Cola®Dry CR-502 EU
Proprietary Polymer Blend
Ceramic Sealant Concentrate
Cola®Dry CR-502 EU is an advanced sealant developed for the car wash and vehicle care industry. This sealant combines state-of-the-art silicone polymers technology for shine and protection and a bonding technology that maximizes the retention of the polymers for high efficiency, low cost, and enhanced durability. ColaDry CR-502 EU will help in the formulation of new “ceramic”† finish products by replacing wax additives in current formulas or by simply diluting or injecting it through a spray bar. It can also be used in a finishing polish in a detailing shop.
The strong protection from the sealant will help to prevent damage caused by acid rain, UV radiation, tree sap, bird droppings, and other surface debris. ColaDry CR-502 EU will prevent dirt and grime from adhering to the car surface and improve overall cleaning time. It can also be used for windshield treatment to generate Rain-X® effect or used as a tire dressing.
Cola®Dry CR-502 EU One-For-All Applications
|Ceramic Sealant||Direct dilution 500-1000:1, or 1/8 to 1/4 oz / gallon per car|
|Total Body Protectant||Direct Dilution 1000-2000:1, or 1/16 to 1/8 oz / gallon per car|
|Clearcoat Protectant||1500-3000:1 with a dilution pump or pre-dilute|
|Drying Agent||1500-3000:1 with a dilution pump or pre-dilute|
|Windshield Rain-X® effect||5-6% for hand wipe / 1-2% in windshield washer|
|Tire Dressing (auto or hand)||Use AS IS or dilute up to 2:1|
Canada (NDSL), US (TSCA), EU (REACH)*, New Zealand (NZIOC)
†“Ceramic” used in this product does not reflect, or indicate in any form, the properties or chemistries in common concept of ceramic materials. A common definition is that a ceramic is any of the various hard, brittle, heat-resistant and corrosion-resistant materials made by shaping and then firing a nonmetallic mineral, such as clay, at a high temperature. Common examples are earthenware, porcelain, and brick. The crystallinity of ceramic materials ranges from highly oriented to semi-crystalline, vitrified, and often completely amorphous (glasses). Cola®Dry CR-502 EU may share some common elements in its chemistry with the components used in ceramic materials, such as forms of oxidized silica.
* Please contact Colonial Chemical, Inc. Regulatory Department for volume coverage.
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