Plastic Flaw Repair Chem-Pak Perfix
CHEM-PAK's patented Flaw Repair Products will beautifully dress your molded plastic parts by uniformly flatting the surface and masking surface condition flaws.
These acrylic polymer and/or copolymer coatings are applied as a very thin coating.
They mask flaws without changing the part color, UV or flammability characteristics.
Reduce part rejects, avoid regrind problems, produce beautiful uniform parts, use right at workstation, optimize productivity.
Flaw Repair Coating For Plastic Parts
A Permanent, Post-Molding Surface Enhancement Coating for Interior Parts
Permanently Eliminate Knit/Flow Lines
Sound too good to be true? Let us prove it to you. You finally have an immediate way to permanently repair knit lines, flow lines, light splay, glossy spots, gas tracks, rib print through, and light scuffs. You now have an alternative to regrinding or costly disposal of parts with cosmetic flaws. You now have a tool that can fix your parts immediately while you work the problems out of your mold or process. By simply spraying your parts with our patented coating, you can eliminate most of the cosmetic flaws that are common with injection molding.
Permanent Transparent Micro-Thin Post Mold Coating No Color Change
Per-Fix is the solution. Per-Fix is a permanent, micro-thin, transparent coating that you spray directly onto the flawed part to eliminate most cosmetic flaws. Per-Fix is specially formulated for the resins you are molding. And, since Per-Fix is transparent, it can be used on any color part. It will not change the color of the part. Our five different coating systems ensure adhesion and top performance for almost any resin. Each system is offered in several gloss levels to match your requirements. With our multiple systems and gloss levels, we can almost always find the perfect match for your parts. We can even formulate a custom gloss level to meet your exact needs.
Save Time Save Money Stay on Schedule Easy to Use Aerosol and Bulk
Best of all, Per-Fix is economical and easy to use. Per-Fix comes in both aerosol cans and in five gallon liquid containers to meet your specific production needs. With adequate airflow, Per-Fixaerosols can be sprayed on the part right at the mold station. The liquid version is perfect for spray booth operations. Plus, with an applied cost of $0.10/ft2, it's a very cost effective way of fixing your problems.
Apply Only to Problem Parts Free Evaluation Kits Reduce Production Costs
Introduced to injection molders in 1985, Per-Fix was born out of a direct need of our molding customers. "Can you make anything that will help us get rid of knit and flow lines?" No coating like this had ever been developed, (before or since) but we took on the challenge and created Per-Fix. Now, you can spray Per-Fix onto your flawed parts and watch your problems disappear. See for yourself how amazing Per-Fix is.
If you are molding matte finished, color-coded, textured, interior parts, and cosmetic flaws are a problem, this is a tool you need. You will be amazed at how much easier this will make your job, and how much time and money it can save you.
What kind of plastic are you molding? We have a coating for almost everything!
Our five systems include:
Cross Use of Products:
Cross use of products on resins not specified is acceptable as long as adhesion is tested and found to meet your criteria. Adequate pre-use testing should include coating several parts, allowing the coating to cure for 24 hours and then performing an adhesion test as specified in ASTM D3359. (Test methods available upon request from chem-pak.)
Per-Fix is designed for use on all interior, textured, matte finished, plastic parts. We do not recommend Per-Fix for parts that will be used outdoors or in exterior applications. No warranty, either expressed or implied is granted on any application of the product in an exterior setting. Warranty is limited to replacing or accepting return of any defective coating material. We recommend thorough performance testing of Per-Fix prior to any large-scale commitment of use.
General Physical Characteristics