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Volkswagen Polo Service & Repair Manual: Plastic Primer

Adhesion Promoter (Glazing)

Definition:
Adhesion Promoter -ALO 822 000 10- (glazing)
Edition 06/2011
Product Description
The glazing adhesion promoter is a universal single-component adhesion promoter for all standard exterior plastic car parts.
This adhesion promoter is characterized by its reliable adhesion, high elasticity and the ease with which it can be used.
Application Instructions
Base Surface
Suitable base surfaces:
All standard plastic parts used on car exteriors.
PP, EPDM, ABS, PC, PPO, PA, R-TPU, PBTP, PVC
PUR, PUR soft foam
UP-GF
   
Pre-treatment of base surfaces:
The base surface must be free of separating agents.
Before cleaning plastic parts, temper them for 60 minutes at +60 ℃ to “sweat out” the separating agents.
–  Clean using Antistatic Plastic Cleaner -LVM 001 001 A2- or a milder Silicone Remover, Long -LVM 020 100 A5-.
  Note
The effort needed for cleaning depends on the type and quantity of the separating agent used. We recommend using a sanding pad to help cleaning
Let the thinner evaporate (for example, air-drying overnight at room temperature or 30-40 minutes at +60 ℃).
 

Adhesion Promoter (Glazing)

–  Before priming, lightly clean again using Antistatic Plastic Cleaner -LVM 001 001 A2- or Silicone Remover, Long -LVM 020 100 A5- (antistatic effect).
 

Adhesion Promoter (Glazing)

Processing
Thinner:
–  Do not add any thinner!
Application type “coat”
 

Adhesion Promoter (Glazing)

–  Processing viscosity 4 mm for +20 °C (68 °F), German Industry Standardization 53211
  Note
Do not add any thinner! The delivery viscosity is the same as the processing viscosity.
Processing viscosity 4 mm gravity feed spraygun “Compliant” and “HVLP”:
DIN 4 mm: 11 seconds
 

Adhesion Promoter (Glazing)

–  Set spray nozzle (see manufacturer's information): “Compliant” 1.2 to 1.4 mm.
–  Set spray nozzle (see manufacturer's information): “HVLP” 1.3 to 1.5 mm.
–  Set spray pressure (see manufacturer's information): “Compliant” to 2.0 to 2.5 bar.
–  Set atomizing pressure (see manufacturer's information): “HVLP” 0.7 bar.
 

Adhesion Promoter (Glazing)

–  A preliminary spray application is 1 to 2 µm.
 

Adhesion Promoter (Glazing)

Drying
Air dry at +20 °C (68 °F) room temperature, can be sprayed over after 15 minutes.
 

Adhesion Promoter (Glazing)

Reworking
 

Adhesion Promoter (Glazing)

Can be sprayed over with two-part HS filler elasticized with Elastic Additive -ALZ 011 001- after drying time at +20 °C (68 °F).
Afterwards, can be painted over with:
Water-based base paint and two-part HS clear coat
Two-Part HS Top Coat
 

Adhesion Promoter (Glazing)

Personal Protective Equipment:
Note the safety data sheets
Wear the personal protective equipment during application
Characteristics
 

Adhesion Promoter (Glazing)

Delivery Viscosity 11 seconds
Flashpoint: above +23 °C (73.4 °F)
 
     
Storage
The guaranteed shelf life is 24 months from production date. Use no later than the date indicated on the label and store in original container at +20 °C (68 °F).
 

Adhesion Promoter (Glazing)

Storage Conditions
The prescribed storage temperature is +20 °C (68 °F) (not to fall below +5 °C (41 °F)).
 

Adhesion Promoter (Glazing)

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