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SOCOGLAZE ENAMEL GLOSS FEDERAL GRAY AEROSOL

$27.50/Spray Can
Part# 09-00915
MFR Model# PTI-EN-16251-A

Overview

**NOTE: Polyurethane and epoxy based paints require catalyst to cure which is not included. Order accordingly from "Accessories" tab. Enamel and waterborne polyurethane paints do NOT require catalyst.**

Certification paperwork must be requested at time of order. If certs are required with purchase, please contact us by clicking here or calling sales.

Products Techniques, Inc. manufactures its Specialty Polyurethane, Enamel, Epoxy and Waterborne Polyurethane Top Coats available in gloss, semi gloss and flat in our standard colors as well as the 595C Federal Color Standard. Also PTI will custom color match to your specifications upon request. To request a custom color match please fill out the custom request form (click here) and email it to PTI@ptipaint.com.

Waterborne Polyurethane and Enamel top coats are available in aerosols, quarts and gallons. The two component Polyurethane and Epoxy top coats are available in quart kits and gallon kits. In addition, PTI will provide an aerosol kit for any of its two component Polyurethane and Epoxy top coats. The two component aerosol kit comes with a pump to add the catalyst prior to use. PTI will also provide material in smaller or large quantities than what is reflected on this page upon request.

All of the coatings offered through Aircraft Spruce have been formulate to meet and exceed military, aviation and aerospace industry standards. Please refer to the Technical Data for each top coat to review product descriptions, mixing instructions, application instructions and to identify what coating will work best for your application.

Before ordering solvents, reducers or primers please refer to the:
PTI Touch Up Paint Kits
Over many years, weather and UV rays degrade the gloss and condition of the original paints and coatings on your aircraft. Therefore it is best to match your Touch-Up Kit to the existing paint, as it is. We now offer small quantity touch up kits to fix minor imperfections to the paint job. Please click here for more information and to order a touch up kit.

Color Chart
17925
17886
17178
17100
17043
17038
16555
Insignia
White
Juneau
White
Nevada
Silver
Christen Eagle
Purple

Reno
Gold

Dakota
Black
Daytona
White
16492
16357
16314
16251
16099
15526
15182
Glacier
White
Polar
Gray
Rancho
Silver

Federal
Gray

AG
Gray

Lakeland
Blue

Piper Trainer
Blue
15180
15102
15056
15052
15044
14193
14110
Bahama
Blue
An
Blue
Christen Eagle
Blue
Twilight
Blue

Insignia
Blue

Cuby
Trainer Green

Everglades
Green

14090
14084
14079
14064
14062
14036
13690
Lawn
Green
Olive Drab
Green
Oak
Green
Federal
Green
Portland
Green
Forest
Green

Sun Valley
Ivory

13655
13637
13591
13578
13538
13523
13507
Federal
Yellow
DLockhaven
Yellow

Lemon
Yellow

Diana
Cream
Cub
Yellow

Tuscon
Cream

J3 OEM
Yellow
13432
13415
13275
12246
12243
12197
11140

AG Cat
Yellow

A.C.Eagle
Yellow
Champion
Yellow
Pumpkin
Orange
Yellow/
Orange

International
Orange

Christen Eagle
Red
11136
11120
11105
11086
10324
10080
10049

Tennessee
Red

Madrid
Red
Pontiac
Red
Santa
Red
Bermuda
Tan

Elsinore
Brown

Boston
Maroon

Polyurethane

PT-799 POLYURETHANE TOPCOAT
PTI-PU SERIES

DESCRIPTION

PTI Polyurethane Series are high performance, two component polyurethane topcoats designed for exterior use onhigh performance general aviation, business jet, and commercial aircraft. This high performance coating is alsoused widely for industrial, oil & gas as well as original equipment manufacturing. PT-799 Polyurethane meets, andexceeds MIL-PRF-85285D Type I & II. These high performance coatings have excellent resistance to hydraulic jetfluid, fuel, crude oil, impact, salt and ultraviolet rays. PT-799 Polyurethane is extremely durable with excellentcolor and gloss retention.

COLORS

This coating can be provided in any color & gloss range as designated by the Federal Standard 595C. Customcolors are also available.

COATING PROPERTIES & CHARACTERISTICS

Mix Ratio, by volume 1 part Base to 1 part Catalyst
Reducer PT-1003 Type I
Recommended Dry Film Thickness 1 mil
Admixed Viscosity 12 - 15 seconds, max .4 Ford
Admixed Weight per Gallon 10.2 lbs.
Admixed Solids By Weight 65%
Theoretical Coverage 600- 800 sq. ft./gal.
Pot Life 4 hours
Coatings VOC 340 g/L

SHELF LIFE

Shelf life is only applicable for materials stored in unopened and undamaged original factory filled containers.1 year when stored between 50-85 Fahrenheit.

MIXING INSTRUCTIONS

Shake component A in a paint shaker for 5 10 minutes for optimal results.
Admix by volume:

1 Part Component A (Base)
1 Part
Component B (Catalyst)

Add the Catalyst into the Base.
Admixed material should be allowed a 15-minute induction time for best application results.

Reduce:
Use reducer PT-1003 Type II no more than 10% by volume.
  • If using PTI additives to adjust the dry and cure times of the coating, please refer to those Product DataSheets for specific instructions for admixing the material.

APPLICATION

This product can be applied using conventional air spray equipment, HVLP spray system. Please consult with a PTIrepresentative for specific equipment recommendations and settings.

  1. Make sure pots, guns, and lines are purged and cleaned.
  2. Mix both base and catalyst thoroughly and filter/strain before spray application.
    NOTE
    : It is not recommended to strain flat/matte coatings.
  3. HVLP Spray Pressure: 7-10psi. Convention Equipment Spray Pressure 15-30psi
  4. Always air-blow and tack wipe the surfaces to be painted. Aircraft should be grounded to prevent static.
  5. Best application results: apply 3 coats: 1 fog/tack coat & 2 full coats from 0.6 1 mil thickness.
  6. Do not allow more than 48 hours to pass before applying the second coat.
  7. Recommended Dry Film Thickness is 1-2 mils. Some colors may require thicker films to achieve hiding.
  8. For wet sanding or buffing of coating, wait a minimum of 13 hours but not more than 26 hours.
    NOTE: If paint is allowed to cure for more than 48 hours wet sanding and buffing is not possible.

NOTE: Application of PTI products requires the use of all OSHA approved safety equipment, including properventilation. Additionally, PTI products require the recommended temperature/humidity conditions and filmthickness ranges for optimal performance. The material, hangar, and aircraft skin temperatures should be no lowerthan 75 F / 25 C before, during and after application.

DRYING & CURING SCHEDULE

Dry times are based on the dry film thickness between 1-2 mils (25-50 microns).

Air Dry Times(75F / 25C and 50% Relative Humidity)

Unaccelerated
12-15 hours

Accelerated (Using PTI PolyKick)
30 minutes 1 hour (see PolyKick Data Sheet)

Recoat Time:

1 hour or tack dry. You can recoat without sanding up to 72 hours after application.
Full chemical cure requires 7 days minimum.

Force Dry Times
: 15 minutes at 225F. Full chemical cure requires 2 hours at 225F after the coating has dried hard.

EQUIPMENT CLEANUP

Use clean PT-1003 Type I Reducer. Do not allow material to dry or cure inside any equipment.

WET SANDING AND BUFFING RUNS AND/OR DRIPS

This coating will dry to an extremely hard but flexible finish. However, it can be wet sanded and buffed. For the best results wait a minimum of 13 hours but no more than 26 hours before wet sanding and buffing. PTI recommends that you use 600 grit wet sandpaper. If the paint cures for more than 48 hours wet sanding and buffing is not possible. If you are using the PTI additives "NO POP" or "NO PEEL" to slow the curing time, add four hours to the above times (a minimum of 17 hours but not longer than 30 hours). If you are using "PolyKick" to accelerate the dry time of this product, wet sanding

HEALTH, SAFETY, & STORAGE REQUIREMENTS

Refer to each individual material SDS (Safety Data Sheet) for specific requirements on the health, safety, storage
and handling requirements. Follow all local, state, and national regulations during surface preparation, material application and cleanup.

PRODUCT INFORMATION & DISCLAIMER

Product Data Sheets are periodically updated to reflect new information. It is important to use the latest and most
recent revision for the product being used. The foregoing information is accurate to the best of our knowledge. However, due to differences in customer handling, use and method of application which are not known and are beyond our control, Products Techniques, Inc. makes no warranties as to the end result.

Enamel

Enamel Topcoat
PTI Enamel Series

DESCRIPTION

PTI Enamels are high performance, single component enamel topcoats designed for interior or exterior use on high performance general aviation, business jet, and commercial aircraft. PTI Enamel meets, and exceeds TT-E-489G.These high performance coatings can be applied over wood, composite or metal surfaces. This product is available in bulk or in an aerosol can.

COLORS

This coating can be provided in any color & gloss range as designated by the Federal Standard 595C. Custom colors are also available.

COATING PROPERTIES & CHARACTERISTICS

Flash Point 45F
Reducer PTI-1022X66, PTI-1003 TYIII or Acetone
Primer PTI Zinc Chromate Primer, Zinc Phosphate Primer or Zinc Oxide Primers
Recommended Dry Film Thickness 1 mil
Weight (lbs per gallon) 10 to 11 lbs
Theoretical Coverage 350-400 sq. ft./gallon
Coatings VOC Below 420 g/L

SHELF LIFE

Shelf life is only applicable for materials stored in unopened and undamaged original factory filled containers. 1 year when stored between 50-85 Fahrenheit.

MIXING INSTRUCTIONS

Shake component A in a paint shaker for 5 10 minutes for optimal results.

Reduce:
Use reducer PTI-1022X66, PTI-1003 TYIII or Acetone Thinner.

  • If Spraying: Thin 8 parts enamel with 1 part thinner.
  • If Brushing: Thin 8 parts enamel with up to, but not more than 1 part thinner.

APPLICATION

This product can be applied by brushing on or using conventional air spray equipment, HVLP, Apollo Spray system. Please consult with a PTI representative for specific equipment recommendations and settings.

  1. Make sure pots, guns, and lines are purged and cleaned.
  2. Mix both base and thinner thoroughly and filter/strain before spray application.
    NOTE
    : It is not recommended to strain flat/matte coatings.
  3. HVLP Spray Pressure: 7-10psi
  4. Always air-blow and tack wipe the surfaces to be painted. Aircraft should be grounded to prevent static.
  5. Best application results: apply 2 coats: 1 fog/tack coat & 1 full coats from 0.6 1 mil thickness.
  6. Do not allow more than 48 hours to pass before applying the second coat.
  7. Recommended Dry Film Thickness is 1-2 mils. Some colors may require thicker films to achieve hiding.
NOTE: Application of PTI products requires the use of all OSHA approved safety equipment, including proper ventilation. Additionally, PTI products require the recommended temperature/humidity conditions and film thickness ranges for optimal performance. The material, hangar, and aircraft skin temperatures should be no lower than 75F / 25 C before, during and after application.

DRYING & CURING SCHEDULE

Dry times are based on the dry film thickness between 1-2 mils (25-50 microns).
Air Dry Times (75F / 25C and 50% Relative Humidity)
Dries to touch in 1-2 hours; dries hard in 8-10 hours.

EQUIPMENT CLEANUP

Use clean PT-1022X66 Thinner. Do not allow material to dry or cure inside any equipment.

HEALTH, SAFETY, & STORAGE REQUIREMENTS

Refer to each individual material SDS (Safety Data Sheet) for specific requirements on the health, safety, storage and handling requirements. Follow all local, state, and national regulations during surface preparation, material application and cleanup.

PRODUCT INFORMATION & DISCLAIMER

Product Data Sheets are periodically updated to reflect new information. It is important to use the latest and most recent revision for the product being used. The foregoing information is accurate to the best of our knowledge. However, due to differences in customer handling, use and method of application which are not known and are beyond our control, Products Techniques, Inc. makes no warranties as to the end result.

Epoxy Topcoat

LOW VOC EPOXY TOPCOAT
PTI-EP SERIES

DESCRIPTION

PTI Epoxy Series are high performance, two component catalyst cure epoxy topcoats designed for interior andexterior use on high performance aviation/aerospace, industrial, and marine applications. PTI Epoxy meets, andexceeds MIL-PRF-22750E&F Type I as well as BMS 10-11V Type II. This high performance coating providesultimate protection. These epoxy topcoats provide a high quality finish to metal, wood and most other materialscapable of being coated and offer excellent chemical resistance properties.

COLORS

This coating can be provided in any color & gloss range as designated by the Federal Standard 595C. Customcolors are also available.

COATING PROPERTIES & CHARACTERISTICS

Mix Ratio, by volume 2 parts Base to 1 part Catalyst

Reducer PT-1003 Type II
Recommended Dry Film Thickness 1 to 2 mils
Admixed Viscosity 17 seconds, max #4 Ford

Admixed Weight per Gallon 8.45 lbs.
Admixed Solids By Weight 67%
Theoretical Coverage Per Gallon 600 square ft. at 1 mil thickness
Pot Life 4-6 hours
Coatings VOC 340 g/L

SHELF LIFE

Shelf life is only applicable for materials stored in unopened and undamaged original factory filled containers.1 year when stored between 50-85 Fahrenheit.

MIXING INSTRUCTIONS

Shake component A in a paint shaker for 5 10 minutes for optimal results.
Admix by volume:

2 Part Component A (Base)
1 Part
Component B (Catalyst)
Add the Catalyst into the Base.
Admixed material should be allowed a 15-minute induction time for best application results.

Reduce:
Use reducer PT-1003 Type II no more than 10% by volume.

APPLICATION

This product can be applied by brushing, rolling or using conventional air spray equipment, HVLP spray system. Please consult with a PTI representative for specific equipment recommendations and settings.

  1. Make sure pots, guns, and lines are purged and cleaned.
  2. Mix both base and catalyst thoroughly and filter/strain before spray application.
    NOTE
    : It is not recommended to strain flat/matte coatings.
  3. HVLP Spray Pressure: 7-10psi. Conventional Spray Pressure 15-30psi
  4. Always air-blow and tack wipe the surfaces to be painted. Aircraft should be grounded to prevent static.
  5. Best application results: apply 3 coats: 1 fog/tack coat & 2 full coats from 0.6 1 mil thickness.
  6. Do not allow more than 48 hours to pass before applying the second coat.
  7. Recommended Dry Film Thickness is 1-2 mils. Some colors may require thicker films to achieve hiding.
  8. For wet sanding or buffing of coating, wait a minimum of 13 hours but not more than 26 hours.
    NOTE: If paint is allowed to cure for more than 48 hours wet sanding and buffing is not possible.
NOTE: Application of PTI products requires the use of all OSHA approved safety equipment, including proper
ventilation. Additionally, PTI products require the recommended temperature/humidity conditions and film
thickness ranges for optimal performance. The material, hangar, and aircraft skin temperatures should be no lower than 75F / 25 C before, during and after application.

DRYING & CURING SCHEDULE

Dry times are based on the dry film thickness between 1-2 mils (25-50 microns).

Air Dry Times
(75F / 25C and 50% Relative Humidity)
Set to touch:
4 hours
Dry hard:
8 hours
Full chemical: 7 days minimum

Force Dry Times
: MUST AIR DRY FOR AT LEAST 15 MINUTES.
Dry hard:
2 hours at 150F.
Full chemical: After dry hard 2 hours at 225F

EQUIPMENT CLEANUP

Use clean PT-1003 Type II Reducer. Do not allow material to dry or cure inside any equipment.

HEALTH, SAFETY, & STORAGE REQUIREMENTS

Refer to each individual material SDS (Safety Data Sheet) for specific requirements on the health, safety, storage and handling requirements. Follow all local, state, and national regulations during surface preparation, material application and cleanup.

PRODUCT INFORMATION & DISCLAIMER

Product Data Sheets are periodically updated to reflect new information. It is important to use the latest and most recent revision for the product being used. The foregoing information is accurate to the best of our knowledge. However, due to differences in customer handling, use and method of application which are not known and are beyond our control, Products Techniques, Inc. makes no warranties as to the end result.

Waterborne Poly

WATER BORNE POLYURETHANE TOPCOAT
PTI-WBP SERIES

DESCRIPTION

PTI Water Borne Polyurethane is a high performance, single component topcoat designed for interior or exterioruse on high performance general aviation, business jet, and commercial aircraft. PTI Waterborne Polyurethane is anexcellent coating to apply over both metal and composite substrates. This product is available in bulk and aerosol

COLORS

This coating can be provided in any color & gloss range as designated by the Federal Standard 595C. Customcolors are also available.

COATING PROPERTIES & CHARACTERISTICS

Flash Point

76F

Reducer

Distilled Water

Primer

PTI-WREP

Recommended Dry Film Thickness

1 mil

Weight (lbs per gallon)

9 to 11 lbs

Theoretical Coverage

350-400 sq. ft./gallon

Coatings VOC

Below 70 g/L

SHELF LIFE

Shelf life is only applicable for materials stored in unopened and undamaged original factory filled containers.1 year when stored between 50-85 Fahrenheit.

MIXING INSTRUCTIONS

Shake component A in a paint shaker for 5 10 minutes for optimal results.

Reduce:
Use distilled water to thin this product.

If Spraying: Thin 10 parts paint with 1 part water.
If Brushing:
DO NOT THIN.

APPLICATION

This product can be applied by brushing on or using conventional air spray equipment, HVLP, Apollo Spray system.Please consult with a PTI representative for specific equipment recommendations and settings.

  1. Make sure pots, guns, and lines are purged and cleaned.
  2. Mix both paint and water thoroughly and filter/strain before spray application.
    NOTE
    : It is not recommended to strain flat/matte coatings.
  3. HVLP Spray Pressure: 7-10psi
  4. Always air-blow and tack wipe the surfaces to be painted. Aircraft should be grounded to prevent static.
  5. Best application results: apply 2 coats: 1 fog/tack coat & 1 full coats from 0.6 1 mil thickness.
  6. Do not allow more than 12 hours to pass before applying the second coat.
  7. Recommended Dry Film Thickness is 1-2 mils. Some colors may require thicker films to achieve hiding.

NOTE: Application of PTI products requires the use of all OSHA approved safety equipment, including properventilation. Additionally, PTI products require the recommended temperature/humidity conditions and filmthickness ranges for optimal performance. The material, hangar, and aircraft skin temperatures should be no lowerthan 75 F / 25 C before, during and after application.

DRYING & CURING SCHEDULE

Dry times are based on the dry film thickness between 1-2 mils (25-50 microns).

Air Dry Times(75F / 25C and 50% Relative Humidity)

Dries hard in 40 minutes; full cure in 24 hours..

Force Dry Times
: 15 minutes at 225F. Full chemical cure requires 2 hours at 225F after the coating has dried hard.

EQUIPMENT CLEANUP

Use clean water. Do not allow material to dry or cure inside any equipment.

HEALTH, SAFETY, & STORAGE REQUIREMENTS

Refer to each individual material SDS (Safety Data Sheet) for specific requirements on the health, safety, storageand handling requirements. Follow all local, state, and national regulations during surface preparation, materialapplication and cleanup.

PRODUCT INFORMATION & DISCLAIMER

Product Data Sheets are periodically updated to reflect new information. It is important to use the latest and mostrecent revision for the product being used. The foregoing information is accurate to the best of our knowledge.However, due to differences in customer handling, use and method of application which are not known and arebeyond our control, Products Techniques, Inc. makes no warranties as to the end result.

Reviews

There has been reviews stating this paint did not dry hard after 48 hours. For me the paint dried hard on my first check after 16 hours. It may have been dry prior to that. It worked very well and provided a smooth glossy surface. I was surprised how smooth and glossy it dried.

Jon C
September 7, 2020

This review covers PT-799: Excellent erosion and solvent resistance. Weve found this coating to also be suitable for application over flexible surfaces such as moulded foam rubber, without exhibiting surface cracking when deformed. Id agree with the reviewer that stated that insignia white was slightly cream colored, however I think youd only notice the difference if comparing to a pure TiO2 white. Without a true white reference, it appears about as white as your eyes can discern.

Eric E
January 2, 2019

Great product, just want to mention, they tell you the lead time is 2 weeks, when I ordered it, it took a month.

Steven S
January 21, 2016

Agree with Darren R, drying time way to long. 48 hrs still tacky in 95° temperatures! Brought job into A/C & another 24 to dry. Was still soft for another 48+ hrs. Have used PTI for wing tips several years ago without any problems . Then dried hard over night. Pre 2005 paint dried faster. Consulted paint expert says rattle canss dont have enough hardener in the paint so it will take longer drying and hardening time. He recommended another mfg. product their paint shop uses.

Mark
July 13, 2020

Plastic lid on can was damaged in shipment. Paint OK The green paper packaging instead of plastic pellets is resulting in shipping damage on all your paint products in cans.

Wheelock E
February 21, 2020

This is advertised as their brightest white. Upon delivery and test spray, it was almost a cream color. Couldnt even call it a shade of white, let alone their brightest. The can is stamped Insignia, but I wonder if they filled it with another color by mistake. I emailed the manufacturer and aircraft spruce both. Only spruce got back to me and said Insignia is typically the whitest bright offered, but it can vary by manufacturers. Still waiting on a response from PTI. I guess no one has heard of Matterhorn White. Unimpressed.

Nick
July 23, 2018

I had a bad experience with the PTI Enamel paint. The drying times are not even close to what they say -the paint took nearly 3 times longer to dry. The paint was soft even weeks later. Very disappointed with the quality of this paint.

Darren R
May 17, 2020

Followed directions for epoxy topcoat exactly and got lousy results. For flat paint they recommend you dont strain it--ignore that unless you want little particles. Also ignore the pressure they state for HVLP guns--7-10 psi is *way* too low. After experimenting I got tolerable results with ~20 psi, but the coverage is poor to fair (this paint is very thin/watery) and the finish isnt flat, its satin at best. I had much better results with Stewart Systems, so Ill be going back to them from now on.

Evan W
May 1, 2018

#1 color does not match chart #2 Nozzle stopped up the first pass One big mess of work piece Need to buy cans use spay gun Price to High for what you getting

Roy H
December 28, 2020

Q&A

Please note, Aircraft Spruce's personnel are not certified aircraft mechanics and can only provide general support and ideas, which should not be relied upon or implemented in lieu of consulting an A&P or other qualified technician. Aircraft Spruce assumes no responsibility or liability for any issue or problem which may arise from any repair, modification or other work done from this knowledge base. Any product eligibility information provided here is based on general application guides and we recommend always referring to your specific aircraft parts manual, the parts manufacturer or consulting with a qualified mechanic.

Q: Regarding PTI Specialty Topcoats: Does the quart kit produce a quantity of one quart or two?

It depends on the material. For the polyurethane, since it needs the catalyst, a one quart kit yields 2 quarts of material. For the waterborne and enamel products, a one quart kit will yield one quart of material.

Q: What type of protective mask should I use with waterbase polyurethane? I am buying an airplane with excellent Imron paint. I do not like the stripping. I do not plan to repaint the whole airplane but just sand the stripe and paint over different color and design. What should I use?

You would need to use a dust/mist respirator protective mask with the use of waterborne polyurethane.

Q: Are PTI top coats compatible with akzo nobel products fluid resistant epoxy primer, base 10p4-2nf and ec-117s curing solution?

Our topcoats are compatible with that primer and most any other primer. However, for best results we recommend you use our epoxy primer as it is specifically formulated to work with our topcoats.

Q: In your chart of recommended quantities on the Frequently Asked Questions page, do the quantities include both the paint and the catalyst or just the paint? ie does the recommendation for small planes for 3-4 gallons of primer mean a total 6-8 gallons of product ( 3-4 Gallons of each) or is 3-4 the total amount of product needed?

The quantities in the frequently asked questions does include the catalyst. So 3 to 4 gallons of mixed paint.

Q: What product would you recommend to paint the wing leading edge? How many bottles would you recommend and what sizes? Is primer needed? The leading edges have exposed aluminum.

The paint that you would want to use is the Polyurethane. As for the amount, you need we would need to know the size of the area you are trying to paint. 1 gallon (128 oz per gallon) of the polyurethane should cover 600 sq ft at 1 mil thickness. Also, if you are covering bare aluminum you will need to first prime the surface with our epoxy primer.

Q: Is the Polyurethane top coat impervious or resistant to MEK based adhesives? I intend to coat a steel tube airframe to be covered with fabric using Poly Tack adhesive.

Yes you can use adhesives with MEK in them on the Polyurethane topcoat. Please wait two weeks before doing so. Even when polyurethanes and even epoxies for that matter dry hard it does not mean they are fully cured. To have peak chemical resistance the coating must be cured.

Q: I plan to paint my small plane red with white trim. I am planning on painting the interior white as well. I would like to use the same type of paint, is it recommended to use Epoxy or Poly. I know the Epoxy will yellow, but is the Poly tough enough for the interior?

It is always best to discuss paint types with a professional painter, but polyurethane is commonly used for both exterior and interior applications.

Q: Does the Quart Epoxy topcoat kit come with 1 quart paint and 2 quarts of catalyst?

It is 2 parts. One part paint, one part catalyst.

Q: Can I add No Pop and No Peel together when using the PTI Polyurethane paint?

Yes, you can use both, but it recommended to use the minimum allowed amount of each product.

Q: In the overview it states, Overview **NOTE: Polyurethane and epoxy based paints require catalyst to cure. The mix ratio is 1:1. Then in the section under Epoxy the description states, COATING PROPERTIES & CHARACTERISTICS Mix Ratio, by volume 2 parts Base to 1 part Catalyst. Which is correct? It is not very clear which products require purchasing the catalyst separately. How do I know? Specifically, does the catalyst for Epoxy topcoat have to be purchased separately?

The mix ratio is indeed a 1:1 for polyurethane. Polyurethane and epoxy prop coat require catalyst. We have fixed our note in overview to only reference the catalyst requirement. The mix ratios for each type are defined further down the page now.