Cold enamel for jewelery, two-compounds epoxy, copper glitter color.
“Exclusively for uses not regulated by Legislative Decree No. 161/2006:
Article 3 paragraph 4 “The limit values provided for in Annex II shall not apply to the products listed in Annex I, to be used in activities carried out at authorized facilities and in compliance with Article 275 of Legislative Decree 3 April 2006, n. 152. “
The drying product needs to be mixed with E411 HARDENER FOR FLAT SURFACES and / or NH 411/2172 TIXOTROPIC CATALYZER FOR ROUND SURFACES, obtaining a visually different finish.
Attention: if catalyzed with E 411 floor catalyst, the glitter will settle on the bottom of the decorated area (therefore the piece will be smooth and polished). If catalyzed with NH 411/2172, the glitter will remain suspended (therefore the piece can not be polished or polished).
For further information see the enamel section> INSTRUCTIONS and / or> USE.
Cold enamel is a high-thickness, solvent-free, odorless two-component resin for professional use which, when cured, has the following characteristics: excellent adhesion to glass, hard and elastic-resistant surface, good resistance to alkalis and to acids, good resistance to solvents, good resistance to light.
Transparency and shine: in the transparent version, both neutral and colored, the enamel is presented with transparency and gloss similar to glass.
Hardness and adhesion: enamel has an exceptional adhesion on multiple supports (glass, metal, precious metals, plastics, leather, stones, wood and other natural materials), therefore its use is very wide. Originally, enamel appears and is distinguished by its hardness and brilliance, but it is also possible to obtain it with a variable elasticity up to a softness equal to the rubber while remaining exceptionally bright. This means that it is applicable on both rigid and flexible materials.
Resistance: resistant to scratches, shocks, mechanical pressures, good resistance to light (for the degree of resistance of the individual colors, see the specific technical data sheet).
For other chemical-physical information, see the safety data sheet and the package label.
The enamel can be applied on the piece to be painted, decorated or covered in the following ways: by means of a special dispenser, brush, spatula, sponging, pouring into the mold. It is possible to carry out overprinting by sublimation transfer.
The above techniques are used for the decoration of:
Goldsmithery – Silverware – Costume jewelery – Plaques – Stained glass – Heels and footwear accessories – Glasses – Ornaments – Household items – Christmas items – Chandeliers – Gadgets – Favors – Gift items – Frames – Buttons – Small metal cases and small items.
All glazes, once polymerized (dried), comply with the following standards:
REGULATION CE 1907/2006 (REACH) Annex XVII
concerning the registration, evaluation, authorization and restriction of chemicals.
UNI EN 71 (Safety of toys):
This standard also includes specific requirements for toys for children under 3 years of age, for children under 18 months and for children. The directive was introduced to ensure a higher level of safety for toys and to protect children who use them.
UNI EN 1811: 2011 (Heavy metal release):
The standard regulates the maximum quantity of releasable nickel in contact with the skin from metal objects. The tests carried out guarantee the reliability of the products made.
PRODUCT FOR PROFESSIONAL USE!