HIGH-TEMP ENGINE PAINT

    Eastwood’s innovative ceramic engine paints set the new standard in high-heat automotive coatings. These advanced engine paints withstand temperatures up to 650°F without delaminating or cracking. A powerful combination of ceramic nano-spheres and high-grade silicones provides exceptional impact, scratch, chip and chemical resistance. Eastwood’s direct-to-metal High-Temp Engine Paints are easy to use and deliver a beautiful factory-correct appearance in any of 20 colors carefully matched to OE standards.

    51615ZP AMC Blue 51624ZP Ford Dark Green
    51616ZP Cat Yellow 51627ZP John Deere Green
    51617ZP Chevy 6 Cyl. Blue 51628ZP Oldsmobile Gold
    51618ZP Chevy Orange 51629ZP Pontiac Light Blue 1959-65
    51619ZP Chrysler Blue 51630ZP Pontiac Metallic Blue 1966-72
    51620ZP Chrysler Hemi Orange 1966-71 51631ZP Universal Aluminum
    51621ZP Chrysler Red / Ford Red 51632ZP Universal Gloss Black
    51622ZP Chrysler Big Block Turquoise 1962-71 51633ZP Universal Cast Iron Gray
    51623ZP Ford Dark Blue 1966-80 51634ZP Universal Gloss Red

     

    SAFETY
    This product was designed for and is intended solely for use by trained professionals. Read all warning statements and heed all recommended safety precautions before proceeding.

    DO NOT USE THIS SYSTEM WITHOUT SUFFICIENT VENTILATION. Users must wear appropriate, properly fitted NIOSH-approved activated charcoal cartridge respirator if a forced fresh-air system is not available. Always wear eye and face protection, as well as gloves and protective clothing. Do not use this product, or be exposed to spray mist / vapors if you have respiratory problems. See Material Safety Data Sheet for more complete safety information. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN AND PETS.

    This product may be mixed with other components. Once mixed, this system will have hazards of all components. Read warnings on all packages before opening.

     

    SURFACE PREPARATIONS
    Prepare surface to be painted by cleaning and ensuring it is free of debris, greases, oils and corrosion using Eastwood’s PRE(10041Z or 10194ZP). Once sufficiently cleaned, abrade all surfaces to be coated for adhesion purposes, then reclean to remove all sanding debris and any other surface contaminants which may remain.

     

    MIXING RATIO
    Eastwood’s High-Temp Engine Paints are packaged ready for use. For further improved sprayability, flow and leveling (especially in warmer temperatures), paint may be reduced by up to 10% with a high-quality urethane-grade reducer.

    For even greater durability and chemical resistance with a faster dry time and throughcure, blend High-Temp Engine Paint with Eastwood’s 4:1 Urethane Activator (21845ZP). Mix four parts Engine Paint to one part Activator and stir well.

    NOTE: Due to the density of the ceramic nano-particles, can should be shaken and stirred well before using.

     

    APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS
    High-Temp Engine Paint may be spray applied, or brushed onto the surface.

    Apply in two medium wet coats, waiting at least 20 minutes between coats. If waiting more than four hours between coats, then wait at least 24 hours prior to recoating. If the optional activator was used and more than 24 hours have passed since previous coat was applied, surface must be scuffed prior to application of a new coat. Ideal painting conditions are low humidity and surface temperatures of 70°F. Curing times will vary depending on temperature, humidity, and the use of optional Urethane Activator.

    DO NOT APPLY IF ANY UNDERHOOD PARTS ARE WARM TO THE TOUCH.

    DO NOT APPLY TO EXHAUST MANIFORLDS OR HEADERS.

     

    CLEANUP
    Make sure all containers are sealed tightly immediately after each use. Gun and equipment may be cleaned with a Gun Wash or other appropriate solvent.

     

    MORE INFO
    The Eastwood Company
    263 Shoemaker Road
    Pottstown, PA 19464
    Toll free: (800) 343-1178
    Fax: (610) 323-6269
    www.eastwood.com