Eagle Cover Putty

Characteristics: It is Emulsion polymerization based on emulsion PVC , use by enough temperature to fuse and dry giving elastic rubber material

Recommended Use: Recommended as Plastisol. Specify for metal cans lids

Physical Characteristics


 Not clear



Solid / Volume



1.22 kg/L

Viscosity by ford cup 4

100 - 120 sec

Film Thickness
Wet film

100 micron


If thinning is necessary, thin up to suitable viscosity using eagle thinner

Recommended Coats

Apply 1 coats to appropriately prepared lids cans

Theoretical Coverage

9.5 m/L

Temperature need to cure

250 degree for 5 10 min

Surface Preparation: All surfaces to be clean and dry. Remove all grease, oil, wax, or other material by solvent or detergent washing. Remove all loose, flaking or chalking surfaces.

Application Methods: Method: special nozzle

Drying: Stoving Cycle 160 C-------500sec - 200 C -----300 sec - 250 C ------200 - 300 sec

Packing: Pails 17 kg - drums 250kg.

Storage & Shelf-life: maximum 6 months in closed container. Keep container in a well-ventilated area. Close container after each use. Keep lid tightly closed during storage. Protect from direct sunlight and heat. The applicator should obtain more detailed information from the product label.

Health & Safety: Avoid contacts with eyes. Wash hands after use. Please read and observe all precautionary notices on container labels.

DISCLAIMER: The technical data presented in this bulletin are based upon the best available data and practices known to Eagle Paints at the present time. Since Eagle paints is constantly improving its coatings and paint formulas, future technical data may vary somewhat from what was available when this bulletin was printed. Please contact your Eagle Sales Representative for the most up-to date information. Your feedback is important to us. If you have any comments or suggestions regarding our products and services, please share them with us.

Product for application

  • For metal can lid
    • A Thin layer on lid of cover putty using temperature to 250 degree centigrade for 3 min
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