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Top Flite MonoKote Clear 6' (Top Flite TOPQ0200 | TOPQ0200)
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Model: Top Flite TOPQ0200
Dist. #: TOPQ0200   SKU: TOPQ0200

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Updated on Oct 17, 2021 10:31:04 AM

MonoKote Clear 6'...
MonoKote is a Patented, Flexible High-Gloss Polyester Film that is economical
easy, clean, and (when compared to "old fashioned" coverings) quick to use.

For fantastic covering ideas and to insure a professional surface, order
the MonoKote Covering Instructional DVD, TOPZ0105.

FEATURES:
Super strong polyester covering with a tensile strength of
    25,000 psi (pounds/sq in)
Lightweight at just .1 oz/sq ft
Dry adhesive is activated when heat is applied
Diminishes to a drum-tight surface as it cools
High gloss surface
Fuelproof and waterproof
Stronger and lighter than standard silk and dope coverings
May be cleaned with glass cleaner, "409", or MonoKote Cleaner/Polish

CONSISTS OF:
One Roll of Covering (6' x 26") Clear
One Instruction Sheet

REQUIRED:
Sealing Iron (TOPR2100), Iron Sock (TOPR2175), Heat Gun (TOPR2000)

REMARKS:
Not for use directly on foam!
    Suggest EconoKote for foam (TOPQ2601-TOPQ2612)

Matching MonoKote Trim Sheet: NONE
Matching EconoKote Covering: NONE
    (EconoKote can be used on top of, but not under MonoKote.)

If utilizing 3 or more rolls of the exact same color, recommend a 25' roll
    (TOPQ1200) to ensure the exact same color lot for the whole plane.

Temperature varieties:
    Connecting to wood (triggering the glue): 215 - 240°F
    Partial shrinkage: 230 - 270°F
    Optimum shrinkage: 270 - 350°F
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