Tekton 38 is applied as an anti-gravel and anti-corrosion protection coating on bumpers, fenders, rocker panels, chassis of cars, trucks, and coaches.
- Grey undercoating
- Dries quickly (2-3 hours)
- One liter covers 25 square ft
- Sound deadening properties
Included in the Tekton 38 Grey Undercoating Kit: TK38 undercoating cans, RA1 spray gun and undercoating wand. Depending on the viscosity of the sprayed product, a thinner might have to be mixed in (consult product manufacturer for appropriate thinning agent). If product is hard to spray through the wand, shortening the wand might help.
Tekton 38 is an over paint-able anti-gravel coating with anti-corrosion and sound-deadening properties based on rubber and resins. After drying, TK38 is over paint-able with all conventional paint systems. After the product has completely dried it remains a durable elastic film offering excellent protection against rust, corrosion, and abrasion.
How to use Tekton 38 Grey Undercoating
Shake before use. The surfaces to be treated must be clean, dry, rust-, dust-and grease-free. Tekton 38 can be applied by means of an air mix pistol with an airpressure of 3-6 bar / 45 to 90 psi. Tekton 38 is, depending of the layer thickness, after about 60 to 90 minutes over paint-able with all conventional 2K-and base coat lacquers. When a 2K-lacquer is used we recommend to first use a thin layer of primer and to paint over after this layer has completely dried. If thicker layers are wanted, it is to be recommended to dry the layers in between. Optimum spraying distance is about 1 foot. Over-spray, or equipment contaminated with over-spray, must be cleaned while still wet with a solvent.
The product may not be stored under +10°C / 50°F and above +30°C / 85°F. The packaging must be protected from direct sunlight and heat. When stored in a cool, dry and well ventilated area, the product has a shelf life of 2 years in unopened, original packaging.
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Quartz (Si02), which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.