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Amercoat 214 quick reference

Components 1
Curing mechanismSolvent release
Volume solids52% ± 3%
(ASTM D2697, modified)
Coats1 or 2
Dry film thickness per coat3-4 mils (75-100 microns)
Theoretical coverageft²/galm²/L
1 mil (25 microns83420.8

Environmental Conditions
      Air and Surface0 to 120-18 to 49
Surface temperatures must be at least 5°F (3°C) above dew point to prevent condensation.
Drying and cure time @ 3 mils (75 microns) (hours)
Temperature, °F/°C120/4990/3270/2150/1032/0
Before immersion2451024
Equipment CleanerT-10

Application Procedure
1.Clean all application equipment with T-10.
2.Stir material thoroughly and continue stirring during application to insure pigment suspension.
3.Thin only forworkability; nomore than 1 pint T10 or 101 per gallon of Amercoat 214.
4.Apply a wet coat in even, parallel passes; overlap each pass 50 percent to avoid pinholes, bare areas or holidays. Give special attention to weld seams, rough or badly pitted areas. If required, cross spray at right angles.
5.For touch-up and repair, apply additional material after removing dirt, contaminants or old loose coatings or antifoulings.
6.Allow 4 hours drying time at 70°F (21°C) before applying second coat.
7.Before immersing, allow Amercoat 214 to dry at least 5 hours at 77°F (25°C).
8.Clean application equipment immediately after use with T-10.

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