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GMNA - 9986308

Sealer, Low Bake, Paintable, Global Ultralight

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Organization: GMNA
Publication Date: 1 October 2014
Status: active
Page Count: 3
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This specification details the requirements of a low bake paintable Global ultralight sealer. The material is applied in the paint shop after E-Coat bake and before the application of primer surfacer. This material must be capable of being either flow brushed or robotically applied and is intended to seal interior and exterior body joints against water, dust, air intrusion and corrosion. The material must be compatible with primer surfacer and topcoat systems and bakes with resulting high appearance requirements.

Material Description. The material must be a smooth and homogeneous mixture free of air, lumps, unmixed particles or foreign materials. It must be capable of being dispensed with approved and validated standard production displacement pumping and robotic application equipment as follows: Single point streaming, flat streaming, swirl, manual tip and flow brushing. It must not have a noxious or toxic odor in either the uncured or cured state. In addition, the material must not adversely affect personnel handling it.

The material must adhere to all approved production E-Coat substrates. It must have good durability and not accelerate the resting of steel over which it is applied.

Symbols. Not applicable.

Applicability. Vehicle seam sealing in Paint Shop.

Document History

9986308
October 1, 2014
Sealer, Low Bake, Paintable, Global Ultralight
This specification details the requirements of a low bake paintable Global ultralight sealer. The material is applied in the paint shop after E-Coat bake and before the application of primer...
July 1, 2009
Sealer, Low Bake, Paintable, Global Ultralight
This specification details the requirements of a low bake paintable Global ultralight sealer. The material is applied in the paint shop after E-Coat bake and before the application of primer...

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