Always do a small test area before starting any project to assess performance and end result. Follow the manufacturers instructions on the tin at all times.
Optimum application is achieved between 18°C and 22°C with good air movement and ventilation. Finished products should not be subjected to environments with temperatures of < 2°C.
- Catalyse 9 parts primer to 1 part 5CAT/200 by volume and mix well prior to use
- The catalysed primer is ready-for-use (RFU) but can be thinned up to 5% by volume with the recommended thinner, 5007/619, if required
- Under normal conditions these products will have a workable pot-life of 36 hours after catalysis
- We do not recommend the mixing of catalysed materials and fresh materials. Always mix enough material for the project you're working on
- Apply with a spray applicator
- Leave adequate time between coats
- Do not apply more than 3 coats in one day, as excessive coating weights can lead to cracking or lifting
- Denib between coats to aid adhesion
Typical Finish: 1-2 coats Primer at 95g/m² per coat ( Dry Film Thickness ~ 43µ per coat), over-coated with Morrells White AC Topcoats and Fastmatch AC Topcoats.
Spray applicators can be cleaned after use with Morrells Equipment Cleaner.
Some Points of Note
- Do not overcoat with 1K or 2K Polyurethane (PU) products
- Use only the recommended thinner. Use of non-recommended thinner can cause uneven/patchy drying
- Under catalysing or over catalysing can cause impairment of cure and cracking
- Do not use over NC, Shellac or Pre-catalysed Sealers
- Some timbers (e.g. cherry, maple etc) are prone to discoloration or reddening when using acid catalyst products
- Douse all waste materials associated with this/these materials with water before disposal and avoid prolonged/excessive exposure to heat
- Store all waste materials in secure metal container outside, away from combustible materials overnight
- Product should be stored above 5°C and protected from frost
- Out of scope with 2004/42/EC Directive
Using these products in systems outside these guidelines can lead to immediate and latent problems with the integrity of the finish.