Buy Interlux Pacifica Plus Antifouling Marine Paint For Sale Online.
Interlux Pacifica Plus Antifouling Marine Paint For Sale Online.
Interlux Pacifica antifouling paint is specially designed to battle slime and contains Econea to help ward off barnacles, algae, and other underwater organisms. It is formulated with a dual biocide antifouling that uses Biolux Slime Blocking technology.
Interlux Pacifica is easy to apply with a roller or brush. The overall performance and protection provided by Interlux Pacifica are directly related to the amount of antifouling paint applied. A thin layer may lead to premature fouling. A thicker layer will protect your boat much longer. Interlux Pacifica is safe to use for both fresh and saltwater applications and is safe for all boats including aluminum, wood, fiberglass, and steel.
Interlux Pacifica uses Econea technology, which is a copper-replacement technology. It allows antifouling performance to work at very low concentrations. It is safer for use on aluminum, unlike its Copper Oxide counterparts. Once emitted from paint film, it breaks down quickly. It is formulated to protect against more severe organisms.
- Copper-free bottom paint
- Contains Econea™ to control shell growth and Biolux® Slime-Blocking technology
- Clean, crisp, bright colors
- High solids, reduced solvent emissions
- Fast dry, low odor
- Polishing action for improved fuel efficiencies, which equals reduced Carbon Dioxide and Sulfur Dioxide into the air
- Suitable for all substrates, including aluminum
- Finish: Low Sheen
- Application Area: Below the waterline
- Number of Coats: 2-3
- VOC: 330 g/lt
- Unit Size: 1 US Gallon
- Colors Available: YBB260-Blue, YBB262-Red, YBB263-Black
Interlux Special Thinner: For thinning – do not exceed 10% per volume
***WILL SHIP GROUND ONLY TO THE CONTIGUOUS 48 STATES ONLY***
How To Apply Interlux Pacifica Plus
Interlux Pacifica Plus is suitable for use on all boats including fiberglass, aluminum, wood, and steel. This antifouling paint can be applied by airless spray, brush, conventional spray, or roller. Only apply Pacifica Plus to clean, dry, and properly prepared surfaces only. All metal surfaces must be primed before applying Pacifica Plus.
- Application Method: Airless Spray, Brush, Conventional Spray, Roller
- Number of Coats: 2
- Dry Film Thickness per Coat: 2 mils (3 mils wet)
- Coverage: 528 sq. ft/gal.
- Application Temp: 41°F Min. / 95°F Max.
- Thinner: Special Thinner 216
|Temp||To Touch||To Recoat||To Launch|
|95°F||1 HR||2 HR||4 HR|
|73°F||2 HR||4 HR||6 HR|
|50°F||3 HR||6 HR||9 HR|
PREVIOUSLY PAINTED SURFACES:
In Good Condition with Pacifica or Trilux 33
- Sand with 80 (grit) grade paper. Wipe with Special Thinner 216.
- If these coatings are more than a year old, wet sand the surface with 80 (grit) grade paper to a clean, firmly attached surface. Wipe down with Special Thinner 216.
- Apply 1-2 coats of TBT Sealer.
- Non-TBT Copolymers: Apply 1 coat of Primocon.
- Hard Antifoulings: Sand surface with 80 grade (grit) paper to a clean firmly attached surface, wipe with Special Thinner 216.
- Apply Pacifica Plus.
In Poor Condition
- Remove antifouling paint in poor condition with Interstrip Semi-Paste 299E.
- Sand and wipe clean with Fiberglass Solvent Wash 202.
- Begin by scrubbing the surface thoroughly with a stiff brush using soap and water to remove loose dirt and contamination. Flush with fresh water to remove the soap residue.
- Remove mold release wax using one of the following methods:
- Apply Fiberglass Surface Prep YMA601 or Low VOC Fiberglass Solvent Wash 202V with a maroon, 3M Scotch-Brite® pad and scrub well.
- Flush with fresh water or wipe off with a clean, wet cloth ensuring that no traces of Fiberglass Surface Prep or Low VOC Fiberglass Solvent Wash remain.
- An alternate method would be to dampen cheesecloth with Fiberglass Solvent Wash 202.
- Wipe thoroughly to remove all surface contamination and cleaners. Wipe off with a clean, dry rag before liquid dries.
- Wipe only a few square feet at a time and change rags frequently.
- To be certain the contamination has been removed, run water over the surface. If the water beads up or separates, repeat one of the above methods.
- When the water sheets off, all contamination has been removed.
- Repair all scratches, nicks and dings by sanding those areas with 80 grade (grit) paper.
- Remove sanding residue with Fiberglass Solvent Wash 202.
- Fill the repair areas with Interlux® Watertite Epoxy filler.
- No Sand System
- Clean surface as above. Apply one coat of Interlux Interprotect 2000E.
- When the Interprotect 2000E is thumbprint tacky apply the first coat of Pacifica Plus.
- Apply the second coat of Pacifica Plus allowing the appropriate dry times between coats.
- Sanding System
- Clean surface as above. Sand entire gel coat well with 80-grit sandpaper until a flat, matte finish is obtained.
- Wipe surface clean. Repair imperfections with Interlux® Watertite (YAV135). Sand and wipe clean.
- Sand with 80 grade (grit) paper. Clean with Special Thinner 216.
- Apply first coat reduced 10% with Special Thinner 216.
- Fill seams, if necessary, with Seam Compound Brown 30.
- Contact the Interlux Technical Service Department at 1-800-468-7589 for full information.
- Sandblast or sand with medium grade (grit) emery cloth to a bright metal finish and wipe clean.
- Apply one coat of Interprotect 2000E that has been thinned 15-20% with Reducing Solvent 2316N.
- Apply the Interprotect the same day as blasting or sanding. FACTORY FINISHED ALUMINUM Prime with Primocon.
- At least 2 coats should be applied. Apply an extra stripe coat in areas of high wear such as chines, rudders, sterngear and any leading edges.
- Apply to clean, dry, properly prepared surfaces only. Surface must be dry and clean, and free from grease, loose paint etc.
- Do not apply Pacifica Plus directly to aluminum. All metal surfaces must be primed with Interprotect 2000E/2001E or Primocon.
- Do not apply direct to tin-based paint such as Micron® 33, Micron® 44 or Tri-Lux® IIT.
- Airless Spray Pressure: 170-204 bar/2500-3000 psi. Tip Size: 0.53 mm/0.021″
- Conventional Spray Pressure: 3.44-4.47 bar/50-65 psi (gun pressure); 10-15 psi (pot pressure). Tip Size: 1.8-2.2 mm/0.071-0.087″
- Thinning Do not exceed 10% maximum.
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