Portable Module Buildings

Portable Module Buildings
2014 SPECIFICATION GUIDE
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Table of Contents
Page
Introduction
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Identifying painting requirements
How do I use this specification guide
 Contacting my local Axalta Coating Systems Representative
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3
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Paint Selection
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
Identifying the correct paint system
Table I - Paint Systems For Portable & Modular Buildings
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5-7
(Substrate – Exterior Exposure)
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Table II - Recommended paint specifications for facility-indoors
Table III - Description of recommended products
8-9
10-13
Painting Guidelines
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Surface preparation description by substrate
Methods of paint application
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Introduction
We have prepared this specification guide for the Portable & Modular Building industry
based on our analysis of your new construction and maintenance painting needs. In studying
your industry, we have found that you would prefer a simplified approach to painting. Our
approach would keep your Portable or Modular Building in good condition, easy to clean &
maintain, simplify your paint selection, minimize painting problems, and above all, give you
the greatest value for your painting dollars.
Axalta’s approach also addresses your health, safety, and environmental permitting needs.
In addition to the systems mentioned in this guide, custom designed systems that meet
and/or exceed your local air regulatory agency requirements are also available. Detailed
information may be obtained by contacting your authorized Axalta Coating Systems
distributor for evaluation. Your authorized Axalta Coating Systems distributor stands ready
to work with you in handling all your paint and painting problems. If, however, you prefer
to manage your own maintenance program, you can by following the information given in
this guide.
The topics covered in this specification guide include selecting the right paint for each job,
preparing surfaces for painting, simplified painting techniques and helpful ways to use color.
Copies of product literature for all the products specified in this guide are available from
Axalta Coating Systems on our web site, axalta.us. This information, plus that given in
Section II (Paint Selection), will help you in ordering the right products for your painting.
To use these specifications, simply refer to the appropriate Section. All information
normally required for maintenance painting can be found there. Should you need further
information, please contact your authorized Axalta Coating Systems Distributor, who is
ready to assist you in all phases of your painting. The authorized Axalta Coating Systems
distributor in your area can be found on our website, axalta.us or by calling toll-free:
1 855 6 AXALTA
**NOTE: The information contained in this guide supersedes any prior product
recommendations.**
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Paint Selection - The “Paint System” Approach
A basic feature of the simplified approach to painting Axalta has developed for Portable &
Modular Buildings market, is the use of “paint systems” designed for specific substrates of
your product line.
By a “paint system” we mean the proper combination of (1) surface preparation, (2) paint
products and (3) application for a given surface. Each of the three elements plays an
important role in the final and most economical performance of paints and finishes for your
product line.
We have selected the proper combination for each type of application you are likely to
encounter. The paint systems for outdoor use are listed in Table I. The paint systems for
indoor use are listed in Table II. Both tables will allow you to readily determine the
recommended system for each area or type of exposure within your product line.
Although your Axalta Coating Systems Distributor or Representative will be happy to
prepare all of your facility painting specifications, you may wish to do your own paint
selection. If so, use Table I or Table II as a reference. Then after you have selected the
appropriate system for the area you want to paint, you can find out what paints are
necessary for each system by referring to Table III. This table provides you with a brief
description of each of the products specified in Tables I and II as well as application
information and dry times for each of the products.
For full information on these products, you may also wish to consult the product data sheets
on each of the products referred to in this Section. Product data sheets and Material Safety
Data Sheets may be obtained through our website at axalta.us.
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TABLE I
PAINT SYSTEMS FOR PORTABLE & MODULAR BUILDINGS
SUBSTRATE – EXTERIOR EXPOSURE
BUILDING
COMPONENT
SURFACE
RATING
Good
Roof, Walls,
Support steel
Carbon Steel
Better
Best
COATING SYSTEMS PRODUCTS
(DFT)
Primer: Tufcote® 2.5 PR™ (2-3)
Topcoat:
Imron® 2.1 HG™ + (1.5-2)
or
Imron® 3.5 HG™ + (2-3)
Primer: Corlar® 2.1 PR-P™ (3-4)
Topcoat:
or
Imron® 2.1 HG™ + (1.5-2)
Imron® 3.5 HG™ + (2-3)
Primer: Corlar® 2.1 ST™ (4-5)
Topcoat: Imron® Industrial
Strength (2-3)
Or
Imron® 2.1 HG™ + (1.5-2)
Or
Imron® 3.5 HG™ + (2-3)
COMMENTS
Fast dry alkyd primer
New high gloss polyurethane
New high gloss polyurethane
Fast dry smooth epoxy primer
New high gloss polyurethane
New high gloss polyurethane
Satin epoxy mastic
Ultra Low VOC High Gloss
polyurethane
New high gloss polyurethane
New high gloss polyurethane
Primer: Tufcote® 1.9 HG-D™ (2-3)
High gloss acrylic latex DTM
Topcoat: Tufcote® 1.9 HG-D™ (2-3)
High gloss acrylic latex DTM
Primer: Corlar® 2.1 ST™ (to fill)
Topcoat: Tufcote® 1.9 HG-D™ (2-3)
Satin epoxy mastic
High gloss acrylic latex
Primer: Corlar® 2.1 ST™ (to fill)
Topcoat: Imron® Industrial
Strength (2-3)
Or
Imron® 2.1 HG™ + (1.5-2)
Or
Imron® 3.5 HG™ + (2-3)
Fast dry smooth epoxy primer
Ultra Low VOC High Gloss
polyurethane
Primer: Tufcote® 1.9 HG-D™ (2-3)
Topcoat: Tufcote® 1.9 HG-D™ (2-3)
High gloss acrylic latex
High gloss acrylic latex
Primer: Corlar® 2.1 ST™ (4-5)
Topcoat: Imron® Industrial
Strength (2-3)
Or
Imron® 2.1 HG™ + (1.5-2)
Or
Imron® 3.5 HG™ + (2-3)
Satin epoxy mastic
Ultra Low VOC High Gloss
polyurethane
Primer: Imron® 1.5 ST-D™ (3-4)
Topcoat: Imron® 1.2 HG™ (2-3)
Waterborne urethane copolymer
Waterborne urethane copolymer
Primer: Corlar® 2.1 PR-P™ (3-4)
Topcoat: Imron® 2.1 HG™ + (1.5-2)
Or Imron® Industrial Strength (2-3)
Or
Imron® 3.5 HG™ + (2-3)
Fast dry smooth epoxy primer
Ultra Low VOC High Gloss
polyurethane
New high gloss polyurethane
Good
Walls
Concrete
Block
Better
Best
Good
Walls
Concrete,
Masonry,
Stone
Best
Good
Walls
Sheet Rock
Better
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New high gloss polyurethane
New high gloss polyurethanes
New high gloss polyurethane
New high gloss polyurethane
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TABLE I (CONTINUED)
PAINT SYSTEMS FOR PORTABLE & MODULAR BUILDINGS
SUBSTRATE – EXTERIOR EXPOSURE
BUILDING
COMPONENT
Sign Posts,
Light Poles,
Columns,
Railings,
Overhead Doors,
Columns,
Railings,
Posts
SURFACE
RATING
COATING SYSTEMS PRODUCTS (DFT)
COMMENTS
Good
Primer: Imron® 1.5 ST-D™ (3-4)
Topcoat: Imron® 1.2 HG™ (2-3)
Waterborne urethane copolymer
Waterborne urethane copolymer
topcoat
Better
DTM: Imron® 2.1 HG-D™ + (4-5)
New DTM High Gloss Polyurethane
Best
Primer: Corlar® 2.1 PR-P™ (3-4)
Topcoat: Imron® Industrial
Strength (2-3)
Or
Imron® 2.1 HG™ + (1.5-2)
Or
Imron® 3.5 HG™ + (2-3)
Fast dry smooth epoxy primer
Ultra Low VOC High Gloss
polyurethane
New High gloss polyurethane
New High gloss polyurethane
Good
DTM: Imron® 1.5 ST-D™ (4-5)
Waterborne urethane copolymer
Better
Primer: Tufcote® 2.5 PR™ (2-3)
Topcoat: Corlar® 2.8 HG™ (2-3)
Fast dry alkyd primer
High gloss epoxy topcoat
Primer: Tufcote® 2.5 PR™ (2-3)
Topcoat: Imron® 2.1 HG™ + (1.5-2)
Fast dry alkyd primer
New High gloss polyurethane
Good
Primer: Tufcote® 1.9 HG-D™ (2-3)
Topcoat: Tufcote® 1.9 HG-D™ (2-3)
High gloss acrylic latex
High gloss acrylic latex
Better
Primer: Tufcote® 2.5 PR™ (2-3)
Topcoat: Corlar® 2.8 HG™ (2-3)
Fast dry alkyd primer
High gloss epoxy topcoat
Best
Primer: Tufcote® 2.5 PR™ (2-3)
Topcoat: Imron® 2.1 HG™ + (2-3)
Fast dry alkyd primer
New High gloss polyurethane
Good
DTM: Imron® 1.5 ST-D™ (4-5)
Waterborne urethane copolymer
Better
Primer: Tufcote® 2.5 PR™ (2-3)
Topcoat: Corlar® 2.8 HG™ (2-3)
Fast dry alkyd primer
High gloss epoxy topcoat
Best
Primer: Tufcote® 2.5 PR™ (2-3)
Topcoat: Imron® 2.1 HG™ + (2-3)
Fast dry alkyd primer
New High gloss polyurethane
Carbon Steel
Pre-coated
Metal
Best
Piping & Equipment
,
Sprinkler Systems
Doors,
Frames & Trim
Carbon Steel
Carbon Steel
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TABLE I (CONTINUED)
PAINT SYSTEMS FOR PORTABLE & MODULAR BUILDINGS
SUBSTRATE – EXTERIOR EXPOSURE
BUILDING
COMPONENT
SURFACE
RATING
COATING SYSTEMS PRODUCTS (DFT)
COMMENTS
Primer: Imron® 1.5 ST-D™ (to fill)
Waterborne urethane copolymer
Topcoat: Tufcote® 1.9 HG-D™ (2-3)
High gloss acrylic latex
Primer: Corlar® 2.1 ST™ (to fill)
Satin epoxy mastic
Topcoat: Tufcote® 1.9 HG-D™ (2-3)
High gloss acrylic latex
Primer: Corlar® 2.1 ST™ (to fill)
Satin epoxy mastic
Topcoat: Imron® 2.1 HG™ + (1.5-2)
Or
Imron® 3.5 HG™ + (2-3)
New High gloss polyurethane
Good
Walls
Concrete Block
Better
Best
Primer: Tufcote 1.9 HG-D™ (2-3)
New High gloss polyurethane
High gloss acrylic latex
Topcoat: Tufcote® 1.9 HG-D™ (2-3)
High gloss acrylic latex
Primer: Corlar® 2.1 ST™ (4-5)
Satin epoxy mastic
Topcoat: Imron® 2.1 HG™ + (1.5-2)
Or
Imron® 3.5 HG™ + (2-3)
New High gloss polyurethane
®
Good
Walls
Concrete,
Masonry,
Stone
Best
Primer: Imron® 1.5 ST-D™ (2-3)
New High gloss polyurethane
Waterborne urethane copolymer
Topcoat: Tufcote® 1.9 HG-D™ (2-3)
High gloss acrylic latex
Primer: Imron® 1.5 ST-D™ (3-4)
Waterborne urethane copolymer
Topcoat: Imron® 1.2 HG™ (2-3)
Waterborne copolymer
Primer: Imron® 1.5 ST-D™ (2-3)
Waterborne urethane copolymer
Topcoat: Corlar® 2.8 HG™ (3-4)
High gloss epoxy topcoat
Good
Walls
Gypsum Board
Better
Best
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TABLE II - PAINT SYSTEMS FOR PORTABLE & MODULAR BUILDINGS
SUBSTRATE – EXTERIOR EXPOSURE
BUILDING
COMPONENT
Overhead Doors,
Columns,
Railings,
Posts
SURFACE
Pre-coated
Metal
RATING
COATING SYSTEMS PRODUCTS
(DFT)
COMMENTS
Good
DTM: Imron® 1.5 ST-D™ (4-5)
Waterborne urethane copolymer
Primer: Tufcote® 2.5 PR™ (2-3)
Topcoat: Tufcote® 3.5 HG-D™
(2-3)
®
Primer: Tufcote 2.5 PR™ (3-4)
Topcoat: Imron® Industrial
Strength (2-3)
®
Or Imron 2.1 HG™ + (1.5-2)
Or Imron® 3.5 HG™ + (2-3)
Fast dry alkyd primer
Alkyd DTM
Better
Best
Good
Piping & Equipment,
Sprinkler Systems
Carbon Steel
Better
Best
Good
Doors,
Frames & Trim
Carbon Steel
Best
Copolymer primer
Copolymer topcoat
DTM: Imron® 1.5 ST-D™ (4-5)
Waterborne urethane copolymer
Better
Roof, Walls, Support
steel
Carbon Steel
Best
Best
Fast dry alkyd primer
Alkyd DTM
Fast dry alkyd primer
Ultra Low VOC High Gloss
Polyurethane topcoat
New high gloss polyurethane
New high gloss polyurethane
Primer: Tufcote 2.5 PR™ (2-3)
Topcoat:
Imron® 2.1 HG™ + (2-3)
Fast dry alkyd primer
Primer: Corlar® 2.1 PR-P™ (2-3)
Topcoat: Imron® Industrial
Strength (2-3)
Or Imron® 2.1 HG™ + (1.5-2)
Productive Epoxy primer
Ultra Low VOC High Gloss
Polyurethane topcoat
Or
Good
New high gloss polyurethane
New high gloss polyurethane
Primer: Imron® 1.5 PR™ (2-3)
Topcoat: Imron® 1.2 HG™(2-3)
Primer: Tufcote® 2.5 PR™ (2-3)
Topcoat: Tufcote® 3.5 HG-D™
(2-3)
Primer: Tufcote® 2.5 PR™ (2-3)
Topcoat: Imron® Industrial
Strength (2-3)
Or Imron® 2.1 HG™ + (1.5-2)
Or Imron® 3.5 HG™ + (2-3)
®
Better
Fast dry alkyd primer
Ultra Low VOC High Gloss
Polyurethane topcoat
Imron® 3.5 HG™ + (2-3)
New high gloss polyurethane
New high gloss polyurethane
New high gloss polyurethane
Primer: Tufcote® 2.5 PR™ (2-3)
Topcoat:
Or Imron® 2.1 HG™ + (1.5-2)
Or Imron® 3.5 HG™ + (2-3)
Fast dry alkyd primer
Primer: Corlar® 2.1 PR-P™ (3-4)
Topcoat: Imron® 2.1 HG™ + (1.5-2)
Fast dry smooth epoxy primer
New high gloss polyurethane
Primer: Corlar® 2.1 ST™ (4-5)
Topcoat: Imron® Industrial
Strength (2-3)
Or
Imron® 2.1 HG™ + (1.5-2)
Clearcoat: Imron® EZ-3460S™ (2)
Primer: Corlar® 2.1 ST™ (to fill)
Topcoat: Imron® Ind. Strength (2.0)
Or
Imron® 2.1 HG™ + (1.5-2)
Or
Imron® 3.5 HG™ + (2-3)
Satin epoxy mastic
Ultra Low VOC High Gloss
Polyurethane topcoat
New high gloss polyurethane
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New high gloss polyurethane
New high gloss polyurethane
High gloss easy clean clearcoat
Latex satin epoxy mastic
Ultra Low VOC High Gloss
Polyurethane topcoat
New high gloss polyurethane
New high gloss polyurethane
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TABLE II (Continued)
PAINT SYSTEMS FOR PORTABLE & MODULAR BUILDINGS
SUBSTRATE – INTERIOR EXPOSURE
BUILDING
COMPONENT
Walls
SURFACE
Concrete Block
RATING
COATING SYSTEMS PRODUCTS
(DFT)
COMMENTS
Good
Primer: Imron® 1.5 ST-D™ (to fill)
Topcoat: Tufcote® 1.9 HG-D™ (2-3)
Waterborne urethane copolymer
High gloss acrylic
Better
Primer: Corlar® 2.1 ST™ (to fill)
Topcoat: Tufcote® 1.9 HG-D™(2-3)
Satin epoxy mastic
High gloss acrylic latex
Primer: Tufcote® 1.9 HG-D™ (2-3)
High gloss acrylic latex
Topcoat: Tufcote® 1.9 HG-D™ (2-3)
High gloss acrylic latex
Primer: Corlar® 2.1 ST™ (4-5)
Satin epoxy mastic
Topcoat: Imron® Industrial
Strength (2-3)
Or Imron® 2.1 HG™ + (1.5-2)
Ultra Low VOC High Gloss
Polyurethane topcoat
New high gloss polyurethane
Primer: Imron® 1.5 ST-D™ (2-3)
Waterborne urethane copolymer
Topcoat: Tufcote® 1.9 HG-D™ (2-3)
High gloss acrylic latex
Primer: Imron® 1.5 ST-D™ (2-3)
Waterborne urethane copolymer
Topcoat: Imron® 1.2 HG™ (2-3)
Copolymer topcoat
Primer: Imron® 1.5 ST-D™ (2-3)
Waterborne urethane copolymer
Topcoat: Corlar® 2.8 HG™ (3-4)
High gloss epoxy topcoat
Good
Walls
Concrete,
Masonry,
Stone
Best
Good
Walls
Gypsum Board
Better
Best
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TABLE III - PRODUCT DESCRIPTIONS
Product
Imron® Industrial
Strength
Ultra Low VOC
Polyurethane Enamel
Mix Ratio
4 Parts
1 Part
Application
Brush, roll or
spray
3-5 mils wet
2-3 mils dry
Dry Times @ 70F
Dry to touch 1 hr.
Dry to handle 2 hr.
Dry to Recoat 2 hr.
No
reduction
required
Spray is
preferred.
5-7 mils wet
2-3 mils dry
Single component
No
reduction
required
Spray is
preferred.
8-12 mils wet
3-5 mils dry
Dry to touch 20-30 min
Dry to handle 1 hour
Dry to recoat 30 minutes
with itself; 1 hour with
solvent borne
Dry to touch 20-30
minutes
Dry to handle 1 hour
Dry to recoat 30 minutes
with itself; 1 hour with
solvent borne
Imron® 2.1 HG™ +
Color
9T00-A™ Activator
3 Parts
Color
1 Part
Activator
0 to 10%
Reducer.
Apply by spray
for Maximum
Appearance.
Dry to touch: 3 hours
Dry to handle: 7 hours
Dry to recoat: 5 hours
Brush & roll
optional.
May be accelerated
with VG-805™
*See product data sheet.
Roll
Additive
1 oz.
9M05™ per
Ready to
Spray
Gallon
Film Build:
2 - 3 mils wet
Description
Next generation
polyurethane with High
Gloss, 0.3 VOC, improved
adhesion & productivity
with outstanding gloss &
color retention.
A high performance, low
VOC, no HAPS, quick dry
waterborne polyurethane
copolymer topcoat.
Components
Imron 9TXX
9T00-A™ Activator
Imron® 1.5 ST-D™
Waterborne
polyurethane
copolymer satin finish
direct-to-metal coating
A high performance, low
VOC, no HAPS, quick dry
waterborne polyurethane
copolymer designed for
use as a satin finish DTM
or primer under Imron
1.2 HG-C™ or Imron 1.2
HG
Imron® 2.1 HG™ +
High Gloss
Polyurethane
New Imron® technology
delivering a high solids,
high gloss two-package,
2.1 lbs/gal VOC, extremely
durable finish with
outstanding chemical
resistance, abrasion
resistance & flexibility as
well as outstanding gloss
& color retention.
Imron® 1.2 HG™
Waterborne
polyurethane
copolymer topcoat
See PDS for
application thinner
details.
Single component
See PDS for
application thinner
details.
Brush & Roll Additive:
9M05™
10
1.5 - 2.0 mils
dry
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Product
Imron® 2.1 +
Reduced Gloss
Polyurethane
Available in variable
gloss levels: semi
gloss, satin and flat
Description
New Imron® technology
delivering a high solids,
reduced gloss twopackage 2.1 lbs/gal VOC,
extremely durable finish
with outstanding chemical
resistance, abrasion
resistance & flexibility as
well as outstanding gloss
& color retention.
Components
Imron® 2.1 + Color
9T00-A™ Activator
9T20™ Flattener
See PDS for
application thinner
details.
Brush & Roll Additive:
9M05™
Imron® 2.1 HG-D™ +
High Gloss DTM
New Imron® technology
DTM high gloss, high build,
two-package, low HAPS,
acrylic polyurethane.
Imron® 2.1 HG-D™ +
9T00-A™ Activator
Imron® 3.5 HG™ +
High Gloss
Polyurethane
New Imron® technology
delivering a high solids
two-package, high gloss,
3.5 lbs/gal VOC with low
HAPS polyurethane
enamel. Extremely
durable finish delivers
outstanding chemical
resistance, abrasion
resistance & flexibility
with outstanding gloss &
color retention.
Imron® 3.5 HG™ +
Color
New Imron® technology
delivering a high solids
two-package, reduced
gloss, 3.5 lbs/gal VOC
with low HAPS
polyurethane enamel.
Extremely durable finish
delivers outstanding
chemical resistance,
abrasion resistance &
flexibility with
outstanding gloss & color
retention.
A high-performance, airdry clear Excellent
cleaning properties (resist
dirt, road tar and tree sap).
Delivers excellent
durability and chemical
resistance
Imron® 3.5 + Color
Imron® 3.5 + Reduced
Gloss Polyurethane
Available in variable
gloss levels: semi
gloss, satin and flat
Imron® EZ-3460S™
Clearcoat
High gloss
polyurethane clear
9T00-A™ Activator
See PDS for
application thinner
details.
Brush & Roll Additive:
9M05™
9T00-A™ Activator
9T20™ Flattener
See PDS for
application thinner
details.
Brush & Roll Additive:
9M05™
Mix Ratio
6 Parts
Color
1 Part
Activator
0 to 10%
Reducer.
Roll
Additive
1 oz.
9M05™ per
RTS Gallon
6 Parts
Imron® 2.1
HG-D™ +
1 Part
9T00-A™
Activator
4 Parts
Color
1 Part
Activator
0 to 5%
Reducer
Roll
Additive
1 oz.
9M05™ per
Ready to
Spray
Gallon
8 Parts
Color
1 Part
Activator
0 to 5%
Reducer
Roll
Additive
1 oz.
9M05™ per
RTS Gallon
Imron®
EZ-3460S™ Clear
coat
3 Parts
Imron® EZ3460S™
Imron®
EZ-3461S™ Activator
1 Part
EZ-3461S™
Activator
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Application
Apply by spray
for Maximum
Appearance.
Dry Times @ 70F
Dry to touch: 3 hours
Dry to handle: 7 hours
Dry to recoat: 5 hours
Brush & roll
optional.
May be accelerated
with VG-805™
*See product data sheet.
Film Build:
2 - 3 mils wet
1.5 - 2.0 mils
dry
Brush, roll or
spray
10 mils wet
5 mils dry
Dry to touch
Dry to handle
Dry to Recoat
Apply by spray
for Maximum
Appearance.
Dry to touch: 3 hours
Dry to handle: 7 hours
Dry to recoat: 5 hours
May be accelerated
with VG-805.
Brush & roll
optional.
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*See product data sheet.
Film Build:
3 - 5 mils wet
2 - 3 mils dry
Apply by spray
for Maximum
Appearance.
Brush & roll
optional.
Dry to touch: 3 hours
Dry to handle: 7 hours
Dry to recoat: 5 hours
May be accelerated
with VG-805.
*See product data sheet.
Film Build:
3 - 5 mils wet
2 - 3 mils dry
Spray Only
One cross-coat
Dry to touch: 4-6 hours
Dry to handle: 72 hours
1.8 – 2.2 mils
dry
Note: Up to 2 oz of
389S™ accelerator can
be used for faster dry
times.
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Product
Corlar® 2.1 PR-P™
Epoxy modified
polyamide
Corlar® 2.1 HTA™
Amido amine modified
polyamide epoxy –
aluminum filled
Corlar® 2.1 ST™
Amido amine modified
polyamide epoxy
Corlar® 2.8 HG™
Amido amine modified
polyamide epoxy
Corlar® 2.8 HG-D™
Modified polyamide
epoxy
Description
A two package
smooth epoxy
primer easily applied
without dry
overspray. Mix 2:1
with your choice of 5
activators. No
induction time and
long pot life.
A two-package, high
solids, high build,
VOC conforming
multi-use epoxy
mastic coating used
for high temperature
applications up to
450F continuous,
500F intermittent.
A two-package high
solids/build multi use
epoxy mastic
coating. Use over
tight rust/blasted
steel.
A two package high
solids multi use
epoxy enamel
topcoat with high
gloss, chemical &
abrasion resistance
& easy application
(colors will
chalk/fade in UV)
Excellent choice for
industrial,
commercial,
institutional for
durability & ease of
use (colors will
chalk/fade in UV)
Mix Ratio
2 Part
1 Part
Application
Apply by spray only
6 mils wet
3 mils dry
No reduction is
necessary
Dry Times @ 70F
Dust free 1 hours
Tack free 2-3 hours
To touch 1 hours
To recoat 2-3 hours
Hand dry 4 hours
1HTA25P™
FG-2HTA activator
Y-32035 for airless
spray, 2-5%;
conventional spray, 710%.
Use T-8054 on hot or
windy days.
RT001P for 15%
1 Part
1 Part
Brush, roll/spray
Single coat:
5-8 mils dry
non-corrosive. 1012 mils corrosive
Primer: 3-8 mils
Mid coat: 4-6 mils
Immersion:10-12
Dry to touch 2-3 hours
Dry to handle 4 hours
Dry to recoat 3 hours
Corlar® 2.1 ST™
VF-525 activator
Y-32035 for spray,
5%
1 Part
1 Part
Brush, roll or spray
Primer: 3-8 mils dry
Mid-coat: 4-6 mil
dry
Dry to touch 2-3 hours
Dry to handle 4 hours
Dry to recoat 3 hours
Corlar® 2.8 HG™
VG-026 activator
Use T-8054 on hot or
windy days
1 Part
1 Part
Brush, roll or spray
3 mils wet
2 mils dry
Dry to touch 3 hours
Dry to handle 16 hours
Dry to recoat 16 hours
Corlar® 2.8 HG-D™
VF-026 (HB DTM
activator)
1 Part
1 Part
1 hour
induction
Brush, roll or spray
8 mils wet
5 mils dry
Dry to touch 3 hours
Dry to handle 16 hours
Dry to recoat 16 hours
Components
Corlar® 2.1 PR-P™
FG-040 Activator
525-882 Buff
525-885 ANSI 61 Grey
525-971 ANSI 70 Grey
Thinners
T-1025 or T-1021… 5%
max
12
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTIONS (Continued)
Product
®
Tufcote 1.9 HG-D™
Waterborne acrylic
DTM enamel
Tufcote® 2.5 PR™
Fast Dry Primer Acrylic
modified alkyd
Description
High quality, chalkresistant acrylic
interior/exterior
finish for wood and
galvanized metal.
Self priming on bare
wood and metal
surfaces.
A single package,
fast drying universal
primer for use under
all topcoats including
enamels
Components
Single component
Mix Ratio
No
reduction
required
Application
Brush, roll or spray
5.5 mils wet
2 mils dry
Dry Times @ 70F
Dry to touch 1 hours
Dry to handle 3 hours
Dry to recoat 3 hours
Single component
Ready to
spray no
reduction
required
Spray is preferred 4
mils wet
2 mils dry
Dry to touch 30 minutes
Dry to handle 2 hours
Dry to recoat 1 hours
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PAINTING
Surface Preparation
As part of Axalta’s simplified approach to painting of Portable & Modular Building
components, we have analyzed the various types of surface preparation most likely needed
in this industry. If you follow the recommendations presented below for each of the
different types of surfaces you will be painting, you will get the best results from your
painting investment.
It is important to remember, however, that some surface preparation is always required. All
paint products are designed to perform at their best when used correctly; unless the surface
is correctly prepared to receive the paint, it will not adhere properly and may fail very early
in its lifetime.
All surfaces must be clean and free of all contamination. Clean all surfaces with detergent
and rinse with clean water rinse allowing dry prior to additional surface preparation. All
previously, painted surfaces in good condition should be scuff sanded after detergent
cleaning, to insure adequate adhesion.
Previously painted surfaces if fair to poor condition, (peeling paint, rusting, or any lack of
adhesion) need to be hand and or power tooled cleaned after detergent cleaning. Then the
surface must be primed, with recommended Axalta Coating Systems general industrial
primer.
STEEL (except galvanized)Good- Detergent/Solvent Clean (SSPC-SP 1)
Better, Hand and power tool clean (SSPC-SP2/3)
Best, Abrasive blast clean (SSPC-SP6)
GALVANIZED STEEL
Good- Detergent/Solvent Clean (SSPC-SP 1)
Better, Hand and power tool clean (SSPC-SP2/3)
Best, Abrasive blast clean (SSPC-SP7 or SP 11)
ALUMINUM*
Good*- Detergent/Solvent Clean, (SSPC-SP 1)
or use Axalta Wash Primer
Better*- Hand and power tool clean (SSPC-SP2/3)
Best- Abrasive blast clean, or etched (SSPC-SP7 or SP11)
* Must be anodized or alodized aluminum
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Application
Doing a good painting job also depends on how well you apply the paint. No matter how
well the surface is prepared, or how good the paint product, you will get the best results by
applying the paint properly.
Conditions During Painting
Generally speaking, the best temperatures for painting are normal room temperatures.
About the only time, you need worry about ambient temperature for indoor painting is when
it is hotter than 95F. When painting outdoors on a cool day, wait until the air temperature
is at least 50F; do not paint outdoors if the temperature is near 100F.
Humidity can affect your painting, too. If it is too humid, it will slow the drying of most
paints. Likewise, do not paint outdoors when it is raining, or just about to. Rain can quickly
spoil a paint job.
Finally, watch out for winds when painting outdoors. Wind can blow dust and dirt onto the
wet paint, and can also interfere with spray painting. If it is windy, wait until the wind dies
down or paint those areas that are protected from the wind.
Application Methods
The method you select for painting depends on the type of surface being coated, the size
of the job, what paint you are using and your labor costs for painting.
Spray All things considered, spray painting is usually the most economical painting
method in the long run. Conventional air spray is most commonly used, but for very large,
flat surfaces, you should consider using airless spraying. Airless spraying cans sometimes
double your painting productivity as compared with air spraying. There are several types of
spray equipment; all designed to do particular jobs. Be sure your spray equipment is in good
operating condition; fluid lines and pressure pots clean; pressure gauges and diaphragm
valves operating; spray guns clean and properly adjusted. See that effective traps for water
and oil are in the air feed side of each pressure pot and are bled before use. Properly
adjusted spray equipment can save you money, for every stroke of the gun uses up paint
and labor; wrong settings can double your spraying costs. Follow the correct spraying
techniques for the job you are doing. Hold the spray gun at the right angle, keep the gun
the right distance from the surface and move it correctly across the surface.
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APPLICATION (Continued)
Brush  Brushing paint is ordinarily the slowest and most expensive way of applying a
coating and for applying primers or undercoats to lap joints, deep pits, rivets or hand-cleaned
steel. Brushes should be clean, of good quality and the right size and shape for the surfaces
to be painted. Some of today’s newer brush filament materials may improve your painting,
speed up your work and save you money.
Roller  An economical way to apply coatings but usually not used to repaint equipment
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