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Glasurit 700-7 Coagulating powder

Glasurit 700-7 Coagulating powder

Benefits:

  • 700-7 Coagulating Powder is used to precipitate solids from the water used to clean working tools with which water-based products were processed.
  • Once the coagulated substance has been separated, the clear, aqueous phase can be used again for pre-cleaning sprayguns, which are finally rinsed with fresh tap water.
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Description

Glasurit 700-7 Coagulating powder

When using water-borne products such as:
Glasurit® 90 Line Basecoat, Metallics/Solids
Glasurit® 176-72 1K Primer Filler
Glasurit® 1109- Stone Chip and Underbody Protection
Glasurit® 1109- Texture Finish
the water used to clean working tools should be collected in suitable containers. These containers must not get in touch with solvents. Use of 700-7 Coagulating Powder: Add 2 or 3 scoops of 700-7 Coagulating Powder (approx. 75 g) per about 10 litres waste water (scatter the powder to distribute the particles evenly and to increase efficiency) and stir briefly. After a short interval, the solids will start to coagulate and can then be separated from the liquid by filtering, for example through filter mats or appropriate sieves (with a mesh size of about 80-100 microns). When the contaminant concentration in the waste water is very high (i.e., when the water has not become clear after about 15 minutes), add more 700-7 Coagulating Powder. There is no risk of overdosing with 700-7. The coagulated substance must be disposed of in the same way as solvent-borne paint waste. The clear, aqueous phase may be discharged into the public sewage system subject to local waste-water regulations. When you are not sure, consult the competent local authorities.

Glasurit 700-7 Coagulating powder
Application notes
  • Use of 700-7 Coagulating Powder: Add 2 or 3 scoops of 700-7 Coagulating Powder (approx. 75 g) per about 10 litres waste water (scatter the powder to distribute the particles evenly and to increase efficiency) and stir briefly.
  • After a short interval, the solids will start to coagulate and can then be separated from the liquid by filtering, for example through filter mats or appropriate sieves (with a mesh size of about 80-100 microns).
  • When the contaminant concentration in the waste water is very high (i.e., when the water has not become clear after about 15 minutes), add more 700-7 Coagulating Powder. There is no risk of overdosing with 700-7.
  • The coagulated substance must be disposed of in the same way as solvent-borne paint waste. The clear, aqueous phase may be discharged into the public sewage system subject to local waste-water regulations. When you are not sure, consult the competent local authorities.
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