The vermiculation effect paint is a thick, sag-resistant, easy-to-apply product that gets its crumpled, wrinkled and shrivelled appearance after baking at 60 and 80 °C.
With lower temperatures, the wrinkled effect is smaller in size and slower to appear.
Vermiculation effect can be found on dashboards, engines and other parts of some old cars (including Ferrari)
It’s athermo-setting finish Ultra high hardness (180 S Perzoz) Excellent direct adhesion to steel Very high resistance to shocks and stamping Excellent weather resistance (UV), on WP, to improve corrosion resistance.
Appearance: Vermiculated effect, Satin Matt Mixture: Ready-to-use, pre-thinned Settings: Spray gun 1,3 to 1.8. Pressure: 3 - 4 bars
Application: In several passes to create a good thickness. Apply the coats quickly without waiting between each. It’s important to apply a maximum thickness and to quickly put to baking
Substrate: Bare steel, micro-beads metals (stainless steel, aluminum, etc.), cleaned and degreased parts.
Baking: 120°C for 45min, 90 minutes at 70 – 80° C Covering power: 8/9 m² / L
VOC: >420g/L Safety: Contains no heavy metals or toxic substances.