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FASCO 9XN Steel Flex Epoxy Coating Neutral

FASCO 9XN Steel Flex Epoxy Coating Neutral
SKU
F9xnq
Mixing Ratio
1:1
Our price:
$20.00
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12 quarts per case

4 Gallons per case

Epoxy solvent free coating for:

  • Steel-Aluminum-Fiberglass-Concrete-Wood-Styrofoam
  • Strong Adhesive-Abrasion and Impact Resistant-Flexible is a 2 part component equal part mix
  • Coverage is approximately 120 sq ft per gallon.
  • The neutral color is a transparent looking tan color. The neutral is really meant for coloring. If you just need the protection and don't care what it looks like, the neutral would be a good choice. Add pigment for a desired color.
  • 4oz of pigment per gallon. Add Pigment to part 2  Click for Pigment

 

PREPARATION

  1. The best preparation is to sandblast the airboat and then grind the metal surface with a 24-grit disc. Make the surface as rough as possible and wipe it clean with lacquer thinner or denatured alcohol using the 2 rag system (Wipe On/Wipe Off).
  2. For fiberglass, the rougher the better. Do not over rough the fiberglass or you may go too deep causing holes. Use your best judgment. Blow off fiberglass and if possible, wipe it down with acetone.

MIXING

1. Mix equal parts of #1 and #2 Steelflex 9X. Thoroughly mix down from the sides and bottom of the container.

Electric drill mixing does not mix the two parts together, causes air bubbles

Hand mixing is best.

"IT IS NOT HOW FAST YOU MIX BUT HOW THOROUGHLY YOU MIX IT".

Mixing is the most important part of the application.

NOTE: IF USING A COLOR, REFER TO THE LAST PARAGRAPH BELOW.

APPLICATION

  1. Immediately pour out the mixture over the entire bottom of the surface and spread evenly.
  2. DO NOT USE BELOW 65°F.

DRY AND CURE TIME

DRY: Approximately 6 hours.

CURE: 48 hours.

COLORS

9X- Neutral is formulated to add one of our standard #109 pigment colors. They are: black, grey, brown (reddish), beige, light blue, royal blue, emerald green, olive drab, yellow, red, orange, midnight blue

One quart requires 1 ounce of pigment and one gallon requires 4 ounces of pigment. Add the pigment to Part 2 to insure that the color will be the same every time. Be sure to mix the pigment in well and then mix Part 1 and Part 2 together.