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Kremlin HP 605/7
Recently i bought an older Kremlin plural component system (PU2200) at auction. That system was fitted with a paint heater (HP 60) after reading some technical sheets on the product i still a bit confused if i can actually use it with 2K urethanes, i understand that it should be placed outside the booth.
If i can actually use it what would be a good temperature to use on 2K urethanes?
first off, the heater is not explosion proof so i would keep it away from the spray booth, second, i would not recommend a heater after the two components are mixed that will accelerate the curing process and most likely cause the mat6erial to harden in the lines, prematurely, if your shop is very cold i might risk using the heater on the base side to maybe 75 degrees but typically most base materials are not that heavy to begin with but using a heater year round helps you keep consistent base side material
be sure to use a high quality solvent when flushing the lines and i would not recommend reclaimed solvent as a lot of them contain water
not so much of an issue if you are using an acid type catalyst