New Product Announcement: ACE Coating System


United Kingdom-based independent paint manufacturer HMG Paints Ltd. recently announced the release of its new two-component, high solids polyurethane system for the Agricultural and Construction Equipment (ACE) market. The CFB 2K System can reportedly be used wet on wet, and has been formulated for excellent sanding properties, adhesion and corrosion protection on steel substrates.

According to the emailed release, alongside the primer, the system’s topcoat produces a high gloss finish with excellent gloss retention. It also provides resistance to chemical and atmospheric attack, which HMG notes is ideal for demanding environments.

“The superior anti-corrosive properties and excellent durability of our new CFB System, prevents corrosion in all conditions, creating extended time to first maintenance, which provides a huge benefit to customers who adopt the system,” commented Danny Cleary, HMG Sales Director, on the new development.

The system can be applied using a compliant spray gun, pressure pot or airless/air-assisted. The primer and topcoat also utilize the same hardener and thinners to reduce cost and stock holding for the applicator.

As a high-solids product, CFB 2K is reported to significantly reduce VOC emissions during production and application. CFB is available in a wide range of colors, using HMG’s new ColourBase Colour Box that features 2,400 color chips displayed in chromatic order within 20 fan decks.

The company reports that the system is the ideal coatings solution for use on transport and haulage equipment, trailers, slurry tanks, site dumpers, earth moving equipment and other machinery and equipment. Currently, the CFB 2K system is available nationwide via HMG’s network of distributors.


Tagged categories: Asia Pacific; Coating Materials; Coatings; Corrosion protection; EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa); High solid coatings; HMG Paints Ltd.; Latin America; New Product Spotlight; North America; Polyurethane; Primers; Steel; Topcoats; Z-Continents

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