Is there anyone here using Glasurit 55 ? How is it and is it match voc standard in Canada? Thx
Color match is great, as far as VOC regulations I’m not sure if 55 line passes even with 10% hardener which does cut down the VOC emissions. But this is for production collision shops primarily, some restoration and custom painters still use it in Ontario this I am sure of.
thx for reply! The supplier told me It’s not compliant solvent paint but people still using it.and it cost $18000 to set them up. So I have no idea which brand should go with.
Your supplier is right, a full setup of toners,lids,scale,computer,etc is a lot of money. But provided you will have a product usage at a certain level, it would warrant them installing a system on consignment at least. As far as VOC, take a look at the onyx low VOC solvent if you want to stay with basf
It doesn’t have to be basf, I have ppg ehp and I want solvent for quick job lol
I don’t understand how people are still getting this product in Canada, is it not the old solvent system? As far as I know it should no longer be available up here.
For a good solvent system that is compliant in Canada,check out Axalta’s Cromax Mosiac.
Do you have contact number for that in Toronto?how is that color match?and price?
Any Axalta dealer in Toronto should be able to set you up with a demo. Check it out let us know what you think of it.
I use mosaic. Some colors are very transparent and the color match is not the best. I order paint mixed by the jobber. I’m in Toronto as well. We were using Keystone in North York. I would have a rep come and scan anything that I needed a good color match. It was still hit or miss.
I don’t spray enough to justify a mixing bank. The metallic control is good, blending is good.
No jobber should be able to sell high voc products here.
I would like to try basf solvent.
im in Markham.i have try valspar
Pro spray and omni yesterday,but no one is match good .
Onyx is cousins to glasurit 90-lone waterborne except it can be mixed as a low VOC solvent. Same toners, different binders
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