QA Timber Colour
Durable high opacity pure acrylic long life timber coating. Excellent resistance to UV degradation, chalking, colour change & dirt pick up.
Solvent resistance,sensitive to aromatic hydrocarbons & alcohols. Toxicity, lead free – the film dry is non toxic. Available in a variety of timber tonings & white
Theoretical spreading rate at recommended dry film build Assumes no losses. Two coats are recommended each with a spreading rate of 16m² per litre at recommended 20 micrometres dry film build corresponding to an overall rate of 8m² per litre at 44 micrometres dry film build. Practical spreading rates will vary depending on such factors as application conditions & surface roughness.
Theoretical volume solids 38%
Provide adequate ventilation during use. Airflow should be adequate to ensure a comfortable working atmosphere. When spraying, comply with the provisions of the State Spray Painting Regulations.
Do not paint at temperatures below 10⁰C during the drying period. RAIN OR DEW DURING THE DRYING PERIOD WILL DAMAGE THE FILM. If conditions are hot & windy, cool the surface by hosing & paint the cool, damp surface. To minimise clogging, use two brushes, soaking one in water & exchanging at regular intervals. Occasionally an apparently sound old paint will lose adhesion when recoated, particularly if the new paint is darker in colour & so reaches higher temperatures.
To avoid this check its adhesion by cutting through the film with a razor blade or trimming knife, press cellulose tape firmly across the cut & rip it off. If the old paint comes off with the tape it should be removed before repainting. Use nylon brushes. Do not overspread or exceed 16m² / litre per coat. Do not apply to exposed surfaces when rain threatens.
Transportation sizes available 1litre, 4 litre, 10litre & 20litre. Transportation weight 1.3kg/litre. No special transportation requirements. Non flammable.