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Sherwin-Williams CM0724114 Epoxy Primer Adduct (MIL-P-23377F), Catalyst - Gallon Can

Part#: CM0724114GA
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Country of Origin: USA
Material Safety Information
Code: UN1263 | Class: 3 | Group: II - Details
Material Safety Data Sheet: MSDS1
CA Prop 65 WarningWarning: This product may contain a chemical known by the State of California to cause health issues. Details found here www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
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Sherwin-Williams CM0724114 Epoxy Primer Adduct (MIL-P-23377F), Catalyst - Gallon Can
Shelf Life

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

Minimum Storage Temp: 40F / 4C
Maximum Storage Temp: 100F / 37C

    CM0724400: 1 years
    CM0110588 7 years
    CM0724114: 1 years
    CM0702901 7 years

Cool, Dry Storage Required.

Surface Preparation

To insure proper primer adhesion to the substrate, all contaminates must be removed. Depending on the type of substrate to be prepared, different methods should be used. There are a variety of processes to prepare these substrates for primer and painting.

Sherwin-Williams primers are designed to go over various substrate treatments. Before painting, please refer to the recommendations for cleaning, application, and preparation to the manufacturer of the treatment.

If a wash primer is needed, please refer to the Product Data Sheet for CM0484684 Wash Primer.

Mixing Instructions

Shake primer component for 15 minutes before admixing.

Admix by Volume:
1 Part Epoxy Primer CM0724400
1 Part Epoxy Adduct CM0724114

Add the Epoxy Adduct into the Primer Component.

For optimum application performance, stir well during a 15-minute induction time.

Reduce to spraying viscosity using CM0110588 Slow Reducer, CM0702901 Fast Reducer or a blend of both products depending on your shop conditions.

It is recommended to filter strain admixed and reduced primer before placing material in containers for spraying.

Application

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

Electrostatic users: Ensure that the aircraft is properly grounded for potential static buildup.

Equipment settings:

Conventional air spray:
Air cap 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

Best spray application results are obtained by applying one light continuous closed film cross coat.

Recommended dry film thickness is 0.6 0.9 mils (15-23 microns).

Surfacer primer can be applied after a two-hour cure to allow time for solvent flash-off. Please refer to the Product Data Sheets for Epoxy Surfacer (CM0560563, CM0480920, CM0482300, CM0487600) or CM0481810 Urethane Surfacer for more details.

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 55F / 13C before, during, and after application.

Drying Schedule

Dry times are based on the dry film thickness of 0.6-0.9 mils (15-23 microns).Air Dry Times (75F / 25C, 50% RH)
To apply topcoat: 2-3 Hours* min., 72 Hours max.

Force Dry (140F /60C, 45% RH)
To apply topcoat: 1 Hour min.

* For maximum performance of a urethane topcoat appearance, allow primer to cure for a minimum of 12 hours before topcoating.

If an intermediate primer or topcoat is not applied within 72 hours of primer application, light scuff sanding will be required for good intercoat adhesion.

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

Equipment Cleanup

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

 
Product Details
UOM : Gallon
Size : Gallon
Color Family : Clear
Ship Dimensions : 7 x 7 x 8 inches
Shipping Weight : 9 pounds
Manufacturer P/N : CM0724114
ECCN : EAR99
Schedule B Code : 3815.90.0000
Military Standard : MIL-PRF-23377F
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Specifications
Coating Properties
Solids
By weight
By volume

62.6 2.0%
40.2 2.1%
Wt./Gal. 11.2 0.2 lbs.
Sp. Gravity 1.4 0.02
Color Yellow
Admixed VOC (Mixed 1:1) 5.04 lbs./gal. (605 g/L)
Useable Pot Life
@ 77°F/25°C
@ 95°F/35°C

4 Hours
2 Hours
Theoretical Coverage
Per dry mil
Per 25 microns

460 ft.2/gal.
11.3 m2/L
Dry Film Weight
Per dry mil
Per 25 microns

0.0092 lbs./ft.2
44.9 g/m2
Viscosity (Sprayable)
Gardner Signature #2 Zahn Cup
ISO 2431 3mm CupSheen

16-20 seconds
45-65 seconds
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