|Technical Data Bulletin
|CCI licenses the ultra violet coating technology from Finishes Unlimited, Inc.
Patent Pending With the United States and Canadian Patent Offices
Revision #: 005 Revised: 11/20/09
Product Code: 06-line
Product Name: Exterior Grade UV Cure Coating for use over Composite Substrates
Finishes Unlimited, Inc. has developed an exterior grade radiation cure coating designed for
use over composite substrates such as PVC, WPC, cementitious, fiberglass, and others. These
coatings are available in clear or colors at various gloss levels. Coating is 100% solids thus
contain no volatile organic compounds (VOC’s) or hazardous air pollutants (HAPs).
Exceptional film properties such as adhesion, color hold, gloss retention, and resistance to
mold, moisture, staining, and scratch are produced when properly applied and cured. Coating
can also be formulated to provide excellent solar reflectance and reduction in heat build.
A wide range of application equipment can be used to apply this coating including
conventional spray, electrostatic, HVLP, air-assist airless, airless, flow, roll, or vacuum coating.
This coating can be applied directly to most composite substrates such as PVC, cementitious,
and others without the use of a primer. For fiberglass and other like substrates Finishes
Unlimited’s UV Cure Transition Coating is required for adhesion purposes. This system
consists of applying the UV Cure Transition Coat, curing, then applying the UV Cure Topcoat
and curing. No sanding is required between coats.
Cured Film Properties
At 1.2 mils Dry Film Thickness
¹ Cycle test consists of 12 hours UVA using 340 bulbs at irradiance of .76 w/m2 at 60°C, followed by 11:50
condensation, and 10 minutes cold water spray.
² Value is dependent on color. Range for reference only.
³ Value is dependent on color. Range for reference only.
⁴ Represents percent reduction in antimicrobial activity. Staphylococcus aureus, escherichia coli, and
klebsiella pneumonae tested.
⁵ 30 Cycles, Method B
⁶ 30 Days Immersion, Method A
⁷ Based on double rub method.