It is intended for coating of metal, wooden and other surfaces (roofs, pipe-lines, garages, etc.) Do not apply on flloors.
|Consumption standard of 1 layer||120-150 g/m2|
|Solvent||solvent TM DekART|
|Application||Apply with a brush or a roller.|
|Drying period (23 °С, 50% RH)||24 hours.|
|Solids content (DSTU ISO 3251)||88-90 %|
|Density (DSTU ISO 2811-1)||ab. 1,6 g/см3|
|Hardness (DSTU ISO 1522)||ab. 12 sec.|
|Warranty period||12 months|
|Packaging||2,5 kg, 60 kg|
The surface shall be dry and clean. Clean thoroughly metal surfaces of dust, rust, scale, loose paint coat, grease and other dirt.
New wooden surfaces shall be polished. Remove abrasive dust after that.
Clean previously coated wooden surfaces of loose paint coat and dirt. Then polish and remove abrasive dust.
Previously coated wooden surfaces require no undercoating.
Previously uncoated wooden surfaces shall be primed with Alkyd wood protective primer TM "Delfi". Be sure that the surface is completely dry before undercoating.
Previously uncoated metal surfaces shall be primed with Alkyd primer GF-021 TM "DekArt"
Previously uncoated concrete surfaces shall be primed with a solution of paint and solvent at a rate of 1:1.
Stir the paint thoroughly till homogeneous condition. Dilute it with a solvent till working viscosity, if necessary. The primed surface shall be dry before paint applying. It is recommended to apply the paint in 1-2 thin layers. Do not apply the product in one thick layer! A subsequent layer shall be applied in 24 hours. Performe the application at the temperature from + 10°С till + 35 °С and relative air humidity less than 80%. After the coating is applied it shall not be affected by precipitations before finishing coating for 24 hours. The surface hardens completely and achieves its properties in 14 days after the coating.
Clean tools with a solvent and then with warm water with detergents if necessary.
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.