We are Manufacturer, Supplier, Exporter of PU Clear Lacquers from Pune, Dehu, Maharashtra, India.

TP PU CLEAR LACQUER is two component systems designed to cure at room temperature. It consists of Base component & Hardener component which on mixing cross links to form tough film with outstanding durability, chemical & weather resistance.

Range of Application :

Mainly Automobile Industries, increases aesthetic appeal of paint film, over-coating on metallic finishers.
Besides its excellent gloss & gloss retention properties, it also provides resistance to UV Light as it contains UV absorber. This Lacquer can be suitably applied on properly cured Epoxy Paints, Stoving Enamels, and PU-Paints; faster drying is an added advantage. This makes the system useful for maintenance coatings, structural coating etc. Resistance to Oils, Alcohol, Salty weather, Abrasion & heat make the system ideal for Aircraft finishes, transport finishes & chemical Industries.

Key Properties :

  • Rapid cure at room temp.
  • Excellent gloss & gloss retention
  • Unaffected by splash & spillage of Alcohol
  • Excellent water resistance
  • Excellent Oil & Grease resistance

Features :

Base Polyurethane Resin
Hardener Clear blocked Isocynate system with catalyst
Mixing Ratio Base: Hardener, 3: 1 by Volume
Pot life after mixing base & Hardener 2 - 3 Hrs minimum
Application By Brush, Roller & spray using PU Thinner
Recommended DFT 20 - 30 Microns per coat
Drying Time Surface Dry 40 - 45 minutes
Tack free 2.5 - 3 Hrs.
Hard Dry 14 - 15 Hrs.
Over-coating Interval Minimum 6 - 8 Hrs., Maximum 3 - 4 days
Spreading 14 to 16 Sq Mtr/ Liter
Flash Point Above 22°C
Thinner  PU Thinner.
Shelf Life Minimum 12 months.
Dry Heat Resistance 80-100°C


Ensure that the surface is free form dust & foreign particles. Mix Base component & Hardener component in the ratio 3: 1, thin down to get required viscosity using PU Thinner.

Stability of Hardener :

Once the hardener container is opened, try to consume it immediately, because it reacts with moisture in the atmosphere, which results into gel formation.