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1040 PearlGlaze - Decorative Glass Paint

Features

PearlGlaze is a breakthrough system for applying colour to glass. Unlike conventional coating systems, PearlGlaze is purely designed for adhesion to glass. Solid colours, pearlescents and metallics are all available.

• Easy single or two coat system to produce stunning colours and effects on glass.

• Outstanding resistance and adhesion.

• Subtle highlighters, shimmering pearlescents and exciting solid colour finishes available in the 1040 series range,

• A universal Part B and bonding solvent is used for the entire range.

Ideal Use

Each product in the 1040 range is being extensively used for fashionable float, textured and plain glass panels and tiles. 1040 Solid Colour, 1042 Highlighter, 1045 Std Metallic and 1049 Auto Metallic colours can be used for kitchen splash backs, toughened countertops, glass furniture, feature walls and countless other interior commercial application where a coloured or translucent glass surface is appropriate.

PART A:1040 SOLID COLOUR 1L, 2L, 3L, 4L, 8L, 16L
1042 HIGHLIGHTER 1L, 2L, 4L
1045 METALGLAZE 1L, 2L, 3L, 4L
1049 AUTOCOLOUR METALLIC 1L, 2L, 3L, 4L, 5L, 6L

PART B: 1040 PEARGLAZE PART B 1L & 4L

SOLVENT: 920S ADPRO 1L, 4L

Both 1040B & 920S are sensitive to moisture once opened and should be stored in near full cans with the lids properly replaced. only purchase pack sizes consistent with your use.

SPECIAL WARNING: If 920S is allowed to age or be exposed to moisture, its effectiveness in conduction with the PearlGlaze system will be unacceptably reduced. This could cause unacceptable adhesions and possible future delamination.

1040 is available in a virtually unlimited colour range which includes all the popular paint and laminate ranges including Dulux, Taubmans Resene, Laminex, Polytech and many others. Evic also has it’s own range of very popular glass colours. Please refer to the colour section (in the 1040 ColourCard), for information on colours and their availability in their variants of PearlGlaze.

1045 Metallic has available 120 Evic metallic colours which have excellent opacity and economical prices.

1049 Auto Metallic,  allows us to match an enormous range of Automotive metallic colours including all the popular Auto Brands.

A version of the complete 1040 Solid colour & 1045 metallic range is also available in Evic’s unique online Xpress Tint, in house colour creation. This allows you to quickly and easily create over 3,000 popular colours on demand and in volume as low as 250mL. Xtint also can create 120 Evic Metallic colours. All at an amazing low price. Make what you want when you want!!! Evic Xtint.
PLEASE NOTE: BECAUSE THE TINT OF CLEAR “GREEN” GLASS AFFECTS THE COLOUR SHOWN, WE DO NOT OFFER A COLOUR MATCHING SERVICE THROUGH GLASS. WE RECOMMEND COLOURS BE SELECTED FROM ONE OF THE EVIC GROUP’S GLASS OR METALLIC COLOUR CARDS.
Gloss Levels
1040 Solid Colour is available in full gloss and matt (25-35%)

1040 Solid Colour is available in full gloss and matt (25-35%)

MIXING RATIO BY VOLUME IS; 4A:1B + 20%S
Stir PART A thoroughly. Only mix sufficient for spraying within the normal pot life. Products are mixed by Volume; 4 parts “A” to 1 part “B” and then thinned 15-20% with 920S Adpro solvent. Combine thoroughly before use.

Thin Quantity
15-20% WITH 920S ADPRO SOLVENT
It is essential to thin all PearlGlaze products with a minimum of 15% with 920S Adpro solvent prior to commencing application or any further thinning. 920S solvent completes the mixture and ensures bonding to the glass substrate.

Mixing of 1049 Autocolour Metallics, Pearls & Xerallics

MIXING RATIO BY VOLUME IS; 2A:1S + 10% B

Note: 1049 mixing is quite different to the other 1040 products.

Stir Part A thoroughly. Products are mixed by Volume; 2 Parts “A” to 1 Part “920S Solvent” then add 10% 1040 Part B

If further thinning is required, simple add more 920S until the suitable for spraying.

4 HOURS @20ºC
Higher temperatures can reduce this time. During pot life the material viscosity will increase. It may be required towards the end of the pot life to slightly thin material to maintain spraying viscosity.

MIXING RATIO BY VOLUME IS; 2A:1S + 10% B
Note: 1049 mixing is quite different to the other 1040 products.
Stir Part A thoroughly. Products are mixed by Volume; 2 Parts “A” to 1 Part “920S Solvent” then add 10% 1040 Part B
If further thinning is required, simple add more 920S until the suitable for spraying.

Suggested Equipment

SPRAY APPLICATION IS REQUIRED

Mix or handle product in a spray booth or equivalent well ventilated space. Spray application in a spray booth is required using a positive pressure air-fed face mask/

Suction Spray Gun – Anest Iwata W200.15 at 275-310kPa (40-45psi)

Gravity Spray Gun – Anest Iwata W400.14 at 275-310kPa (40-45psi)

Coverage Rate

Approximately 3 to 5 square metres per litre (3-5m2/L)

Dry Times

CALCULATED @25oC

Time to Touch Dry: 5-20 minutes

Time to Print Free: 16+hours or overnight

Time to Recoat: 16+hours or overnight

Time to Packing: 24 hours, if baked. 2-3 days without baking.

Preparation

WASH DOWN GLASS THOROUGHLY WITH 920S ADPRO SOLVENT

Before spraying, air clean prepared surface and wash glass thoroughly with 920S AdPro Solvent to ensure the substrate is clean. Saturating the glass surface with 920S Adpro and allowing it to dry, even lightly scrubbing the glass with Adpro and fine steel wool can be very effective. Do not use methylated spirits (or any other solvent) as a substitute to 920S AdPro, as this will affect the adhesion performance of 1040 to the glass substrate.

IMPORTANT: Due to the silicone applied during processing, we do not recommend the application of 1040 PearlGlaze, to a glass substrate which has been sandblasted.

1040 Solid Colour

STEP 1: Solid Colour – carefully apply Solid Colour (thinned with 920S Adpro solvent) in 2-3 double header coats (as required for opacity), allowing flash off time between, and changing direction for each pass. This achieves even and consistent opacity for the coating.

If applicable, ensure deep valleys and sharp peaks common to textured glass are covered sufficiently. Since PearlGlaze uses only lead-free tinters, clean bright colours may require extra coats to ensure opacity. Alternatively, Glaze Gray (SG040) may be used as a backing coat to achieve opacity. If Stock White is been used by itself it is sensible practise to also apply a backing coat of Glaze Grey (SG040) to insure there can be no shadowing from backgrounds of various colours.

Allow to dry or bake according to the Data Sheet (see BAKING).

1042 Highlighter

STEP 1: Highlighter – carefully apply PearGlaze Highlighter (thinned with 920S Adpro solvent) in 2 double header cross coats, allowing flash off time between coats and changing direction for each pass. The secret to achieving stunning highlights is using consistent and even application. Since Highlighter can be hard to see, especially on textured glass, resist the temptation to apply extra coats, as this will diminish the overall effect.

Once mixed, the Highlighter mixture should be maintained by swirling a marble in the suction pot or continually using mild agitation. Allow to dry, or bake according to the Data Sheet (see BAKING), prior to ‘baking’ with Solid Colour.

STEP 2: Solid Colour ( over Highlighter) – carefully apply Solid Colour over the dried Highlighter in 2-3 double header coats (as required for opacity), allowing flash off time between, and changing direction for each pass. This achieves even and consistent opacity for the backing coat.

If applicable, ensure deep valleys and sharp peaks common to textured glass are covered sufficiently. Some colours may require extra coats to ensure opacity. Allow to dry or bake according to the Date Sheet (see BAKING).

1045 Metalglaze Metallic and 1049 AutoColour Metallic

STEP 1: 1045 & 1049 – carefully apply the Metallics in 2-3 double header cross coats, allowing flash off time between the coats and changing direction for each pass. MetalGlaze and AutoColour offer high coverage, however certain colours may require a backing coat to achieve true opacity. A consistent and even application technique should be employed to achieve a reliable result.

STEP 2: With Metalglaze & AutoColor  a backing coat is required if Silicone sealant is used directly against the Metallic’s. The backing coat is needed to protect the Metal from reacting with the silicone and creating a dark staining. Solid Colour – 1040 Glaze Gray (SG040) or Black should be used used as a backing coat to protect or to achieve opacity.

Allow to dry or bake according to the Data Sheet (see BAKING).

Further Notes On Application

Consistency within and between jobs is important for repeatable work. Spray equipment and settings should remain the same; mixing, thinning and number of coats should remain constant; and it is preferable that the same spray technique be used.

Careful planning of all jobs should be carried our with the utmost care to ensure to consistent repeatable finish is obtained. Because of the possible variables involved in applying 1045 and 1049, reproducing the metallic colours, it is recommended that enough material is purchased for the entire job at one time (allowing for any additions) and boxing multiple cans prior to use.

Touching up is also not recommended for 1042, 1045 or 1049.

1040 Series and Pearlglaze IS NOT RECOMMENDED for any application that includes submersion in water.

Baking

Allow 45-60 minutes flash off time then bake at up to 60? for one to two hours.

 

 

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