Leafield A6 Pressure Relief Valve – Pressure Selection Chart
A6 Valves have a “Color Code” dot painted on the front center of the valve, plus the pressure setting is etched into the front face of each valve.
How To Do It Right The First Time
A7 & B7 Instructions
Always work in a well ventilated area out of the sun, wear protective gloves (nitrile is best), clothing, eye protection and a fresh air respirator if possible. Do not breath the dust created from abrading the area, the fumes from the primer, coating, etc. or have the product contact your skin. Don’t mix the urethane with electric mixing tools. This product is highly flammable so do not use around any ignition source. See MSDS for further info. Read the post
How To Apply Man of Rubber’s Brush-On Wearpads
Work outside in the shade or a well-ventilated area. Wear eye protection, chemical resistant gloves and wear a fresh air respirator if one is available. If one is not available, use fans to provide a fresh air flow to and from your work area. Clean your inflatable with toluol (for hypalon boats) or MEK (for PVC & urethane boats). Read the post