Email Silver Metallic Aluminum Bronze EMEX.
Email Bronze Silver - Aluminum EMEX is a one component, professional, based on alkyd resin, bronze-aluminum paste and organic solvents, which after drying form silver-like, metallized film, resistant to light, heat and weather. It is used for the protection and final decorative coating of all surfaces or metallic elements requiring superior coating and effect. Recommended for overground items. The product can be tinted only in the basic colors of the RAL card.
- High coverage power;
- High adhesion to primed support;
- Easy application;
- Exceptional display;
- Good hardness;
- High gloss, persistent;
- Good weather resistance;
- Good resistance to aging;
- RAL base card colors.
Fields of Use:
Silver Bronze - EMEX Aluminum is intended for professional use for the protection and superior decoration of metallic parts (eg bodywork or car rims).
The product is used to cover and protect new metal surfaces, or have been painted with other compatible film products, both indoors and outdoors.
This type of metallic email can be used with very good results on any metal surface that requires both intense protection and a superior decorative appearance. For proper preparation of the surface, it is recommended to use mechanical cleaning and priming with EMEX Anti-corrosion Primer EMEX, preferably gray.
The product is recommended for steel and metal surfaces: pipes, pipes, containers, radiators, sheet metal, scaffolds and metal rails, grilles, parapets, metal furniture, metallic fixing brackets, fences, railings, gates, beams, stands and metal awnings, etc.
Dilution will be done with EMEX Alkyd Diluent, at the percentages recommended in the Technical Data Sheet.
The product has superior gloss but, in order to obtain a special aesthetic effect, it can be glossed with the EMEX Lacquer.
It is recommended for the protection of overhead construction elements.
Not recommended for new galvanized or stainless steel sheet.
Technical Data Sheet: http://www.emex.ro/Doc/Email-Argintiu-Bronz-Aluminiu.pdf