TACSYSTEM UHS Ultra 90% SiO2 Coating 50ml

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TACSYSTEM UHS Ultra 90% SiO2 Coating 50ml

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TACSYSTEM UHS Ultra 90% SiO2 Coating 50ml

Also works on PPF (car bras), Gloss Vinyl Wraps, Chrome, Plastics, Paint, Gel Coat, Windows, Fiberglass, Boats, RV’s. For matte wraps or brake calipers see Magic Plus 60%. The UHS is an extremely concentrated SiO2 formula.

Unprecedented Si concentration of 90%, pushing the boundaries of quartz to binder resin ratio. Since the quartz concentration is so high, the binding resins used in the UHS Ultra is very different than the Magic Plus 60% and Quartz Shines 70%’s binders. This is a patented binder exclusive to TACSYSTEM.

At a measurable 0.6um. How thick is 0.6um exactly? Imagine using a light polishing to remove very fine swirl marks, that’s approximately 0.6um. Layerable up to 5+ coats, but with ample curing time in between coats, see below for more instructions. Extremely durable against abrasions, salts, solvents, acids at multiple coats. A true 9H+ offering.

The UHS Ultra was actually initially used as a Certified Professional Coating, where licensing was required to apply the UHS and not available to the general consumers. Till TACSYSTEM came out with another version that’s almost 100%, but only exclusive to certified installers. See www.tacsystem.ca to find your certified installers.

We often get asked “Why can’t I just use the TACSYSTEM UHS Ultra 90% on wheels, glass, trims… on basically everything? Why do I need to use the Magic Plus Wheel Coating on wheels and window/trim specific coatings?”

The primary reason is the carrying and bonding resins. For example, leather dyes vs other types of dyes, for hair, clothing etc., pigments molecules are the same all across, it’s the carrying and bonding resins that’s differentiates from dye to dye. Same idea for ceramic coating coatings. Yes you can apply coatings on most surfaces, but the question is how long it’s going to adhere. The UHS Ultra will have a higher concentration of quartz vs the Magic Plus 60%, at 30~35% more to be precise, but at a reduced additive in bonding agents, thus the UHS Ultra is only made for painted surfaces, or surfaces under 400C, unlike the Magic Plus 60% at 800C, even for exhausts and brake calipers. It doesn’t really mean the UHS 90% is unable to sustain more than 400C, the quartz itself can actually sustain up to 1,200C but it’s the adhesive resins that’ll lose its properties first, this is understandable since it has lower resin to quartz ratio.

The advantage of the UHS Ultra is increased gloss and a thicker coat. This is simply due to the increased concentration of Si.

For surfaces such as brake calipers, exhaust tips, textured trims etc., where gloss factor is not as impacting as large flat surfaces like vehicle panels, the Magic Plus 60% is a better product than the 70% or 90% variants, because you want it to bond, and actually last a long time.

The reason why a quartz coating will out gloss a wax/sealant is this: paint microscopically is porous and undulating, even after a polish, and a quartz coating can fill the little pores and hardens in it, helping the surface level even more. Anything hard and leveled can reflect light more uniformly, thus higher gloss.

Application process:

Assuming your paint has been decontaminated; decon with Iron Zero, Clay Bar, Polished, Oil Zero etc. The buff off time is generally between 30 sec ~ 60 sec, and between coats is between 4~12 hours. 4 hours during warmer/dryer seasons, 6~12 hours for cold/wet seasons. Throw away towels when you’re done, as the quartz can harden the fibers. Watch out for dry quartz shards near the lip of the bottle, as it can fall into in. 2nd coat makes a BIG difference, you’ve went through so much to get your paint looking like this at this stage, it make sense to stretch a little and do multiple coats.

Worthy notes after coating:

Drying and curing is very different. Drying is when the surface or coating is dry to the touch, but curing is the bonding and locking of molecules over time. The coating dries in <5 minutes after buffing by hand, though majority of the solvents has escaped, but it still needs to cure. Cure time is 4~7 days depending on temperature and humidity. Do not wash the car or let it see water when the coating is curing, because hard water spots can be cured onto the coating.

So how do you maintain it?

Think of it this way, imagine your wrist watch or phone screen, doesn’t matter how hard the glass is, let it be tempered glass or not, with a month of neglect, swirl marks and scratches will start to show. This is the same as ceramic coatings. There seems to be a misconception of ceramic coating is a do it once and leave it for 5 years. It needs to be taken cared of, washed carefully with a plush mitt, dry with a soft towel, the common stuff. The only 2 things that’ll touch your paint is the wash mitt and towels, make sure they’re the highest of quality.

Coating can be replenished by using the Quartz Max, Mystic Bubble, Mystic Water, One Step Master etc, they also act as great sacrificial coats for the coating.

Always protect yourself and wear respirator & gloves. Ensure application area is free of loose contamination.

For professional use: IR lamp at 65C at 20min.

More question? We do host free weekend Seminars where we take a deep dive into it all, please see: www.carzilla.ca/events/

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