What is the difference between 1K and 2K aerosol canisters?
A 2K aerosol spray canister contains the same contents as a 1K can but with the additional benefit of a special hardening agent built into a separated compartment within the same canister. We supply the entire range of RAL spray paint , Pantone spray paint, NCS spray paint, and British Standard paints colours in 2K (also known as 2 pack) spray paint canisters.
This hardener is manually released into the can via a simple valve and gives you 8 hours of use. The hardener provides the Paint/Lacquer/Primer additional protection once applied to a surface area. Typical examples for this use are car body parts, machinery, doorways and other heavy traffic areas.
The 2K can is a superior product and is strongly recommended when applying the Paint/Lacquer/Primer is intended for an exterior surface. 2K provides durable protection against environmental exposures and will provide a harder wearing, smoother finish with improved resistance to scuffs/scratches and the elements.
Application of a standard 2k paint spray
Please note, once the hardening agent has been combined with the Paint/Lacquer/Primer, you have up to 8 hours to apply the contents of that can before the can become unusable; please read instructions provided with this product.2K Paint Product Information:
Our 2K paint is a high solid acrylic car refinishing paint with good protection to fight against weathering. It is suitable for complete or partly painting of cars and all commercial vehicles with a high hiding power.
1-8 hours, depending on the hardener in use.
Curing time/Flash off time:
1k Paint Information
It is suitable for complete or partly painting of cars and all commercial vehicles with a high hiding power. This can also be used on various other materials such as plastic, metal, wood.
More than 2 years in the original can.
Curing time / flash off time:
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