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Volkswagen Golf Service & Repair Manual: Spray wax (spraying wax) -D 322 100 M2

Designation:
Spray wax (spraying wax) -D 322 100 M2-
Issued 01.2011
Product description
Spray wax (spraying wax) -D 322 100 M2- is a long-term anti-corrosion agent. The product forms a light-brow, waxy film when dry. Due to its hardness, spray wax offers good protection against mechanical stress.
Technical data sheet, spray wax -D 322 100 M2-
Application
The material is used primarily in automotive applications but may be used as temporary anti-corrosion protection for tools and machines.
Spray wax does not attack car finishes and adheres to nearly all substrates.
  Note
Before using, read the safety measures and recommendations in the safety data sheet.
Even for products which are not required by law to be labelled, the usual safety measures for chemical products must be observed.
Application
Bring spray wax to ambient temperature (16-20 °C).
Shake the aerosol can briefly before using.
The surfaces to be treated (underbody, wheel housings, insides of doors) must be dry and free of grease or dust.
Apply spray wax at a distance of 20-30 cm evenly in a cross pattern.
  Caution
Do not spray onto joints, engine, propshaft, exhaust, catalytic converter or brake system.
Technical data
   
Base Wax mixture
Colour light brown/transparent
Type of film hard, waxy
Density 0.735 g/cmі
Solids content 35.4 %
Flashpoint of active ingredient 29 °C
Flashpoint of spray < -20
Recommended coat thicknesses 50 µm wet
Drying time Approx. 30 min
Thermal stability 105 °C
Remove with Mineral spirits
Working temperature +16 °C to +20 °C
Propellant (aerosol) Propane, butane
Aerosol storage cool and dry < 50 °C
Warning Highly flammable
Container 500 ml
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