Machinery paint is produced on the basis of alkyds and lightfast pigments and are therefore particularly suitable for top coat painting of machines where a high gloss and weather resistance are required. The machine enamel has a well-balanced consistency that gives the product the best trade characteristics when applied by brush or sprayed. The enamel can withstand heat up to about 80 °C without changing the paint or losing adhesion. Development is ongoing to follow the machines' original colours, which means that small variations in nuance may occur. A colour chart supplied on request. When choosing thinners we recommend a synthetic thinner (not turpentine). It also works with convertible coating. It is important that it is Xylene-based, consult your local dealer. Machine enamel is not intended for automotive painting. Drying time: 3 to 4 hours at 20 °C or 30 minutes at 80 °C. Consumption: 8 to 10 square metres per litre = 6 to 8 square metres per 3/4 litre can.