Protect wood speaker cabinets and road cases with Acry-Tech's #1 cabinet coating...DuraTex! It dries to the touch in under three hours, creating a beautiful, weather-resistant finish.
- The #1 speaker cabinet coating for touring cabinets and road cases
- Easy application with a Hopper Gun or HVLP Pressure pot spray system
- Creates a scratch and weather-resistant finish
- Safe, non-toxic formulation that dries in 3 hours
- 4,25kg can cover up to 9 square meter
DuraTex Spray Grade 4,25kg Speaker Cabinet Coating
DuraTex is the #1 speaker cabinet coating, designed to beautify and protect wood speaker cabinets and road cases. Super-easy to apply, DuraTex adheres tremendously to wood and other substrates.
The self-priming formulation eliminates the need for a multi-step finish. DuraTex requires no special primers making application easy with a Hopper Gun or HVLP Pressure pot spray system. It is waterbased, so cleanup is simple and needs NO solvents. DuraTex's non-toxic, proprietary blend of high-tech polymers and low volatile organic compounds quickly dries to the touch within three hours (completely curing in about seven days), creating a tough, water-resistant finish.
Adding multiple coats of DuraTex to a cabinet or case increases the strength and weather-resistance of the surfaces. DuraTex is also easy to clean and maintain, the finish looks brand new even after years of abuse!
Apply spray grade by Hopper Gun, Pressure Pot HVLP or airless spray system in a complete even coat to the entire surface to completely seal and protect the surface. Once the base coat is dry, apply a spray texture coat by lowering the air break-up pressure. Spray pressures will be dependent on the type of spray equipment being used. Test the spray application technique first on a piece of cardboard and note pressure settings needed to accomplish the finish desired. Typical pressure pot base coat application uses only 15# of fluid pressure and 30# of air pressure. Texturing uses 20# of fluid pressure and only 5-10# of air pressure.
Higher air pressure = smaller dots. Lower air pressure produces larger dots. Higher fluid pressure + Higher air pressure produces a smoother, orange peel surface. Multiple color spatters create a “stone look” finish!
Allow all materials to dry thoroughly through air drying or forced drying in a baking oven. Do not exceed temperatures of 150°F for drying. Heating speeds up the curing process of DuraTex® but normal air drying will accomplish the same finished result over time. (Oven heating is optional, but facilitates rapid production throughput.) Do not apply this product to damp surfaces or when surface temperature is or will be below 60°F. and when Relative Humidity is above 70%.