x Permasolid 1K UV Starlight Primer Surfacer 9002

x Permasolid 1K UV Starlight Primer Surfacer 9002
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Technical Data Sheet
Permasolid® 1K UV Starlight Primer
Surfacer 9002
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Permasolid 1K UV Starlight Primer Surfacer 9002, a one component UV curable primer surfacer, was
developed with speed and productivity in mind. This medium build primer surfacer is easy to apply, lays down
smooth, and offers significantly reduced process cycle time. It can be applied, cured with UV light, and be
ready to sand in seconds.
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Permasolid 1K UV Starlight Primer Surfacer 9002 is available in a 1 liter and is also conveniently packaged in an
aerosol can.
This product is for professional painting of vehicles only.
Technical Data Sheet No. 9002 Mar. 2014
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Suitable Substrates:
Bare Steel
Galvanized Steel
Aluminum
Thoroughly degreased, sanded E-coat.
Original or old paintwork (except reversible substrates, Example: lacquer)
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Priomat Primers
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Permasolid EP Primer Surfacer 4500
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Priomat Elastic Primer 3304 Transparent
Substrate Pretreatment:
Degrease and sand.
Before further treatment, clean all substrates thoroughly with
Permaloid  Silicone Removers 7087 or 7010 Slow, Permahyd  Silicone Remover 7085,
or Permahyd  Silicone Remover 7096.
Mixing Ratio:
Ready To Spray
Potlife:
Unlimited
(when stored in a container that does not allow the transmittance of light)
Method of Application
Aerosol
Ready to Spray
Number of coats
2 - 3, Flash-off time between coats: 1 minute
Do not spray to opacity.
Method of Application
HVLP
Please refer to gun manufacturer and local legislation for proper spray
pressure recommendations.
Using reduced air pressures may result in higher film build which will
affect the ability of the UV primer to cure.
Spray Pressure
Spray Nozzle
1.3 - 1.4 mm
Application viscosity 4mm,
68°F/20C, DIN 4
Reducer at 68°F/20C
material temperature
Number of coats
Approved Transfer Efficiency
1.3 - 1.4 mm
Ready To Spray
N/A
2 coats, Flash-off time between coats: 1 minute
Do not spray to opacity.
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Recommended film thickness: 4-5 mil dry film thickness
UV Cure: (Dry for sanding)
Flash-off time:
3 minutes
Drying time and temperature:
 4 - 5 mil
See UV Cure tables below
Initial Sanding:
P320
Final Sanding
P500 – P800
Initial Sanding:
P320
Final Sanding
P600 – P800
Dry Sanding:
Wet Sanding:
Recoat With:
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Permahyd Hi-TEC 480 or Permacron Base Coat Series 293/295
Special Tips:
1. Material is Ready To Spray – no reduction is recommended.
2. Material is translucent – do not spray to hiding because film thickness will exceed
recommendations and the primer will not cure completely.
3. Apply a Guide Coat before sanding to ensure proper and thorough sanding.
4. Sanding is required for all recoating.
5. Thoroughly shake and stir 9002 prior to each use. If the UV primer is allowed to sit for more
than 15 minutes, material should be re-stirred.
6. Do not place 9002 on a mixing machine if it cannot be used within two weeks.
7. It is important to use the recommended air pressures. Using reduced air pressures may result
in higher film build which will affect the ability of the UV primer to cure.
8. Due to the potential safety and related hazards of working with UV light equipment, follow all
instructions for use provided by the equipment manufacturer.
9. The Axalta UV LightCoat™ wand/lamp should be turned on when it is time to apply for first coat
of 9002. This will ensure that the light has been warmed up properly and is ready for the curing
process.
10. For best results, verify cure rate with a Dosimeter. 100 mJ/cm2 of UV exposure is required per
mil of dry film build to ensure cure of the UV primer.
11. When using the Axalta UV LightCoat™ 2,400 watt wand/lamp, pass over the UV primer surfacer
3 times using a technique similar to painting using a cross coat method, making sure to use a 50
- 75% overlap and a gun distance of 3 - 6 inches. Other than adding more heat, additional
passes of the UV light will not have a negative effect on the UV primer surfacer.
12. When using the Axalta UV LightCoat™ Mini (1100 watt) wand/lamp, pass over the UV primer
surfacer 5 times using a technique similar to painting using a cross coat method, making sure to
use a 50 - 75% overlap and a gun distance of 3 - 6 inches. Other than adding more heat,
additional passes of the UV light will not have a negative effect on the UV primer surfacer.
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13. Passing the Axalta UV LightCoat™ wand/lamp over the primed surface, moldings, plastic trim,
lights, or etc. too slowly may result in metal temperatures over 180°F. Avoid overheating the UV
primed part during the curing process.
14. Product should not be cured with outdoor UV exposure.
15. 9002 should not be stored in transparent cups, such as PPS cups, or in guns with clear air caps.
16. 9002 can be used all day in the gun or opaque cup. Recommend pouring 9002 back into the
can. It is not necessary to clean after each use.
17. In order to guarantee optimum corrosion protection, we recommend coating areas of bare metal
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with Priomat Wash Primer 4075 Gray, Priomat 1K Primer Surfacer 4085, or Priomat 5.5 Wash
Primer 4055 Gray.
18. If needed, may be topcoated with Permasolid® Surfacer or Wet-on-Wet Sealer.
UV Cure Table
New UV
Wand/Lamp
Required
Exposure
Axalta UV
LightCoat™
2,400 E-5287
Axalta UV
LightCoat™
Mini E-5294
100 mJ/cm² per
mil of dry film
build
100 mJ/cm² per
mil of dry film
build
UV Lamp
400 Watt
Lamp
1200 Watt
Lamp
1200 Watt
Lamp
# of
Passes
%
Overlap
Distance to the
Primed Surface
(Inches)
3
50 - 75
3-6
5
50 - 75
3-6
UV Cure Table
Distance to the
Primed Surface
Cure Area
(Inches)
15 inches
10” x 10”
Cure Time
90 seconds
10 inches
10” x 10”
60 seconds
15 inches
16” x 16”
120 seconds
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Important Regulatory Information
Please see the appropriate VOC wall chart for compliance for your area. The values depicted below are
“ready to spray.”
VOC Category
Pretreatment Coating
VOC (ap/le)
Gallon Weight
Wt% Volatiles, Water
& Exempts
Vol % Solids
Aerosol Coatings
Auto Body Primer
Max 80%
1.55 MIR
8.16 lbs/gal
57.1%, 0.0%, 15.0%
24.3%
Primer
177 g/l, 249 g/l
9.71 lbs/gal
34.7%, 0.0%, 19.5%
50.8%
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For industrial use only by professional, trained painters. Not for sale to or use by the general
public. Before using, read and follow all label and MSDS precautions. If mixed with other
components, mixture will have hazards of all components. Ready to use paint materials
containing isocyanates can cause irritation of the respiratory organs and hypersensitive
reactions. Asthma sufferers, those with allergies and anyone with a history of respiratory
complaints must not be asked to work with products containing isocyanates. Do not sand,
flame cut, braze or weld dry coating without a NIOSH approved air purifying respirator with
particulate filters or appropriate ventilation, and gloves.
Any analytical results set forth herein do not constitute a warranty of specific product features or of the
product’s suitability for a specific purpose. All products are sold pursuant to our general conditions of
sale. W e hereby disclaim all warranties and representations, express or implied, with respect to this
product, including any warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. This product is
protected by patent law, trademark law, copyright law, international treaties and/or other applicable law.
All rights reserved. Unauthorized sale, manufacturing or use may result in civil and criminal penalties.
SPIES HECKER, INC.
47818 W est Anchor Court
Plymouth, MI 48170
Tel. 800-447-7437 (800-44-SPIES)
Fax 734-354-3405
www.SpiesHeckerUSA.com
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