Raptor Black 1 Litre Kit UP001 >

Raptor Black 1 Litre Kit
Raptor Black 1 Litre Kit Raptor Black 1 Litre Kit

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U-POL Raptor Product

Part Code: UP001

£31.96

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Description:

Raptor 1L Black Kit

Raptor is a tough protective coating that can be used for many applications.
It is resistant to scratches, damage, fuel, oil, and salt. It also protects against rust, stains, corrosion, and extreme temperatures. It can be used for many applications including as a load bed liner, as an under seal coating, on roll or sidebars, in wheel arches, or in the chassis and other parts to name a few.

Supplied ready to use from a schutz or HVLP Gun, roller or brush
Coverage - 1 coat 2.5-7.5 M2 depending on texture

RAPTOR has passed flammability testing for motor vehicles according to the test methods FMVSS 302, ISO 3795 & BS AU 169A.

DURABLE
Tough mechanical damage and stain resistant surface, against rust, corrosion and extreme temperatures

UV RESISTANT
Delivers the highest level of fade protection

WATERPROOF
Watertight seal, keeping moisture out and eliminating the chance for rust

SOUND DEADENER
Reduces noise and vibrations due to flexibility

RESISTANT
Fuels, hydraulic oils, animal urine, salt water and more

QUICK & EASY TO USE
Fill-Shake-Shoot.
No spray booth required
Dries quickly
Can be applied with Schutz Gun, HVLP gun, roller or brush

Quality:

Top Quality

Weight:

1.4000 kg

Product Questions

Hi, I am looking at this to cover the area directly above the side door on my T4. It gets scratched and scuffed loading my kayaks on.

I don't have a spray gun so was wondering if the roller application would work and if so what type of roller is recommended.?
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Question by: Jamie on 4 Jul 2017 09:42:00
Hi Jamie. Yes you can use a roller. Some of us staff went on a training day and had a play with Raptor. We used rollers on that day to paint a splitter to see the effects you can achieve. We used smooth foam rollers, these gave the smoothest roller finish, but you can also use the fluffy ones or the stiff/hard foam ones. These give a more coase/textured finish. Its great stuff and once hardened fully you wont be able to scratch it with kayaks easily, after a week i tried to key the wing i had painted on our training day to see if it was as durable as we were told and it wouldnt scratch at all and didnt leave a mark.
Answer by: Anna R (Admin) on 4 Jul 2017 10:39:00
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