Teamac High Performance Polyurethane Topcoat

507/P101/ALL

Teamac High Performance Polyurethane Topcoat (previously known as Teamac P101 High Performance Finish and Teamac High Performance Marine Gloss) is an aliphatic, 2 pack polyurethane topcoat that is light stable so will not fade or yellow when exposed to high levels of ultra violet light. 

  • Internal and external use on floors, walls, and structures
  • Suitable for marine environments
  • Protects against chemicals, graffiti, high traffic levels, and fungal growth
  • Will not fade or yellow when exposed to high levels of ultra violet light
  • Available in 2,400+ colours from RAL, NCS and British Standard

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Description

Teamac High Performance Polyurethane Topcoat (previously known as Teamac P101 High Performance Finish and Teamac High Performance Marine Gloss) is an aliphatic, 2 pack polyurethane topcoat that is light stable so will not fade or yellow when exposed to high levels of ultra violet light.  It is used as a coating that will not support fungus growth and is easily cleaned of surface contaminants. Ideal for marine applications on GRP, wood, ferro concrete and suitably primed metals. It can be used over compatible water based paints but is not recommended for use over conventional single pack solvent based paints.



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Features & Benefits


  • Aliphatic
  • 2 pack polyurethane topcoat
  • Light stable
  • Will not fade or yellow when exposed to high levels of ultra violet light
  • Internal and external use on floors, walls, and structures
  • Suitable for marine environments
  • Protects against chemicals, graffiti, high traffic levels, and fungal growth
  • Available in 2,400+ colours from RAL, NCS and British Standard



Product Specification


Technical Data
Volume Solids 47%
VOC Content Max 498 g/litre
SG 1.07 @ 20°C
Viscostity N/A
Flash Point 40°C (closed cup)



Film Thickness Range And Coverage


Product Data
  Dry Film Thickness Wet Film Thickness Theoretical Coverage
Maximum 55 to 65 µm 120 to 135 µm 7.5 to 8.5 m2/litre @ 75 microns D.F.T



The practical spreading rate may be lower as this depends on factors such as the porosity and roughness of the surface to be painted and material losses during application.



Drying Times


Drying Times At 20°C/RH 50%
Touch Dry: 3 - 4 hours
Dry To Handle: 16 - 24 hours
Dry To Recoat: 16 hours
Fully Cured: 5 - 7 days



Low temperature and high humidity will adversely affect application, drying and performance of any coating.



Pot Life


  • 6 to 8 hours @ 20°C
  • Once the parts are mixed together the material has to be used within the time stated.



Surface Preparation


  • All surfaces should be laitance free, clean, dry, sound and free from contaminants.

Preceeding Coat



Mixing


The product is supplied in two containers: one larger than the other and labelled Base. The other smaller one labelled Hardener. The contents of the pack marked Hardener are added to the contents of the larger pack marked Base and thoroughly mixed together, preferably by slow speed electric mixer for 2 minutes or until thoroughly mixed. Failure to mix the material correctly will lead to uncured areas in the coating.



Application Conditions


  • Apply between 5 to 30°C by brush or short nap mohair roller.
  • This product can also be spray applied in approved conditions.
  • When brush or roller applied at ambient temperatures - these products do not emit free Isocyanate at above levels recommended by C.O.S.H.H. Regulations. However, the protective measures shown on the product labels and safety data sheets must be followed.
  • When used at elevated temperatures or atomised (sprayed) these products do emit small amounts of free Isocyanate and should only be sprayed in an atmosphere controlled working area, with suitable ventilation or flame proof extraction of air. Operatives must wear suitable protective clothing and separate air fed breathing apparatus.
  • It is recommended that spraying of these products be avoided wherever possible to facilitate uncomplicated application and site conditions.



Application Methods


Method Airless Spray Conventional Spray Brush Roller
  Yes No Yes Yes



  • Thinner (Max vol): Do not thin
  • Nozzle Size: N/A"
  • Nozzle Pressure:1800 to 2000 psi
  • Cleaning Solvent Anti-Graffiti Brushwash



Health & Safety


For clear hardener see safety data sheet - SDS 10866, for base see safety data sheet - SDS 10867. For all colours hardener see safety data sheet - SDS 10973, for base see safety data sheet - SDS 10972.

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Product Details
507/P101/ALL

Data sheet

Parts
2 Part pack
Application
Brush, Roller, Spray
Dry to Handle (at 20°C)
16 - 24 Hours
Dry to Recoat (at 20°C)
16 Hours
Fully Cured (at 20°C)
5 - 7 Days
Pot Life (at 20°C)
6 to 8 Hours
Coverage
7.5 to 8.5 m2/litre @ 75 microns D.F.T
Solids by Volume
47%
VOC
Max 498 g/litre
Touch Dry
3 - 4 Hours
Size
1 litre and 5 litre mixed packs
Recommended Dry Film Thickness
55 to 65 µm
Recommended Wet Film Thickness
120 to 135 µm
UN Number (Activator)
1866
UN Number (Base)
1266
Attachments
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questions Richard Mortlock on 2018-11-25 15:29:05
Question: 

Can this product be used to seal crazed gelcoat on a dinghy deck ? Will it penetrate and bind to the grp substrate ? Is a primer needed ? The cracks are not hairline but are not wide. They are too extensive to consider re gelcoating. Thank you.

Answer: 

Assuming the crazing is not deeper than 1mm, we have customers that have success with the following system. If crazing is deeper than 1mm then you would need to re-gelcoat.

Thoroughly clean all surfaces and apply Teamac 2 Pack Zinc Phosphate Primer to the crazes and allow to dry overnight. Sand, then clean down and apply a further coat of Teamac 2 Pack Zinc Phosphate Primer, sand again once dry and then apply 2 coats to all areas of Teamac P101 High Performance Finish in the desired colour.


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