International Antifouling VC Offshore High Performance 2 Lt Black
VC Offshore EU is an antifouling effective even in areas of high fouling conditions, suitable for sailboats and motorboats. Quick drying to a hard and smooth film of paint, easy to clean and allows excellent sanding.
Smooth finish for increased speed and efficiency.
Hard, scrubbable paint film, ideal for speed and sail boats.
Does not require sanding between coats.
Fast drying for rapid overcoating and flexible launch times.
APPLICATION AND USE
VC OFFSHORE: Wash thoroughly with freshwater.
OTHER ANTIFOULING: Verify sound condition.
NATURAL GRP: Use VC General Thinner to thoroughly clean and degrease surfaces. Lightly sand with 240 grit sandpaper. Rinse with freshwater and allow to dry.
Use VC Tar2 to prime and prevent osmosis.
STEEL: Prime with VC Tar2 to prevent corrosion.
LEAD: Prime with VC Tar2.
WOOD: Prime with Primocon.
Mixing: Stir well before use. Pour the dry ingredients (found in the plastic cap) into the can. Shake or stir well.
Cleaning solvent: YTA600 VC General Thinner.
Airless spray pressure: 176-210 bar. Nozzle diameter:1880-2180.
Conventional spray pressure: 2-3 bar. Nozzle diameter: 1,5-1,8 mm.
Other: For Airmix spray application: Pressure: 2 bar. Nozzle diamater: 20-113.
Other: True colour will develop after immersion. It is important to apply the product quantity calculated on the basis of the spreading rate, and if necessary with an extra coat. It is also important to respect the thicknesses as advised to obtain the best results. To prevent poor result and performance, ensure the correct amount of paint is applied using the coverage as a guide (see spreading rate). The temperature of the product should be between a minimum of 5°C/41°F and a maximum of 35°C/95°F. The ambient temperature should be between a minimum of 5°C/41°F and a maximum of 35°C/95°F. The surface temperature should be a minimum of 1°C above dew point and a maximum of 35°C.
GRP, wood, steel/iron, lead. Not suitable for use on aluminium/light alloys or zinc-plated surfaces.
Number of coats
Apply 2 coats per season. Apply an extra coat on areas subjected to greater wear such as rudders, sterndrives, keels, walk areas etc.
(Theoretical) 11.7 m²/lt by roller
(Practical) 10.5 m²/lt by roller
Dry film thickness: Recommended per coat: 30 microns, by roller
Wet film thickness: Recommended per coat: 83 microns, by roller
Airless spay, conventional spray, roller.
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