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Interlux Pro Guard Ablative Antifouling

SKU # ILX-NAU990-1.1

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SKUSizePaint ColorRetail PriceOur PriceSavings 
ILX-NAU990-1GallonBlue$154.73$89.74You Save 42%
ILX-NAU992-1GallonRed$154.73$89.74You Save 42%
ILX-NAU993-1GallonBlack$154.73$89.74You Save 42%

ProGuard Ablative is performance, value and reliability all in one. ProGuard Ablative is an all-purpose, low V.O.C. antifouling paint formulated to erode away with use reducing paint build-up. ProGuard Ablative provides season-long protection in moderate to high fouling waters and can be applied directly over most properly prepared antifouling paints. Recommended for use on the underwater areas of fiberglass, wood, and properly primed metal (except aluminum) boat hulls and can be used in fresh, salt and brackish waters.

  • Reliable performance at an excellent value
  • Reduced paint build-up
  • Season-long protection in moderate to high fouling waters
  • Compatible over most antifouling paints
  • Low V.O.C.

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  • Black (ILX-NAU993-1)
  • Blue (ILX-NAU990-1)
  • Red (ILX-NAU992-1)
Specifications
Manufacturer Interlux Paint
Number of Seasons Single Season
Hull Material Fiberglass, Steel, Wood
How to Apply

APPLICATION DATA METHOD: Airless Spray, Brush, Conventional Spray, Roller

NUMBER OF COATS: 2, 3 on bare wood

DRY FILM THICKNESS PER COAT: 2 mils (3.6 mils wet)

COVERAGE: 455 sq. ft/gal.

APPLICATION TEMP: 41°F Min. / 95°F Max.

THINNER: Thin 10% wuth Xylene. Do not exceed 10 % by volume.

DRY TIMES:
Temp To Touch To Recoat To Launch
95°F 1 HR 8 HR 8 HR
73°F 2 HR 12 HR 12 HR
50°F 3 HR 16 HR 16 HR

PREVIOUSLY PAINTED SURFACES - GOOD CONDITION: Remove all traces of loose paint by sanding the entire surface with 80 grit wet-or-dry sandpaper; wipe surface clean with Xylene¹ using the two-rag method before and after sanding. Apply two coats of ProGuard Ablative allowing for appropriate dry times.

PREVIOUSLY PAINTED SURFACES - POOR CONDITION: Completely remove old antifouling paint, after all old antifouling paint has been completely removed, sanding  the entire surface with 80 grit wet-or-dry sandpaper; wipe surface clean with Xylene¹ using the two-rag method before and after sanding. Apply two coats of ProGuard  Ablative allowing for appropriate dry times.

BARE FIBERGLASS: scrub the surface thoroughly with a stiff brush using soap and water. Flush with fresh water to remove the soap residue and allow surface to dry. Remove mold release wax and surface contamination by wiping down the surface with Xylene¹ using the two-rag method. Fill any surface imperfections with   approved filler for underwater use. Sand the entire surface with 80-grit sandpaper until a flat matte finish is obtained. Wipe the sanding residue off the surface with Xylene¹ using the two-rag method. Apply two coats of ProGuard Ablative allowing for appropriate dry times.

 

BARE WOOD: Sand the entire surface with 80 grit wet-or-dry sandpaper; wipe surface clean with Xylene¹ using the two-rag method before and after  sanding. Apply the first coat of ProGuard Ablative thinned 10% with Xylene². Apply two finish coats of ProGuard Ablative allowing for appropriate dry times

UNDERWATER METALS: Apply an approved underwater metal primer as per manufacturer’s instructions. Apply two coats of ProGuard Ablative allowing for appropriate dry times. Do not use on aluminum

APPLICATION METHODS: 

Mixing: Stir well before use.
Cleaner: Acetone or Xylene¹
Thinning: Thin 10% with Xylene² Do not exceed 10% by volume.
Ventilation and Humidity Control: Apply in dry, well ventilated conditions.
 
Roller: Use a 3/8" nap solvent resistant roller.
Airless Spray: Tip Size: 0.53-0.66 mm/21-26 thou. Pressure: 170-204 bar/2500-3000 psi.
Conventional Spray: Pressure Pot: Tip Size: 1.8-2.2 mm/70-85 thou. Pressure: 4.08-4.76
bar/60-70 psi (gun pressure); 10-15 psi (pot pressure).
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