tech manual table of contents

tech manual table of contents
PRO-SPRAY
TECH MANUAL
TECH MANUAL TABLE OF CONTENTS
SURFACE CLEANERS
ICR-0014, ICR-0015, ICR-1402
1-1
1-1
SELF-ETCHING & EPOXY PRIMERS
2-1
A-514 CHROMATE FREE ETCH PRIMER
A-518 EPOXY PRIMER
2-1
2-3
PLASTIC PRIMER
A-524 PLASTIC PRIMER
URETHANE PRIMERS & SEALERS
A-500 (GRAY) & A-503 (BUFF) EASY BUILD/EASY SAND PRIMERS
ENGINE BAY COLOUR
TRANSPARENT/TINTABLE SEALER - NATIONAL VOC
TRANSPARENT/TINTABLE SEALER - 3.5 VOC
PRO-SPRAY 2K SEALER COLOUR FORMULAS
A-510 2.1 VOC 2K PRIMER - GREY
INTERMIX SYSTEM
GENERAL APPLICATION PROCEDURES
SINGLE-STAGE SYSTEM PROCEDURES
CSS-3510 (3.5 VOC) SINGLE STAGE BLACK
BASECOAT SYSTEM PROCEDURES
P-451BASECOAT FACTORY-PACK JET BLACK
R-6028 BASECOAT BLENDER
ICR-1401 FADE OUT/BLENDING THINNER
REDUCERS/THINNERS
URETHANE CLEARCOAT
PSC-7000 HI-TEMP CLEARCOAT - 4.2 VOC
PSC-8000 2:1 URETHANE PRODUCTION CLEARCOAT - 4.2 VOC
PSC-9000 CLEARCOAT - 2.1 VOC
3-1
3-1
4-1
4-1
4-4
4-6
4-8
4-10
4-11
5-1
5-1
5-2
5-8
5-10
5-14
5-16
5-18
5-19
6-1
6-1
6-3
6-5
COLOUR IDENTIFICATION
7-1
COLOUR CODE LOCATIONS
COLOUR READER
7-1
7-3
UNDERSTANDING COLOUR MATCHING
8-1
CONVERSION CHARTS
9-1
GLOSSARY
10-1
WARRANTY INFORMATION - EQUIPMENT
11-1
INDEX
10-1
TECHNICAL SUPPORT
INSIDE BACK COVER
REV. 1105
PRO-SPRAY
SURFACE CLEANERS 1-1
ICR-0014™ PREMIUM PRE-PAINT SPIRIT WIPE
ICR-0015™ PREMIUM PRE-PAINT WIPE
(CALIFORNIA COMPLIANT)
ICR-1402™ PREMIUM SLOW PRE-PAINT SPIRIT WIPE
Product Description
ICR-0014, ICR-0015 & ICR-1402 pre-paint wipes are additive free, virgin petroleum distillates for
removing contaminants such as wax and grease from vehicle panels prior to painting.
Poor preparation can cause many future problems, to achieve a long lasting professional finish it is
essential to thoroughly clean and prepare the surface to be painted.
Directions for use
Before sanding use ICR-0014, ICR-0015 Premium Pre-Paint Wipe or ICR-1402 Premium Slow
Pre-Paint Wipe to remove any wax, grease, tar or other surface contaminants.
After sanding use ICR-0014, ICR-0015 Premium Pre-Paint Wipe or ICR-1402 Premium Slow
Pre-Paint Wipe to remove any sanding residue.
SAFETY
Before using Pro-Spray® products, read all safety warnings. For professional use only by trained painters. Not
for sale or use by the general public.
SUBSTRATES
Through-cured sanded paintwork, sanded 2 component primer filler/surfacer.
MIXING
Ready to use.
APPLICATION
Saturate a clean, dry, lint-free, soft cloth with ICR-0014, ICR-0015 or ICR-1402. Apply the product to a 2-3
sq. ft. area. While surface is still wet, wipe dry with a second clean soft cloth to ensure removal of all
contaminants.
Note: Always be aware that your hands can transfer body oils and salts, avoid touching the vehicle
with your bare hands.
Change cloths often.
TS-ICR0014 REV. 0905
1-2 SURFACE CLEANERS
PRO-SPRAY
PRO-SPRAY
SELF-ETCHING PRIMER 2-1
A-514TM CHROMATE FREE ETCH PRIMER
SAFETY
Before using Pro-Spray® products be sure to read all safety warnings. For professional use only by trained
painters. Not for sale or use by the general public.
SUBSTRATES
Pro-Spray Etch Primer can be applied over bare steel, aluminium, galvanized metals, GRP / fiberglass and
polyester putties, after degreasing and machine sanding with #180-#220 grit abrasive.
Note: DO NOT apply basecoats or 2k topcoats direct to A-514!
MIXING
A-514 1 part
A-516 1 part
Note: Activated material must stand 10 minutes prior to application.
VISCOSITY
18-21 seconds DIN 4 @ 70°F(20°C)
POT LIFE
24 hours @ 70°F (20°C)
Note: Freshly mixed material will provide best corrosion resistance.
SIPHON FEED
1.6-1.8mm (.063"-.070")
40 psi at the gun
GRAVITY
1.4-1.6mm (.055"-.063")
40 psi at the gun
HVLP
1.0-1.7mm (.039"-.067")
Max 10 psi cap pressure
3-8 psi fluid pressure (pressurised cup)
APPLICATION
2 single coats (approx. 1.0 mil)
Note: DO NOT apply A-514 Etch Primer over or under Epoxy Primer.
DRY TIME
15 minutes minimum @ 70°F (20°C)
Allow a longer dry time if temperature is lower than 70°F (20°C)
A-514 etch primer must be recoated with 2k primer before applying 2k topcoat .
Note: If Etch Primer has dried longer than 24 hours, scuff the surface with a grey scotchbrite, and
apply another coat.
VOC as applied ........................... 6.18 lbs/gallon
(Based on 1:1 mix ratio) .................... 753.4 gr/ltr
Meets VOC requirements of SCAQMD Rule 1151
TS-A-514 REV. 0905
2-2 SELF-ETCHING PRIMER
PRO-SPRAY
PRO-SPRAY
EPOXY PRIMER 2-3
A-518TM EPOXY PRIMER – GREY GREEN (CHROMATE FREE)
Product Description
A-518 Epoxy Primer – Grey Green (Chromate Free) has been formulated to provide excellent
adhesion and corrosion resistance to properly prepared metal, fiberglass and aluminum substrates
as well as plastic body fillers. A-518 Epoxy Primer features an easy-to-use 1:1 mixing ratio and may
be used as a sealer and topcoated with Pro-Spray A-500/A-503 Easy Build Easy Sand Primer,
Acrylic Solid Colour and the Pro-Spray Basecoat / Clearcoat Systems.
Substrates And Preparation
Substrates – A-518 Epoxy Primer has been formulated to provide excellent adhesion and corrosion
resistance to properly prepared steel, aluminum, galvanized steel, fiberglass, SMC, ABS,
polycarbonate, body fillers, and most cured painted surfaces.
Note: Do not apply A-518 Epoxy Primer over A-514 Etch Primer.
Note: Do not apply A-518 Epoxy Primer over lacquer based products.
Preparation – Clean and dry the surface. Sand surface with 220 – 380 grit abrasive. Remove all
sanding debris with a fast cleaner and allow the surface to dry thoroughly before applying primer.
Topcoating
When dry, A-518 Epoxy Primer can be topcoated with Pro-Spray two-component urethane primers,
Acrylic Solid Colour and the Pro-Spray Basecoat/Clearcoat System.
Topcoat within 24-hours. If time exceeds 24 hours, the primed surface must be sanded again prior
to application of primer or topcoat.
Special Mixing And Application Information
Mixing Directions – Under normal shop conditions, follow the mix ratios shown below. Mix
thoroughly and strain before using.
Mix Ratio: 1:1: Up to 10%
· A-518 Epoxy Primer – Grey Green (Chromate Free)
· A-520 Epoxy Primer Activator
· 2K H.S. Thinner or Compliant 2K H.S. Thinner
1 part
1 part
Up to 10% (optional)
Induction: After mixing, allow a 20-minute induction time prior to application.
Viscosity: 26-28 seconds Zahn #2 @ 75°F (24°C)
Pot Life: 24 hours @ 75°F (24°C)
Clean-up
Clean equipment after use with cleaning solvent. Dispose of according to state, local and federal
regulations.
Important Health And Safety Cautions
For professional use only. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. WARNING! CONTENTS
FLAMMABLE. VAPOR AND SPRAY MIST HARMFUL. SKIN AND EYE IRRITANT.Do not handle the
Pro-Spray products until the Material Safety Data Sheets have been read and understood in their
entirety. Ensure that all employees are trained on Material Safety Data Sheets or all chemicals with
which they come into contact. The manufacturer recommends the use of an air-supplied respirator
when exposed to vapors or spray mist. Wear protective clothing, gloves and eye safety with side
shield. This data sheet information is given in good faith but without warranty. The information
contained herein represents the current state of our knowledge and is intended as a guide to our
products and their uses; it is not intended as insurance of certain product properties or of their
specific applications. Follow all warnings on product labels. Any industrial property rights should be
observed. We guarantee perfect product quality under the terms of our general conditions of sale.
TS-A-518 REV. 0905
2-3 EPOXY PRIMER
PRO-SPRAY
A-518TM EPOXY PRIMER – GREY GREEN (CHROMATE FREE)
MIXING RATIO
1:1: Up to 10% (optional)
A-518
1 part
A-520
1 part
2K H.S. Thinner or Compliant 2K H.S. Thinner
Up to 10% (optional)
IMPORTANT NOTE: Allow a 20-minute induction time after mixing and before application.
VISCOSITY
26-28 seconds Zahn #2 @ 75°F (24°C)
POT LIFE
72 hours @ 75°F (24°C)
Clean gun immediately after Use
GUN SET-UP: CONVENTIONAL
Gravity fed gun is recommended
Fluid Tip:
Gravity Fed:
1.4 mm
Pressure:
(40-45 psi)
GUN SET UP: HVLP
Gravity fed gun is recommended
Fluid Tip:
Gravity Fed:
1.6 – 1.8 mm
Pressure:
10 psi max (Air cap)
APPLICATION
2-3 single coats.
Suggested dry film: 1-1.5 mils
FLASH TIMES
Approx, 5 minutes between coats.
No flash-off is required before baking.
DRY TIMES
Air-dry @ 75°F (24°C)
Force Dry to topcoat 140°F (60°C)
1 hour
30 minutes
IR CURING
Short wave
5-10 minutes
DRY TO SAND
Overnight @ 75°F (24°C)
P320 for solid & single layer metallic colours.
P360 for basecoats.
SAFETY
Before using Pro-Spray products be sure to read all safety warnings. For professional use only by
trained painters. Not for sale or use by the general public.
SPECIFICATIONS
VOC (Less water and exempts) - as applied 4.77 pounds/gallon 572 grams/litre
PRO-SPRAY
PLASTIC PRIMER 3-1
A-524TM PLASTIC PRIMER
Product Description
Pro-Spray® A-524 Plastic Primer is designed to provide adhesion to a wide range of plastics used by
car manufacturers. A-524 Plastic Primer is ready-to-spray.
Substrates And Preparation
Substrates - Use over flexible plastics.
Preparation – Thorough preparation and cleaning is important with plastic components. Remove
silicone-mold release agents and other contaminants with Plastics Cleaner ICR-1333. Apply Plastics
Cleaner ICR-1333 with an ultra fine scuff pad - scuffing the surface at the same time. Rinse and
thoroughly dry. Clean with ICR-0014, ICR-0015 OR ICR-1402 Pre-Paint Wipe. Allow surface to dry
completely. Apply Plastic Primer A-524.
Topcoating
Topcoating - Use of a 2 component undercoat prior to topcoating is not necessary unless higher build is
required. A-524 Plastic Primer can be directly topcoated.
Special Note - 2 component undercoats, topcoats and clearcoats, which are going to be applied to
flexible plastic parts, should be mixed with Flexible Additive P-2020. (See below)
Flex Additives - Depending on the flexibility of the plastic and the final finish required, addition of one or
more of the following additives may be necessary:
Flexible Additive, Pro-Spray® P-2020, is a plasticizing additive to enhance the flexibility of 2K paints, 2K
clearcoats and 2K undercoats, when used over flexible plastics.
Flexible Plastics
Mixing Ratio
2 component product
5 parts
Flexible Additive Pro-Spray® P-2020 1 part
Very Flexible Plastics (e.g PU Spoilers/PVC curtaining)
Mixing Ratio
2 component product
2 parts
Flexible Additive Pro-Spray® P-2020 1 part
A-500/A-503 2 Component Primer - When using A-500/A-503 2K Primer over flexible or very flexible
plastics, the mixing ratio is:
Mixing Ratio
A-500/A-503 High Build Primer
2 parts
Flexible Additive P-2020
1 part
Add flexible additive, then add hardener, and thin as directed.
Basecoats - Flexible additives should only be added to basecoats when used over very flexible PUR
foam plastics.
Mixing Ratio
Basecoat
3 parts
Flexible Additive P-2020
1 part
Add flexible additive, then add hardener, and thin as directed.
TS-A-524 REV. 0905
3-2 PLASTIC PRIMER
PRO-SPRAY
Matting Agents - 2 Component Matting Agent A-380 provides a smooth matte finish on plastic parts. It
may be used in both 2K paints and 2K clearcoats. The gloss of 2K colours and 2K clearcoats can be
reduced with the addition of matting agent A-380 as follows:
Gloss level
Semi-Gloss
Eggshell
2K Colour/2KClearcoat
1 part
1 part
Flexible Additive P-2020
2 parts
2 parts
Matting Agent
2 parts
3 parts
Mix in the matting agent, then add the hardener and thin the mixture as directed.
Note: The matting agent thickens during storage and should be stirred thoroughly before use to break
down the structure. Texturing Bases; Fine P-526, Medium P-527 and Coarse P-528 are 2 component
additives which produce the textured finishes of many original finish bumpers. They are compatible with
2 component mixing schemes giving rise to a wide range of colour options. The three Texturing Bases
enable the painting of replacement and repaired bumpers.
Mixing
Textured bumper paints should have 2 component hardener added and should be thinned as normal. Do
not strain.
There is no need to add a flexible additive.
Texturing Bases should be stirred thoroughly before use.
Texturing Bases should not be added to basecoats, 2K undercoats or 2K clearcoats.
Clean-up
Clean equipment immediately after use with cleaning solvent. Dispose of according to state, local and
federal regulations.
Important Health And Safety Cautions
For professional use only. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. WARNING! CONTENTS
FLAMMABLE. VAPOR AND SPRAY MIST HARMFUL. SKIN AND EYE IRRITANT.
Do not handle the Pro-Spray products until the Material Safety Data Sheets have been read and
understood in their entirety. Ensure that all employees are trained on Material Safety Data Sheets or all
chemicals with which they come into contact. The manufacturer recommends the use of an air-supplied
respirator when exposed to vapors or spray mist. Wear protective clothing, gloves and eye safety with
side shield.
This data sheet information is given in good faith but without warranty. The information contained herein
represents the current state of our knowledge and is intended as a guide to our products and their uses;
it is not intended as insurance of certain product properties or of their specific applications.
Follow all warnings on product labels. Any industrial property rights should be observed. We guarantee
perfect product quality under the terms of our general conditions of sale.
PRO-SPRAY
PLASTIC PRIMER 3-3
A-524TM PLASTIC PRIMER
SAFETY
Before using Pro-Spray® products, read all safety warnings.
For professional use only by trained painters. Not for sale or use by the general public.
SUBSTRATES
Over flexible plastics, 2K undercoats, topcoats and clearcoats should be mixed with Flexible Additive P-2020
at the appropriate mixing ratio.
Thorough preparation and cleaning is important with plastic components. Remove all silicone mold-release
agents and other contaminants with ICR-1333 Plastics Cleaner. Apply with an ultra fine scuff pad – scuff the
surface at the same time, rinse thoroughly and dry. Then clean with ICR-0014, ICR-0015 OR ICR-1402 PrePaint Wipe.
MIXING
A-524 Plastic Primer is ready-to-spray
GUN SET-UP
1.4 – 1.8 mm
3.0 – 3.7 bar
(45 – 55 psi)
APPLICATION
Apply 1 double coat
TIME TO TOPCOAT
Allow to dry 10 – 15 minutes before topcoating
3-4 PLASTIC PRIMER
PRO-SPRAY
PRO-SPRAY
URETHANE PRIMER/SURFACER 4-1
A-500TM GREY & A-503TM BUFF
EXTRA BUILD / EASY SAND PRIMERS
Product Description
A-500 Grey and A-503 Buff Extra Build / Easy Sand Primers are high quality 2 component acrylic
urethane primers that provide excellent build and colour holdout. These primers are easy to sand and
can be applied over a variety of substrates. Use A-500 Grey and A-503 Buff Extra Build / Easy Sand
Primers as a high build primer or primer surfacer.
Substrates And Preparation
Substrates – A-500 and A-503 Extra Build / Easy Sand Primers can be applied directly over OEM
primer, GRP / Fiberglass, existing finishes in good condition and polyester putties. Extra Build / Easy
Sand Primers can also be applied directly over epoxy primer surfacer.
Extra Build / Easy Sand Primers can be applied over bare steel, aluminum and galvanized metals after
priming with A-514 - 1:1 Etch Primer.
Note: Thermoplastic acrylic and old lacquer finishes: primer must be applied to the complete panel.
Preparation – Clean and dry the surface. Sand surface with 220-380 grit abrasive. Remove all sanding
debris with a fast cleaner and allow the surface to dry thoroughly.
Topcoating
When dry, Extra Build / Easy Sand Primers can be topcoated with Pro-Spray 2K Acrylic solid colour and
basecoat / clearcoat systems.
Topcoat within 24-hours after sanding. If time exceeds 24-hours, the primed surface must be sanded and
cleaned again prior to application of primer or topcoat.
Special Mixing And Application Information
Painting Plastics - Extra Build / Easy Sand Primers can be applied over properly prepared and primed
plastic. If the plastic is flexible, the primer must be mixed with P-2020 at a ratio of 5 parts primer to 1
part P-2020, then activated and thinned according to directions.
Activator Selection
Pro-Spray offers a range of activators to suit the speed and quality requirements needed for every type
and size of repair, under all conditions.
ICA-799 Medium Solids Extra Slow Activator:
Use on large repairs and overalls at temperatures above 85°F/ 28°C.
ICA-800 Medium Solids Slow Activator:
Use on large repairs and overalls at temperatures above 75°F or 25°C.
ICA-801 Medium Solids Normal Activator:
Use for large areas and overalls at temperatures up to 75°F / 25°C.
ICA-802 Medium Solids Express Activator:
Use on spot, panel and multi-panel repairs – ideal for use in temperatures below 75°F / 25°C.
(When used, primer will be dry to sand in approximately 120 minutes.)
ICA-803 Medium Solids Rapid Activator:
Provides the quickest dry times for spot and panel repairs – ideal for use in temperatures
below 65°F / 20°C. (When used, primer will be dry to sand in 60-90 minutes.)
TS-A-500/503 REV. 0905
4-2 URETHANE PRIMER/SURFACER
PRO-SPRAY
Thinner Selection
Thinner selection should be made according to application temperature, air movement and size of job.
The recommendations below are for guidance only. In general, use a slower thinner in fast air movement
booths and for large jobs. Use a faster thinner in slow air movement booths and for small jobs.
Thinner
ICR-1332
ICR-1692
ICR-1693
ICR-1694
Ideal Temperature Range
Below 70°F / 21°C
up to 65°F / 20°C
65°F - 85°F / 18°C-28° C
75°F - 90°F / 25°C-32° C
Clean-up
Clean equipment after use with cleaning solvent. Dispose of according to state, local and federal
regulations.
Important Health And Safety Cautions
For professional use only. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. WARNING! CONTENTS
FLAMMABLE. VAPOR AND SPRAY MIST HARMFUL. SKIN AND EYE IRRITANT.
Do not handle the Pro-Spray products until the Material Safety Data Sheets have been read and
understood in their entirety. Ensure that all employees are trained on Material Safety Data Sheets or all
chemicals with which they come into contact. The manufacturer recommends the use of an air-supplied
respirator when exposed to vapors or spray mist. Wear protective clothing, gloves and eye safety with
side shield.
This data sheet information is given in good faith but without warranty. The information contained herein
represents the current state of our knowledge and is intended as a guide to our products and their uses;
it is not intended as insurance of certain product properties or of their specific applications.
Follow all warnings on product labels. Any industrial property rights should be observed. We guarantee
perfect product quality under the terms of our general conditions of sale.
PRO-SPRAY
URETHANE PRIMER/SURFACER 4-3
A-500TM GREY & A-503TM BUFF EXTRA BUILD/EASY SAND PRIMERS
Medium Solids Primer Surfacer
Medium Solids High Build Primer
MIXING
A-500/A-503 Primer
ICA-799/800/801/802/803 Activators
ICR-1332/1692/1693/1694 Thinners
5 parts
1 part
2 parts
A-500/A-503 Primer
5 parts
ICA-799/800/801/802/803 Activators 1 part
ICR-1332/1692/1693/1694 Thinners
10%
VISCOSITY
21-24 secs BSB4 at 68°F /20°C
17-19 secs DIN4 at 68°F /20°C
Pot Life at 68°F /20°C 3 hour
Clean gun immediately after use
41-48 secs BSB4 at 68°F /20°C
30-35 secs DIN4 at 68°F /20°C
Pot Life at 68°F /20°C 1 hour
Clean gun immediately after use
GUN SET UP - CONVENTIONAL
Gravity fed gun is recommended
Fluid Tip:
Gravity Fed: 1.4 – 1.8 mm
Pressure: 3.0 – 3.3 bar (45-50 psi)
Gravity fed gun is recommended
Fluid Tip:
Gravity Fed: 1.8 – 2.2 mm
Pressure: 3.0 – 3.3 bar (45-50 psi)
GUN SET UP - HVLP
Gravity fed gun is recommended
Fluid Tip:
Gravity Fed: 1.6 – 1.8 mm
Pressure: 10 psi max (Air cap)
Gravity fed gun is recommended
Fluid Tip:
Gravity Fed: 1.8 – 2.2 mm
Pressure: 10 psi max (Air cap)
APPLICATION
2-3 single coats
2-3 single coats
Can also be applied by brush to small areas
DRY TIMES
Approx. 5 mins between coats
No flash-off is required before baking
Approx. 5-10 mins between coats
20 minutes flash-off is required before baking
Air-dry at 68°F /20°C 1.5-3 hours
Bake at a metal temperature of
140°F / 60°C 20-30 mins
Air-dry at 68°F /20°C 4 hours
Bake at a metal temperature of
140°F / 60°C 40 mins
Short wave: 5-10 minutes
Not recommended
SANDING
P600 for solid & single layer metallic colours.
P800 for basecoats
P600 for solid & single layer metallic colours.
P800 for basecoats
P320 for solid & single layer metallic colours.
P360 for basecoats
P320 for solid & single layer metallic colours
P360 for basecoats
P320 for solid & single layer metallic colours.
P360 for basecoats
P320 for solid & single layer metallic colours.
P360 for basecoats
4-4 URETHANE PRIMER/SURFACER
PRO-SPRAY
ENGINE BAY ADJUSTER
APPLICATION: ENGINE BAY COLOURS
Product Description
Pro-Spray® EBA-50™ Engine Bay Adjuster can be mixed to make engine bay colours. Engine Bay Colours are
designed to match the original semi-gloss factory finish of engine bays and internal areas.
Substrates And Preparation
Substrates – Pro-Spray® Engine Bay Colours can be applied to sanded e-coat and etch primed bare metal.
Apply directly over factory primer, existing finishes (in good condition), polyester putties and Pro-Spray 2K high build
primers. Remove surface contaminants, sand and clean before application.
Preparation – Clean and dry the surface. Sand surface with 220 – 380 grit abrasive. Remove all sanding debris with
a fast cleaner and allow the surface to dry thoroughly.
Special Mixing And Application Information
Mixing Directions –
3 Parts Engine Bay Colour
1 Part M.S. Activator (ICA-799, ICA-800, ICA-801, ICA-802, ICA-803)
1 Part 2K H.S. Thinner (ICR-1332, ICR-1692, ICR-1693, ICR-1694)
Topcoating
Pro-Spray® Engine Bay Colours can be recoated with 2K acrylic or basecoat finishes.
Note: If Pro-Spray® Engine Bay Colour has flashed off for more than 1-hour, let vehicle air dry until the next day, lightly
scuff the surface and apply topcoat or bake Engine Bay Colour for 40-minutes at 140°F (60°C), lightly scuff the surface
when cool and apply topcoat. If Engine Bay Colour has been left longer than 24-hours, sand as normal, then topcoat.
Clean-up
Clean equipment immediately after use with cleaning solvent. Dispose of according to state, local and federal
regulations.
Important Health And Safety Cautions
For professional use only. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. WARNING! CONTENTS FLAMMABLE. VAPOR
AND SPRAY MIST HARMFUL. SKIN AND EYE IRRITANT.
Do not handle the Pro-Spray products until the Material Safety Data Sheets have been read and understood in their
entirety. Ensure that all employees are trained on Material Safety Data Sheets or all chemicals with which they come
into contact. The manufacturer recommends the use of an air-supplied respirator when exposed to vapors or spray
mist. Wear protective clothing, gloves and eye safety with side shield.
This data sheet information is given in good faith but without warranty. The information contained herein represents the
current state of our knowledge and is intended as a guide to our products and their uses; it is not intended as insurance
of certain product properties or of their specific applications.
Follow all warnings on product labels. Any industrial property rights should be observed. We guarantee perfect product
quality under the terms of our general conditions of sale.
TS-EBA-50C REV. 0905
PRO-SPRAY
URETHANE PRIMER/SURFACER 4-5
ENGINE BAY COLOURS
SAFETY
Before using Pro-Spray® Products be sure to read all safety warnings.
For professional use only by trained painters. Not for sale or use by the general public.
MIXING
Engine Bay Colour
ICA-799/800/801/802/803 Activator
ICR-1332/1692/1693/1694 Thinner
3 parts
1 part
1 part
VISCOSITY
14-16 seconds DIN 4 @ 70°F (20°C)
1 hour @ 70°F (20°C) with ICA-800/801
30 minutes @ 70°F (20°C) with ICA-802
GUN SET UP - CONVENTIONAL
SIPHON FEED
1.6-1.8mm (.063"-.070")
50-55 psi at the gun
GRAVITY
1.4-1.6mm (.055"-.063")
50-55 psi at the gun
GUN SET UP - HVLP
0.8-1.5mm (.031" -.059")
Max 10 psi cap press.
3-8 psi fluid press. (Pressurized cup)
APPLICATION
1 double coat or 2 single coats with a 5-minute flash-off between single coats
(Approx. 1.0-1.5 thou / 25-35 microns)
Note: is recommended for complete panels only.
Allow to Flash-off 10-20 minutes before topcoating.
Note: If dried longer than 1 hour, see Topcoating section for instructions.
Note: Excessive delay in topcoating can cause recoat problems, particularly with basecoats.
4-6 URETHANE PRIMER/SURFACER
PRO-SPRAY
TRANSPARENT / TINTABLE SEALER (NATIONAL VOC)
Substrates And Preparation
Substrates – EBA-50™ Engine Bay Adjuster, when mixed as a Transparent/Tintable Sealer, can be applied to sanded
e-coat, etch primed bare metal, factory primer, existing finishes in good condition, polyester putties and Pro-Spray 2K
high build primer.
Preparation – Clean and dry the surface. Sand surface with 220-380 grit abrasive. Remove all sanding debris with a
fast cleaner and allow the surface to dry thoroughly.
Special Mixing And Application Information
Mixing Directions - Under normal shop conditions, follow the mix ratio below. Mix thoroughly and strain before using.
Transparent Sealer Mix Ratio
• 3 parts EBA-50 Engine Bay Adjuster
• 1 part ICA-799 M.S. Extra Slow, ICA-800 M.S. Slow, ICA-801 M.S Normal, ICA-802 M.S. Express or
ICA-803 M.S. Rapid Activator
• 2 parts ICR-1332 Express,ICR-1692 Fast, 1693 Medium, or 1694 Slow Thinner
Tintable Sealer Ratio
• 3 parts 2K Colour Sealer (follow formula on page 4-10)
• 1 part ICA-799 M.S. Extra Slow, ICA-800 M.S. Slow, ICA-801 M.S Normal, ICA-802 M.S. Express or
ICA-803 M.S. Rapid Activator
• 2 parts ICR-1332 Express, ICR-1692 Fast, 1693 Medium, or 1694 Slow Thinner
Note: When using Tintable Sealer on plastics, add 1 part P-2020 Plasticizing Additive to 5 parts of the EBA-50/Tint
Mixture (from Step 1) then activate and thin as directed.
Topcoating
When dry, EBA-50™ Transparent/Tintable Sealer can be topcoated wet on wet with 2K single stage or basecoat colour.
Note: If Transparent/Tintable Sealer has flashed off for more than 1 hour, let the vehicle air dry until the next
day. Then lightly scuff the surface and apply topcoat as directed. Or bake for 40 minutes at 140°F (60°C),
lightly scuff the surface when cool and apply topcoat as directed.
If Transparent/Tintable Sealer has been left longer than 24 hours, sand as normal then topcoat.
Clean-up
Clean equipment immediately after use with cleaning solvent. Dispose of according to state, local and federal
regulations.
Important Health And Safety Cautions
For professional use only. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. WARNING! CONTENTS FLAMMABLE. VAPOR
AND SPRAY MIST HARMFUL. SKIN AND EYE IRRITANT.
Do not handle the Pro-Spray products until the Material Safety Data Sheets have been read and understood in their
entirety. Ensure that all employees are trained on Material Safety Data Sheets or all chemicals with which they come
into contact. The manufacturer recommends the use of an air-supplied respirator when exposed to vapors or spray
mist. Wear protective clothing, gloves and eye safety with side shield.
This data sheet information is given in good faith but without warranty. The information contained herein represents the
current state of our knowledge and is intended as a guide to our products and their uses; it is not intended as insurance
of certain product properties or of their specific applications.
Follow all warnings on product labels. Any industrial property rights should be observed. We guarantee perfect product
quality under the terms of our general conditions of sale.
TS-EBA-50TNT REV. 0905
PRO-SPRAY
URETHANE PRIMER/SURFACER 4-7
TRANSPARENT / TINTABLE SEALER (NATIONAL VOC)
SAFETY
Before using Pro-Spray® Products be sure to read all safety warnings.
For professional use only by trained painters. Not for sale or use by the general public.
MIXING
Transparent Sealer Ratio
EBA-50
ICA-799/800/801/802/803
ICR-1332/1692/1693/1694 Thinner
3 parts
1 part
2 parts
Tintable Sealer Ratio
2K Colour Sealer
(See software for formulas)
ICA-799/800/801/802/803
ICR-1332/1692/1693/1694 Thinner
3 parts
1 part
2 parts
VISCOSITY
14-16 seconds DIN 4 @ 70°F (20°C)
1 hour @ 70°F (20°C) with ICA-800/801
30 minutes @ 70°F (20°C) with ICA-802
GUN SET UP - CONVENTIONAL
SIPHON FEED
1.6-1.8mm (.063"-.070")
50-55 psi at the gun
GRAVITY
1.4-1.6mm (.055"-.063")
50-55 psi at the gun
GUN SET UP - HVLP
0.8-1.5mm (.031" -.059")
Max 10 psi cap press.
3-8 psi fluid press. (Pressurized cup)
APPLICATION
1 double coat or 2 single coats with a 5-minute flash-off between single coats
(Approx. 1.0-1.5 mils / 25-35 microns)
Note: is recommended for complete panels only.
Allow to flash-off 10-20 minutes before topcoating.
Note: If dried longer than 1 hour, see Topcoating section for instructions.
Note: Excessive delay in topcoating can cause recoat problems, particularly with
basecoats.
4-8 URETHANE PRIMER/SURFACER
PRO-SPRAY
TRANSPARENT / TINTABLE SEALER (3.5 VOC)
Substrates And Preparation
Substrates – EBA-50™ Engine Bay Adjuster, when mixed as a 3.5 VOC Transparent/Tintable Sealer, can be
applied to sanded e-coat, etch primed bare metal, factory primer, existing finishes in good condition, polyester
putties and Pro-Spray 2K high build primer.
Preparation – Clean and dry the surface. Sand surface with 220-380 grit abrasive. Remove all sanding debris
with a fast cleaner and allow the surface to dry thoroughly.
Special Mixing And Application Information
Mixing Directions - Under normal shop conditions, follow the mix ratio below. Mix thoroughly and strain before
using.
Transparent Sealer Mix Ratio
• 5 parts EBA-50 Engine Bay Adjuster
• 1 part PCA-350 Slow, PCA-351 Normal, PCA-352 Express, or PCA-353 Rapid Activator
• 2 parts PCR-1762 Fast, 1763 Medium, or 1764 Slow Thinner
Tintable Sealer Ratio
• 5 parts 2K Colour Sealer (follow formula on page 4-10)
• 1 part PCA-350 Slow, PCA-351 Normal, PCA-352 Express, or PCA-353 Rapid Activator
• 2 parts PCR-1762 Fast, 1763 Medium, or 1764 Slow Thinner
Note: When using Tintable Sealer on plastics, add 1 part P-2020 Plasticizing Additive to 5 parts of the EBA-50/
Tint Mixture (from Step 1) then activate and thin as directed.
Topcoating
When dry, EBA-50™ Transparent/Tintable Sealer can be topcoated wet on wet with 2K single stage or basecoat
colour.
Note: If Transparent/Tintable Sealer has flashed off for more than 1 hour, let the vehicle air dry until the
next day. Then lightly scuff the surface and apply topcoat as directed. Or bake for 40 minutes at 140°F
(60°C), lightly scuff the surface when cool and apply topcoat as directed.
If Transparent/Tintable Sealer has been left longer than 24 hours, sand as normal then topcoat.
Clean-up
Clean equipment immediately after use with cleaning solvent. Dispose of according to state, local and federal
regulations.
Important Health And Safety Cautions
For professional use only. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. WARNING! CONTENTS FLAMMABLE.
VAPOR AND SPRAY MIST HARMFUL. SKIN AND EYE IRRITANT.
Do not handle the Pro-Spray products until the Material Safety Data Sheets have been read and understood in
their entirety. Ensure that all employees are trained on Material Safety Data Sheets or all chemicals with which
they come into contact. The manufacturer recommends the use of an air-supplied respirator when exposed to
vapors or spray mist. Wear protective clothing, gloves and eye safety with side shield.
This data sheet information is given in good faith but without warranty. The information contained herein
represents the current state of our knowledge and is intended as a guide to our products and their uses; it is not
intended as insurance of certain product properties or of their specific applications.
Follow all warnings on product labels. Any industrial property rights should be observed. We guarantee perfect
product quality under the terms of our general conditions of sale.
TS-EBA-50 3.5VOC REV. 0905
PRO-SPRAY
URETHANE PRIMER/SURFACER 4-9
TRANSPARENT / TINTABLE SEALER (3.5 VOC)
SAFETY
Before using Pro-Spray® Products be sure to read all safety warnings.
For professional use only by trained painters. Not for sale or use by the general public.
MIXING
Transparent Sealer Ratio
EBA-50
PCA-350/351/352/353
PCA-1762/1763/1764
5 parts
1 part
2 parts
Tintable Sealer Ratio
2K Colour Sealer
(See software for formula)
PCA-350/351/352/353
PCA-1762/1763/1764
5 parts
1 part
2 parts
VISCOSITY
14-16 seconds DIN 4 @ 70°F (20°C)
1 hour @ 70°F (20°C) with PCA-350/351
30 minutes @ 70°F (20°C) with PCA-350
GUN SET UP - CONVENTIONAL
SIPHON FEED
1.6-1.8mm (.063"-.070")
50-55 psi at the gun
GRAVITY
1.4-1.6mm (.055"-.063")
50-55 psi at the gun
GUN SET UP - HVLP
0.8-1.5mm (.031" -.059")
Max 10 psi cap press.
3-8 psi fluid press. (Pressurized cup)
APPLICATION
1 double coat or 2 single coats with a 5-minute flash-off between single coats
(Approx. 1.0-1.5 mils / 25-35 microns)
Note: is recommended for complete panels only.
Allow to flash-off 10-20 minutes before topcoating.
Note: If dried longer than 1 hour, see Topcoating section for instructions.
Note: Excessive delay in topcoating can cause recoat problems, particularly with
basecoats.
4-10 URETHANE PRIMER/SURFACER
PRO-SPRAY
PRO-SPRAY
URETHANE PRIMER/SURFACER 4-11
A-510TM 2.1 VOC 2K PRIMER - GREY
A-510 2.1 VOC 2K Primer is a high quality 2-component low VOC acrylic urethane primer that provides excellent
build and colour holdout. This primer is easy to sand and can be applied over a variety of substrates. Use A-510 2.1
VOC Primer as a primer surfacer in localities requiring the use of low VOC primers.
Substrates And Preparation
Substrates – Apply directly over properly prepared OEM primer, GRP / fiberglass, existing finishes in good
condition and polyester putty.
Apply over bare steel, aluminum and galvanized metals after priming with Pro-Spray A-514 Etch Primer.
Thermoplastic acrylic and old lacquer finishes: primer must be applied to the complete panel.
Painting Plastics - Pro-Spray 2.1 VOC 2K Primer can be applied over properly prepared and primed plastic. If
the plastic is flexible, the primer must be mixed with P2020 at a ratio of 5 parts primer to 1 part P2020, and then
activated according to directions.
Preparation – Clean and dry the surface. Sand surface with 220 – 380 grit abrasive. Remove all sanding debris
with a fast cleaner and allow the surface to dry thoroughly before applying primer.
Special Mixing And Application Information
Mixing Directions – Under normal shop conditions, follow the mix ratio shown below. Mix thoroughly and strain
before using.
Mix Ratio: 4:1
· A-510 2.1 VOC 2K Primer – Grey
· A-512 2.1 VOC 2K Primer Activator
4 parts
1 part
Gun Set Up: See back page.
Application: 2 – 3 single medium-wet coats
Viscosity: 26-28 seconds Zahn #2 @ 75°F (24°C)
Pot Life: 24 hours @ 75°F (24°C)
Flash: Allow approximately 5 minutes flash between coats. No flash is required before baking.
NOTE: Pro-Spray 2.1 VOC 2K Primer can not be tinted.
Sanding
·
·
·
·
Air dry at 68°F (20°C) for 1.5 – 3 hours
Bake at a metal temperature of 140°F (60°C) for 20 – 30 minutes
Short Wave: 5 – 10 minutes
See application chart for recommended abrasive.
Topcoating
·
·
When dry, Pro-Spray 2.1 VOC 2K Primer can be topcoated with Pro-Spray 2K Acrylic Solid Colour and the
Pro-Spray Basecoat / Clearcoat System.
Topcoat within 24-hours after sanding. If time exceeds 24 hours, the primed surface must be sanded, cleaned
and thoroughly dried again prior to application of primer or topcoat.
Clean-up
Clean equipment after use with cleaning solvent. Dispose of according to state, local and federal regulations.
Important Health And Safety Cautions
For professional use only. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. WARNING! CONTENTS FLAMMABLE. VAPOR
AND SPRAY MIST HARMFUL. SKIN AND EYE IRRITANT. Do not handle the Pro-Spray products until the Material
Safety Data Sheets have been read and understood in their entirety. Ensure that all employees are trained on Material
Safety Data Sheets or all chemicals with which they come into contact. The manufacturer recommends the use of an
air-supplied respirator when exposed to vapors or spray mist. Wear protective clothing, gloves and eye safety with side
shield. This data sheet information is given in good faith but without warranty. The information contained herein
represents the current state of our knowledge and is intended as a guide to our products and their uses; it is not
intended as insurance of certain product properties or of their specific applications. Follow all warnings on product
labels. Any industrial property rights should be observed. We guarantee perfect product quality under the terms of our
general conditions of sale.
TS-A-510 REV. 1105
4-12 URETHANE PRIMER/SURFACER
PRO-SPRAY
A-510TM 2.1 VOC 2K PRIMER – GREY
SAFETY
Before using Pro-Spray® Products be sure to read all safety warnings.
For professional use only by trained painters.
Not for sale or use by the general public.
MIXING
A-510 2.1 VOC 2K Primer - Grey
A-512 Activator
4 parts
1 part
VISCOSITY
26-28 secs BSB4 at 68°F/20°C
Pot Life at 68°F/20°C 1 hour
Clean gun immediately after use
22-24 secs DIN4 at 68°F/20°C
GUN SET UP - CONVENTIONAL
Gravity fed gun is recommended
Fluid Tip:
Gravity Fed: 1.4 – 1.8 mm
Pressure: 3.0 – 3.3 bar (45-50 psi)
GUN SET UP - HVLP
Gravity fed gun is recommended
Fluid Tip:
Gravity Fed: 1.6 – 1.8 mm
Pressure: 10 psi max (Air cap)
APPLICATION
2-3 single coats
DRY TIMES
Approx 5 mins between coats.
No flash-off is required before baking.
Air-dry at 68°F/20°C 1.5-3 hours
Bake at a metal temperature of 140°F/60°C 20-30 mins
Short wave: 5-10 minutes
SANDING
P-600 for solid & single layer metallic colours. P-800 for basecoats
P-320 for solid & single layer metallic colours. P-360 for basecoats
P-320 for solid & single layer metallic colours. P-360 for basecoats
PRO-SPRAY
INTERMIX SYSTEM 5-1
INTERMIX SYSTEM
GENERAL APPLICATION PROCEDURES
Substrates And Preparation
Pro-Spray mixed colors should only be applied over:
2-component Primer-Surfacer, hand sanded with P-600 or finer grade wet or dry paper, or machine
sanded with P-320 grade or finer, prior to topcoat application.
Prepared existing paintwork in sound condition. Existing paintwork should first be abraded (e.g. with
ultrafine grey scuffpad) and cleaned with ICR-0014 or ICR-1402 Spirit Wipe prior to application of colour.
NOTE: On new panels coated in electrocoat, it is essential that a 2-component primer is applied.
Colour Identification And Checking
As with all refinish paint systems, a colour check should be carried out before painting the vehicle.
Ensure mix is thoroughly stirred before carrying out colour check.
Colour Mixing
Pro-Spray Colours are mixed from MB-, HB-, AB-, SB-, PB- and VB- line mixing basics and a range of
Pro-Spray Binders using the weight-mix formulas provided. This mix should be thoroughly stirred to
achieve colour match.
In order to ensure colour accuracy, it is essential that new cans of mixing basics are thoroughly hand
stirred when opened, followed by 10 minutes stirring on a mixing machine. Thereafter, mixing basics
should be machine stirred twice a day for a minimum of 10 minutes each time.
MB =
HB =
AB =
SB =
PB =
VB =
Medium Solids Mixing Base
High Solids Mixing Base
Aluminum Basecoat Mixing Base
Single Layer Aluminum Mixing Base
Pearl Mixing Base
Very High-Solids Mixing Base
IMPORTANT: When mixing paint, always stir every mix before putting on a paint shaker or
delivering to your customer. Failure to stir mixed paint will result in little or no shelf life of mixed
paint.
TS-INTRMXSYS REV. 0905
5-2 INTERMIX SYSTEM
PRO-SPRAY
SINGLE STAGE 2-COMPONENT PAINT PROCEDURES
Solid Colours:
Apply 2 single coats. Flash off in between coats until the film is touch dry before applying the next coat
(5–10 minutes). On thermoplastic lacquer finishes and other sensitive substrates: Build up the required
film thickness with greater care by applying a lighter first coat and allowing longer flash times.
Single Layer Metallic Colours:
Apply 2 single coats followed by a double coat. To achieve the best metallic appearance add 25% extra
thinners to the mixed paint for the final double coat.
MEDIUM SOLIDS STANDARD PROCEDURE
SINGLE STAGE
Solid Colours 3:1:1
Low Bake Solid Colours
Procedure
Metallics 3:1:1
Low Bake Single Layer
Metallic Colours Procedure
Air-Dry Solid Colours
Procedure
Air-Dry Single Layer Metallic
Colours Procedure
2 Pack Colour
3 parts 2 Pack SLM Colour 3 parts 2 Pack Color
3 parts 2 Pack SLM Colour 3 parts
ICA-799/800/801 Act 1 part ICA-799/800/801 Act 1 part ICA-800/ICA-801 Act 1 part ICA-799/800/801 Act 1 part
ICR-1692/1693/1694 1 part ICR-1692/1693/1694 1 part ICR-1692/1693/1694 1 part ICR-1692/1693/1694 1 part
BSB4 20-22 secs(68°F/20°C)
DIN4 16-17 secs(68°F/20°C)
Pot Life 6-8 hours(68°F/20°C)
Clean gun immediately after
use
BSB4 16-18 secs(68°F/20°C)
DIN4 14-15 secs(68°F/20°C)
Pot Life 6-8 hours(68°F/20°C)
Clean gun immediately after
use
Fluid Tip:
Gravity Fed:
Suction Fed:
Pressure:
(50-55 psi)
Fluid Tip
1.3 – 1.6 mm Gravity Fed:
1.4 – 1.8 mm Suction Fed:
3.3 – 3.7 bar Pressure:
(50-55 psi)
Fluid Tip:
Gravity Fed:
Suction Fed:
Pressure fed:
Pressure:
(Air cap)
1.3 – 1.6 mm
1.3 – 1.6 mm
0.8 – 1.0 mm
10 psi max
Fluid Tip:
Gravity Fed:
Suction Fed:
Pressure fed:
Pressure:
(Air cap)
BSB4 24-26 secs(68°F/20°C)
DIN4 19-20 secs(68°F/20°C)
Pot Life 6-8 hours(68°F/20°C)
Clean gun immediately after
use
Fluid Tip:
1.3 – 1.6 mm Gravity Fed:
1.4 – 1.8 mm Suction Fed:
3.3 – 3.7 bar Pressure:
(50-55 psi)
1.3 – 1.6 mm
1.3 – 1.6 mm
0.8 – 1.0 mm
10 psi max
Fluid Tip:
Gravity Fed:
Suction Fed:
Pressure fed:
Pressure:
(Air cap)
BSB4 16-18 secs(68°F/20°C)
DIN4 14-15 secs(68°F/20°C)
Pot Life 6-8 hours(68°F/20°C)
Clean gun immediately after
use
Fluid Tip:
1.3 – 1.6 mm Gravity Fed:
1.4 – 1.8 mm Suction Fed:
3.3 – 3.7 bar Pressure:
(50-55 psi)
1.3 – 1.6 mm
1.4 – 1.8 mm
3.3 – 3.7 bar
Fluid Tip:
Gravity Fed:
Suction Fed:
Pressure fed:
Pressure:
(Air cap)
1.3 – 1.6 mm
1.3 – 1.6 mm
0.8 – 1.0 mm
10 psi max
1.3 – 1.6 mm
1.3 – 1.6 mm
0.8 – 1.0 mm
10 psi max
2 or 3 coats depending on
build and appearance
required.
2 single coats and 1 double
coat.
2 or 3 coats depending on
build and appearance
required.
2 single coats and 1 double
coat.
Approx 5 mins between
coats. No flash off is
required before baking.
Approx 5 mins between
coats. No flash off is
required before baking.
Approx 5 mins between
coats.
Approx 5 mins between
coats.
Bake at a metal temperature
158°F/70°C
20 mins
140°F/60°C
30 mins
122°F/50°C
60 mins
Buff/Deliver:When cool
Bake at a metal temperature
158°F/70°C
20 mins
140°F/60°C
30 mins
122°F/50°C
60 mins
Buff/Deliver:When cool
Air-Dry (68°F/20°C):
Dust free
15 mins
Handleable
6 hours
Buff/Deliver
16 hours
Air-Dry (68°F/20°C):
Dust free
15 mins
Handleable
6 hours
Buff/Deliver
16 hours
PRO-SPRAY
INTERMIX SYSTEM 5-3
MEDIUM SOLIDS EXPRESS PROCEDURE
Express Solid Colours
3:1:1
Low Bake Repair
Solid Colours Procedure
Express Solid Colours
3:1:1
Low Bake Repair
Single Layer
Metallic Colours Procedure
Express Solid Colours
3:1:1
Express Air-Dry
Solid Colours Procedure
Express Solid Colours
3:1:1
Express Air-Dry
Single Layer
Metallic Colours Procedure
2 Pack Colour
3 parts 2 Pack SLM Colour 3 parts 2 Pack Colour
3 parts 2 Pack SLM Colour 3 parts
ICA-802/ICA-803 Act 1 part ICA-802/ICA-803 Act 1 part ICA-802/ICA-803 Act 1 part ICA-802/ICA-803 Act 1 part
ICR-1692/1693/1694 1 part ICR-1692/1693/1694 1 part ICR-1692/1693/1694 1 part ICR-1692/1693/1694 1 part
BSB4 20-22 secs(68°F/20°C)
DIN4 16-17 secs(68°F/20°C)
Pot Life 2 hours(68°F/20°C)
Clean gun immediately after
use
BSB4 16-18 secs(68°F/20°C)
DIN4 14-15 secs(68°F/20°C)
Pot Life 2 hours(68°F/20°C)
Clean gun immediately after
use
Fluid Tip
Gravity Fed:
Suction Fed:
Pressure:
(45-50 psi)
Fluid Tip:
1.3 – 1.6 mm Gravity Fed:
1.4 – 1.8 mm Suction Fed:
3.0 – 3.3 bar Pressure:
(45-50 psi)
Fluid Tip:
Gravity Fed:
Suction Fed:
Pressure fed:
Pressure:
(Air cap)
1.3 – 1.6 mm
1.3 – 1.6 mm
0.8 – 1.0 mm
10 psi max
Fluid Tip:
Gravity Fed:
Suction Fed:
Pressure fed:
Pressure:
(Air cap)
BSB4 16-18 secs(68°F/20°C)
DIN4 14-15 secs(68°F/20°C)
Pot Life 3 hours(68°F/20°C)
Clean gun immediately after
use
Fluid Tip:
1.3 – 1.6 mm Gravity Fed:
1.4 – 1.8 mm Suction Fed:
3.0 – 3.3 bar Pressure:
(45-50 psi)
1.3 – 1.6 mm
1.3 – 1.6 mm
0.8 – 1.0 mm
10 psi max
Fluid Tip:
Gravity Fed:
Suction Fed:
Pressure fed:
Pressure:
(Air cap)
BSB4 16-18 secs(68°F/20°C)
DIN4 14-15 secs(68°F/20°C)
Pot Life 3 hours(68°F/20°C)
Clean gun immediately after
use
Fluid Tip:
1.3 – 1.6 mm Gravity Fed:
1.4 – 1.8 mm Suction Fed:
3.0 – 3.3 bar Pressure:
(45-50 psi)
1.3 – 1.6 mm
1.4 – 1.8 mm
3.0 – 3.3 bar
Fluid Tip:
Gravity Fed:
Suction Fed:
Pressure fed:
Pressure:
(Air cap)
1.3 – 1.6 mm
1.3 – 1.6 mm
0.8 – 1.0 mm
10 psi max
1.3 – 1.6 mm
1.3 – 1.6 mm
0.8 – 1.0 mm
10 psi max
3 single coats or 1 single
and 1 double coat.
2 single coats and 1 double
coat.
3 single coats or 1 single
and 1 double coat.
2 single coats and 1 double
coat.
Approx 5 mins between
coats. No flash off is
required before baking.
Approx 5 mins between
coats. No flash off is
required before baking.
Approx 5 mins between
coats.
Approx 5 mins between
coats.
Bake at a metal temperature
140°F/60°C
10 mins
122°F/50°C
20 mins
Buff/Deliver:When cool
Bake at a metal temperature
140°F/60°C
10 mins
122°F/50°C
20 mins
Buff/Deliver:When cool
Air-Dry (68°F/20°C):
Dust free
10 mins
Handleable
2 hours
Buff/Deliver
4 hours
Air-Dry (68°F/20°C):
Dust free
10 mins
Handleable
2 hours
Buff/Deliver
4 hours
5-4 INTERMIX SYSTEM
PRO-SPRAY
H.S. 3.5 VOC SINGLE STAGE
The Pro-Spray H.S. 3.5 VOC Single Stage Colours utilize the current Pro-Spray Intermix System and incorporate
the new CSS-3500 Low 3.5 VOC Binder to provide a full range of complaint solid and metallic single stage
colours. Pro-Spray H.S. Low 3.5 VOC colours are easy to apply, dry quickly and are designed for spot, panel and
overall repairs of OEM single stage finishes.
Pro-Spray Low VOC Single Stage Colours provide high strength and hiding power that saves refinishers time and
materials by achieving full opacity in only 2 coats.
Thousands of colour formulas are available and easy to find using our Windows based computerized formulation
retrieval system.
The Pro-Spray Intermix System is fully supported by a full line of premium quality Primers, Clearcoats, Activators,
Thinners, Plastic Repair and Ancillary products that provide world-class product performance.
GENERAL APPLICATION INFORMATION
Substrates And Preparation
Apply Pro-Spray mixed colours only over:
• Two component primer that has been sanded with P600 (or finer) grade wet or dry abrasive, or machine sanded
with P320 grade (or finer), prior to topcoat application.
• Prepared existing paintwork in sound condition. Existing paintwork should first be abraded (e.g. with Scotchbrite
Ultrafine Grey) and cleaned with ICR-0014 or ICR-1402 Spirit Wipes prior to application of colour.
NOTE: On new panels coated in electrocoat, it is essential that a 2-component primer is applied.
Colour Identification And Checking
As with all refinish paint systems, perform a colour check before painting the vehicle. Ensure colour is thoroughly
mixed before performing the check.
Colour Mixing
Mix the Pro-Spray H.S. 3.5 VOC Single Stage Colour using Intermix toners and the CSS-3500 Low VOC Binder.
Mix, by weight, the needed colour by following the colour formula provided on the Windows based formulation
software. Thoroughly mix the toner and binder together to achieve colour match.
In order to ensure colour accuracy, it is essential that new cans of mixing toners are thoroughly hand stirred, when
opened, and followed by 10-minutes stirring on a mixing machine. Stir mixing toners for a minimum of 10-minutes
at least twice a day.
APPLICATION NOTES
Solid Colours:
Apply 2 single medium wet coats. Allow the 1st coat to flash off until the film is dry to touch (approximately 5-10
minutes), before applying the next coat.
On thermoplastic lacquer finishes and other sensitive substrates: Build up the required film thickness by applying
a light first coat, allow longer flash times in between coats. Apply additional coats in similar fashion.
Single Layer Metallic Colours:
Apply 1 to 2 coats to opacity if necessary followed by an appearance coat to achieve the best metallic
appearance.
TS-HS3.5VOC REV. 0905
PRO-SPRAY
INTERMIX SYSTEM 5-5
H.S. 3.5 VOC SINGLE STAGE PROCESS NOTES
Large Area
Low Bake/Standard Process
H.S. Single Stage Colour
3 parts
PCA-350 Activator
1 part
PCR-1762/1763/1764 thinners 1 part
Medium Area
Normal Process
H.S. Single Stage Colour
3 parts
PCA-351 Activator
1 part
PCR-1762/1763/1764 thinners 1 part
Small Area
Fast Process
H.S. Single Stage Colour
3 parts
PCA-352/353 Activator
1 part
PCR-1762/1763/1764 thinners 1 part
21-24 secs Zahn#2 at 68°F (20°C)
17-20 secs DIN4 at 68°F (20°C)
Pot Life at 68°F (20°C) 1.5-2 hours
Clean gun immediately after use
21-24 secs Zahn#2 at 68°F (20°C)
17-20 secs DIN4 at 68°F (20°C)
Pot Life at 68°F (20°C) 45-60 minutes
Clean gun immediately after use
21-24 secs Zahn#2 at 68°F (20°C)
17-20 secs DIN4 at 68°F (20°C)
Pot Life at 68°F (20°C) 15-20 minutes
Clean gun immediately after use
Fluid Tip:
Gravity Fed:
Suction Fed:
Pressure:
Fluid Tip:
Gravity Fed:
Suction Fed:
Pressure:
Fluid Tip:
Gravity Fed:
Suction Fed:
Pressure:
1.2 – 1.5 mm
1.3 – 1.6 mm
10 psi max (0.67 bar)
at fluid tip.
1.2 – 1.5 mm
1.3 – 1.6 mm
10 psi max (0.67 bar)
at fluid tip.
1.2 – 1.5 mm
1.3 – 1.6 mm
10 psi max (0.67 bar)
at fluid tip.
Apply 2 full coats
allowing 5-10 minutes flash-time.
Apply 2 full coats
allowing 5-10 minutes flash-time.
Apply 2 full coats
allowing 5-10 minutes flash-time.
Approx 10 mins between coats.
Approx 10 mins flash-off is required
before baking.
Approx 10 mins between coats.
Approx 10 mins flash-off is required
before baking.
Approx 10 mins between coats.
Approx 10 mins flash-off is required
before baking.
Bake at a metal temperature of
158°F (70°C)
20 mins
140°F (60°C)
30 mins
122°F (50°C)
60 mins
Into Service:
When cool
Recoatable: After into-service time.
Bake at a metal temperature of
158°F (70°C)
20 mins
140°F (60°C)
30 mins
122°F (50°C)
60 mins
Into Service:
When cool
Recoatable: After into-service time.
Bake at a metal temperature of
Dust free
15 mins
Handleable
6 hours
Into Service:
16 hours
Air dry @ 68°F (20°C):
Time to Handle
Into Service
Air dry @ 68°F (20°C):
Handleable:
Into Service:
6 hours
16 hours
Infra-red drying
Short wave:
4-5 mins full power
Medium wave:
5-7 mins full power
(Depending on equipment
manufacturer’s instructions)
Recoatable: After into-service time.
4 hours
12 hours
5-6 INTERMIX SYSTEM
PRO-SPRAY
H.S. 3.5 VOC SINGLE STAGE PROCESS NOTES
Activator Selection
Pro-Spray offers a range of Activators to suit the speed and quality requirements needed for every
type and size of repair, under all conditions.
PCA-350 – 3:1 high solid Slow speed Activator is recommended for large jobs in low-bake and airdry conditions, across a broad temperature range (68 - 86°F or 20-30°C).
PCA-351 – 3:1 high solid Normal speed activator is recommended for medium sized jobs (up to a
front end) in low-bake and air-dry conditions at temperatures up to 77°F (25°C).
PCA-352 – 3:1 high solid, Express speed Activator provides a fast way to process small repairs, and
is ideal for use in cold conditions (i.e. below 68°F or 20°C) and temperatures up to 77°F
(25°C).
PCA-353 – 3:1 high solid, Rapid speed Activator provides the quickest way to process small repairs,
and is ideal for use in cold conditions (i.e. below 68°F or 20°C) and temperatures up to
77°F (25°C).
Thinner Selection
The choice of thinner should be made according to application temperature, air movement and size
of job. The recommendations below are for guidance only.
Thinner
PCR-1762
PCR-1763
PCR-1764
Ideal Temperature Range
68°F (20°C)
68-83°F (20-28°C)
77-90°F (25-32°C)
Use a slower thinner in fast air movement booths and for large jobs. Use a faster thinner in slow air
movement booths and for small jobs.
Use Of DX84 Enhancer/Accelerator
To increase the through hardening rate, DX84 enhancer/accelerator may be added at a level of 3%
of activated and thinned paint or up to ½ ounce per ready to use quart.
NOTE: DX84 should not be used in conditions of high temperature (i.e. above 86°F or 30°C) and
high humidity.
Recoatability
Pro-Spray colours are fully recoatable after the “Into-service” times.
Reducing Gloss Levels
The gloss level of solid colours may be reduced by adding A-380 2 pack Matting Agent according to the
colour formulation provided on the software. Alternatively, use the following guidelines:
Gloss Level
Semi-gloss
Eggshell
Matte
2 Pack Colour
2 parts (50%)
3 parts (45%)
1 part (40%)
A-380
1 part (50%)
2 parts (55%)
1 part (60%)
This mix should then be activated and thinned at the ratio of 4:1:1. Where a matte finish is required in
the repair of a plastic part, refer to the plastics painting system data sheet.
Painting Plastics
Use the standard plastics painting system (refer to separate data sheet)
PRO-SPRAY
INTERMIX SYSTEM 5-7
H.S. 3.5 VOC SINGLE STAGE PROCESS NOTES
Polishing
Polishing is not normally required as solid colours have a full gloss finish. However, if dirt is a problem,
denib with P1200 or finer, then compound by hand or machine using USC Cargroom Fine/Medium or
Coarse Finishing Compounds. For optimum appearance, follow with Cherry Gloss Machine Glaze and
finish with #24 Carnauba Cream Wax/New Paint Protector. Polishing is easiest between 1 and 24 hours
after “into service” drying times.
Other Points To Note
1. For optimum application, ensure both spray booth air temperature and paint temperatures are above
68°F (20°C). Best results will be obtained by allowing adequate time for the paint to reach spray booth
temperatures 68°-77°F (20°-25°C) before use. It is recommended that mixing toners and binders are
stored in the temperature range of 60°-86°F (15°-30°C).
This is very important for high solid paint systems; it is strongly recommended that these paints
are not used at temperatures below 60°F (15°C) as the performance will be adversely affected.
2. Thoroughly clean the gun immediately after use.
Important remarks:
For professional use only.
Do not handle Pro-Spray Products until the Material Safety Data Sheets have been read and
understood. Ensure that all employees are trained on Material Safety Data Sheets for all chemicals with
which they come in contact. The manufacturer recommends the use of an air-supplied respirator when
exposed to vapors or spray mist.
This data sheet information is given in good faith but without warranty. The information contained here
represents the current state of our knowledge and is intended as a guide to our products and their uses;
it is not intended as insurance of certain product properties or of their specific applications.
The warnings displayed on the product labels should be followed. Any industrial property rights should be
observed. We guarantee perfect product quality under the terms of our general conditions of sale.
Check all colours before use by spraying a test card prior to application to vehicle, as no responsibility
for incorrect colours will be accepted after application.
5-8 INTERMIX SYSTEM
PRO-SPRAY
CSS-3510™ 3.5 VOC COMPLIANT SINGLE STAGE BLACK
FACTORY PACK COLOURS
Pro-Spray® CSS-3510 - 3.5 VOC Compliant Single Stage Factory Pack Black is a California compliant single stage
colour which was formulated to be mixed using California compliant activators and thinners.
GENERAL APPLICATION INFORMATION
Substrates And Preparation
Apply Pro-Spray mixed colour only over:
• Two Component primer that has been sanded with P600 (or finer) grade wet or dry abrasive or machine sanded with
P320 grade (or finer) abrasive. Clean surface completely of all sanding debris. Thoroughly dry surface and apply
topcoat.
• Prepared existing paintwork in sound condition. Existing paintwork should first be abraded (i.e. with an ultra-fine scuff
pad) and cleaned with ICR-0014 or ICR-1402 Spirit Wipes prior to application of colour.
Note: On new panels coated in electrocoat, it is essential that a two-component primer is applied to the panel before
applying topcoat colour. All primer must be sanded, cleaned and thoroughly dried before topcoat is applied.
Special Mixing And Application Information
Mixing Directions
• 3 Parts CSS-3510 - 3.5 VOC Compliant Single Stage Black
• 1 Part 3:1 H.S. Activator (PCA-350, PCA-351, PCA-352, PCA-353)
• 1 Part Compliant 2K H.S. Thinner (PCR-1762, PCR-1763, PCR-1764)
Important Note: Do not mix CSS-3510 with ICA-799/800/801/802 Activators. Do not mix with ICR-1692/1693/1694
Thinners. The product will not perform properly.
Application – Apply 2 medium wet coats. Allow the first coat to flash off until the film is dry to touch (approximately 5 –
10 minutes) before applying the next coat.
Thermoplastic Lacquer Finishes and Other Sensitive Substrates: Build up the required film thickness by apply a light
first coat and allow longer flash times in between coats. Apply additional coats in a similar fashion.
Viscosity – 21 - 24 seconds in a Zahn #2 @ 68°F (20°C)
Pot Life – 1 ½ - 2 hours at 68°F / 20°C (For best results use mixture within 1-hour.) Pot life will vary with activator and
conditions.
Recoatability – Pro-Spray colours are fully recoatable after the ‘into-service’ times.
Polishing – Polishing is not normally required as solid colours have a full gloss finish. However, if dirt is a problem,
denib with P1200 or finer, then compound by hand or machine. Polishing is easiest between 1 and 24 hours after ‘into
service’ drying times.
Special Notes – For optimum application, ensure both spray booth air temperature and pint temperatures are above
68°F (20°C). Best results wil be obtained by allowing adequate time for the paint to reach spray booth temperatures 68°
- 77°F (20° - 25° C) before use.
Clean-up
Clean equipment immediately after use with cleaning solvent. Dispose of according to state, local and federal
regulations.
Important Health And Safety Cautions
For professional use only. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. WARNING! CONTENTS FLAMMABLE. VAPOR
AND SPRAY MIST HARMFUL. SKIN AND EYE IRRITANT.
Do not handle the Pro-Spray products until the Material Safety Data Sheets have been read and understood in their
entirety. Ensure that all employees are trained on Material Safety Data Sheets or all chemicals with which they come
into contact with. The manufacturer recommends the use of an air-supplied respirator when exposed to vapors or spray
mist. Wear protective clothing, gloves and eye safety with side shield.
This data sheet information is given in good faith but without warranty. The information contained herein represents the
current state of our knowledge and is intended as a guide to our products and their uses; it is not intended as insurance
of certain product properties or of their specific applications.
Follow all warnings on product labels. Any industrial property rights should be observed. We guarantee perfect product
TS-CCS-3510 REV. 0705
quality under the terms of our general conditions of sale.
PRO-SPRAY
INTERMIX SYSTEM 5-9
CSS-3510™ 3.5 VOC COMPLIANT SINGLE STAGE BLACK
FACTORY PACK COLOURS
SAFETY
Before using Pro-Spray® Products be sure to read all safety warnings.
For professional use only by trained painters.
Not for sale or use by the general public.
MIXING
CSS-3510 3.5 VOC Compliant Single Stage Black
PCA-350, PCA-351, PCA-352, PCA-353 Activator
PCR-1762, PCR-1763, PCR-1764 Thinner
3 parts
1 part
1 part
VISCOSITY
21-24 seconds Zahn #2 @ 68°F (20°C)
POT LIFE
1.5 - 2 hours @ 68°F (20°C)
Activator and shop conditions will vary pot life.
GUN SET UP – HVLP
1.3 – 1.6mm (.031" -.059")
Max 10 psi at the fluid tip
APPLICATION
2 medium wet coats with a 5-10 minute flash-off between single coats
(Approx. 1.0-1.5 thou / 25-35 microns)
Air Dry: Time to handle is 4 – 6 hours depending on activator selection and shop conditions.
Into Service Time (Air Dry) is 12 – 16 hours depending on activator selection and shop conditions.
If Baking: Allow 10 minutes flash-off before baking.
Bake at metal temperature of:
158°F (70°C)
20 minutes
140°F (60°C)
30 minutes
122°F (50°C)
60 minutes
Into Service:
When Cool
Recoatable: After into-service time.
5-10 INTERMIX SYSTEM
PRO-SPRAY
BASECOAT PROCEDURES
Solid Colour Basecoat Procedure:
Spray 2-3 single coats, allowing approximately 2–5 minutes flash off between each coat until full
coverage is achieved. Over primed areas and areas where extra coverage is required, apply first a
single light coat. Allow to dry for 10–20 minutes at 68°F (20°C) before clearcoating.
Metallic Basecoat Colours Procedure:
Spray 1 or 2 single coats, at 4–6 inches from the panel allow approximately 2–5 minutes flash off
between each coat, followed immediately by a light coat to even out the metallic pattern and orientation.
Pulling the gun away an additional two to four inches from the panel and applying a lighter coat achieve
this. Do not make this coat too wet. With HVLP equipment, it is not necessary to lower the pressure,
although this may be done in order to control the color. Allow to dry for 10–20 minutes at 68°F (20°C)
before clearcoating.
Basecoat Activation
For vehicles requiring a high level of paint performance Pro-Spray basecoats can be activated as
follows:
8 parts
Pro-Spray basecoat color
1 part
Pro-Spray ICA-799, ICA-800, ICA-801, ICA-802 or ICA-803 Activator
9 parts
Pro-Spray PCR-1762/1763/1764, ICR-1332/1692/1693/1694 2K High Solids Thinners
Repair Procedure:
If, during the application of Solid or Metallic colours, some damage occurs such as dust impregnation or
moisture spots, allow the base to flash off for 30-60 minutes at 68°F (20°C). Lightly wet sand the
damaged area with 600-800 grit paper.
As there is no clearcoat to protect the basecoat at this stage, care must be taken to clean up all sanding
residue.
Two-Tone Procedure:
Solid or Metallic colors can be taped off with fine line masking tape after 20 minutes flash off at 68°F
(20°C) and a second colour can then be applied.
Procedure Problems:
In the case of lifting, some substrates are not original and are unknown. Then it is reasonable to apply 23 coats of a 2-component primer, prior to the basecoat, over the whole panel. In blending situations, it
may be necessary to first apply R-6028 Basecoat Blender (Please refer to R-6028 Technical data sheet
for details).
In the case of fisheyes caused by silicones, spray 2 mist coats over the contaminated area, and then
proceed, allowing longer flash off times. If fisheyes are severe, it may be necessary to allow a dry time
of 20-30 minutes, sand and continue to spray the basecoat. Adding anti-silicone to basecoat is not
recommended - this may lead to a risk of poor adhesion of the clearcoat.
TS-BASCT REV. 0905
PRO-SPRAY
INTERMIX SYSTEM 5-11
BASECOAT PROCEDURES
2-Stage Pearl Colours Procedure
Spray 2 – 3 medium wet coats, allowing 2 – 5 minutes flash off between coats, followed immediately by
a light coat.
Do not lower the air pressure for the final coat. Allow to dry for 10 – 20 minutes at 68°F (20°C) before
clearcoating.
3-Step Pearl Procedure
Solid Colour (foundation coat): Spray 2 – 3 single coats, allowing approximately 2 – 5 minutes flash off
between each coat. Over primed areas and areas where extra coverage is required, apply first a single
light coat. Allow the foundation coat to dry for 10 – 20 minutes at 68°F (20°C).
Pearl Colour: Apply single coats based on test panel (this product is not intended to give coverage)
allowing 2 – 5 minutes flash off between coats. Do not lower the air pressure for the final coat. Allow to
dry for 10 – 20 minutes at 68°F (20°C) before clearcoating.
Tri-Stage with Tinted Mid-Basecoat Procedure
Tri-Stage procedures, with a tinted mid-basecoat, have been introduced by vehicle manufacturers to
achieve brighter colours. Where a basecoat refinish requires a tri-stage tinted mid-basecoat procedure,
it will be specified in the Pro-Spray Colour Software Program.
For example:
Manufacturer
Ford (N. America)
Ford (N. America)
Colour Name
Laser Red Tint
Laser Red Tint
Mfg. Code Year
HL
95/97
HL
95/97
Variant Code
Paint System
Pro-Spray Number
Original Shade
Pro-Spray Basecoat
LA37659BC
Original Shade Pro-Spray Tinted Mid-Basecoat LA37659BC
Step 1 – Basecoat Application
Mix and apply the Pro-Spray Basecoat following the Metallic Basecoat procedure.
Step 2 – Tinted Mid-Basecoat Application
Mix tinted mid-basecoat according to formula. Apply tinted mid-basecoat according to the basecoat
procedure.
Important Note: Prior to application of the tinted mid-basecoat, it is essential to spray test panels as
detailed below.
• Spray the basecoat colour to 3 sprayout cards.
• Using the 3 painted sprayout cards, apply one coat of tinted mid-basecoat to the first, apply 2 coats
to the second and apply 3 coats to the third.
• Apply one coat of activated Pro-Spray Clearcoat to all three sprayout cards.
• Compare all 3 sprayout cards to the original colour to determine which procedure provides the most
accurate match.
Step 3 – Clearcoat Application
• The final step must always include the application of activated Pro-Spray Clearcoat of your choice for
proper UV protection.
• Mix and apply the Pro-Spray Clearcoat according to directions.
5-12 INTERMIX SYSTEM
PRO-SPRAY
BASECOAT PROCEDURE
Metallic Basecoat Colours Procedure
Basecoat Colour
PCR-1762/1763/1764 or
ICR-1332/1692/1693/1694 Thinners
Solid Color Basecoat Colours Procedure
1 part
1 part
Fluid Tip:
Gravity Fed:
Suction Fed:
Pressure fed:
Pressure:
(Air cap)
1 part
1 part
Sprayed at low viscosity.
Thin by volume only.
Sprayed at low viscosity.
Thin by volume only.
Fluid Tip:
Gravity Fed:
Suction Fed:
Pressure:
(40-45 psi)
Basecoat Colour
PCR-1762/1763/1764 or
ICR-1332/1692/1693/1694 Thinners
1.4 – 1.8 mm
1.3 – 1.5 mm
2.7 – 3.0 bar
Fluid Tip:
Gravity Fed:
Suction Fed:
Pressure:
(40-45 psi)
1.4 – 1.8 mm
1.3 – 1.5 mm
2.7 – 3.0 bar
1.3 – 1.6 mm
1.3 – 1.6 mm
0.8 – 1.0 mm
10 psi max
Fluid Tip:
Gravity Fed:
Suction Fed:
Pressure fed:
Pressure:
(Air cap)
1.3 – 1.6 mm
1.3 – 1.6 mm
0.8 – 1.0 mm
10 psi max
1 or 2 single coats followed immediately by a
light coat for a even metallic appearance.
Apply single coats until full coverage is
achieved (Normally 2 coats)
Approx. 3 - 5 mins between coats.
Approx. 3 - 5 mins between coats.
Air Dry at 68°F/20°C 10-20 minutes, until
uniformly dry before clearcoating.
Air Dry at 68°F/20°C 10-20 minutes, until
uniformly dry before clearcoating. Allow 30-60
minutes before taping.
Apply Pro-Spray 2 –component Clearcoat.
Apply Pro-Spray 2 –component Clearcoat.
PRO-SPRAY
INTERMIX SYSTEM 5-13
PEARL BASECOAT PROCEDURE
3 Stage Pearl Procedure
2 Stage Pearl Procedure
Pearl Basecoat Colour
PCR-1762/1763/1764 or
ICR-1332/1692/1693/1694
Thinners
1 part
1 part
Ground Coat Colour
PCR-1762/1763/1764 or
ICR-1332/1692/1693/1694
Thinners
3 Stage Pearl Procedure
1 part
1 part
Sprayed at low viscosity.
Thin by volume only.
Sprayed at low viscosity.
Thin by volume only.
Pearl Basecoat Colour
PCR-1762/1763/1764 or
ICR-1332/1692/1693/1694
Thinners
1 part
1 part
Sprayed at low viscosity.
Thin by volume only.
Fluid Tip:
Gravity Fed:
Suction Fed:
Pressure:
(40-45 psi)
1.4 – 1.8 mm
1.3 – 1.5 mm
2.7 – 3.0 bar
Fluid Tip:
Gravity Fed:
Suction Fed:
Pressure:
(40-45 psi)
1.4 – 1.8 mm
1.3 – 1.5 mm
2.7 – 3.0 bar
Fluid Tip:
Gravity Fed:
Suction Fed:
Pressure:
(40-45 psi)
1.4 – 1.8 mm
1.3 – 1.5 mm
2.7 – 3.0 bar
Fluid Tip:
Gravity Fed:
Suction Fed:
Pressure fed:
Pressure:
(Air cap)
1.3 – 1.6 mm
1.3 – 1.6 mm
0.8-1.0 mm
10 psi max
Fluid Tip:
Gravity Fed:
Suction Fed:
Pressure fed:
Pressure:
(Air cap)
1.3 – 1.6 mm
1.3 – 1.6 mm
0.8-1.0 mm
10 psi max
Fluid Tip:
Gravity Fed:
Suction Fed:
Pressure fed:
Pressure:
(Air cap)
1.3 – 1.6 mm
1.3 – 1.6 mm
0.8-1.0 mm
10 psi max
Apply single coats to cover (2-3)
Followed immediately by a light coat.
Apply single coats until full coverage
is achieved (Normally 2 coats)
Apply single coats based on test
panel. This product is not intended to
give coverage.
Approx. 3 - 5 mins between coats.
Approx. 3 - 5 mins between coats.
Approx. 3 - 5 mins between coats.
Air Dry at 68°F/20°C
10-20 minutes, until uniformly dry
before clearcoating.
Air Dry at 68°F/20°C
10-20 minutes, until uniformly dry
before applying pearl coat.
Air Dry at 68°F/20°C
10-20 minutes, until uniformly dry
before clearcoating.
Apply Pro-Spray Urethane Clearcoat.
Apply Pro-Spray Urethane Clearcoat.
Apply Pro-Spray Urethane Clearcoat.
5-14 INTERMIX SYSTEM
PRO-SPRAY
P-451™ BASECOAT JET BLACK
FACTORY PACK COLOUR
Substrates And Preparation
Substrates – Apply Pro-Spray mixed colour only over:
• Two Component primer that has been sanded with P600 (or finer) grade wet or dry abrasive or machine sanded
with P320 grade (or finer) abrasive. Clean surface completely of all sanding debris. Thoroughly dry surface and
apply topcoat.
• Prepared existing paintwork in sound condition. Existing paintwork should first be abraded (i.e. with an ultra-fine
scuff pad) and cleaned with ICR-0014 or ICR-1402 Spirit Wipes prior to application of colour.
• Note: On new panels coated in electrocoat, it is essential that a two-component primer is applied to the panel
before applying topcoat colour. All primer must be sanded, cleaned and thoroughly dried before topcoat is
applied.
Special Mixing And Application Information
Mixing Directions
• 2 Parts P-451 Basecoat Jet Black
• 1 Part Pro-Spray ICR-1332, ICR-1692/1693/1694Thinner
Application – Apply 2 – 3 single coats, allowing approximately 2 – 5 minutes flash off between each coat until full
coverage is achieved. Over primed areas and areas where extra coverage is required, apply first a single light
coat. Allow to dry for 10-20 minutes at 68°F (20°C) before clearcoating.
Viscosity – Sprayed at low viscosity. Thin by volume only.
Clearcoat – Air dry until uniformly dry (approximately 10 – 20 minutes at 68°F (20°C). Apply Pro-Spray twocomponent clearcoat as directed.
Clean-up
Clean equipment immediately after use with cleaning solvent. Dispose of according to state, local and federal
regulations.
Important Health And Safety Cautions
For professional use only. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. WARNING! CONTENTS FLAMMABLE.
VAPOR AND SPRAY MIST HARMFUL. SKIN AND EYE IRRITANT.
Do not handle the Pro-Spray products until the Material Safety Data Sheets have been read and understood in
their entirety. Ensure that all employees are trained on Material Safety Data Sheets or all chemicals with which
they come into contact with. The manufacturer recommends the use of an air-supplied respirator when exposed to
vapors or spray mist. Wear protective clothing, gloves and eye safety with side shield.
This data sheet information is given in good faith but without warranty. The information contained herein
represents the current state of our knowledge and is intended as a guide to our products and their uses; it is not
intended as insurance of certain product properties or of their specific applications.
Follow all warnings on product labels. Any industrial property rights should be observed. We guarantee perfect
product quality under the terms of our general conditions of sale.
TS-P-451 REV. 0905
PRO-SPRAY
INTERMIX SYSTEM 5-15
P-451™ BASECOAT JET BLACK
FACTORY PACK COLOUR
SAFETY
Before using Pro-Spray® Products be sure to read all safety warnings.
For professional use only by trained painters. Not for sale or use by the general public.
MIXING
P-451 Basecoat Jet Black
ICR-1332, ICR-1692/1693/1694 Thinner
2 parts
1 part
VISCOSITY
Sprayed at low viscosity. Thin by volume only.
GUN SET UP – CONVENTIONAL
Fluid Tip:
Gravity Fed:
Suction Fed:
Pressure:
(40-45 psi)
1.4 – 1.8mm
1.3 – 1.5mm
2.7 – 3.0 bar
GUN SET UP – HVLP
Fluid Tip:
Gravity Fed:
Suction Fed:
Pressure Fed:
Pressure:
(Air cap)
1.3 – 1.6mm
1.3 – 1.6mm
0.8 – 1.0mm
10 psi max
APPLICATION
Apply single coats until full coverage is achieved (normally 2-3 coats).
Allow to flash approximately 3 – 5 minutes between coats
Air Dry – at 68°F (20°C) for 10-20 minutes. Basecoat must be uniformly dry before clearcoating. Allow
30-60 minutes before taping.
Topcoat – Use Pro-Spray two-component clear after basecoat is thoroughly dry. Apply clear as directed.
5-16 INTERMIX SYSTEM
PRO-SPRAY
R-6028™ BASECOAT BLENDER
Product Description
R-6028 Basecoat Blender is designed to make fading and blending basecoats easy. When using R-6028 Basecoat
Blender, metallics will not darken at the blend point. No more dry patchy edges and visible repairs. Add R-6028
Basecoat Blender to basecoat colours for undetectable touch-ups and blends, outstanding appearance and increased
customer satisfaction. Basecoat Blender R-6028 can also be used as a protective clear for artwork tape outs on
basecoats; Basecoat blender prevents the tape from marking or pulling the metallic or pearl basecoats.
Directions For Use – Touch Up & Blends
1. Prepare panels as usual.
2. Sand adjacent non-primed areas and panels with P1200 grit abrasive and an ultra fine scuff pad.
3. Clean entire area with pre-paint wipe and air dry thoroughly.
4. Apply one coat of ready-to-spray R-6028 Basecoat Blender to the entire area. Let flash 2-5 minutes.
5. Apply basecoat to the repaired area until full opacity has been achieved.
6. Mix by volume, 1 part R-6028 Basecoat Blender with 1 part basecoat colour. Fade out the surrounding area with
reduced air pressure (1.5 bar) and allow to dry.
7. Apply Pro-Spray clearcoat as directed.
Directions For Use – Protective Clear
1. Apply 1 or 2 coats of Basecoat Blender after the last coat of basecoat colour has flashed.
2. Allow 1-hour before taping (tape time will vary with weather and shop conditions).
Note: Basecoat Blender will dry to a semi-gloss and feel dry to the touch.
Note: If Basecoat Blender dries more than 1 hour, lightly sand with 500 or 600 grit wet sandpaper to insure proper
adhesion of topcoats.
3. Do artwork with a minimum of tape contact and remove quickly for topcoats.
4. Paint entire area with Pro-Spray 2K Clearcoat.
Clean-up
Clean equipment immediately after use with cleaning solvent. Dispose of according to state, local and federal
regulations.
Important Health And Safety Cautions
For professional use only. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. WARNING! CONTENTS FLAMMABLE. VAPOR
AND SPRAY MIST HARMFUL. SKIN AND EYE IRRITANT.
Do not handle the Pro-Spray products until the Material Safety Data Sheets have been read and understood in their
entirety. Ensure that all employees are trained on Material Safety Data Sheets or all chemicals with which they come
into contact. The manufacturer recommends the use of an air-supplied respirator when exposed to vapors or spray
mist. Wear protective clothing, gloves and eye safety with side shield.
This data sheet information is given in good faith but without warranty. The information contained herein represents the
current state of our knowledge and is intended as a guide to our products and their uses; it is not intended as insurance
of certain product properties or of their specific applications.
Follow all warnings on product labels. Any industrial property rights should be observed. We guarantee perfect product
quality under the terms of our general conditions of sale.
TS-R-6028 REV. 0905
PRO-SPRAY
INTERMIX SYSTEM 5-17
R-6028™ BASECOAT BLENDER
SAFETY
Before using Pro-Spray Products be sure to read all safety warnings.
For professional use only by trained painters. Not for sale or use by the general public.
SUBSTRATES
Repaired original finishes
MIXING
Basecoat Blender is supplied ready-to-spray
SURFACE PREPARATION
Sand adjacent non-primed areas with P1200 and ultra fine scuff pad
Clean area with Pre-Paint wipe
APPLICATION
Apply one coat of R-6028 Basecoat Blender to the entire area. Let flash 2-5 minutes.
Apply basecoat to the repaired area until full opacity has been achieved
Mix R-6028 Basecoat Blender with Basecoat colour 1-1 and fade out the surrounding area with reduced air
pressure (1.5 bar).
Paint entire area with Pro-Spray clearcoat
Note: Excessive delay in topcoating can cause recoat problems.
5-18 INTERMIX SYSTEM
PRO-SPRAY
ICR-1401TM FADE OUT/BLENDING THINNER
Products
ICR-1401 Fade Out Thinner was developed for use with the Pro-Spray Intermix System. It is specially
formulated for dissolving the overspray and fade out the edge created during spot repairs or blending to
make fading and blending clearcoats easy. When using ICR-1401 Fade Out Thinner; No more dry,
patchy edges or visible repairs.
ICR-1401 Fade Out Thinner can be added to Pro-Spray Clearcoat or Basecoat paints for undetectable
touch-ups and blends. In short, it gives you outstanding results and high customer satisfaction.
• Invisible repairs easily achieved
• Can be used with Pro-Spray Clearcoats and Basecoat paints
Directions for use
For all Pro-Spray Clearcoat and Basecoat paints, the application remains the same.
1. Add to the ready-to-spray paint up to 100 parts by volume ICR-1401 Fade Out Thinner.
2. Apply 1 coat over the overspray edge, fading out into the still intact existing finish.
3. Allow 2-5 minutes flash time after completing the fade out.
4. Use pure ICR-1401 Fade Out Thinner to dissolve the fade out edge, spray one thin coat.
5. Allow for 15 seconds flash off and apply one final thin coat.
SAFETY
Before using Pro-Spray Products be sure to read all safety warnings.
For professional use only by trained painters. Not for sale or use by the general public.
MIXING
Ready-To-Spray Paint
ICR-1401 Fade Out Thinner
100 parts
Up to 100 parts
GUN SET-UP HVLP
HVLP Siphon
HVLP Gravity
Pressure:
0.071" – 0.087" (1.8 – 2.2 mm)
0.051" – 0.059" (1.3 – 1.5 mm)
Max. 10 psi (max. 0.8 bar)
APPLICATION
Ready-to-spray ICR-1401 Fade Out Thinner apply 2 coats.
FLASH
2-5 Minutes at 70°F/20°C.
TS-ICR-1401 REV. 0905
PRO-SPRAY
INTERMIX SYSTEM 5-19
Fade-out Procedure
Pro-Spray Single Stage and Basecoat Colours may all be blended out (Please refer to fade-out
procedure data sheet for details) with the exception of 3-stage pearls and basecoats requiring a tinted
clearcoat. Due to the transparent nature of these colors it may be necessary to repaint a large
proportion of the vehicle.
Choice Of Hardener - Single-Stage & Activated Basecoat
Pro-Spray offers a range of Activators to suit the speed and quality requirements needed for every type
and size of repair, under all conditions.
ICA-799 – Medium Solid, Extra Slow Speed Activator is recommended for large areas (complete
re-sprays) in high temperature / high humidity conditions (85°F / 28°C and above).
ICA-800 – Medium Solid, Slow Speed Activator is recommended for large areas (complete resprays) at temperatures above 77°F/ 25°C.
ICA-801 – Medium Solid, Normal Speed Activator is recommended for large areas (complete resprays) at temperatures up to 77°F/ 25°C.
ICA-802 – Medium Solid, Fast Speed Activator Use on spot, panel and multi-panel repairs – ideal
for use in temperatures below 75°F / 25°C.
ICA-803 – Medium Solid, Rapid Speed Activator Provides the quickest dry times for spot and panel
repairs – ideal for use in temperatures 65°F / 20°C or below.
Choice Of Thinner/Reducer
The choice of thinner should be made according to application temperature, air movement and size of
job. The recommendations below are for guidance only.
Thinner
ICR-1332
ICR-1692 PCR-1762
ICR-1693 PCR-1763
ICR-1694 PCR-1764
Ideal Temperature Range
up to 59°F/15°C
up to 68°F/20°C
64-83°F/18-28°C
77-90°F/25-32°C
In general use a slower thinner in fast air movement booths and for large jobs. Use a faster thinner in
slow air movement booths and for small jobs.
Recoatability
Pro-Spray colours, with all recommended activators, are fully recoatable after the Buff/Deliver times
Reduction Of Gloss Levels
The gloss level of solid colours may be reduced by addition of A-380 2 pack Matting agent according
to the colour formulation provided on the Pro-Spray Computer. Alternatively, use the following
guidelines:
Gloss Level
Semi-Gloss
Eggshell
Matte
2 Component Colour
2 Parts (67%)
3 Parts (60%)
1 Part (50%)
A-380
1 Part (33%)
2 Parts (40%)
1 Part (50%)
This mix should then be activated and thinned as standard.
Painting Plastics
Semi-Rigid Mix Ratio
Urethane Primers, Single Stage
Colour & Clearcoats
5 Parts
Flexible Additive P-2020
1 Part
Then add hardener and reduce the normal way.
Flexible Mix Ratio
Urethane Primers, Single Stage
Colour & Clearcoats
Flexible Additive P-2020
2 Parts
1 Part
5-20 INTERMIX SYSTEM
PRO-SPRAY
Painting Plastics (continued)
Basecoats - Flexible additive P-2020 should only be added to Pro-Spray Basecoat when used over very
flexible plastics.
Mix Ratio
Pro-Spray Basecoat
3 Parts
Flexible Additive P-2020
1 Part
Then add hardener and reduce the normal way.
NOTE: The matting agent thickens on storage and should be stirred thoroughly before use to break
down the structure. Texturing Bases; Fine P-526, and Coarse P-528 are 2K additives which produce the
textured finishes on many original finish bumpers. They are compatible with Pro-Spray mixing schemes
giving rise to a wide range of colour options. The three Texturing Bases enable the painting of
replacement and repaired bumpers.
MIXING
Textured bumper paints should have 2K hardener added and be thinned as normal. Do not strain.
There is no need to add flexible additive.
Texturing Bases should be stirred thoroughly before use.
Texturing Bases should not be added to basecoats, 2 component primers or 2 component clearcoats.
Door Jambs And Interiors
For ease of use when painting door jambs and interiors IC-773 Universal Air Dry 2 Component
Converter can be used at the mixing ratio of 1 part 2K Single Stage Paint, 1 part IC-773 and
1 part ICR-1401.
NOTE: This system is only recommended for interior surfaces.
Buffing And Polishing
Polishing is not normally required as topcoats have a full gloss finish. However, if dirt is a problem, denib
with P1200 or finer, then compound by hand or machine using USC Cargroom Xcelerator Compound,
for optimum appearance follow with Blue Lightning. Polishing of 2 component finishes is easiest
between 1 and 24 hours after “Buff/Deliver” times.
Other Points To Note
1. For optimum application, ensure both spray booth air temperature and paint temperature are above
68°F/20°C. Best results will be obtained by allowing adequate time for the paint to reach spray booth
temperature before use. It is recommended that mixing basics are stored in the temperature range of
59-86°F/15-30°C.
2. When using 2 component products it is highly recommended to clean the gun thoroughly immediately
after use.
Important Remarks:
For professional use only.
Do not handle Pro-Spray Products until the Material Safety Data Sheets have been read and
understood. Ensure that all employees are trained on Material Safety Data Sheets for all chemicals with
which they come in contact. The manufacturer recommends the use of an air-supplied respirator when
exposed to vapors or spray mist.
This data sheet information is given in good faith but without warranty. The information contained here
represents the current state of our knowledge and is intended as a guide to our products and their uses,
it is not intended as insurance of certain product properties or of their specific applications.
The warnings displayed on the product labels should be followed. Any industrial property rights should be
observed. We guarantee perfect product quality under the terms of our general conditions of sale.
Check all colors before use by spraying a test card prior to application to vehicle, as no
responsibility for incorrect colours will be accepted after application.
PRO-SPRAY
CLEARCOAT 6-1
PSC-7000TM HI-TEMP CLEARCOAT (4.2 VOC)
Product Description
PSC-7000 - 4.2 VOC Hi-Temp Clearcoat is designed to give you a superior combination of outstanding appearance
and productivity for panel and overall repairs. PSC-7000 provides excellent gloss, DOI, flow and leveling. This clear
resists shrinkage and dieback, and retains its glossy appearance whether baked or air-dried. And with advanced UV
filters and absorbers, your finishes keep their beauty longer.
Features / Benefits
Perfect for hot weather
Deep, glossy appearance and excellent DOI
Exceptional flow
Excellent leveling
Versatile baking or air-dry options
Dieback resistant
Easy-to-use
Toughened with advanced UV filters and absorbers
Substrates And Preparation
Substrates – Use PSC-7000 over properly mixed and applied solid color / metallic or pearlescent basecoats. Allow
final coat of basecoat to dry for 15-30 minutes before applying clearcoat. (Extend basecoat dry time to 30-minutes
when applying several coats and/or in cooler shop conditions.)
Preparation – Mask the entire vehicle to prevent overspray from sticking.
Special Mixing And Application Information
Mixing Directions – Under normal shop conditions, follow the mix ratios below. Mix thoroughly and strain before
using.
Mix Ratio - 3:1:10%
• 3 Parts PSC-7000 4.2 VOC Hi-Temp Clear
• 1 Part ICA-799, ICA-800, ICA-801, ICA-802 or ICA-803 M.S. Activator
• 10% Part ICR-1332, ICR-1692, ICR-1693, or ICR-1694 H.S. Thinner
Apply 2 medium wet coats, allowing clearcoat to flash for 5-10 minutes between coats, depending on airflow and
temperature. Allow clearcoat 5-10 minutes flash before force drying. Use 25-35 psi, at the gun, for spot and panel
repairs. Air dry overnight before polishing. If force dried, polish 2 hours after cool down.
Do not apply more clear after 1-hour of applying previous coats.
Viscosity - 15-16 seconds in a #4 DIN cup @ 68°F or 20°C
Pot Life - 1-2 hours at 68°F or 20°C (For best results use mixture within 1-hour.) Pot life will vary with activator and
conditions.
Clean-up
Clean equipment immediately after use with cleaning solvent. Dispose of according to state, local and federal
regulations.
Important Health And Safety Cautions
For professional use only. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. WARNING! CONTENTS FLAMMABLE. VAPOR
AND SPRAY MIST HARMFUL. SKIN AND EYE IRRITANT.Do not handle the Pro-Spray products until the Material
Safety Data Sheets have been read and understood in their entirety. Ensure that all employees are trained on Material
Safety Data Sheets or all chemicals with which they come into contact with. The manufacturer recommends the use of
an air-supplied respirator when exposed to vapors or spray mist. Wear protective clothing, gloves and eye safety with
side shield.
This data sheet information is given in good faith but without warranty. The information contained herein represents the
current state of our knowledge and is intended as a guide to our products and their uses; it is not intended as insurance
of certain product properties or of their specific applications.
Follow all warnings on product labels. Any industrial property rights should be observed. We guarantee perfect product
quality under the terms of our general conditions of sale.
TS-PSC-7000 REV. 0905
6-2 CLEARCOAT
PRO-SPRAY
PSC-7000TM HI-TEMP CLEARCOAT (4.2 VOC)
SAFETY
Before using Pro-Spray® products, read all safety warnings and MSDS.
For professional use only by trained painters. Not for sale or use by the general public.
SUBSTRATES
Should only be applied to solid color/metallic or pearlescent basecoats.
Allow final coat of basecoat to dry for 15-30 minutes before applying.
Extend basecoat dry time to 30 minutes when applying several base coats and/or in cooler shop conditions.
Mask the entire vehicle to prevent overspray from sticking.
MIXING
PSC-7000 Clearcoat
ICA-799/800/801/802/803 Activator
ICR-1332, ICR-1692/1693/1694 Thinner
3 parts
1 part
10%
GUN SETUPS
Conventional
SIPHON FEED:
GRAVITY FEED:
1.4 mm - 1.8 mm
1.3 mm - 1.6 mm
HVLP
SIPHON FEED:
GRAVITY FEED:
1.5 mm - 1.8 mm
1.3 mm - 1.6 mm
AIR PRESSURE
Conventional
SIPHON FEED:
GRAVITY FEED:
HVLP
45 - 55 psi @ the gun.
45 - 55 psi @ the gun.
6 - 10 psi @ the gun cap.
APPLICATION
2-3 medium wet coats allow to flash for 5-10 minutes between coats.
FLASH/DRY TIMES (AIR DRY)
Flash between Coats:
Dust Free:
Time to Handleable (Assemble):
Time to Through Dry:
5 - 10 minutes.
15 - 25 minutes.
6 - 8 hours.
Overnight.
FLASH/DRY TIMES (FORCE DRY)
Flash before Force Dry:
10 minutes.
Cycle Time:
15-20 minutes @ 60°C / 140°F metal temperature.
Dust Free:
At cool down.
(Dry and cure times are dependent on air movement, temperature and film builds.)
INFRARED DRY
Refer to the infrared manufactures guide for setup recommendations.
POLISHING
Optimum Times:
Air Dry: After 24 Hours.
Force Dry: 2 hour after cool down.
Sanding:
Use 1500 grit wet or finer. Or use 1500 DA or finer.
Compounding:
Use finishing compound. Apply a thin ribbon of material to the area to be polished. Use
a double-sided wool polishing pad or a foam pad. Maintain air polisher or variable speed buffer at 1800-3000
rpm. Remove excess finishing compound with a clean soft cloth prior to applying finishing polish.
PRO-SPRAY
CLEARCOAT 6-3
PSC-8000TM URETHANE PRODUCTION CLEARCOAT (4.2 VOC)
Product Description
PSC-8000 Clearcoat is a versatile, high gloss, 2 component acrylic clearcoat. PSC-8000’s fast setting and through
drying give you a superior combination of outstanding appearance and productivity.
PSC-8000 Clearcoat enables application in either one or two coats and at various viscosities. Due to its high build
power, high gloss, flow, durability and ease-of-use, PSC-8000 Clear is suitable for all top-quality overall, spot and panel
finishes. This clear resists shrinkage and dieback, and retains its glossy appearance whether baked or air-dried. And
with advanced UV filters and absorbers, your finishes keep their beauty longer. Pro-Spray PSC-8000 – when
appearance counts!
Features / Benefits
Deep, glossy appearance without buffing
Exceptional flow
Excellent leveling
Versatile baking or air-dry options
Dieback resistant
Easy-to-use
Toughened with advanced UV filters and absorbers
Substrates And Preparation
Substrates – Use PSC-8000 over properly mixed and applied solid colour, metallic or pearlescent basecoats. Allow
final coat of basecoat to dry for 15 – 30 minutes before applying clearcoat. (Extend basecoat dry time to 30-minutes
when applying several coats and/or in cooler shop conditions.)
Preparation – Mask the entire vehicle to prevent overspray from sticking.
Special Mixing And Application Information
Mixing Directions – Under normal shop conditions, follow the mix ratios below. Mix thoroughly and strain before
using.
Mix Ratio - 2:1:10%
• 2 Parts PSC-8000 2:1 H.S. Urethane Clear
• 1 Part ICA-799, ICA-800, ICA-801, ICA-802 or ICA-803 M.S. Activator
• 10% Part ICR-1332, ICR-1692, ICR-1693, or ICR-1694 H.S. Thinner
Apply 2 medium wet coats, allowing a minimum of 5-10 minutes flash off in between coats.
Do not apply more clear after 1-hour of applying previous coats.
Pot Life – 1 ½ - 2 ½ hours at 68°F / 20°C (For best results use mixture within 1-hour.)
Clean-up
Clean equipment immediately after use with cleaning solvent. Dispose of according to state, local and federal
regulations.
Important Health And Safety Cautions
For professional use only. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. WARNING! CONTENTS FLAMMABLE. VAPOR
AND SPRAY MIST HARMFUL. SKIN AND EYE IRRITANT.
Do not handle the Pro-Spray products until the Material Safety Data Sheets have been read and understood in their
entirety. Ensure that all employees are trained on Material Safety Data Sheets or all chemicals with which they come
into contact. The manufacturer recommends the use of an air-supplied respirator when exposed to vapors or spray
mist. Wear protective clothing, gloves and eye safety with side shield.
This data sheet information is given in good faith but without warranty. The information contained herein represents the
current state of our knowledge and is intended as a guide to our products and their uses; it is not intended as insurance
of certain product properties or of their specific applications.
Follow all warnings on product labels. Any industrial property rights should be observed. We guarantee perfect product
quality under the terms of our general conditions of sale.
TS-PSC-8000 REV. 1005
6-4 CLEARCOAT
PRO-SPRAY
PSC-8000TM URETHANE PRODUCTION CLEARCOAT (4.2 VOC)
SAFETY
Before using Pro-Spray® Products be sure to read all safety warnings and MSDS.
For professional use only by trained painters. Not for sale or use by the general public.
SUBSTRATES
Should only be applied to solid color/ metallic or pearlescent basecoats.
Allow final coat of basecoat to dry for 15-30 mins before applying.
Extend basecoat dry time to 30 minutes when applying several base coats and/or in cooler shop conditions.
Mask the entire vehicle to prevent overspray from sticking.
MIXING
PSC-8000 Clearcoat
ICA-799/800/801/802/803 Activator
ICR-1332/1692/1693/1694 Thinner
2 parts
1 part
10%
GUN SETUPS
Conventional
SIPHON FEED: 1.4 mm - 1.6 mm
GRAVITY FEED: 1.3 mm - 1.5 mm
HVLP
SIPHON FEED:
GRAVITY FEED:
1.3 mm - 1.5 mm
1.3 mm - 1.5 mm
Air Pressure
Conventional
SIPHON FEED:
GRAVITY FEED:
HVLP
Panel
45 - 55 psi @ the gun
45 - 55 psi @ the gun
9 - 10 psi @ the gun cap
Overall
45 - 60 psi @ the gun
45 - 60 psi @ the gun
5 - 6 psi @ the gun cap
APPLICATION
Apply 2 medium wet coats with 5 minutes flash between coats.
FLASH/DRY TIMES (AIR DRY)
Flash between Coats:
Dust Free:
Time to Assemble:
Time to Through Dry:
5 - 10 minutes
10 - 20 minutes
4 - 5 hours
Overnight
FLASH/DRY TIMES (FORCE DRY)
Flash before Force Dry:
Cycle Time:
Dust Free:
5 - 10 minutes
15 - 20 minutes @ 60°C / 140°F metal temperature.
At cool down.
(Dry and cure times are dependent on air movement, temperature and film builds.)
INFRARED DRY
Refer to the infrared manufacturer’s guide for setup recommendations.
POLISHING
Optimum Times: Air Dry: After 24 Hours. Force Dry: 2 hours after cool down.
Sanding:
Use 1500 grit wet or finer. Or use 1500 DA or finer.
Compounding:
Use finishing compound. Apply a thin ribbon of material to the area to be polished.
Use a double-sided wool polishing pad or a foam pad. Maintain air polisher or variable speed buffer at 18003000 rpm. Remove excess finishing compound with a clean soft cloth prior to applying finishing polish.
PRO-SPRAY
CLEARCOAT 6-5
PSC-9000TM 2.1VOC CLEARCOAT
Product Description
PSC-9000 2.1 VOC Clearcoat is a versatile, high gloss, 2 component acrylic clearcoat. PSC-9000’s fast setting and
through drying gives you a superior combination of outstanding appearance and productivity.
PSC-9000 Clearcoat provides high gloss, excellent flow and leveling, durability and ease-of-use. Use PSC-9000 Clear
for all top-quality overall, spot and panel finishes. This clear resists shrinkage and dieback, and retains its glossy
appearance whether baked or air-dried. And with advanced UV filters and absorbers, your finishes keep their beauty
longer. Pro-Spray PSC-9000 – when appearance counts!
Features / Benefits
Low 2.1 VOC
Deep, glossy appearance without buffing
Exceptional flow
Excellent leveling
Versatile baking or air-dry options
Dieback resistant
Easy-to-use
Toughened with advanced UV filters and absorbers
Substrates And Preparation
Substrates – Use PSC-9000 over properly mixed and applied solid color / metallic or pearlescent basecoats. Allow
final coat of basecoat to dry for 15 – 30 minutes before applying clearcoat. (Extend basecoat dry time to 30-minutes
when applying several coats and/or in cooler shop conditions.)
Preparation – Mask the entire vehicle to prevent overspray from sticking.
Special Mixing And Application Information
Mixing Directions – Under normal shop conditions, follow the mix ratios below. Mix thoroughly and strain before
using.
Mix Ratio - 3:1:1
• 3 Parts PSC-9000 Clearcoat
• 1 Part PCA-350, PCA-351, PCA-352 or PCA-353 Activator
(California Compliant)
• 1 Part PCR-1762, PCR-1763, or PCR-1764 H.S. Thinner
Mix Ratio - 3:1:10%
• 3 Parts PSC-9000 Clearcoat
• 1 Part PCA-350, PCA-351, PCA-352 or PCA-353 Activator
(California Compliant)
• 10% Part PCR-1762, PCR-1763, or PCR-1764 H.S. Thinner
Apply 2 medium wet coats with a 5-10 minute flash between coats. Air dry overnight before polishing. If force dried,
polish 2 hours after cool down.
Do not apply more clear after 1-hour of applying previous coats.
Pot Life – 1½ - 2½ hours at 68°F / 20°C (For best results use mixture within 1-hour.)
Viscosity – 15-16 seconds in a #4 DIN cup @ 68°F / 20°C.
Clean-up
Clean equipment immediately after use with cleaning solvent. Dispose of according to state, local and federal regulations.
Important Health And Safety Cautions
For professional use only. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. WARNING! CONTENTS FLAMMABLE. VAPOR AND
SPRAY MIST HARMFUL. SKIN AND EYE IRRITANT.
Do not handle the Pro-Spray products until the Material Safety Data Sheets have been read and understood in their
entirety. Ensure that all employees are trained on Material Safety Data Sheets or all chemicals with which they come into
contact with. The manufacturer recommends the use of an air-supplied respirator when exposed to vapors or spray mist.
Wear protective clothing, gloves and eye safety with side shield.
This data sheet information is given in good faith but without warranty. The information contained herein represents the
current state of our knowledge and is intended as a guide to our products and their uses; it is not intended as insurance of
certain product properties or of their specific applications.
Follow all warnings on product labels. Any industrial property rights should be observed. We guarantee perfect product
quality under the terms of our general conditions of sale.
TS-PSC-9000 REV. 0705
6-6 CLEARCOAT
PRO-SPRAY
PSC-9000TM 2.1VOC CLEARCOAT
SAFETY
Before using Pro-Spray® products, read all safety warnings and MSDS.
For professional use only by trained painters. Not for sale or use by the general public.
SUBSTRATES
Should only be applied to solid color/ metallic or pearlescent basecoats.
Allow final coat of basecoat to dry for 15-30 mins before applying.
Extend basecoat dry time to 30 minutes when applying several base coats and/or in cooler shop conditions.
Mask the entire vehicle to prevent overspray from sticking.
MIXING
PSC-9000 Clearcoat
PCA-350/351/352/353 Activator
PCR-1762/1763/1764 Thinner
3 parts
1 part
1 part
3 parts
1 part
10%
GUN SETUPS
Conventional
SIPHON FEED:
GRAVITY FEED:
1.4 mm - 1.6 mm
1.6 mm
HVLP
SIPHON FEED:
GRAVITY FEED:
1.3 mm - 1.5 mm
1.5 mm - 1.7 mm
AIR PRESSURE
Conventional
SIPHON FEED:
GRAVITY FEED:
HVLP
Panel
45 - 55 psi @ the gun.
45 - 55 psi @ the gun.
9 - 10 psi @ the gun cap.
Overall
45 - 60 psi @ the gun.
45 - 60 psi @ the gun.
5 - 6 psi @ the gun cap.
APPLICATION
Apply 2 medium wet coats. Allow to flash 5-10 minutes between coats.
FLASH/DRY TIMES (AIR DRY)
Flash between Coats:
Dust Free:
Time to Handleable (Assemble):
Time to Through Dry:
5 - 10 minutes.
30 - 45 minutes.
4 - 5 hours.
Overnight.
FLASH/DRY TIMES (FORCE DRY)
Flash before Force Dry:
5 - 10 minutes.
Cycle Time:
20 minutes @ 60°C / 140°F metal temperature.
Dust Free:
At cool down.
(Dry and cure times are dependent on air movement, temperature and film builds.)
INFRARED DRY
Refer to the infrared manufactures guide for setup recommendations.
POLISHING
Optimum Times:
Sanding:
Air Dry: After 24 Hours.
Force Dry: 2 hour after cool down.
Use 1500 grit wet or finer. Or use 1500 DA or finer.
Compounding: Use finishing compound. Apply a thin ribbon of material to the area to be polished. Use a
double-sided wool polishing pad or a foam pad. Maintain air polisher or variable speed buffer at 1800-3000
rpm. Remove excess finishing compound with a clean soft cloth prior to applying finishing polish.
PRO-SPRAY
COLOUR IDENTIFICATION 7-1
COLOUR CODE
LOCATIONS
DOMESTIC VEHICLES
1
2
3, 11
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
12
13
14
15
16
Front Support
Behind Battery
Shock Tower
Dash Panel
Under Passenger Seat
Behind Wheel
Wheel Housing
Spare Tire Cover
Trunk Lid
Storage Compartments
Under Driver’s Seat
Door Jamb
Door Pillar
Glove Box
Instrument Panel
MODEL
POSITION
CHRYSLER CORP.
Cirrus
3
Concorde
3
LeBaron
11
LHS
3
Sebring
4
New Yorker
3
Town & Country
1
DODGE
Avenger
4
Caravan
1
Intrepid
3
Neon
3
Stratus
3
PLYMOUTH
Breeze
3
Neon
3
Stratus
3
Voyager
1
9
8
6
15
1
13
12
5
3
MODEL
POSITION
EAGLE
Talon
4
Vision
3
JEEP
Cherokee
4
Grand Cherokee
4
Wrangler
12
TRUCKS
Dakota
6
Pickup
5, 1
Full Size Van
2
All Models
14
FORD MOTOR CO.
All Models
10
7
4
2
11
MODEL
POSITION
GENERAL MOTORS
BUICK
Century
9
Riviera
7
Regal
9
Other Models
8
CADILLAC
Catera
10
Other Models
8
CHEVROLET
Camaro
13
Corvette
10
Monte Carlo
9
Tracker
16
Venture
10
Other Models
8
OLDSMOBILE
Aurora
7
Bravada
15
13
16
14
MODEL
POSITION
Intrigue
9
Silhouette
10
Other Models
8
PONTIAC
Firebird
13
Grand Prix
9
Tran Sport
10
Other Models
8
TRUCKS/VANS
Full Size Van
14
Full Size Pickup
15
Astro/Safari
14
Kodiak/Topkick
6
Other Models
15
SATURN
All Models
8
TS-COLR ID REV. 0305
7-2 COLOUR IDENTIFICATION
PRO-SPRAY
COLOUR CODE LOCATIONS
IMPORTED VEHICLES
1, 2, 3
4
5
6, 9, 13
Fire Wall
Door Pillar
Door Jamb
Strut Towers
or Wheel Housing
7, 8, 14 Under Hood
or Bonnet
10
Wheel Housing
11
Under Trunk Floor Mat,
Trunk Lid
12
Vin #
15
Panel Pocket
MODEL
Alfa Romeo
Aston Martin
Audi
Austin Rover
BMW
Daewoo
Daihatsu
POSITION
11, 13
12
11
15
1, 6, 9, 13
2, 7
2, 14
11
1
12
2
13
3
6
14
7
MODEL
POSITION
Honda/Acura
3, 5, 6
Honda Passport
2
Hyundai
5, 6
Ferrari
11
Fiat
11, 13
Isuzu
1, 2, 5
Jaguar
5, 10, 14
9
8
15
5
10
4
MODEL
POSITION
Kia
4, 5, 10
Lamborghini
2, 3
Land Rover
5, 8, 14
Mazda
5
Mercedes-Benz
2, 7, 11
Mitsubishi
1, 2, 3, 14
Nissan/Infiniti 1, 3, 5, 6, 10
MODEL
POSITION
Porsche
6, 8, 11, 14
Saab
5, 9, 10
Subaru
6, 9
Suzuki
6, 9
Toyota/Lexus
2, 5, 15
Volkswagen
5, 11
Volvo
6, 7, 8
PRO-SPRAY
COLOUR IDENTIFICATION 7-3
MINOLTA COLOR READER
The Minolta CECF-9 Color Reader is a great tool to use when the vehicle paint code cannot be found. This compact color
reader is easy to use and portable providing the user with another option when searching for the right color!
• Displays closest match to an electronically
stored fandeck.
• Inexpensive alternative to POS Color
Matching Computer system.
• Ideal tool for sales people, technical
representatives and distributors.
• Searches a fandeck to find the two closest
shades in the stored fandeck.
• Provides best match from existing color
system.
• Reduces amount of custom color matching
by suggesting closest existing shade.
• Ideal for POS locations.
• Can be used in the jobber store or in the
field at a bodyshop.
Features:
• Gives an indicator of the closeness of the
match:
No plus sign = good visual match; < 1.5 DE
One plus sign = reasonably close match; 1.5 - 3.0 DE
Two plus signs = closest match found
but not a good match; > 3.0 DE
• Small, lightweight - easily held in the palm of
your hand.
• Battery operated; runs on 4 AA batteries.
• Easy to operate ... no training required.
• Model CECF-9 stores up to 5,000 colors with
9-character names.
TS-CLR.RDR REV. 0305
7-4 COLOR IDENTIFICATION
PRO-SPRAY
MINOLTA COLOR READER COLOR LOADING PROCEDURE
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Click on the Minolta Icon
Connect the gray cord to the Minolta Color Reader.
Turn on the Color Reader holding all key in.
Click on instrument and click calibrate. The camera will read remote.
Click on File and click on Open
Select Color Database...example BMW then select open.
Click instrument then EEP ROM Write. (Data base will now load.)
Disconnect the Minolta Color Reader. Turn it off then turn it back on.
It should read:
Set Cal. Plate
q Measure
With the lens cap on press the blue button until it clicks and a 1 is displayed.
You will now be ready to take readings.
NOTE: Readings are numbered 1-10 delete all to remove previous readings from the camera.
To change character settings go to settings - then preferences and choose 9 characters.
PRO-SPRAY
COLOUR MATCHING 8-1
UNDERSTANDING COLOUR MATCHING
COLOUR TERMINOLOGY
Face Tone
Flip Tone
Base Tinter/Mass tone
Under Tone
Hue
Metamerism
The colour when viewed straight on
The colour when viewed from an angle
The colour of a single pigment or tinter
The colour produced by mixing a self colour with either white or aluminium
The quality of colour which is described by the words red, yellow, green, blue.
Pure black, grey and white are neutral
The phenomenon of two coloured samples that appear to be identical under one
or more light sources but are a miss match under other light sources
SOLID/METALLIC COLOURS
Solid Colours are pigments finely dispersed in a resin medium at a sufficient concentration to give opacity at a
film thickness of 2 thou. Light is reflected from the paint film in the same way that it is reflected from a glass
surface or mirror. The light penetrates about half-way into the film and is reflected away at the same angle at
which it enters. This gives the effect of opacity and all-over colour which looks the same from any angle of
direction.
Light falling on pigmented film, reflected away at the same angle
METALLIC COLOURS can cause many more problems for the refinisher than is the case with solid colours, and
therefore need much more care in application to produce good colour matches. An understanding of why
metallic finishes present these problems will go a long way towards helping the refinisher to deal with them.
Metallic colours are characteristically different from solid (fully pigmented) ones. The paint is a translucent
material which gets its opacity from the aluminium flakes which are layered in it. Because of this translucency a
ray of light can easily penetrate the paint surface and is reflected back only when it strikes one of these aluminium flakes. As the aluminium flakes lie at all depths, the total light is reflected and scattered in all directions,
giving the finish a metallic sparkle.
This gives the metallic paints their characteristics apparent colour difference when viewed from the face and flip
tone. As the layering of the aluminium particles affect the appearance of the paint film, it follows that different
effects can be obtained by different spraying methods.
If the material is sprayed dry, the aluminium flakes are trapped in the surface of the paint film. This lightens the
colour and enhances the metallic appearance of the finish. If the material is sprayed wet, the flakes have time to
sink in, bringing up the colour of the tinting pigments and producing a darker effect.
When repairing a metallic finish, an accurate reproduction of the original finish can only be obtained by matching
both the colour and the metallic appearance.
Light penetration and reflection from
aluminium particles in a wet and heavy
spray condition
Light penetration and reflection from
aluminium particles after a dry and light
spray condition
TS-CLR.MTCHNG REV. 0305
8-2 COLOUR MATCHING
PRO-SPRAY
IDENTIFYING THE COLOUR
Use the Pro-Spray Intermix program to identify the colour required by reference to the Manufacturers colour
name or code. Where the code is missing use the Pro-Spray Minolta Colour Reader or by matching the car
colour to a colour swatch.
MIXING THE COLOUR
1. Use the Pro-Spray Intermix program to obtain the mixing formula for the required colour.
2. Check that all bases are thoroughly stirred. New tinters should be stirred for at least 20 minutes. It is
advised that your mixing schemes are switched on a twice a day for at least 10 minutes at a time, and
further suggested that a short stir be carried out prior to mixing. During cold spells stirring periods should
be extended.
3. It is recommended that aluminium and pearl bases are hand stirred with a wide blade prior to being
machine stirred. This ensures that all aluminium and pearl paste is thoroughly mixed, and any slight
settlement is stirred in.
4. Do not leave the mixing machines running continuously. This will have a detrimental effect on the contents.
5. Ensure that all lugs on the top of cans are properly engaged, that the stirrer is rotating freely, and the
pourer is clean and seats properly when closed. Failure to clean the pourer will lead to bits of dried paint
in the mix and will cause problems if the sprayer does not strain before use.
IMPORTANT: always hand stir every mix immediately after mixing and before putting on a shaker or delivering
to your customer. Failure to stir mixed paint will result in little or no shelf life of mixed paint.
SPRAYING THE COLOUR
1. Always spray out test panels ensuring that full opacity is obtained; allow to dry and check against the
vehicle before applying the colour.
2. When using the colour always ensure that it is well stirred and thinned with the correct thinner to the
recommended viscosity (checked with a viscosity cup) and activated where necessary.
3. When using a basecoat/clearcoat system it is essential to apply the clearcoat (correctly thinned, and
activated) which should be allowed to dry before comparing the test panel with the car.
4. Always clean and compound the section(s) next to the one being painted. In this way if the colour needs
fading out (particularly with metallics) the necessary preparation has been done. This also ensures that
when the match is being checked, the proper colour is showing and not a faded or dirty one.
5. The following points should be noted as the variations in technique listed will affect the final colour,
particularly on metallics.
• Air pressure
• Speed of pass
• Film thickness
• Flash off time (Air temperature or thinners)
• Viscosity of paint
PRO-SPRAY
COLOUR MATCHING 8-3
Before tinting a metallic colour, decide if one of the following techniques will solve the problems:
PAINT SHOP CONDITIONS
Temperature
Humidity
Air movement
SPRAY GUN
Fluid nozzle
Needle control
Air cap
Fan width
Air pressure
THINNING
Type of thinner
Amount of thinner
TO LIGHTEN
Warm up
Low
Increase
TO DARKEN
Cool down
High
Decrease
TO LIGHTEN
Small
Close up
High air consumption
(fine atomisation)
Wide
High
TO DARKEN
Large
Open out
Low air consumption
(poor atomisation)
Narrow
Low
TO LIGHTEN
Fast
Over thin (lower viscosity)
TO DARKEN
Slow
Under thin (raise viscosity)
TO LIGHTEN
Distant
Fast
Long
TO DARKEN
Close
Slow
Short
SPRAY TECHNIQUE
Gun distance
Gun speed
Flash off time between coats
6. It is advisable to build up a collection of spray test panels into a colour library which will prove invaluable
with future colour matching. Ensure that the formulae used are written on the reverse, together with any
additional quantities of tinter and other information to facilitate the remixing of the colour at a later date.
TINTING THE COLOUR
Always use daylight for colour matching as artificial light gives a false impression. For example:
DAYLIGHT
WHITE
YELLOW
GREEN
BLUE
RED
TUNGSTEN FILAMENT LAMP
Slightly Yellow
Orange Yellow
Greyish Green
Greyish Blue
Slightly Orange
SODIUM DISCHARGE LAMP
Light Yellow
Yellow
Brownish Yellow
Dark Brown or Black
Brown
MERCURY DISCHARGE LAMP
Bluish Yellow
Greenish Yellow
Deeper Green
Deep Violet Blue
Dark Brown
1. Wherever possible spray out the colour, as paint dabbed on a panel will give a wrong impression.
2. Always allow the paint to fully dry before any comparison is made, as the shade will often change during
the drying process.
3. Where the adjustment of a colour is necessary please refer to the “General Guide to Tinting Colours”
ensuring whenever possible that the tinters already appearing in the formula are used.
4. Further advice and assistance can be obtained by contacting your Pro-Spray Distributor or Representative.
MIXING EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE
To ensure the accurate mixing of colour formulae it is essential that all the paint mixing equipment-scales and
mixing machines-are kept in good condition and treated with the respect due to any accurate piece of equipment. The following notes will help you to achieve this aim.
Scales
1. Scales should be kept clean, ensuring that everything moves freely.
2. Check that the scales are level and on a firm stable base.
3. Regular servicing by the manufacturers is recommended.
4. Pro-Spray will not reimburse any cost incurred for servicing or repair.
8-4 COLOUR MATCHING
PRO-SPRAY
GENERAL GUIDE TO TINTING COLOURS NOTES:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
In all metallic colours, White will make the face tone dirty but will make the fliptone light.
Do not add white unless you are sure that this is the effect that you require.
Allow the colour to dry thoroughly before checking the colour.
Activated paint systems should be activated before checking the colour.
Clear Over Base colours must have the clearcoat applied before checking the colour.
Single stage metallics should be lightly polished prior to checking the colour.
Metallics should be viewed face tone and flip tone.
Use only the tinters as shown in the colour formula.
The following tinters are not suitable for use in metallic colours:
MB-204/205, HB-520/523/525/545/547, VB-604/618.
10. The following tinters are reduced in strength and best used when only light tinting is required:
MB-201/203/207/209/215/259.
11. When using this guide refer to the Pro-Spray formulation and use the tinters from which the formula is
made.
COLOUR
SOLID GREY
SOLID BLUE SOLID GREEN SOLID RED SOLID MAROON SOLID YELLOW SOLID ORANGE
IF TOO
DARK
ADD:
MB-201,
HB-500
MB-201,
HB-500
MB-201,
HB-500
HB-523
VB-604
HB-520
HB-545
VB-604
HB-520
HB-511
HB-545
MB-201
HB-500
yellow as
per formula
MB-201
HB-500
HB-520
yellow as in
formula
IF TOO
LIGHT
ADD:
Black as in
formula
Blue as in
formula
HB-551
Black or blue
As in formula
HB-511
VB-620
VB-620
And black if
in formula
Yellow as in
formula
HB-520
HB-545
IF TOO
GREEN
ADD:
MB-259
MB-206
MB-207
MB-259
Or blue as
in formula
yellow as in
formula
-
-
yellow as in
formula
HB-545
HB-525
IF TOO
RED
ADD:
HB-551
MB-204
HB-551
MB-204
HB-551
blue and yellow
as in formula
HB-520
HB-545
VB-604
VB-620
Yellow as in
formula with
blue as in
formula or a
hint of HB-551
Add orange
or yellow as
in formula
Blue or
black as in
formula
Maroon,
blue or
violet as in
formula
HB-551 or
blue and
black as in
formula
HB-511
HB-545
VB-620
VB-620 or
black if in
formula
MB-201
HB-500
MB-204 or
black if in
HB-520
HB-545
or Red oxide
if in formula
IF TOO
BLUE
ADD:
MB-204
MB-206
MB207
White +
tints except
blue as per
formula
Yellow as per
formula
HB-545
VB-604
HB-545
VB-604
Yellow as in
formula
HB-520
HB-545
IF TOO
DIRTY
ADD:
-
All tinters
as per
formula
except
black
All tinters as
per formula
except black
All tinters
as per
formula
except
black
All tinters as
per formula
except black
All tinters as
per formula
except black
All tinters as
per formula
except for
black
IF TOO
YELLOW
ADD:
PRO-SPRAY
COLOUR MATCHING 8-5
COLOUR
WHITE
IVORY
CREAM
BUFF
BROWNS
TANS
MET SILVER
SILVER GREY
DARK GREY
MET BLUE
MET GREEN
MET COPPER
BRONZE
BRONZE BROWN
MET RED
MAROON
MET GOLD
IF TOO
DARK
ADD:
MB-201
HB-500
Red,
orange or
yellow as
in formula
Aluminium for
face tone,
white for
fliptone as in
formula
Aluminium
for face tone,
white for
fliptone as
in formula
Aluminium
for face tone,
white for
fliptone as
in formula
Aluminium
as in formula
Aluminium
and red/
maroon as
in formula
Aluminium
IF TOO
LIGHT
ADD:
All toners
as in
formula
except
white
All toners
as in
formula
except
black
All toners in
formula
except
aluminium
All toners
in formula
except
aluminium
All toners in
formula
except
aluminium
All toners in
formula
except
aluminium
All toners in
formula
except
aluminium
All toners
in formula
except
aluminium
IF TOO
GREEN
ADD:
MB-204
MB-206
MB-207
Maroon or
red as in
formula
Maroon, violet
or red as in
formula
MB-229, or
Violet or
maroon as
in formula
Aluminium as
in formula
Red, brown
or maroon
tinters as in
formula
Red, brown
or maroon
tinters as in
formula
Red,
brown or
maroon
tinters as
in formula
IF TOO
RED
ADD:
Yellow as
in formula
Yellow or
orange as
in formula
MB-273
or a hint of
HB-551
HB-551
MB-204
HB-551
HB-551
MB-204
MB-204
or transparent or transparent
yellow as
yellow as
in formula
in formula
Aluminium
as in formula
Orange
yellows or
browns as
in formula
HB-500
and all
tinters
except
yellow
All tinters
except
yellow
and
orange
MB-272
MB-259
VB-620
Or Blue as
in formula
Blue or green
as in formula
Red or
brown tone
tinters, as in
formula
Red or brown
tone tinters,
as in formula
Red or
brown
tone
tinters, as
in formula
IF TOO
BLUE
ADD:
Yellow as
in formula
-
MB-215
MB-279
Aluminium
plus other
tinters in
formula
except blue
Aluminium
plus other
tinters in
formula
except blue
or green
-
Transparent
red, brown
or maroon
in formula
-
IF TOO
DIRTY
ADD:
All tinters
in formula
except
black
All tinters
in formula
except
black
All tinters in
formula
except black
All tinters
in formula
except
black
All tinters in
formula
except black
All tinters in
formula
except black
All tinters in
formula
except black
All tinters
in formula
except
black
IF TOO
YELLOW
ADD:
8-6 COLOUR MATCHING
PRO-SPRAY
PRO-SPRAY
CONVERSION CHARTS 9-1
Temperature Conversion Chart
Degrees
Celsius
(°C)
Degrees
Fahrenheit
(°F)
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
41.0
42.8
44.6
46.4
48.2
50.0
51.8
53.6
55.4
57.2
59.0
60.8
62.6
64.4
66.2
68.0
69.8
71.6
73.4
Linear Measure
1 mil
1 inch
1 foot
1 yard
1 micron
=
=
=
=
=
1
1
1
1
=
=
=
=
mm
cm
m
m
=
=
=
=
1 milliliter
1 liter (L)
=
=
Degrees
Fahrenheit
(°F)
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
Degrees
Celsius
(°C)
75.2
77.0
78.8
80.6
82.4
84.2
86.0
87.8
89.6
91.4
93.2
95.0
96.8
98.6
100.4
102.2
104.0
105.8
107.6
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
Air Pressure
0.00254 cm 1psi
2.54 cm 1bar
30.48 cm
91.44 cm
0.0394 mil
Mils
0.5
0.0394 in
1.0
0.394 in
1.5
39.4 in
1.09 yd 2.0
2.5
3.0
4.0
29.57 ml 5.0
0.473 L 6.0
0.946 L 7.0
3.785 L 8.0
9.0
0.00106 qt 10.0
1.06 qt
Liquid Measure
1 ounce
1 pint
1 quart
1 gallon
Degrees
Celsius
(°C)
=
=
Degrees
Fahrenheit
(°F)
Degrees
Celsius
(°C)
109.4
111.2
113.0
114.8
116.6
118.4
120.2
122.0
123.8
125.6
127.4
129.2
131.0
132.8
134.6
136.4
138.2
140.0
141.8
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
143.6
145.4
147.2
149.0
150.8
152.6
154.4
156.2
158.0
159.8
161.6
163.4
165.2
167.0
168.8
170.6
172.4
174.2
176.0
Nozzle Sizes
0.00689 bar mm
14.5 psi 1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
Microns 1.6
12.7 1.7
25.4 1.8
38.1 1.9
50.8 2.0
63.5 2.2
76.2 2.5
101.6
127.0
152.4
177.8 1 grain (gr)
203.2 1 ounce (oz)
228.6 1 pound (Ib)
254.0 1 gram (g)
1 kilogram
Mils/Microns
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
Degrees
Fahrenheit
(°F)
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
inches
.047
.051
.055
.060
.060
.065
.070
.075
.080
.090
.100
=
=
=
=
=
0.648 g
28.35 g
453.59 g
15.4 gr
2.205 Ibs
Weight
TS-CONVERSIONS REV. 0905
9-1 CONVERSION CHARTS
PRO-SPRAY
PRO-SPRAY
Adhesion: The force that makes two materials stick
together. When paint bonds to paint, it is called intercoat
adhesion.
Air Dry: When a coating dries at normal room temperature,
usually between 60 and 80 degrees.
Airless Spray: Method of forcing coating through a sprayer
by hydraulic pressure rather than air.
Baking – Baking Temperature: Hardening a coating by
oven-drying or exposing to high temperatures. Baking
temperature is the prescribed heat for curing any
particular film.
Basecoat/Clearcoat: A two-layer paint system which,
unlike conventional lacquer or enamel, has the pigment in
the basecoat. A clearcoat is applied to protect the
basecoat providing protection and a deep luster
appearance.
Batch: A unit of production, usually stated numerically on
the product container. A sequence of numbers stating the
date of production. May be measured by size of a special
order, i.e. a 25 gallon batch.
Binder: The non-volatile, film-forming liquid, usually oils,
alkyds, latex, varnishes, or plasticizers that binds the
pigment particles in paint together.
Blistering: Pressure under the paint film from vapor or
moisture will cause blistering. The vapor may come from
trapping solvents or from a chemical reaction within the
paint film itself. Gives the appearance of minute bubbles
in the paint film (see Solvent Pop).
Blushing: High humidity conditions. Usually caused by
condensation during the drying period. The film becomes
cloudy or translucent.
Body: A word used to indicate thickness or thinness of a
liquid paint. A more acceptable term is viscosity or
consistency.
Bridging: Refers to the ability of a paint film to span across
small gaps through its elastic or flexible qualities. It is a
desirable quality built into most paint films. Care must be
taken when masking to avoid bridging between the
surface being painted and the masking tape.
Brittleness: Easily cracked or flaked when bent.
Catalyst: An additive that causes chemical change to the
paint film. Catalysts usually affect speed of dry and
flexibility. Refers to a drier hardener or activator.
Chalking-Powdering: A dulled paint finish leaving a chalklike powder. Usually appears as a white marking on
horizontal surfaces which causes the colour to look faded.
Checking: Tiny breaks in the paint film. Usually “V” shaped
and the underlying surface is not visible.
Chipping: Separation of paint from its previous coat,
generally caused by impact such as the term stonechipping.
Cloudy: Hazy in appearance – see Blushing.
GLOSSARY OF TERMS 10-1
Cohesion: The state or process by which the particles
within the paint film are bound together.
Colour Retention: Refers to the ability of the paint to retain
its original colour for a long period of time.
Compatibility: The ability of materials to get along together
without causing separation or a reaction.
Corrosion: An oxidation process such as rust on steel. A
chemical reaction between to dissimilar metals. A
chemical reaction to eat away.
Covering Power: The ability of a coating to cover a
surface. Can be referred to as opacity or hiding power.
Cracking: Larger than hairline breaks in the paint surface.
Usually curled edges and the underlying surface is
exposed.
Crazing: Minute cracks or lines in a paint film. Usually
appears as tiny x’s in the surface and does not show the
underlying surface.
Cure: The drying or hardening process of a paint film.
Curing Agent: A catalyst which affects the drying or
hardness of a paint film.
Curtains: Sagging of the paint film usually caused by
applying too much.
Degreaser: A solvent for the purpose of removing grease,
oil, wax, silicone, or other contaminants.
Drier: A substance added to paint to make it dry. Driers
accelerate the action of drying without undergoing any
change themselves. Driers are metallic compounds such
as lead, cobalt, manganese, iron, zinc, calcium,
zirconium, etc., each to its own specific purpose.
Dry Film Thickness: A dry film of paint measured in mils
or in thousands of an inch.
Drying Time: Expressed as dry time between coats, setup
time, tack time, through dry, dust free time, or time before
a paint film can be recoated. All times expressed are
usually at room temperature. They may vary depending
on product and atmospheric conditions.
Durability: The lasting qualities or wearability of a paint for
which it was designed.
Enamel: A finish that dries to a hard film and cannot be
redissolved with solvent.
Evaporations: To convert into a gaseous state or vapor.
The action of drying, removing moisture. Lacquers dry by
the evaporation of solvents.
Feathering: Blending out. Tapering out the edge of a paint
film.
Film Thickness: The thickness of a paint coating
measured in mils.
Finishes: Topcoats that protect the substrate. Examples of
these paint systems are lacquers, basecoat/clearcoat,
water base, and high solids enamels.
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10-2 GLOSSARY OF TERMS
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Flaking: A failure in the substrate or paint coating causing
a separation between them.
Overspray: Paint sprayed in surrounding areas to the
target area.
Flash point: The temperature at which the solvent or
vapor will ignite in the presence of sparks or flame.
Peeling: Loss of adhesion. Stripping paint film from the
surface. Flaking.
Flat: No sheen or gloss.
Pinholing: Tiny round breaks in a paint film giving the
appearance of a pinhole.
Flexibility: A film that is easily bent without cracking or
losing adhesion.
Flow: The degree of leveling to a smooth finish. Excess
flow can create runs or sags.
Pot Life: The time specified to use a paint product after the
container was opened or after the product was mixed
with other ingredients. To be used within a period of time.
Forced Drying: Drying a paint film at increased
temperatures usually not over 150°F.
Primers: Undercoats which bind the topcoat to a substrate.
Gloss: A degree of luster. The shine on a paint film.
Relative Humidity: A scientific way of measuring moisture
in the air. The percentage ratio of water vapor in the air to
the amount required to saturate it at the same room
temperature.
Gloss Retention: The length of time a finish retains its
gloss without flatting or dulling.
Hardness: The capacity of a surface or paint film to resist
scratching.
Hiding Power: The ability of a paint film to hid previous
coats or the surface beneath. Opacity.
Hold Out: The ability to seal a surface so the colour coat
will be of even gloss. The ability to prevent sinking and
sand scratches. Primers have holdout.
Incompatible: Paint products or paint systems that should
not be mixed together or should not be applied over
another are incompatible.
Intercoat Adhesion: Refers to adhesion between two
coats of paint.
Jelled: Products that are allowed to thicken by adding
certain additives. A jelly-like state.
Lacquer: A finish that dries by the evaporation of solvent.
Lifting: When the solvents in the topcoat penetrate the
coat underneath causing it to lift up, wrinkle, or sink in.
When a film loses adhesion causing it to lift and peel.
Luster: Gloss. Deep gloss or luster is the appearance of
depth obtained by multiple coats of paint.
Masking: To protect areas from being painted by covering
with masking paper or tape. The masking of a colour on
exposure is called chalking.
Mil Thickness: Unit of measuring film thickness. One (1)
mil equals one thousandth of an inch (.001 inch).
Mist Coat: A semi-transparent spray coat of paint. A paint
that is reduced too thin and sprayed as a mist coat. A
coat of paint applied by keeping the spray gun too far
away from the surface.
Reduce: To thin in viscosity by adding a solvent.
Runs/Sags/Curtains: Usually caused by improper
consistency of paint, too slow a solvent used for the
temperature, or applying to heavily.
Sealer: A primer that does not allow succeeding coats to
penetrate. Also seals in material that may otherwise
bleed through the surface.
Seeding: A uniform sandy-like appearance over the entire
painted area caused by the incompatibility of materials, a
lumping of pigment, or the resin becoming gelatinous.
Settling: When the pigment separates from the resin and
settles on the bottom.
Sheen: Luster, gloss, semi-gloss, etc.
Shelf Life: The length of time a product can be stored on a
shelf and still be usable (See Pot Life).
Solids: The pigment and non-volatile components of the
paint. Material which remains on the surface. Can be
measured by weight and volume.
Solvent: The component that dissolves other components.
Usually volatile in paint. Reducer, thinner. There are two
categories of paint, one is called Solvent-based, referring
to oils or resin; the other is Water-base or Water-borne in
which water is the solvent.
Specifications: Written instructions on details of a product
referring to its use, content, or formula performance.
Substrate: A layer lying under another. A material on a
surface on which a coating will be applied.
Tacky: That sticky condition that exists when drying. A
condition between wet and dry.
Non-Volatile (Solids): The portion of paint that does not
evaporate.
Thinner: A volatile liquid in which the viscosity of paint can
be modified. The thinner evaporates when the paint is
drying.
Orange Peel: Referred to as a film that has the
appearance of an orange peel, caused by improper spray
application.
Tooth: Roughening of a surface with sandpaper or washing
with a chemical degreaser in preparation for paint. A
condition of the surface which assists adhesion.
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GLOSSARY OF TERMS 10-3
Toughness: The quality of a hard film to resist scratches,
abrasion, and breaking.
Viscosity: The thickness or thinness of a liquid. A measure
of resistance to flow.
Undercoat: A primer over which a topcoat will be applied.
Volatile: Any material that passes off in the form of a
vapor. A liquid that evaporates during the dry of a film.
Vehicle: A liquid resin, as oil mixed with pigment to make
paint.
10-4 GLOSSARY OF TERMS
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PRO-SPRAY
EQUIPMENT WARRANTY INFORMATION 11-1
WARRANTY INFORMATION ON COMPUTER AND MIXING
EQUIPMENT
These warranties are covered under normal wear and tear of the product. Any damage above and beyond normal
wear and tear are not covered such as: Viruses from outside sources, Power Surges, Lightning, Dust, Dirt, Operator
error and/or improper use, water damage. These factors will be replaced at the expense of the customer.
All Freight claims must be filled out at the time of damage. Equipment damaged during freight but not reported are at
the expense of the customer.
All shipping expenses to USC are to be paid for by the customer and insured for the proper value. USC will pay for
the return freight back to the customer.
Computer Customer Service: 330-830-6000 Ext. 303
Computer Equipment
Monitors
CD-Rom
Computer CPU, Hard Drive, Memory
Keyboard, Mouse
3 year Warranty
1 Year Warranty
3 Year Warranty
No Warranty
May be replaced under Warranty
May be replaced under Warranty
May be replaced under warranty
Replaced at owners expense
Damaged computers covered under warranty must be shipped back to:
U.S. Chemical & Plastics
Attn: Steve Young
600 Nova Drive
Massillon, Ohio 44648
Products will be serviced and returned to the customer within 2 to 3 working days. Any damages not covered under
warranty will be billed accordingly to the customer.
U.S. Chemical & Plastics is only responsible for Pro-Spray Software loaded on Pro-Spray computers.
Minolta Color Eye
For Service
Konica Minolta Photo Imaging USA – ISD Service Dept.
Attn: Mark Lombardi
725 Darlington Ave.
Mahwah, NJ 07430
Phone 888-473-2656
Service Charge of $175 with repair cost ranging from a total of $300 to $600
Dedoes Mixing Equipment
Dedoes Customer Service: Dean Blood 800-521-7086 ext. 241
All parts are covered under a 3 year warranty. All parts covered under the warranty are replaced and shipped free of
charge by Dedoes. Contact Dedoes for Customer Service.
Products damaged from misuse or improper operations are not covered.
11-2 WARRANTY INFORMATION
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Sartorius Scales
Sartorius offers a 5 year Warranty covering all scales except Eco- Mix Terminal which is 2 years. Damage from Power
Surges, lightning, water damage, Operator error, or improper use are not covered.
Scales under warranty must be insured for the value of the scale when shipped back to Sartorius at the customer’s
expense. Sartorius will provide shipment back to customer.
Before returning any equipment the customer MUST call Jane Marx, in the U.S. at 1-800-645-3108, ext. 8351 or Mike
Ferriera, in Canada, at 1-905-569-7977. Sartorius will need the model#, Serial #, and problem with the scale. In
return, Sartorius will provide you with a Service Notification Number that must be on the box when returned to
Sartorius.
Loaner Scales may be provided by Sartorius on a FCFS basis (First Come First Serve). Loaner Scales may not be
available and can not be guaranteed to be in-stock. In this event, the Jobber will be responsible to provide a
temporary loaner scale.
Sartorius Addresses:
In the U.S.
In Canada:
Sartorius Corp.
131 Heartland Blvd.
Edgewood, NY 11717
Sartorius Corp.
2179 Dunwin Drive
Mississauga, Ont. L5L 1X2
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INDEX 12-1
PART # ..................................................................................................................................................................... PAGE NUMBER (S)
A-380 .................................................................................................................................................................................... 3-2, 5-6, 5-19
A-500 ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 3-1, 4-1, 4-3
A-503 ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 3-1, 4-1, 4-3
A-510 ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 4-11, 4-12
a-512 ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 4-11, 4-12
A-514 ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 2-1, 2-3, 4-1
A-516 .................................................................................................................................................................................................. 2-1
A-518 .................................................................................................................................................................................................... 2-3
A-524 ............................................................................................................................................................................................. 3-1, 3-3
Colour Identification, Domestic Vehicles ............................................................................................................................................. 7-1
Colour Identification, Imported Vehicles ............................................................................................................................................. 7-2
Colour Matching .............................................................................................................................................................. 8-1, 8-2, 8-3, 8-4
Colour Tinting ....................................................................................................................................................................... 8-3, 8-4, 8-5
CSS-3500 ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 5-4
CSS-3510 ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 5-8, 5-9
DX84 .................................................................................................................................................................................................. 5-6
EBA-50 ............................................................................................................................................................................ 4-4, 4-6, 4-8, 4-9
Tintable Primer/Sealer ........................................................................................................................................................................ 4-7
3.5 VOC Tintable Primer/Sealer ......................................................................................................................................................... 4-8
Engine Bay Colours ..................................................................................................................................................................... 4-4, 4-5
H.S. 3.5 VOC Single Stage .............................................................................................................................................. 5-4, 5-5, 5-6, 5-7
HB-500 .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 8-4, 8-5
HB-511 ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 8-4
HB-520 ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 8-4
HB-523 ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 8-4
HB-525 ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 8-4
HB-545 ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 8-4
HB-551 .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 8-4, 8-5
IC-773 .............................................................................................................................................................................................. 5-20
ICA-799 ................................................................................................................................................. 4-6, 4-7, 5-2, 5-8, 5-10, 5-19, 6-3
ICA-800 ...................................................................................... 4-1, 4-3, 4-4, 4-5, 4-6, 4-7, 4-10, 5-2, 5-8, 5-10, 5-19, 6-1, 6-2, 6-3, 6-4
ICA-801 ...................................................................................... 4-1, 4-3, 4-4, 4-5, 4-6, 4-7, 4-10, 5-2, 5-8, 5-10, 5-19, 6-1, 6-2, 6-3, 6-4
ICA-802 ...................................................................................... 4-1, 4-3, 4-4, 4-5, 4-6, 4-7, 4-10, 5-2, 5-8, 5-10, 5-19, 6-1, 6-2, 6-3, 6-4
ICA-803 ...................................................................................................... 4-1, 4-3, 4-4, 4-5, 4-6, 4-7, 5-3, 5-10, 5-19, 6-1, 6-2, 6-3, 6-4
ICR-0014 .......................................................................................................................................................... 1-1, 3-1, 3-3, 5-1, 5-4, 5-8
ICR-0015 ................................................................................................................................................................................ 1-1, 3-1, 3-3
ICR-1332 ....................................................................... 4-2, 4-3, 4-4, 4-5, 4-6, 4-7, 5-10, 5-12, 5-13, 5-14, 5-15, 5-19, 6-1, 6-2, 6-3, 6-4
ICR-1333 ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 3-1, 3-3
ICR1401 .................................................................................................................................................................................. 5-18, 5-20
ICR-1402 ............................................................................................................................................................ 1-1, 3-1, 3-3, 5-1, 5-4,5-8
ICR-1692 ......................................................... 4-2, 4-3, 4-4, 4-5, 4-6, 4-7, 4-10, 5-2, 5-3, 5-10, 5-13, 5-14, 5-15, 5-19, 6-1, 6-2, 6-3, 6-4
ICR-1693 ......................................................... 4-2, 4-3, 4-4, 4-5, 4-6, 4-7, 4-10, 5-2, 5-3, 5-10, 5-13, 5-14, 5-15, 5-19, 6-1, 6-2, 6-3, 6-4
ICR-1694 ......................................................... 4-2, 4-3, 4-4, 4-5, 4-6, 4-7, 4-10, 5-2, 5-3, 5-10, 5-13, 5-14, 5-15, 5-19, 6-1, 6-2, 6-3, 6-4
LA37659BC ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 5-11
MB-201 .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 8-4, 8-5
MB-204 .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 8-4, 8-5
MB-206 .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 8-4, 8-5
MB-207 .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 8-4, 8-5
MB-215 ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 8-5
MB-229 ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 8-5
MB-259 .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 8-4, 8-5
MB-272 ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 8-5
MB-273 ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 8-5
MB-279 ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 8-5
Minolta Color Reader (CECF-9) .................................................................................................................................................. 7-3, 8-2
Minolta Color Reader-Loading Procedure ........................................................................................................................................... 7-4
P-2020 ............................................................................................................................................ 3-1, 3-2, 3-3, 4-1, 4-6, 4-8, 5-19, 5-20
P-451 ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 5-14, 5-15
P-526 ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 3-2, 5-18
P-527 ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 3-2, 5-18
P-528 ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 3-2, 5-18
PCA-350 .................................................................................................................................... 4-8, 4-9, 4-10, 5-5, 5-6, 5-8, 5-9, 6-5, 6-6
PCA-351 .................................................................................................................................... 4-8, 4-9, 4-10, 5-5, 5-6, 5-8, 5-9, 6-5, 6-6
PCA-352 .................................................................................................................................... 4-8, 4-9, 4-10, 5-5, 5-6, 5-8, 5-9, 6-5, 6-6
PCA-353 .................................................................................................................................... 4-8, 4-9, 4-10, 5-5, 5-6, 5-8, 5-9, 6-5, 6-6
PCR-1762 ............................................................................................ 4-8, 4-9, 4-10, 5-5, 5-6, 5-8, 5-9, 5-10, 5-12, 5-13, 5-19, 6-5, 6-6
PCR-1763 ............................................................................................ 4-8, 4-9, 4-10, 5-5, 5-6, 5-8, 5-9, 5-10, 5-12, 5-13, 5-19, 6-5, 6-6
PCR-1764 ............................................................................................ 4-8, 4-9, 4-10, 5-5, 5-6, 5-8, 5-9, 5-10, 5-12, 5-13, 5-19, 6-5, 6-6
PSC-7000 .................................................................................................................................................................................... 6-1, 6-2
PSC-8000 ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 6-3, 6-4
PSC-9000 ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 6-5, 6-6
R-6028 ........................................................................................................................................................................... 5-10, 5-16, 5-17
Transparent/Tintable Sealer National VOC ......................................................................................................................................... 4-6
VB-604 ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 8-4
VB-620 .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 8-4, 8-5
Warranty Information .................................................................................................................................................................. 11-1,11-2
TS-INDX REV. 1105
PRO-SPRAY
TECH MANUAL
TECHNICAL SUPPORT
PRO-SPRAY
• Intermix Paint System
• Paint Computer
• Label Printer
• Color Reader
DEDOES
• Alliance Mixing Station
• Mixing Table
• Mixing Lids
SARTORIUS
• Digital Scale
• Eco-Mix Terminal
1-800-321-0672
www.uschem.com
1-800-521-7086
www.dedoes.com
1-800-635-2906
www.sartorius.com
PRO-SPRAY®
European Automotive Finishes
Cambridgeshire Coatings Limited
P.O. Box 34, St Neots, Huntingdon, England, PE19 6ZG
Telephone: 44 (0) 1480 880035 • FAX: 44 (0) 1480 880108
E-Mail: [email protected]
In the U.S. Call: 1-800-321-0672
BR-131 REV. 0905
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