Download 1040 Part A MSDS 1500 Product Data Sheet

Global 1500 Clear & Sealer

Yet another innovation from the makers of 2000 Spraythane™ and 1600 Global™. Global™ Clear has been developed from the ground up to be easier to apply, faster to dry and offer the superior finish you would expect from a Global™ product.

Global™ Clear has been designed for use on a wide range of timber species for high quality applications. These include doors or cabinetry solid timber or veneer (including new-age veneer).

Now available in 15%, 30% and 60% Gloss Levels! It’s popularity has caught the imagination of designers and specifiers with its alluring variety of finishes and gloss levels – with more on the way.

This isn’t just another polyurethane, it’s Global™.

Global™ draws on the pedigree of the Spraythane™ family and combines the speed of 850 with the technical expertise of 2000. Designed for high-speed production environments where speed of cure and product dynamics are critical, Global™ was extensively tested to provide the user with a optimal spraying experience while delivering the ideal flow and levelling properties at a speed comparable to 850 Spraythane™.

High volume users require a product that will provide economy to their workflow, not through price alone, but by minimising their labour costs. Global’s speed and ease of use create savings by requiring less waiting during and after application. Saving on labour and booth time. By offering an excellent price and fast “3-UP” spraying technique, Global™ offers the best of both worlds to serious production users.

“Fast & Furious!” Evic’s new 1508 Sanding Sealer & 1500 Topcoat have become so popular because of their rapid drying speed. The team is now joined by a new 15% gloss level, and is continuing to expand. The new finish has that same silky, smooth “surface feel” as others.

15% in stock in 2L, 10L and 20L and YES available in 30L A & B kits at an AMAZING PRICE – plus you get a FREE T-SHIRT!

Save your money, try it and you’ll agree: Timber has never looked so good! Global™ Clear.

1508 SEALER

• Excellent substrate wetting – eliminates cratering on open grain timbers

• Excellent build and filling

• Fast turnaround – early sanding

• Compatible with 1500 Part B

1500 TOPCOAT

• Excellent “silky” surface appearance

• Unique surface feel

• Outstanding clarity

• Fast cure – minimises handling damage

GLOBAL™ Clear has been designed for use on a wide range of timber species for high-quality applications. These may include doors or cabinetry in solid timber or veneer (including new-age veneer).

Note: Global clear is not suitable for dark open grain timber and veneers like wenge

1508 SEALER

PART A (1508A)2L, 10L and 20L cans

PART B (1508B)1L and 5L cans

KITS (A+B) are also available

1500 TOPCOAT

PART A (1500A) 2L, 10L and 20L cans

PART B (1500B) 1L and 5L cans

KITS (A+B) are also available

MIXING RATIO BY VOLUMR(A:B) IS 2A:1B PLUS THINNING – SEE MIXING (BELOW)

Gloss Levels

1500 TOPCOAT is available in 15%, 30% and 60% gloss.

1500 Global displays excellent interior UV resistance and non yellowing characteristics

To further increase UV Protection (less yellowing) or to protect non fade resistant stains use Evic 1500 UV Stabiliser mixed at 1% by volume to the Part A. i.e. 10mL 1500 UV to 1L 1500 Part A.

Approximately three square metres per mixed litre in practice. Variations to coverage and loss from overspray can occur due to many variables, including: shape and size of the substrate, gun type and settings, and the gloss level of the product.

MIX BY VOLUME 2 parts of “A” to 1 part of “B”.

Stir separately Part “A” thoroughly. Ensure only the quantity that can be applied within the normal pot life is mixed at any one time. Stir thoroughly with a flat blade stirrer (not round) before use.

1500 thin 10-20%, 1508 thin 20-50% with 840S (normal conditions) or 850S (warm-hot conditions).

Thinning assists penetration and sealing of fine-grain timbers but film build is marginally reduced.

Applicators should consider product speed when mixing and thinning.

The estimated pot life at 20?C is 3 hours.

Higher temperatures will affect pot life. During the pot life material viscosity will increase. Slight thinning using 840S, 850S or 900S towards the end of pot life may be required to maintain spraying viscosity.

1508 SEALER

Touch Dry: 10-15 minutes

Time to Sanding: 2-4 hours

Time to Re-Coat: 2-4 hours

1500 TOPCOAT

Touch Dry: 10-15 minutes

Time to Handle: 2-4 hours

Time to Packing: 16-24 hours

*Times vary depending on film build and timber/veneer type. Sanding is possible from approximately 2 hours. Increased drying times can give better sanding and hold out to finishing coats. Using 1500 Part B with 1508 Part A will increase dry times. Estimates are based on 25?C.

• Full choking of deep open grain timber/veneers eg. American Oak, can cause many problems. The initial sealer coat should be thinned at leased 50% to ensure deep grain wetting, further coats will also require thinning.

• Dark coloured timber/veneer eg. Wenge, should not be fully choked, these timbers are prone to showing micro bubbles deep within the grain. This can give a spotted milky appearance (note; Often not noticable for some months after application). Several coats of 1500 Topcoat, will give a nice semi choked finish.

• Reconstructed veneers eg. New Age Veneer, some veneers staines are not UV resistant and therefore need protection from fading, in all cases we recommend top coating with either Evic 1702 UV metallic clears or by adding Evic 1500 UV Stabiliser to the chosen 1500 topcoat.

• Hardwoods eg. Tallowwood, can be “surface greasy” and will require pre-washing with solvent.

• Timber and veneer vary, using the chosen products; application techniques should be practised and perfected until a suitable, repeatable dinish is achieved before commencing a job.

UV Stabilising – Yellowing protection; Timber itself quickly yellows when exposed to UV light. Global 1500 is very UV stable and yellowing resistant interior. 1500 could mildly yellows on exposure. The effects of this can be greatly reduced by adding Evic 1500 UV Stabiliser to the chosen 1500 topcoat. This should be accuratley added, at 1% by volume to the Part A. i.e. 10mL 1500UV to 1L 1500 Part A topcoat.

Air clean prepared surface, wipe over with a dampened lint-free cloth or tack cloth removing all dust or fine particles. Change cloth regularly.

Sand down timber substrate with 240 free-cut paper. Fill nail and screw holes etc, with putty or Timbermate filler in a matching colour and allow to dry. Then sand entire surface and filled areas with 240 free-cut paper and dust off.

STAINING: Staining and effects such as aging can be achieved by using 506/508 Fade Resistant Dye Stains. Refer to datasheet D506 for details.

Application – OPEN GRAIN FINISHING

1508 SEALER

Sealing – apply two or three double header coats of 1508 GLOBAL™ Sealer. Thin 20% with 840S Solvent and allow to dry.

Remove any surface irregularities, grain raising, contaminants or air release bubbles by sanding smooth with 240 free-cut paper.

1500 TOPCOAT

Finishing – apply 1500 GLOBAL ™ Clear in two or three double header cross coats overlapping each pass. Rack and allow to dry.

Always spray away from yourself to minimise overspray. If intercoat sanding is required, cut back with 320-500 grit sandpaper, or 600-grit disk.

Application – CHOKED FINISHING

1508 SEALER

Sealing – apply two or three double header coats of 1508 GLOBAL™ Sealer. Thin initial coat 50-20% with 840S Solvent and allow to dry before sanding.

Remove any surface irregularities, grain raising, contaminants or air release bubbles by sanding smooth with 240 free-cut paper.

Apply another two or three double header coats to complete choking prior to topcoating.

Sand again (as described above) prior to topcoating with 1500 GLOBAL™ Topcoat.

Results will vary based on species of timber used.

1500 TOPCOAT

Finishing – apply 1500 GLOBAL ™ Clear in two or three double header cross coats overlapping each pass. Rack and allow to dry.

Always spray away from yourself to minimise overspray. If intercoat sanding is required, cut back with 320-500 grit sandpaper, or 600-grit disk.

Conventional Spray Gun: Use a premium two-pack gun such as the Anest Iwata W200.15 at 275-310kpa (40-45psi).

Pressure Pot: Set pressure to 55kpa (8psi) and maintain gun pressure at 275kpa (40 psi).

Spraying equipment and mixing utensils should be thoroughly flushed clean with 800S or 825S solvent before the coating cures.

To clean stains, marks or spills from 1500 GLOBAL™ Clear once cured, use 3M Glass & Laminate Cleaner or equivalent. Spray directly onto the surface and wipe off with a clean, dry (preferably lint-free) cloth. Alternatively, for cleaning without chemicals and removing fingerprints and smudging, 3M?s High Performance Cloth is recommended.

Up to 12 months if stored in properly sealed containers. Part “B” is moisture sensitive and should be stored in full containers with minimal air pad.

This is a specialised industrial coating and should only be applied by experienced and competent tradesmen and in accordance with the manufacturer?s specification.

Please read Material Safety Data Sheets M1500 & M1508.

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