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Protective Coating for Aluminium Formwork

  • It is barrier coating on aluminum form work to protect from the concrete.
  • This product specially design with modified resin cured with hardener, it gives strong bonding with aluminum surface.
  • It has excellent chemical & water resistance which protects the alkaline attack from the concrets.
  • This product give 20-25 micron coating thickness on the substrate, it helps to long life of substrate.
  • Easy to apply & fast drying, Tack free within one hrs.

Protect and Preserve Your Aluminum Formwork

Are you in need of a reliable solution to protect your aluminum formwork and extend its lifespan? Look no further! Our non-pigmented clear lacquer, formulated with a specially designed modified resin and a curing hardener, is the perfect product for your aluminum formwork needs.

Unmatched Protection and Durability

Our non-pigmented clear lacquer provides exceptional protection to your aluminum formwork, ensuring its longevity and structural integrity. By forming a durable air-drying film over the surface, our product shields your formwork from environmental factors and corrosive agents. You can have peace of mind knowing that your aluminum formwork is well-protected and will withstand the test of time.

Flexibility and Adhesion

Our specialized lacquer is engineered to possess superior flexibility and adhesion properties. It adheres firmly to the surface of your aluminum formwork, creating a strong and reliable barrier against moisture, chemicals, and other potential damages. Its flexibility allows it to accommodate any movements or expansions, ensuring that the protective coating remains intact under varying conditions.

Resistant to Water and Chemicals

We understand that your aluminum formwork is constantly exposed to various elements, including water and chemicals. Our clear lacquer is specifically designed to resist water penetration and withstand chemical exposure. No matter the construction environment or the substances it comes into contact with, our lacquer will provide reliable protection, preserving the integrity of your aluminum formwork.

Prevent Corrosion and Prolong Lifespan

One of the primary challenges with aluminum formwork is the corrosive reaction that occurs when exposed to cement concrete. The high pH of the concrete, combined with water and other elements, triggers corrosion on the aluminum surface. Our specialized clear lacquer acts as a barrier, inhibiting this reaction and preventing corrosion. By doing so, it significantly extends the lifespan of your aluminum formwork, reducing maintenance costs and ensuring optimal performance over time.

Exposures Splash and Spillage Mild Fumes/Outdoor Resistance
Acids Good Good
Alkalis Good Very Good
Solvents Good Very Good
Salt Good Very Good
Water Good Very Good
Industry Applications

Used In Industry

Application Guidelines for Best Results

To ensure the best results when applying our non-pigmented clear lacquer to your aluminum formwork, please follow these application guidelines:

  • Thorough Mixing: Before application, it is crucial to stir the base thoroughly. This ensures a consistent mixture and optimal performance.

  • Mixture Ratio: Mix 4 parts of base with 1 part of catalyst by volume to achieve a uniform consistency. Allow the mixture to mature for 15 minutes. Stir it again before and during application to maintain an even blend.

  • Conventional Spray: If using a conventional spray method, you may need to adjust the viscosity for optimal application. Dilute the mixture by adding Plasma TH-067 thinner to achieve an application viscosity of 20-22 seconds. Standard spraying equipment can be used with an atomizing pressure of 3.2 - 3.8 kg/cm2.

  • Airless Spray: For airless spray application, it is preferable to apply the lacquer without thinning. However, if necessary, you can dilute the mixture with Plasma TH-067 thinner to achieve the desired application viscosity of 20-22 seconds. Use standard airless spray equipment with an atomizing pressure of 3.2 - 3.8 kg/cm2.

  • Tip Size and Pressure: When using either conventional or airless spray methods, consider the following recommendations for tip size and pressure. For conventional spray, use a tip size of 0.33 - 0.38 mm, and maintain a tip pressure of 110 - 140 kg/cm2.

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