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RAL 7036 Platinum Grey

RAL 7036 Platinum Grey
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A traditional ultra high quality synthetic coach and machinery enamel. 

Is used in preference to normal commercially available enamels for decorative work of the highest standard.

Ideal for heavy duty vehicle finishing, tractors, stationary engines, narrow boats, workshop machinery and marine applications as well as for vehicle repair work and sign writing.

  • High build properties.
  • A long wet edge allows for the largest of fabrications to be brushed or sprayed without overspray or brush drag.
  • High solids content.
  • Brush or spray application.
  • Provides ultimate high gloss with good build and scratch filling properties.
  • Very good resistance to oils, fats, and cutting fluids, which makes it an ideal choice for all types of workshop machinery.
  • Excellent water resistance, flexibility and exterior durability.

Touch dry:- 2 Hours. Firm dry:- 6 Hours. Hard dry:- 12 Hours, @ 20ºC.
Thinners:- Fully synthetic PT8.
Over coating:- Within 30 minutes or after 16 hours.
Film thickness:- 100 microns WFT gives approximately 50 microns DFT.
Temp Resistance:- 170ºC.
Storage:- 12 months in original sealed containers.

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Malcolm Raggett
Aug 5, 2020
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Platinum grey is a neutral-balance light/mid grey. Darker than a silver grey and contrasts well with either pale grey or graphite grey.

Advantages: It brushes well straight from the can. After a few hours I mix in a small amount of thinners to compensate for evaporation and keep it spreading well. 2 coats covers just about any base colour and becomes really tough after a few days.

Paragon enamels are my go-to paints for workshop machinery.

Disadvantages: Expect to apply 2-3 thinner coats rather than one thick one otherwise you’ll get runs and curtains.
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