It is intended for tinting of most waterborne paints, enamels, varnishes, stuccos, lime and other waterborne products, which are used for coating surfaces indoors and outdoors.
|Consumption standard for tinting||It depends on a desired color, but not more than 10% of the volume of paint product.|
|Solids content (DSTU ISO 3251)||≈ 3 - 10 % (Lavender, Salmon, Crimson, Orange, Peach, Pink, Gray-blue, Purple).
≈ 10 - 20 % (Turquoise, Blue, Yellow, Green, Red, Lime, Lemon, Light green, Pistachio, Black).
≈ 20 - 30 % (Beige, Brown, Caramel, Coral, Olive, Sunny).
> 30 % (White, Camel, Brown, Ochre, Sand).
|Density (DSTU ISO 2811-1)||≈ 1,0 - 1,1 g/cm3 ((Turquoise, Blue, Yellow, Green, Red, Lavender, Lime, Lemon, Salmon, Crimson, Orange, Peach, Pink, Light green, Gray-blue, Purple, Pistachio, Black).
≈ 1,1 - 1,3 g/cm3 (Beige, Brown, Caramel, Coral, Olive, Sunny).
≈ 1,3 - 1,4 g/cm3 (Camel, Brown, Ochre, Sand).
≈ 1,7 g/cm3 (White).
|Color retention||For interior work (Salmon, Orange, Peach).
For exterior and interior work (White, Beige, Turquoise, Grey-brown, Camel, Blue, Coral, Brown, Lavender, Crimson, Ochre, Sand, Pink, Gray-Blue, Sunny, Violet, Black, Yellow, Green, Caramel, Red, Lime, Lemon).
|Warranty period||36 months|
Shake before use. Add gradually, thoroughly mixing with the paint product manually or in a mechanic way.
If you want to tint lime solution, first tint water with a colorant and then add gradually lime stirring thoroughly.
It is recommended to add maximum 10% to a paint and 5% to a lime solution. Layering of the product is not a defect. Do not use it as an individual product.
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.