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Kirker Black Diamond Low-VOC 2.1 Urethane Clearcoat - EC350


Kirker Black Diamond Low-VOC 2.1 Urethane Clearcoat - EC350


Kirker Black Diamond Low-VOC 2.1 Urethane Clearcoat - EC350

Kirker
SKU:    KIRK-EC350
Price: $103.99

The Kirker Black Diamond Low-VOC 2.1 Urethane Clearcoat is designed to deliver smooth and attractive finishes with a boost in shine and exceptional DOI. It dries fast and has quick-build properties to enable good flow and leveling. This Low-VOC clearcoat shows tremendous resistance to dieback and shrinkage. When you use this urethane clearcoat, you can be sure that you get optimum protection from weather, UV, and chemicals. The Kirker Black Diamond clearcoat is a two-component urethane clearcoat.

This high solids formula is made in the USA and has a quick build and deep set gloss. This 2.1 VOC compliant clearcoat is suitable for use with Black Diamond basecoats, Ultra-Glo urethane topcoats, and other manufacturer basecoats. Mix it with a Low-VOC activator in the ratio of 4:1.

Key Features of the Kirker Black Diamond Low-VOC 2.1 Urethane Clearcoat:

  • High solids formula
  • Built using 2-part urethane technology
  • Quick building properties
  • High shine and exceptional DOI
  • Offers strong protection from UV rays, weathering and chemicals
  • 4:1 mix ratio with Low-VOC activator
  • 2.1 VOC – Compliant in all areas
  • Made in the USA

Technical Specifications

  • Appearance: Viscous liquid, clear
  • Package Measure: 1 U.S. Gallon (3.785 Liters)
  • Actual VOC (as supplied): 87.8 grams/liter (0.73 lbs/gallon)
  • Regulatory VOC (as supplied): 190 grams/liter (1.59 lbs/gallon)
  • Material Density: 1,155 g/l (9.64 lbs/gal)
  • Weight % Total Volatiles: 64.2%
  • Weight % Exempt Volatiles: 56.6%
  • Weight % Water: 0%
  • Volume % Exempt Volatiles: 53.8%
  • Volume % Water: 0%
  • Dry mils per coat: 0.6-1.2 mils per coat
  • Theoretical coverage (1 dry mil): 579 square feet

READY FOR USE

  • Mix ratio: 4:1 (with LVA Activator)
  • Material density: 1,133.7-1,157.4 g/l ( 9.5-9.7 lbs/gallon)
  • Actual VOC: 76.3-126.7g/l (0.64-1.06 lbs/gallon)
  • Regulatory VOC: 179.5-258 g/l (1.5-2.15 lbs/gallon)
  • Volume % water, exempts: 50.8-57.5%
  • Use with activators -  KIRK-LVA-365, KIRK- LVA-375, KIRK- LVA-395
  • Use with reducers - KIRK-LVR-565, KIRK-LVR-575, KIRK-LVR-385

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This item can only ship by ground within the Continental US.
Next Day or 2nd Day, AK & HI, & International delivery not available.

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Customer Reviews
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# of Ratings: 5
1. on 8/22/2014, said:
Great product good flow and layout , short re coat times with good airflow in the booth. We did mix our Kirker Basecoat and clear coat 4-1-1.
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2. on 8/21/2014, said:
Great Paint, but VERY strong oder.
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3. on 9/24/2013, said:
Don't use this clear! It doesn't flow out. It shrunk back after it was buffed and it created white specks in my dark color.
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4. on 6/9/2011, said:
Been painting 10yrs, worst clearcoat ever. Dries to semi gloss . Had to wet sand and buff to get a shine. Also it scratches and chips very easy. Save yourself a headache and buy name brand products such as Dupont and PPG
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5. on 3/18/2011, said:
I've been a automotive painter for 10 yrs. I decided to use this clear on my personal vehicle. I usually use ppg deltron products but decided on going with the black diamond Jet black and the clear. The clear lays down good and sprays good ( using slow activator and reducer) as instructed. but came back the next day to look at the parts, and they appearted to be semi gloss. I wet sanded the parts with 1500 and they buffed out to a mirror finish. But this clear does no good on stuff you cant get a buffer on. I've tried a few different setups this week trying to figure out what is going on but this is the only clear i've had to do this. Plan on calling Kirker on monday to see why the clear is lossing gloss.
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