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POLYCHEM G7798-MS16-70

Polychem G7798-MS16-70 (Z2167)

Polychem G7798-MS16-70 is an glyptal long oil linseed alkyd. It has quick drying ability.

CHARACTERISTICS SPECIFICATIONS
Percent Non Volatile 70
Viscosity, G-H Z3-Z5
Acid Number 10
Gardner Color 7 Maximum
Weight Per Gallon 8 ± 0.1
Solvent MS-16
Modifier
Oil Linseed Oil
Reduced Viscosity D-F
Reduced NVM 50
Reduction Solvent MS16
Clarity clear

 

SUGGESTED USES
Used as a general-purpose stain vehicle.

 

DRIER RECOMMENDATIONS (% metal on total binder solids)
Air Dry:
25 C, 50% RH, 0.075 mm Wet
Touch Dry
Tack Free

Driers:
Cobalt 0.06%
Calcium 0.1%

The information and specifications stated here are for the material currently offered, are subject to change without prior notice, and due to variations in user handling and application methods should not be relied upon without testing under user conditions. The supplier makes no warranty of any kind, express or implied, concerning this product or its use either singly or in combination with other substances. User assumes all risks incident to its use. User must communicate to employees and customers all warnings that relate to the potential exposure to this product. The user assures that workplace and disposal practices are in compliance with laws, regulations and ordinances. ALL WARRANTIES, INCLUDING WARRANTIES OR MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE EXPRESSLY EXCLUDED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE SUPPLIER BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES
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