Ultimax DL-125 Thinner

furniture painting
Ultimax DL-125 Thinner

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DL-125 Thinner is a mixture of volatile organic liquids. It is designed to dilute organic paint materials to a comfortable viscosity suitable for use in furniture manufacture. It is used with 2K Polyurethane and 2K Acrylic systems, with matte and gloss varnishes and enamels. It has a medium thinning consistency, provides good flowability and increases the drying time of paint-and-varnish coating. Excellent for dilution of stains, patinas and bats on an organic basis when painting ring-porous wood. Provides even distribution of dye during application. Can be used to clean paint equipment and degrease metal surfaces. When diluting, strictly follow the manufacturer's recommendations for the preparation of working mixtures. Add the thinner to the work mixture gradually, stirring thoroughly manually or mechanically until a homogeneous consistency is obtained. 

Technical characteristics
  • Color, appearance - colorless clear liquid without turbidity, dehomogenization and visible suspended particles
  • Mass fraction of water by Fischer, %, max - 2
  • Acid value in mg KOH/g, max - 0.6
  • Shelf life - 12 months
  • Evaporation rate - slow
  • Dilution capacity - medium
  • Shagreen/Wave length - medium / medium
  • Temperature of application - from +20°C to +30 C     


Safety and regulation

DL-125 Thinner is toxic. High concentration of its vapors in the air of the working area causes irritation of eyes and respiratory organs. In case of skin contact, it may cause eczema and dermatitis. Any operations with thinners should be carried out outdoors or in a room with through ventilation (forced ventilation). Gloves, respirators, goggles, overalls must be worn and industrial hygiene must be observed. It is a flammable liquid, store it in tightly closed containers, protect it from direct sunlight, away from heating appliances and electrical devices.