AESUB White is a permanent scanning spray developed by scanning experts. It is the result of consistent further development of permanent scanning sprays.
The spray applies a homogeneous, thin matting layer onto the surface of the object. It is developed for optimal contrast values in optical scanning applications. AESUB White sets new standards by optimizing the surface homogeneity and reducing layer thickness.
Unlike traditional sprays, AESUB White is free of titanium dioxide, associated with cancerogenic incidents through inhalation by the European Chemicals Agency.
- Optimal contrast values
- Free of titanium dioxide (TiO2)
- Average layer thickness of ~9 – 18 μm
- Consistent and homogeneous coating
- Excellent scannability
AESUB White facilitates and enables optical digitalization in a wide variety of industrial sectors and range of applications.
AESUB White contains pigments, propellants and solvents and has been optimized with regard to material compatibility.
However, material compatibility for specific applications cannot be guaranteed. Users should check specific material compatibility before use.
The average layer thickness of AESUB White is approx. 9 – 18 μm depending on the user-specific application..
Apply AESUB White from 15-20 cm away. Spray over the entire surface that you will be scanning. Gently push down the spray button and move the can across the area using even, back and forth strokes. Move at a consistent pace without pausing at one point to achieve an even coat. Once the coat is applied, you can scan the object in usual manner.
AESUB White is applied “wet”. The solvent vanishes within a few seconds while the pigments remain as coating on the surface. Increase spraying distance or pace in case of drop formation or when coat remains “wet” for too long. Note that multiple spraying increases layer thickness.
AESUB White is a permanent scanning spray. Coated parts need to be cleaned or disposed after scanning. AESUB White was developed to allow easy cleaning. Utilize a soft brush in combination with water and a towel to clean coated parts.
- Optimal storage temperature ranges between 18°C and 21°C
- Shelf life of 3 years
- Store at dry conditions with no direct sunlight