Interlux Reducing Solvent 2316N is a fast evaporating solvent to be used in specific two-part polyurethane, perfection, perfection varnish, and epoxy products. Interlux 2316 is the spray thinner for all Interlux Perfection Products (paint and varnish).
Available in Quart and Gallon sizes.
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APPLICATION AND USE
Method Refer to the specific product directions for the amount to be used.
Compatibility/Substrates For use with two-part polyurethanes and epoxy paints.
Specific Gravity 0.833
Volume Solids 0%
Typical Shelf Life 3 yrs
VOC (As Supplied) 834 g/lt
Unit Size 1 US Quart 1 US Gallon
TRANSPORTATION,STORAGE AND SAFETY INFORMATION
TRANSPORTATION: Reducing Solvent 2316N should be kept in securely closed containers during transport and storage.
STORAGE: Exposure to air and extremes of temperature should be avoided. For the full shelf life of Reducing Solvent 2316N to be realised ensure that between use the container is firmly closed and the temperature is between 5 C/40 F and 35 C/95 F. Keep out of direct sunlight.
DISPOSAL: Container Disposal: Triple Rinse (or equivalent). Then offer for recycling or reconditioning, or puncture and dispose of in a sanitary landfill or by other procedures approved by state or local authorities.
Thinners and Solvents
Is 2316n the same as styrene thinner to be used with gelcoat?
The 2316N reducer mixes well with the paint. When using other thinners with the product, I had a problem with the paint not wanting to mix well for spraying.
Two part polyurethanes and gel coat are different chemically so I do not think you should chance a possible negative result. Styrene is an activator for gel coat 2316 is a thinner for a paint that is already activated but needs thinning to spray. 2333n is I remember is for brushing to slow the dry and allow brush strokes to melt away. I hope this helps.
what thinner do i use with 2000e barrier coat?
Jamestown asked me to help you with this but I don't know. I had trouble spraying and I went back to Petit EasyPoxy applied with a foam roller and tipped with a medium cost "split ends" type nylon brush. It came out amazingly well for an amateur job.
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I'm not sure off hand, but if you go to the interlux website there are many links to help you out. Ask the experts is a great resource and they will respond in a very timely manner, usually within the same day. And the advice is current and up to date, as they are real people answering your question. The information is very helpful. The link is "yachtpaint" then just click on you country and you are on your way. I cant enter a url, but put "yachtpaint" between the usuals and you will be all set.Happy painting
According to the manuf data sheetSpray - Solvent 2316N, Brushing - 2333N or YTA920
I would call directly to Interlux and talk with their Tech group. They are very helpful. yacht Paint
what is thee ratio of solvent to Interior finish 750?
You will need to add 5.88 parts base to 1 part curing agent or (100 parts base to 17 parts curing agent), then thin 20-30% with the 2316N, thank you.NathanJD Store(401)253-3840 ex130< a href="http://firstname.lastname@example.org" target="_blank">email@example.com< /a>
I used 20% on the first coat and 15% on the second and obtained great results.
Excellent information gentleman, thank you.NathanJD Store(401)253-3840 ex130< a href="http://firstname.lastname@example.org" target="_blank">email@example.com< /a>
Their data sheet says 0 - 5% of another solvent for brushing or rolling and 20 - 30% of the same for spraying . I used about 10% (1:9) with 2 part Perfection brushed, and it worked fine. IMO the 2316N is nicely compatible with polyurethanes and you have considerable leeway if you adjust to the texture you want.