Sayerlack TZ0072 is a ultra-clear scratch resistant interior use Acrylic Topcoat, specifically for flat and turned parts. Available in a number of sheen levels, it has been designed for yellowing resistances on bleached and light timbers such as Ash, Beech and Maple. It is a highly versatile lacquer with good transparency, smoothness and build. It is ideal over clear Acrylic Basecoats such as TU0055/00. Activation with TH0790/00 and thinning with DT1150/00.
- High Build
- Yellowing Resistance
- Scratch Resistant
- Available in All Sheens
Conventional Spray with 1.8mm Tip, Air Mix Spray, Airless Spray or Curtain Coater
Number of Coats:
Drying Times @ 20°C
Prior coat of TU0055/00 Acrylic Basecoat. Denib when fully dry. For best results, we suggest preparing the surface using 240-320 grit stearate abrasives as they provide a higher efficiency than conventional. Ensure the surface is completely clean of dust and debris before coating.
With good drying conditions and air circulation (20°C), a good build can be achieved with one coats of 130 g/m². Lower temperatures and higher relative humidity can lead to longer drying times, but it is possible to speed up drying using heated ovens.
Due to the high chemical resistance of Acrylic Topcoats, the packaging used does not usually cause problems. We recommend high-density polythene. PVC or Pluriball are not suitable.
In open pore systems, TZ70**/00 should be thinned down at 40-50% to promote flow into the pores.
TH0790/00 @ 20% can be added in order to improve film hardness; this will also increase gloss level by 5%.
It is important to understand when using a \acrylic Coatings to check whether your full system is appropriate. IWC are able to advise you on spray equipment and materials to achieve the perfect finish. Please click the contact us button for advice.