Thermochromic paint changes colours as the temperature changes (it becomes colourless above a certain temperature)
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OFFER: 250ml tins
Our latest version is a waterborne paint (compatible with any solvented clearcoats and primers)
COVERAGE PERFORMANCE for 250ml : 0.75 sqm
STOCK: Products available and can be delivered in 48h
SPECIFICATION SHEET BASED THERMOCHROMIC
TYPE OF PRODUCT :
1K waterborne <20g VOC/L
ASPECT : Matt . OPAQUE WHEN COLD / SEMI TRANSPARENT WHEN HOT
MIX: Stir/shake well before use. Filter if possible with a cone shape filter (190µm).
APPLICATION: On a clean, dry and finely sanded surface. Number of passes: 4-6 coats
> Spraygun: All type of nozzle >1mm
> Roll, Brush for the waterborne version
DRYING: At ambient temperature. Do not bake
TOUCH DRY : 45 MN
TOPCOATING: TIMEFRAME before to clear:
STORAGE:"paint can be store 6 month in a cold temperature , without UV light - Do not froze !"
Water-based version: 72h max
Topcoating with Anti UV clearcoat strongly recommended for outside !
Questions and answers about thermochromic paints:
Can an airbrush or brush be used for the application?
Yes, with 5 to 20% water and an airbrush with a large nozzle (0.5 or 0.8mm) could be used. The brush is not recommended as it will leave marks and create an uneven application; however, it is possible if you apply very thin several layers.
Should the paint be thinned?
No, but 5% of water can be added for thinning.
Can the heat of the hand change the color of this painting?
This basically depends on the heat of the hand, but also of the outside temperature, and especially of the thickness and type of material (lightweight plastic object, thick metal bar...)