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Spray Coating For Automotive
qwikliner   3/10/2012 4:11:00 AM
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QWIK LINER® ALPHA Coat is a 100% solids, two component aliphatic polyurea coating. ALPHA Coat is primarily used for applications that require high UV stability and stronger chemical and corrosion resistance. The ALPHA Coat is ideal for truck beds, marine and industrial applications. Contains no volatile organic compounds (VOC's).
The QWIK LINER® 100% solids linings which are ideal for spray-on bedliners, 4x4's, restoration projects, trailers and containment area, flooring, industrial and marine aplications. The QWIK LINER® system is an easy solution for sprayed-on bedliner repairs and coating jobs.

Spray on Bed Liner with a Low Cost Startup Ideal for Automotive applications,
QWIK Liner is a permanently bonded a protective barrier between your vehicle and the outside environment, protecting your investment from rust, dents, scratches, and chemical corrosion.Unlike drop-in liners that promote payload slippage, and allow moisture and dirt to get trapped underneath causing rust and corrosion, QWIK LINER sets in seconds, conforming to every curve of your vehicle for immediately use. Extend the life of your vehicle and increase the NADA / Blue Book re-sale value with a real sprayed-on bedliner.

Durable, attractive decals are made of a flexible, three-dimensional epoxy dome over the QWIK LINER® logo. Each decal is supplied with permanent adhesive, which will adhere to most smooth surfaces.

PRODUCT Description

The dual cartridge spray gun is pneumatically driven and is designed to dispense the 1:1 100% solids QWIK LINER® coatings held in disposable cartridges.

Basic Specifications:

Low Cost Replacement Parts
Due to the extreme self contained simplicity of the QWIK LINER® system, it has very few replacement parts and the parts that need to be replaced are inexpensive. No need to replace hoses, fittings, pumps or expensive equipment.

QWIK LINER® Spray Gun Specifications

 •  Air Cylinder: 4" Aluminum
 •  Air Valve: Built In Base Of Handle
 •  Length: 21 11/16"
 •  Mixing Tube: Length-11", Mixing Elements-24
 •  Cartridge Size: 750ml x 750ml (51.0 fl. oz.)
 •  Ratio: 1:1
 •  Thrust Force: 1100 lbs. @ 100 PSI
•  Max Air Pressure: 110 PSI
 •  Air Input Fitting: 1/4" Pipe Thread Female
 •  Compressor Requirements: 10 CFM @ 90 PSI
 •  Adjustable Air Regulator
 •  Air Dump Valve Stops Flow Instantly
 •  Reverse Air
 •  Has your machine been down and you've lost revenue?
 •  Have you needed to spray small items but not wanted to start up your high volume spray system?
 •  Have you been called for mobile work but can't easily transport your main system and will be left with nothing at your shop?
Advantages:
 •  100% solids
 •  True polyurea hybrid
 •  Sets up in seconds
 •  Variable texture
 •  No maintenance or cleanup
 •  Use only what you need – spray partial cartridges, save leftovers  for next job



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