PPG introduces new spot panel repairs primer surfacer

PPG introduces new spot and panel repairs primer surfacer

6:06 AM, 13th August 2015
PPG introduces new spot and panel repairs primer surfacer

STRONGSVILLE, US: PPG Industries Inc's automotive refinish business has announced that deltron DPS3105 v-prime quick prime urethane surfacer, a gray speed primer designed for spot and panel repairs, is now available. The new primer surfacer offers outstanding film build, fast dry-to-sand times and excellent resistance to film shrinkage.

“DPS3105 is a valuable addition to the Deltron brand. It provides PPG customers with fast air-dry performance for excellent cycle-time efficiency with high-quality results. Production-focused collision centre carrying out premium-level refinish work will appreciate this new product’s capabilities,” said Jennifer Boros, PPG marketing director, collision segment.

According to Boros, DPS3105 features dry-to-sand times of as little as 30 minutes and a high film build of 2.0-2.5 dry mils per coat. The primer is easy to apply and sand. It is rollable, can be wet-sanded and enables direct application of a basecoat. DPS3105 can be used with deltron DCX3030 hardener and the new DCX3035 high temperature hardener.

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