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Foam Armor 2200 Color Coat

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Flexible Alphatic "Soft Tech" Finish. The TT 2200 is a specialty alphatic polyurethane designed as the flexible /elastomeric color coat and provides outstanding color and gloss resistance and durability

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FOAM ARMOR vs Competitors

Properties Competitive EVA/
Flex Foam Coatings
FOAM ARMOR
2200/2205
Water
Immersion
+ ++
Chlorine/Chemical
Resistant
- ++
Abrasion
Resistant
+ ++
UV/Chalk
Resistant
+ ++
Color
Retentive
+ ++
Expected Service
Life (years)
1-2 5

Colors

Application Instructions

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR THANE-TEC 2200

Section 1 

     CP 2200 is a high solids, two-component aliphatic polyurethane coating system. It is designed to be used as a clear top-coat, or it can be pigmented and used as a colored system.

     CP 2200 has a unique chemistry allowing the ultimate level of chemical and abrasion resistance, and providing excellent weathering and gloss retention.

     Due to its chemical nature, CP 2200 must be applied differently than common alkyd or 2K acrylics. Film builds should be limited to 4 - 5 wet mils (2 – 2.5 dry) per coat, With a 30 – 60 minute “flash-off” between coats. 

Section 2 

MIXING RATIO

  • Thoroughly mix CP 2200 “B” prior to combining with the Component A.
  • CP 2200 “A” does not require mixing
  • Material Temperature       65 -75*F (optimal)
  • Higher or lower temperatures will effect cure and  

                 Pot-life of materials

CP 2200 HS

TWO – COMPONENT SYSTEM (2K)

     Component                                         Parts by volume

CP 2200 “B” “Clear”                                           2

CP 2200 “A” “ISO.”                                             1

  • Viscosity of material will be 150 – 200 cps. After mixing.
  • Filter mixed materials before loading into spray equipment. 

Section 3

POT - LIFE

   CP 2200 has a pot life of 70 – 80 minutes at 70 *F.

Temperature of the coating during mixing can affect the final cure and pot life properties.

 

MATERIAL TEMPERATURE             CP 2200 POT - LIFE

     55 – 60 *F                                       1:30-1:50 HRS-

     70 – 75 *F                                        1 hr 15 minutes

     90 – 95 *F                                         45 – 50 minutes

 

No induction period required. Mix until uniform.

Thinning of material not recommended

Store materials in a dry, cool place.

 

Section 4

SURFACE PREPARATION

   Surface and substrate preparation are vitally important to assure proper adhesion and surface appearance.

   CP 2200 is designed to be a self – priming topcoat for polyurea, polyurethane and a variety of other substrates.

hile sanding is not usually required, DA sanding the surface with 320 – 400 grit paper will increase surface profile and assure a clean surface. Tack or clean entire surface with acetone if necessary.

   Surface temperature of substrate should be between 60 – 90 *F to proper application performance and appearance.

     When spraying CP 2200 over freshly sprayed polyuria,

The sooner that the CP 2200 is applied is better. As the polyurea cures over time the reaction completes and decreases the chemical bonding. While CP 2200 can be used over aged surfaces, coating freshly sprayed polyurea will assure maximum adhesion.

 

 

   Dew point should be 10 – 15 *F below substrate surface temperature to avoid moisture related adhesion issues.

  

 

Section 5 

   CP 2200 HS can be applied by the following:

Airless/ Air Assisted Airless/ Conventional spray

HVLP/ Gravity and Pressure Pot Feed/ Brush

 

   Conventional/HVLP                         Fluid Tip

     Pressure pot                               .039 - .059”

     Siphon Feed                               .055 - .063”

     Gravity Feed                               .047 - .063”

   Air Pressure

     Conventional Gun                       50 – 80 psi.

     HVLP Gun                                     20 – 35 psi.

Application Rate

     10 – 12 fluid ounces per minute

 

SECTION 6

TYPICAL APPLICATION

BASECOAT/COLOR HILIGHTING/CLEARCOAT PROCESS

  1. Basecoat #1 Apply a medium- wet first coat at 3-4 mils wet. Allow to “flash – off” for 30 – 60 minutes.
  2. Basecoat #2   Apply a wetter coat at 3-4 mils wet. Allow to “flash – off” for 30 – 60 minutes.
  3. Color Accents     Apply coloring and accents at 3 -4 mils wet. Allow to “flash – off” for 30 – 60 minutes.
  4. Clear coat #1   Apply clear coat over surface with a dryer medium- wet coat at 3 – 4 mils wet.   Allow to “flash – off” for 30 – 60 minutes.
  5. Clear coat #2   Apply a second dryer, medium wet coat at 3 – 4 mils wet. Allow to “flash – off” for 30 – 60 minutes.
  6. Clear coat #3   Apply a final wetted clear coat application at 5-6 mils wet. Handle after 12 hours.
  7. Allow coating system to cure for 7 – 10 days before putting into pool service. 

Section 7 

DRYING TIMES

   The following drying times are based on 2 – 3 mil dry film thickness @ 70 *F, at 50% relative humidity. Excessive film thickness, cooler temperatures and inadequate ventilation will require longer cure btimes and could compromise coating performance.

 

Property               50-60*F     70-80*F       90*F +

Surface Dry           1:30 +         :45-1hr.       30-40 min.

Hard Film               6 hours       3-4hous       2-3hours

Recoat (min.)         1-2hours     :45-1hour     30-45 min.

Recoat (max.)       8-10 hours         5-8 hors       3-4 hours

Handle Part           14-16hrs.     12-14hrs.     8-10 hours

Full Cure                 10-14days   7-10days     5-7days

 

Minimum application and substrate temperature should be at             55 -60 *F.

   At lower temperatures solvent entrapment and curing issues will compromise coating adhesion and reaction.

Section 8 

 SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS

     CP 2200 should only be used by trained, professional painters only. Not for sale or use by the general public.

Before using read and follow technical data sheets and MSDS precautions. Follow all instructions outlined.

All materials associated with CP 2200 are to be considered hazardous.

Any coating system containing isocyanates can cause irritation to respiratory system and hypersensitive reactions. Asthma sufferers, those with allergies or any history of respiratory complaints should not use CP 2200 as it contains isocyanates after catalyzation.

Positive pressure hoods and/ or other forms of protection must be worn by applicator during use.

Do not sand, flame cut, braze or weld dry coatings without proper respiratory protection.

Do not allow liquid materials or overspray to enter any drains or waterways.

CP 2200 is a “FLAMMABLE” liquid that will ignite near smoking, sparks or open flames. Take proper precautions in its liquid and curing states to prevent ignition.

Follow all Federal, State and local guidelines mandated fo use in your particular application and use.

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Specification

There are two options with the FOAM ARMOR system.
SYSTEM 1 -This specification is designed as a medium duty system that does not get high traffic or is more decorative
SYSTEM TWO- This specification is designed for heavy duty application to provide more durability and puncture resistance. The FOAM ARMOR 100 provides most of the puncture resistence of teh system, the FOAM ARMOR 200 provides the colors required and FOAM ARMOR 300 is a high gloss clear coat that provides a long term"wet look"

FOAM ARMOR

SYSTEM ONE -MEDIUM DUTY SYSTEM
SYSTEM TWO -HEAVY DUTY SYSTEM
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