Polyurethane paints

PU matt (metallic)

PU MATT (METALLIC) is a polyurethane material based on saturated polyester resin with lustre pigment component. It is formulated to give a metallic effect, thanks for the high quality of raw material. Furthermore, PU MATT (METALLIC) is resistant to both extreme weather with less-yellowing effect, resistant to abrasion and provides a very good finish.
Highly recommended to all woodworks, furniture such as chairs, cabinets, beds, sofas, doors and frames, turned pieces and the likes that requires a unique glittering effect.

Appearance – Luster Matt

Specific Gravity @25°C 1.00 +/- 0.2 kg/L

Viscosity(25°C, FC #4) 30 – 40 sec.

Flash Point – 21°C

Non-Volatile (Wt.%) – 60 – 65

Gloss (600) – 10 /20 /30 /40

Application condition:
Air temperature – 5 – 35°C
Relative Humidity – 85% max.

Application Method – Brush, Spray or Roller

Recommended Catalyst – Catalyst #013

Thinner – PU Thinner #105/205

Mixing/Dilution Ratio
Base 100
Cat. 50
Thinner 25-30

Pot life (20°C) 5 – 6 hours

Drying time:

Dust free 15 – 17 min.
Touch free 45 – 60 min.
Recoat 2 – 3 hrs.
Hard 24 – 36 hrs.

Coverage 06 – 8 m2/L

Basecoat – PU 153/Plastofil 350

The surface to be top coated should be primed with either polyurethane primer or polyester primer white.
It should be cleaned well-sanded and free from dust, oil, water and other contaminants to ensure long lasting effect.
To obtain a smooth finish, ensure that the basecoat is sufficient to avoid uneven and irregular surface.
For cracks, crates and nail holes, it is advisable to fill with either Putty Filler, NC Putty White#2185 or Polyester Putty.
Apply 1 -2 coats of PU MATT (METALLIC) horizontally and vertically.
One coat may be sufficient for ordinary finish however; one additional coat can be applied wet on wet if necessary. Light sanding with 400 – 600 mesh sand paper is recommended before subsequent coats, when time exceeds 3 hours.