acrylic façade paint

P1  na ściany P1 na ściany
P3  do wewnątrz P3 do wewnątrz
P4  na zewnątrz P4 na zewnątrz
N7  pędzel N7 pędzel
N9  wałek N9 wałek
N10 natrysk N10 natrysk

Product description

Recommended for surfaces exposed to pollution and high functional load – due to high abrasion resistance and low absorptiveness, it is perfect for places exposed to these factors: on facades of schools, shops, sport facilities, buildings situated along communication routes, for staircases, corridors, etc.

Main properties

  • outstanding colour durability
  • perfectly coating and efficient
  • highly resistant to contamination with algae
  • self – cleaning ability

Main parameters

  • 400 colours
  • consumption: 1 l of paint for ca. 7 m² (on smooth surfaces)


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Recommended for surfaces exposed to pollution and high functional load – due to high abrasion resistance and low absorptiveness, it is perfect for places exposed to these factors: on facades of schools, shops, sport facilities, buildings situated along communication routes, for staircases, corridors, etc.
Recommended for surfaces exposed to high thermal load – due to elasticity and high resistance to cracks and scratches, it compensates strain resulting from different heat expansion of layers beneath, e.g. present in sunlit facades.
Can be used as decorative and protective coat.
Types of painted substrates – cement plasters, cement-lime plasters, thin-coat mineral and dispersion renders, gypsum rough walls of concrete, bricks, blocks and ceramic or silicate hollow bricks.
Types of painted buildings - residential, detached and multi-family houses, industrial, public access, outbuildings.


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Low water absorption – protects the painted substrate against humidity permeating from the outside.
Perfect functional parameters – resistant to ageing, precipitation and all kinds of aggressive substances present both in the substrate and the natural environment.
Good coating properties.
BIO PROTECTION – creates unfavorable conditions for fungi and algae growth due to its low water absorption and acid-alkaline reaction.
Self – cleaning ability - creates surface resistant to adhesion of pollution – the paint surface is extremely consistent, microscopically smooth, due to which particles of dirt, algae and fungi spores easily lose contact with the wall and are naturally removed by rain and wind.
Application in lowered temperatures (from 0°C) and high humidity (up to ca. 80%) – after adding ATLAS ESKIMO agent.
Creates smooth and matt surface – no wrinkles, cracks or gloss.
Colour durability – the application of modern pigments and fillers provides freedom in the façade colour selection and keeping it in an unchanged form for many years.
400 colours – according to Renders and Paints SAH Colour Scheme.


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ATLAS SALTA E paint is manufactured on the basis of acrylic dispersion combined with high quality fillers and chemical agents. ATLAS SALTA E wall paint for outdoor use: maximum content of VOC in the product: 26.5 g/l, allowable VOC content: 40 g/l.
ca. 1.52 kg/dm³
Adhesion grade
(according to PN-80/C-81531)
0.14 - 1.4 m
Paint preparation, substrate,
and ambient temperature during work
from +5°C to +25°C
Next layer application
after ca. 6 h
Drying time
from 2 to 4 h
Properties of ATLAS SALTA E based on EN 1062-1:2004 standard.
Gloss G
G3 – matt
Coat thickness E
E3 – 100<E<200 μm
Grain size
S1 – fine < 100 μm
Water vapour permeability coefficient V
15 > V1 > 150 [g/m²d]
Water filtration W
W3 < 0,1 [kg/m²h0.5]


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The product has been given the Radiation Hygiene Certificate.


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Substrate preparation
The substrate should be dry and structurally sound i.e. strong enough and free from layers that may weaken paint adhesion, in particular efflorescence, dust, dirt, wax and grease. Carefully remove any old paints and repair and float small defects (e.g. cracks or cavities) e.g. with ATLAS ZW 330 mortar. Substrates of low absorbability and fresh thin-coat renders do not require additional priming. Old renders and other substrates of high absorbability must be primed with ATLAS UNI - GRUNT emulsion.
Rendering coats can be painted after they have set completely, not earlier than:
−for mineral renders ATLAS CERMIT SN, DR, SN-MAL, ND and ND for painting – after 5 days,
−for acrylic renders ATLAS CERMIT N and R, SAH renders – after 7 days,
−traditional plasters, e.g. ATLAS PLASTERING MIX, ATLAS REKORD GREY – after 4 – 6 weeks.
 Paint preparation
The paint is delivered in the ready to use form. Mix well before use in order to homogenize the consistency. Mechanical mixing with a slow drill with a mixer is recommended. The paint must not be mixed with other materials.
Paint dilution
For the application of the first (pre-coat) layer on structural renders, it is recommended to dilute paint using the maximum of 0.15 l of water for 10 l paint container. Maintain the same dilution ratio for the whole painted surface. For the final painting, use undiluted paint.
Apply the paint on prepared and seasoned substrate in the form of a thin and even coat. The painting can be done with a roller, a brush, or by spraying. Depending on substrate absorptivity and structure, one or two layers of paint can be applied. For the first layer, so-called pre-coat, applied on textured renders, we recommend using the paint diluted in the proportion described above. The next layer can be applied after the first one has dried completely (after 6 hours minimum) in a criss-cross pattern, keeping the same direction of application for a given paint coat. Technological breaks have to be planned in advance, e.g. in the corners and angles of the building, under rainwater pipes, or place of contact of two colours, etc. Apply the paint continuously (using the “wet on wet” method), avoiding breaks in work. The drying time depends on the substrate, the temperature and the relative air humidity and is from ca. 2 to 4 hours.


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Consumption depends on, i. e. substrate absorptiveness and painted surface structure. It is recommended to determine the exact consumption basing on a sample. The approximate standard consumption for one coat painting of renders and plasters is listed in the table below.
Render/plaster type
Consumption for 1 m²
Consumption of 1l
mineral, e.g.
ND and ND for painting
ca. 0.25 l
ca. 4.0 m²
dispersion, e.g.
CERMIT N & R, SAH renders
ca. 0.20 l
ca. 5.0 m²
traditional, e.g.
ca. 0.15 l
ca. 7.0 – 8.0 m²


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• Protect the painted surface against direct sunlight, wind and precipitation both during works and during the paint drying.
• In order to avoid differences in colour shades, apply the paint of the same production date upon each individual surface.
• As a result of painting, slight natural smoothing of the substrate texture occurs. Painting surfaces differing in surface structure and technological parameters can result in the effect of various shades of the same paint colour.
• Clean the tools with clean water directly after use before paint setting.
• Harmful to aquatic life with long lasting effects. Keep out of reach of children. Avoid release to the environment. Dispose of contents/container to appropriately labeled containers designed for selective waste treatment, emptied by an authorized company. Follow the instructions of the Safety Data Sheet.


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Keep in tightly sealed original and labeled containers. Keep in dry and cool places, protect against overheating (> 30 °C) and freezing - the product freezes and irreversibly loses its performance in temperature below 0 °C. Protect against direct sunshine. Incompatible materials: avoid contact with aluminum, copper and alloys of these metals. Shelf life in conditions as specified is 12 months from the production date shown on the packaging.


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Plastic buckets: 10 l
Pallet: 440 l in 10 l buckets


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The above information constitutes basic guidelines for the application of the product and does not release the user from the obligation of carrying out works according to engineering principles and OHS regulations. At the time of publication of this product data sheet all previous ones become void.
Date of update: 2015-07-08
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