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TURBINE ENGINE CLEANER

YELLOW/GREEN
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CLEANER
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PTC-2003C
PTC-2003C
TURBINE ENGINE CLEANER

TURBINE ENGINE CLEANER
Part Number: PTC-2003C
Military Specification: MIL-PRF-85704C TYII & TYIII

PTC-2003C is the concentrate version of PTI’s Turbine engine gas path cleaner  MIL-PRF-85704C TYII & TYIII. This product has been formulated as an aqueous cleaner, concentrate for “off-line” (crank wash) and “on-line” (fired wash) cleaning of turbine engines. This cleaner also works well with prop engines. THIS IS A COMPLETELY 0 VOC CLEANER.

PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
PTI PART NUMBER
PTC-2003C
PRODUCT TYPE:
CLEANER
COLOR:
YELLOW/GREEN
BMS SPECIFICATION:
None
MIL-SPEC:
MIL-PRF-85704C TYII & TYIII
OTHER SPECIFICATIONS
None
UNIT SIZE
None

Extended Description

PT-402 Acid Etching Primer, when properly reduced with PT-1045 Reducer, meets and exceeds MIL-C-8514C.PT-402 is a polyvinyl butyral zinc chromate formulation that may be used to prime all plain or plated metallic surfaces. Priming surfaces with PT-402 Acid Etching Primer prior to priming with epoxy primer MIL-PRF23377or by itself will ensure maximum adhesion and protection of all bake or air-dry finish coats (including lacquerfinish coats). The finely ground emulsions of zinc chromate pigments, resins and phosphoric acid hardeners are virtually non-settling. Once applied, the Acid Etching Primer requires no sanding and has a pot life of 8 hours. Extreme humidity can affect the bonding of the coating.

SPECIFICATIONS

  • DOD-P-15328D
  • MIL-C-8514C / PT-1045 Reducer

COLORS

This coating can be provided Yellow and Green.

COATING PROPERTIES & CHARACTERISTICS

  • Mix Ratio: by volume 4 part Base to 1 part Catalyst by volume
  • Reducer: PTI-1045 reduce, 1 part paint to 2 – 3 parts reducer
  • Recommended Dry Film Thickness: 0.2 mil
  • Admixed Viscosity: 14 seconds, max #4 Ford
  • Admixed Weight: per Gallon 11.5 lbs.
  • Theoretical Coverage: 1600 sq. ft.²/gal.Pot Life 8 hoursCoatings VOC Below 340 g/L

SHELF LIFE

Shelf life is only applicable for materials stored in unopened and undamaged original factory filled containers.1 year when stored between 50⁰-85⁰ Fahrenheit.

SURFACE PREPARATION INSTRUCTIONS

  • Scuff the surface with scotch bright pads.
  • Dust off the surface with an air hose and wand.
  • Wipe of the substrate with IPA or Acetone to remove grime and oils
  • Remove all remaining dust and debris by lightly wiping the substrate with a tack or “cheese” cloth

MIXING INSTRUCTIONS

  • Shake component A in a paint shaker for 5 – 10 minutes for optimal results.
  • Admix by volume:
  • 1. Stir or shake both component “A” and “B” well before mixing
  • 2. Add 4 parts of Component “A” to 1 part of Component “B” by volume and stir thoroughly. Stir each well before mixing.
  • 3. Reduce with PT-1045. Dilution ratio is 1 part admixed primer to 2 – 3 parts PT-1045.4. Mix only an amount that can be used in one day.

APPLICATION

This product can be applied using conventional air spray equipment, HVLP spray system. Please consult with a PTI representative for specific equipment recommendations and settings.

  • 1. Make sure pots, guns, and lines are purged and cleaned.
  • 2. Mix both base and catalyst thoroughly and filter/strain before spray application.
  • 3. HVLP Spray Pressure: 7-10psi. Convention spray equipment 15-30psi
  • 4. Always air-blow and tack wipe the surfaces to be painted. Aircraft should be grounded to prevent static.
  • 5. Best application results: apply 1 fog/tack coat at 0.2 mil thickness.
  • 6. Recommended Dry Film Thickness is 0.2 mils.

NOTE: Application of PTI products requires the use of all OSHA approved safety equipment, including proper ventilation. Additionally, PTI products require the recommended temperature/humidity conditions and film thickness ranges for optimal performance. The material, hangar, and aircraft skin temperatures should be no lower than 75⁰ F / 25⁰ C before, during and after application.DRYING & CURING SCHEDULEDry times are based on the dry film thickness of 0.2 mils (25-50 microns).

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