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CH-202

INCA CH-202 Thin Film Thermal Management (TFTM) material is a radiant heat neutralization treatment that eliminates 78% of the radiant (e.g. solar) thermal energy from being absorbed into a treated surface.

Uses >>>

CH-202 Thin Film Thermal Management coating is a surface treatment designed to be used in applications where a hard, durable and easy-to-clean TFTM barrier is desirable. CH-202 can be applied to steel, aluminum, copper, brass, bronze, alloys and most types of metal, fiberglass, rigid plastics, glass, concrete and other surfaces. CH-202 is not recommended for applications over soft, flexible materials, such as ultra thin gauge metals, cloth or sponge rubber. Nor is it recommended for applications with continuous exposure to liquids or moisture, such as the inside surface of a vessel or tank, fountains, pools, subterranean foundation walls, piers, pilings and the like.

Colors >>>

CH-202 Durable Thin Film Thermal Management is manufactured in white, medium gray and desert tan as standard colors. Custom colors are available by special order.

Coverage >>>

CH-202 Thin Film Thermal Management covers from 30 to 300 square feet per gallon depending on the porosity of the surface and the dry film thickness desired. INCA engineers can suggest the appropriate Dry Film Thickness (DFT) for your application.

Surface Preperation >>>

Remove all loose scale, dirt, grease, soap, sizing and water-soluble paints. When necessary, prime bare metal INCA RCMP zinc enamel undercoat. Oily surfaces must be washed with detergent and water, thoroughly rinsed and dried. Glossy surfaces should be dulled by light sanding or with surface de-glosser. Some plastics and stainless steel may require special primers.

Drying Time >>>

CH-202 Thin Film Thermal Management Material is fluid applied and dries to touch in 1 hour at 75° F (23.8° C) and 50% relative humidity. Longer drying time is required at higher humidity and/or lower temperature. In most applications a light or "fog" coat is recommended as a first layer, which should be allowed to dry 1 hour before the first 'full coverage' layer is applied. Each 'full coverage' layer should be allowed to dry at least 2 hours before the next. It is important that each layer be dry before the next layer is applied. Do not apply more than 10-13 mils (254-330 microns) (wet) in any one layer. 10 mils (wet) (254 microns) results from an approximate wet coverage rate of 85 feet (7.9 M2) per gallon on a smooth, nonporous surface and is about 5.5 mils (140 microns) when dry (DFT). Full cure is reached after 21 days.

Application >>>

Stir thoroughly. Do not thin. Spray application is preferred, but may also be applied by brush or roller. Surface temperature should be between 45°F (7.2°C) and 135°F (48.8°C) with relative humidity under 90%. Do not apply when freezing is expected before material can dry. Most commercial airless spray or conventional spray equipment is satisfactory. Airless tip orifice should be .021" (.53 cm) or larger. Use warm, soapy water to clean equipment before residue dries.

Physical Properties >>>

Resin Type Acrylic
Pigment Type Varies by color
Solvents Water
Weight per Gallon 10.3 lbs (4.67 kg) (in color white)
Solids by Weight 57%
Solids by Volume 52%
Minimum Recommended Dry Film Thickness 5-30 mils (129–760 microns)
Theoretical Coverage 167–29 sq ft/gal
Thinning Water 4.7 oz/gal max (5%)
Induction Period None
Pot Life @ 70°-80°F & 50% RH 72 hrs (non-reactive)
Dry Times @ 70°F & 50% RH for a 10 mil wet coat Tack Free 1-2 hrs / Handle 2-4 hrs / Re-coat 2-6 hrs
Shelf Life 6 months unopened container / 3 months opened, resealed container

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