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Material, Parts, and Process Specifications
MPAPS G-5
(MPAPS) Former Designation: CEMS G-5 All Parts

TITLE: CURRENT REV No.: DATE:


Paint Material Requirements 1412 Dec. 2014

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Materials Engineering Materials Engineering Rev. 1410 – Oct. 2014

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This specification may involve hazardous materials, equipment, and procedures. This specification does not purport to address all of
the safety issues associated with its use. The user is responsible to consult appropriate safety and health practices and to determine the
applicability of regulatory limits prior to use.
Change Notice: Rectified performance with MPAPS G-9009. Added pre-treatment sections
(Grade 100). Corrected Grade 56 values. Editorial changes.

1.0 INTRODUCTION
The intent of this specification is to establish acceptable durability and quality levels for the finish on
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Navistar products and to define requirements and physical properties of the various materials used in
the painting operation.
2.0 SCOPE
The requirements described in this section are used in conjunction with the Property Requirements
indicated for each specific grade. MPAPS (CEMS) G-5 is divided into multiple parts as follows:
Paint Finishing Requirements - Outlines classes of finish for Navistar. It defines requirements and
describes physical properties, which govern durability, corrosion protection, and overall appearance
quality. It also outlines the procedure for specifying paint materials.
Topcoats - This part of the specification covers the requirements for topcoats used by the Company as
finish coatings on its products, as well as topcoats that are packaged and sold by the company for
service. The General Requirements described in this section are used in conjunction with the Property
Requirements indicated for each specific grade of topcoat to describe the complete requirements for
each grade. Film requirements for interior paints are detailed in MPAPS G-9009 Class IIIA. Refer to
the tables at the end of this specification for exterior property requirements and panel preparation:
Grade – 17HS Hi Solids Urethane
Grade – 18 Base Coat Urethane Clear Coat
Grade – 19HS Hi Solids TSA
Chassis and Miscellaneous Paints - This part of the specification covers the requirements for engine,
chassis, and miscellaneous paints. Heat resistant grades used as a finish coating on exhaust system
components are covered by MPAPS G-9009. Components purchased already painted are also covered
by MPAPS G-9009. Refer to the tables at the end of this specification for property requirements and
panel preparation:
Grade -32 HS/Ur Urethane Chassis Paint
Grade -32 W Waterborne Chassis Paint (bus)

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Casting Sealers - This covers the requirements for paints/sealers used to seal steel, malleable, nodular,
and gray iron castings. This specification no longer covers materials for this purpose. Please see
MPAPS G-9009 for requirements.
Primers - This part of the specification covers the requirements for primers used with various topcoats.
Primed parts that are received as a finished part are covered by MPAPS G-9009. See the following
tables for property requirements and panel preparation:
Grade -54 Repair Primer
Grade -56 E-Coat Primer
Paints for Repair and Service - This part of the specification covers the requirements for materials
used in repair or refinishing. These materials are also for sale under the Navistar trademark. All paints
formulated to this part of the specification must be manufactured with compounds that are lead and
chrome free. Refer to the tables at the end of this specification for property requirements and panel
preparation:
Grade -61 Repair Paint, Pressurized Containers
Grade -62 Air Dry Paint for Refinishing, Repair
Engine Paints - This part of the specification covers the General Requirements for paints used by the
Company as a finish coating on engines and engine products. Refer to the tables at the end of this
specification for property requirements and panel preparation:
Grade –81W Waterborne Engine Paint
Pre-Treatment Systems – This covers the requirements for chemicals used to pre-treat metals and other
materials prior to priming or painting for production, service or repair.
Grade -100 Zinc Phosphate System
2.1 Restricted Chemical Substances
Effective January 1, 2007, all product supplied to the requirements of this specification must comply
with the requirements of the MPAPS B-50 specification. All paints formulated to this specification
must be manufactured with compounds that are lead and chrome free.
3.0 REFERENCE DOCUMENTS
Unless otherwise specified, the latest issue of all referenced standards shall apply. The following
Specifications, Standards, and Regulations are referenced in this specification.
Quality System Standard ISO 9001 or TS-16949 ASTM D 1186 SAE J2334
CFR Title 29, Part 1910 ASTM D1475 MPAPS P-9543
NAVISTAR Manufacturing Std. MS-D-13 ASTM D 4138 NAVISTAR MPAPS B-50
NAVISTAR Engineering Design Std A-16 ASTM D 1729 FTMS 141D, 4203.2
NAVISTAR MPAPS GT-31 SSPC-VIS-2 ASTM D 1729
ASTM D 2196 ASTM D 56 ASTM D 3960
ASTM D 7091 SAE J1545 ASTM D 1200
TMS-9557 ASTM D3363 ASTM D5201
NAVISTAR MPAPS G-9009 ASTM D522 ASTM D 562
ASTM D 3828
All GT Standards (except MPAPS GT-31 noted above) can be found in MPAPS GT-Paint.

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4.0 REQUIREMENTS
Requirements for materials purchased under this specification are detailed in the attached tables. The
latest test specification shall be used unless specifically otherwise specified.
4.1 Finish Requirements
Paint grades are classified by chemical composition, durability and application. The Class of finish for
specific products will be established by appropriate design engineering personnel in conjunction with
the Industrial Design and Materials Engineering Groups. This specification will form the basis for
uniform inspection standards for both manufactured and purchased parts. All materials utilized must
conform to the requirements for the appropriate Class and Grade for the finish specified. All deviations
from this specification must be approved by Materials Engineering.
This specification is not intended to limit or specify the metal pretreatment or painting process but note
that iron phosphate is not recommended for zinc- or aluminum-coated substrates. When a chemical
surface pretreatment is required, any process, such as zinc- or iron-phosphate, acid wash prime, or
conversion coating applied by spray, immersion, or steam cleaning, which results in finished parts
meeting the requirements of this specification, will be approved. However, all systems from new
vendors or deviations to this specification or changes in currently approved systems must be approved
by Materials Engineering.
All parts, whether painted by Navistar or purchased, will be finished with paints which meet all dry film
requirements of the MPAPS G-5 grade specified unless otherwise designated on the part drawing or
purchase order. The resultant coating must match the appropriate Navistar color standard as well as meet
all of the requirements for the appropriate finish classification as shown in MPAPS G-9009. See
MPAPS G-5 Appendix for conversion of old G-5 classes to MPAPS G-9009 classes.
4.2 Color, Gloss and Paint Classification
See MPAPS G-5 APPX for a detailed description of Paint classification with regard to color, gloss
and other paint features.
5.0 QUALITY
5.1 Finish Quality
All painted surfaces will be free from sags, runs, dirt, seediness, orange peel, dry spray, dents,
scratches, pits, gouges, and weld spatter when viewed with the unaided eye. The supplier should be
capable of providing statistical evidence that products supplied to the requirements of this
specification have been produced using manufacturing processes which are in statistical control and
are competent to meet the requirements of this specification. The purchaser may request results of the
supplier’s quality control tests on each shipment. See MPAPS G-9009 for finished part quality and
TMS-9557 for inspection requirements.
5.2 Paint Quality
All paints furnished under this specification will be formulated and manufactured with good paint practice to
comply with all applicable OSHA, FDA, and EPA regulations in addition to all details of the specification.
They will be free from foreign matter and relatively toxic materials unless details of such hazardous
materials are furnished in advance of qualification. Primers will not contain chlorinated hydrocarbon solvents
or possess an odor which is objectionable. Primers sprayed under normal conditions will atomize (break-up)
properly and build without “orange peel.” Grades -54, -55, and -56 primers will be compatible with zinc
coated steel.
5.2.1 Sampling - See MPAPS GT-Paint for paint sampling and test panel requirements.
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6.0 QUALIFICATION
6.1 Paint and Finished Product Qualification
Production material can be furnished under this specification only after formal Engineering Qualification.
The Purchasing department will request Navistar Materials Engineering to issue an Engineering
Qualification to the supplier. Material submitted for qualification will be accompanied by a sample part,
detailed test information, and also certification that the material meets all requirements of this specification.
After the material has been tested by the approved facility, manufacturing plant trials will be conducted to
assure that the proposed material is compatible with production processes. On completion of these tests, all
departments involved will be notified that the material has been either qualified or rejected. Prior to regular
purchase, samples must be submitted for Manufacturing approval.
Material subsequently supplied to this specification will have the same formulation as the qualification
samples. No change in composition or method of manufacture will be permitted without approval of
Materials Engineering.
Note: Where there is no specific grade designation for a waterborne, powder coat, or other non-classified
paint, it may be qualified to the specification of the solvent system it replaces based on dry film
properties.
Production material received by the Plant will be examined for conformance to as much of the specification
as is practical. Properties most suitable for acceptance testing have been designated in the appropriate grade
sheets under “Property Requirements.” Failure to meet any requirement of this specification will be cause for
rejection.
6.1.1 Test Reporting
Material and processes submitted for approval to this specification shall include the following:
6.1.1.1 A detailed, signed test report documenting testing to this specification per MPAPS P-9543.
6.1.1.2 Test coupons or photographs showing failure modes for each destructive test that cannot be
adequately described or as requested.
6.1.1.3 The complete procedure used for preparing and curing materials for test, especially surface
preparation and condition of the test coupons.
6.1.1.4 Paint, substrate and any chemicals used for preparation.
6.2 Quality Control Plan
A Quality Control Plan for products supplied to the requirements of this specification will be
established by mutual agreement between NAVISTAR and the supplier. Unless specific exception is
noted, the following characteristics, where applicable*, shall be included in the plan as features for
management by statistical process control.** For finished film KCC requirements, see MPAPS
G-9009.
Viscosity and Weight/volume

* Other characteristics for inclusion in the control plan may be specified on the engineering
drawing and/or purchase order.
** See NAVISTAR Engineering Design Standard A-16
7.0 SOURCE APPROVAL AND QUALITY CONTROL
7.1 Supplier Requirements
All suppliers to NAVISTAR are required to be registered to ISO 9001 Quality System Requirements.
NAVISTAR will also accept TS-16949 registration as long as the supplier can also fulfill all AIAG
PPAP (Production Part Approval Process) documentation and approval requirements. Suppliers must

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maintain their certification with an accredited registrar and must furnish copies of registration
certificates to their Corporate Buyer upon request.
7.2 Approval
Parts supplied against contracts or purchase orders citing this specification shall be equivalent in all
respects to those samples which were approved by the purchaser. No changes in formulation or
processing practices are permitted without approval. In the event that changes in material, properties,
processing practices, construction, color, or labeling of the product are required, the supplier shall
notify NAVISTAR Materials Engineering and Purchasing and Supplier Development of the proposed
change(s). Test data indicating conformance to all requirements of this specification, test samples,
and new or amended or updated Material Safety Data Sheet(s) (MSDS), in accordance with CFR Title
29, Part 1910 shall be submitted with the request for change.
7.3 Process Control
The supplier shall either perform and report results of tests on specific lots of parts produced using
ISO 9001 or TS-16949 guidelines, or provide statistical evidence of the lot having been produced in a
state of statistical control and with a process capable of providing all required properties. The part
supplier and the quality control manager of the using NAVISTAR plant may determine testing and
reporting requirements on specific products.
8.0 SHIPPING AND HANDLING
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Shipping and identification shall be in accordance with NAVISTAR Manufacturing Standard MS-D-
13. Parts shall be packaged so as to avoid any damage in shipment detrimental to the appearance of
the part.
8.1 Shipping of Paint
Paints furnished for production to this specification except those in pressurized containers will be supplied in
208 liter (55 gallon) drums, unless otherwise specified. All materials furnished should comply with the
packing and identification procedures outlined in NAVISTAR Manufacturing Standard MS-D-13.
8.1.1 Each container, regardless of size, will be clearly marked with the following information:
Gross, Tare, and Net Weight Date of Manufacture Name of Supplier Paint Identification Number and
Color Name Destination (Navistar Plant) Purchase Order Number Batch Number Formulation Number
8.1.2 Production paints furnished in pressurized containers will contain a minimum of 340 g (12 ounces)
unless otherwise specified. Each container will be clearly marked with the following information:
Net Weight Date of Manufacture Navistar Part Number Paint Identification Number and Color Name
Propellant Type - Hydrocarbon Formulation Number or Code
8.1.3 Suppliers will qualify their products, containers, and packages for use in all states in addition to
meeting Interstate Commerce Commission regulations.
9.0 DESIGNATION ON DRAWINGS
On engineering drawings, Engineering generally specifies only the class of finish (ex: MPAPS G-9009 or
TMS-9009, Class II). The finish classification describes the durability, corrosion resistance, and appearance
requirements of the part or assembly. The customer or Sales/Marketing generally specifies the paint type and
color. It is the responsibility of the supplier or manufacturing to insure that the paint type selected is adequate
to meet the requirements of the finish classification.
Purchase Orders should include the NAVISTAR paint number which identifies color and grade of paint. The
desired viscosity range for engine and chassis paints should also be specified on the purchase order.

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Examples:
NAV 9219 Grade -19, Winter White Paint, MPAPS G-5
NAV 0001 Grade -31W, Black Canyon Paint, MPAPS G-5,
Viscosity 32-38 seconds
NAV 8602G Grade -17HS, Midnight Gray
10.0 TECHNICAL INFORMATION

For further information related to the technical Suppliers may purchase controlled copies
content of this specification, contact: of this specification by contacting:
Materials Engineering and Technology Dept. IHS Global Inc.
10400 W. North Avenue 15 Inverness Way East
Englewood CO 80112-5776
Melrose Park, IL 60160 Phone: 1-800-854-7179
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Top Coat Grade 17HS


1.0 APPLICATION
This specification covers a two-component, HAPS (hazardous air pollutants) compliant isocyanate activated acrylic urethane topcoat. This
is a high solids coating formulated to meet a 3.5 lb/gal maximum VOC when averaged across production usage of these enamels. It has a
nominal 250°F bake temperature.
2.0 SCOPE
This specification covers the as-received liquid properties (without activator) and the as-applied dry film property requirements of the
paint.
3.0 PROPERTY REQUIREMENTS – Grade 17HS
3.1 Liquid Properties
INTERNATIONAL COLOR DESIGNATION TEST DESIGNATION
LIQUID
Medium Yellows Whites (d)
PROPERTIES Metallic Reds and Dark
Black Colors 20-80% and and
(WITHOUT ACTIVATOR) Colors Maroons Solids
Ti02 Oranges Pastels
Weight Per Unit Volume, lb/gallon 8.2 8.0 8.7 8.3 8.3 8.2 9.2
ASTM D 1475
min (a) kg/liter 0.98 0.96 1.04 0.99 0.98 0.98 1.10
% by Weight, min (a) 50 54 60.5 54 58 55.5 63 ASTM D5201
Nonvolatile Content
% by Volume, min 44 48 53.7 47 51 47.8 52 ASTM D5201
Cryptometer Reading, ft 2 /gallon 705 1162 970 830 870 776 932
GT-2A
min (b) m2 /liter 18.6 30.7 25.6 21.9 23.0 20.5 24.6
VOC, content lbs/gallon 4.5 3.7 3.6 3.8 3.8 3,9 3.6
ASTM D 3960
max kg/liter 0.54 0.44 0.43 0.46 0.46 0.47 0.43
Workable Pot Life 4 Hours Minimum
Activated Stability Increase in Viscosity, No. 4 Ford Cup ASTM D 1200
13 13
Seconds Max at 4 Hours
Viscosity, seconds (a) 22 to 24 No. 4 Ford Cup ASTM D 1200
Flash Point, min°C (°F) (c) 13 (55) ASTM D 56
Dilution Stability, Hours, min (a) 8.0 16.0 FTMS 141D, 4203.2
Storage Stability (a) Appearance Pass
Increase in Viscosity, GT-3B
15
Seconds, max
3.2 Dry Film Properties
Required dry film properties are also in MPAPS G-9009 Class IB. For conflicting requirements, G-5 shall take precedent for purchased
paint materials and G-9009 for purchased painted parts.
NAVISTAR COLOR DESIGNATION
Medium Yellows Whites
DRY FILM PROPETIES Metallic Reds and Dark TEST DESIGNATION
Black Colors 20-80% and and
Colors Maroons Solids (d)
Ti02 Oranges Pastels
@ 20 Degrees, min 70 85 80 80 80 80 80
Initial Gloss (a) GT-6B
@ 60 Degrees, min 90 90 90 90 90 90 90
Gloss @ 60 Degrees After
70 85 80 75 80 80 80
18 Months
South Florida Surface Condition After 18
Pass GT-7F
Exposure (e) Months
Color Change After 18

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Pass
Months Exposure & Polish
Accelerated Weathering, Gloss @ 60 Degrees
(e) 70 85 80 75 80 80 80 MPAPS GT-31 Method B
1800 kJ Exposure After 1800 kJ Test
mils 1.6
Hiding Power Req’d, max (a), (b) GT-2B
µm 41
Curing Properties on Receipt, 30 Minutes at
Pass GT-22
82°C (180°F) (a)
Color Stability (a) 4 Point Change in 20 Degree Gloss GT-4B
Tape Appearance Pass
Intercoat Adhesion GT-5B
Feather Edge Appearance Pass
Color (a) Pass SAE J1545
Orange Peel 5.5 GT-29
(a) Most suitable for acceptance testing.
(b) Cryptometer reading not a requirement unless used for acceptance testing in lieu of the hiding power requirement. This requires that correlation be established between results from this specific cryptometer
used and the dry film hiding power results per GT-2B.
(c) This requirement will be waived if the paint is ordered for spray applications only and the containers are so marked.
(d) All test designations refer to the latest issue unless otherwise stated.
(e) Paint supplier will provide South Florida panels on product submitted for testing. Accelerated weathering test panels, as indicated in the table above, may be submitted for conditional approval.

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Top Coat Grade 18


1.0 APPLICATION
This specification covers a base coat/urethane clear coat (BC/CC) system consisting of a one component, thermosetting acrylic base coat and a
two component, isocyanate activated, urethane clear coat. The clear coat is a high solids coating to meet a 3.5 lb/gal. maximum VOC. This
system is to be supplied at a ready-to-spray viscosity. This is a wet-on-wet system with a minimum 30 minute bake at a 200ºF part temperature.
2.0 SCOPE
This specification covers the as-received liquid and the as-applied dry film property requirements of the paint.
3.0 PROPERTY REQUIREMENTS
3.1 Liquid Properties
ACRYLIC BASE COAT
Red Other Red Dark Medium Light Urethan Test
LIQUID PROPERTIES Mica Yellow Color Colors Colors
Metallic Metallic Black Whites e Clear Designation(d)
Colors Colors Colors Oranges <80% 80-95% >95%
Maroon Tio2 Tio2 Tio2 Coat
Weight Per Unit lb/gallon 7.9 7.9 7.9 7.9 8.1 10.4 8.0 8.1 8.8 7.8
ASTM D 1475
Volume, min (a) kg/liter 0.95 0.95 0.95 .95 0.97 1.25 0.96 0.97 1.05 0.94
Nonvolatile % by Weight, min (a) 40 38 38 50 45 52 43 44 49 44 ASTM D5201
Content % by Volume, min 32 32 32 42 34 32 34 31 32 39 ASTM D5201
Cryptometer Reading, ft2 /gallons 528 726 726 1662 506 506 894 830 646
- GT-2A
min (b) m(2) /liter 13.0 17.8 17.8 40.8 12.4 12.4 22.0 20.4 15.9
lb /gallon 5.0 5.0 5.0 4.0 4.7 4.8 4.6 4.6 4.5 3.5
VOC Content, Max ASTM D 3960
kg /liter 0.60 0.60 0.60 0.48 0.56 0.57 0.55 0.55 0.54 0.42
Workable Pot Life 4 Hr. min
Activated
Max Increase in Not Applicable to Base Coat
Stability 15 No. 4 Ford Cup
Viscosity, Sec, @ 4 hr
Viscosity, seconds (a) 20 27 (Act.) ASTM D 1200
Flash Point, min C ( F) (c) 13 (55) ASTM D 56
Dilution Stability, Hours, min. (a) 8 16 FTMS 141D, 4203.2
Storage Appearance Pass
GT-3B
Stability (a) Inc in Visc, Secs, max 15
3.2 Dry Film Properties
Required dry film properties are also in MPAPS G-9009 Class IA. For conflicting requirements, G-5 shall take precedent for purchased
paint materials and G-9009 for purchased painted parts.
BASE COAT/URETHANE CLEAR COAT SYSTEM
Red Dark Medium Test
DRY FILM PROPERTIES Red Other Mica Yellow Colors Colors Light Colors
Metallic Metallic Black Whites Designation (d)
Colors Colors Colors Orange <80% 80-95% >95% Tio2
Maroon Tio2 Tio2
@ 20 Degrees, min 85
Initial Gloss (a) GT-6B
@ 60 Degrees, min 90
@ 20 min 36 Mo. 75
Gloss
@ 60 min 36 Mo. 80
South Surface Condition After 36
Pass GT-7F
Florida (e) Months
Color Change After 36 Months
Pass
Exposure & Polish
Hiding Power Required, (b) (f ) mils 1.4 1.0 1.4 0.7 1.6 1.6 1.0 1.0 1.0
(Base Coat Only) max, GT-2B Black/Gray
Black/Gray Morest (a) µ m 36 28 36 18 42 42 28 28 28
Clear Coat thickness, min. – mils (µ m) 1.5 (39)
Curing Properties on Receipt, 30 Min at
Pass GT-22
250 F (a)
Color Stability (a) No Color Change, 4 Point change in 20 Gloss max GT-4B
Intercoat Tape Appearance Pass
GT-5B
Adhesion Feather Edge Appearance Pass
Color (a) Pass SAE J1545
Orange Peel, min. 5.5 GT-29
(a) Most suitable for acceptance testing.
(b) Cryptometer reading not a requirement unless used for acceptance testing in lieu of the hiding power requirement. This requires that correlation be
established between results from the specific cryptometer used and the dry film hiding power results per Navistar GT-2B.
(c) This requirement will be waived if the paint is ordered for spray applications only and the containers are so marked.
(d) All test designations refer to the latest issue unless otherwise stated.
(e) Paint supplier will provide South Florida panels on product submitted for testing. Accelerated weathering test panels, as indicated in the table above, may
be submitted for conditional approval.
(f ) Hiding Power, new colors require Materials Engineering approval on a color by color basis.
Note - NAV0001 Canyon Black is to only be tested to 3600kJ for film durability (see MPAPS G-9009 film requirements).
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Top Coat Grade 19HS


1.0 APPLICATION
This specification covers a one-component, thermosetting acrylic topcoat. This is a high solids coating to meet a 3.5 lb/gal. maximum VOC
when averaged across production usage of these topcoats. This topcoat is to be supplied at a ready-to-spray viscosity. It has a nominal 30-
minute, 250°F, bake temperature. All paints formulated to this specification must be made with compounds that are lead and chrome free.
2.0 SCOPE
This specification covers the as-received liquid and the as-applied dry film property requirements of the paint.
3.0 PROPERTY REQUIREMENTS
3.1 Liquid Properties
NAVISTAR Color Designation
Liquid Properties Medium Light
Reds and Yellows and Dark Colors Test Designation (d)
Black Whites Colors 80- Colors
Maroons Oranges <80% Ti0 2
95% Ti0 2 >95% Ti0 2
lb/gallon 8.0 8.3 8.2 9.2 8.2 8.7 8.9
Weight Per Unit ASTM D 1475
kg/liter 0.96 0.99 0.98 1.10 0.98 1.04 1.07
% by Weight, min (a) 54 54 55.5 63 58 60.5 61 ASTM D5201
Nonvolatile Content
% by Volume, min 48.5 47 48 52 52 54 53 ASTM D5201
ft2 /gallon 1162 830 776 932 870 970 1058
Cryptometer Reading, min (b) GT-2A
m2 /liter 307 219 205 246 230 256 279
lb/gallon 3.7 3.8 3.9 3.5 3.8 3.6 3.6
VOC Content, max. ASTM D 3960
kg/liter 0.44 0.46 0.47 0.42 0.46 0.43 0.43
Viscosity, seconds (a) No. 4 Ford Cup ASTM D 1200
Flash Point, min (c) °C (°F) 13 (55) ASTM D 56
Dilution Stability, Hours, min. (a) 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 FTMS 141D, 4203.2
Appearance Pass
Storage Stability (a) GT-3B
Increase in Viscosity, Seconds, max 15
3.2 Dry Film Properties
Required dry film properties are also in MPAPS G-9009 Class IC. For conflicting requirements, G-5 shall take precedent for purchased
paint materials and G-9009 for purchased painted parts.
NAVISTAR Color Designation
DRY FILM PROPERTIES Medium
Red Metallic Other Metallic Reds and Yellows and Dark Colors Light Colors Test Designation (d)
Black Whites Colors 80-
Colors Colors Maroons Oranges <80% Ti0 2 >95% Ti0 2
95% Ti0 2
Initial @20 Degrees, min 85
GT-6B
Gloss (a) @60 Degrees, min 90
@20°min 18 Mo. 75
Gloss
@60°min 18 Mo. 80
South Florida
GT-7F
Exposure (e) Surface Condition after 18
Pass
Months
Color Change after 18
Pass
Months Exposure & Polish
Hiding Power Required, (b) mils 1.1 0.7 0.7 1.1 1.1 1.1 0.7 0.7 0.7 GT-2B
(Base Coat Only)
µm 28 18 18 28 28 28 18 18 18 Black/Gray
max, Black/Gray Morest (a)
Curing Properties on Receipt,
Pass GT-22
30 Minutes at 250 °F (a)
Color Stability (a) No Color Change, 4 point Change in 20 ° Gloss max GT-4B
Intercoat Tape Appearance Pass
GT-5B
Adhesion Feather Edge Appearance Pass
(a)
Color Pass SAE J1545
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Orange Peel 5.5 GT-29


(a) Most suitable for acceptance testing.
(b) Cryptometer reading not a requirement unless used for acceptance testing in lieu of the hiding power requirement. This requires that correlation be
established between results from the specific cryptometer used and the dry film hiding power results per CEMS GT-2B.
(c) This requirement will be waived if the paint is ordered for spray applications only and the containers are so marked.
(d) All test designations refer to the latest issue unless otherwise stated.
Note - Paint supplier will provide 18-month South Florida panels on product submitted for testing. NAVISTAR will conduct accelerated weathering test, as
indicated in the table above, for conditional approval. NAVISTAR will send test panels to South Florida to verify vendor panels before issuing final
approval.

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Chassis and Miscellaneous Paints Grade 32HS/Ur


1.0 APPLICATION
This specification covers a two-component low bake high solids urethane paint used in truck chassis applications. It is not suitable for use
as an air dry repair paint for Class A (Class I per TMS-9009) applications.
2.0 SCOPE
This specification covers the as-received liquid and the as-applied dry film property requirements of the paint.
3.0 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
3.1 Liquid Properties
Liquid
Properties NAVISTAR Color Designation

Black All Other Colors Test Designation (c)


Nonvolatile Content % by Volume, min (a) 51 ASTM D5201
Viscosity, seconds (a), (d) 16 - 22 No. 4 Ford Cup ASTM D 1200
Flash Point, min (b) F 55
ASTM D 56
C 13
Dilution Stability, Hours, min (a) 16 FTMS 141D, 4203.2
Appearance Pass
Storage Stability (a) GT-3B
Increase in Viscosity, Seconds, max 15
lbs /gallon 3.5 4.5
VOC Content, max ASTM D 3960
kg / liter .42 .54

3.2 Dry Film Properties


Required dry film properties are also in MPAPS G-9009 Class IIA. For conflicting requirements, G-5 shall take precedent for purchased
paint materials and G-9009 for purchased painted parts.
Test
NAVISTAR Color Designation
Dry Film Designation
Properties Black All OtherColors (c)
Initial Gloss at 60 Degrees, min (a) 90 GT-6B
mils 1.2 2.0
Dry Film Thickness, Min ASTM D 4138
µm 30 50
Hiding Power Required, mils 1.2 2.0
max (a) GT-2B
µm 30 50

Curing Properties on Receipt, 3 Minutes 180 F (a) Pass GT-21

Color (a) Pass ASTM D1729


Taping and Recoating Pass GT-4E
Chipping Resistance Pass GT-25
(a)Most suitable for acceptance testing.
(b)This requirement will be waived if the paint is ordered for spray application only and the containers are so marked.
(c)All test designations refer to the latest issue unless otherwise stated.
(d)Paint will be ordered to the viscosity range desired for the particular application.
Note - Paint supplier will provide South Florida panels on product submitted for testing. Accelerated weathering test panels, as indicated in the table above,
may be submitted for conditional approval.

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Chassis and Miscellaneous Paints Grade 32W


1.0 APPLICATION
This specification covers a water borne, very fast air drying, paint used in truck chassis applications. It is not suitable for use as an air dry
repair paint for Class A (Class I per TMS-9009/MPAPS G-9009) applications.
2.0 SCOPE
This specification covers the as-received liquid and the as-applied dry film property requirements of the paint.
3.0 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
3.1 Liquid Properties
Liquid
Properties NAVISTAR Color Designation Test
Designation
Black All Other Colors (d)
Nonvolatile Content % by Volume, min (a) 27 ASTM D5201
ft 2 /gallon 1357
Cryptometer Reading, min (b) GT-2A
m2 / liter 34
No. 4 Ford Cup ASTM D
Viscosity, seconds (a), (e) 40-50
1200
Flash Point, min (c) F 200
ASTM D 56
C 93
Dilution Stability, Hours, min (a) 16 FTMS 141D, 4203.2
Appearance Pass
Storage Stability (a) Increase in Viscosity, GT-3B
15
Seconds, max
lbs /gallon 2.6
VOC Content, max ASTM D 3960
kg / liter 0.31

3.2 Dry Film Properties


Required dry film properties are also in MPAPS G-9009 Class IIB. For conflicting requirements, G-5 shall take precedent for purchased
paint materials and G-9009 for purchased painted parts.
NAVISTAR Color Designation
Dry Film Properties Black All Other Colors Test Designation (d)
Initial Gloss at 60 Degrees, min (a) 75 GT-6B
inch .001
Dry Film Thickness, Min ASTM D 4138
µm 25
mils 1.0
Hiding Power Required, max (a), (b) GT-2B
µm 25

Curing Properties on Receipt, 15 Minutes 70 F (a) Pass GT-21

Hardness, min (a) B ASTM D3363


Color (a) Pass ASTM D1729
Early Water Resistance Pass GT-19
Taping and Recoating Pass GT-4E
Chipping Resistance Pass GT-25
(a) Most suitable for acceptance testing.
(b) For acceptance testing, a cryptometer requirement per CEMS GT-2A may be used in lieu of the hiding power requirement provided a correlation has been
established between results from the specific cryptometer used and the dry film hiding power results per CEMS GT-2B.
(c) This requirement will be waived if the paint is ordered for spray application only and the containers are so marked.
(d) All test designations refer to the latest issue unless otherwise stated.
(e) Paint will be ordered to the viscosity range desired for the particular application.
Note - Paint supplier will provide South Florida panels on product submitted for testing. Accelerated weathering test panels, as indicated in the table above,
may be submitted for conditional approval.

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Primer Grade 54
1.0 APPLICATION
This specification covers a synthetic flash drying primer with excellent adhesions and corrosion resistance. This primer is a suitable
substrate for all topcoats.
2.0 SCOPE
This specification covers the as-received liquid and the as-applied dry film property requirements of the paint.
3.0 PROPERTY REQUIREMENTS
3.1 Liquid Properties
Liquid Properties Navistar Color Designation All Colors Test Designation (d)
lb/gallon 10.0
Weight Per Unit Volume, Min (a) ASTM D 1475
kg/liter 1.20
% by Weight, min 53 ASTM D5201
Nonvolatile Content (a)
% by Volume, min 31 ASTM D5201
ft 2 /gallon 830
Cryptometer (b) Reading, min GT-2A
m2 / liter 20.4
Viscosity, seconds 30 to 40 No. 4 Ford Cup Per ASTM D 1200
Fineness of Grind, North Standard Graduations, min (a) 7.0 ASTM D 1210
F 55
Flash Point, min (c) ASTM D 56
C 13
Dilution Stability, Hours, min (a) 16 FTMS 141D, 4203.2
Appearance pass
Storage(a) Stability GT-3B
Increase in Viscosity, Seconds, max 15
lbs/gal, max 5
VOC ASTM D 3960
kg/liter, max 0.6

3.2 Dry Film Properties


Dry Film Properties Navistar Color Designation All Colors Test Designation (d)
Surface Condition Pass
Accelerated
Weathering, 1200 kJ Gloss, At 60 Degrees Pass MPAPS GT – 31 Method B
Exposure
Color Change After Exposure and Polish Pass
Hiding Power Required, max (a), (b) µm (mils) 20 (8.0) GT-2B
Curing Properties on Receipt, 30 Minutes at 121 C (250 F) (a) Pass GT-22
Toughness Pass CEMS GT-4C
Hardness, min(a) 2B ASTM D3363
Adhesion, min 95 GT-5A
Accelerated Adhesion, % min 90 GT-5C
Color (a) Pass ASTM D1729
Distilled Water, 100 Hours Pass GT-7G
Immersion
Ethylene Glycol Pass GT-7J
Gravelometer Rating 2A, 4A, or 4B as applicable per GT-28 SAE J400
Dry Film Appearance Pass
Salt Spray, 500 Hours Peek to Peek,GT-7D
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Corrosion Creepage, max mm 6


Humidity, 500 Hours Exposure Pass GT-7E
Holdout, % min 95 GT-6D
(a) Most suitable for acceptance testing.
(b) For acceptance testing, a cryptometer requirement per CEMS GT-2A may be used in lieu of the hiding power requirement provided a correlation has been established between results from the
specific cryptometer used and the dry film hiding power results per GT-2B.
(c) This requirement will be waived if the paint is ordered for spray applications only and the containers are so marked.
(d) All test designations refer to the latest issue unless otherwise stated.

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Primer Grade 56
1.0 APPLICATION
This specification covers a cathodic, E-coat primer intended as an undercoat for exterior and interior topcoats.
2.0 SCOPE
This specification applies to the as-received liquid and the as-applied dry film properly requirements of the primer.
3.0 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
3.1 Liquid Properties
Liquid Properties – Paste Feed U32AD800 Test Designation (b)
lbs/gallon 13.0
Weight Per Unit Volume, min ASTM D-1475
kg/liter 1.56
% by Weight, min (a) 66.5
Nonvolatile Content ASTM D5201
% by volume, min 45.0
Viscosity, KU (a) 70-80 ASTM D-562
Flash Point, min C ( F) 61 (142) ASTM D-3828
Appearance Pass
Storage Stability GT-3B
Increase in Viscosity, cps, max 1000

Liquid Properties – Resin Feed U32AD800 Test Designation (b)


lbs/gallon 8.9
Weight Per Unit Volume, min ASTM D-1475
kg/liter 1.07
% by Weight, min (a) 37.5
Nonvolatile Content ASTM D5201
% by volume, min 33
Viscosity, Cps. (a) Less Than 1000 ASTM D-2196
Flash Point, min C ( F) 93 (200) ASTM D-3828
Storage Appearance Pass
GT-3B
Stability Increase in Viscosity, cps, max 500

Liquid Properties – Mixed Primer U32AD800 Test Designation


lb/gallon 0.6
VOC Content, max ASTM D-3960
kg/liter 0.2
3.2 Dry Film Properties
Required dry film properties are also in MPAPS G-9009 Class IP. For conflicting requirements, G-5 shall take precedent for purchased
paint materials and G-9009 for purchased painted parts.
Dry Film Properties U32AD800 Test Designation (b)
Film Thickness 0.5 to 1.0 mils ASTM D7091
Initial Gloss at 60 , min. (a) 50 GT-6B
Curing Properties on Receipt, 30 Minutes at 163 C (325 F) (a) Pass GT-22
Toughness, Bend Test Pass ASTM D522 Method B, 9.5 mm
Hardness Min. (a) F ASTM D3363
Tape Appearance Pass
Intercoat Adhesion (a) GT-5B
Feather Edge Appearance Pass
Color Pass ASTM D1729
Distilled Water, 100 Hours Pass
Immersion GT-7J
Ethylene Glycol Pass
Unsanded Panels, min. 90
Sanded Panels, % min. GT-6A
Holdout 95
Difference Between Unsanded & Sanded Panels, % max. 5
Sanding Pass GT-7B
Solvent Rub Pass 20 Double Rubs GT-14A
(a) Most suitable for acceptance testing.
(b) All test designations refer to the latest issue unless otherwise stated.

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Repair Grade 61
1.0 APPLICATION
This specification covers a merchandising paint supplied in a pressurized container.
2.0 SCOPE
This specification covers the as-received liquid and the as-applied dry film property requirements of the paint.
3.0 PROPERTY REQUIREMENTS
3.1 Liquid Properties

Navistar Color Designation


Liquid Properties Yellows Whites Test Designation (d)
Metallic Medium Colors Reds and Dark
Black and and
Colors 20-80% Ti02 Maroons Solids
Oranges Pastels
Nonvolatile Content, % by Weight min
20 25 (c) 20 22 20 26 25 ASTM D5201
(a) (c)
2
Cryptometer Reading, ft /gallon 300 1200 450 300 582 450 430
GT-2A
min (b) m2 /liter 7.3 29.5 11.0 7.3 14.3 11.0 10.6
Storage Appearance Pass
GT-3F
Stability (a) Spray Characteristics Pass

3.2 Dry Film Properties


Navistar Color Designation
Dry Film Properties Yellows Whites Test Designation (d)
Metallic Medium Colors Reds and Dark
Black and and
Colors 20-80% Ti02 Maroons Solids
Oranges Pastels
Initial At 20 Degrees 60 80 80 80 80 80 80
Gloss, min GT-6B
(a) At 60 Degrees 80 90 (e) 90 90 90 90 90
Accelerate Gloss at 60 Degrees 60 70 (f) 60 60 60 60 (g) 60
d
Surface Condition, min Pass MPAPS GT-31
Weatherin
Color Change After Method B
g, 1200 kJ Pass
Exposure Exposure & Polish
Hiding Power Required, max mils 2.0
GT-2B
(a), (b) µm 51
Curing Properties on Receipt, 15
Pass GT-21
Minutes at 70º F
Color (a) Pass ASTM D1729
Distilled Water, 48 Hours Pass GT-7G
Immersion Xylene-Mineral Spirits Pass GT-7H
Ethylene Glycol Pass GT-7J
Intercoat Compatibility Pass GT-4K
(a) Most suitable for acceptance testing.
(b) Cryptometer reading is not a requirement, unless used for acceptance testing in lieu of the hiding power requirement. This requires that correlation be
established between results from the specific cryptometer used and the dry film hiding power results per GT-2B.
(c) Where 0001F thru 0001M is specified, a 1% increase in weight solids is required.
(d) All test designations refer to the latest issue unless otherwise stated.
(e) Initial gloss of black other than 0001 is outlined in CEMS G-5, Part I, Section B.
(f) For gloss designation F-M, the gloss reading will be a minimum of 50% of the initial gloss reading.
(g) For 0483B, minimum gloss of 55.

3.3 Propellant
The propellant will be the hydrocarbon type.

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Repair Grade 62
1.0 APPLICATION
This specification covers a fast air drying topcoat used for refinishing and repair in service.
2.0 SCOPE
This specification covers the as-received liquid and the as-applied dry film property requirements of the paint.
3.0 PROPERTY REQUIREMENTS
3.1 Liquid Properties
Navistar Color Designation Test
Yellows Whites Designation
Liquid Properties Metallic Medium Colors Reds and Dark
Black and and
Colors 20-80% Ti02 Maroons Solids (d)
Oranges Pastels
Weight Per Unit Volume, lb/gallon 7.8 7.7 8.3 7.6 8.2 8.0 8.4
ASTM D 1475
min (a) kg/liter 0.93 0.92 0.99 0.91 0.98 0.96 1.01
Nonvolatile % by Weight (a) 40 39 (e) 45 38 41 44 48
ASTM D5201
Content, min % by Volume 28 27 (e) 29 29 29 30 30
Cryptometer Reading, ft2 /gallon 342 1200 480 342 646 480 582
GT-2A
min (b) m2 /liter 8.4 29.5 11.8 8.4 15.9 11.8 14.3
No.4 Ford Cup ASTM
Viscosity, seconds (a) 40 to 60
D 1200
Flash Point, min º C (º F) (c) 21 (70) ASTM D 56
Dilution Stability, Hours, min (a) 16 FTMS 141D, 4203.2
Storage Stability Increase in Viscosity,
20 GT-3B
(a) Seconds, max
3.2 Dry Film Properties
Navistar Color Designation
Yellows Whites
Dry Film Properties Metallic
Black
Medium Colors Reds and Dark
and and Test Designation (d)
Colors 20-80% Ti02 Maroons Solids
Oranges Pastels
Initial Gloss, At 20 Degrees 70 85 80 80 80 80 80
GT-6B
min (a) At 60 Degrees 90 90 (f) 90 90 90 90 90
Gloss at 60 Degrees, min 60 70 (g) 60 70 60 60 (h) 60
Accelerated
Surface Condition Pass MPAPS GT-31 Method
Weathering,
Color Change After B
1200 kJ Pass
Exposure & Polish
mils 2.0
Hiding Power, max (a), (b) GT-2B
µm 51
Curing Properties on Receipt, 6 Hours at 70º
Pass GT-21
F
Curing Properties at 3 Months, 8 Hours at 70º
Pass GT-21
F
ASTM D522 Method B,
Toughness Pass
9.5 mm
Hardness, min (a) 2B ASTM D3363
Bleeding Pass GT-4J
Adhesion, % min 90 GT-5A
Color (a) Pass ASTM D1729
Distilled Water, 48 Hours Pass GT-7G
Immersion Xylene-Mineral Spirits Pass GT-7H
Ethylene Glycol Pass GT-7J
Taping and Recoating Pass GT-4E
Wrinkling Resistance Pass GT-4F
(a) Most suitable for acceptance testing.
(b) Cryptometer reading is not a requirement, unless used for acceptance testing in lieu of the hiding power requirement. This requires that correlation be
established between results from the specific cryptometer used and the dry film hiding power results per GT-2B.
(c) This requirement will be waived if the paint is ordered for spray applications only and the containers are so marked.
(d) All test designations refer to the latest issue unless otherwise stated.
(e) Where 0001F through 0001M is specified, a 1% increase in weight and volume solids is required.
(f) Initial gloss of black other than 0001 is outlined in MPAPS G-5 APPX.
(g) For gloss designation F-M, the gloss reading will be a minimum of 50% of the initial gloss reading.
(h) For 0483B; minimum gloss of 55.

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Engine Grade 81W


1.0 APPLICATION
This specification covers a one-component, air drying, waterborne paint†. No South Florida exposure requirements are specified.
2.0 SCOPE
This specification covers the as-received liquid and the as-applied dry film property requirements of the paint.
3.0 PROPERTY REQUIREMENTS
3.1 Liquid Property Requirements
Liquid Properties NAVISTAR Color Designation
6438 Blue 6438 Blue 8883 0028 CLEAR
Test Designation (d)
M.P. Indy GRAY BLACK COAT
M.P. M.P.
Weight Per Unit Volume, lb/gallon 9.10 8.75 9.0 9.0 8.35
ASTM D 1475
min (a) kg/liter 1.09 1.05 1.08 1.08 1.00
Nonvolatile Content % by Weight, min (a) 34 36 34 34 26
ASTM D5201
% by Volume, min 24 26 24 24 22
2
Cryptometer Reading, min ft /gallon 776 776 460 970 NA
(b) GT-2A
m2 /liter 19.0 19.0 11.3 23.8 NA
VOC, Content Max lbs/gallon 2.85 3.5 2.85 2.85 3.5
ASTM D 3960
kg/liter 0.34 0.42 0.34 0.34 0.42
(a), (e)
Viscosity, seconds 20 to 80 No. 4 Ford Cup ASTM D 1200
Flash Point, min ºC (º F) (c) 38 (100) ASTM D 56
Dilution Stability, Hours, min (a) 16 FTMS 141D, 4203.2
Appearance Pass
Storage Stability (a) GT-3B
Increase Viscosity, Sec, max 50% of Original Value
pH 8.0-9.0 ASTM E 70
3.2 Dry Film Property Requirements
Required dry film properties are also in MPAPS G-9009 Class IIC. For conflicting requirements, G-5 shall take precedent for purchased
paint materials and G-9009 for purchased painted parts.
TEST
DRY FILM NAVISTAR COLOR CLEAR DESIGNATION
PROPERTIES DESIGNATION ALL COLORS COAT (d)
Initial Gloss at 60 Degrees (a) 85 85 GT-6B
Hiding Power mils 1.6 NA
GT-2B
Required, max (a), (b) µm 41 NA
Curing Properties on Receipt, 15 Minutes
70 F (a) (f) Pass GT-21

Hardness, min(a) B ASTM D3363


(a)
Color Pass NA ASTM D1729
Dry Film Appearance Pass
Salt Spray, 100 Hrs. GT-7D, Peek to Peek
Corrosion Creepage, max, mm 6
Humidity, 24 Hours Exposure Pass GT-7E
Oil Compatibility of Paint Pass GT-17
Glycol Compatibility of Paint Pass GT-26
Application Heat Resistance Pass GT-27
Note: Safety precautions must be observed when using electrostatic spray equipment with water borne coatings.
(a) Most suitable for acceptance testing.
(b) For acceptance testing, a cryptometer requirement per GT-2A may be used in lieu of the hiding power requirement provided a correlation has been
established between results from the specific cryptometer used and the dry film hiding power results per GT-2B.
(c) This requirement will be waived if the paint is ordered for spray application only and the containers are so marked.
(d) All test designations refer to the latest issue unless otherwise stated.
(e) Paint will be ordered to the viscosity range desired for the particular application.
(f) Final acceptance will be based on the paint meeting the production drying schedule.
(g) Final acceptance will be based on the resistance to in-process cleaners and metalworking fluids.

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Pre-Treat Grades 100


1.0 APPLICATION
This specification covers a zinc phosphate pretreat system used to prepare metal for priming and painting
by removing oils, soils and other contaminants from the surface; activate the metal surface to facilitate
dense crystal formation; convert the metal surface to a stable, non-metallic polycrystalline surface; and
seal areas of coating porosity to gain in corrosion inhibition under the paint film.
2.0 SCOPE
This specification covers the as-received material and the as-applied coating property requirements of the
chemicals.
3.0 PROPERTY REQUIREMENTS †
Grade 101 - Cleaner - Water based alkaline cleaner and surfactant that remove oils, soils, and other
contaminants; operated within the process parameters established by the material supplier.
Grade 103 - Conditioner – Water based conditioning rinse which promotes the formation of a fine,
dense, uniform zinc phosphate coating; operated within the process parameters established by the
material supplier.
Grade 105 - Zinc Phosphate – Water based zinc phosphate which converts the metal surface to a stable,
non-metallic polycrystalline surface; operated within the process parameters established by the material
supplier.
Grade 107 - Post Treatment – Chrome free water based post treatment which seals areas of coating
porosity and provide a slightly acidic surface; operated within the process parameters established by the
material supplier.
3.1 Liquid Property Requirements
Liquid property requirements are under development.
3.2 Dry Film Property Requirements †
3.2.1 Coating Weights
Cold Rolled Steel = 150 – 350 mg/ft2
Electro-galvanized = 200 – 400 mg/ft2
Hot Dipped Galvanized = 200 – 400 mg/ft2
Aluminum = 125 – 325 mg/ft2
3.2.2 Phosphate Crystal Morphology
2 – 10 microns target
3.2.3 Phosphate Crystal Appearance
Shall be uniform with >90% coverage

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NUMBER:
Material, Parts, and Process Specifications MPAPS G-5 APPENDIX
Former Designation:
(MPAPS) CEMS G-5 Part I Appendix
TITLE: CURRENT Rev. No.: DATE:
Paint - Appendix 1412 Dec. 2014
WRITTEN/REVIEWED BY: APPROVED BY: SUPERSEDES:
Materials Engineering Materials Engineering Rev. 1408 – August 2014

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This specification may involve hazardous materials, equipment, and procedures. This specification does not purport to address all of
the safety issues associated with its use. The user is responsible to consult appropriate safety and health practices and to determine
the applicability of regulatory limits prior to use.
Change Notice: Updated to correlate with new MPAPS G-9009 spec; added content from MPAPS
G-5; editorial changes.

APPENDIX - GENERAL INFORMATION

1.0 PAINT CLASSIFICATION


Paints are classified by use of designations for both appearance and grade, separated by a dash. Color
and gloss are specified in the appearance designation† with gloss being 83 min unless otherwise
indicated by a letter. Paint properties and special requirements are specified in the grade designation. A
typical paint identification number is shown by the following example below.

NOTE: when the first digit is zero and the second is a number other than zero, the second
digit will designate the color family. Example: 0311 Orange.
1.1 Color Requirement
This consists of one digit indicating the basic color and either three digits or a letter and two digits
indicating the serial number of the particular shade of the basic color.
1.2 Gloss Requirement
Minimum gloss requirements are indicated by suffix letters to the color number in the appearance
designation. No suffix will be used when full gloss is required or when specifying primers and casting
sealers.
1.3 Texture Requirement
When texturing is desired, the suffix “T” is added after the gloss indicator in the appearance
designation. Texturing always requires a gloss designation.
1.4 Grade Designation
The grade designation consists of two digits. A suffix is also occasionally used to indicate a special
requirement. For example: “-29T.” The “2” represents Part II, the “9” quality requirements of the paint,
and the “T” a special requirement (higher baking temperature).
When referring to a specific paint, such as on a purchase order, the complete appearance and grade
designation will be specified along with the color name. This will help avoid confusion.
Examples: NAV 0483-18 Yellow
NAV 0001L-29 Black
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1.4.1 When referring only to color, as in pamphlets or letters, appearance designation and color name
will be specified. The grade designation is not necessary.
Examples: NAV 4421 School Bus Yellow
NAV 0311 Omaha Orange

Example:

Grade
Designation
Industry Appearance †
Designation for Designation
NAVISTAR
Color numbers -
NAV 4 3 8 4 M T 2 9 T

Basic † Shade of Gloss Special


Textured
Color Basic Color 60° Requirements

0 = Black A - Hot Spray Applied


1 = Brown (buff, tan, cream) A = 85 5 T - Higher Baking Temperature
2 = Red (coral, pink) B = 75 5 W - Water Borne
3 = Orange C = 65 5 HS - High Solids
4 = Yellow (chartreuse, ivory) D = 55 5 Crackle
5 = Green E = 45 5
6 = Blue F = 35 5
7 = Violet (mauve) G = 25 5 † Note: when the first digit is zero and the second
8 = Gray H = 15 5 is a number other than zero, the second digit will
9 = White designate the color family. Example: 0311
J = 10 5
Orange.
K = 15 - 20
L = 10 - 15
M = 5 - 10
N = 2 - 5

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Navistar Principal
Grade Description and Characteristics Navistar User
TOPCOATS
-17 A two-component isocyanate activated acrylic urethane topcoat with
excellent durability, color retention, and gloss. Void
-17HS A high solids version of Grade –17. Truck
-18 Base Coat/Urethane Clear Coat system possessing outstanding durability
color retention, and gloss. Truck
-19 An acrylic oven drying topcoat possessing superior durability, color retention, and
gloss. Void
-19HS This is a high solids version of Grade –19. Truck
-20 Powder Coat used as either a primer or top coat with excellent durability Void
-29 A baking topcoat used for the interior of trucks. Void
-29HS This is a high solids version of Grade –29. Void
-29T This is a high baking temperature version of Grade –29. Void
-29THS This is a high solids version of Grade –29T. Void
CHASSIS AND MISCELLANEOUS PAINTS
-32 A very fast air drying chassis paint Void
-32HS This is a high solids version of Grade -32. Void
-32HS/UR This is a high solids urethane version of Grade –32. Truck
-32W This is a water based version of Grade –32. Truck
-33 Heat Resistant Paint Void
CASTING SEALERS
-41 A chlorinated rubber base sealer with good film building properties. It may be Void
stored outdoors for as long as six months. It may be applied by hand spraying,
automatic spraying, airless spraying, flow coating, or dipping.
-43 A synthetic alkyd sealer for use on extremely rough casting. It possesses Void
excellent exposure durability and film building properties. It is sensitive
to diesel fuel unless completely cured (approx 7 days). This sealer may be applied
by hand spraying, automatic spraying, flow coating, or dipping.
-43W An air drying, water borne solution, emulsion, or dispersion type sealer. It Void
possesses excellent exposure durability and film building properties. This sealer
may be applied by hand spraying, automatic spraying, flow coating, or dipping.
Navistar Principal
Description and Characteristics
Grade Navistar User
PRIMERS
-50 A high quality baking primer with good corrosion resistance. This Void
primer is a suitable substrate for Grades –17, -18, and –19 topcoats.
-52 A synthetic baking primer for use on fiberglass reinforced plastic Void
(FRP).
-52HS This is a high solids version of Grade – 52.
-52W This is a water based primer for FRP.
-53 and An air drying or oven drying synthetic alkyd primer for use on Void
–53A
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production and service parts: suitable for heated paint application when
specified with an A suffix
-54 A synthetic flash drying primer possessing excellent adhesion, holdout,
and corrosion resistance. This primer is a suitable substrate for Grades
Truck
–18, -19, and –29 topcoats.

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-55 A high quality baking primer formulated for flow coat application. Void
-55W Primer is a suitable substrate for Grades –18, -19, and –29 topcoats. A
water-borne solution of this primer is designated by the suffix W.
-56 A cathodic, electro-deposited primer. Truck
PAINTS FOR REPAIR AND SERVICE
-61 A merchandising paint in a pressurized container. Merchandising
and Service
-62 An air drying paint furnished for service. Merchandising
and Service
ENGINE PAINTS
-81HS A very fast drying engine paint; no exposure requirements are specified. Void
-81W An air drying, water borne engine paint; no exposure requirements are
specified. Engine
-82W This is a water based, air drying engine primer. Void
-83W This is a water based, oven bake engine primer. Void

Obsolete Specification Conversions


The following obsolete CEMS G-5 classifications and grades are equivalent to the TMS-9009 classes
which are converted to new MPAPS G-9009:
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TMS-9009 CEMS G-5, Part IA MPAPS G-9009


Class I Class A: Decorative Class IA
Class 1P Class A: Decorative Class 1P
Class IIA Class B: Non-decorative & Small Parts Class IIA
Class II Class B: Non-decorative & Small Parts Class IIP or IIB
Class III Class D: Interior Class IIIA
Class IV Class E: Frame & Chassis Class IIB
Class V Class F: Engines Class IIC
Class VI Class G: Castings Class IIC

Other specifications are converted to the new specification:


Old specification MPAPS G-9009
TMS-9016 Painting, bumpers* Class IIA
Type P, TMS-9014 Class IIPE1-S
Type TK, TMS-9014 Class IIA–S
Type PK, TMS-9014 Class IIA-KS
TMS-4519 Class IIB-E1
TMS-4002 Class IIB or Class IIBP
*-New bumpers should be specified to Class IB

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