Rust-Oleum 9600 Rust-O-Thane Polyurethane
Rust-Oleum 9600 Rust-O-Thane Polyurethane is a solvent based, flexible polyurethane topcoat leaving a high gloss finish. Resistant to ponding water, UV and chemicals Rust-Oleum 9600 Rust-O-Thane Polyurethane is available in almost any colour and does not fade. Ideal for uPVC, gutters, pipes, exterior metal (fences, railings, etc.), floors and other surfaces require long term weather resistance.
Features & Benefits
- Very durable, colourfast and chemical resistant
- UV-resistant; ideal for outdoor use
- Flexible and impact resistant
- Suitable for high humidity and moist conditions
- Very easy to clean (also with chemicals)
NEW: Now also available in convenient 1 litre packaging, ideal for smaller projects the new convenient 2-component packaging provides the base and activator in one convenient kit and the activator is supplied with a user-friendly spout cap.
Rust-Oleum 9600 Rust-O-Thane Polyurethane is intended for application on substrates which are coated with Rust-Oleum epoxy systems and it assures appropriate protection against strong chemicals, acids, alkalis and solvents; frequent product spillage and chemical cleaning; high humidity and moisture conditions. Rust-Oleum 9600 Rust-O-Thane Polyurethane is especially recommended when weather resistance is required.
||C3 average protection
|Solids Content in Volume:
||105°C (dry heat), above 65°C discoloration may occur
||Base : Activator = 3 : 1 (Volume)
DRYING TIMES AT 20°C/RH 50%
|Dry to handle:
|Dry to recoat:
||After 16 Hours
||4 hours for a 5L mix at 20°C
Remove grease, oil and all other surface contaminations by alkaline or high pressure (steam) cleaning in combination with appropriate detergents. Sand previous coatings, which are in good condition to remove gloss and to roughen the surface slightly. Assure that the previous coating is compatible with Rust-Oleum 9600 Rust-O-Thane Polyurethane by making a test application. Remove bad adhering coatings by scraping, wire-brushing or sanding. (Spot) prime with the recommended Rust-Oleum epoxy coating. The surface must be clean and dry during application.
uPVC should be cleaned with a 5% solution of Rust-Oleum Mathys ND14 Cleaner Degreaser followed by a solvent wipe with Rust-Oleum Thinner 160. The surface should then be EITHER abraded, or primed with Rust-Oleum 3333 Super Adhesion Primer prior to application.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
Stir individual components thoroughly before mixing them together. Use the boxing method and a low speed mixer.
Temperature of air, substrate and coating material between 10 and 35°C and relative humidity below 70%. The substrate temperature must be at least 3°C above dew point.
APPLICATION & THINNING: BRUSH
Up to 10 vol. %; Rust-Oleum Thinner 190N. Use natural bristles, longhair brushes.
APPLICATION & THINNING: ROLLER
Up to 10 vol. %; Rust-Oleum Thinner 190N. Use medium nap, perlon 8-12 mm. Rollers. Apply slowly in even strokes.
APPLICATION & THINNING: AIRLESS SPRAY
10 - 20 vol.%; Rust-Oleum Thinner 191. Pneumatic and electric airless equipment. Tip size: 0.011-0.015 inch. Fluid pressure: 125 - 175 bar. When spraying this product apply a mist-coat first, allow to flash-off for 10 minutes, then apply a full cross-coat.
APPLICATION & THINNING: AIR-ATOMISED SPRAY
Up to 20 vol.%; Rust-Oleum Thinner 191. Gravity cup, pressure cup and suction cup. Tip size: 1.2 -1.8 mm. Atomising pressure: 2 - 4 bar. When spraying this product apply a mist-coat first, allow to flash-off for 10 minutes, then apply a full cross-coat.
CLEANING OF EQUIPMENT / SPILLS
Use Rust-Oleum Thinner 190N or 191.
- Maximum dry film thickness per coat: 60 μm dry, equals 110 μm wet.
- For use on floors submitted to heavy abrasion, standard and medium colours are recommended.
- In case of deep and/or bright tones (red, yellow, orange, green, blue etc), it is advised to apply a clear topcoat.
Please contact Rawlins Paints' Technical Support Team on 0113 2455450 for more information.