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Application Characteristics Film Thickness


Topside Color


Physical Properties Specular Gloss Pencil Hardness


Solvent Resistance Cross-Hatch Adhesion Impact Resistance T-Bend Adhesion


Testing Data Humidity Resistance


Cleveland Condensing Water Immersion Resistance Salt Spray Resistance Chemical Resistance Kesternich Test Accelerated Weathering Exterior Weathering


Abrasion Resistance Flame Spread Rating


Topside fi nish: Primer (dry) = 0.20 – 0.30 mils; Topcoat (dry) = 0.70 – 0.80 mils; Reverse side fi nish: Primer (dry) = 0.15 – 0.25 mils; Pigmented backer (dry) = 0.30 – 0.40 mils. Total DFT for system = 0.90 – 1.10 mils. All measurements per ASTM D 5796.


Controlled to the Master Standard by an approved Color Difference Meter or Spectrophotometer, and by visual match under daylight and horizon light of a Macbeth Daylight Booth per ASTM D 1729.


25% - 35%. Determined per ASTM D 523 at a glossmeter angle of 60°. Minimum pencil hardness, per ASTM D 3363, is “HB”.


Passes minimum of 100 double rubs of a MEK soaked cloth, per ASTM D 5402.


No paint removal with Scotch #610 cellophane tape after cross-scoring with eleven horizontal and eleven vertical lines 1 mm apart, per ASTM D 3359.


No visible paint removal with Scotch #610 cellophane tape after direct and reverse impact of 80-inch pounds, using 5/8” steel ball on a Gardner Impact Tester, per ASTM D 2794.


Per ASTM D 4145, no loss of adhesion when taped with Scotch #610 cellophane tape when subjected to a 2T-Bend.


No blistering, cracking, peeling, loss of gloss or softening of the fi nish after 2000 hours (HDG, Galvalume) or 3000 hours (Aluminum) of exposure to 100% humidity at 100°F ± 5°F, per ASTM D 2247.


No blistering, rusting or loss of adhesion of the fi nish after 1500 hours (HDG, Galvalume) or 3000 hours (Aluminum) of exposure at 120°F, per ASTM D 4585.


Samples immersed in distilled water at 100°F per ASTM D 870 will exhibit no loss of gloss, blistering, cracking or color change after 500 hours.


Samples diagonally scored and subjected to 5% neutral salt spray for 1000 hours (HDG, Galvalume) or 3000 hours (Aluminum), per ASTM B 117, then taped 1 hour after removal from the test cabinet with Scotch #610 cellophane tape, exhibit no blistering, no loss of adhesion and scribe creep no greater than 1/8”.


No signifi cant color change after 24 hours exposure to 10% solutions of hydrochloric and sulfuric acids, per ASTM D 1308, Procedure 7.2 (spot test).


No signifi cant color change after 10 cycles in a SO2 chamber, per ASTM G 87.


5 Hunter ∆E maximum color change, and at least #8 chalk rating after 10,000 hours exposure, per ASTM G 151 and G 154 using UVA-340 bulbs.


Florida exposure (45º South), 5 Hunter ∆E maximum color change, per ASTM D 2244, and at least #8 chalk rating, per ASTM D 4214, Method A, after 20 years real-time exposure.


Per ASTM D 968, Method A, TRINAR passes 65 +/- 5 liters minimum of falling sand. TRINAR displays a fl ame spread classifi cation of A (Class 1) when tested in accordance with ASTM E 84.


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