Titanium White High Solids Acrylic/Urethane Modifed Waterborne

Titanium White Urethane Modified Waterborne coatings are a single component, urethane modified, high solids waterborne coatings system containing low levels of solvent allowing for reduction in VOCs and HAPs. Utilizing the latest waterborne technology, this system can be used in areas where extreme water and chemical resistance are necessary. It is non-yellowing. Apply two or three coats, self-sealing, or if a sealer is desired, use two coats of WBP-0100 Titanium White Waterborne Sealer and one topcoat. This product meets all of the pertinent government regulations regarding emissions and meets or exceeds the performance parameters outlined by KCMA and ASTM.

*Available in Gallons (4 per case), Fives and 55 Gallon Drums unless otherwise noted.

 

 

Product Codes
  • WB-1410
    WHITE H/S W/B MODIFIED URETHANE FLAT
  • WB-1430
    WHITE H/S W/B MODIFIED URETHANE SATIN
  • WB-1460
    WHITE H/S W/B MODIFIED URETHANE S/G
  • WB-1490
    WHITE H/S W/B MODIFIED URETHANE GLOSS
  • WBP-1100
    WB WHITE PRIMER 1 GAL
Where to Use
Material Preparation: Mix thoroughly before use. Reduction may be required for certain types of application. Water should be used for reduction, not to exceed 15% by volume. If a slower dry time is desired, use Butyl Carbitol.
Application: Temperature will affect viscosity. Titanium Waterborne coatings are designed for spray application. This product must not be polluted with oil; solvent based paint or the like and should not be applied to metal surfaces. Application and drying conditions must be at temperatures of 64?F or above and at a humidity of less than 65%. Increased air flow and/or drying temperatures, including the use of infrared lighting for cure will significantly decrease dry times. Further coats may be applied followed by sanding with 280/320-grit sandpaper. Maximum dry film thickness should not exceed 4 mils.
Reduction:  Use water to clean all equipment when material is in a liquid stage. Use an 80/20 blend of water/Butyl Carbitol when material is partially cured. Use Acetone to remove dried coating.
Product Advantages
  • Low Odor 
  • Primer Provides Excellent Sandability 
  • Quick Dry 
  • Quick Stack Time 
  • Durable Chemical and Moisture Resistant Film
  • Excellent Flow and Leveling
  • Excellent Film Building Properties
  • Minimum Grain Raise
  • Non-Yellowing*
  • Exceeds KCMA Performance Requirements 
  • Exceeds ASTM Performance Requirements
  •   * Clear non-yellowing coatings are formulated with resin systems and U.V. inhibitors designed to resist yellowing.  The coating will not protect wood, lightly stained wood substrates or pigmented basecoats from yellowing. 
   
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