The enamel is semi-matt, wear-proof, and dries quickly. It has a perfect application rate. It resists to water, oils, detergents and disinfectants.
It is intended for coating of wooden and mineral surfaces indoors, which are exposed by moderate mechanical load and chemical effect. I t is intended for initial coating of floors and their reparating as well as for sill plates, stairs, stair rails and for walls in living, trade and storing spaces.
It can be tinted manually with Pigment Concentrate Farbex Color, other waterborne coloring pastes or with a coloring machine acc. to NCS color range and others.
|Consumption standard for full spalling||150-200 ml/m2|
|Application||Apply with a brush, a roller or a spraying gun.|
|Drying period (23 °С, 50% RH)||< 2 hour|
|Solids content (DSTU ISO 3251)||About 44-45 %|
|The degree of milling (SSU ISO 1524)||About 5 µm|
|Density (DSTU ISO 2811-1)||About 1.19-1.2 g/сm3|
|Hardness (DSTU ISO 1522)||About 80 sec.|
|Impact resistance (DSTU ISO 6272-2)||50|
|Warranty period||24 months from the date of manufacturing
(at the temperature from +5 °С till +35 °С)
|Packaging||0,9 l, 3 l, 10 l|
The surface under application shall be dry. Сlean the surface from dust, dirt, loose coatings, oil, grease and other dirt thoroughly. Defected surfaces (holes, rends, cracks) shall be filled with Putty for wood ТМ Farbex.
After dry surface shall be polished and removed from the dust.
The mineral absorbing surfaces shall be undercoated with Deep-penetrating waterborne acrylic primer “SuperBase” TM Farbex.
Wooden surfaces shall be undercoated with Acrylic wood primer TM Maxima.
Stir the enamel thoroughly before use. The application shall be performed at the temperature of air and surface from + 10 °С till + 30 °С and maximal relative air humidity 80%.
The next layer shall be applied not earlier, than in 4 hours.
The applied surface is ready for use after 2 days. The final hardening of the surface and the acquisition of its properties occurs 2 weeks after the coating.
Clean tools with water after application.
When calculating the area to be painted, you need to subtract the area that will not be painted. (windows, doors, etc.)
Paint consumption may vary depending on dilution and uniformity of application of the paint.