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SUPERFLITE ENGINE ENAMEL PAINT - QUART

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Overview

Superflite engine enamels are fast-drying enamels developed specifically for air-cooled aircraft engines used in light duty aviation industries. The Superflite enamels feature superior adhesion, heat resistance, and a gloss finish.

Attention: The current Continental engine color is more Silver than Gold.

Cure Schedule:
  • Dry to touch: 15 minutes
  • Dry to handle: 60 minutes
  • Dry through: 24 hours
  • To recoat: Before 60 minutes
    or after 72 hours

Specifications

  • Adhesion: 100% after 72 hours to most substrates
  • Flash Point: 80 degree F - 100 degree F
  • VOC Content: 4.0 lbs
  • Storage Temperature: Minimum 20 degree F, Max 100 degree F
  • Shelf Life: 12 months at recommended storage temperatures
  • Heat Resistance: Up to 400 degree F.

Benefits

  • Topcoat - Air dry or low temperature cure
  • For use on bare metal or painted surfaces

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Q: What thinner is used for this paint?

Thin with enamel reducer. We offer enamel reducer in quarts, p/n 257-QT, or gallons, p/n 257-1G.

Q: Can Superflite Engine Enamel be used for external parts only or internal as well?

This enamel can be used for both external and internal parts.

Q: As high heat paint, what temperature will this Superflite Engine Enamel tolerate once dry?

The Superflite engine enamel will withstand temperatures up to 400 degrees fahrenheit.

Q: What kind of reducer (thinner) is to be used with the SF2000-1 enamel?

When spraying, you can thin 10-15%, per volume, with enamel reducer.

Q: Does this paint typically require thinning - if yes, what product is recommended?

When spraying, you can thin 10-15%, per volume, with enamel reducer.

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