PP1 Prep-Wash Coat Primer is a ready mixed, flexible through coloured penetrating primer to control suction and ensure good key for finish coating.
Brush, Roller or Spray
TK11, GRC, X71, Bonded Paint, Dash,Roughcast, Render
3 – 24 Hrs @ 25 – 5˚c
85 M² per 10 Litres
1˚c – 25˚c for a min of 24 hrs
Less than 85% for a min of 24 hrs
All surfaces must be sound, clean, dry and free of any material which may impair adhesion. Scaffolding must be independently-tied to allow for uninterrupted application. Any faults in the structure, particularly thosewhich may lead to moisture penetration, must be rectified.
PP1 Prep-Wash Coat Primer is supplied ready to use, but may need re-mixing using a suitable paddle mixer to regain correct consistency for application.
By roller – submerse the roller totally in the primer to ensure that the roller is fully loaded with material to allow even application without spreading too thinly.
Specification Clauses relating to these products can be found in NBS Section M20 rendering. BS 5262 Codeof Practice for External Rendering and BS 8000-10 must be followed
When stored unopened in a dry place at temperatures above 5oC, shelf life is 12 months from date of manufacture.
All equipment must be washed with white spirit immediately after use. Waste material should not be emptied into drainage systems.
HEALTH & SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
For further information, please request the material safety data sheet for this product.
The weather conditions for application and drying are critical. Do not apply if any of the following conditions are likely to arise during –
or in the first 24 hours following application:
o If frost is forecast, or in wet conditions
o When Relative Humidity is above 85%
o In temperatures below +1ºC or above +25ºC
o If the elevation is in direct sunlight
o If the substrate is hot (at or above 30C) or below +1ºC
o Coverage rates are approx. and do not take into account wastage and uneven substrates
The product must be protected against heavy rain, direct sun or wind in the first 24 hours after application. Sheeting the façade or the scaffold is advised to protect against this. For this particular product if these parameters are not met polymer film damage, wash off, discoloration and potential failure can occur. It is the responsibility of the application contractor to manage and record the weather conditions during application and curing of the product.
To the best of our knowledge and belief, this information is true and accurate. However, as conditions of use of the product and the expertise of any labour involved are beyond our control, the end user must satisfy himself by prior testing that the product is suitable for his specific application if no spec has been provided for the project in hand. No responsibility can be accepted, nor any warranty given by our Representatives, Agents or Distributors. Products are sold subject to our Standard Conditions of Sale and the end user should ensure