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ATLAS ZŁOTY WIEK L

ATLAS ZŁOTY WIEK L

glazing mineral paint

ATLAS ZŁOTY WIEK L

Product description

Recommended for application in historical objects for the purpose of colour integration of substrates executed in various materials, e.g. after filling cavities.
Can be used for original or renovating painting, painting of old and strongly adhering painting coats.
Designed for painting mineral substrates like rough surfaces made of natural stone, brick, blocks, hollow brick and other similar ceramic or lime-and-sand materials. It can also be applied on cement, cement-lime and lime plasters.

Main properties

    Main parameters

    • rich colour palette of 112 ready to use recipes
    • vapour permeable
    • consumption: ca. 0.15 ÷ 0.20 kg / 1 m²

    USE & PROPERTIES

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    ·          recommended for application in historical objects for the purpose of colour integration of substrates executed in various materials, e.g. after filling cavities

    ·          can be used for original or renovating painting, painting of old and strongly adhering painting coats

    ·          designed for painting mineral substrates like rough surfaces made of natural stone, brick, blocks, hollow brick and other similar ceramic or lime-and-sand materials. It can also be applied on cement, cement-lime and lime plasters

    ·          characterized by low covering power allowing to achieve semi-transparency effect (where the substrate shows through) - therefore, the resulting coat preserves natural appearance and texture of the painted surface, truly reproducing the original appearance of the substrate

    ·          rich colour palette of 112 ready to use recipes; there is a possibility to prepare a paint of a different colour, depending on individual needs, also based on a sample of the original material

    ·          vapour permeable – provides free diffusion of water vapour and evaporation of moisture from the substrate

    ·          contains hydrophobic components protecting the painted surface against humidity penetrating from the outside

    ·          the coat is durable, resistant to ageing, precipitation and all kinds of aggressive components of the substrate and of the environment

    SUBSTRATE PREPARATION

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    The method of surface cleaning must be individually adjusted for each object, depending on the strength and condition of the substrate material and its historic value. The substrate should be dry and sound, free of pollution which might weaken paint adhesion, especially dust, dirt, wax and grease. Old, low quality paint coats and other coats of uncertain adhesion have to be removed.

    APPLICATION

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    The paint is supplied in the form of a dry mix, ready to use after mixing with water. It s prepared in two stages. The first consists in pouring the bag contents into water (proportions ca. 5.0÷6.0 l for 10 kg of dry mix) and mixing until homogenous in structure and colour. After the preliminary mix thickens (ca. 30 minutes), pour the remaining 3.0 ÷ 4.0 l of water so that the final ratio does not exceed 10 l for 10 kg of dry mix. Mix thoroughly. Keep the proportions during painting the whole surface. The paint has to be used up within ca. 10 hours. Do not add water during painting. Apply the paint in thin even layer with a brush. Depending on substrate absorptivity and structure and the intended aesthetic effect, apply one or two layers of paint. Apply the second layer after the first has dried. Apply the paint continuously (using the “wet on wet” method), avoiding breaks in work and preventing painting on partly dried paint. The drying time is ca. 2 – 6 hours, depending on the substrate, the temperature and the relative air humidity. Technological breaks have to be planned in advance, e.g. in the corners and angles of the building, along cornices, pilasters or other architectural division lines. During application and drying, protect the painted surface from direct sunlight, wind and precipitation. It is recommended to use protective nets on scaffolding. Note! To avoid any differences in colour shades of the paint, each surface should be coated with paint of the same production date. Painting surfaces differing in surface structure and technological parameters can result in the effect of various shades of the same paint colour.

    REMARKS

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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.

    ·          The tools must be cleaned with clean water directly after use.

    ·          The shelf life of the product is 24 months from the production date shown on the packaging. The mortar must be transported and stored in tightly sealed bags, in dry conditions (most preferably on pallets).

    ·          Irritant – contains cement. Risk of serious damage to the eyes. Can trigger allergic reaction on contact with skin. Keep out of the reach of children. Do not inhale the dust. Rinse contaminated eyes with large amounts of water and seek doctor’s assistance. Wear appropriate protective clothing, protective gloves and goggles or face protection. In case of ingestion immediately seek medical advice – show the packaging or label.

    ·          ATLAS GOLDEN AGE L paint for external walls: maximum VOC content in the product 31.95 g/l, allowable VOC content in the product 40 g/l.

    TECHNICAL DATA

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    ATLAS GOLDEN AGE L is factory made dry mix manufactured on the basis of hydrated lime, quartz fillers and powdered resins. Inorganic pigments – resistant to alkali and UV radiation are used for pigmentation.

    Mixing proportions:
    water/dry mix
    I mixing 5.0 – 6.0 l/10 kg
    II mixing 4.0 – 5.0 l/10 kg
    Pot life
    ca. 10 hours
    Consumption
    ca. 0.15 ÷ 0.20 kg of paint for 1 m²
    Paint preparation temperature,

    substrate and ambient temperature during work

    from +5°C to +25°C
    Available packaging
    paper bags of 10 kg
    Content of soluble chromium
    (VI) in ready-to-use mix
    ≤ 0.0002%

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    ATLAS ZŁOTY WIEK L
    ATLAS ZŁOTY WIEK L
    glazing mineral paint

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