 part DF21
Application
Drying
2 to 3 medium wet coats
20°C/68°F
2 to 2.5 hours
60°C/140°F
30 minutes
Infra Red short wave
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 2/22/12
8 to 10 minutes
Wet Sand - P400 to P600 grit
Dry Sand - P320 to P400 grit
DP Power Fill 2K Primer Series
as a Primer Surfacer on Flexible Parts Technical Data
F
Characteristics
Things to DO:
DP Power Fill 2K Primers are fast curing, easy sanding
primers that provide ease of handling from mixing to
spraying to sanding. Fast in air dry applications and
excellent when baked. Excellent sag resistance and
leveling provide an easily prepared repair area. DF21
is designed to give flexibility to DP Power Fill Primers.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do stir primer or put on shaker before use to
eliminate settling.
•Do use R-M 868 or 870 as an adhesion promoter
over bare flexible plastic.
Things NOT to DO:
•Do not use fisheye eliminator in DP25, DP26, or
DP27.
Technical Data
Viscosity
•Do not use if shop temperature is below
15°C/60°F.
19-20 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity)
1.4-1.9 mm
Fluid Tip (HVLP gravity)
1.5-1.8 mm
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE)
6-10 psi at air cap
Number of Coats
Thickness
2 to 3 medium wet coats
2-3 mils
Pot Life
50 minutes with DH55
@ 20°C/68°F
60 minutes with DH57
@ 20°C/68°F
2 hours with DH59
@ 20°C/68°F
Coverage
621 sq ft/gal @ 1.0 mil
VOC as Applied
•Do not use HR5 Jet5 or Jet95 in DP25, DP26, or
DP27.
504 gms/ltr (4.2 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
DP Power Fill 2K Primer Series
Application as a Wet-On-Wet Sealer on Flexible Parts
Products
F
DP25 Power Fill 2K Primer - White
DP26 Power Fill 2K Primer - Grey
DP27 Power Fill 2K Primer - Black
851 Prep and Wash
868 1K Plastic Primer
870 High Solids Adhesion Promoter for Plastics
902 Plastic Prep Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM902 Aero-Max Plastic Prep and Cleaner
DF21 Flex Agent
DH55 Fast Hardener
DH57 Medium Hardener
DH59 Slow Hardener
VR Series Reducers
Cleaning
Pretreatments
Mixing Ratio
Application
Drying
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 3/12/13
See Flexible Parts section “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle Surface for Undercoating”.
See Flexible Parts section “868 1K Plastic Primer” or “870 High Solids Adhesion Promoter
for Plastics”.
Step 1 - 4:1
Step 2 - 4:1:1
4 parts DP25, DP26 or DP27
1 part DF21
4 parts DP25, DP26 or DP27/DF21 mixture
1 part DH55, DH57 or DH59
1 part VR Reducer
1 medium wet coat
20°C/68°F
15 to 20 minutes
Do not force dry.
DO NOT SAND.
DP Power Fill 2K Primer Series
as a Wet-On-Wet Sealer on Flexible Parts Technical Data
F
Characteristics
Things to DO:
DP Power Fill 2K Primers are fast curing, easy sanding
primers that provide ease of handling from mixing to
spraying to sanding. Fast in air dry applications and
excellent when baked. Excellent sag resistance and
leveling provide an easily prepared repair area of any
size on any type of substrate. DF21 is designed to give
flexibility to DP Power Fill Primers.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do stir primer or put on shaker before use to
eliminate settling.
•Do measure the amount of hardener and reducer
- DO NOT ESTIMATE.
•Do use R-M 868 or 870 as an adhesion promoter
over bare flexible plastic.
Things NOT to DO:
Technical Data
Viscosity
•Do not use fisheye eliminator in DP25, DP26 or
DP27.
11-15 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity)
1.4-1.9 mm
Fluid Tip (HVLP gravity)
1.5-1.8 mm
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE)
6-10 psi at air cap
Number of Coats
Thickness
Pot Life
Coverage
VOC as Applied
•Do not use if shop temperature is below
15°C/60°F.
•Do not use HR5 Jet5 or Jet95 in DP25, DP26 or
DP27.
1 medium wet coat
1 mil
3 hours with DH55
@ 20°C/68°F
4 hours with DH57
@ 20°C/68°F
5 hours with DH59
@ 20°C/68°F
518 sq ft/gal @ 1.0 mil
517 gms/ltr (4.3 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
RMP PowerFill Plus 2K Primer Series
Application as a Primer-Surfacer on Flexible Parts
Products
F
RMP25 PowerFill Plus 2K Primer White
RMP26 PowerFill Plus 2K Primer Grey
RMP27 PowerFill Plus 2K Primer Black
851 Prep and Wash
868 1K Plastic Primer
869 1K Low VOC Adhesion Promoter
900 Pre-Kleano
901 Pre-Paint Solvent Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
DF21 Flex Agent
Jet95 Accelerator
RMH55 Fast Hardener
UR Series Reducers
Cleaning
Pretreatments
Mixing Ratio
Application
Drying
See Undercoat Section - Cleaning the Vehicle Surface
See Flexible Parts section “868 1K Plastic Primer” or “869 1K Low VOC Adhesion
Promoter”.
Normal
4:0.4:1:1
Rapid Method
4:0.4:0.4:1
4 parts RMP Primer
0.4 part DF21
1 part RMH55
1 part UR Reducer
4 parts RMP Primer
0.4 part DF21
0.4 part Jet95
1 part RMH55
2 to 3 medium wet coats
5 minutes flash between coats
Apply a light guide coat. Over-reduced Diamont Color such as BC200 works well. Mix
9 parts UR reducer with 1 part Diamont Color for the guide coat.
Rapid Method
20°C/68°F
2 to 3 hours
60 to 90 minutes
60°C/140°F
30 minutes
15 minutes
Infra Red short wave 20 to 30 minutes 10 to 15 minutes
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 9/23/16
Wet Sand - P400 to P600 grit
Dry Sand - P320 to P400 grit
Remove sanding residue with 900, 901, 909 or AM900.
Use the guide coat to locate imperfections that need to be sanded out.
No need for any pretreatment primers, except for use on plastics.
RMP PowerFill Plus 2K Primer Series
as a Primer-Surfacer on Flexible Parts Technical Data
F
Characteristics
Things to DO:
RMP Primers should be flexed when applying over
properly prepared flexible plastics. Flexed RMP
Primers are not recommended for DTM applications.
Flexing also retards cure. Baking or IR lamp speeds
cure significantly.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do use the RMP Primers mixture within 60
minutes.
•Do use over adhesion promoter on flexible raw
bumpers before applying Flexed RMP Primers.
•Do use Rapid Flex for higher solids and better
fill.
•Do measure the amount hardener - DO NOT
ESTIMATE.
•Do blend RMP25 with RMP27 for L01-L06 Grey
shades.
•Do use RMP25 as L07 ground coat.
Technical Data
Viscosity Normal
17-21 sec. #4 Ford cup
Rapid
25-27 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.4-1.9 mm
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.5-1.8 mm
Things NOT to DO:
•Do not use fisheye eliminator in RMP Primers.
•Do not use if shop temperature is below
15°C/60°F.
•Do not use Flexed RMP Primers as Direct to
Metal Primers.
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 6-10 psi at air cap
Number of Coats 2 to 3 medium wet coats
Thickness 2.0-4.0 mils
Pot Life 60 mins @ 20°C/68°F
Coverage 320 sq ft/gal @ 2.0 mils
VOC as Applied 508 gms/ltr (4.3 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
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UNO HD Color National Rule
Application on Flexible Parts
Products
UNO HD Color
DF21 Flex Agent
DH42 Rapid Hardener
DH44 Medium Hardener
DH46 Normal Hardener
DH47 Slow Hardener
868 1K Plastic Primer
Cleaning
Pretreatments
Mixing Ratio
870 High Solids Adhesion Promoter for Plastics
UR Series Reducer
SM09 Flattener - Special MAT09
SC01 Base Booster
SC10 Mixing Clear
See Flexible Parts section “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle Surface for Undercoating”.
See Flexible Parts section “868 1K Plastic Primer” or “870 High Solids Adhesion Promoter
for Plastics”.
Step 1 - 10:1 or 4:1
Step 2 - 4:1:1
* For high gloss, flexible parts
10 parts UNO HD Color
1 part DF21
4 parts UNO HD/DF21 mixture
1 part DH42, DH44, DH46 or DH47
1 part UR Reducer
* For high gloss, soft flexible parts
4 parts UNO HD Color
1 part DF21
For lower gloss applications, see Notes below for the amount of SM09 to use.
Mix color with SC01 and SC10 as per mixing formula.
Application
Drying
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
Apply 1 medium wet coat
5 to 10 minutes flash between coats
Apply a 2nd medium wet coat
20°C/68°F
2 to 3 hours
60°C/140°F 30 minutes
70°C/160°F 25 minutes
Wet Sand - N/A
Dry Sand - N/A
Step 1:
Hard Flexible Parts
UNO HD Color
DF21
SM09
Full Gloss
Semi
Satin
Flat
10
8
7
6
1
1
1
1
2
3
4
Soft Flexible Parts
Full Gloss
Semi
Satin
Flat
20
16
12
10
5
5
5
5
4
8
10
Step 2: See Above (4:1:1)
US Rev. 8/8/13
UNO HD Color National Rule
on Flexible Parts Technical Data
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Characteristics
Things to DO:
R-M UNO HD is a high solids Single Stage, two
component, topcoat system. This formulation is based
on a unique acrylic/polyurethane technology that offers
high solids and high performance. DF21 Flex Agent
is designed to give partial or full flexibility to UNO HD
Colors without changing durability, gloss or overall
quality.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do use R-M 812 Fisheye Eliminator if necessary,
add 1/4 to 1/2 cap full per quart or gun cup.
•Do use UNO HD color mixture within 3 hours for
best results.
•Do measure amount of hardener and reducer DO NOT ESTIMATE.
•Do use JET95 0.5 to 1% with DH46 or DH47 if
necessary.
•Do shake new tinting bases for 15 minutes on
a mechanical paint shaker before placing on a
mixing machine.
Technical Data
Viscosity
20-23 sec. #4 Ford cup
•Do agitate tinting bases on a mixing machine
at the start of the work day for 15 minutes and
every 4 hours throughout the day to ensure good
color matching.
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity)
1.5-1.6 mm
Fluid Tip (HVLP gravity)
1.5-1.6 mm
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE)
8-10 psi at air cap
Things NOT to DO:
Number of Coats
2 wet coats
Thickness
2.5-3.0 mils
•Do not attempt to recoat, sand or compound
until the final coat has dried a minimum of 24
hours.
Pot Life
3 hours @ 22°C/72°F
•Do not use if the shop temperature is below
15°C/60°F.
Coverage
Varies based on color
VOC as Applied
500-535 gms/ltr
(4.1-4.5 lbs/gal)
(varies based on color
and gloss)
•Do not use any hardeners other than DH42,
DH44, DH46 or DH47 or reducers other than
UR Series.
•Do not use Jet95 when using DH42.
•Do not use HD17 or HD18 in this presentation.
•Do not use UNO HD wet-on-wet over EP569,
EP669, EP769 or EP869.
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
UNO HD Color 340 gms/liter (2.8 lbs/gal) VOC
Application on Flexible Parts
Products
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UNO HD Color
851 Prep and Wash
869 1K Low VOC Adhesion Promoter
870 High Solids Adhesion Promoter for Plastics
902 Plastic Prep Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM902 Aero-Max Plastic Prep and Cleaner
DF21 Flex Agent
DH99 Low VOC Fast Hardener
DH100 Low VOC Hardener
DH105 High Temp Low VOC Hardener
VR Series Reducers
Cleaning
Pretreatments
Mixing Ratio
See Flexible Parts section “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle Surface for Undercoating”.
See Flexible Parts section “869 1K Low VOC Adhesion Promoter” or “870 High Solids
Adhesion Promoter for Plastics”.
4:1:2:2
4 parts UNO HD
1 part DF21
2 parts DH99, DH100 or DH105
2 parts VR Reducer
Application
Drying
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 8/8/13
Apply 1 medium wet coat
10 minutes flash between coats
Apply a 2nd medium wet coat
20°C/68°F
2 to 3 hours
60°C/140°F 30 minutes
70°C/160°F 25 minutes
N/A
UNO HD Color 340 gms/liter (2.8 lbs/gal) VOC
on Flexible Parts Technical Data
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Characteristics
Things to DO:
R-M UNO HD is a high solids Single Stage, two
component, topcoat system. This formulation is based
on a unique acrylic/polyurethane technology that offers
high solids and high performance. DF21 Flex Agent
is designed to give partial or full flexibility to UNO HD
Colors without changing durability, gloss or overall
quality.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do bake immediately when force drying.
•Do use R-M 812 Fisheye Eliminator if necessary,
add 1/4 to 1/2 cap full per quart or gun cup.
•Do use UNO HD color mixture within 4 hour for
best results.
•Do measure the amount of hardener and reducer
- DO NOT ESTIMATE.
•Do use JET95 0.5 to 1% with DH100 or DH105 if
necessary.
Technical Data
Viscosity
15-17 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE gravity)
1.3-1.4 mm
Fluid Tip (HVLP gravity)
1.5-1.6 mm
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE)
8-10 psi at air cap
Number of Coats
Thickness
•Do agitate tinting bases on a mixing machine
at the start of the work day for 15 minutes and
every 4 hours throughout the day to ensure good
color matching.
2 medium wet coats
Things NOT to DO:
2.5-3.0 mils
•Do not attempt to recoat, sand or compound
until the final coat has dried a minimum of
24 hours.
Pot Life
4 hours @ 20°C/68°F
Coverage
Varies based on color
VOC as Applied
•Do shake new tinting bases for 15 minutes on
a mechanical paint shaker before placing on a
mixing machine.
264-340 gms/ltr
(2.2-2.8 lbs/gal)
•Do not use if the shop temperature is below
15°C/60°F.
•Do not use any hardeners other than DH99,
DH100 or DH105 or reducers other than VR
Series.
•Do not use Jet95 when using DH99.
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
VP126 Flash Fill UV Primer Surfacer
Application as a Primer Surfacer on Flexible Parts
Products
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VP126 Flash Fill UV Primer Surfacer
851 Prep and Wash
868 1K Plastic Primer
869 1K Low VOC Adhesion Promoter
870 High Solids Adhesion Promoter for Plastics
901 Pre-Paint Solvent Cleaner
902 Plastic Prep Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM902 Aero-Max Plastic Prep and Cleaner
DF21 Flex Agent
Cleaning
Pretreatments
Mixing Ratio
See Flexible Parts section “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle Surface for Undercoating”.
See Flexible Parts section “868 1K Plastic Primer”, “869 1K Low VOC Adhesion Promoter”
or “870 High Solids Adhesion Promoter for Plastics”.
4:1
4 parts VP126
1 part DF21
Application
1 to 2 wet coats
1 to 2 minutes minimum flash between coats
3 to 5 minutes minimum flash before UV curing
Drying
UV cure with UVA lamp 3 to 10 inches away for 2 to 3 minutes
UV primer can be cured by sunlight.
Sanding/
Polishing
•Exposure time is dependant on UV intensity (average time is 5 to 20 mins).
•Allow to flash before exposing to sunlight.
•Surface cure will indicate extent of cure.
•Can not be cured in the rain.
Can be sanded immediately after UV cure.
Sand with P320 to P500 grit paper.
Notes
US Rev. 11/1/10
•Surface will be slightly tacky but can be sanded without wiping, and will not load
sandpaper when wet sanded.
•If cleaning of the primer surface is desired prior to sanding, wipe surface with R-M
901 or 909.
Film will build rapidly with this product.
VP126 Flash Fill UV Primer Surfacer
as a Primer Surfacer on Flexible Parts Technical Data
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Characteristics
Things to DO:
VP126 Flash Fill UV Primer Surfacer is a one component,
high build, UV curable primer for application over plastic
surfaces when flexed with DF21. DF21 is designed to
give flexibility to VP126.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do use up to 10% VR29 to reduce VP126 if
necessary, however longer flash off time may be
required.
•Do stir primer or put on shaker before use to
eliminate settling.
•Do use R-M 868, 869 or 870 as an adhesion
promoter over bare flexible plastic.
•Do use IR or forcebake to accelerate the cure of
the topcoat.
Technical Data
Viscosity
24-28 sec. #4 Ford cup
Things NOT to DO:
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity)
1.0-1.5 mm
•Do not apply more than 2 coats, 6.0 mil wet
maximum.
Fluid Tip (HVLP gravity)
1.0-1.5 mm
•Do not apply in direct sunlight.
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE)
8-10 psi at air cap
Number of Coats
1 to 2 wet coats
Wet Film Thickness
2.0-6.0 mils
Dry Film Thickness
1.5-5.0 mils
Pot Life
•Do not spray to hiding.
No pot life if not exposed
to UV or visible light for
an extended period of
time
Coverage
483 sq ft/gal @ 2.0 mils
VOC as Applied
264 gms/ltr (2.2 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
Flexible Parts Procedures
Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle Surface for Topcoating
Process
Materials Required
1) Wash the flexible part.
Water and a mild detergent soap.
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851 Prep and Wash
2) Rinse thoroughly and let dry.
3) Clean the flexible part.
902 Plastic Prep Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM902 Aero-Max Plastic Prep and Cleaner
4) Sand the flexible part.
P320 grit wet or dry
Gray Sanding Pad
5) Clean entire panel to remove sanding residue.
902 Plastic Prep Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM902 Aero-Max Plastic Prep and Cleaner
6) Remove all dirt from cracks and surfaces.
Air blow gun
7) Tack entire part.
Clean tack rag
US Rev. 11/1/10
DC01NB Energy Saving Speed Clear
Application of Clearcoat on Flexible Parts
Products
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DC01NB Energy Saving Speed Clear
851 Prep and Wash
900 Pre-Kleano
901 Pre-Paint Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
DF21 Flex Agent
DH16 Normal Hardener
DH18 Slow Hardener
UR Series Reducers
Cleaning
Topcoating
Mixing Ratio
See Topcoat Section - “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle for Topcoating” for vehicle prep.
See Topcoat Section - Diamont or ONYX HD Basecoat
Step 1 - 5:1
Step 2 - 3:1:15%
5 parts DC01NB
1 part DF21
3 parts DC01NB/DF21 mixture
1 part DH16 or DH18
15% UR Reducer
DH18 hardener can be used under high temperature conditions in combination with high
temperature reducers.
Lower amounts of reducer can be used depending on the technician’s choice. 15% of UR
Reducer is the maximum amount recommended.
Application
2 medium wet coats
3 to 5 minutes flash between coats
Drying
20°C/68°F
Dust Free
Dry Time to Handle
4 to 7 minutes
15 to 30 minutes
Buff and Polish Time 15 to 30 minutes
Please note that the dry time will be slightly longer when the material is flexed.
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 8/14/12
Wet Sand - 1200 grit or finer
May be baked for 15 minutes at 50°C/120°F if desired.
Do not use DH14.
DC01NB Energy Saving Speed Clear
Clearcoat on Flexible Parts Technical Data
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Characteristics
Things to DO:
DC01NB Energy Saving Speed Clear is a Super Fast, nobake, two component acrylic urethane clear. DC01NB
flash time between coats is 3-5 minutes and it can be
buffed after 15-30 minutes under air-dry conditions.
DC01NB Clear produces a high gloss, durable
automotive finish that is recommended for spot repair
and up to 3 panel repairs for topcoating Diamont and
ONYX HD basecoat colors.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do use 809 Fisheye Eliminator in DC01NB if
necessary.
•Do measure amount of hardener and reducer - DO
NOT ESTIMATE.
•Do use the DC01NB mixture within one hour for
best results.
Things NOT to DO:
Technical Data
Viscosity 14-16 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.4-1.5 mm
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.4-1.5 mm
•Do not attempt to recoat DC01NB until the final
coat has dried for a minimum of 24 hours.
•Do not use DC01NB if the shop temperature is
below 15°C/60°F.
•Do not bake above 50°C/120°F if baking.
•Do not use DH14.
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 9 psi at air cap
Number of Coats 2 medium wet coats
Thickness 1.7-2.0 mils
Pot Life 1 hour @ 20°C/68°F
Coverage 327 sq ft/gal @ 2.0 mils
VOC as Applied 410 gms/ltr (3.4 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
DC21NB Low VOC Energy Saving Speed Clear
Application of Clearcoat on Flexible Parts
Products
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DC21NB Low VOC Energy Saving Speed Clear
851 Prep and Wash
901 Pre-Paint Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
DF21 Flex Agent
DH100 Low VOC Hardener
DH105 Low VOC Hardener - High Temp
VR Series Reducers
Cleaning
Topcoating
Mixing Ratio
See Topcoat Section - “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle for Topcoating” for vehicle prep.
See Topcoat Section - ONYX HD Basecoat
Step 1 - 5:1
Step 2 - 4:1:1
5 parts DC21NB
1 part DF21
4 parts DC21NB/DF21 mixture
1 part DH100
1 part VR Reducer
DH105 hardener can be used under high temperature conditions in combination with high
temperature reducers.
Application
2 medium wet coats
3 to 4 minutes flash between coats
Drying
22°C/72°F
Dust Free
Dry Time to Handle
5 to 15 minutes
45 to 60 minutes
Buff and Polish Time 45 to 60 minutes
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 3/14/12
Wet Sand - 1200 grit or finer
May be baked for 15 minutes at 50°C/120°F if desired.
Do not use DH99.
DC21NB Low VOC Energy Saving Speed Clear
Clearcoat on Flexible Parts Technical Data
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Characteristics
Things to DO:
DC21NB Low VOC Energy Saving Speed Clear is a
Super Fast, no-bake, two component acrylic urethane
clear. DC21NB flash time between coats is 3-4 minutes
and it can be buffed after 15-30 minutes under air-dry
conditions. DC21NB Low VOC Clear produces a high
gloss, durable automotive finish that is recommended
for spot repair and up to 3 panel repairs for topcoating
ONYX HD basecoat colors.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do use 809 Fisheye Eliminator in DC21NB if
necessary.
•Do measure amount of hardener and reducer - DO
NOT ESTIMATE.
•Do use the DC21NB mixture within 45 minutes 1 hour for best results.
Things NOT to DO:
•Do not attempt to recoat DC21NB until the final
coat has dried for a minimum of 24 hours.
Technical Data
Viscosity 16-18 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.4-1.5 mm
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.4-1.5 mm
•Do not use DC21NB if the shop temperature is
below 15°C/60°F.
•Do not bake above 50°C/120°F if baking.
• Do not use DH99.
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 9 psi at air cap
Number of Coats 2 medium wet coats
Thickness 1.7-2.0 mils
Pot Life
1 hour @ 20°C/68°F
Coverage 298 sq ft/gal @ 2.0 mils
VOC as Applied 180 gms/ltr (1.5 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
DC92 High Solids Clear
Application of Clearcoat on Flexible Parts
Products
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DC92 High Solids Clear
851 Prep and Wash
902 Plastic Prep Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM902 Aero-Max Plastic Prep and Cleaner
DF21 Flex Agent
DH42 Rapid Hardener
DH44 Medium Hardener
DH46 Normal Hardener
DH47 Slow Hardener
UR Series Reducers
Cleaning
Topcoating
Mixing Ratio
See Flexible Parts section “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle Surface for Topcoating”.
See Topcoat Section - Diamont or ONYX HD Basecoat
5:1:2:4
5 parts DC92
1 part DF21
2 parts DH42, DH44, DH46 or DH47
4 parts UR Reducer
Application
2 to 3 medium wetcoats
5 to 10 minutes flash between coats
Drying
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 3/12/13
20°C/68°F
4 to 5 hours
60°C/140°F
30 to 45 minutes
Recoat
24 hours
Compound
24 hours
Wet Sand - 1200 grit or finer
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DC92 High Solids Clear
Clearcoat on Flexible Parts Technical Data
Characteristics
Things to DO:
DC92 High Solids Clear is a two component, high build,
acrylic urethane clear for topcoating Diamont Basecoat
Colors. DC92 produces a very glossy, durable and
chemically resistant automotive finish. DF21 is designed
to give flexibility to DC92.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do use 809 Fisheye Eliminator in DC92 if
necessary.
•Do bake immediately for best results.
•Do measure the amount of hardener and reducer
- DO NOT ESTIMATE.
Technical Data
Viscosity
16-19 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity)
1.3-1.5 mm
Fluid Tip (HVLP gravity)
1.3-1.5 mm
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE)
9-10 psi at air cap
Number of Coats
Thickness
Pot Life
2 to 3 medium wet coats
1.8-2.2 mils
3 hours @ 20°C/68°F
Coverage
264 sq ft/gal @ 2.0 mils
VOC as Applied
587 gms/ltr (4.9 lbs/gal)
•Do use the DC92 mixture within 3 hours for best
results.
•Do use up to 10% UR70 Reducer in extremely
hot, humid weather to slow the drying time of
DC92.
•Do use DH42 in cool weather to decrease dry
times.
•Do add up to a maximum of 1 oz. per quart
of HR5 JET 5 to the DC92/DH46 mixture to
improve cure times in cool weather.
Things NOT to DO:
•Do not attempt to recoat, sand or compound
DC92 until the final coat has dried for a minimum
of 24 hours.
•Do not use DC92 if the shop temperature is
below 15°C/60°F.
Repair of DC92 High Solids Clear
•Do not use HR5 Jet 5 if DH42 Hardener is used.
1. Allow the DC92 to dry for 24 hours at 20°C/68°F before
performing a repair.
2. After 24 hours air dry, DC92 can be lightly scuff
sanded and additional basecoat color or DC92 Clear
applied. Follow the standard application procedures.
3. After DC92 has air dried for 24 hours, small sags or
dirt can be removed by sanding with 1200 grit (or finer)
sandpaper followed by compounding the clear with a
fine compound to restore the gloss.
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
DC5100 CTR Clear
Application of Clearcoat on Flexible Parts
Products
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DC5100 CTR Clear
851 Prep and Wash
902 Plastic Prep Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM902 Aero-Max Plastic Prep and Cleaner
DF21 Flex Agent
DH14 Fast Hardener
DH16 Normal Hardener
DH18 Slow Hardener
UR Series Reducers
Cleaning
Topcoating
Mixing Ratio
See Flexible Parts section “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle Surface for Topcoating”.
See Topcoat Section - Diamont or ONYX HD Basecoat
5:1:3:1
5 parts DC5100
1 part DF21
3 parts DH14, DH16 or DH18
1 part UR Reducer
Application
2 medium wet coats
5 to 10 minutes flash between coats
Drying
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 11/1/10
20°C/68°F
2 hours
50°C/120°F
30 to 35 minutes
Wet Sand - 1200 grit or finer
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DC5100 CTR Clear
Clearcoat on Flexible Parts Technical Data
Characteristics
Things to DO:
DC5100 CTR Clear is a two component, high build,
acrylic urethane clear for topcoating Diamont or
ONYX HD Basecoat colors. Applied at 4.2 VOC, DC5100
meets 5.0 VOC requirements while producing a very
glossy, durable and chemically resistant automotive
finish. DC5100 has excellent flow and leveling, good sag
resistance, is user friendly and has fast drying properties.
DF21 is designed to give flexibility to DC5100.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do use over Diamont or ONYX HD Basecoat
Colors.
•Do bake immediately for best results.
•Do measure the amount of hardener and reducer
- DO NOT ESTIMATE.
•Do use the DC5100 mixture within 1.5 hours for
best results.
•Do allow DC5100 to dry 2 hours before recoating
or attempting to remove dirt by lightly sanding
and compounding.
Technical Data
Viscosity
14-16 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity)
1.3-1.5 mm
Fluid Tip (HVLP gravity)
1.3-1.5 mm
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE)
9-10 psi at air cap
Number of Coats
Thickness
Pot Life
2 medium wet coats
•Do use a very small amount of 809 Fisheye
Eliminator (maximum of 1/2 oz. per quart) if
fisheyes are encountered.
•Do use DH14 in cool weather to decrease dry
time.
•Do add up to a maximum of 1% HR5 Jet5
or Jet95 to the DH5100/hardener mixture to
improve cure times in cool weather (1% for
RFU, equates to 40 grams Jet95 per gallon of
unhardened DC5100 Clear.)
2.0-2.5 mils
1 to 1.5 hours @
20°C/68°F
Things NOT to DO:
Coverage
296 sq ft/gal @ 2.0 mils
•Do not use DC5100 if the shop temperature is
below 15°C/60°F.
VOC as Applied
515 gms/ltr (4.3 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
DC5300 CTR Baking Clear
Application of Clearcoat on Flexible Parts
Products
F
DC5300 CTR Baking Clear
851 Prep and Wash
902 Plastic Prep Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM902 Aero-Max Plastic Prep and Cleaner
DF21 Flex Agent
DH42 Rapid Hardener
DH44 Medium Hardener
DH46 Normal Hardener
DH47 Slow Hardener
UR Series Reducers
Cleaning
Topcoating
Mixing Ratio
See Flexible Parts section “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle Surface for Topcoating”.
See Topcoat Section - Diamont or ONYX HD Basecoat
4:1:2:4
4 parts DC5300
1 part DF21
2 parts DH42, DH44, DH46 or DH47
4 parts UR Reducer
Application
2 medium wet coats
5 to 15 minutes flash between coats
Drying
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 3/12/13
60°C/140°F
30 to 45 minutes
Wet Sand - 1200 grit or finer
DC5300 CTR Baking Clear
Clearcoat on Flexible Parts Technical Data
F
Characteristics
Things to DO:
DC5300 CTR Baking Clear is a very high solids, two
component, high build, acrylic urethane baking clearcoat
used to topcoat Diamont or ONYX HD Basecoat
colors. Applied at 4.1 VOC, DC5300 meets 5.0 VOC
requirements while producing a very glossy, durable
and chemically resistant automotive finish. DC5300
is recommended for baking conditions ranging in
temperature from 100°F to 180°F. DF21 is designed to
give flexibility to DC5300.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do use 809 Fisheye Eliminator in DC5300 if
necessary.
•Do bake immediately for best results.
•Do measure the amount of hardener and reducer
- DO NOT ESTIMATE.
•Do use the DC5300 mixture within 2.5 hours for
best results.
•Do use DH47 for hot weather conditions.
•Do use DH42 in cool weather to decrease
dry time.
Technical Data
Viscosity
15-17 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity)
1.6-1.8 mm
Fluid Tip (HVLP gravity)
1.3-1.5 mm
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE)
9-10 psi at air cap
Number of Coats
Thickness
•Do add up to a maximum of 1 ounce of Jet95
to improve cure time at 140°F. (1 ounce equates
to 25 grams Jet95 per gallon of unhardened
DC5300 Clear.)
•Do add up to a maximum of 3 ounces of Jet95
to improve cure time at 120°F. (3 ounces equates
to 75 grams Jet95 per gallon of unhardened
DC5300 Clear.)
2 medium wet coats
2.0-2.5 mils
Things NOT to DO:
2 to 2.5 hours @
20°C/68°F
•Do not use DC5300 if the shop temperature is
below 15°C/60°F.
Coverage
290 sq ft/gal @ 2.0 mils
•Do not use HR5 Jet5 or Jet95 if DH42 Hardener
is used.
VOC as Applied
557 gms/ltr (4.7 lbs/gal)
Pot Life
•Do not use Jet95 with baking temperatures
higher than 140°F.
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
DC5335 Glamour Clear
Application of Clearcoat on Flexible Parts
Products
F
DC5335 Glamour Clear
851 Prep and Wash
902 Plastic Prep Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM902 Aero-Max Plastic Prep and Cleaner
DF21 Flex Agent
DH42 Rapid Hardener
DH44 Medium Hardener
DH46 Normal Hardener
DH47 Slow Hardener
UR Series Reducers
VR Series Reducers
Cleaning
Topcoating
Mixing Ratio
Application
See Flexible Parts section “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle Surface for Topcoating”.
See Topcoat Section - Diamont or ONYX HD Basecoat
Step 1 - 4:1
Step 2 - 3:1:1
4 parts DC5335
1 part DF21
3 parts DC5335/DF21 mixture
1 part DH42, DH44, DH46 or DH47
1 part UR or VR Reducer
2 medium wet coats over Diamont or ONYX HD basecoats
5 to 15 minutes flash between coats
Drying
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 3/12/13
20°C/68°F
4 hours
50°C/120°F
45 minutes
60°C/140°F
30 minutes
Wet Sand - 1500 grit or finer
F
DC5335 Glamour Clear
Clearcoat on Flexible Parts Technical Data
Characteristics
Things to DO:
DC5335 Glamour Clear is a high solids, two component,
high build, acrylic urethane baking clearcoat used to
topcoat Diamont or ONYX HD Basecoat colors. Applied
at 4.1 VOC, DC5335 meets 5.0 VOC requirements
while producing a very glossy, durable and chemically
resistant automotive finish. DC5335 is recommended for
baking conditions ranging in temperature from 120°F to
140°F. DF21 is designed to give flexibility to DC5335.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do use 809 Fisheye Eliminator in DC5335 if
necessary.
•Do bake immediately for best results.
•Do measure the amount of hardener and reducer
- DO NOT ESTIMATE.
•Do use the DC5335 mixture within 6 hours for
best results.
•Do use DH47 for hot weather conditions.
•Do use DH42 in cool weather.
Technical Data
Viscosity
13-14 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity)
1.6-1.8 mm
Fluid Tip (HVLP gravity)
1.3-1.5 mm
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE)
9-10 psi at air cap
Number of Coats
Thickness
Pot Life
Coverage
VOC as Applied
•Do add up to a maximum of 1 ounce of Jet95
to improve cure time at 140°F. (1 ounce equates
to 25 grams Jet95 per gallon of unhardened
DC5335 Clear.)
•Do add up to a maximum of 3 ounces of Jet95
to improve cure time at 120°F. (3 ounces equates
to 75 grams Jet95 per gallon of unhardened
DC5335 Clear.)
2 medium wet coats
2.0-2.5 mils
6 hours @ 20°C/68°F
297 sq ft/gal @ 2.0 mils
UR Series Reducers
491 gms/ltr (4.1 lbs/gal)
VR Series Reducers
370 gms/ltr (3.1 lbs/gal)
Things NOT to DO:
•Do not use DC5335 if the shop temperature is
below 15°C/60°F.
•Do not use HR5 Jet5 or Jet95 if DH42 Hardener
is used.
•Do not use Jet95 with baking temperatures
higher than 140°F.
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
DC5600 CTR Production Clear
Application of Clearcoat on Flexible Parts
Products
F
DC5600 CTR Production Clear
851 Prep and Wash
902 Plastic Prep Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM902 Aero-Max Plastic Prep and Cleaner
DF21 Flex Agent
DH42 Rapid Hardener
DH44 Medium Hardener
DH46 Normal Hardener
DH47 Slow Hardener
UR Series Reducers
Cleaning
Topcoating
Mixing Ratio
See Flexible Parts section “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle Surface for Topcoating”.
See Topcoat Section - Diamont or ONYX HD Basecoat
4:2:2:3
4 parts DC5600
2 part DF21
2 parts DH42, DH44, DH46 or DH47
3 part UR Reducer
Application
2 medium wet coats
2 to 5 minutes flash between coats
Drying
Dust Free
Dry Time to Handle
20°C/68°F
20 minutes
1.5 to 2 hours
50°C/120°F
N/A
15 to 20 minutes with DH42
60°C/140°F
N/A
10 to 15 minutes with DH46 or DH47
Infra Red short wave
6 to 8 minutes
Temperatures referenced above are booth temperatures.
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 3/12/13
Wet Sand - 1500 grit or finer
Dry Sand - P1500 grit or finer
24" masking is all that is required, however, when using DH42 with DC5600,
18" masking paper can be used without the overspray adhering to the
adjacent finish.
DC5600 CTR Production Clear
Clearcoat on Flexible Parts Technical Data
F
Characteristics
Things to DO:
DC5600 CTR Production Clear is a fast drying, twocomponent acrylic urethane clear for topcoating
Diamont or ONYX HD Basecoat colors. DC5600 Clear
produces a very glossy, durable and chemically resistant
automotive finish. DC5600 Clear is recommended for
spot repair and up to 2 panel repairs. DF21 is designed
to give flexibility to DC5600.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do use 809 Fisheye Eliminator in DC5600 if
necessary.
•Do use DH42 in cool weather to decrease dry
time.
•Do bake immediately for best results.
•Do measure the amount of hardener and reducer
- DO NOT ESTIMATE.
•Do use the DC5600 mixture within 2.5 hours for
best results.
Technical Data
Viscosity
14-16 sec. #4 Ford cup
•Do allow DC5600 to dry 8 hours before recoating
or attempting to remove dirt by lightly sanding
and compounding.
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity)
1.3-1.5 mm
Fluid Tip (HVLP gravity)
1.3-1.5 mm
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE)
9-10 psi at air cap
•Do not use DC5600 if the shop temperature is
below 15°C/60°F.
2 medium wet coats
•Do not use HR5 Jet5 or Jet95 in DC5600 Clear.
Number of Coats
Thickness
Pot Life (Sprayable)
Things NOT to DO:
2.0-2.5 mils
2 hours (w/DH42) @ 24°C/75°F
2.5 hours (w/DH46) @ 24°C/75°F
Coverage
282 sq ft/gal @ 2.0 mils
VOC as Applied
515 gms/ltr (4.3 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
DC5800 2.0 CTR Clear
Application of Clearcoat on Flexible Parts
Products
F
DC5800 2.0 CTR Clear
851 Prep and Wash
902 Plastic Prep Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM902 Aero-Max Plastic Prep and Cleaner
DF21 Flex Agent
DH99 Low VOC Fast Hardener
DH100 Low VOC Hardener
VR Series Reducers
Cleaning
Topcoating
Mixing Ratio
See Flexible Parts section “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle Surface for Topcoating”.
See Topcoat Section - ONYX HD Basecoat
4:2:2:1
4 parts DC5800
2 parts DH99 or DH100
2 parts VR Reducer
1 part DF21
Application
2 to 3 wet coats
5 minutes flash between coats
Drying
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 3/12/13
20°C/68°F
2.5 hours
60°C/140°F
30 minutes
Wet Sand - 1200 grit or finer
F
DC5800 2.0 CTR Clear
Clearcoat on Flexible Parts Technical Data
Characteristics
Things to DO:
DC5800 2.0 CTR Clearcoat is a two component acrylic
urethane clear for topcoating ONYX HD Basecoat
Colors. DC5800 is recommended for spot and panel
repair. DF21 is designed to give flexibility to DC5800.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do use over ONYX HD Basecoat Colors.
•Do use 809 Fisheye Eliminator if necessary.
•Do measure the amount of hardener and reducer
- DO NOT ESTIMATE.
•Do use the DC5800 mixture within 2 hours for
best results.
Things NOT to DO:
Technical Data
Viscosity
13-15 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity)
1.5 mm
Fluid Tip (HVLP gravity)
1.5 mm
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE)
8-10 psi at air cap
Number of Coats
Thickness
Pot Life
•Do not use DC5800 if the shop temperature is
below 15°C/60°F.
2 to 3 wet coats
2.0-2.5 mils
1 to 2 hours @ 20°C/68°F
Coverage
282 sq ft/gal @ 2.0 mils
VOC as Applied
200 gms/ltr (1.7 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
DC5995 Low VOC Glamour Clear
Application of Clearcoat on Flexible Parts
Products
F
DC5995 Low VOC Glamour Clear
851 Prep and Wash
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
DF21 Flex Agent
DH99 Low VOC Fast Hardener
DH100 Low VOC Hardener
DH105 Low VOC Hardener - High Temp
VR Series Reducers
Cleaning
Topcoating
Mixing Ratio
Application
See Topcoat Section - “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle for Topcoating” for vehicle prep.
See Topcoat Section - Diamont or ONYX HD Basecoat
Step 1 - 8:1
Step 2 - 4:1:1
8 parts DC5995
1 part DF21
4 parts DC5995/DF21 mixture
1 part DH99, DH100 or DH105
1 part VR Reducer
2 medium wet coats
3 to 4 minutes flash between coats
Drying
22°C/72°F
Dust Free
Dry Time to Handle
30 minutes
2 hours
Buff and Polish Time 30 minutes after bake
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 9/17/13
Wet Sand - 1500 grit or finer
May be baked for 30 minutes at 60°C/140°F if desired.
DC5995 Low VOC Glamour Clear
Clearcoat on Flexible Parts Technical Data
F
Characteristics
Things to DO:
DC5995 Low VOC Glamour Clear is a two component,
high solids, acrylic urethane clear that can be applied
over Diamont or ONYX HD basecoat colors. DC5995
Low VOC Glamour Clear produces a high gloss, durable
and chemical resistant finish.
• Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
• Do use 809 Fisheye Eliminator in DC5995 if
necessary.
• Do measure amount of hardener and reducer - DO
NOT ESTIMATE.
• Do use the DC5995 mixture within 3 - 4 hours for
best results.
Things NOT to DO:
Technical Data
Viscosity 15-17 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.4-1.5 mm
• Do not attempt to recoat DC5995 until the final
coat has dried for a minimum of 24 hours.
• Do not use DC5995 if the shop temperature is
below 15°C/60°F.
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.4-1.5 mm
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 9 psi at air cap
Number of Coats 2 medium wet coats
Thickness 2.0-2.5 mils
Pot Life 3-4 hours @ 20°C/68°F
Coverage 373 sq ft/gal @ 2.0 mils
VOC as Applied 240 gms/ltr (2.0 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
RMC2000 LVOC High Solids Clearcoat
Application of Clearcoat on Flexible Parts
Products
F
RMC2000 LVOC High Solids Clearcoat
851 Prep and Wash
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
DF21 Flex Agent
DH99 Low VOC Fast Hardener
DH100 Low VOC Hardener
DH105 Low VOC Hardener - High Temp
RMR95 Low VOC Low Temp Reducer
RMR97 Low VOC High Humidity Reducer
VR Series Reducers
Cleaning
Topcoating
Mixing Ratio
Application
See Topcoat Section - “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle for Topcoating” for vehicle prep.
See Topcoat Section - ONYX HD Basecoat
Step 1 - 4:1
Step 2 - 3:1:10% (up to 20%)
4 parts RMC2000
1 part DF21
3 parts RMC2000/DF21 mixture
1 part DH99, DH100 or DH105
10% (up to 20%) RMR or VR Reducer
2 medium wet coats
10 minutes flash between coats
Drying
20°C/68°F
2 to 3 hours
60°C/140°F
30 minutes
Infra Red short wave
Sanding/
Polishing
8 to 9 minutes
Polishing - When no accelerator is used, polishing is recommended the next day. Use
P1500 grit or finer.
To improve polishing times:
Step 1) RMC2000 mixed with DH99 and reduced with 10% RMR reducer.
Step 2) Weigh 2% Jet95 and add to the RFU mix.
Step 3) Bake the clear at 60°C/140°F for 30 minutes, then let the clear cool down to room
temperature. Around 1 hour after cool down, the clear is ready to polish. Same
procedure is used when DH100 is the hardener and 3% by weight Jet95 is added
to the RFU mix.
Notes
US Rev. 1/18/17
RMC2000 LVOC High Solids Clearcoat
Clearcoat on Flexible Parts Technical Data
F
Characteristics
Things to DO:
RMC2000 LVOC High Solids Clearcoat is a twocomponent acrylic urethane high gloss glamour clear.
It can be used for repairs ranging from small panels to
completes and large vehicles such as RVs. RMC2000
is a 2.1 VOC Clearcoat designed to be used with
ONYX HD Basecoat. It can be air dried or baked for
higher productivity. RMC2000 produces a brilliant,
durable and chemically resistant automotive finish.
• Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
• Do use 809 Fisheye Eliminator in RMC2000 if
necessary.
• Do bake immediately for best results.
• Do measure amount of hardener and reducer DO NOT ESTIMATE.
• Do use the RMC2000 mixture within one hour for
best results.
Technical Data
Viscosity 15-16 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
• Do use up to 10 - 20% by volume RMR97
Reducer in extremely hot, humid weather to get
the best appearance of RMC2000.
• Do add up to a maximum of of 2% Jet95 to
improve cure time. Please weigh the amount
RFU by weight. The mix ratio RFU would be
3:1:10% +2% jet 95 by weight using RMR95 or
RMR97.
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 8-10 psi at air cap
Number of Coats 2 medium wet coats
Thickness 2.0-2.5 mils
Pot Life 1 hour @ 20°C/68°F
Things NOT to DO:
• Do not attempt to recoat RMC2000 until the final
coat has dried for a minimum of 24 hours.
• Do not use RMC2000 if the shop temperature is
below 15°C/60°F.
Coverage 308-329 sq ft/gal (2.0 mils)
VOC as Applied < 250 gms/ltr (< 2.1 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
RMC2400 Low VOC Brilliant Clear
Application of Clearcoat on Flexible Parts
Products
F
RMC2400 Low VOC Brilliant Clear
851 Prep and Wash
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
DF21 Flex Agent
DH99 Low VOC Fast Hardener
DH100 Low VOC Hardener
DH105 Low VOC Hardener - High Temp
RMR95 Low VOC Low Temp Reducer
RMR97 Low VOC High Humidity Reducer
VR Series Reducers
Cleaning
Topcoating
Mixing Ratio
See Topcoat Section - “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle for Topcoating” for vehicle prep.
See Topcoat Section - Diamont or ONYX HD Basecoat
Step 1: 1+10%
Step 2: 4:1:Up to 15%
100 parts by volume RMC2400
10 parts by volume DF21
4 parts RMC2400/DF21 mixture
1 part DH99, DH100 or DH105
Up to 15% RMR or VR Reducer
Up to 2% Jet 95 can be added to the RFU mix by weight when using VR reducer *.
RMR95 is recommended for use in normal to high temps and normal to low humidity.
RMR97 is recommended for use in normal to high temps and normal to high humidity.
Application
2 medium wet coats
3 to 4 minutes flash between coats
Drying
22°C/72°F
Dust Free
Dry Time to Handle
75 minutes
3 to 5 hours
Buff and Polish Time 60 minutes after bake
Cure Time
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
Rev. 4/28/17
Bake 30 minutes at 60°C/140°F
Wet/Dry Sand - 1500 grit or finer
* When reducing 10% with RMR reducers, 2% Jet 95 can be added to the RFU mix by
weight
* When reducing 15% with RMR reducers,1% jet 95 can be added to the RFU mix by
weight
RMC2400 Low VOC Brilliant Clear
Clearcoat on Flexible Parts Technical Data
F
Characteristics
Things to DO:
RMC2400 Low VOC Brilliant Clear is a two component,
high solids, acrylic urethane clear that can be applied
over Diamont or ONYX HD basecoat colors. RMC2400
Low VOC Brilliant Clear produces a high gloss, durable
and chemical resistant finish.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do use 809 Fisheye Eliminator in RMC2400 if
necessary.
•Do measure amount of hardener and reducer - DO
NOT ESTIMATE.
•Do use the RMC2400 mixture within 2-5 hours
for best results.
Things NOT to DO:
Technical Data
Viscosity 13-15 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.4-1.5 mm
•Do not attempt to recoat RMC2400 until the final
coat has dried for a minimum of 24 hours.
•Do not use RMC2400 if the shop temperature is
below 15°C/60°F.
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.4-1.5 mm
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 9 psi at air cap
Number of Coats 2 medium wet coats
Thickness 2.0-2.5 mils
Pot Life 2-5 hours depending on
hardener and temperature
Coverage 314 sq ft/gal @ 2.0 mils
VOC as Applied 250 gms/ltr (2.1 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
RMC5000 General Purpose Clear
Application of Clearcoat on Flexible Parts
Products
F
RMC5000 General Purpose Clear
851 Prep and Wash
900 Pre-Kleano
901 Pre-Paint Cleaner
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
DF21 Flex Agent
DH42 Rapid Hardener
DH44 Medium Hardener
DH46 Normal Hardener
DH47 Slow Hardener
VR Series Reducers
Cleaning
Topcoating
Mixing Ratio
Application
See Topcoat Section - “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle for Topcoating” for vehicle prep.
See Topcoat Section - Diamont or ONYX HD Basecoat
Step 1: 5:1
Step 2: 4:1:1
5 parts RMC5000
1 part DF21
4 parts RMC5000/DF21 mixture
1 part DH42, DH44, DH46 or DH47
1 part VR Reducer
2 to 3 medium wet coats
5 to 10 minutes flash between coats
If it is not practical to clearcoat the entire panel and blending of the clear is necessary
(e.g., roof pillar), remelt the clearcoat edge with UBR200 Blending Solvent (1 part clear/
hardener/reducer + 5 parts UBR200) using reduced air pressure to the spray gun. The
blending of clear into a panel is not covered under the R-M warranty.
Drying
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 1/5/17
20°C/68°F
4 to 6 hours with DH42; Overnight with DH44 and DH46
60°C/140°F
30 to 45 minutes
Recoat
24 hours
Compound
24 hours
Wet Sand - 1200 grit or finer
Polish - 1 to 3 hours after baking at 60°C/140°F
RMC5000 General Purpose Clear
Clearcoat on Flexible Parts Technical Data
F
Characteristics
Things to DO:
RMC5000 General Purpose Clear is a two component,
high build, acrylic urethane clear for topcoating Diamont
or ONYX HD Basecoat Colors. RMC5000 produces a
very glossy, durable and chemically resistant automotive
finish.
• Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
• Do use 809 Fisheye Eliminator in RMC5000 if
necessary.
• Do bake immediately for best results.
• Do measure amount of hardener and reducer - DO
NOT ESTIMATE.
• Do use the RMC5000 mixture within one hour for
best results.
Technical Data
Viscosity 12-14 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 9-10 psi at air cap
Things NOT to DO:
• Do not attempt to recoat, sand or compound
RMC5000 until the final coat has dried for a
minimum of 24 hours.
• Do not use RMC5000 if the shop temperature is
below 15°C/60°F.
• Do not use HR5 Jet 5.
Number of Coats 2 to 3 medium wet coats
Thickness 2.0-2.5 mils
Pot Life 4 hours @ 20°C/68°F
Coverage 570 sq ft/gal @ 1.0 mil
VOC as Applied 442 gms/ltr (4.2 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
R-M Auxiliary Products
AP
809 Fisheye Eliminator
R-M 809 Fisheye Eliminator is specially developed for use in R-M Clearcoats. Only use if fisheyes are
encountered.
Add up to 2 ounces of R-M 809 Fisheye Eliminator per ready for use gallon of R-M Clears. Do not use in
Diamont or ONYX HD Basecoat Colors or any R-M Undercoat.
812 Fisheye Eliminator
R-M 812 Fisheye Eliminator is specially designated to reduce the effects of silicone contamination. Use with
UNO HD and only use when absolutely necessary and NEVER exceed the recommended quantities.
In the event of the appearance of craters or fisheyes, add 1/4 to 1/2 cap of R-M 812 to one quart readyfor-use UNO HD color (1/2 cap max.). Apply one to two very fine coats in the areas where fisheyes have
formedium Allow the solvents to flash off between coats. Continue the application of your UNO HD color
according to recommended procedures.
DF21 Flex Agent
R-M DF21 Flex Agent is a flexible agent used in both Low VOC and National Rule areas.
HR5 Jet5 Accelerator
R-M HR5 Jet5 is a high strength accelerator that significantly speeds drying and curing when added to R-M
Clears. (Not for use in DC100, DC5120, DC5335, DC5600, DC5775 and DC5800.)
Add up to 2 ounces of HR5 Jet5 to a ready for use gallon of DC92 Low VOC Clearcoat. Mixtures must be
used within 1 hour. Do not use in Diamont or ONYX HD Basecoat Color or any R-M Undercoat.
Jet95 Accelerator
R-M Jet95 is a specially developed accelerator – effective curing rates with less impact on pot life.
Add up to 2 ounces of Jet95 in a ready for use gallon of R-M Clears. (Not for use in DC100, DC5120,
DC5600, DC5775 and DC5800.) Do not use in Diamont or ONYX HD Basecoat Color or R-M Undercoats.
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times
while products are in use - read product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and
are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local
compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
US Rev. 11/1/10
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
Application Procedures
Products
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
Cleaning
Use AM900 to clean metal surfaces prior to painting.
Pretreatments
Mixing Ratio
Application
N/A
Ready to Spray
Shake aerosol can and spray to test.
Spray distance 6”-8”
Do not let dry. While still wet, wipe AM900 off with clean, dry cloth.
Drying
N/A
Sanding/
Polishing
N/A
Notes
US Rev. 11/1/10
Do not use on plastic parts.
AP
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
Technical Data
AP
Characteristics
Things to DO:
AM900 Pre-Kleano is a silicone, wax, grease, tar
and road-oil dissolving solvent. AM900 will remove
contamination from existing paint films, slightly
penetrate existing paint for good adhesion of
subsequent coats, and clean sanded OEM finishes for
repairing.
•Do spray product in properly vented area.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do wipe surface while still wet to remove
contaminates and residual product.
Things NOT to DO:
•Do not leave or store containers in direct
sunlight.
Technical Data
Number of Coats 1
VOC as Applied 708 gms/ltr (5.9 lbs/gal)
Normal recommended storage: 50°F-100°F.
•Do not incinerate container. Contents under
pressure.
•Do not use on plastic parts.
•Do not allow to dry on surface.
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
AM902 Aero-Max Plastic Prep and Cleaner
Application Procedures
AP
Products
AM902 Aero-Max Plastic Prep and Cleaner
Cleaning
See Flexible Parts section - “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle Surface for Undercoating”.
Use AM902 to clean plastic surface prior to painting.
Pretreatments
Mixing Ratio
Application
N/A
Ready to Spray
Shake aerosol can and spray to test.
Spray distance 6”-8”
Do not let dry. While still wet, wipe AM902 off with clean, dry cloth.
Drying
N/A
Sanding/
Polishing
N/A
Notes
US Rev. 11/1/10
AM902 Aero-Max Plastic Prep and Cleaner
Technical Data
AP
Characteristics
Things to DO:
AM902 is a plastic prep cleaner designed to remove
mold release agents, silicone, wax grease and oils
from plastic substrates.
•Do spray product in properly vented area.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do wipe surface while still wet to remove
contaminates and residual product.
Things NOT to DO:
•Do not leave or store containers in direct
sunlight.
Technical Data
Number of Coats 1
VOC as Applied 742 gms/ltr (6.2 lbs/gal)
Normal recommended storage: 50°F-100°F.
•Do not incinerate container. Contents under
pressure.
•Do not allow to dry on surface.
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
R-M 801 Metal Conditioner
Application Procedures
Products
R-M 801 Metal Conditioner
Cleaning
N/A
Pretreatments
N/A
Mixing Ratio
1:2
AP
1 part 801
2 parts Water
Application
Wipe On
Apply R-M 801 Metal Conditioner with a clean cloth or brush. Heavily rusted areas
should be scrubbed with steel wool made wet with R-M 801 mixture. Allow R-M 801 to
remain on the metal for a minute or longer. Do not let dry. While still wet, wipe the Metal
Conditioner off with a clean, dry cloth.
Drying
N/A
Sanding/
Polishing
N/A
Notes
US Rev. 11/1/10
Proper results will be obtained only when Metal Conditioner is reduced with water as
directed.
R-M 801 Metal Conditioner
Technical Data
AP
Characteristics
Things to DO:
R-M 801 Metal Conditioner is a metal etching, acid
type of cleaner which leaves an adherent phosphate
coating. For use on bare steel and aluminum to clean
and mildly etch the metal prior to priming. Improves
adhesion and minimizes rust creepage resulting
in a more durable finish. It is used to neutralize
soldering flux; remove light rust; promote adhesion of
subsequent coatings. R-M 801 is also non-flammable.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do use proper hand and eye protection.
Things NOT to DO:
•Do not use on any areas where 834 Zip Zinc
Phosphate Primer will be used.
•Do not use without reducing with water.
•Do not let 801 Metal Conditioner dry on
substrate before wiping off.
Technical Data
•Do not rinse with water.
Number of Coats 1 thin coat
VOC as Applied 25 gms/ltr (0.12 lbs/gal)
(weight of VOC per
volume of material)
VOC as Applied 191 gms/ltr (1.6 lbs/gal)
(minus water and
exempt solvents)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
R-M 825 Hydropure
Application Procedures
Products
AP
R-M 825 Hydropure
R-M ONYX HD Basecoat
Mixing Ratio
Application
30 - 35 grams per gallon of waste water.
Add 825 Hydropure by scattering the powder evenly and stir briefly.
You may add more 825 Hydropure when the waste water does not become clear after 15
minutes.
Notes
US Rev. 11/1/10
Once the coagulated substance has been separated, the clear, aqueous part may be
used again for pre-cleaning spray guns, which are finally rinsed with fresh water.
AP
R-M 825 Hydropure
Technical Data
Characteristics
Things to DO:
R-M 825 Hydropure is a powder that is added to
leftover ONYX HD waterborne basecoat waste
water. The 825 reacts with the solids in the paint and
coagulates. The solid material can be disposed of
according to local regulations, and the leftover clear
liquid can be used to clean spray guns.
•The coagulated substance must be disposed of
according to hazardous waste regulations.
•The clear, aqueous part must be disposed of
according to hazardous waste regulations.
•Do consult your local hazardous waste company
when unsure of proper disposal methods.
Things NOT to DO:
•Do not discharge into public sewage system.
•Do not mix waste water with solvent waste, keep
seperate.
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
R-M 851 Prep and Wash
Application Procedures
Products
R-M 851 Prep and Wash
Cleaning
N/A
Pretreatments
N/A
Mixing Ratio
Application
Ready for Use
Apply 851 directly to substrate with a wet grey scuff pad, using multi-directional scratches
across the entire surface area being prepped. Do not let dry. Rinse thoroughly, if part
dries before rinsing, re-wet surface and scrub again to remove residue. Dry part, tack and
proceed to painting process. You may use a detail brush to abrade cracks and crevices.
Drying
N/A
Sanding/
Polishing
N/A
Notes
US Rev. 11/1/10
AP
When prep is finished, substrate should be thoroughly scuffed and dull in appearance.
AP
R-M 851 Prep and Wash
Technical Data
Characteristics
Things to DO:
R-M 851 is a fast, convenient method for cleaning and
prepping the substrate for coating. Use on any nonporous, previously coated surface or raw plastic.
•Do use proper hand and eye protection.
•Rinse prepared area completely before drying.
•Do re-wet and scuff if residue dries.
Things NOT to DO:
•Do not use R-M 851 over bare metal.
Technical Data
Number of Coats N/A
VOC as Applied 13 gms/ltr (0.1 lbs/gal)
(weight of VOC per
volume of material)
VOC as Applied 13 gms/ltr (0.1 lbs/gal)
(minus water and
exempt solvents)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
R-M 855 SharkBITE Scuff and Clean
Application Procedures
Products
R-M 855 SharkBITE Scuff and Clean
Cleaning
N/A
Pretreatments
N/A
Mixing Ratio
Application
AP
Ready for Use
To Use 855 SharkBITE Scuff and Clean:
1.Submerge a new, unused R-M 855 SharkBITE Scuff and Clean pad in a pail of
clean, warm water for a few seconds.
2.Scuff the bumper or plastic part completely using a moistened R-M 855 SharkBITE
Scuff and Clean pad. Repeat a second time to ensure comprehensive abrasion.
There is no need to bake an unprimed plastic part before scuffing.
3.Do not allow residue to dry on the plastic. Immediately scrub and rinse surface
thoroughly with clean water. Make sure that all residue is removed.
4.Inspect the part to ensure it is uniformly abraded. If not, repeat above steps on any
areas you have missed and make sure that all residue has been removed.
5.Continue with your normal paint process. Refer to the R-M manual to determine the
plastic adhesion promoter or primer/sealer that is appropriate for the plastic. You do
not need to degrease the part.
6.Discard the used R-M 855 SharkBITE Scuff and Clean pad as it is designed to prep
a single bumper or part.
NOTE: Refer to R-M 855 SharkBITE Scuff and Clean package for additional Warnings
and Suggested First Aid Information.
Drying
N/A
Sanding/
Polishing
N/A
Notes
US Rev. 7/25/13
When prep is finished, substrate should be thoroughly scuffed and dull in appearance.
R-M 855 SharkBITE Scuff and Clean
Technical Data
AP
Characteristics
Things to DO:
R-M 855 SharkBITE Scuff and Clean is a fast,
convenient method for cleaning and prepping a
substrate for coating. Use on any non-porous,
previously coated surface or raw plastic.
•Do use proper hand and eye protection.
•Rinse prepared area completely before drying.
•Do re-wet and scuff if residue dries.
Things NOT to DO:
•Do not use R-M 855 SharkBITE Scuff and Clean
over bare metal.
Technical Data
Number of Coats N/A
VOC as Applied N/A
(weight of VOC per
volume of material)
VOC as Applied N/A
(minus water and
exempt solvents)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
R-M 903 Anti-Static Final Wipe
Application Procedures
AP
Products
R-M 903 Anti-Static Final Wipe
Cleaning
See Flexible Parts section - “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle Surface for Undercoating”.
Tack off substrate prior to application of R-M 903 Anti-Static Final Wipe.
Pretreatments
Mixing Ratio
Application
N/A
Ready for Use
Wipe On
Wet a clean white cloth or cheese cloth with R-M 903. Wipe in one direction and allow to
flash off.
Sprayable
1 mist coat
Drying
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 11/1/10
Allow 5 to 10 minutes flash-off.
N/A
R-M 903 Anti-Static Final Wipe
Technical Data
AP
Characteristics
Things to DO:
R-M 903 Anti-Static Final Wipe solution is specially
made for unpainted automotive plastic parts and/
or gelcoated fiberglass. R-M 903 was designed
and formulated to clean and reduce static charge,
minimize dirt and dust pick-up and/or prevent static
electricity build-up. Excellent when used as antistatic pretreatment spray before adhesion promoter
application, primer or topcoat application. Excellent
anti-static wipe-on cleaner unpainted plastic parts.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA
respirator. Consult product label for details.
•Do use R-M 903 Anti-Static Final Wipe to
help minimize static electricity build-up.
•Do follow recommended plastic preparation
procedures for the specific unpainted plastic
part.
•Do spray product in properly vented area.
Technical Data
Number of Coats 1 mist coat
VOC as Applied 767 gms/ltr (6.4 lbs/gal)
Things NOT to DO:
•Do not apply R-M 903 over fresh topcoats in
order to prevent possible film softening.
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
AP
R-M 909 Final Wipe
Application Procedures
Products
R-M 909 Final Wipe
Cleaning
See Topcoat section - “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle for Topcoating”.
Pretreatments
Mixing Ratio
Application
N/A
National Rule:
Low VOC
Ready for Use
1:6
1 part 909
6 parts Deionized Water
Wipe On
Wet a clean white cloth or cheese cloth with R-M 909. Wipe on and wipe off before dry
with another clean cloth.
Drying
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 11/1/10
Allow 5 to 10 minutes flash-off.
N/A
AP
R-M 909 Final Wipe
National Rule & Low VOC Technical Data
Characteristics
Things to DO:
R-M 909 Final Wipe solution will remove light
contamination from existing paint films, and clean
sanded OEM finishes, enabling good adhesion
of subsequent coats. R-M 909 can be used for
unpainted automotive plastic parts and/or gelcoated
fiberglass and can be used as anti-static pretreatment
before adhesion promoter application, primer or
topcoat application.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do check local VOC regulations for proper use.
Things NOT to DO:
•Do not let 909 dry on panel before wiping dry
with clean cloth.
•Do not use 909 over body fillers.
Technical Data
VOC as Applied National Rule:
157 gms/ltr (1.3 lbs/gal)
Low VOC:
23 gms/ltr (0.2 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
R-M 915 Waterborne Gun Cleaner
Application Procedures
Products
R-M 915 Waterborne Gun Cleaner
Cleaning
N/A
Pretreatments
N/A
Mixing Ratio
Application
Ready for Use
915 Waterborne Gun Cleaner should be used to clean spray equipment after use of
ONYX HD.
Drying
N/A
Sanding/
Polishing
N/A
Characteristics
Things to DO
AP
R-M 915 is a Waterborne Gun Cleaner designed to clean spray equipment after using the
ONYX HD system.
Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator. Consult product label for details.
Keep from freezing.
Technical Data
VOC as Applied
918 gms/ltr (7.7 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times
while products are in use - read product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and
are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local
compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
US Rev. 11/1/10
AP
MT900 Suede Texture
Texturing Agent
Products
MT900 Suede Texture
DH42 Rapid Hardener
DH44 Medium Hardener
DH46 Normal Hardener
R-M Clears
UR Series Reducers
UNO HD Color
Cleaning
Pretreatments
Mixing Ratio
See Topcoat section - “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle for Topcoating”.
See Undercoat Section.
Option 1
See UNO HD formulas with MT900.
Option 2
To texture all other UNO HD colors and R-M
clears, activate desired color formula as normal,
then add 25% - 50% MT900 to achieve the
desired appearance.
The addition of MT900 slightly reduces the pot life of the topcoat.
Application
2 to 3 coats (usually requires 1 more coat than standard non-textured color.)
Spraying distance: 12 in/30 cm
10 minutes flash between coats
Bake immediately after last coat if force drying.
Drying
20°C/68°F
90 minutes
60°C/140°F 30 minutes
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
N/A
MT900 usage levels
25%: Fine Texture
50%: Medium Texture
Stir product well before using.
US Rev. 3/12/13
AP
MT900 Suede Texture
Technical Data
Characteristics
Things to DO:
MT900 Suede Texture is a texturing agent that
enables users to add texture to UNO HD and R-M
clears to match the original appearance of painted
plastic parts. Various textures can be achieved,
according to requirements; from fine to medium.
MT900 is easy to use, compatible with UNO HD
and R-M clears and can be combined with SM09
Flattener-Special MAT09.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do use R-M 812 Fisheye Eliminator if necessary,
add 1/4 to 1/2 cap full per quart or gun cup.
•Do measure amount of hardener and reducer DO NOT ESTIMATE.
•Do use JET95 0.5 to 1% with DH46 if
necessary.
•Do use DH42 Rapid Hardener in cool weather to
reduce dry times.
Technical Data
Viscosity 18-20 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
Things NOT to DO:
•Do not attempt to recoat, sand or compound
until the final coat has dried a minimum of 24
hours.
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.3-1.5 mm
•Do not use if the shop temperature is below
15°C/60°F.
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 6 psi at air cap
•Do not use any hardeners other than DH42,
DH44 or DH46 or reducers other than UR Series.
Number of Coats 2 to 3 coats
Thickness 2.0-2.5 mils
•Do not use Jet95 in UNO HD 4.0 VOC Colors
when using DH42.
Pot Life 2-3 hours @ 20°C/68°F
Coverage 350 sq ft/gal (2.0 mils)
VOC as Applied 503-539 gms/ltr
(4.2-4.5 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
SM09 Flattener - Special MAT09
Universal Matting Agent
Products
AP
SM09 Flattener - Special MAT09
UNO HD Color
DC92 High Solids Clear
DC5100 CTR Clear
DC5120 CTR Fast Clear
DC5300 CTR Baking Clear
DC5335 Glamour Clear
DC5600 CTR Production Clear
Cleaning
Pretreatments
Mixing Ratio
See Topcoat section - “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle for Topcoating”.
See Undercoat Section.
To matte, add SM09 by volume as follows:
Low Gloss UNO HD
Application
Low Gloss R-M Clearcoat
Satin Gloss
Matte Gloss
Satin Gloss
Matte Gloss
70 parts UNO HD color
30 parts SM09
25 parts DH42, DH44,
DH46
25 parts UR Reducer
50 parts UNO HD color
50 parts SM09
25 parts DH42, DH44,
DH46
25 parts UR Reducer
Step 1:
70 parts R-M clear
30 parts SM09
Step 2:
Mix the SM09/clear
mixture as indicated on
the clearcoat’s technical
data sheet
Step 1:
50 parts R-M clear
50 parts SM09
Step 2:
Mix the SM09/clear
mixture as indicated on
the clearcoat’s technical
data sheet
2 to 3 coats (usually requires 1 more coat than the full gloss color)
5 to 10 minutes flash between coats
Bake immediately after last coat if force drying.
Drying
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
See selected product’s technical data sheet.
Do not sand or polish.
This Product is for U.S. National Rule VOC ONLY.
Stir product well before using.
When using SM09 in R-M clearcoats, use the appropriate hardener as indicated on the
product’s technical data sheet.
Gloss level is dependent on spray technique. Spray lighter/drier coats to maintain low
gloss levels.
The addition of SM09 slightly reduces the pot life of the topcoat.
US Rev. 3/12/13
SM09 Flattener - Special MAT09
Technical Data
AP
Characteristics
Things to DO:
SM09 Flattener - Special MAT09 is a matting agent
which allows one to reduce the gloss level of National
Rule VOC compliant R-M clears and UNO HD colors.
SM09 is easy to use, allows different degrees of gloss
(from total matte to semi-gloss), is pourable and can
be combined with MT900 Texturing agent to create
low gloss textured coatings.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do use R-M 812 Fisheye Eliminator if necessary,
add 1/4 to 1/2 cap full per quart of RFU UNO HD
color.
•Do use 809 Fisheye Eliminator if necessary, add
up to 1/2 ounce per quart of RFU clear.
•Do measure the hardener - DO NOT ESTIMATE.
•Do use JET95 0.5 to 1% with DH46 if
necessary.
•Do use rapid hardener in cool weather to reduce
dry times.
Technical Data
Viscosity
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity)
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity)
See Technical
Information on
specific product.
Number of Coats
•Do not use Jet95 in UNO HD 4.0 VOC Colors
when using DH42.
Thickness
Coverage
•Do not attempt to recoat until the final coat has
dried a minimum of 24 hours.
•Do not use if the shop temperature is below
15°C/60°F.
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE)
Pot Life
Things NOT to DO:
This Product is for
U.S. National Rule
VOC ONLY.
•Do not attempt to polish the clear or UNO HD
mixture with SM09. Polishing will result in a
glossy finish.
VOC as Applied
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
SM10 Low VOC Matte Additive
Universal Matting Agent
Products
AP
SM10 Low VOC Matte Additive
DC21NB Low VOC Energy Saving Speed Clear
DC98 2.0 VOC Clearcoat
DC5800 2.0 CTR Clear
DC5900 Low VOC Pre-Flexed Clear
Cleaning
Pretreatments
Mixing Ratio
See Topcoat section - “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle for Topcoating”.
See Undercoat Section.
To matte, add SM10 by volume as follows:
Low Gloss R-M Clearcoat
Satin Gloss
Step 1:
70 parts R-M clear
30 parts SM10
Step 2:
Mix the SM10/clear mixture as indicated
on the clearcoat’s technical data sheet
Application
Matte Gloss
Step 1:
50 parts R-M clear
50 parts SM10
Step 2:
Mix the SM10/clear mixture as indicated
on the clearcoat’s technical data sheet
SM10 may be added up to a 100% to RFU Material. Additional reduction is optional.
2 to 3 coats (usually requires 1 more coat than the full gloss material)
5 to 10 minutes flash between coats
Bake immediately after last coat if force drying.
Drying
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
See selected product’s technical data sheet.
Do not sand or polish.
Stir product well before using.
When using SM10 in R-M clearcoats, use the appropriate hardener as indicated on the
product’s technical data sheet.
Gloss level is dependent on spray technique. Spray lighter/drier coats to maintain low
gloss levels.
The addition of SM10 slightly reduces the pot life of the clearcoat.
US Rev. 8/7/13
SM10 Low VOC Matte Additive
Technical Data
AP
Characteristics
Things to DO:
SM10 Low VOC Matte Additive is a matting agent
which allows one to reduce the gloss level of R-M
clears. SM10 is easy to use, allows different degrees
of gloss (from total matte to semi-gloss) and is
pourable. This is a Low VOC additive and will not
increase the VOC of 250 gms/ltr RFU material.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do use 809 Fisheye Eliminator if necessary, add
up to 1/2 ounce per quart of RFU clear.
•Do measure the hardener - DO NOT ESTIMATE.
•Do use JET95 up to 1% as necessary where
approved for the specific clear being applied
(refer to clearcoat technical data sheet).
•Do use rapid hardener in cool weather to reduce
dry times.
Technical Data
Viscosity
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity)
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity)
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE)
Things NOT to DO:
See Technical
Information on
specific product.
•Do not attempt to recoat until the final coat has
dried a minimum of 24 hours.
•Do not use if the shop temperature is below
15°C/60°F.
•Do not attempt to polish the clear mixture with
SM10. Polishing will result in a glossy finish.
Number of Coats
Thickness
Pot Life
Coverage
VOC as Applied
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
Special Procedures
Cleaning & Preparing New Parts including E-coat for Topcoating
SP
Process
Materials Required
1) Wash the new part.
Water and a mild detergent soap.
851 Prep and Wash
2) Rinse thoroughly and let dry.
3) Clean the new part.
900 Pre-Kleano
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
4) Sand the primer coating.
P320 grit
5) Clean the entire part to remove sanding residue.
900 Pre-Kleano or
901 Pre-Paint Cleaner
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
6) If bare metal cut throughs are present or filling is required,
apply a primer-surfacer such as: (DE17, DP20, DP21 or EP
Series) or a Sealer such as: (DP21, DS30, DS40, EP Series, or
Polyuroxy Wet-On-Wet Sealer).
Use the recommended procedures found in the Undercoat
section of this manual.
7) Remove all dirt from cracks and surfaces
Air blow gun
8) Tack entire part.
Clean tack rag
US Rev. 9/6/12
SP
HB055 Onyx Blender Pro II
Application Procedures
Products
HB055 Onyx Blender Pro II
851 Prep and Wash
900 Pre-Kleano
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
BCH10 Basecoat Hardener
HB020 Hydromix
HB040 Hydromix Slow
ONYX HD Waterborne Basecoat
Cleaning
Mixing Ratio
See Topcoat Section - “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle for Topcoating” for vehicle prep.
Orientation Coat
HB055
HB020 or HB040
Application
Additive in ONYX HD
100 parts
60 parts
HB055 - RFU
ONYX HD - RFU
100 parts
100 parts
With hardener
Orientation Coat
Additive in ONYX HD
HB055
100 parts
HB020 or HB040 60 parts
BCH105%
Step 1: ONYX HD mixing formula
HB020 or HB040
BCH10
100 parts
80 parts
5%
Step 2: Above mixture
HB055 (orientation mix)
100 parts
100 parts
Note: Over reduction with HB020 or HB040, while possible, may result in crawling
when using a large spray gun tip or during high humidity.
1 wet coat
2 to 5 minutes flash until slightly matte, for best results blend color into HB055 while
still wet.
Drying
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
20°C/68°F
15 minutes under ventilation
N/A
Shelf life: 12 months from manufactured date.
Keep HB055 from freezing.
Agitate well between each product added for optimum results.
If BCH10 is used in color step, it should be used in HB055 Onyx
Blender Pro II at 5%.
US Rev. 12/13/12
HB055 Onyx Blender Pro II
Technical Data
SP
Characteristics
Things to DO:
ONYX Blender Pro II is used either as a uniform finish
blender or as a additive in ONYX HD. It will help cover
sanding marks in fade out areas and will also absorb
overspray during the blending process. ONYX Blender
Pro II eliminates a dark, blotchy side tone caused by
poorly orientated effect pigments.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do use HB055 Onyx Blender Pro II to melt in
ONYX HD Color when completing a color blend.
•Do agitate if mixture has not been agitated for more
than 3 hours.
•Do agitate well between each product added for
optimum finish.
•Do use 190/200 micron filters, nothing finer.
Technical Data
Viscosity 21-24 sec. #4 Ford cup
Things NOT to DO:
•Do not use if the shop temperature is below
15°C/60°F.
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.3 mm-1.5 mm
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.3 mm
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 8-10 psi at air cap
Number of Coats 1 wet coat
Pot Life with BCH10 15 to 30 minutes
Coverage 158 sq ft/gal @ 0.5 mil
VOC as Applied 420 gms/ltr (3.5 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
HB10S Ultra Flash Flake
Application Procedures
SP
Application: Repair process with water-thinnable products for a fast, economical quality finish in compliance with
international VOC legislation.
1. Edge to edge repair
1-1. Substrates
R-M undercoats or full cured, solvent resistant old paint work.
1-2. Pretreatment
1) Apply guide coat.
2)Sand substrates with a dual action sander and P500 grit sand paper.
3) Reapply guide coat.
4)Sand with a dual action sander and P1000 grit sand paper, to cover the sanding marks from the P500.
5)Degrease with 909.
Notes
• If the rough surface of primer filler remains, it will result in a scaly appearance.
• If the sand-scratch marks from the P500 remains, it will affect the surface quality by mottling or
telegraphing the sand-scratches.
• Use guide coat to control the sanding process.
• Use soft interface pad for orbital sander.
1-3. Application of HB055 Onyx Blender Pro II
Mixing ratio:
HB055
HB020 or HB040
Volume
100 parts
60 parts
Spray coats:
1 wet
Flash off time:
15 minutes 68°F / 20°C
Spray gun setting: HVLP 1.3 - 1.4 mm
Notes
• For ground coat, apply wet coat to avoid generating peel on the surface.
• Allow the total dry time to expire in order to avoid creating a scaly surface.
1 coat
US Rev. 2/15/12
HB10S Ultra Flash Flake
Application Procedures
SP
1. Edge to edge repair (continued)
1-4. Application of ONYX HD containing HB10S Ultra Flash Flake
ONYX HD HB10S shade as supplied by distributor.
Volume
Mixing ratio:
ONYX HD HB10S shade
100
HB040 Hydromix Slow
60 - 80
(Stir immediately after having added adjusting base)
Spray coats:
2 medium wet plus 2 - 3 effect coats
Flash off time:
Flash off until matte after each single coat.
Spray gun setting: HVLP 1.3 - 1.4 mm
Notes
• Use of tack rag is not recommended in between coats once effect coats have been applied.
• Inspect for unevenness and mottling using artificial light in booth with lights turned off.
2 coats + 2 - 3 effect coats
1-5. Application of DC- clear
Apply DC- clear according to technical information.
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
HB10S Ultra Flash Flake
Application Procedures
SP
Application: Repair process with water-thinnable products for a fast, economical quality finish in compliance with
international VOC legislation.
2. Blend-in technique
2-1. Substrates
R-M undercoats or full cured, solvent resistant old paint work.
2-2. Pretreatment
1)Sand filler surfacer area with a dual action sander and P500 grit sand paper.
2)Sand with a dual action sander and P1000 grit sand paper, to cover the sanding marks from the P500.
3)Sand with a dual action sander and P1500 grit sand paper on the fade out zone.
4) Degrease with 909.
Note
• If the rough surface of primer filler remains, it will result in a scaly appearance.
• If the sand-scratch marks from the P500 remains, it will affect the surface quality by mottling or
telegraphing the sand-scratches.
• Use sanding guide to control the sanding process.
• Use soft interface pad for orbital sander.
500, 1000
1500
2-3. Application of HB055 Onyx Blender Pro II (1)
Mixing ratio:
HB055
HB020 or HB040
Volume
100 parts
60 parts
Spray coats:
1
Flash off time:
flash off until matte
Spray gun setting: HVLP 1.3 - 1.4 mm
1 coat
US Rev. 2/15/12
HB10S Ultra Flash Flake
Application Procedures
SP
2. Blend-in technique (continued)
2-4. Application of ONYX HD HB10S Ultra Flash Flake
ONYX HD HB10S shade as supplied by distributor.
Volume
Mixing ratio:
ONYX HD HB10S
100
HB040 Hydromix Slow
60 - 80
(Stir immediately after having added adjusting base)
Spray coats:
2 medium wet
Flash off time:
Flash off until matte after each single coat.
Spray gun setting: HVLP 1.3 - 1.4 mm
2 coats
2-5. Application of HB055 Onyx Blender Pro II (1)
Mixing ratio:
HB055
HB020 or HB040
Spray coats:
1
Flash off time:
Volume
100 parts
60 parts
flash off until matte
Spray gun setting: HVLP 1.3 - 1.4 mm
Note
• Before the effect coats of ONYX HD, apply a wet coat of HB055 on the blending area to avoid overspray
mist.
1 coat
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
HB10S Ultra Flash Flake
Application Procedures
SP
Application: Repair process with water-thinnable products for a fast, economical quality finish in compliance with
international VOC legislation.
2. Blend-in technique (continued)
2-6. Application of ONYX HD HB10S Ultra Flash Flake
ONYX HD HB10S shade as supplied by distributor.
Volume
Mixing ratio:
ONYX HD color
100
HB040 Hydromix Slow
60 - 80
(Stir immediately after having added adjusting base)
Spray coats:
2 - 3 effect coats
Flash off time:
Flash off until matte after each single coat
Spray gun setting: HVLP 1.3 - 1.4 mm
Note
• Use of tack rag is not recommended in between coats once effect coats have been applied.
• Inspect for unevenness and mottling using artificial light in booth with lights turned off.
2 effect coats
2-7. Application of DC- clear
Apply DC- clear according to technical information.
US Rev. 2/15/12
SB01 Low VOC Mixing Clear
Underhood Application Procedure Using ONYX HD Basecoat National Rule
Products
SP
SB01 Low VOC Mixing Clear
851 Prep and Wash
900 Pre-Kleano
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
DH42 Rapid Hardener
DH44 Medium Hardener
DH46 Normal Hardener
ONYX HD Waterborne Basecoat
UR30 Universal Spot and Panel Reducer
UR40 Universal Low Temp Reducer
UR50 Universal Mid Temp Reducer
Cleaning
Mixing Ratio
See Topcoat Section - “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle for Topcoating” for vehicle prep.
Pre-mix
For direction on mixing the color, please see Smart Trak.
RFU Mixture
Above Mixture
DH42, DH44 or DH46
UR Reducer
3 parts
10%
1 part
Be advised the hardener is the 10% portion of this formula. The 10% is calculated on
the paint portion.
Application
2 - 3 medium wet coats
5 - 10 minutes flash between coats
Drying
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 5/18/16
20°C/68°F
20 minutes to 1 hour, depending on the number of coats
60°C/140°F
15 minutes
N/A
Agitate well by machine. Hand shaking is not enough.
SB01 Low VOC Mixing Clear
Technical Data for Underhood Application Procedure Using ONYX HD
Basecoat - National Rule
SP
Characteristics
Things to DO:
SB01 Onyx Underhood Converter is designed to give a
durable finish to underhood applications while utilizing
the the Onyx bases and color mixes. SB01 makes your
underhood applications durable and fast drying with
good coverage and better hiding.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do agitate if mixture has not been agitated for more
than 4 hours.
Things NOT to DO:
•Do not use if the shop temperature is below
15°C/60°F.
Technical Data
Viscosity 13-15 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.3 mm
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.3 mm
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 10 psi at air cap
Number of Coats 2-3 medium wet coats
Pot Life 3 hours
Coverage 244 sq ft/gal @ 1.0 mil
VOC as Applied 600 gms/ltr (5.0 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
SB01 Low VOC Mixing Clear
Underhood Application Procedure Using ONYX HD Basecoat Low VOC Areas
Products
SP
SB01 Low VOC Mixing Clear
851 Prep and Wash
909 Final Wipe
AM900 Aero-Max Pre-Kleano
DH99 Low VOC Fast Hardener
DH100 Low VOC Normal Hardener
ONYX HD Waterborne Basecoat
VR Series Reducers
Cleaning
Mixing Ratio
See Topcoat Section - “Cleaning & Preparing Vehicle for Topcoating” for vehicle prep.
Pre-mix
For direction on mixing the color, please see Smart Trak.
RFU Mixture
Above Mixture
DH99 or DH100
VR Reducer
3 parts
10%
1 part
Be advised the hardener is the 10% portion of this formula. The 10% is calculated on
the paint portion.
Application
2 - 3 medium wet coats
5 - 10 minutes flash between coats
Drying
Sanding/
Polishing
Notes
US Rev. 5/18/16
20°C/68°F
20 minutes to 1 hour, depending on the number of coats
60°C/140°F
15 minutes
N/A
Agitate well by machine. Hand shaking is not enough.
SB01 Low VOC Mixing Clear
Technical Data for Underhood Application Procedure Using ONYX HD
Basecoat - Low VOC Areas
SP
Characteristics
Things to DO:
SB01 Onyx Underhood Converter is designed to give a
durable finish to underhood applications while utilizing
the the Onyx bases and color mixes. SB01 makes your
underhood applications durable and fast drying with
good coverage and better hiding.
•Do use the appropriate NIOSH/MSHA respirator.
Consult product label for details.
•Do agitate if mixture has not been agitated for more
than 4 hours.
Things NOT to DO:
•Do not use if the shop temperature is below
15°C/60°F.
Technical Data
Viscosity 13-15 sec. #4 Ford cup
Fluid Tip (HE Gravity) 1.3 mm
Fluid Tip (HVLP Gravity) 1.3 mm
Air Pressure (HVLP/HE) 10 psi at air cap
Number of Coats 2-3 medium wet coats
Pot Life 3 hours
Coverage 242 sq ft/gal @ 1.0 mil
VOC as Applied 340 gms/ltr (2.8 lbs/gal)
Materials described are for application by professional trained personnel only using proper equipment. Products may be hazardous and should be used according to label directions and technical data information. Appropriate respiratory protection should be worn at all times while products are in use - read
product label and Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details. Statements and methods described are based upon the latest standard of technology known to the manufacturer. Application procedures cited are suggestions only and are not to be interpreted as warranty for events resulting from their
use. Dilution ratios are intended to provide maximum performance within the typical Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) restriction for product use. Specific VOC limits need to be referenced to verify local compliance. Altering the solvent or dilution ratio may impact VOC compliance. User is solely responsible
to ensure product use and application is in accordance with all applicable regulatory, legislative, and municipal requirements.
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