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DESCRIPTION:

Warrior Bituminous Aluminium Paint is an aluminium paint based on a blend of synthetic resin and bitumen.

USES:

Warrior Bituminous Aluminium Paint may be used on corrugated iron roofs, galvanised iron roofs, flat concrete roofs and steel structures. It can also be used on other suitably primed surfaces.

SPECIFICATION OR RECOMMENDED PAINT SYSTEM:

  1. Corrugated Iron and Galvanised Steel: Ensure the surface is free from rust, grease, oil or dust. Apply one to two coats Warrior Bituminous Aluminium to finish.
  2. Any other surfaces: The appropriate undercoats must be applied and allowed to dry. Finish with two coats Warrior Bituminous Aluminium.
  3. Bituminous surfaces and Malthoid: Ensure the surface is free from grease, oil or dust. Apply one to two coats Warrior Bituminous Aluminium to finish

 

PROPERTIES:

 

 APPLICATION:  Brush, Roller and Spray
 CLEANING SOLVENT: Mineral Turpentine
 THINNING SOLVENT Mineral Turpentine
SPREADING RATE PRIMER COAT: N/A
FINAL COAT: Up to 10-12 m² per litre
depending on surface condition
 DRYING TIMES:  SURFACE DRY: 4 hours
HARD DRY: 16 hours
OVERCOATING: overnight
 PACK SIZE:  5L, 20L
 COLOUR RANGE:  Aluminium only
 SPECIFIC GRAVITY:  0, 90 + 0, 05 kg per litre
 VISCOSITY:  60-66 sec F4
FLASH POINT: >35°C
 FINISH:  Metallic, sheen

 

GENERAL INFORMATION:

  1.  The leafing properties of the aluminium gives this paint good reflective properties and when used as a roof coating, the interior temperatures of dwellings are reduced.
  2.  It is impor­tant that this product be thoroughly mixed with a flat paddle before use.
  3.  As per standard painting practices, no painting should take place if surface or ambient temperatures are below 15⁰C or above 30⁰C. Painting should cease at 3pm or when rain is imminent.