Neogard Acrylithane HS2 Urethane is a two component, high performance polyurethane topcoat formulated for use in areas requiring VOC’s less than 2.8 lbs. / gallon. It offers a full gloss and a high quality appearance with exceptional color and gloss retention while maintaining exceptional chemical resistance. Questions about Neogard Acrylithane HS2 Urethane? Contact Us.
Recommended use: For use on automobiles, trucks, trailers, bulk tanks, chemical trailers and commercial architectural applications that require a premium topcoat appearance.
Features: Uses same catalyst as UREPRIME HS2 PRIMER Excellent gloss and color retention Chemical resistant, Low VOC, Wide color offerings, including metallic effect
Service temperatures: Maximum, dry service exposure only: 149°C/300°F
Availability: Not included in Group Assortment. Availability subject to confirmation.
Version, mixed product 57010 / 57011
Mixing ratio: BASE 57019 (JB 45080) : curing agent 95041 (JB 99951) / 95042 (JB 99961) 3 : 1 by volume
Application method: Airless spray / Air spray / Brush
Thinner (max.vol.): 0832 (JB 21092) 0–5% / 5–15% / none
Pot life: 3.0 hours at 20°C/68°F
Nozzle orifice: 0.011″ – 0.013″ (airless) / 0.110” or 2.8 MM fluid cap (airless)
Nozzle pressure: 138 bar [2,000 psi] (Airless spray data are indicative and subject to adjustment)
Cleaning of tools: MEDIUM REDUCER 0832 (formerly JB 21092)
Indicated film thickness, dry: 38 – 76 µ / 1.5 – 3.0 mils
Indicated film thickness, wet: 59 – 118 µ / 2.3 – 4.7 mils
Overcoat interval, min: 4 hours (20°C/68°F); 3 hours w/ 0.5 oz./mixed gallon of 99LJB accelerator (JB 99041)
Safety: Handle with care. Before and during use, observe all safety labels on packaging and paint containers, consult Hempel Safety Data Sheets and follow all local or national safety regulations.
Surface preparation: According to specification.
Application conditions: Apply only on a dry and clean surface with a temperature above the dew point to avoid condensation. Use only where application and curing can proceed at temperatures above: 7°C/44°F. The temperature of the paint itself should be: 15–25°C/59–77°F. In confined spaces provide adequate ventilation during application and drying. Thinning may be necessary in the case of very long spray hoses and/or paint temperatures below: 15°C/59°F. This will cause lower film build and longer drying time. Alternate reducers such as Acetone may be used to reduce product without adding VOC.
Preceding coat: According to specification. Recommended systems are: UREPRIME HS2; CHEM-O-GARD LOW VOC PRIMER; CHEM-O-PON LOW VOC EPOXY PRIMER.