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Glyptal CE387 Epoxy Enamel
Categories: Polymer; Thermoset; Epoxy; Epoxy Cure Resin

Material Notes: GLYPTAL CE-387 BLUE CATALYST CURING EPOXY is an air-dry epoxy enamel designed to give maximum durability and a high degree of chemical resistance. Because of the durability and chemical resistance, this product is well suited for use as a machinery enamel where resistance to oil, coolants, and other corrosive agents is essential. CE-387 provides excellent adhesion to cleaned steel surfaces. CE-387 is ideally suited for all interior surfaces where maximum durability is required. Often used on windings.

SUGGESTED USES

GLYPTAL CE-387 is designed for use on heavy machinery, industrial equipment, interior walls, metal partitions, and laboratory areas.

APPLICATION

This epoxy enamel is a two-component system consisting of a catalyst and paint. Mix only the amount necessary for immediate use at a ratio of 1 part catalyst by volume to 3 parts paint by volume. Thoroughly mix before using. The pot life of the mixed material is 6-8 hours. GLYPTAL CE387 will not cure without the GLYPTAL 74010 catalyst.

This material may be applied by brush or spray. If necessary, thin mix material with ketones to desired consistency, not to exceed one pint per one gallon of mixed materials. Allow overnight drying between coats. This material should be constantly agitated during use. Surfaces to be painted should be clean and dry.

SURFACE PREPARATION

Surfaces to be painted should be dry and free from dirt, wax, grease, rust, and oil. Remove grease and oil by washing surface with mineral spirits. Allow surface to dry thoroughly. When painting over a glossy surface, reduce gloss by using fine sand paper or steel wool.

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