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Spralac is a quality, entry-level ancillary product range. It is designed to offer a cost effective solution for the highly competitive refinish market. The Spralac product portfolio consists of a concise range of primers, clear coats, a high opacity white topcoat and thinners.
Spralac is distributed globally and is available in over 68 countries. The Spralac brand originated in France and was acquired by Valspar in 2011. Since then Valspar has continued to expand the product portfolio and increase global distribution.

Please use the links on the left to find out more about the Spralac product portfolio.

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About Valspar Refinish

Valspar® Refinish is a market leader for premium-quality, low-cost automotive-refinish paints and coatings. Our goal is for every customer you serve to be more-than-impressed with every paint job, every vehicle, every time???and for your shop to be consistently profitable. We make this possible by delivering everything you need to succeed: Outstanding quality, Excellent color consistency, Shortened cycle times, Lower material costs. Consistent results- (FROM VALSPAR REFINISH SITE-NEEDS APPROVAL)

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Clear Coats

A good quality clear coat for an attractive price.

What you need to know about VOC regulation in the European Union

Solvents are present in all paint products used by the automotive industry. They serve an important purpose in enabling painters to apply coats easily and achieve optimal results.

VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS (VOCS)

Presence of solvents in paint can lead to emission of volatile organic compounds (VOCs). The potential impact of a solvent-containing paint on the environment depends on the type and quantity of solvent in its formulation. Within the European Union (EU), VOC levels in paints are regulated to reduce their ecological effects.

PAINT PRODUCTS DIRECTIVE 2004/42/EC

VOC regulations have been specifically developed for different industries and applications. In our sector – automotive refinishes – the relevant regulation that should be followed is the Paint Products Directive 2004/42/EC. This regulation describes “The limitation of emissions of volatile organic compounds due to the use of organic solvents in decorative paints and varnishes and vehicle refinishing products”.

Annex II of the Directive sets out the VOC content limits – in grams per liter – for specific paint product sub-categories. These sub-categories are shown in Table 1 below. Please note that the limits specified are for the ready-to-use products – including hardeners, thinners and additives where applicable.

HOW TO STAY VOC-COMPLIANT

When selecting products for automotive refinishing in a country where EU regulations apply, ensure they are compliant with the Paint Products Directive and that their use is permitted for the intended application.

Valspar Automotive makes this easy by giving clear VOC information in its TDS for each product. The TDS shows which sub-category the product falls into and which VOC limit applies.

In the case of a VOC-compliant formulation, the TDS makes it obvious that the product in its ready-to-use state meets the requirements of the EU Directive. If a product is not VOC compliant it is specifically mentioned on the TDS.

TABLE 1:

VOC CONTENT LIMITS FIXED BY DIRECTIVE 2004/42/EC

Subcategory Coatings VOC (in g/l)
Preparatory and cleaning products Preparatory products 850
Pre-cleaners 200
Bodyfillers/stoppers All types 250
Primers Surfacers/fillers and general primers 540
Wash primers 780
Topcoats (each layer) Basecoats, direct gloss, clear coats, 3-stage topcoats 420
Special finishes Aerosols, scratch-resistant clear coats, interior finishes 840

Clear Coats

MS Clear Coat 2:1

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Clear Coats

Special Clear Coat 4:1

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Clear Coats

HS420 Clear Coat 3:1

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Clear Coats

HS Clear Coat 2:1

SP4501 HS Clear Coat 2:1 is a high solids, non-yellowing high gloss clear finish that is designed to be very easy to use. It may be both air-dried and forced-dried.

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Clear Coats

HS Anti Scratch Clear 2:1

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  • 4,0 Litre

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Clear Coats

MS Clear Coat High Gloss

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Primers

From our most economical line of collision-repair products, these Spralac brand primers offer cost-effective quality.

What you need to know about VOC regulation in the European Union

Solvents are present in all paint products used by the automotive industry. They serve an important purpose in enabling painters to apply coats easily and achieve optimal results.

VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS (VOCS)

Presence of solvents in paint can lead to emission of volatile organic compounds (VOCs). The potential impact of a solvent-containing paint on the environment depends on the type and quantity of solvent in its formulation. Within the European Union (EU), VOC levels in paints are regulated to reduce their ecological effects.

PAINT PRODUCTS DIRECTIVE 2004/42/EC

VOC regulations have been specifically developed for different industries and applications. In our sector – automotive refinishes – the relevant regulation that should be followed is the Paint Products Directive 2004/42/EC. This regulation describes “The limitation of emissions of volatile organic compounds due to the use of organic solvents in decorative paints and varnishes and vehicle refinishing products”.

Annex II of the Directive sets out the VOC content limits – in grams per liter – for specific paint product sub-categories. These sub-categories are shown in Table 1 below. Please note that the limits specified are for the ready-to-use products – including hardeners, thinners and additives where applicable.

HOW TO STAY VOC-COMPLIANT

When selecting products for automotive refinishing in a country where EU regulations apply, ensure they are compliant with the Paint Products Directive and that their use is permitted for the intended application.

Valspar Automotive makes this easy by giving clear VOC information in its TDS for each product. The TDS shows which sub-category the product falls into and which VOC limit applies.

In the case of a VOC-compliant formulation, the TDS makes it obvious that the product in its ready-to-use state meets the requirements of the EU Directive. If a product is not VOC compliant it is specifically mentioned on the TDS.

TABLE 1:

VOC CONTENT LIMITS FIXED BY DIRECTIVE 2004/42/EC

Subcategory Coatings VOC (in g/l)
Preparatory and cleaning products Preparatory products 850
Pre-cleaners 200
Bodyfillers/stoppers All types 250
Primers Surfacers/fillers and general primers 540
Wash primers 780
Topcoats (each layer) Basecoats, direct gloss, clear coats, 3-stage topcoats 420
Special finishes Aerosols, scratch-resistant clear coats, interior finishes 840

Primers

HS Primer Grey 4:1

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Universal Primer Filler Black

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  • 4,0 Litre

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Universal Primer Filler White

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  • 4,0 Litre

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Primers

Universal Primer Filler Grey

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  • 4,0 Litre

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Primers

1K Plastic Primer

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  • 4,0 Litre

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Etch Primer

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Hardeners

Spralac offers you hardeners for various conditions, need a fast drying coat, a normal one or a slow one? Spralac has the hardener you need.

What you need to know about VOC regulation in the European Union

Solvents are present in all paint products used by the automotive industry. They serve an important purpose in enabling painters to apply coats easily and achieve optimal results.

VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS (VOCS)

Presence of solvents in paint can lead to emission of volatile organic compounds (VOCs). The potential impact of a solvent-containing paint on the environment depends on the type and quantity of solvent in its formulation. Within the European Union (EU), VOC levels in paints are regulated to reduce their ecological effects.

PAINT PRODUCTS DIRECTIVE 2004/42/EC

VOC regulations have been specifically developed for different industries and applications. In our sector – automotive refinishes – the relevant regulation that should be followed is the Paint Products Directive 2004/42/EC. This regulation describes “The limitation of emissions of volatile organic compounds due to the use of organic solvents in decorative paints and varnishes and vehicle refinishing products”.

Annex II of the Directive sets out the VOC content limits – in grams per liter – for specific paint product sub-categories. These sub-categories are shown in Table 1 below. Please note that the limits specified are for the ready-to-use products – including hardeners, thinners and additives where applicable.

HOW TO STAY VOC-COMPLIANT

When selecting products for automotive refinishing in a country where EU regulations apply, ensure they are compliant with the Paint Products Directive and that their use is permitted for the intended application.

Valspar Automotive makes this easy by giving clear VOC information in its TDS for each product. The TDS shows which sub-category the product falls into and which VOC limit applies.

In the case of a VOC-compliant formulation, the TDS makes it obvious that the product in its ready-to-use state meets the requirements of the EU Directive. If a product is not VOC compliant it is specifically mentioned on the TDS.

TABLE 1:

VOC CONTENT LIMITS FIXED BY DIRECTIVE 2004/42/EC

Subcategory Coatings VOC (in g/l)
Preparatory and cleaning products Preparatory products 850
Pre-cleaners 200
Bodyfillers/stoppers All types 250
Primers Surfacers/fillers and general primers 540
Wash primers 780
Topcoats (each layer) Basecoats, direct gloss, clear coats, 3-stage topcoats 420
Special finishes Aerosols, scratch-resistant clear coats, interior finishes 840

Hardeners

2K Hardener Very Fast

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2K Hardener Medium

Two component Hardener for use in normal conditions.

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2K Hardener Slow

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MS Hardener Fast

Medium Solid Hardener for use in colder conditions.

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MS Hardener Medium

Medium Solid Hardener for use in colder conditions.

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HS Hardener Ultra Fast

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HS Hardener Fast

High solid Hardener used in colder conditions.

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HS Hardener Medium

High Solid Hardener used in normal conditions.

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HS Hardener Slow

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HS420 Hardener Very Fast

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HS420 Hardener Fast

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HS420 Hardener Medium

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Etch Primer Hardener

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Special Clear Coat Hardener

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Thinners

For optimal spray ease, great flow and leveling you can use all Spralac thinners for an optimal result.

What you need to know about VOC regulation in the European Union

Solvents are present in all paint products used by the automotive industry. They serve an important purpose in enabling painters to apply coats easily and achieve optimal results.

VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS (VOCS)

Presence of solvents in paint can lead to emission of volatile organic compounds (VOCs). The potential impact of a solvent-containing paint on the environment depends on the type and quantity of solvent in its formulation. Within the European Union (EU), VOC levels in paints are regulated to reduce their ecological effects.

PAINT PRODUCTS DIRECTIVE 2004/42/EC

VOC regulations have been specifically developed for different industries and applications. In our sector – automotive refinishes – the relevant regulation that should be followed is the Paint Products Directive 2004/42/EC. This regulation describes “The limitation of emissions of volatile organic compounds due to the use of organic solvents in decorative paints and varnishes and vehicle refinishing products”.

Annex II of the Directive sets out the VOC content limits – in grams per liter – for specific paint product sub-categories. These sub-categories are shown in Table 1 below. Please note that the limits specified are for the ready-to-use products – including hardeners, thinners and additives where applicable.

HOW TO STAY VOC-COMPLIANT

When selecting products for automotive refinishing in a country where EU regulations apply, ensure they are compliant with the Paint Products Directive and that their use is permitted for the intended application.

Valspar Automotive makes this easy by giving clear VOC information in its TDS for each product. The TDS shows which sub-category the product falls into and which VOC limit applies.

In the case of a VOC-compliant formulation, the TDS makes it obvious that the product in its ready-to-use state meets the requirements of the EU Directive. If a product is not VOC compliant it is specifically mentioned on the TDS.

TABLE 1:

VOC CONTENT LIMITS FIXED BY DIRECTIVE 2004/42/EC

Subcategory Coatings VOC (in g/l)
Preparatory and cleaning products Preparatory products 850
Pre-cleaners 200
Bodyfillers/stoppers All types 250
Primers Surfacers/fillers and general primers 540
Wash primers 780
Topcoats (each layer) Basecoats, direct gloss, clear coats, 3-stage topcoats 420
Special finishes Aerosols, scratch-resistant clear coats, interior finishes 840

Thinners

Thinner Fast

A fast thinner that will work well in colder conditions.

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Thinner Medium

A medium fast thinner that will work well in colder conditions.

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Thinner Slow

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Other

What you need to know about VOC regulation in the European Union

Solvents are present in all paint products used by the automotive industry. They serve an important purpose in enabling painters to apply coats easily and achieve optimal results.

VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS (VOCS)

Presence of solvents in paint can lead to emission of volatile organic compounds (VOCs). The potential impact of a solvent-containing paint on the environment depends on the type and quantity of solvent in its formulation. Within the European Union (EU), VOC levels in paints are regulated to reduce their ecological effects.

PAINT PRODUCTS DIRECTIVE 2004/42/EC

VOC regulations have been specifically developed for different industries and applications. In our sector – automotive refinishes – the relevant regulation that should be followed is the Paint Products Directive 2004/42/EC. This regulation describes “The limitation of emissions of volatile organic compounds due to the use of organic solvents in decorative paints and varnishes and vehicle refinishing products”.

Annex II of the Directive sets out the VOC content limits – in grams per liter – for specific paint product sub-categories. These sub-categories are shown in Table 1 below. Please note that the limits specified are for the ready-to-use products – including hardeners, thinners and additives where applicable.

HOW TO STAY VOC-COMPLIANT

When selecting products for automotive refinishing in a country where EU regulations apply, ensure they are compliant with the Paint Products Directive and that their use is permitted for the intended application.

Valspar Automotive makes this easy by giving clear VOC information in its TDS for each product. The TDS shows which sub-category the product falls into and which VOC limit applies.

In the case of a VOC-compliant formulation, the TDS makes it obvious that the product in its ready-to-use state meets the requirements of the EU Directive. If a product is not VOC compliant it is specifically mentioned on the TDS.

TABLE 1:

VOC CONTENT LIMITS FIXED BY DIRECTIVE 2004/42/EC

Subcategory Coatings VOC (in g/l)
Preparatory and cleaning products Preparatory products 850
Pre-cleaners 200
Bodyfillers/stoppers All types 250
Primers Surfacers/fillers and general primers 540
Wash primers 780
Topcoats (each layer) Basecoats, direct gloss, clear coats, 3-stage topcoats 420
Special finishes Aerosols, scratch-resistant clear coats, interior finishes 840

Other

Silicone Remover

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This page gives you an overview of all Spralac products for the entire EMEA region. The specific

situation per country in this region can be different, for that reason not all products might be

available in your country. Please contact your local Valspar Sales Representative to provide you

with an overview of the Spralac products that are available in your country.