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Booth Coat 5201

Water based Protective Coatings, Strippable Coatings For Auto Body  Shop Paint Spray Booth



Product Description

Paint Spray Booth White Peelable Coatings ,Liquid Masking compounds For paint spray booth Protection
General Chemical’s Booth Coat 5201 is a temporary paint spray booth white strippable coating for spray Paint booth walls, ceilings, floors and other peelable where paint over spray accumulation must be readily removed. It will maximize Paint booth illumination and remain non-dusting. Thus, application of white peelable booth coating Boothcoat 5201 will result in optimum paint finish and minimize rejects.

Boothcoat 5201 can be used as a peelable coating on steel surfaces to eliminate flash rusting or as protection on glass, Plexiglas, rubber, cement, aluminum and many other hard surfaces.
Booth Coat 5201 represents the ultimate in non-solvent strippable coatings. It is well stabilized against brittleness and it will not be softened or penetrated by solvent-based paints.

-Results in a reduction of labor costs by reducing the application time.
-Once cured, it provides an extremely tough, uniform film thickness.
-Curing time can be cut in half with the use of increasing temperatures up to 100ºF.
-Easily removed…peels off in sheets which eliminates messy hand scrapping
-Safe…non flammable

How To Apply:
paint spray booth white strippable coating when applied improperly can cause problems. Proper application results in a tough film of uniform thickness with no sags, less application time and minimal clean-up labor. General Chemical’s Water-Based white strippable coating may be used wherever protective strippable coatings are needed or to reduce cleanup problems. Spray Booths, Floors, Windows, walls, Machinery, equipment spray booths and fixtures have all been applications for our strippable coating. If you have an overspray problem, a cleanup problem or an emissions problem, call us.

1. Apply 10-12 mils wet water based peelable film to clean, dry peelable (booth walls, fixtures) in a smooth, continuous spray. If using airless equipment, use .015 or .017 nozzle at a set pressure of 1200-1500 PSI. With conventional air spray, we recommend Binks nozzle #68PB with needle #368 at a pressure of 35-55 PSI.
2. After significant paint overspray buildup, film may be quickly and easily removed. Cut film to start peeling from one corner. Production time between cleaning is increased; quality control is improved with better illumination.
3. Simply peel off in large, continuous sheets. Booth is left clean and ready for next application. Messy hand scraping or solvent removal eliminated. Clean-up is fast. Waste disposal costs cut.
4. The coating provides a tough, flexible solvent-resistant film which protects booth walls, paint fixtures, metal parts in storage, or any non-porous metal surface from paint overspray.

Booth Coat 5201 is normally used as received. The airless spray gun equipment applies it, by roller coating or by brushing. Sprayed strippable coating is air-dried from 30 minutes to 3 hours, depending on thickness of coating. BC 5201 is usually applied to form a film, thickness in the range of 1 to 3 mils (.001″ to .003″). Strippable Coating is usually resistant to attack by paint solvents. Spraying temperature shall be 60° F minimum. For best results, apply at room temperature.

Booth Coat 5201 is developed to be removed by peeling it off.

Water rinsable BC 5201 presents no fire hazard either as received or during or after application.

During removal, water hose-down type coatings will oftentimes be mixed into the paint spray booth water compound system. BC 5201 coating is normally compatible with this kind of system.
Booth Coat 5201 is uniquely formulated excluding ingredients that are deleterious to the painting process (such as silicones) or the water washes system (such as foam generation or stabilizing ingredients).

Operating Guidelines
1.When applying BC 5201, use the same protection as used while applying paint. The booth ventilation system should be operating while the material is being sprayed.
2.Chemical goggles and impervious gloves should be worn when handling or mixing.
3.Use of non-sparking metal is advised to scrape or spud to remove booth coating to avoid fire hazard from accumulated paint.

First Time Application
If the Our peelable coating film rips or tears, the flap may be lifted and resealed by applying a fresh wet coat to the underside and resealing. Alternatively, cut away flap and re-apply fresh coating, it will bond to itself.

I. Pre-cleaning of Equipment:
To clean pressure pot, airless equipment, spray guns, spray lines, do the following:

1.Flush equipment and lines with current paint thinner (ex. Toluene, MEK, Xylene, etc.)
2.Follow with a water reducible solvent such as Butyl Cellosolve. This will help remove solvent residue.
3.Now thoroughly rinse with water. Make sure all solvent and paint residue is removed.
II. Pre-cleaning of Spray Booth Walls:

To clean all peelable where BOOTH COAT 5201 is to be applied, do the following if the last peelcoat that was used was a solvent-based product (this will aid in the first time peel/water removal of BOOTHCOAT 5201.
1.Clean surface with butyl-Cellosolve type cleaner our product number is Alkine 204.

2.Remove all previous peel coat, oils and dirt, and solvent residue from surface.
NOTE: You do not have to do this cleaning step to have BOOTHCOAT 5201 peel/water rinse off of the surface. Although it aids in the first time water rinse/peel of the product. Second and continuous applications can eliminate this step.
3.You are now ready to use BOOTHCOAT 5201.

Some Equipment Notes:
Airless System: Recommended tip size is .070. Similar to a glue tip will suffice.

Pressure Pot: Booth coat works well under the following conditions. Pot pressure at 10-15 psi while atomization pressure is 40 psi. If a cloud effect occurs the pressure is too high. try to control this at the spray gun. If that fails turn down the pressure a the pressure pot.

BOOTHCOAT 5201 can also be applied by rolling coating or by brushing.