Product Range

Primers

KAR Plastic Primer

KAR Plastic Primer

Outstanding corrosion protection Excellent adhesion

  • KAR Plastic Primer is ready for use.
  • Spray Nozzle : 1.4 ~ 1.6mm
  • Spray Pressure : 2.5 ~ 3
  • Bar Number of coat : 2 dry coat
  • Total film build : 5 ~ 8 um
Metalact H15

Metalact H 15 Etching Primer

  • Mixing ratio : 4:1 (by volume)
  • Primer Base : Additive
  • Thinner : 10 ~ 30%
  • Number of coat : 1.5 ~ 2 coat
  • Total film build : 8 ~ 15 um
dark grey primer

Dark Grey Primer [Fast Dry]

  • Mixing ratio : 4:1 ( by volume )
  • Primer Base : Hardener
  • Thinner : 10 ~ 20%
  • Spray Nozzle : 1.7 ~ 2.0mm
  • Spray Pressure : 2.5 ~ 3 Bar
  • Number of coat : 2 ~ 3 coat
  • Total film build : 40 ~ 50 um
  • Dry sanding : P400 ~ P500
  • Wet sanding : P600 ~ P800

Dark Grey Primer [Slow Dry]

  • Mixing ratio : 4:1 ( by volume)
  • Primer Base : Hardener
  • Thinner : 10 ~ 20%
  • Spray Nozzle : 1.7 ~ 2.0mm
  • Spray Pressure : 2.5 ~ 3
  • Bar Number of coat : 2 ~ 3 coat
  • Total film build : 40 ~ 50 um
  • Dry sanding : P400 ~ P500
  • Wet sanding : P600 ~ P800

Light Grey Primer [Slow Dry]

  • Mixing ratio : 4:1 ( by volume)
  • Primer Base : Hardener
  • Thinner : 10 ~ 20%
  • Spray Nozzle : 1.7 ~ 2.0mm
  • Spray Pressure : 2.5 ~ 3 Bar
  • Number of coat : 2 ~ 3 coat
  • Total film build : 40 ~ 50 um
  • Dry sanding : P400 ~ P500
  • Wet sending : P600 ~ P800

Light Grey Primer [Fast Dry]

  • Mixing ratio : 4:1 ( by volume )
  • Primer Base : Hardener
  • Thinner : 10 ~ 20%
  • Spray Nozzle : 1.7 ~ 2.0mm
  • Spray Pressure : 2.5 ~ 3
  • Bar Number of coat : 2 ~ 3 coat
  • Total film build : 40 ~ 50 um
  • Dry sending : P400 ~ P500
  • Wet sending : P600 ~ P800

High Solid Primer

  • Mixing ratio : 3:1 ( by volume )
  • Primer Base : Hardener
  • Thinner : 5 ~ 25%
  • Spray Nozzle : 1.7 ~ 2.0mm
  • Spray Pressure : 2.5 ~ 3
  • Bar Number of coat : 2 coat
  • Total film build : 80 ~ 100 um
  • Dry sending : P400 ~ P500
  • Wet sending : P600 ~ P800

Base Coats

Shin EZ Basecoat

  • Mixing ratio :
    • Color Base = 100%
    • If required hardener = 20% [ A381-0006 ] Hardener
    • 2K Thinner = 100-120%
  • A810-0802 Standard Thinner
  • A810-0803 Slow Thinner
  • A810-0804 Super Slow Thinner
  • Pot life : 6Hr @ 30°C after mixing hardener.
  • Color Basecoat must be overcoat within 8 hr at 30°C .

Clear Q Base [Fast Dry]

  • Mixing ratio : 2:1 (by volume)
  • Clear Base : Hardener
  • Thinner : 15 ~ 20%
  • Spray Nozzle : 1.2 ~ 1.4mm
  • Spray Pressure : 3 ~ 4 Bar
  • Number of coat : 2 coat
  • Total film build : 40 ~ 50 um
  • Dry for polishing : 2 hr @ 30°C

Clear V2 Base [Medium Dry]

  • Mixing ratio : 2:1 (by volume)
  • Clear Base : Hardener
  • Thinner : Not Required.
  • Spray Nozzle : 1.2 ~ 1.4 mm
  • Spray Pressure : 3 ~ 4 Bar
  • Number of coat : 2 coat
  • Total film build : 40 ~ 50 um
  • Dry for polishing : 8 hrs @ 30°C

Clear A Base [Slow Dry]

  • Mixing ratio : 2:1( by volume) Clear
  • Base : Hardener
  • Thinner : 10 ~ 15% Spray
  • Nozzle : 1.2 ~ 1.4mm
  • Spray Pressure : 3 ~ 4 Bar
  • Number of coat : 2 coat
  • Total film build : 50 ~ 60 um
  • Dry for polishing : 10hrs @ 30°C

Retan PG ECO HS Clear A

  • Mixing ratio : 2:1 (by volume)
  • Clear Base : Hardener
  • Thinner : 10 ~ 20%
  • Spray Nozzle : 1.2 ~ 1.4 mm
  • Spray Pressure : 3 ~ 4 Bar
  • Number of coat : 1.5 ~ 2 coat
  • Total film build : 80 ~ 100 um
  • Dry for polishing : 10 hrs @ 30°C

Multi Hardener PL

  • Using for plastic parts
  • Color Base = 100%
  • Multi Hardener PL = 20%
  • 2K Thinner = 100~120%
  • Clear Base = 100%
  • Multi Hardener PL = 40%
  • 2K Thinner for Q
  • Clear = 15~20% A
  • Clear = 10~15%
  • Primer Base = 100%
  • Multi Hardener PL = 20%
  • 2K Thinner for = 10~20%
  • Pot life : 3 hr @ 30°C ( 0601 , 0611 )
  • Pot life : 2 hr @ 30°C ( 0605 , 0608 ) after mixing hardener.

Thinners

Blending Thinner

  • For blending of metallic color or pearl color repair
    • Apply 1 coat of Blending Thinner on whole panel
    • Mixing 20% - 50% of Blending Thinner and fade out the surrounding area .
  • For blending of clear coat repair
    • Mixing 5 parts of Blending Thinner
    • Apply Mixture on blending area .

Silicon Off

Remove any embedded silicones from the polishes and traffic film

SHIN EZ Thinner [Standard]

15°C ~ 25°C

SHIN EZ Thinner [Slow]

5°C ~ 35°C

SHIN EZ Thinner [Super Slow]

35°C ~ 45°C

SHIN EZ Non Blushing Thinner

40°C ~ 50°C


Putty

SK Poly Putty 996

Mixing ratio :- SK Poly Putty 996 Putty Base : 100 % Hardener : 2 % Pot Life : 10 – 15 min @ 30 C SK 1K Putty 976 Ready For Use

Blend In Technique Using SHIN EZ

Feather Edging

Paint Defects & Trouble Shooting

Color Matching

To  do  a  good  repair  job,  it  is  sometimes necessary to match the color by tinting, blending in, or polishing the old paintwork.

Therefore, careful comparison between the new    paint    and    the    original   finish    is essential.  Any variation in color must be modified before application. The mixing formula shown on the hardcopy / ABI can assist in this. You  should use  only  the mixing bases contained in the mixing formula for tinting, or the  reduced  bases  indicated  in  the  tinting guide.

An adequate color  comparison can only  be carried  out  on  a sprayed  (not hand-painted) dry paint film (including the clear coat in the case of metallic  finishes) and must be done in   daylight,   or   under   a   daylight   lamp.  A381-0024 Q clear can be compared already after a few minutes drying.

With metallic  colors,  the spray-out (sample) as  well  as  the  actual  spraying should   be done by the same person.
Due to weathering, age and washing, almost all paint finishes are subject to changes in appearance  and color. This is caused by the absorption of dirt or by external influences (temperature,  humidity, UV radiation, acid rain etc.). These effects can in most cases be removed by polishing.
Repairing basecoats is more difficult as the color and the brightness of the metallic effect  strongly depend on the application method used.


1. On the diameter  of the spray  gun nozzle and the spraying pressure.
 With a  small nozzle and  high  spraying pressure,  the  atomization  is  finer.  This produces a  lighter color.

2.  On  the  reducer  and  the  spraying viscosity. 
With a rather fast reducer, the silver effect achieved is usually more brilliant than that obtained with a rather slow reducer. The higher the viscosity, the coarser the spray pattern, which increases the risk of clouding.


3. On the spraying method.
  When you spray rather dry, or apply a dust coat, this makes the color lighter and more metallic. When you spray rather wet, the color appears  fuller  and  darker.  Within these variants, you  find the full range of nuances as regards metallic effect and color.


4. On the distance  of the spray gun from the object to be painted.
A short distance between the spray gun and the object being painted produces a rather wet film and a rather dark and chromatic shade. A wider  distance  results  in  a  drier  film  and  a lighter and more metallic color.

Color alterations
It may happen that OEM colors are slightly altered for technical or styling reasons, without the  color code and/or name being changed. Furthermore, production-related color fluctuations can occur  (for example with paints  from different batches.

Color matching Chart