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Standard 2K Waterborne Polyurethane using Halox SZP-391 Component A Grind %wt./Wt. Bayhydrol VP 2235/1  32.72 (resin) Surfynol 104E  0.20 (surfactant) Orotan 681  0.50 (dispersant) Bevaloid 770  0.20 (leveling agent) Green GN-M  4.63 (pigment) Micro-Talkum A.T.1  16.30 (extender) HALOX SZP-391 7.00 (A.C. pigment) Quarznobl F-500  19.30 (extender) Water (ionized) 8.65 High speed disperse for 20 minutes to 6+ NS Hegman grind, then slowly add the following: HALOX FLASH-X 330 0.50 (flash rust inhibitor) Mix well for 10 minutes, but do not aerate. COMPONENT B: (Stir in before application) Desmodur N 3600  10.00 (curing agent) Total 100.0 FORMULA CONSTANTS: FORMULA PROPERTIES: % Pigment/Wt. 47.23 Density g/l 1438.85 % Pigment/Vol. 25.34 Brookfield Visc. (cp) 7,000-9,000 % Solids/Wt. 72.47 Part A KU Vise @R.T. 95-105 % Solids/Vol. 57.95 Part A +B KU Visc. @ R.T> 85-95 % PVC 44.33 pH @ R.T. 8.25-8.75 % VOC g/l 80.79 Pot Life 3-4 hours Recommended D.F.T. 40 pm min. Cure Ratio by Wt. (A:B) 90.10 Supplier Key: [1} Bayer AG [2} Air Products  Rohm and Haas Deutschland GmbH [4} C.H. Erbsloh JG;  Norwegian Talc Ltd.  Quarzwerke GmbH More info: Halox Tel: (219) 933-1560 * E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Web Site: www.halox.com
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