• Latent Yellow Chartreuse

When you want a Fluorescent Yellow, this is the one, coloured between Yellow & Green with a resemblance to the French liqueur of the same name. The final colour is developed from applying a clear activator, to achieve full effect we recommend Clear 1428.  The inherent properties of the Latent system provides a much higher tolerance of film thickness variation, resulting in a much more consistent colour and a virtually non-existent window pane effect.

  • Anyone for tennis, this is the colour of neon tennis balls
  • The Latent Range from HMG is possibly the easiest of 2 coat systems to apply
  • You can tailor the effect of these Latent colours by choosing from different clear, tinted & sparkle topcoats

Latent colours are available in the following 3 flavours

  • Latent Metallics - mimicking a candy over metallic base, either flat or sparkling
  • Latent Chromes - mimicking a candy over super high chrome base
  • Latent Fluorescents - mimicking a neon over white system


At a Glance:

  • Epoxy Polyester
  • Curing schedule: 10 minutes @ 180C metal temperature
  • Sheen: Semi Gloss 60-70 GU
  • Recommended dry film thickness: 60-80 microns
  • A clear top coat is required for the colour to develop
  • Colour durability (direct sunlight): Very Good


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Latent Yellow Chartreuse

  • Product Code: 4971
  • Availability: In Stock
  • £25.38

  • Inc VAT: £30.46

  • 1-19 Kgs
    £25.38
  • 20-99 Kgs
    £16.92
  • 100+ Kgs
    £15.51




Latent Yellow Chartreuse



  • £30.46

  • Ex Tax: £25.38
    • Product Code: 4971
    • Availability: In Stock
Discounts:
  • 1-19 Kgs
    £25.38
  • 20-99 Kgs
    £16.92
  • 100+ Kgs
    £15.51


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When you want a Fluorescent Yellow, this is the one, coloured between Yellow & Green with a resemblance to the French liqueur of the same name. The final colour is developed from applying a clear activator, to achieve full effect we recommend Clear 1428.  The inherent properties of the Latent system provides a much higher tolerance of film thickness variation, resulting in a much more consistent colour and a virtually non-existent window pane effect.

  • Anyone for tennis, this is the colour of neon tennis balls
  • The Latent Range from HMG is possibly the easiest of 2 coat systems to apply
  • You can tailor the effect of these Latent colours by choosing from different clear, tinted & sparkle topcoats

Latent colours are available in the following 3 flavours

  • Latent Metallics - mimicking a candy over metallic base, either flat or sparkling
  • Latent Chromes - mimicking a candy over super high chrome base
  • Latent Fluorescents - mimicking a neon over white system


At a Glance:

  • Epoxy Polyester
  • Curing schedule: 10 minutes @ 180C metal temperature
  • Sheen: Semi Gloss 60-70 GU
  • Recommended dry film thickness: 60-80 microns
  • A clear top coat is required for the colour to develop
  • Colour durability (direct sunlight): Very Good




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