Sherwin-Williams® CM0571080 ACRY GLO® Clear Coat High-Solids Acrylic Urethane Paint - Gallon Can

Our Part #: SGP105228
Manufacture Part #: CM0571080GA
Our Price: $234.74 (Gallon)

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This high performance, multi-component acrylic urethane is designed for use on aircraft. This product is intended to clear coat Acry Glo® Metallic and solid color base coats.

Approvals/References/Specs

  • Hartzell Propeller Part Number: A-6741-290
  • Product Attributes

    Country of Origin
    United States
    Size
    Gallon
    Shipping Weight
    5 pounds
    ECCN
    EAR99
    Color Family
    Clear
    Manufacturer P/N
    CM0571080
    Schedule B Code
    3208.20.0000
    Pack Quantity
    1
    Ship Dimensions
    8 x 8 x 8 inches
    Size
    Gallon Can
    Color
    Clear

    Other Part Numbers

    Hartzell PN/Spec#
    A-6741-290
    Alternate PN#s
    A-6741-290

    Features

  • Exhibits outstanding gloss and gloss retention upon weathering.
  • Excellent Distinctness of Image (DOI).
  • Provides durability and a smooth finish to Acry Glo Metallic finishes.
  • Quick Drying.
  • High Resistance to Chipping.
  • Free of lead and chromate hazards.
  • Good Buffing Characteristics.
  • Corrosion and chemical resistance.
    Coating Properties Base Component Admixed
    Solids
    By weight
    By volume

    43.5 – 47.5%
    37.5 – 41.5%

    45.2 – 48.2%
    38.9 - 41.9%
    Wt./Gal. 8.0 – 8.6 lbs. 8.1 – 8.5 lbs.
    Sp. Gravity 0.958 – 1.03 0.971 – 1.02

    Coating Properties
    Viscosity (Sprayable)
    Gardner Signature #2 Zahn Cup
    ISO 2431 3mm Cup – Sheen

    16-18 seconds
    45-80 seconds
    Admixed V.O.C. (3:1)
    U.S. Exempt Solvent
    Non-Exempt Solvent

    <4.4 lbs./gal (526 g/L)
    <4.4 lbs./gal (526 g/L)
    Useable Pot Life @ 77°F/25°C 2 hours
    Gloss
    60 degree
    20 degree

    90+ units
    80+ units
    Theoretical Coverage
    Per dry mil
    Per 25 microns

    650 sq. ft.2/gal.
    16.0 m2/L
    Dry Film Weight
    Per dry mil
    Per 25 microns

    0.0060 lbs./ft.2
    29 g/m2

    Application Instructions

    Shelf Life

    Shelf Life is applicable only for materials stored in unopened and undamaged original factory filled containers.

    Minimum Storage Temp: 40ºF / 4ºC
    Maximum Storage Temp: 100ºF / 37ºC

    CM0571080: 3 years
    CM0571081: 2 years
    Aerosol Touch–Up Kits: 1 year (Cool, Dry Storage Required.)

    Surface Preparation

    CM0571080 Acry Glo Clear should be applied over an Acry Glo metallic or solid color base coat. The clear coat can be applied in as soon as one hour, but no later than 24 hours after application of the color. If applying the Clearcoat to a solid color basecoat after 24 hours, the surface should be abraded. Abrading a metallic basecoat is not recommended, so therefore clear coating must be completed within 24 hours.

    Mixing Instructions

    Stir the CM0571080 for 5 minutes before admixing.

    Admix by Volume:
    3 Parts Acry Glo Clear CM0571080
    1 Part Acry Glo Hardener CM0571081

    Admixed product should be allowed a 15-minute induction time for optimum application performance.

    Reduce to desired application viscosity with approximately 10-25% thinner.

    When the relative humidity exceeds 65%, it is recommended to replace 25% of the thinner blend with urethane grade MEK (CM0110308).

    It is recommended to strain admixed paint before placing material in containers for spraying.

    Application

    This product can be applied using conventional air spray equipment, HVLP, Graco Pro 4500 air electrostatic, or Graco Pro 4500 air assisted airless electrostatic. Please consult your Sherwin-Williams representative for specific equipment settings.

    1. Make sure pots, guns, and lines are purged and cleaned.
    2. Mix thoroughly and filter strain before spray applying.
    3. Spray atomizing pressure: 50-60 psi (3.45-4.15 bar)
      Pot pressure: 10-12 psi (0.69 – 0.83 bar) using a 60’ fluid hose (3/8” diameter)
      Delivery Rate: 8-10 fluid oz (236-295 mL) per minute
    4. Always air-blow and tack-wipe the surfaces to be painted. Assure that the aircraft is properly grounded for potential static buildup.
    5. Best application results are obtained by applying as a twocoat procedure. First apply a medium wet coat, allow a 30-45 minute “tack-off” period, followed by a second full wet coat. A third coat may be necessary on larger areas or if buffing the clear is included in the detail process.
    6. If the dry time between coats exceeds 24 hours, the surface should be thoroughly abraded.
    7. Recommended dry film thickness is 2-3 mils (50-75 microns).

    NOTE: Application of these product systems requires recommended temperature / humidity conditions and film thickness ranges. The material, hangar, and aircraft skin temperature should be no lower than 55ºF / 13ºC before, during, and after application.

    Drying Schedule

    Dry times are based on the dry film thickness of 2-3 mils (50-75 microns).

    Air Dry Times (75°F / 25°C and 50% RH)
    Tack Free: 3-4 Hours
    To Tape: 8-10 Hours

    Recoat Time (maximum): 24 Hours

    NOTE: Lower temperatures, heavy film thickness, improper activator range selection and poor air movement will extend the dry time.

    Equipment Cleanup

    Use clean Ketone–type solvents such as CM0110308 MEK. Do not allow material to cure inside equipment.

  • Description

    This high performance, multi-component acrylic urethane is designed for use on aircraft. This product is intended to clear coat Acry Glo® Metallic and solid color base coats.

    Approvals/References/Specs

  • Hartzell Propeller Part Number: A-6741-290
  • Product Attributes

    Country of Origin
    United States
    Size
    Gallon
    Shipping Weight
    5 pounds
    ECCN
    EAR99
    Color Family
    Clear
    Manufacturer P/N
    CM0571080
    Schedule B Code
    3208.20.0000
    Pack Quantity
    1
    Ship Dimensions
    8 x 8 x 8 inches
    Size
    Gallon Can
    Color
    Clear

    Other Part Numbers

    Hartzell PN/Spec#
    A-6741-290
    Alternate PN#s
    A-6741-290

    Features

  • Exhibits outstanding gloss and gloss retention upon weathering.
  • Excellent Distinctness of Image (DOI).
  • Provides durability and a smooth finish to Acry Glo Metallic finishes.
  • Quick Drying.
  • High Resistance to Chipping.
  • Free of lead and chromate hazards.
  • Good Buffing Characteristics.
  • Corrosion and chemical resistance.
    Coating Properties Base Component Admixed
    Solids
    By weight
    By volume

    43.5 – 47.5%
    37.5 – 41.5%

    45.2 – 48.2%
    38.9 - 41.9%
    Wt./Gal. 8.0 – 8.6 lbs. 8.1 – 8.5 lbs.
    Sp. Gravity 0.958 – 1.03 0.971 – 1.02

    Coating Properties
    Viscosity (Sprayable)
    Gardner Signature #2 Zahn Cup
    ISO 2431 3mm Cup – Sheen

    16-18 seconds
    45-80 seconds
    Admixed V.O.C. (3:1)
    U.S. Exempt Solvent
    Non-Exempt Solvent

    <4.4 lbs./gal (526 g/L)
    <4.4 lbs./gal (526 g/L)
    Useable Pot Life @ 77°F/25°C 2 hours
    Gloss
    60 degree
    20 degree

    90+ units
    80+ units
    Theoretical Coverage
    Per dry mil
    Per 25 microns

    650 sq. ft.2/gal.
    16.0 m2/L
    Dry Film Weight
    Per dry mil
    Per 25 microns

    0.0060 lbs./ft.2
    29 g/m2

    Application Instructions

    Shelf Life

    Shelf Life is applicable only for materials stored in unopened and undamaged original factory filled containers.

    Minimum Storage Temp: 40ºF / 4ºC
    Maximum Storage Temp: 100ºF / 37ºC

    CM0571080: 3 years
    CM0571081: 2 years
    Aerosol Touch–Up Kits: 1 year (Cool, Dry Storage Required.)

    Surface Preparation

    CM0571080 Acry Glo Clear should be applied over an Acry Glo metallic or solid color base coat. The clear coat can be applied in as soon as one hour, but no later than 24 hours after application of the color. If applying the Clearcoat to a solid color basecoat after 24 hours, the surface should be abraded. Abrading a metallic basecoat is not recommended, so therefore clear coating must be completed within 24 hours.

    Mixing Instructions

    Stir the CM0571080 for 5 minutes before admixing.

    Admix by Volume:
    3 Parts Acry Glo Clear CM0571080
    1 Part Acry Glo Hardener CM0571081

    Admixed product should be allowed a 15-minute induction time for optimum application performance.

    Reduce to desired application viscosity with approximately 10-25% thinner.

    When the relative humidity exceeds 65%, it is recommended to replace 25% of the thinner blend with urethane grade MEK (CM0110308).

    It is recommended to strain admixed paint before placing material in containers for spraying.

    Application

    This product can be applied using conventional air spray equipment, HVLP, Graco Pro 4500 air electrostatic, or Graco Pro 4500 air assisted airless electrostatic. Please consult your Sherwin-Williams representative for specific equipment settings.

    1. Make sure pots, guns, and lines are purged and cleaned.
    2. Mix thoroughly and filter strain before spray applying.
    3. Spray atomizing pressure: 50-60 psi (3.45-4.15 bar)
      Pot pressure: 10-12 psi (0.69 – 0.83 bar) using a 60’ fluid hose (3/8” diameter)
      Delivery Rate: 8-10 fluid oz (236-295 mL) per minute
    4. Always air-blow and tack-wipe the surfaces to be painted. Assure that the aircraft is properly grounded for potential static buildup.
    5. Best application results are obtained by applying as a twocoat procedure. First apply a medium wet coat, allow a 30-45 minute “tack-off” period, followed by a second full wet coat. A third coat may be necessary on larger areas or if buffing the clear is included in the detail process.
    6. If the dry time between coats exceeds 24 hours, the surface should be thoroughly abraded.
    7. Recommended dry film thickness is 2-3 mils (50-75 microns).

    NOTE: Application of these product systems requires recommended temperature / humidity conditions and film thickness ranges. The material, hangar, and aircraft skin temperature should be no lower than 55ºF / 13ºC before, during, and after application.

    Drying Schedule

    Dry times are based on the dry film thickness of 2-3 mils (50-75 microns).

    Air Dry Times (75°F / 25°C and 50% RH)
    Tack Free: 3-4 Hours
    To Tape: 8-10 Hours

    Recoat Time (maximum): 24 Hours

    NOTE: Lower temperatures, heavy film thickness, improper activator range selection and poor air movement will extend the dry time.

    Equipment Cleanup

    Use clean Ketone–type solvents such as CM0110308 MEK. Do not allow material to cure inside equipment.

  • Product Details

    This high performance, multi-component acrylic urethane is designed for use on aircraft. This product is intended to clear coat Acry Glo® Metallic and solid color base coats.

    Approvals/References/Specs

  • Hartzell Propeller Part Number: A-6741-290
  • Product Attributes

    Country of Origin
    United States
    Size
    Gallon
    Shipping Weight
    5 pounds
    ECCN
    EAR99
    Color Family
    Clear
    Manufacturer P/N
    CM0571080
    Schedule B Code
    3208.20.0000
    Pack Quantity
    1
    Ship Dimensions
    8 x 8 x 8 inches
    Size
    Gallon Can
    Color
    Clear

    Other Part Numbers

    Hartzell PN/Spec#
    A-6741-290
    Alternate PN#s
    A-6741-290

    Features

  • Exhibits outstanding gloss and gloss retention upon weathering.
  • Excellent Distinctness of Image (DOI).
  • Provides durability and a smooth finish to Acry Glo Metallic finishes.
  • Quick Drying.
  • High Resistance to Chipping.
  • Free of lead and chromate hazards.
  • Good Buffing Characteristics.
  • Corrosion and chemical resistance.
    Coating Properties Base Component Admixed
    Solids
    By weight
    By volume

    43.5 – 47.5%
    37.5 – 41.5%

    45.2 – 48.2%
    38.9 - 41.9%
    Wt./Gal. 8.0 – 8.6 lbs. 8.1 – 8.5 lbs.
    Sp. Gravity 0.958 – 1.03 0.971 – 1.02

    Coating Properties
    Viscosity (Sprayable)
    Gardner Signature #2 Zahn Cup
    ISO 2431 3mm Cup – Sheen

    16-18 seconds
    45-80 seconds
    Admixed V.O.C. (3:1)
    U.S. Exempt Solvent
    Non-Exempt Solvent

    <4.4 lbs./gal (526 g/L)
    <4.4 lbs./gal (526 g/L)
    Useable Pot Life @ 77°F/25°C 2 hours
    Gloss
    60 degree
    20 degree

    90+ units
    80+ units
    Theoretical Coverage
    Per dry mil
    Per 25 microns

    650 sq. ft.2/gal.
    16.0 m2/L
    Dry Film Weight
    Per dry mil
    Per 25 microns

    0.0060 lbs./ft.2
    29 g/m2

    Application Instructions

    Shelf Life

    Shelf Life is applicable only for materials stored in unopened and undamaged original factory filled containers.

    Minimum Storage Temp: 40ºF / 4ºC
    Maximum Storage Temp: 100ºF / 37ºC

    CM0571080: 3 years
    CM0571081: 2 years
    Aerosol Touch–Up Kits: 1 year (Cool, Dry Storage Required.)

    Surface Preparation

    CM0571080 Acry Glo Clear should be applied over an Acry Glo metallic or solid color base coat. The clear coat can be applied in as soon as one hour, but no later than 24 hours after application of the color. If applying the Clearcoat to a solid color basecoat after 24 hours, the surface should be abraded. Abrading a metallic basecoat is not recommended, so therefore clear coating must be completed within 24 hours.

    Mixing Instructions

    Stir the CM0571080 for 5 minutes before admixing.

    Admix by Volume:
    3 Parts Acry Glo Clear CM0571080
    1 Part Acry Glo Hardener CM0571081

    Admixed product should be allowed a 15-minute induction time for optimum application performance.

    Reduce to desired application viscosity with approximately 10-25% thinner.

    When the relative humidity exceeds 65%, it is recommended to replace 25% of the thinner blend with urethane grade MEK (CM0110308).

    It is recommended to strain admixed paint before placing material in containers for spraying.

    Application

    This product can be applied using conventional air spray equipment, HVLP, Graco Pro 4500 air electrostatic, or Graco Pro 4500 air assisted airless electrostatic. Please consult your Sherwin-Williams representative for specific equipment settings.

    1. Make sure pots, guns, and lines are purged and cleaned.
    2. Mix thoroughly and filter strain before spray applying.
    3. Spray atomizing pressure: 50-60 psi (3.45-4.15 bar)
      Pot pressure: 10-12 psi (0.69 – 0.83 bar) using a 60’ fluid hose (3/8” diameter)
      Delivery Rate: 8-10 fluid oz (236-295 mL) per minute
    4. Always air-blow and tack-wipe the surfaces to be painted. Assure that the aircraft is properly grounded for potential static buildup.
    5. Best application results are obtained by applying as a twocoat procedure. First apply a medium wet coat, allow a 30-45 minute “tack-off” period, followed by a second full wet coat. A third coat may be necessary on larger areas or if buffing the clear is included in the detail process.
    6. If the dry time between coats exceeds 24 hours, the surface should be thoroughly abraded.
    7. Recommended dry film thickness is 2-3 mils (50-75 microns).

    NOTE: Application of these product systems requires recommended temperature / humidity conditions and film thickness ranges. The material, hangar, and aircraft skin temperature should be no lower than 55ºF / 13ºC before, during, and after application.

    Drying Schedule

    Dry times are based on the dry film thickness of 2-3 mils (50-75 microns).

    Air Dry Times (75°F / 25°C and 50% RH)
    Tack Free: 3-4 Hours
    To Tape: 8-10 Hours

    Recoat Time (maximum): 24 Hours

    NOTE: Lower temperatures, heavy film thickness, improper activator range selection and poor air movement will extend the dry time.

    Equipment Cleanup

    Use clean Ketone–type solvents such as CM0110308 MEK. Do not allow material to cure inside equipment.

  • Downloads

    This high performance, multi-component acrylic urethane is designed for use on aircraft. This product is intended to clear coat Acry Glo® Metallic and solid color base coats.

    Approvals/References/Specs

  • Hartzell Propeller Part Number: A-6741-290
  • Product Attributes

    Country of Origin
    United States
    Size
    Gallon
    Shipping Weight
    5 pounds
    ECCN
    EAR99
    Color Family
    Clear
    Manufacturer P/N
    CM0571080
    Schedule B Code
    3208.20.0000
    Pack Quantity
    1
    Ship Dimensions
    8 x 8 x 8 inches
    Size
    Gallon Can
    Color
    Clear

    Other Part Numbers

    Hartzell PN/Spec#
    A-6741-290
    Alternate PN#s
    A-6741-290

    Features

  • Exhibits outstanding gloss and gloss retention upon weathering.
  • Excellent Distinctness of Image (DOI).
  • Provides durability and a smooth finish to Acry Glo Metallic finishes.
  • Quick Drying.
  • High Resistance to Chipping.
  • Free of lead and chromate hazards.
  • Good Buffing Characteristics.
  • Corrosion and chemical resistance.
    Coating Properties Base Component Admixed
    Solids
    By weight
    By volume

    43.5 – 47.5%
    37.5 – 41.5%

    45.2 – 48.2%
    38.9 - 41.9%
    Wt./Gal. 8.0 – 8.6 lbs. 8.1 – 8.5 lbs.
    Sp. Gravity 0.958 – 1.03 0.971 – 1.02

    Coating Properties
    Viscosity (Sprayable)
    Gardner Signature #2 Zahn Cup
    ISO 2431 3mm Cup – Sheen

    16-18 seconds
    45-80 seconds
    Admixed V.O.C. (3:1)
    U.S. Exempt Solvent
    Non-Exempt Solvent

    <4.4 lbs./gal (526 g/L)
    <4.4 lbs./gal (526 g/L)
    Useable Pot Life @ 77°F/25°C 2 hours
    Gloss
    60 degree
    20 degree

    90+ units
    80+ units
    Theoretical Coverage
    Per dry mil
    Per 25 microns

    650 sq. ft.2/gal.
    16.0 m2/L
    Dry Film Weight
    Per dry mil
    Per 25 microns

    0.0060 lbs./ft.2
    29 g/m2

    Application Instructions

    Shelf Life

    Shelf Life is applicable only for materials stored in unopened and undamaged original factory filled containers.

    Minimum Storage Temp: 40ºF / 4ºC
    Maximum Storage Temp: 100ºF / 37ºC

    CM0571080: 3 years
    CM0571081: 2 years
    Aerosol Touch–Up Kits: 1 year (Cool, Dry Storage Required.)

    Surface Preparation

    CM0571080 Acry Glo Clear should be applied over an Acry Glo metallic or solid color base coat. The clear coat can be applied in as soon as one hour, but no later than 24 hours after application of the color. If applying the Clearcoat to a solid color basecoat after 24 hours, the surface should be abraded. Abrading a metallic basecoat is not recommended, so therefore clear coating must be completed within 24 hours.

    Mixing Instructions

    Stir the CM0571080 for 5 minutes before admixing.

    Admix by Volume:
    3 Parts Acry Glo Clear CM0571080
    1 Part Acry Glo Hardener CM0571081

    Admixed product should be allowed a 15-minute induction time for optimum application performance.

    Reduce to desired application viscosity with approximately 10-25% thinner.

    When the relative humidity exceeds 65%, it is recommended to replace 25% of the thinner blend with urethane grade MEK (CM0110308).

    It is recommended to strain admixed paint before placing material in containers for spraying.

    Application

    This product can be applied using conventional air spray equipment, HVLP, Graco Pro 4500 air electrostatic, or Graco Pro 4500 air assisted airless electrostatic. Please consult your Sherwin-Williams representative for specific equipment settings.

    1. Make sure pots, guns, and lines are purged and cleaned.
    2. Mix thoroughly and filter strain before spray applying.
    3. Spray atomizing pressure: 50-60 psi (3.45-4.15 bar)
      Pot pressure: 10-12 psi (0.69 – 0.83 bar) using a 60’ fluid hose (3/8” diameter)
      Delivery Rate: 8-10 fluid oz (236-295 mL) per minute
    4. Always air-blow and tack-wipe the surfaces to be painted. Assure that the aircraft is properly grounded for potential static buildup.
    5. Best application results are obtained by applying as a twocoat procedure. First apply a medium wet coat, allow a 30-45 minute “tack-off” period, followed by a second full wet coat. A third coat may be necessary on larger areas or if buffing the clear is included in the detail process.
    6. If the dry time between coats exceeds 24 hours, the surface should be thoroughly abraded.
    7. Recommended dry film thickness is 2-3 mils (50-75 microns).

    NOTE: Application of these product systems requires recommended temperature / humidity conditions and film thickness ranges. The material, hangar, and aircraft skin temperature should be no lower than 55ºF / 13ºC before, during, and after application.

    Drying Schedule

    Dry times are based on the dry film thickness of 2-3 mils (50-75 microns).

    Air Dry Times (75°F / 25°C and 50% RH)
    Tack Free: 3-4 Hours
    To Tape: 8-10 Hours

    Recoat Time (maximum): 24 Hours

    NOTE: Lower temperatures, heavy film thickness, improper activator range selection and poor air movement will extend the dry time.

    Equipment Cleanup

    Use clean Ketone–type solvents such as CM0110308 MEK. Do not allow material to cure inside equipment.

  • This high performance, multi-component acrylic urethane is designed for use on aircraft. This product is intended to clear coat Acry Glo® Metallic and solid color base coats.

    Approvals/References/Specs

  • Hartzell Propeller Part Number: A-6741-290
  • Product Attributes

    Country of Origin
    United States
    Size
    Gallon
    Shipping Weight
    5 pounds
    ECCN
    EAR99
    Color Family
    Clear
    Manufacturer P/N
    CM0571080
    Schedule B Code
    3208.20.0000
    Pack Quantity
    1
    Ship Dimensions
    8 x 8 x 8 inches
    Size
    Gallon Can
    Color
    Clear

    Other Part Numbers

    Hartzell PN/Spec#
    A-6741-290
    Alternate PN#s
    A-6741-290

    Features

  • Exhibits outstanding gloss and gloss retention upon weathering.
  • Excellent Distinctness of Image (DOI).
  • Provides durability and a smooth finish to Acry Glo Metallic finishes.
  • Quick Drying.
  • High Resistance to Chipping.
  • Free of lead and chromate hazards.
  • Good Buffing Characteristics.
  • Corrosion and chemical resistance.
    Coating Properties Base Component Admixed
    Solids
    By weight
    By volume

    43.5 – 47.5%
    37.5 – 41.5%

    45.2 – 48.2%
    38.9 - 41.9%
    Wt./Gal. 8.0 – 8.6 lbs. 8.1 – 8.5 lbs.
    Sp. Gravity 0.958 – 1.03 0.971 – 1.02

    Coating Properties
    Viscosity (Sprayable)
    Gardner Signature #2 Zahn Cup
    ISO 2431 3mm Cup – Sheen

    16-18 seconds
    45-80 seconds
    Admixed V.O.C. (3:1)
    U.S. Exempt Solvent
    Non-Exempt Solvent

    <4.4 lbs./gal (526 g/L)
    <4.4 lbs./gal (526 g/L)
    Useable Pot Life @ 77°F/25°C 2 hours
    Gloss
    60 degree
    20 degree

    90+ units
    80+ units
    Theoretical Coverage
    Per dry mil
    Per 25 microns

    650 sq. ft.2/gal.
    16.0 m2/L
    Dry Film Weight
    Per dry mil
    Per 25 microns

    0.0060 lbs./ft.2
    29 g/m2

    Application Instructions

    Shelf Life

    Shelf Life is applicable only for materials stored in unopened and undamaged original factory filled containers.

    Minimum Storage Temp: 40ºF / 4ºC
    Maximum Storage Temp: 100ºF / 37ºC

    CM0571080: 3 years
    CM0571081: 2 years
    Aerosol Touch–Up Kits: 1 year (Cool, Dry Storage Required.)

    Surface Preparation

    CM0571080 Acry Glo Clear should be applied over an Acry Glo metallic or solid color base coat. The clear coat can be applied in as soon as one hour, but no later than 24 hours after application of the color. If applying the Clearcoat to a solid color basecoat after 24 hours, the surface should be abraded. Abrading a metallic basecoat is not recommended, so therefore clear coating must be completed within 24 hours.

    Mixing Instructions

    Stir the CM0571080 for 5 minutes before admixing.

    Admix by Volume:
    3 Parts Acry Glo Clear CM0571080
    1 Part Acry Glo Hardener CM0571081

    Admixed product should be allowed a 15-minute induction time for optimum application performance.

    Reduce to desired application viscosity with approximately 10-25% thinner.

    When the relative humidity exceeds 65%, it is recommended to replace 25% of the thinner blend with urethane grade MEK (CM0110308).

    It is recommended to strain admixed paint before placing material in containers for spraying.

    Application

    This product can be applied using conventional air spray equipment, HVLP, Graco Pro 4500 air electrostatic, or Graco Pro 4500 air assisted airless electrostatic. Please consult your Sherwin-Williams representative for specific equipment settings.

    1. Make sure pots, guns, and lines are purged and cleaned.
    2. Mix thoroughly and filter strain before spray applying.
    3. Spray atomizing pressure: 50-60 psi (3.45-4.15 bar)
      Pot pressure: 10-12 psi (0.69 – 0.83 bar) using a 60’ fluid hose (3/8” diameter)
      Delivery Rate: 8-10 fluid oz (236-295 mL) per minute
    4. Always air-blow and tack-wipe the surfaces to be painted. Assure that the aircraft is properly grounded for potential static buildup.
    5. Best application results are obtained by applying as a twocoat procedure. First apply a medium wet coat, allow a 30-45 minute “tack-off” period, followed by a second full wet coat. A third coat may be necessary on larger areas or if buffing the clear is included in the detail process.
    6. If the dry time between coats exceeds 24 hours, the surface should be thoroughly abraded.
    7. Recommended dry film thickness is 2-3 mils (50-75 microns).

    NOTE: Application of these product systems requires recommended temperature / humidity conditions and film thickness ranges. The material, hangar, and aircraft skin temperature should be no lower than 55ºF / 13ºC before, during, and after application.

    Drying Schedule

    Dry times are based on the dry film thickness of 2-3 mils (50-75 microns).

    Air Dry Times (75°F / 25°C and 50% RH)
    Tack Free: 3-4 Hours
    To Tape: 8-10 Hours

    Recoat Time (maximum): 24 Hours

    NOTE: Lower temperatures, heavy film thickness, improper activator range selection and poor air movement will extend the dry time.

    Equipment Cleanup

    Use clean Ketone–type solvents such as CM0110308 MEK. Do not allow material to cure inside equipment.

  • Description

    This high performance, multi-component acrylic urethane is designed for use on aircraft. This product is intended to clear coat Acry Glo® Metallic and solid color base coats.

    Approvals/References/Specs

  • Hartzell Propeller Part Number: A-6741-290
  • Product Attributes

    Country of Origin
    United States
    Size
    Gallon
    Shipping Weight
    5 pounds
    ECCN
    EAR99
    Color Family
    Clear
    Manufacturer P/N
    CM0571080
    Schedule B Code
    3208.20.0000
    Pack Quantity
    1
    Ship Dimensions
    8 x 8 x 8 inches
    Size
    Gallon Can
    Color
    Clear

    Other Part Numbers

    Hartzell PN/Spec#
    A-6741-290
    Alternate PN#s
    A-6741-290

    Features

  • Exhibits outstanding gloss and gloss retention upon weathering.
  • Excellent Distinctness of Image (DOI).
  • Provides durability and a smooth finish to Acry Glo Metallic finishes.
  • Quick Drying.
  • High Resistance to Chipping.
  • Free of lead and chromate hazards.
  • Good Buffing Characteristics.
  • Corrosion and chemical resistance.
    Coating Properties Base Component Admixed
    Solids
    By weight
    By volume

    43.5 – 47.5%
    37.5 – 41.5%

    45.2 – 48.2%
    38.9 - 41.9%
    Wt./Gal. 8.0 – 8.6 lbs. 8.1 – 8.5 lbs.
    Sp. Gravity 0.958 – 1.03 0.971 – 1.02

    Coating Properties
    Viscosity (Sprayable)
    Gardner Signature #2 Zahn Cup
    ISO 2431 3mm Cup – Sheen

    16-18 seconds
    45-80 seconds
    Admixed V.O.C. (3:1)
    U.S. Exempt Solvent
    Non-Exempt Solvent

    <4.4 lbs./gal (526 g/L)
    <4.4 lbs./gal (526 g/L)
    Useable Pot Life @ 77°F/25°C 2 hours
    Gloss
    60 degree
    20 degree

    90+ units
    80+ units
    Theoretical Coverage
    Per dry mil
    Per 25 microns

    650 sq. ft.2/gal.
    16.0 m2/L
    Dry Film Weight
    Per dry mil
    Per 25 microns

    0.0060 lbs./ft.2
    29 g/m2

    Application Instructions

    Shelf Life

    Shelf Life is applicable only for materials stored in unopened and undamaged original factory filled containers.

    Minimum Storage Temp: 40ºF / 4ºC
    Maximum Storage Temp: 100ºF / 37ºC

    CM0571080: 3 years
    CM0571081: 2 years
    Aerosol Touch–Up Kits: 1 year (Cool, Dry Storage Required.)

    Surface Preparation

    CM0571080 Acry Glo Clear should be applied over an Acry Glo metallic or solid color base coat. The clear coat can be applied in as soon as one hour, but no later than 24 hours after application of the color. If applying the Clearcoat to a solid color basecoat after 24 hours, the surface should be abraded. Abrading a metallic basecoat is not recommended, so therefore clear coating must be completed within 24 hours.

    Mixing Instructions

    Stir the CM0571080 for 5 minutes before admixing.

    Admix by Volume:
    3 Parts Acry Glo Clear CM0571080
    1 Part Acry Glo Hardener CM0571081

    Admixed product should be allowed a 15-minute induction time for optimum application performance.

    Reduce to desired application viscosity with approximately 10-25% thinner.

    When the relative humidity exceeds 65%, it is recommended to replace 25% of the thinner blend with urethane grade MEK (CM0110308).

    It is recommended to strain admixed paint before placing material in containers for spraying.

    Application

    This product can be applied using conventional air spray equipment, HVLP, Graco Pro 4500 air electrostatic, or Graco Pro 4500 air assisted airless electrostatic. Please consult your Sherwin-Williams representative for specific equipment settings.

    1. Make sure pots, guns, and lines are purged and cleaned.
    2. Mix thoroughly and filter strain before spray applying.
    3. Spray atomizing pressure: 50-60 psi (3.45-4.15 bar)
      Pot pressure: 10-12 psi (0.69 – 0.83 bar) using a 60’ fluid hose (3/8” diameter)
      Delivery Rate: 8-10 fluid oz (236-295 mL) per minute
    4. Always air-blow and tack-wipe the surfaces to be painted. Assure that the aircraft is properly grounded for potential static buildup.
    5. Best application results are obtained by applying as a twocoat procedure. First apply a medium wet coat, allow a 30-45 minute “tack-off” period, followed by a second full wet coat. A third coat may be necessary on larger areas or if buffing the clear is included in the detail process.
    6. If the dry time between coats exceeds 24 hours, the surface should be thoroughly abraded.
    7. Recommended dry film thickness is 2-3 mils (50-75 microns).

    NOTE: Application of these product systems requires recommended temperature / humidity conditions and film thickness ranges. The material, hangar, and aircraft skin temperature should be no lower than 55ºF / 13ºC before, during, and after application.

    Drying Schedule

    Dry times are based on the dry film thickness of 2-3 mils (50-75 microns).

    Air Dry Times (75°F / 25°C and 50% RH)
    Tack Free: 3-4 Hours
    To Tape: 8-10 Hours

    Recoat Time (maximum): 24 Hours

    NOTE: Lower temperatures, heavy film thickness, improper activator range selection and poor air movement will extend the dry time.

    Equipment Cleanup

    Use clean Ketone–type solvents such as CM0110308 MEK. Do not allow material to cure inside equipment.

  • Product Details

    This high performance, multi-component acrylic urethane is designed for use on aircraft. This product is intended to clear coat Acry Glo® Metallic and solid color base coats.

    Approvals/References/Specs

  • Hartzell Propeller Part Number: A-6741-290
  • Product Attributes

    Country of Origin
    United States
    Size
    Gallon
    Shipping Weight
    5 pounds
    ECCN
    EAR99
    Color Family
    Clear
    Manufacturer P/N
    CM0571080
    Schedule B Code
    3208.20.0000
    Pack Quantity
    1
    Ship Dimensions
    8 x 8 x 8 inches
    Size
    Gallon Can
    Color
    Clear

    Other Part Numbers

    Hartzell PN/Spec#
    A-6741-290
    Alternate PN#s
    A-6741-290

    Features

  • Exhibits outstanding gloss and gloss retention upon weathering.
  • Excellent Distinctness of Image (DOI).
  • Provides durability and a smooth finish to Acry Glo Metallic finishes.
  • Quick Drying.
  • High Resistance to Chipping.
  • Free of lead and chromate hazards.
  • Good Buffing Characteristics.
  • Corrosion and chemical resistance.
    Coating Properties Base Component Admixed
    Solids
    By weight
    By volume

    43.5 – 47.5%
    37.5 – 41.5%

    45.2 – 48.2%
    38.9 - 41.9%
    Wt./Gal. 8.0 – 8.6 lbs. 8.1 – 8.5 lbs.
    Sp. Gravity 0.958 – 1.03 0.971 – 1.02

    Coating Properties
    Viscosity (Sprayable)
    Gardner Signature #2 Zahn Cup
    ISO 2431 3mm Cup – Sheen

    16-18 seconds
    45-80 seconds
    Admixed V.O.C. (3:1)
    U.S. Exempt Solvent
    Non-Exempt Solvent

    <4.4 lbs./gal (526 g/L)
    <4.4 lbs./gal (526 g/L)
    Useable Pot Life @ 77°F/25°C 2 hours
    Gloss
    60 degree
    20 degree

    90+ units
    80+ units
    Theoretical Coverage
    Per dry mil
    Per 25 microns

    650 sq. ft.2/gal.
    16.0 m2/L
    Dry Film Weight
    Per dry mil
    Per 25 microns

    0.0060 lbs./ft.2
    29 g/m2

    Application Instructions

    Shelf Life

    Shelf Life is applicable only for materials stored in unopened and undamaged original factory filled containers.

    Minimum Storage Temp: 40ºF / 4ºC
    Maximum Storage Temp: 100ºF / 37ºC

    CM0571080: 3 years
    CM0571081: 2 years
    Aerosol Touch–Up Kits: 1 year (Cool, Dry Storage Required.)

    Surface Preparation

    CM0571080 Acry Glo Clear should be applied over an Acry Glo metallic or solid color base coat. The clear coat can be applied in as soon as one hour, but no later than 24 hours after application of the color. If applying the Clearcoat to a solid color basecoat after 24 hours, the surface should be abraded. Abrading a metallic basecoat is not recommended, so therefore clear coating must be completed within 24 hours.

    Mixing Instructions

    Stir the CM0571080 for 5 minutes before admixing.

    Admix by Volume:
    3 Parts Acry Glo Clear CM0571080
    1 Part Acry Glo Hardener CM0571081

    Admixed product should be allowed a 15-minute induction time for optimum application performance.

    Reduce to desired application viscosity with approximately 10-25% thinner.

    When the relative humidity exceeds 65%, it is recommended to replace 25% of the thinner blend with urethane grade MEK (CM0110308).

    It is recommended to strain admixed paint before placing material in containers for spraying.

    Application

    This product can be applied using conventional air spray equipment, HVLP, Graco Pro 4500 air electrostatic, or Graco Pro 4500 air assisted airless electrostatic. Please consult your Sherwin-Williams representative for specific equipment settings.

    1. Make sure pots, guns, and lines are purged and cleaned.
    2. Mix thoroughly and filter strain before spray applying.
    3. Spray atomizing pressure: 50-60 psi (3.45-4.15 bar)
      Pot pressure: 10-12 psi (0.69 – 0.83 bar) using a 60’ fluid hose (3/8” diameter)
      Delivery Rate: 8-10 fluid oz (236-295 mL) per minute
    4. Always air-blow and tack-wipe the surfaces to be painted. Assure that the aircraft is properly grounded for potential static buildup.
    5. Best application results are obtained by applying as a twocoat procedure. First apply a medium wet coat, allow a 30-45 minute “tack-off” period, followed by a second full wet coat. A third coat may be necessary on larger areas or if buffing the clear is included in the detail process.
    6. If the dry time between coats exceeds 24 hours, the surface should be thoroughly abraded.
    7. Recommended dry film thickness is 2-3 mils (50-75 microns).

    NOTE: Application of these product systems requires recommended temperature / humidity conditions and film thickness ranges. The material, hangar, and aircraft skin temperature should be no lower than 55ºF / 13ºC before, during, and after application.

    Drying Schedule

    Dry times are based on the dry film thickness of 2-3 mils (50-75 microns).

    Air Dry Times (75°F / 25°C and 50% RH)
    Tack Free: 3-4 Hours
    To Tape: 8-10 Hours

    Recoat Time (maximum): 24 Hours

    NOTE: Lower temperatures, heavy film thickness, improper activator range selection and poor air movement will extend the dry time.

    Equipment Cleanup

    Use clean Ketone–type solvents such as CM0110308 MEK. Do not allow material to cure inside equipment.

  • Downloads

    This high performance, multi-component acrylic urethane is designed for use on aircraft. This product is intended to clear coat Acry Glo® Metallic and solid color base coats.

    Approvals/References/Specs

  • Hartzell Propeller Part Number: A-6741-290
  • Product Attributes

    Country of Origin
    United States
    Size
    Gallon
    Shipping Weight
    5 pounds
    ECCN
    EAR99
    Color Family
    Clear
    Manufacturer P/N
    CM0571080
    Schedule B Code
    3208.20.0000
    Pack Quantity
    1
    Ship Dimensions
    8 x 8 x 8 inches
    Size
    Gallon Can
    Color
    Clear

    Other Part Numbers

    Hartzell PN/Spec#
    A-6741-290
    Alternate PN#s
    A-6741-290

    Features

  • Exhibits outstanding gloss and gloss retention upon weathering.
  • Excellent Distinctness of Image (DOI).
  • Provides durability and a smooth finish to Acry Glo Metallic finishes.
  • Quick Drying.
  • High Resistance to Chipping.
  • Free of lead and chromate hazards.
  • Good Buffing Characteristics.
  • Corrosion and chemical resistance.
    Coating Properties Base Component Admixed
    Solids
    By weight
    By volume

    43.5 – 47.5%
    37.5 – 41.5%

    45.2 – 48.2%
    38.9 - 41.9%
    Wt./Gal. 8.0 – 8.6 lbs. 8.1 – 8.5 lbs.
    Sp. Gravity 0.958 – 1.03 0.971 – 1.02

    Coating Properties
    Viscosity (Sprayable)
    Gardner Signature #2 Zahn Cup
    ISO 2431 3mm Cup – Sheen

    16-18 seconds
    45-80 seconds
    Admixed V.O.C. (3:1)
    U.S. Exempt Solvent
    Non-Exempt Solvent

    <4.4 lbs./gal (526 g/L)
    <4.4 lbs./gal (526 g/L)
    Useable Pot Life @ 77°F/25°C 2 hours
    Gloss
    60 degree
    20 degree

    90+ units
    80+ units
    Theoretical Coverage
    Per dry mil
    Per 25 microns

    650 sq. ft.2/gal.
    16.0 m2/L
    Dry Film Weight
    Per dry mil
    Per 25 microns

    0.0060 lbs./ft.2
    29 g/m2

    Application Instructions

    Shelf Life

    Shelf Life is applicable only for materials stored in unopened and undamaged original factory filled containers.

    Minimum Storage Temp: 40ºF / 4ºC
    Maximum Storage Temp: 100ºF / 37ºC

    CM0571080: 3 years
    CM0571081: 2 years
    Aerosol Touch–Up Kits: 1 year (Cool, Dry Storage Required.)

    Surface Preparation

    CM0571080 Acry Glo Clear should be applied over an Acry Glo metallic or solid color base coat. The clear coat can be applied in as soon as one hour, but no later than 24 hours after application of the color. If applying the Clearcoat to a solid color basecoat after 24 hours, the surface should be abraded. Abrading a metallic basecoat is not recommended, so therefore clear coating must be completed within 24 hours.

    Mixing Instructions

    Stir the CM0571080 for 5 minutes before admixing.

    Admix by Volume:
    3 Parts Acry Glo Clear CM0571080
    1 Part Acry Glo Hardener CM0571081

    Admixed product should be allowed a 15-minute induction time for optimum application performance.

    Reduce to desired application viscosity with approximately 10-25% thinner.

    When the relative humidity exceeds 65%, it is recommended to replace 25% of the thinner blend with urethane grade MEK (CM0110308).

    It is recommended to strain admixed paint before placing material in containers for spraying.

    Application

    This product can be applied using conventional air spray equipment, HVLP, Graco Pro 4500 air electrostatic, or Graco Pro 4500 air assisted airless electrostatic. Please consult your Sherwin-Williams representative for specific equipment settings.

    1. Make sure pots, guns, and lines are purged and cleaned.
    2. Mix thoroughly and filter strain before spray applying.
    3. Spray atomizing pressure: 50-60 psi (3.45-4.15 bar)
      Pot pressure: 10-12 psi (0.69 – 0.83 bar) using a 60’ fluid hose (3/8” diameter)
      Delivery Rate: 8-10 fluid oz (236-295 mL) per minute
    4. Always air-blow and tack-wipe the surfaces to be painted. Assure that the aircraft is properly grounded for potential static buildup.
    5. Best application results are obtained by applying as a twocoat procedure. First apply a medium wet coat, allow a 30-45 minute “tack-off” period, followed by a second full wet coat. A third coat may be necessary on larger areas or if buffing the clear is included in the detail process.
    6. If the dry time between coats exceeds 24 hours, the surface should be thoroughly abraded.
    7. Recommended dry film thickness is 2-3 mils (50-75 microns).

    NOTE: Application of these product systems requires recommended temperature / humidity conditions and film thickness ranges. The material, hangar, and aircraft skin temperature should be no lower than 55ºF / 13ºC before, during, and after application.

    Drying Schedule

    Dry times are based on the dry film thickness of 2-3 mils (50-75 microns).

    Air Dry Times (75°F / 25°C and 50% RH)
    Tack Free: 3-4 Hours
    To Tape: 8-10 Hours

    Recoat Time (maximum): 24 Hours

    NOTE: Lower temperatures, heavy film thickness, improper activator range selection and poor air movement will extend the dry time.

    Equipment Cleanup

    Use clean Ketone–type solvents such as CM0110308 MEK. Do not allow material to cure inside equipment.