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High Gloss Waterborne Aliphatic Polyurethane Enamel

PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS:

High Gloss, Waterborne, Aliphatic Polyurethane Enamel is a high solids, two package, zero VOC/ zero
coating based upon unique technology. The resulting highly durable finish delivers the same high
performance provided by our industry leading solventborne Imron topcoats.
SUGGESTED USES:
As a high performance topcoat over suitable primers or tie coats on carbon steel, galvanized steel, stainless steel,
aluminum, concrete, concrete block, fiberglass, plastics, and wood where:
�� A high performance topcoat with the minimum environmental impact is required.
�� A zero VOC (0.0 lbs/gal) coating is required.
�� A zero (0.0 lbs/gal) product is required.
�� Outstanding color and gloss retention are desired.
�� Excellent resistance to chemical(s) and/or a marine environment is needed.
�� Outstanding abrasion resistance and flexibility are required.
�� Application by brush and roller, in addition to spraying, may be necessary.
NOT RECOMMENDED FOR:
�� Immersion Service
COMPATIBILITY WITH OTH COATINGS:
Imron ZV HG™ can be applied directly over Industrial Coatings. Recommended primers are Corlar 2.1 PR™,
Corlar 2.1 ST™, Corlar LV PR™, Corlar LV SG™, Corlar 2.8 PR™, Imron 2.8 PR™, Imron 1.5 ST-D™, or
Imron 1.5 PR™. Do not apply over Corlar 2.8 HG™ or Corlar 2.8 HG-D™. May be applied over itself. Testing for
lifting, bubbling and adhesion is recommended to assure compatibility with unknown coatings. Contact your
Performance Coatings representative for specific recommendations.
MAXIMUM SVICE TEMPATURE:
250 °F Continuous
300 °F Intermittent

PFORMANCE PROPTIES:

Abrasion and Mechanical Abuse

Excellent

Adhesion

Excellent

Acids

Excellent

Alkalis

Excellent

Cutting Oils

Excellent

Color & Gloss Retention

Excellent

Humidity

 Excellent

 Weathering

 Very Good

Solvents

 Very Good

 Salt Fog

 Very Good

�� (Performance properties are over appropriate primer. For more information see section on ASTM data.)
VOC (VOLATILE ORANIC COMPOUNT) THEORETICAL
�� Less than 0.2 lbs/gallon average (with accelerator).
�� 0 without acceleration and at maximum recommended reduction.
�� 0
COLOR:
Available in selected factory packaged colors and custom mix quality. Includes mix quality WJ.
GLOSS (ASTM D523)
�� 90° @ 60°
CURE TIME – HOURS AT RECOMMENDED REDUCTION LEVEL OF @ 10%, BRUSH OR ROLL OR %, SPRAY
WITH DI (DEIONIZED) WAT

 

Dry Times - 10% Reduction with DI (Deionized) Water

Dry time - % Reduction with DI (Deionized) Water.

@72°F, @72°F, @85°F, @85°F,

@72°F, @72°F, 60% @85°F, @85°F,

 

60% RH, 60% RH 50% RH no 50% RH,

60% RH, RH with 2 50% RH no 50% RH,

 

without with 2 ozs accelerator with 2 ozs

without ozs VG-805 accelerator with 2 ozs

 

Accelerator VG-805 VG-805

Accelerator VG-805

Dry To Touch

3-4 hours 2-3 hours 1-2 hours 1-1.5 hours

4-5 hours 3-4 hours 2-3 hours 1-2 hours

Dry To Recoat

5-6 hours 3-4 hours 3-4 hours 2.5-3 hours

6-7 hours 4-5 hours 4-5 hours 2-3 hours

Hard Dry

7-8 hours 5-6 hours 6-7 hours 3-4 hours

12-14 hours 8-9 hours 10-12 hours 5-6 hours

Full Cure

7 days 7 days 7 days 7 days

7 days 7 days 7 days 7 days

Pot Life

1-1.5 hours 30-45 min 45-60 min 30-45 min

2-2.5 hours 1-1.5 hours 2-3 hours 45-60 min

THEORETICAL COVAGE P GALLON: (VARIES WITH COLOR)
1170 ft2 @ 1mil DFT
585 ft2 @ 2 mils DFT suggested
* Material losses during mixing and application will vary and must be taken into consideration when estimating job
requirements.
SUGGESTED FILM BUILD:
3.0 mils (75um) wet (Do not exceed 4.0 mils wet)
2.0 mils (50 um ) dry (Do not exceed 3.0 mils dry)
VOLUME SOLIDS: (MIXED) (THEORETICAL) (VARIES WITH COLOR)
73+/-4%.
WEIGHT SOLIDS: (MIXED) (THEORETICAL) (VARIES WITH COLOR)
78+/- 5%.
WEIGHT P GALLON: (MIXED) (THEORETICAL) (VARIES WITH COLOR)
11.3 +/- 2.4 lbs.
FLASH POINT
�� >0 °F (93 °C)
PACKAGING:
Enamel: 5 gallon containers contain 1.5 gallon.
1 gallon containers contain 0.375 gallon.
Activator: 1 gallon containers are full.
1 quart containers are full.
SHIPPING WEIGHT (LBS.) APPROXIMATE
Enamel: 5 Gallon Container: 22-25
1 Gallon Container: 5-6
Activator: 1Gallon Container: 10
1 Quart Container: 3
SHELF LIFE:
Store in a dry, well ventilated area, storage temperatures between 40 °F (4 °C) and 80 °F
(27 °C). DO NOT FREEZE. Excessive heat, above 90 °F for more than a few days will reduce workable shelf life.
�� Shelf Life 9 months.
SAFETY:
Consult the Material Safety Data Sheet for this product prior to use.
APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS
SURFACE PREPARATION:
Newly primed surfaces should be clean and dry. If contaminated, detergent wash, then blow dry. Previously painted
surfaces should have all loose paint removed and the edges feathered. Prime bare areas with appropriate primer.
Do not apply directly to rusted or pitted metal surfaces.
Follow surface preparation recommendations listed with Industrial Primers.
ACTIVATION:
Slowly add 2 parts FG-572™ activator to 3 parts 572-XXXXX color while mixing thoroughly by hand or with slow speed
mixer. Mix until uniform in appearance. (DO NOT SHAKE, MIX at HIGH SPEED or DUMP activator in all at once. Once
the color and activator are mixed thoroughly, slowly add the appropriate amount of DI (deionized) water. (Always add
the water last). DO NOT DUMP water in all at once.
Dry times may be improved with the use of VG-805™ accelerator up to 2 oz maximum per mixed full gallon. Example:
for acceleration in short filled one gallon containers, with activator, add up to 1.25 oz of VG-805™. For acceleration in
five gallon containers with activator, add up to 5 oz VG-805™. If using accelerator, VG-805™, add accelerator after
mixing color and activator and before addition of any DI (deionized) water.
Once materials are mixed, filter and apply to recommended film builds. No induction time is necessary. Use
immediately
POT LIFE:
1-1.5 hours – 10% reduction, no acceleration, 72 °F.
30-45 min. – 10% reduction, 2 oz of VG-805™, 72 °F.
45-60 min – 10% reduction, no acceleration, 85 °F.
30-45 minutes – 10% reduction, 2 oz VG-805™, 85 °F
REDUCTION:
Reduction amounts will vary depending upon application method, temperature and equipment. Amounts listed are to
be used as guides only. Amounts can be varied based upon conditions but should not in any case exceed %
reduction by volume.
Brush and Roll: 5-10% Reduction with DI (Deionized) water.
Pressure Pot, Airless Spray: 10-% Reduction with DI (Deionized) water.
Note: It is important to use DI (Deionized) water. Use of waters contaminated with high metals content or other solids
could lead to application and/or performance issues.
APPLICATION THINNS:
DI (Deionized) Water.
CLEAN UP THINNS:
Water followed by Acetone or MEK.
APPLICATION CONDITIONS:
Do not apply if material, substrate or ambient temperature is below 45 °F(7 °C) or above 95 °F (35 °C). The substrate
must be at least 5 °F (3 °C) above the dew point. Relative humidity should be below 90% and above 10%.
APPLICATION EQUIPMENT:
�� Apply by brush, roll or spray.
�� Manufacturers listed below are a guide. Others may be used. Changes in air pressure and tip size may be
required to achieve proper application.
Brush & Roll
�� Roller: 3/16” – 1/4” Wooster ProDoo-Z™. Keep roller wet. Roll in one direction, rewet, then cross roll. Do NOT
roll with dry roller. Do not over work roller.
�� Brush: Synthetic brush
Conventional Spray

Manufacturer

Sata

Iwata

Kremlin

Model

K3 or K3 RP

JGA or MBC

DeltaSpray XT

W-77, W-71, or W-0

01 or 95

M22HPAP

Tip Size

1.0 – 1.3 mm

1.1–1.4mm

1.0-1.5 mm

1.2-1.8 mm

1.2-1.8 mm

1.2-1.8 mm

Air Assisted Airless Spray

Manufacturer

 

Sata

Iwata

Kremlin

Model

AA4000

Alpha or

Shark 32:1 or

MSG 00 Gun

Airmix MVX

AA 1500

 

HVLP,

Alpha Plus

Dolphin 14:1,

MSU11 13:1 or

 

 

 

AA10HP Cap

 

K3 spray mix

MSU32 17:1

 

 

Tip Size

.021 - .027

.015 - .021

.011-.018

.011 - .018

.011 - .0

.013 - .019

Airless Spray

Manufacturer

Iwata

Sata

Model

Silver or Plus

ALG or Airlessco

Airless 1

Airless 250 II

Tip Size Pump

.011 - .015 30:1 min

.011 - .015 ALG 30:1 min

.011 - .017 30:1 min

.013 - .017 Orca 32:1 pump

Additional Comments
1. The end of the pot life is indicated by particles forming in the mix and a down glossing of the finished film.
Activated product vents CO2. Do not store mixed material or waste paint in sealed containers.
2. Custom colors available as mix quality, WJ. To make custom mix colors, use of a custom color mix
formula and mix binders WJ-01 and WJ-02 are required.
3. For best results when applying to hard to hide colors, apply over light colored primers. For example:
Red’s – apply over Cirrus Grey, Yellow’s apply over Cirrus Grey, Oranges’ apply over white.
4. Application by spray should be in a cross coat fashion. Each pass should be a light to medium cross coat
applied as a fine mist. Gun should be 10-12 inches away from surface. Avoid applying heavy wet coats.
Application of heavy wet coats could lead to “gassing”. Gassing will result in a reduction of appearance.
Spray outs will normally have a peely look which will flow and smooth out as film flashes and sets up.
5. Do not exceed 4 mils wet.
6. Before application filter through a 75-100 micron filter.
7. To repair any “gassed” areas, allow coating to dry. Lightly sand with 2 grit paper. Wipe surface with
water to remove residues. Reapply light coats of Imron ZV HG™ to repaired areas.
8. Use of accelerator VG-805™ is at a rate of up to 2 oz per mixed full gallon.
9. Mixed fill amounts:
a. One gallon container: 1.5 qt base (0.375 gal) plus 1 qt activator (0.25 gal) makes 2.5 qt (0.625 gal).
b. Five gallon container: 1.5 gallon base plus 1 gallon activator makes 2.5 gallons mixed.
ASTM Information
Imron 572 ZV-HG™ ASTM and Chemical Resistance Information: Performance Information is for a system of
Imron 1.5 PR™ and Imron ZV HG™. System DFT 4/2 for a total of @ 6 mils.
�� Salt fog per ASTM B-117, after 1000 hours over Imron 1.5 PR™, rating according to ASTM D-1654, 7 at scribe
area (<1/16” creep) and 10 (no failure) in unscribed areas.
�� Humidity resistance per ASTM D-2247-87, after 1000 hours over Imron 1.5 PR™ primer, rating according to
ASTM D-610, 10, no rust; and according to ASTM D-714, no blisters.
�� Impact (ASTM 2794) – Forward/Reverse/160+inch lbs.
�� 60o Gloss (ASTM D-523) Above 90
�� Immersion in emulsified cutting oil (Cincool) 90 days-no effect
�� Tabor abrasion per ASTM D-4060-84, CS 10 Wheel, 1000-gm weight, 1000 cycles; average weight loss 55 mg.
�� Pencil hardness (ASTM D-3363) – 2H
�� Adhesion (ASTM D-4541) – 800 psi
�� Flexibility (ASTM D-522) – Perfect (180o bend over conical mandrel)
�� Weathering (ASTM D-1014, Florida 45o south), 18 months
o ASTM D-710 blistering – none
o ASTM D-659 chalking – none
o ASTM D-660 checking- none
o ASTM D-610 rusting- none
o ASTM D-523 gloss loss- 5%
�� MEK Double Rubs – 0 – no effect
Select Chemical Resistance
ASTM-1308 Chemical Resistance (24 hours under watch glass): no effect (rating 10)
�� Ammonia Hydroxide – 10% concentrated
�� Bleach
�� Brake Fluid
�� Butyl Cellosolve
�� Cutting & Cooling Oils-water & oil based
�� Cyclohexane
�� Dimethyl/Amino Ethanol
�� Distilled Water
�� Drano
�� Ethanol Acetate
�� Fantastic
�� 5% Gasohol
�� Gasoline
�� Hydraulic Oil
�� Hydrochloric Acid – 1%
�� Isopropanol
�� MEK
�� Methanol
�� Phosphoric Acid – 1%
�� Skydrol
�� Sodium Hydroxide – 10%
�� Toluene

 



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