Your business is important to us and as such we need to clarify the definition of a Mixed System and explain the potential consequences of using a Mixed System on your business.
A Mixed System is:
Some examples of the problems caused by Mixed Systems are:
Problems associated with the use of a Mixed System may not become apparent for considerable time after the coating has been applied. (E.g. delamination).
Mirotone will not recognise any warranty claim from customers or third parties if any Mirotone product has been used in a Mixed System. Mirotone can only warrant the quality of its own range of coatings when used in strict accordance with the recommended coating systems thinners and additives stated on Mirotone’s labels and Data Sheets.
Mirotone manufactures and markets a comprehensive range of coatings for wood, paper, metal, glass and other specialty substrates. At all times we endeavor to specify and recommend thoroughly tested Mirotone coating systems that will maximize our customers’ success.
To achieve this, customers must always apply Mirotone coatings in accordance with the recommendations and application instructions on Mirotone’s product label and Data Sheet.
Mixed Systems may cause problems! Can you afford the time and money to re-do a job? What is the potential cost of a claim?
Mirotone is regarded internationally as a manufacturer of quality products. Mirotone is pleased to recommend coatings and coating systems from its range that will protect and beautify your products. We invite you to benefit from our experience and recommendations. For further advice in relation to mixed systems, download your copy Mixed Coating Systems Technical Bulletin, or any other coating issue please contact Mirotone’s Technical Service Department or your local Mirotone sales representative.