Hesse PU Multicoat lacquer DE 4572x(gloss level)

  • Light-fast 
  • Can be sanded by machine
  • Formulated with light protection 
  • Good hold on vertical surfaces

Two-component PU acrylic resin lacquer, light-fast, high-build, can be mechanically sanded and formulated with light protection. A multicoat lacquer for base and top coats with very good hold on vertical surfaces. This product can be used on bleached wood. This PU multicoat lacquer is free from phthalate plasticisers and suitable as a coating for children's toys.
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Fields of application

For all interior fixtures and fittings, including in high demand areas such as kitchens and bathrooms. This PU multicoat lacquer is ideally suited for open-pored and semi-porous lacquer structures.

Technical specifications

Appearance colourless
Density series kg/l 0.91 - 0.914
Flow time (+/- 15 %) 29 s / DIN 53211 - 4 mm
Form of delivery fluid
Non-volatile content series % 24 - 25
VOC EU % 75.419998 %
Number of coats (max) 3
Amount per layer (minimum) 100 g/m²
Amount per layer (max) 150 g/m²
Total application volume 450 g/m²
Mixing ratio (by volume) 10 : 1 PUR Hardener DR 4077
Mixing ratio (gravimetric) 100 : 10 PUR Hardener DR 4077

Information on use

Usage time 8 h / 20 °C
Pot life 1 h / 20 °C
Drying 2 h / 20 °C
Stackable after > 16 h / 20 °C
Complete drying 7 d / 20 °C
Surface preparation Clean, dry wood, dependent upon wood type and method of application.
Substrate sanding grits from-to 150 - 180
Lacquer sanding (grit) from - to 320 - 400

After sufficient drying and intermediate sanding  with almost all Hesse PU lacquers.

Yield per coat 6 - 9 m²/l

The spreading rate is heavily dependent on the type of application. The specifications relate to a liter of ready-for-use product, if necessary including hardener and thinner.
Storage temperature 16 - 25 °C
Working temperature 20 °C
Particular instructions

Employ the dull matt characteristics of the series only as a one-step coating rather than as a multicoat lacquer! The PU multicoat lacquer is suitable for final lacquering with Hesse PU coloured lacquers and this provides the desired metal marking resistance.

General instructions on workmanship PU lacquers should not be applied and dried at material and room-temperatures below 18 °C and 40 % RH. Ideal values are: 20 - 25 °C, 50 - 65 % RH. Deviations will result in drying or hardening errors. In order to avoid adhesion problems, please sand the PU lacquered surfaces before applying fresh lacquer and apply lacquer to the sanded surfaces as soon as possible. Old lacquer and hardener mixtures affect the surface quality (adhesion/resistance). Freshly bleached substrates must undergo intermediate drying for at least 48 h at 20 °C before coating with suitable PU lacquers. If stored correctly (at least 20 °C room temperature), the final hardness of the coating is achieved after a week.
Please apply a test coat under real conditions!

Interior restaurant fittings in natural beech, open-pored, semi matt
Wood sanding: 120 - 180 grit (dust removal)
Basecoat: 1 x 100 - 150 g/m² Hesse PU Multicoat lacquer DE 45724, mixing ratio (by volume) 10 : 1 with PU Hardener DR 4077
Drying: at least 2 h / 20 °C
Lacquer sanding: 320 - 400 grit (dust removal)
Top coat: 1 x 100 - 150 g/m² Hesse PU Multicoat lacquer DE 45724, mixing ratio (by volume) 10 : 1 with PU Hardener DR 4077
Packable: after at least 16 h / 20 °C

Material Safety Data Sheets


Our technical information is continually adapted to keep up to date with the latest technology and statutory regulations. The latest version is always available online at www.hesse-lignal.de or talk to your local account manager. This information is for advice and is based on the best knowledge available and careful research in line with the current state of the art. This information cannot be held as legally binding. We also refer you to our terms and conditions of business. Safety data sheet is provided in accordance with EC regulation no. 1907/2006.