This description covers two types and classes of low vac, spray applied, clear and pigmented lacquer intended for interior use on properly prepared metal and plastic surfaces, and sealed wood surfaces.
This description covers a lusterless (flat) and semigloss synthetic resin lacquer for application onto lacquer resistant primer or recoating prepared metal surfaces. Not for use on bare metal without a primer undercoat. Provides a rapid tack free and dry hard condition at temperatures lower than curing type resins.
This description covers a water-clear, high gloss, air-drying lacquer for application by brush, wiping cloth or roller. The lacquer is intended for general interior and exterior maintenance of primed metal or unfinished sealed wood, or for recoating sanded or solvent activated compatibles finishes.
The MIL-L-19537 specification covers one grade of acrylic-nitrocellulose gloss lacquer for use as a general purpose exterior protective coating for metal surfaces, and is particularly formulated for resistance to diester lubricating oil. This specification is canceled. Superseded by MIL-L-81352.
The MIL-L-19538 specification covers the requirements for acrylic-nitrocellulose camouflage lacquer for metal surfaces which is particularly formulated for resistance to diester lubricating oil. This specification is canceled. Superseded by MIL-L-81352.
This specification covers one type and grade of purple lacquer for sealing the flash holes of primer extension tubes and as a waterproofing agent for artillery ammunition primers. The purple nitrocellulose lacquer is suitable for use in areas covered by Air Pollution Regulations.
This specification covers one grade of red lacquer for application over the foil and anvil of ammunition primer after anvil seating operation. This red lacquer finish can be used in areas covered by AIR POLLUTION REGULATIONS.
This specification covers two types of low reflective acrylic lacquer for aircraft and is suitable for use under air pollution regulations. This specification is canceled. Superseded by MIL-DTL-64159 aliphatic polyurethane or MIL-C-53039.