FARBENLÖWE Grünwalder 2-K Autolack - Decklack
FARBENLÖWE Grünwalder 2-K Autolack - Decklack
FARBENLÖWE Lacke & Beschichtungen Grünwalder 2-K Autolack - Decklack
FARBENLÖWE Grünwalder 2-K Autolack - Decklack
FARBENLÖWE Grünwalder 2-K Autolack - Decklack

Grünwalder 2-component car paint - top coat

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Normal price
$32.00
($32.00 | pro 1 liter)
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$32.00
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Wie groß ist die zu bestreichende Fläche?
Messen Sie als erstes die gewünschte Fläche aus. Um die Quadratmeter eines Raumes zu berechnen, messen Sie die Länge und anschließend die Breite. Ist der Raum 4,5 Meter breit und 10 Meter lang, müssen Sie die beiden Zahlen nur noch miteinander multiplizieren. Es ergeben sich 4,5 x 10 = 45 Quadratmeter.

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The modern 2-component car paint from Grünwalder is a high-coverage and impact-resistant paint with the right hardener.

It is also very easy to paint and varnish with a brush, roller or spray gun.

Supplied in a SET (hardener & base coat) - mixing ratio 5 : 1 (component A : component B)

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You only need two thin coats of the ready-to-use car paint. The surface should be roughened beforehand.

    • Impact and scratch resistant
    • Processing temperature: at least 10°C
    • Recoatability: after 12 hours
    • Can be filled: after 48 hours
    • Final hardness: approx. 7 days
Hardener is supplied and included in the price!
Please note:

The application of 2K or 2-component paint is explained very simply and quickly.

The name alone says that the finished paint consists of 2 different components. It is a so-called master paint (varnish, paint, primer) and the matching hardener. There are a few things to consider for problem-free processing of a 2-component paint. The description of the paint always contains the most important data about the paint. These are the following points:

  • Which hardener goes with the paint
  • Mixing ratio
  • Processing viscosity
  • dilution
  • Pot life
  • Processing time
  • Type of processing (application)
  • Processing conditions

These points in detail:

  • What hardener goes with the paint?

In the description of the paint (usually even on the paint can), the exact name of the hardener that goes with the paint is always given. Please never use any other hardener.

  • Mixing ratio

The two components, i.e. paint and hardener, are mixed together in a specific ratio directly before processing. This ratio is also specified in the description of the paint or on the paint can. Here as an example: mixing ratio 5:1 (by weight) that means that you weigh 5 parts paint and 1 part hardener and mix them together.

Depending on how much paint you need for one step, it is best to take a kitchen scale, place an empty can on it and then first fill in e.g. 500 grams of paint and then add 100 grams of hardener. That would then be the stated mixing ratio of 5:1 by weight. Stir this mixture well for at least 1 minute.

  • Processing viscosity

Viscosity is a measure of the viscosity. The higher the viscosity, the thicker (less flowable) the liquid is, the lower the viscosity, the thinner (more flowable) it is. Depending on the type of paint and processing (painting, spraying, rolling, pouring, dipping) it may be necessary to change the viscosity, i.e. to add a little thinner. As a rule, the addition of thinner is between 1% and 20%.

  • dilution

Just like with the hardener, it is important to use the right thinner. This is also specified in the description of the paint and usually on the paint can.

  • Pot life

The pot life is the duration of the processability of reactive materials, e.g. paints. It is therefore the time between mixing a multi-component substance and the end of its processability, so to speak the period of time in which the substance can still be "taken out of the pot" and processed. The end of the pot life is usually indicated by a significant increase in viscosity, which prevents further processing.

  • Processing time

Some materials have a processing time in addition to the pot life. Optimum processing is only possible during this time. After that, the workability and the painting result deteriorate, even if the paint is still liquid and no change can be seen. So please only mix as much paint as you can use in one go.

  • Processing type, application

Lacquers and paints are always developed for specific applications. That is why there are differences in the way of processing. For example, spray paint can usually not be applied with a brush, or only very poorly, because it dries far too quickly. With a paint that is suitable for painting, the drying time is much longer, which is why, for example, dust can fall onto the fresh surface longer during the drying time. It is therefore important to pay attention to the type of processing specified for a paint, varnish or primer.

  • Processing conditions

The processing and especially the drying of 2-component paints should not take place below 18°C. This information refers to the paint material, substrate and room temperature during processing and the subsequent drying and curing time of 7 days. Temperatures that are too low lead to drying and hardening problems, as the necessary chemical reaction cannot take place. A brief cooler temperature during curing can also lead to problems.

This information is of an advisory nature, it is based on the best of our knowledge and careful investigations according to the current state of the art. No legal liability can be derived from this information. Therefore, please always refer to the technical data sheets and contact us if you have any questions about processing. (Status 02/2020)

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Legal note: According to the law, this paint may not be used to paint vehicles
You may only use water-based paint for painting vehicles
.