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Surface Preparation of Concrete

Code of Practice No. 96.02


Surface preparation of concrete
Summary of surface preparation of
concrete:
A description on how to prepare a
concrete surface prior to the application of decorative coatings
Adequate and proper surface preparation of concrete is directly related
to the service life of any coating system applied on top of the concrete
This code of practice deals with the following types of concrete:
cementitious fibre boards
Smooth-poured concrete
The following international standards are
referred to:
ASTM D 4258-83 Standard Practice
for Sur face Cleaning Concrete for
Coating
ASTM D 4259-88 Standard Practice
for Abrading Concrete
ASTM D 4263-83 Standard Test
Method for Indicating Moisture in Concrete by the Plastic Sheet Method
New concrete
Before sur face preparation can take
place the concrete must be fully cured.
This takes 28 days at 20 deg. C for normal Portland Cement and 14 days at
20 deg. C for rapidly hardening Portland
cement. At higher temperatures curing
membranes such as wax emulsions are
used to retard the evaporation of water
so as to ensure complete curing of the
concrete. The water content of the concrete should be 4% w/w or less prior to
the application of coatings. The tensile
strength of the concrete should be minimum 1.2 MN/m2 (174psi) for the application of decorative coatings in lightduty ser vice.
Surface preparation of cementitous
fibre boards
Broom clean with a clean industrial stiffbristled broom to remove most surface

dust and other loosely adhering solid


contaminants.

Sealing and filing


Major imper fections in the concrete
must be repaired with concrete or with
cement mor tar. Minor imper fections,
cracks and crevices may be repaired with
water-borne or solvent-borne fillers. Full
skim coats of filler may be applied to
smooth the surface. Only one full coat
of filler should be specified since the
filler constitutes the weakest part of the
paint system. Application of primer/sealers before and after application of filler
is essential to ensure good intercoat
adhesion. In principle clear sealers have
better penetration and dust binding properties than pigmented sealers.

Vacuum clean with a heavy duty type


industrial vacuum cleaner to provide an
essentially dust-free surface.
Sur face Preparation of smoothpoured Concrete
By broom cleaning, vacuum cleaning, air
blast cleaning, water cleaning and steam
cleaning. Broom cleaning consist of
sweeping the surface with a clean industrial stiff bristled broom or similar.
Sweepings must be removed from the
immediate work area.
Vacuum cleaning with heavy duty type
of equipment is recommended to provide a dust-free surface.

Surface Preparation of Previously


Coated Concrete:
High pressure fresh water washing is
recommended to remove loosely adhering paint, dust and other surface contaminants. Detergent may be added to
the water to remove grease. Rinse with
fresh water if detergent has been used.
Hard scraping and grinding may be required to remove old non-adhering paint.
Major imper fections in the concrete
must be repaired with concrete or with
cement mortar. Apply one coat of primer
sealer compatible with the old paint system. If lifting of the edges is observed
after application of a primer/sealer, further scraping is necessary, or perhaps
the entire paint system must be removed. Minor imperfections, cracks and
crevices may be repaired with waterborne or solvent-borne fillers.

Air blast cleaning is cleaning the surface


with a compressed air stream through
a blasting nozzle held about 0.5 metre
from the surface. It is intended to remove debris, dust, dirt, loosely adhering laitance and concrete from walls and
ceilings and to provide a dust-free surface.
Water cleaning is intended to remove
dust, dirt and water soluble surface contaminants. Use a stream of clean fresh
water and scrub with a stiff-bristled
brush. Steam cleaning is intended for
removal of heavy deposits of oil and
grease.
Steam cleaning consists of cleaning the
sur face with a jet of high pressure
steam, sufficient to remove contaminants. Detergents may be added to the
water where required for the removal of
oil and grease.
Acceptance: The surfaces shall be free
of oil, grease, loosely adhering concrete
and other contaminants.

Note: This code should not be used without reference to the relevant Product Data -sheet and
Material Safety Data Sheet, copies of which are available from HEMPEL upon request
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Surface Preparation of Concrete

Code of Practice No. 96.02


Surface preparation of concrete
Summary of surface preparation of
concrete:
A description on how to prepare a
concrete surface prior to the application of decorative coatings
Adequate and proper surface preparation of concrete is directly related
to the service life of any coating system applied on top of the concrete
This code of practice deals with the following types of concrete:
cementitious fibre boards
Smooth-poured concrete
The following international standards are
referred to:
ASTM D 4258-83 Standard Practice
for Sur face Cleaning Concrete for
Coating
ASTM D 4259-88 Standard Practice
for Abrading Concrete
ASTM D 4263-83 Standard Test
Method for Indicating Moisture in Concrete by the Plastic Sheet Method
New concrete
Before sur face preparation can take
place the concrete must be fully cured.
This takes 28 days at 20 deg. C for normal Portland Cement and 14 days at
20 deg. C for rapidly hardening Portland
cement. At higher temperatures curing
membranes such as wax emulsions are
used to retard the evaporation of water
so as to ensure complete curing of the
concrete. The water content of the concrete should be 4% w/w or less prior to
the application of coatings. The tensile
strength of the concrete should be minimum 1.2 MN/m2 (174psi) for the application of decorative coatings in lightduty ser vice.
Surface preparation of cementitous
fibre boards
Broom clean with a clean industrial stiffbristled broom to remove most surface

dust and other loosely adhering solid


contaminants.

Sealing and filing


Major imper fections in the concrete
must be repaired with concrete or with
cement mor tar. Minor imper fections,
cracks and crevices may be repaired with
water-borne or solvent-borne fillers. Full
skim coats of filler may be applied to
smooth the surface. Only one full coat
of filler should be specified since the
filler constitutes the weakest part of the
paint system. Application of primer/sealers before and after application of filler
is essential to ensure good intercoat
adhesion. In principle clear sealers have
better penetration and dust binding properties than pigmented sealers.

Vacuum clean with a heavy duty type


industrial vacuum cleaner to provide an
essentially dust-free surface.
Sur face Preparation of smoothpoured Concrete
By broom cleaning, vacuum cleaning, air
blast cleaning, water cleaning and steam
cleaning. Broom cleaning consist of
sweeping the surface with a clean industrial stiff bristled broom or similar.
Sweepings must be removed from the
immediate work area.
Vacuum cleaning with heavy duty type
of equipment is recommended to provide a dust-free surface.

Surface Preparation of Previously


Coated Concrete:
High pressure fresh water washing is
recommended to remove loosely adhering paint, dust and other surface contaminants. Detergent may be added to
the water to remove grease. Rinse with
fresh water if detergent has been used.
Hard scraping and grinding may be required to remove old non-adhering paint.
Major imper fections in the concrete
must be repaired with concrete or with
cement mortar. Apply one coat of primer
sealer compatible with the old paint system. If lifting of the edges is observed
after application of a primer/sealer, further scraping is necessary, or perhaps
the entire paint system must be removed. Minor imperfections, cracks and
crevices may be repaired with waterborne or solvent-borne fillers.

Air blast cleaning is cleaning the surface


with a compressed air stream through
a blasting nozzle held about 0.5 metre
from the surface. It is intended to remove debris, dust, dirt, loosely adhering laitance and concrete from walls and
ceilings and to provide a dust-free surface.
Water cleaning is intended to remove
dust, dirt and water soluble surface contaminants. Use a stream of clean fresh
water and scrub with a stiff-bristled
brush. Steam cleaning is intended for
removal of heavy deposits of oil and
grease.
Steam cleaning consists of cleaning the
sur face with a jet of high pressure
steam, sufficient to remove contaminants. Detergents may be added to the
water where required for the removal of
oil and grease.
Acceptance: The surfaces shall be free
of oil, grease, loosely adhering concrete
and other contaminants.

Note: This code should not be used without reference to the relevant Product Data -sheet and
Material Safety Data Sheet, copies of which are available from HEMPEL upon request
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Surface preparation - wood

Code of Practice No. 96.03


Surface preparation - wood
Summary of surface preparation wood:
Bare wood: Round off edges. Sand
paper to smooth surface; dust off.
Seal knots, wipe oily spots with solvent.
Primed/varnished/painted wood in
good condition: Wash down with a
suitable detergent and allow to dry.
Sand to remove loose material and
to flatten the surface. Remove dust.
If old varnish or paint is in a poor
condition, complete removal of the
existing system is necessary. Remove by flame cleaning or a suitable
paint remover. Rinse with fresh water, allow to dry, sand, and remove
dust.
New woodwork
Dry for internal woodwork means max.
12% moisture content (by weight) of the
wood.
Dry for external woodwork means max.
15-18% moisture content by weight. For
well ventilated constructions max. 20%
can be accepted.
For some types of wood a grainfiller may
be required. The filler should be compatible with the paint system to avoid
delamination.
Major cracks and imperfections to be
filled once or more. Nails and other
metal sur faces to be overcoated must
be sealed separately with a suitable
primer prior to applying the full system.
Grade of sandpaper to be chosen in
accordance with the finish desired.

Woodwork previously treated


If the existing varnish/paint is adhering
well then the following surface preparation is recommended:
Wash thoroughly with a suitable detergent to remove contaminants. Please
note that oil and grease can be difficult
to see. Rinse with fresh water and allow
to dry. If necessary, scrape and sandpaper thoroughly loose paints, dust off
and touch up with paint.

Paint systems
Wood penetrants
Will penetrate and impregnate the surface of the wood and make a good key for
subsequent coats.
Woodstains
These systems will impregnate and colour the top 1-3 mm of the wood. The grains
in the wood will therefore still be visible. The normal system consist of a clear
sealer succeeded by 2-3 coats of the woodstain itself. Woodstains allow the wood
to breathe.

96.03 Cleaning

Varnishes
These systems provide a watertight system with only little penetration into the
wood. They are normally clear and the grains will therefore also be visible. The
normal system consists of 3 coats of varnish, where the first coat is to be diluted.

Please consult code of practice no.


96.23 on compatibility to ensure that
the new and old paint systems are compatible.

Paints
These systems hide completely, i.e. it is impossible to see the nature of the
substrate. The normal system consists of a primer, an undercoat and a topcoat.

Flame clean e.g. with a gasflame or use


a paint remover. It is important to remove all loose material and preferably
remove all existing varnish/paint in order to obtain a smooth and even finish.

For specific questions please contact your nearest HEMPEL representative.

96.03 "Hot air" gun


Different types of wood
The same type of surface preparation
applies no matter which type of wood is
treated:
The exemptions are woodtypes which
are especially oily: They have to be wiped
with solvents and allowed to dry prior to
paint application.
Wood impregnated with tar-containing
wood preser vatives will sometimes
bleed through subsequent coats. This
cannot be avoided.

Note: This code should not be used without reference to relevant Product Data Sheet and
Material Safety Data Sheet, copies of which are available from HEMPEL upon request.

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Surface preparation - wood

Code of Practice No. 96.03


Surface preparation - wood
Summary of surface preparation wood:
Bare wood: Round off edges. Sand
paper to smooth surface; dust off.
Seal knots, wipe oily spots with solvent.
Primed/varnished/painted wood in
good condition: Wash down with a
suitable detergent and allow to dry.
Sand to remove loose material and
to flatten the surface. Remove dust.
If old varnish or paint is in a poor
condition, complete removal of the
existing system is necessary. Remove by flame cleaning or a suitable
paint remover. Rinse with fresh water, allow to dry, sand, and remove
dust.
New woodwork
Dry for internal woodwork means max.
12% moisture content (by weight) of the
wood.
Dry for external woodwork means max.
15-18% moisture content by weight. For
well ventilated constructions max. 20%
can be accepted.
For some types of wood a grainfiller may
be required. The filler should be compatible with the paint system to avoid
delamination.
Major cracks and imperfections to be
filled once or more. Nails and other
metal sur faces to be overcoated must
be sealed separately with a suitable
primer prior to applying the full system.
Grade of sandpaper to be chosen in
accordance with the finish desired.

Woodwork previously treated


If the existing varnish/paint is adhering
well then the following surface preparation is recommended:
Wash thoroughly with a suitable detergent to remove contaminants. Please
note that oil and grease can be difficult
to see. Rinse with fresh water and allow
to dry. If necessary, scrape and sandpaper thoroughly loose paints, dust off
and touch up with paint.

Paint systems
Wood penetrants
Will penetrate and impregnate the surface of the wood and make a good key for
subsequent coats.
Woodstains
These systems will impregnate and colour the top 1-3 mm of the wood. The grains
in the wood will therefore still be visible. The normal system consist of a clear
sealer succeeded by 2-3 coats of the woodstain itself. Woodstains allow the wood
to breathe.

96.03 Cleaning

Varnishes
These systems provide a watertight system with only little penetration into the
wood. They are normally clear and the grains will therefore also be visible. The
normal system consists of 3 coats of varnish, where the first coat is to be diluted.

Please consult code of practice no.


96.23 on compatibility to ensure that
the new and old paint systems are compatible.

Paints
These systems hide completely, i.e. it is impossible to see the nature of the
substrate. The normal system consists of a primer, an undercoat and a topcoat.

Flame clean e.g. with a gasflame or use


a paint remover. It is important to remove all loose material and preferably
remove all existing varnish/paint in order to obtain a smooth and even finish.

For specific questions please contact your nearest HEMPEL representative.

96.03 "Hot air" gun


Different types of wood
The same type of surface preparation
applies no matter which type of wood is
treated:
The exemptions are woodtypes which
are especially oily: They have to be wiped
with solvents and allowed to dry prior to
paint application.
Wood impregnated with tar-containing
wood preser vatives will sometimes
bleed through subsequent coats. This
cannot be avoided.

Note: This code should not be used without reference to relevant Product Data Sheet and
Material Safety Data Sheet, copies of which are available from HEMPEL upon request.

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Surface Preparation - Metal

Code of Practice No. 96.04


Surface Preparation - Metal
Summary of Surface Preparation Metal:
Relevant metal surfaces
The cleaning process
Sur face preparation for the relevant
metal surfaces
Areas of use
The relevant metal surfaces for paint
application and thereby surface preparation are:

Mild steel
Galvanised steel
Metal sprayed steel
Stainless steel
Aluminium

In this Code of Practice, steel means


mild steel, high tensile, unalloyed steel
and low alloyed steel.
To ensure a clean surface acceptable
for coating the cleaning processes must
be per formed in this particular order:
Removal of oil/grease
Removal of salts
Removal of mill scale/rust/old paint
systems
Removal of dust
Why prepare the surface?
Evaluations of paint failures have shown,
that approximately 85% of the failures
are caused by insufficient surface preparation. For this reason alone, it is obvious that surface preparation is critical.
Surface Preparation, Steel
1. All oil and grease must be removed
by cleaning with a suitable detergent/emulsifier followed by fresh
water hosing.

2. All water soluble salts and welding


smoke should be removed during the
above process. If no oil or grease is
present, salts and welding smoke
should be removed by fresh water
hosing or steam cleaning. It might
be necessar y to scrub to remove
welding smoke.
3. Abrasive blasting to achieve the required cleanliness and surface profile. For certain areas, power tool
cleaning may be sufficient. A surface
preparation grade of "Sa 2 1/2 according to ISO 8501-1:1988 and a
sur face profile of Rz = 40-80 microns/1.6-3.2 mils are generally recommended.
4. Dust should be carefully removed
from all surfaces prior to paint application, e.g. by vacuum cleaning.

Surface Preparation, Metal Sprayed


Steel
Metal sprayed coatings should be
overcoated as soon as possible to avoid
zinc and aluminium salts forming on the
surface. In that case no further surface
preparation are required.
If already weathered, high pressure hosing and removal of zinc/aluminium salts
by stiff brushes or in severe cases by
abrasive blasting is required.
Surface Preparation, Aluminium
The surface preparation of aluminium
is similar to that of steel, with the
following comments:
Aluminium is vulnerable to chloride
attack and liquids of a pH value above
8.5. Therefore the detergent must be a
neutral solvent, free of chlorides and
chlorinated solvents.

Surface Preparation, Galvanized


Steel
The procedure of surface preparation on
galvanised steel is as follows:

Furthermore, the abrasive material must


be free of chloride, copper, nickel and

steel. The best result is obtained by


corundum abrasive with a grain size of
maximum 0.5 mm propelled by a
pressure of maximum 4 bar.
Surface Preparation, Stainless Steel
1. All oil and grease must be removed
by cleaning with a detergent/emulsifier free of chlorides followed by
clean fresh water hosing. Alternatively, steam cleaning followed by
thorough fresh water washing is acceptable.
2. Stainless steel has to be treated similarly to mild steel when heavy duty
systems are specified, i. e. by abrasive blasting. However it is important
that the abrasives are free of zinc,
iron and chlorides. Suitable
abrasives are corundum and ordinary
silica sand.
Note: Abrasive blasting may be necessary depending on the purpose for coating and the coating system.

1. Removal of loose metal, burnt-in zinc


ash and burnt-in flux by grinding. This
is done by using an orbital grinder,
cup wheels, abrasive paper, whichever is the most suitable.
2. Removal of oil and grease and zinc
salts using pure steam or a steam/
hot water mixture with an addition of
a mild alkaline cleaner.
After steam cleaning, carry out high
pressure fresh water hosing, preferably hot, with detergent added, followed by fresh water hosing.
3. Abrasive sweep blasting to establish
a surface profile in the galvanized
coating and remove zinc corrosion
products.

Note: This code should not be used without reference to the relevant product Data Sheet and
Material Safety Data Sheet, copies of which are available from HEMPEL upon request.

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Surface Preparation - Metal

Code of Practice No. 96.04


Surface Preparation - Metal
Summary of Surface Preparation Metal:
Relevant metal surfaces
The cleaning process
Sur face preparation for the relevant
metal surfaces
Areas of use
The relevant metal surfaces for paint
application and thereby surface preparation are:

Mild steel
Galvanised steel
Metal sprayed steel
Stainless steel
Aluminium

In this Code of Practice, steel means


mild steel, high tensile, unalloyed steel
and low alloyed steel.
To ensure a clean surface acceptable
for coating the cleaning processes must
be per formed in this particular order:
Removal of oil/grease
Removal of salts
Removal of mill scale/rust/old paint
systems
Removal of dust
Why prepare the surface?
Evaluations of paint failures have shown,
that approximately 85% of the failures
are caused by insufficient surface preparation. For this reason alone, it is obvious that surface preparation is critical.
Surface Preparation, Steel
1. All oil and grease must be removed
by cleaning with a suitable detergent/emulsifier followed by fresh
water hosing.

2. All water soluble salts and welding


smoke should be removed during the
above process. If no oil or grease is
present, salts and welding smoke
should be removed by fresh water
hosing or steam cleaning. It might
be necessar y to scrub to remove
welding smoke.
3. Abrasive blasting to achieve the required cleanliness and surface profile. For certain areas, power tool
cleaning may be sufficient. A surface
preparation grade of "Sa 2 1/2 according to ISO 8501-1:1988 and a
sur face profile of Rz = 40-80 microns/1.6-3.2 mils are generally recommended.
4. Dust should be carefully removed
from all surfaces prior to paint application, e.g. by vacuum cleaning.

Surface Preparation, Metal Sprayed


Steel
Metal sprayed coatings should be
overcoated as soon as possible to avoid
zinc and aluminium salts forming on the
surface. In that case no further surface
preparation are required.
If already weathered, high pressure hosing and removal of zinc/aluminium salts
by stiff brushes or in severe cases by
abrasive blasting is required.
Surface Preparation, Aluminium
The surface preparation of aluminium
is similar to that of steel, with the
following comments:
Aluminium is vulnerable to chloride
attack and liquids of a pH value above
8.5. Therefore the detergent must be a
neutral solvent, free of chlorides and
chlorinated solvents.

Surface Preparation, Galvanized


Steel
The procedure of surface preparation on
galvanised steel is as follows:

Furthermore, the abrasive material must


be free of chloride, copper, nickel and

steel. The best result is obtained by


corundum abrasive with a grain size of
maximum 0.5 mm propelled by a
pressure of maximum 4 bar.
Surface Preparation, Stainless Steel
1. All oil and grease must be removed
by cleaning with a detergent/emulsifier free of chlorides followed by
clean fresh water hosing. Alternatively, steam cleaning followed by
thorough fresh water washing is acceptable.
2. Stainless steel has to be treated similarly to mild steel when heavy duty
systems are specified, i. e. by abrasive blasting. However it is important
that the abrasives are free of zinc,
iron and chlorides. Suitable
abrasives are corundum and ordinary
silica sand.
Note: Abrasive blasting may be necessary depending on the purpose for coating and the coating system.

1. Removal of loose metal, burnt-in zinc


ash and burnt-in flux by grinding. This
is done by using an orbital grinder,
cup wheels, abrasive paper, whichever is the most suitable.
2. Removal of oil and grease and zinc
salts using pure steam or a steam/
hot water mixture with an addition of
a mild alkaline cleaner.
After steam cleaning, carry out high
pressure fresh water hosing, preferably hot, with detergent added, followed by fresh water hosing.
3. Abrasive sweep blasting to establish
a surface profile in the galvanized
coating and remove zinc corrosion
products.

Note: This code should not be used without reference to the relevant product Data Sheet and
Material Safety Data Sheet, copies of which are available from HEMPEL upon request.

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Brush Application

Code of Practice No. 96.11


Brush Application
Summary of Brush application:
For small and irregular surfaces
Well suited for first coat of primer
Labour intensive

Please note that the outline of runs and


sagging will only become visible a few
minutes after application. It may then
be too late to remove them, and sanding of the dry paint will be required.

Equipment
A lot of factors affect the choice of a brush.
The form and quality
The length of the bristles
The composition of the bristles

Area of use
Small and irregular surfaces, pylons,
rods, lattice structures, small diameter pipes, doors, railings, woodwork, etc.
Stripe coating - areas where the
specified film thickness cannot be
obtained by spray application only
Interior areas with poor ventilation
Touch up - normally relatively small
areas
Marginally prepared surfaces (with
slight dust, rust and dampness)

Normally, a flat brush with long bristles


or a round or oval brush is used on larger
areas as they can contain a relatively
large volume of wet paint.

A brush can be made of different kinds of bristle. The best brushes are made from
animal hairs. If the hairs are mixed with synthetic bristles, it improves the wear
resistance.

Principle
The principle of paint application with a
brush is to work the paint physically
into the pits, pores and cavities of the
substrate. At the same time, dust and
surface humidity to a certain extent will
be dispersed into the wet paint.
How to use a Brush
To obtain a suf ficient, even film
thickness, it is often necessary to apply
two coats or more. This is ensured by
"laying" the paint on the surface instead
of "dragging" it around with a lot of
action in the wet paint. The paint should
be applied and distributed with a few
strokes. If the flow is not satisfactory,
dilution with appropiate thinner may be
necessary (please consult the relevant
Product Data Sheet).

To get good wearing and a good alkali resistance, a brush made of nylon is recommended. However, the finish will not be as good as with a brush made of animal
bristle.

A broad, flat brush is used for smoothening. For areas which are difficult to
reach an angular brush can be used.

Special brushes with split-end bristles provide the best possible levelling.
Advantages
Brush application tends to displace
dust, and to some extent even moisture.
This makes the brush well-suited for
application of the first coat of primer.
Furthermore, brush application, when
done correctly is not surpassed by any
other application method when painting
rough and pitted surfaces.

Cleaning of brushes
Brushes which have been used for solvent-borne coatings should be cleaned with
solvent or special tool cleaner (please consult the relevant Product Data Sheet).
Subsequently the hairs of the brush should be rubbed with soft soap or detergent
followed by rinsing with lukewarm water.
If the brush has been used for water-borne coatings, it needs to be cleaned by
thorough rinsing with water as soon as possible. Further, cleaning can be done in
the same way as mentioned above with soap or detergent and lukewarm water. So
called "brush restorers" are used to restore bristles with dried and cured paint.

Limitations
The greatest limitation to br ush
application is that the method is slow
and therefore labour intensive. As a
general rule, it is possible for the
individual to paint 100 sqm during a
working day of 8 hours.
When application is to be done by brush
on areas where appearance is of
importance, one should choose paints
that are specially developed for brush
application. Not all paint types are suited
for application by br ush. Paints
applicable in a dry film thickness of 80
micron or more (high build paints), are
not suitable.

Note: This code should not be used without reference to the relevant Product Data Sheet and
Material Safety Data Sheet, copies of which are available from HEMPEL upon request.
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Brush Application

Code of Practice No. 96.11


Brush Application
Summary of Brush application:
For small and irregular surfaces
Well suited for first coat of primer
Labour intensive

Please note that the outline of runs and


sagging will only become visible a few
minutes after application. It may then
be too late to remove them, and sanding of the dry paint will be required.

Equipment
A lot of factors affect the choice of a brush.
The form and quality
The length of the bristles
The composition of the bristles

Area of use
Small and irregular surfaces, pylons,
rods, lattice structures, small diameter pipes, doors, railings, woodwork, etc.
Stripe coating - areas where the
specified film thickness cannot be
obtained by spray application only
Interior areas with poor ventilation
Touch up - normally relatively small
areas
Marginally prepared surfaces (with
slight dust, rust and dampness)

Normally, a flat brush with long bristles


or a round or oval brush is used on larger
areas as they can contain a relatively
large volume of wet paint.

A brush can be made of different kinds of bristle. The best brushes are made from
animal hairs. If the hairs are mixed with synthetic bristles, it improves the wear
resistance.

Principle
The principle of paint application with a
brush is to work the paint physically
into the pits, pores and cavities of the
substrate. At the same time, dust and
surface humidity to a certain extent will
be dispersed into the wet paint.
How to use a Brush
To obtain a suf ficient, even film
thickness, it is often necessary to apply
two coats or more. This is ensured by
"laying" the paint on the surface instead
of "dragging" it around with a lot of
action in the wet paint. The paint should
be applied and distributed with a few
strokes. If the flow is not satisfactory,
dilution with appropiate thinner may be
necessary (please consult the relevant
Product Data Sheet).

To get good wearing and a good alkali resistance, a brush made of nylon is recommended. However, the finish will not be as good as with a brush made of animal
bristle.

A broad, flat brush is used for smoothening. For areas which are difficult to
reach an angular brush can be used.

Special brushes with split-end bristles provide the best possible levelling.
Advantages
Brush application tends to displace
dust, and to some extent even moisture.
This makes the brush well-suited for
application of the first coat of primer.
Furthermore, brush application, when
done correctly is not surpassed by any
other application method when painting
rough and pitted surfaces.

Cleaning of brushes
Brushes which have been used for solvent-borne coatings should be cleaned with
solvent or special tool cleaner (please consult the relevant Product Data Sheet).
Subsequently the hairs of the brush should be rubbed with soft soap or detergent
followed by rinsing with lukewarm water.
If the brush has been used for water-borne coatings, it needs to be cleaned by
thorough rinsing with water as soon as possible. Further, cleaning can be done in
the same way as mentioned above with soap or detergent and lukewarm water. So
called "brush restorers" are used to restore bristles with dried and cured paint.

Limitations
The greatest limitation to br ush
application is that the method is slow
and therefore labour intensive. As a
general rule, it is possible for the
individual to paint 100 sqm during a
working day of 8 hours.
When application is to be done by brush
on areas where appearance is of
importance, one should choose paints
that are specially developed for brush
application. Not all paint types are suited
for application by br ush. Paints
applicable in a dry film thickness of 80
micron or more (high build paints), are
not suitable.

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Roller application

Code of Practice No. 96.12


Roller application
Area of use
The roller is well suited for broad even
surfaces. All edges, corners etc. must
be painted by brush in order to ensure
proper protection and hiding.
Principle
The paint absorbed in the roller will be
spread over the sur face rather than
"worked" into the sur face. This is the
explanation for the poor penetration of
paint by roller application.
How to use a roller
Before taking a new roller into use, it is
a good idea to wash it with fresh water .
This should prevent piles from the roller
to get stuck in the paint film. Roller application will often give a slightly textured
finish depending on the quality and viscosity of the paint, and the type of roller.
For completely smooth finishes use a
short nap roller, and/or dilute the paint
slightly.
Sometimes air can be worked into the
paint film by the roller. This may later
cause air bubbles in the paint film. Avoid
by diluting the paint slightly.

Advantages
Roller application is much faster than
brush application, but is still much more
labour intensive than e.g. airless spray
application. As a rule of thumb it is possible to paint 200-300 sqm by roller
during a working day of 8 hours per individual.
The roller is cost effective and a mobile
tool and can be used for most decorative paints.

Cleaning of rollers
Rollers which have been used for solvent-borne coatings should be cleaned
with solvent or special tool cleaner
(please consult the relevant product
data sheet). Subsequently the pile of the
roller should be rubbed with soft soap
or detergent followed by rinsing with
lukewarm water.

96.11 The Roller

If the roller has been used for waterborne coatings, it needs to be cleaned
by thorough rinsing with water as soon
as possible. Further cleaning can be
done in the same way as mentioned
above with soap or detergent and lukewarm water.

Limitations
An important limitation for roller application is that the paint will be applied in
an uneven, thin film with a substantial
number of minor misses and pinholes
unless several passes are made.
The penetration/wetting obtained by the
first primer coat will usually be poor. If a
proper primer/sealer is not used, poor
adhesion of the paint system to the
substrate may be the result.

Equipment
There are many different kinds of rollers and the main factors that affect the
choice of roller are the material which
the pile is made of, the length of the
pile and the overall effect desired.

96.11 Roller on Film

Lamb's wool - has long pile and is


well-suited for rough surfaces.
Mohair - has a shorter pile and is
generally used on smooth sur faces
where it leaves less of an orange
peel effect than do lamb's wool rollers.
Nylon and Dynel are comparatively
low cost synthetic substitutes for
lamb's wool and mohair. They are
hard-wearing and well-suited for most
types of paint.
Plastic foam rollers are cheap, but
not very stable. They tend to result
in poor film formation.
Special types of rollers are available in
abundance giving many variations of finishes. Try out the roller before starting
on a major job to assess the final
apperance of the paint film.

96.11 Film against the Light

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Code of Practice No. 96.12


Roller application
Area of use
The roller is well suited for broad even
surfaces. All edges, corners etc. must
be painted by brush in order to ensure
proper protection and hiding.
Principle
The paint absorbed in the roller will be
spread over the sur face rather than
"worked" into the sur face. This is the
explanation for the poor penetration of
paint by roller application.
How to use a roller
Before taking a new roller into use, it is
a good idea to wash it with fresh water .
This should prevent piles from the roller
to get stuck in the paint film. Roller application will often give a slightly textured
finish depending on the quality and viscosity of the paint, and the type of roller.
For completely smooth finishes use a
short nap roller, and/or dilute the paint
slightly.
Sometimes air can be worked into the
paint film by the roller. This may later
cause air bubbles in the paint film. Avoid
by diluting the paint slightly.

Advantages
Roller application is much faster than
brush application, but is still much more
labour intensive than e.g. airless spray
application. As a rule of thumb it is possible to paint 200-300 sqm by roller
during a working day of 8 hours per individual.
The roller is cost effective and a mobile
tool and can be used for most decorative paints.

Cleaning of rollers
Rollers which have been used for solvent-borne coatings should be cleaned
with solvent or special tool cleaner
(please consult the relevant product
data sheet). Subsequently the pile of the
roller should be rubbed with soft soap
or detergent followed by rinsing with
lukewarm water.

96.11 The Roller

If the roller has been used for waterborne coatings, it needs to be cleaned
by thorough rinsing with water as soon
as possible. Further cleaning can be
done in the same way as mentioned
above with soap or detergent and lukewarm water.

Limitations
An important limitation for roller application is that the paint will be applied in
an uneven, thin film with a substantial
number of minor misses and pinholes
unless several passes are made.
The penetration/wetting obtained by the
first primer coat will usually be poor. If a
proper primer/sealer is not used, poor
adhesion of the paint system to the
substrate may be the result.

Equipment
There are many different kinds of rollers and the main factors that affect the
choice of roller are the material which
the pile is made of, the length of the
pile and the overall effect desired.

96.11 Roller on Film

Lamb's wool - has long pile and is


well-suited for rough surfaces.
Mohair - has a shorter pile and is
generally used on smooth sur faces
where it leaves less of an orange
peel effect than do lamb's wool rollers.
Nylon and Dynel are comparatively
low cost synthetic substitutes for
lamb's wool and mohair. They are
hard-wearing and well-suited for most
types of paint.
Plastic foam rollers are cheap, but
not very stable. They tend to result
in poor film formation.
Special types of rollers are available in
abundance giving many variations of finishes. Try out the roller before starting
on a major job to assess the final
apperance of the paint film.

96.11 Film against the Light

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Airspray Application

Code of Practice No. 96.13


Airspray Application
Summary of Airspray application:
Airspray can produce the finest possible finish
Faster than brush and roller application but not as fast as airless spray.
The result is dependent on the viscosity of the paint
Area of use
Airspray is for large volume applications
and for areas where a very fine finish is
required.
Principle
The principle of airspray is that
atomisation is created by fine jets of
compressed air breaking up the paint
into tiny droplets and which are carried
and directed towards the substrate.
Some 500-600 times as much air as
paint is used for atomisation and the
air tends to bounce off the surface to
be painted carr ying a considerable
amount of the paint particles with it.
How to use Airspray
When spraying, the gun must be held at
a right angle to the substrate and at a
distance of approximately 20-30 cm (2/
3 -1 foot). Too close a distance will cause
wave formation and too far a distance
will cause dryspray.

The recommended atomisation pressure


is 0.2-0.5 MPa (2-5 atm.).

Safety:
Observe local safety regulations and the safety instructions given by suppliers
of equipment and paint.

Low viscosity of the paint may result in


low film thicknesses and risk of sagging.
However, high viscosity may result in orange peel and poor levelling. If needed,
thin down the paint according to the
guidelines given in the product data
sheet.

Never smoke, eat or drink while painting.


Avoid inhalation of possible solvent vapours or paint mist and contact with skin
and eyes. Wear mask and goggles.
Always take precautions against the risk of fire or explosions, ensure areas are
well ventilated.

Advantages
This method of atomisation can produce
the finest possible of finish - that is,
when carried out by a skilled craftsman.
The method is faster than brush and
roller application, but not as fast as airless spray application.

Airspray equipment should only be operated by skilled operators.


Cleaning
The gun should be taken apart at the end of each day, and the aircap and fluid tip
should be cleaned with an appropriate solvent.
Do not store the gun in a bucket of solvent at the end of the day. This can cause
scale deposits or other foreign material deposits that could clog air parts and dry
out the packings, causing the gun to leak.

Limitations
It may be difficult to get a sufficient wet
film thickness on corners and sharp
edges. With this application method
there is a tendency that paint will bounce
back.

Equipment
Different types of equipment are available, where the main difference is the way
the spray gun is fed with paint. This can be done by force of gravity, by suction or by
pressure.
Feeding from a pressurised paint pot is the fastest method, but also requires the
most extensive equipment.

Another drawback is the considerable


amounts of spray fog resulting in higher
loss of paint than by other application
methods. The spray fan is very sensitive to wind and the method is only used
indoors in paintshops.

The result is dependent on the viscosity of the paint, proper adjustment of the
spray gun, spraying distance and speed.

Overlap with half of the spray fan.


If the air pressure is too high, the paint
will bounce of the sur face and in the
middle of the spraying fan the paint will
be blown away. Excessive spraydust and
dry spray will also occur.

Please also consult manufacturer's instructions for use.


Airspray paint application is not recommended for high build coatings with wet
film thicknesses in excess of 75-100
micron. The finish will be wavy and uneven. Airless spray application is suggested for high build coatings.

Too low pressure will result in poor atomisation of the paint and poor film formation.

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Airspray Application

Code of Practice No. 96.13


Airspray Application
Summary of Airspray application:
Airspray can produce the finest possible finish
Faster than brush and roller application but not as fast as airless spray.
The result is dependent on the viscosity of the paint
Area of use
Airspray is for large volume applications
and for areas where a very fine finish is
required.
Principle
The principle of airspray is that
atomisation is created by fine jets of
compressed air breaking up the paint
into tiny droplets and which are carried
and directed towards the substrate.
Some 500-600 times as much air as
paint is used for atomisation and the
air tends to bounce off the surface to
be painted carr ying a considerable
amount of the paint particles with it.
How to use Airspray
When spraying, the gun must be held at
a right angle to the substrate and at a
distance of approximately 20-30 cm (2/
3 -1 foot). Too close a distance will cause
wave formation and too far a distance
will cause dryspray.

The recommended atomisation pressure


is 0.2-0.5 MPa (2-5 atm.).

Safety:
Observe local safety regulations and the safety instructions given by suppliers
of equipment and paint.

Low viscosity of the paint may result in


low film thicknesses and risk of sagging.
However, high viscosity may result in orange peel and poor levelling. If needed,
thin down the paint according to the
guidelines given in the product data
sheet.

Never smoke, eat or drink while painting.


Avoid inhalation of possible solvent vapours or paint mist and contact with skin
and eyes. Wear mask and goggles.
Always take precautions against the risk of fire or explosions, ensure areas are
well ventilated.

Advantages
This method of atomisation can produce
the finest possible of finish - that is,
when carried out by a skilled craftsman.
The method is faster than brush and
roller application, but not as fast as airless spray application.

Airspray equipment should only be operated by skilled operators.


Cleaning
The gun should be taken apart at the end of each day, and the aircap and fluid tip
should be cleaned with an appropriate solvent.
Do not store the gun in a bucket of solvent at the end of the day. This can cause
scale deposits or other foreign material deposits that could clog air parts and dry
out the packings, causing the gun to leak.

Limitations
It may be difficult to get a sufficient wet
film thickness on corners and sharp
edges. With this application method
there is a tendency that paint will bounce
back.

Equipment
Different types of equipment are available, where the main difference is the way
the spray gun is fed with paint. This can be done by force of gravity, by suction or by
pressure.
Feeding from a pressurised paint pot is the fastest method, but also requires the
most extensive equipment.

Another drawback is the considerable


amounts of spray fog resulting in higher
loss of paint than by other application
methods. The spray fan is very sensitive to wind and the method is only used
indoors in paintshops.

The result is dependent on the viscosity of the paint, proper adjustment of the
spray gun, spraying distance and speed.

Overlap with half of the spray fan.


If the air pressure is too high, the paint
will bounce of the sur face and in the
middle of the spraying fan the paint will
be blown away. Excessive spraydust and
dry spray will also occur.

Please also consult manufacturer's instructions for use.


Airspray paint application is not recommended for high build coatings with wet
film thicknesses in excess of 75-100
micron. The finish will be wavy and uneven. Airless spray application is suggested for high build coatings.

Too low pressure will result in poor atomisation of the paint and poor film formation.

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Airless Spray Application

Code of Practice No. 96.14


Airless Spray Application
Summary of Airless Spray application:
High pressure spraying
The fastest method among most
common application methods
Allows application of coats with high
film thickness and paint with high
viscosity
Areas of use
Airless spray is ideal for application to
large areas.
Principle
The principle of airless spray is that the
atomisation of the paint takes place due
to the sudden release of high pressure,
when paint is forced through a small
nozzle. There is no air involved in the
atomisation.
How to use Airless Spray
The idea behind airless spray application is to obtain a uniform paint film
without voids or holidays, and to secure
the best possible adhesion to substrate.
When spraying, the gun should be held
at right angles and at a distance of approximately 30 cm (1 foot) to the
substrate. Try to maintain a fan width
of 20-30 cm (40-50 fan angle) and
move the gun at a constant speed. Release the trigger at the turning point of
each pass.
The result obtained from airless spray
application depends on the viscosity of
the paint. The main factors which affect
the viscosity is:
Temperature of the paint
Quantity of thinner added to the
paint.

It is preferable to reduce viscosity by


warming up the paint rather than by thinning - as thinning will increase the risk
of the paint sagging (running).

Safety:
Airless spray equipment is working with paint under high pressure. If you aim at
yourself or others the high pressurised paint may penetrate the skin and cause
serious injury.

The atomisation and the spray pattern


are determined by the pressure, the nozzle size and by the viscosity of the paint.

Therefore never aim the spray gun at your self or others.


When spraying avoid any kind of sparks. This must include sparks induced by
static electricity. Use conductive painthoses and grounded air- and hydraulic
hoses.

Advantages
Greater quantities of paint can be
applied with a more confined spray
pattern and less over-spray because
little paint fog is produced and there is
very little rebounce of paint.

Never smoke, eat or drink while painting.


Stay clear of movable parts.
Keep equipment in proper working condition, change work nozzles, and clean
filters of regular intervals.

Airless spray allows application of high


film thickness per coat and high viscosity
products.

Never dismantle equipment, nozzle etc. unless you are sure that the pressure
has been relieved and safety devices are in function.
Never leave spray equipment, nozzles etc. under pressure and without safety
devices in function.

Airless spray is much faster than air


spray. However, it will not provide the
same fine finish. As a rule of thumb, it
is possible to cover 700-1200 sqm per
working day of 8 hours, per individual
when using airless spray.

Observe local safety regulations and the safety instructions given by suppliers
of equipment and paint.
Airless spray equipment should only be operated by skilled operators.
Cleaning
To maintain an airless spray system you must ensure that all system components
are clean and check for and replace worn or damaged components that might fail
under pressure.

Limitations
Airless Spray application relies on atomisation of the paint. "Dry spray" may result in a coarse paint finish. "Overspray"
is semi dried paint which attaches to
adjacent areas. Both may result in insufficient film formation. Avoid by adjusting the distance of nozzle to substrate
and paint under less windy conditions.
.

To clean the system, replace the coating material and flush with appropriate solvent. After removing the nozzle tip, flush the system by spraying the solvent into a
container. When the solvent looks clean, the system has been purged of paint
material. Special attention needs to be given to cleaning of the nozzle tip and the
system filters. The nozzle tip and tip filter screen should be cleaned with solvent
and rags and can be immersed in a bucket of solvent. It may be necessary to use
a small tool to scrape paint of the tip. The tool can be a small brush or wooden pick
but not a metal object or scraper, which can damage the tip.
Please also refer to manufacturer's instructions.

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Airless Spray Application

Code of Practice No. 96.14


Airless Spray Application
Summary of Airless Spray application:
High pressure spraying
The fastest method among most
common application methods
Allows application of coats with high
film thickness and paint with high
viscosity
Areas of use
Airless spray is ideal for application to
large areas.
Principle
The principle of airless spray is that the
atomisation of the paint takes place due
to the sudden release of high pressure,
when paint is forced through a small
nozzle. There is no air involved in the
atomisation.
How to use Airless Spray
The idea behind airless spray application is to obtain a uniform paint film
without voids or holidays, and to secure
the best possible adhesion to substrate.
When spraying, the gun should be held
at right angles and at a distance of approximately 30 cm (1 foot) to the
substrate. Try to maintain a fan width
of 20-30 cm (40-50 fan angle) and
move the gun at a constant speed. Release the trigger at the turning point of
each pass.
The result obtained from airless spray
application depends on the viscosity of
the paint. The main factors which affect
the viscosity is:
Temperature of the paint
Quantity of thinner added to the
paint.

It is preferable to reduce viscosity by


warming up the paint rather than by thinning - as thinning will increase the risk
of the paint sagging (running).

Safety:
Airless spray equipment is working with paint under high pressure. If you aim at
yourself or others the high pressurised paint may penetrate the skin and cause
serious injury.

The atomisation and the spray pattern


are determined by the pressure, the nozzle size and by the viscosity of the paint.

Therefore never aim the spray gun at your self or others.


When spraying avoid any kind of sparks. This must include sparks induced by
static electricity. Use conductive painthoses and grounded air- and hydraulic
hoses.

Advantages
Greater quantities of paint can be
applied with a more confined spray
pattern and less over-spray because
little paint fog is produced and there is
very little rebounce of paint.

Never smoke, eat or drink while painting.


Stay clear of movable parts.
Keep equipment in proper working condition, change work nozzles, and clean
filters of regular intervals.

Airless spray allows application of high


film thickness per coat and high viscosity
products.

Never dismantle equipment, nozzle etc. unless you are sure that the pressure
has been relieved and safety devices are in function.
Never leave spray equipment, nozzles etc. under pressure and without safety
devices in function.

Airless spray is much faster than air


spray. However, it will not provide the
same fine finish. As a rule of thumb, it
is possible to cover 700-1200 sqm per
working day of 8 hours, per individual
when using airless spray.

Observe local safety regulations and the safety instructions given by suppliers
of equipment and paint.
Airless spray equipment should only be operated by skilled operators.
Cleaning
To maintain an airless spray system you must ensure that all system components
are clean and check for and replace worn or damaged components that might fail
under pressure.

Limitations
Airless Spray application relies on atomisation of the paint. "Dry spray" may result in a coarse paint finish. "Overspray"
is semi dried paint which attaches to
adjacent areas. Both may result in insufficient film formation. Avoid by adjusting the distance of nozzle to substrate
and paint under less windy conditions.
.

To clean the system, replace the coating material and flush with appropriate solvent. After removing the nozzle tip, flush the system by spraying the solvent into a
container. When the solvent looks clean, the system has been purged of paint
material. Special attention needs to be given to cleaning of the nozzle tip and the
system filters. The nozzle tip and tip filter screen should be cleaned with solvent
and rags and can be immersed in a bucket of solvent. It may be necessary to use
a small tool to scrape paint of the tip. The tool can be a small brush or wooden pick
but not a metal object or scraper, which can damage the tip.
Please also refer to manufacturer's instructions.

Note: This code should not be used without reference to relevant Product Data Sheet and
Material Safety Data Sheet, copies of which are available from HEMPEL upon request.

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Hopper spray gun application

Code of Practice No. 96.15


Hopper spray gun application
Summary of hopper spray gun
application:
The function of a hopper spray gun
The application method is used for
application of various coatings, plasters and renders
This code of practice is referring to
small hand held guns typically with a
6 litre hopper
Area of use
The hopper spray gun is a versatile piece
of equipment for civil/building projects.
It is ideal for the application of e.g. water-borne textured coatings with or without aggregate, spray plasters, fillers and
cement rendering. A hopper spray gun
is especially suited for the application
on ceilings and walls/facades.
Principle
The hopper spray gun is a normal spray
gun with an air nozzle and fitted with an
orifice plate. Changing the orifice size
is easily done by turning the orifice plate.
There are normally 4 different orifice
sizes to choose between, 3, 5, 7 and
10 mm. In order to obtain an optimum
finish for aggregate containing textured
coatings, the selected orifice should be
at least twice the size of the largest aggregate grains. By changing the distance
between the air nozzle and the orifice
plate, the volume of material that goes
through the spray gun can be controlled. On top of the gun a hopper or funnel is fitted. The hopper contains the
material to be sprayed. The material is
transported to the spray gun by the force
of gravity.

At the back of the spray gun an air hose


is fitted which is connected to a small
compressor. 220 litres of air per minute
and 2-3 bar air pressure is enough to
spray most materials. The air supply can
be adjusted on the gun.

Cleaning:
Clean the unit thoroughly after each use. When the hopper is emptied of material, run fresh water through the system. Dismantle the hopper if necessary
and clean it separately inside and outside. Thorough cleaning after each use
will ensure continued and reliable operation.
Safety:
Never aim the spray gun at yourself or others.
Never smoke, eat or drink while painting.
Never dismantle equipment unless you are sure that the air pressure has been
relieved.
Observe local safety regulations and the safety instructions given by suppliers
of equipment and paint.

How to use the hopper gun


Hold the gun with both hands, and employ round movements with both arms.
Ensure a continuous material flow by
keeping the trigger pulled. Overlap into
previously coated areas while they are
still wet, and if possible avoid application in direct sunshine to minimise the
risk of a patchy finish. Stop only for
longer periods at corners, cornices etc.
Different patterns can be obtained by
varying the nozzle size, the distance of
the nozzle from substrate, and by adjusting the air supply. Increasing the air
supply results in a smoother finish. Too
high air pressure may result in the aggregate separating from the binder (liquid part) of the material. Completely
smooth surfaces can be obtained by
using a broad knife just after application of coatings containing fine or no
aggregate at all.
Limitations
Make sure that the material to be
sprayed is well mixed with a uniform
consistency, thick enough to only just
allow a continuous flow into the spray
gun. If the material is too thin, this will
result in sagging and running and the
desired texture and wet film thickness
cannot be achieved.

Note: This code should not be used without reference to the relevant Product Data Sheet and
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Hopper spray gun application

Code of Practice No. 96.15


Hopper spray gun application
Summary of hopper spray gun
application:
The function of a hopper spray gun
The application method is used for
application of various coatings, plasters and renders
This code of practice is referring to
small hand held guns typically with a
6 litre hopper
Area of use
The hopper spray gun is a versatile piece
of equipment for civil/building projects.
It is ideal for the application of e.g. water-borne textured coatings with or without aggregate, spray plasters, fillers and
cement rendering. A hopper spray gun
is especially suited for the application
on ceilings and walls/facades.
Principle
The hopper spray gun is a normal spray
gun with an air nozzle and fitted with an
orifice plate. Changing the orifice size
is easily done by turning the orifice plate.
There are normally 4 different orifice
sizes to choose between, 3, 5, 7 and
10 mm. In order to obtain an optimum
finish for aggregate containing textured
coatings, the selected orifice should be
at least twice the size of the largest aggregate grains. By changing the distance
between the air nozzle and the orifice
plate, the volume of material that goes
through the spray gun can be controlled. On top of the gun a hopper or funnel is fitted. The hopper contains the
material to be sprayed. The material is
transported to the spray gun by the force
of gravity.

At the back of the spray gun an air hose


is fitted which is connected to a small
compressor. 220 litres of air per minute
and 2-3 bar air pressure is enough to
spray most materials. The air supply can
be adjusted on the gun.

Cleaning:
Clean the unit thoroughly after each use. When the hopper is emptied of material, run fresh water through the system. Dismantle the hopper if necessary
and clean it separately inside and outside. Thorough cleaning after each use
will ensure continued and reliable operation.
Safety:
Never aim the spray gun at yourself or others.
Never smoke, eat or drink while painting.
Never dismantle equipment unless you are sure that the air pressure has been
relieved.
Observe local safety regulations and the safety instructions given by suppliers
of equipment and paint.

How to use the hopper gun


Hold the gun with both hands, and employ round movements with both arms.
Ensure a continuous material flow by
keeping the trigger pulled. Overlap into
previously coated areas while they are
still wet, and if possible avoid application in direct sunshine to minimise the
risk of a patchy finish. Stop only for
longer periods at corners, cornices etc.
Different patterns can be obtained by
varying the nozzle size, the distance of
the nozzle from substrate, and by adjusting the air supply. Increasing the air
supply results in a smoother finish. Too
high air pressure may result in the aggregate separating from the binder (liquid part) of the material. Completely
smooth surfaces can be obtained by
using a broad knife just after application of coatings containing fine or no
aggregate at all.
Limitations
Make sure that the material to be
sprayed is well mixed with a uniform
consistency, thick enough to only just
allow a continuous flow into the spray
gun. If the material is too thin, this will
result in sagging and running and the
desired texture and wet film thickness
cannot be achieved.

Note: This code should not be used without reference to the relevant Product Data Sheet and
Material Safety Data Sheet, copies of which are available from HEMPEL upon request.

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Defects and Solutions

Code of Practice No. 96.82


Defects and solutions
The following defects and solutions are described:
Bleeding
Blistering
Brushmarking
Chalking
Cissing
Drying problems
Efflorescence
Flaking
Bleeding
Shows as a sur face discolouration.
Caused by an underlying colour or stain
which gradually migrates through a newly
painted sur face. This can be caused by
Bitumen, Creosote, Water-Staining,
Nicotine and pigmentation in previous
coatings.
Solution
All affected paint should be stripped off
and the cause of bleeding sealed off with
an appropriate sealer. After effective
sealing, re-paint according to the
appropriate specification.
Blistering
Takes place due to poor adhesion
between a paint and the surface. It may
be caused by sur face dampness or
excessive atmospheric moisture when
painting. Dampness in the surface may
be due to moisture retained in the
plaster or wood, or moisture migrating
from an adjacent structure.
Solution
All defective paint must be removed.
Surfaces must be cleaned, made sound,
then treated as new and painted
according to specification.

Brushmarking
Although mainly visible in glossy
finishes, br ushmarks are usually
present in the undercoat or primer and
may not be seen until the gloss finish is
applied, when it is too late for an easy
remedy.
Solution
Can be minimised by careful application
of undercoats and thinning slightly if
there has been solvent loss from the
paint before application, causing the
paint to thicken up. With water thinned
paints brushmarking can be caused by
overbrushing or inadequate thinning,
particularly on very absorbent surfaces.
Substrate should be sanded well back,
if in a rough condition, and sealed appropriately if porous.
Chalking
This is a powdery residue formed on a
paint finish when the surface begins to
erode from exposure to the weather.
Chalking is not usually considered a
defect unless it occurs prematurely. A
good gloss paint may soon begin to
chalk if used over a porous surface, e.g.
caused by the non-use of a primer or
sealer, or over-thining of previous coats
resulting in insufficient sealing of the
substrate. Chalking of surfaces can also
be evident where a saponifiable coating
has been used and has degraded, i.e.
by chemical attack.

Drying problems
Lack of drying is usually caused by one
of the following causes:
Contamination, such as wax or grease
on the sur face; Addition of unsuitable
material for thinning, such as paraffin,
oil, kerosene or slow drying thinners;
Painting in adverse conditions such as
during cold weather or when moisture
is condensing on the surface; Applying
paint over a previous coat which is not
dry.

96.82 Chalking

Solution
If the paint does not dry, it has to be
removed by solvent wash or with a paint
remover. Drying problems are greatly
reduced when paint is applied to clean
sur faces under reasonable weather
conditions with the appropriate thinner
used, where necessar y. If possible,
increase ventilation and the temperature
of the substrate. Sur faces should be
cleaned with detergent or solvent
washed.

96.82 Blistering

Efflorescence
It is recognisable as a white crystalline
deposit of water soluble salts which may
form on new plaster, cement render and
brick caused by dr ying out of the
structure. Efflorescence may also form
blisters in a paint film with no visible
salts. Also, efflorescence salt may be
attached to the back of the paint film,
causing no visible disruption, but
weakening adhesion and remaining a
threat to future decoration.

96.82 Brushmarking
Solution
Light chalking can be removed by
washing with water and detergent, and
the surface is then repainted normally.
Heavy surface chalking must be brushed
off and a sealer applied to bind the
surface before painting.

Note: This code should not be used without reference to the relevant Product Data Sheet and
Material Safety Data Sheet, copies of which are available from HEMPEL upon request.

Solution
Remove by brushing down, do not wash
off. Repair any damage which may be
causing water ingress. Surfaces should
not be sealed or painted in alkyd or
solvent based systems until
efflorescence ceases. Whilst efflorescence is present, porous emulsion
paints are recommended.
Flaking
This results from the splitting and lifting
of a paint coat or paint system due to
loss of adhesion. This can be due to
one or more causes, such as;
1. Paint being applied on top of a
chalking substrate or other powdery
surface.
2. Using a primer which is unsuitable
for the surface, such as underbound,
over-thinned primer or one liable to
degrade on cement/alkaline
surfaces.
3. Painting on old, poor quality paint
which can become brittle and fail
rapidly once disruption occurs.
4. Moisture penetrating into wood
causing movement which cannot be
tolerated by the paint system.
Solution
Flaking paint and adjacent areas of
suspected badly adhering paint should
be removed completely. When repainting, care should be taken to provide a
dry surface free from powdery particles
and a sur face well sealed. Ensure
correct sealers/primers are used.

96.82 Bleeding

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Code of Practice No. 96.82


Defects and solutions
The following defects and solutions are described:
Bleeding
Blistering
Brushmarking
Chalking
Cissing
Drying problems
Efflorescence
Flaking
Bleeding
Shows as a sur face discolouration.
Caused by an underlying colour or stain
which gradually migrates through a newly
painted sur face. This can be caused by
Bitumen, Creosote, Water-Staining,
Nicotine and pigmentation in previous
coatings.
Solution
All affected paint should be stripped off
and the cause of bleeding sealed off with
an appropriate sealer. After effective
sealing, re-paint according to the
appropriate specification.
Blistering
Takes place due to poor adhesion
between a paint and the surface. It may
be caused by sur face dampness or
excessive atmospheric moisture when
painting. Dampness in the surface may
be due to moisture retained in the
plaster or wood, or moisture migrating
from an adjacent structure.
Solution
All defective paint must be removed.
Surfaces must be cleaned, made sound,
then treated as new and painted
according to specification.

Brushmarking
Although mainly visible in glossy
finishes, br ushmarks are usually
present in the undercoat or primer and
may not be seen until the gloss finish is
applied, when it is too late for an easy
remedy.
Solution
Can be minimised by careful application
of undercoats and thinning slightly if
there has been solvent loss from the
paint before application, causing the
paint to thicken up. With water thinned
paints brushmarking can be caused by
overbrushing or inadequate thinning,
particularly on very absorbent surfaces.
Substrate should be sanded well back,
if in a rough condition, and sealed appropriately if porous.
Chalking
This is a powdery residue formed on a
paint finish when the surface begins to
erode from exposure to the weather.
Chalking is not usually considered a
defect unless it occurs prematurely. A
good gloss paint may soon begin to
chalk if used over a porous surface, e.g.
caused by the non-use of a primer or
sealer, or over-thining of previous coats
resulting in insufficient sealing of the
substrate. Chalking of surfaces can also
be evident where a saponifiable coating
has been used and has degraded, i.e.
by chemical attack.

Drying problems
Lack of drying is usually caused by one
of the following causes:
Contamination, such as wax or grease
on the sur face; Addition of unsuitable
material for thinning, such as paraffin,
oil, kerosene or slow drying thinners;
Painting in adverse conditions such as
during cold weather or when moisture
is condensing on the surface; Applying
paint over a previous coat which is not
dry.

96.82 Chalking

Solution
If the paint does not dry, it has to be
removed by solvent wash or with a paint
remover. Drying problems are greatly
reduced when paint is applied to clean
sur faces under reasonable weather
conditions with the appropriate thinner
used, where necessar y. If possible,
increase ventilation and the temperature
of the substrate. Sur faces should be
cleaned with detergent or solvent
washed.

96.82 Blistering

Efflorescence
It is recognisable as a white crystalline
deposit of water soluble salts which may
form on new plaster, cement render and
brick caused by dr ying out of the
structure. Efflorescence may also form
blisters in a paint film with no visible
salts. Also, efflorescence salt may be
attached to the back of the paint film,
causing no visible disruption, but
weakening adhesion and remaining a
threat to future decoration.

96.82 Brushmarking
Solution
Light chalking can be removed by
washing with water and detergent, and
the surface is then repainted normally.
Heavy surface chalking must be brushed
off and a sealer applied to bind the
surface before painting.

Note: This code should not be used without reference to the relevant Product Data Sheet and
Material Safety Data Sheet, copies of which are available from HEMPEL upon request.

Solution
Remove by brushing down, do not wash
off. Repair any damage which may be
causing water ingress. Surfaces should
not be sealed or painted in alkyd or
solvent based systems until
efflorescence ceases. Whilst efflorescence is present, porous emulsion
paints are recommended.
Flaking
This results from the splitting and lifting
of a paint coat or paint system due to
loss of adhesion. This can be due to
one or more causes, such as;
1. Paint being applied on top of a
chalking substrate or other powdery
surface.
2. Using a primer which is unsuitable
for the surface, such as underbound,
over-thinned primer or one liable to
degrade on cement/alkaline
surfaces.
3. Painting on old, poor quality paint
which can become brittle and fail
rapidly once disruption occurs.
4. Moisture penetrating into wood
causing movement which cannot be
tolerated by the paint system.
Solution
Flaking paint and adjacent areas of
suspected badly adhering paint should
be removed completely. When repainting, care should be taken to provide a
dry surface free from powdery particles
and a sur face well sealed. Ensure
correct sealers/primers are used.

96.82 Bleeding

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The table below provides guidelines for the selection of maintenance coating
systems.

The table below provides guidelines for the selection of maintenance coating
systems.

NR

NR

NR

NR

Acrylic
Solvent-borne

OK

NR

OK

NR

NR

Epoxy*
Solvent-borne

OK2

OK2

OK2

OK2

OK2

Epoxy*
Solvent-borne

OK2

OK2

OK2

OK2

OK2

Polyurethane*
Solvent-borne

OK2

NR

OK1

OK2

OK2

Polyurethane*
Solvent-borne

OK2

NR

OK1

OK2

OK2

* two-component
OK = Recommended

OK

rn

NR

NR

OK

rn

OK1

rn

Acrylic
Solvent-borne

OK1

ne

NR

rn

NR

Emulsion
Water-borne
Alkyd
Solvent-borne

or

NR

or

NR

at

NR

pc
o

NR

pc
o

OK1

to

NR

to

OK1

OK

NR

Ne

NR

Old topcoat

NR

ne
NR

at

OK

Emulsion
Water-borne
Alkyd
Solvent-borne

P
So olyu
lve re
nt tha
-b n
or e*
ne

Selection of maintenance coating system


An important consideration especially related to repainting on top of another
intact system is that of compatibility.

E
So pox
lve y*
nt
-b
o

Selection of maintenance coating system


An important consideration especially related to repainting on top of another
intact system is that of compatibility.

A
So cr y
lve lic
nt
-b
o

Summary of Compatibility:
Selection of maintenance coating system

A
So lkyd
lve
nt
-b

Summary of Compatibility:
Selection of maintenance coating system

E
W mu
at ls
er io
-b n
or
ne

Compatibility

P
So olyu
lve re
nt tha
-b n
or e*
ne

Compatibility

E
So pox
lve y*
nt
-b
o

Code of Practice No. 96.23

A
So cr y
lve lic
nt
-b
o

Code of Practice No. 96.23

A
So lkyd
lve
nt
-b

HEMPELs Protective & Decorative Paints

E
W mu
at ls
er io
-b n
or
ne

HEMPELs Protective & Decorative Paints

Ne
Old topcoat

HEMPEL

* two-component
NR = Not recommended

OK = Recommended

NR = Not recommended

The above table is indicative only. Paint application should never be based on
these indications alone but should also be based on practical application of a
limited area of the actual substrate.

The above table is indicative only. Paint application should never be based on
these indications alone but should also be based on practical application of a
limited area of the actual substrate.

Furthermore the existing paint should be sound with good adhesion and the existing coating surface should be properly cleaned with an appropiate cleaning agent.

Furthermore the existing paint should be sound with good adhesion and the existing coating surface should be properly cleaned with an appropiate cleaning agent.

Note 1: Roughening of the old surface may be necessary to ensure saticfactory


adhesion during service.

Note 1: Roughening of the old sur face may be necessary to ensure saticfactory
adhesion during service.

Note 2: If the overcoating interval has been exceeded or if it is an old coating,


roughening of the surface will along with other surface preparation be
necessary to ensure good adhesion.

Note 2: If the overcoating interval has been exceeded or if it is an old coating,


roughening of the surface will along with other surface preparation be
necessary to ensure good adhesion.

Note: This code should not be used without reference to the relevant Product Data Sheet and
Material Safety Data Sheet, copies of which are available from HEMPEL upon request.

Note: This code should not be used without reference to the relevant Product Data Sheet and
Material Safety Data Sheet, copies of which are available from HEMPEL upon request.

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The table below provides guidelines for the selection of maintenance coating
systems.

The table below provides guidelines for the selection of maintenance coating
systems.

NR

NR

NR

NR

Acrylic
Solvent-borne

OK

NR

OK

NR

NR

Epoxy*
Solvent-borne

OK2

OK2

OK2

OK2

OK2

Epoxy*
Solvent-borne

OK2

OK2

OK2

OK2

OK2

Polyurethane*
Solvent-borne

OK2

NR

OK1

OK2

OK2

Polyurethane*
Solvent-borne

OK2

NR

OK1

OK2

OK2

* two-component
OK = Recommended

OK

rn

NR

NR

OK

rn

OK1

rn

Acrylic
Solvent-borne

OK1

ne

NR

rn

NR

Emulsion
Water-borne
Alkyd
Solvent-borne

or

NR

or

NR

at

NR

pc
o

NR

pc
o

OK1

to

NR

to

OK1

OK

NR

Ne

NR

Old topcoat

NR

ne
NR

at

OK

Emulsion
Water-borne
Alkyd
Solvent-borne

P
So olyu
lve re
nt tha
-b n
or e*
ne

Selection of maintenance coating system


An important consideration especially related to repainting on top of another
intact system is that of compatibility.

E
So pox
lve y*
nt
-b
o

Selection of maintenance coating system


An important consideration especially related to repainting on top of another
intact system is that of compatibility.

A
So cr y
lve lic
nt
-b
o

Summary of Compatibility:
Selection of maintenance coating system

A
So lkyd
lve
nt
-b

Summary of Compatibility:
Selection of maintenance coating system

E
W mu
at ls
er io
-b n
or
ne

Compatibility

P
So olyu
lve re
nt tha
-b n
or e*
ne

Compatibility

E
So pox
lve y*
nt
-b
o

Code of Practice No. 96.23

A
So cr y
lve lic
nt
-b
o

Code of Practice No. 96.23

A
So lkyd
lve
nt
-b

HEMPELs Protective & Decorative Paints

E
W mu
at ls
er io
-b n
or
ne

HEMPELs Protective & Decorative Paints

Ne
Old topcoat

HEMPEL

* two-component
NR = Not recommended

OK = Recommended

NR = Not recommended

The above table is indicative only. Paint application should never be based on
these indications alone but should also be based on practical application of a
limited area of the actual substrate.

The above table is indicative only. Paint application should never be based on
these indications alone but should also be based on practical application of a
limited area of the actual substrate.

Furthermore the existing paint should be sound with good adhesion and the existing coating surface should be properly cleaned with an appropiate cleaning agent.

Furthermore the existing paint should be sound with good adhesion and the existing coating surface should be properly cleaned with an appropiate cleaning agent.

Note 1: Roughening of the old surface may be necessary to ensure saticfactory


adhesion during service.

Note 1: Roughening of the old sur face may be necessary to ensure saticfactory
adhesion during service.

Note 2: If the overcoating interval has been exceeded or if it is an old coating,


roughening of the surface will along with other surface preparation be
necessary to ensure good adhesion.

Note 2: If the overcoating interval has been exceeded or if it is an old coating,


roughening of the surface will along with other surface preparation be
necessary to ensure good adhesion.

Note: This code should not be used without reference to the relevant Product Data Sheet and
Material Safety Data Sheet, copies of which are available from HEMPEL upon request.

Note: This code should not be used without reference to the relevant Product Data Sheet and
Material Safety Data Sheet, copies of which are available from HEMPEL upon request.

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Quality test of sealers

Code of Practice No. 96.31


Quality of sealers
Summary of quality of sealers:
The areas of use
The differences between Sealers
The Sealer test in practice
Purpose of quality test
The purpose of making a quality test of
sealers is to make sure that the performance is acceptable to fulfil the requirements of the subsequently applied
paint system.
Areas of use
The sealers are used on porous surfaces such as concrete, plaster, gypsum
and masonry materials. They are used
on both interior and exterior surfaces.
What is a sealer?
A sealer is a dustbinding paint applied
to a cleaned mineral sur face, such as
concrete, plaster, gypsum, and masonry.
In general, it is done to secure a good,
water repellent basis for a decorative or
protective paint system.
Different sealers
There are several different types of Sealers. The type to use depends on the surface, the type of solvent in the subsequent paint system (water-/solventborne) and the resistance to humidity,
abrasion, chemicals, etc.:
Clear water-borne sealer
Mostly known as binder/sealer for
interior or exterior use. Transparent,
alkali resistant, economy binder/
sealer with good adhesion to gypsum
and plaster. Recoatable with wateror solvent-borne systems.

Pigmented or coloured waterborne sealer


Mostly known as primer/sealer for
interior or exterior use. Coloured, flat,
alkali resistant, primer/sealer, with
good adhesion to gypsum, plaster,
and masonry substrate in general.
Recoatable with water- or solventborne systems.

How is a sealer quality tested in


practice?
The most important tests to identify the
quality of a Sealer are the following:
Penetration
Good penetration results in a saturated
sur face showing no visible paint film
formed. However, bad penetration results in formation of a visible film formed
on the surface. The penetration properties can also be assessed by Consumption Calculations (see Hempel's code of
practise no. 96.21).

Clear solvent-borne sealer


Mostly known as binder/sealer for
exterior use. Extra good penetration
properties with good adhesion to
most masonry substrates. Transparent, glossy, alkali resistant, all-round
binder/sealer. Recoatable with water- or solvent-borne systems.

Dustbinding characteristics
Presence of dust or chalk on the surface is detected by drawing a black cloth
of cotton approximately 20 cm across
the surface. The presence of dust or
chalking is considered significant if the
cloth shows white or off-white colour and
if the dust keeps coming off after a couple of rubs at the same spot.

Pigmented or coloured solventborne sealer


Mostly known as primer/sealer for
exterior use. Extra good penetration
properties with good adhesion to
most masonry substrates. Coloured,
glossy, alkali resistant, all-round
primer/sealer. Recoatable with water- or solvent-borne systems.

Adhesion
This method is used for evaluating the
inner cohesive strength and adhesion
to substrate. Plastic tape Tesa-film 122
is used for the test. The outermost 20
cm of a piece of tape of approximately
50 cm is firmly applied to the surface
with the finger nail. Then a sudden and
violent pull is made at the loose end
perpendicularly at right angles to the surface. Result: The tape test has not been
passed when some surface material/
sealer is adhering to the tape.
Non volatile or solids contents
These are stated on the Product Data
Sheet. High solids materials saturate
the substrate surface using less material compared to material with low solids content.

For further information please contact


your nearest HEMPEL dealer.

Clear epoxy-based sealer


Mostly known as epoxy sealer for exterior use. However, also suitable as
e.g. sealer for concrete floors and
walls. Transparent, highly water and
chemical resistant and forms a
tough, abrasion resistant sur face.
Recoatable with solvent-borne systems.
This means that all the different Sealers have their own purpose according
to which subsequent paint system will
be used on top of the Sealer.

Note: This code should not be used without reference to the relevant Product Data Sheet
and Material Safety Data Sheet, copies of which are available from HEMPEL upon request.
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Quality test of sealers

Code of Practice No. 96.31


Quality of sealers
Summary of quality of sealers:
The areas of use
The differences between Sealers
The Sealer test in practice
Purpose of quality test
The purpose of making a quality test of
sealers is to make sure that the performance is acceptable to fulfil the requirements of the subsequently applied
paint system.
Areas of use
The sealers are used on porous surfaces such as concrete, plaster, gypsum
and masonry materials. They are used
on both interior and exterior surfaces.
What is a sealer?
A sealer is a dustbinding paint applied
to a cleaned mineral sur face, such as
concrete, plaster, gypsum, and masonry.
In general, it is done to secure a good,
water repellent basis for a decorative or
protective paint system.
Different sealers
There are several different types of Sealers. The type to use depends on the surface, the type of solvent in the subsequent paint system (water-/solventborne) and the resistance to humidity,
abrasion, chemicals, etc.:
Clear water-borne sealer
Mostly known as binder/sealer for
interior or exterior use. Transparent,
alkali resistant, economy binder/
sealer with good adhesion to gypsum
and plaster. Recoatable with wateror solvent-borne systems.

Pigmented or coloured waterborne sealer


Mostly known as primer/sealer for
interior or exterior use. Coloured, flat,
alkali resistant, primer/sealer, with
good adhesion to gypsum, plaster,
and masonry substrate in general.
Recoatable with water- or solventborne systems.

How is a sealer quality tested in


practice?
The most important tests to identify the
quality of a Sealer are the following:
Penetration
Good penetration results in a saturated
sur face showing no visible paint film
formed. However, bad penetration results in formation of a visible film formed
on the surface. The penetration properties can also be assessed by Consumption Calculations (see Hempel's code of
practise no. 96.21).

Clear solvent-borne sealer


Mostly known as binder/sealer for
exterior use. Extra good penetration
properties with good adhesion to
most masonry substrates. Transparent, glossy, alkali resistant, all-round
binder/sealer. Recoatable with water- or solvent-borne systems.

Dustbinding characteristics
Presence of dust or chalk on the surface is detected by drawing a black cloth
of cotton approximately 20 cm across
the surface. The presence of dust or
chalking is considered significant if the
cloth shows white or off-white colour and
if the dust keeps coming off after a couple of rubs at the same spot.

Pigmented or coloured solventborne sealer


Mostly known as primer/sealer for
exterior use. Extra good penetration
properties with good adhesion to
most masonry substrates. Coloured,
glossy, alkali resistant, all-round
primer/sealer. Recoatable with water- or solvent-borne systems.

Adhesion
This method is used for evaluating the
inner cohesive strength and adhesion
to substrate. Plastic tape Tesa-film 122
is used for the test. The outermost 20
cm of a piece of tape of approximately
50 cm is firmly applied to the surface
with the finger nail. Then a sudden and
violent pull is made at the loose end
perpendicularly at right angles to the surface. Result: The tape test has not been
passed when some surface material/
sealer is adhering to the tape.
Non volatile or solids contents
These are stated on the Product Data
Sheet. High solids materials saturate
the substrate surface using less material compared to material with low solids content.

For further information please contact


your nearest HEMPEL dealer.

Clear epoxy-based sealer


Mostly known as epoxy sealer for exterior use. However, also suitable as
e.g. sealer for concrete floors and
walls. Transparent, highly water and
chemical resistant and forms a
tough, abrasion resistant sur face.
Recoatable with solvent-borne systems.
This means that all the different Sealers have their own purpose according
to which subsequent paint system will
be used on top of the Sealer.

Note: This code should not be used without reference to the relevant Product Data Sheet
and Material Safety Data Sheet, copies of which are available from HEMPEL upon request.
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Code of Practice No. 96.32


Quality of fillers
Summary of quality of fillers:
The area of use
Differences between Fillers
The Filler tests in practice
Purpose of quality test
The purpose of making a quality test of
Fillers is to make sure that the performance is acceptable to fulfil the requirements of the subsequently applied paint
system.
Area of use
The fillers are used on porous, uneven
surfaces such as concrete, plaster/ gypsum and masonry to repair imperfections in the substrate.
They are used on both interior and exterior sur faces normally on top of a
Primer/Sealer or binder/sealer which
forms a good basis for the filler.
What is a filler?
A Filler is a thick paint applied on top of
a suitable primer/sealer or binder/
sealer to a clean surface, such as concrete, plaster, gypsum, masonr y and
wood. This is done to secure a good,
smooth and even sur face which forms
the basis for a decorative or protective
paint system.
Different fillers
There are several different fillers available. Their uses depend on the type of
surface, the type of solvent in the subsequent paint system (water-/solventborne) and the resistance to e.g. water
migration, abrasion, chemicals etc.

Pigmented epoxy filler


Mostly known as epoxy filler for exterior
use. It is a very hard, impact and chemical resistant material when cured. It can
be applied in a dry film thickness of up
to 10 mm without cracking. Can be
recoated with solvent-borne primer/sealers and is the preferred filler for epoxy
and polyurethane systems.

All-round water-borne filler


Mostly known as putty filler for interior/
exterior use. Has excellent smoothing
and filling properties. Can be applied in
a dry film thickness of up to 1000 microns without cracking. Has a wet-edge
of approximately 20 minutes at 25C.
Recoatable with water-borne or solventborne systems.
High quality water-borne filler
Mostly known as putty filler for exterior
use. Has excellent smoothing and deep
filling properties. Can be applied in a
dry fim thickness of up to 1000 microns
without cracking. Has a wet-edge of approximately 20 minutes at 25C. Suitable for exterior exposure for a limited
period of time. Can be recoated with
water-borne or solvent-borne systems.

Pigmented epoxy grout


Mostly known as solvent-free epoxy
grout. It is a ver y hard, impact and
chemical resistant material when cured.
This 3-component material can be applied in a dry film thickness of up to 30
mm without cracking. Can be recoated
with solvent-borne primers/sealers and
is the preferred grout for epoxy and polyurethane systems.

How is a filler quality tested in practice?


The most important tests to identify the
quality of a Filler are the following:

Solvent-borne filler
Mostly known as putty, knifing- or blockfiller. This filler is thixotropic and is
smooth and easy to apply. It can be applied in a dry film thickness of up to 1
mm without cracking. Accepts a wide
range of solvent- and water-borne topcoats.

Application properties - are checked


by applying the filler with the application tools indicated on the product data sheet of the product. The
time for good workability is measured
indicating the wet-edge time. The
workability must be easy and show
good smoothing as well as filling
properties.

Economic water-borne filler


Mostly known as putty filler for interior
use. Has excellent smoothing and filling properties. Can be applied in a dry
film thickness of up to 500 micron without cracking. Has a wet-edge of approximately 10 minutes at 25C. Recoatable
with water-borne systems.

Cracking - is measured by applying


the filler on a non-absorbent
substrate, e.g. a piece of plastic, in
excessive film thicknesses. When
the film starts cracking, the dry film
layer is measured by e.g. a slide ruler
with 1 mm indication.

Sanding properties - the applied and


dry filler must have easy sanding
properties. This means that excessive force should not be required in
order to achieve a smooth surface
using appropriate sanding paper.
Also there should be no or only little
material left on the sanding paper.
Scrub resistance - is tested by finger rubbing with and without water
on the dried film.
An economic filler will typically deposit filler material on the finger. In
cases where there is only very little
binder material in the filler, the dried
film can be partly removed by rubbing the filler sur face with the hand
without any wetting of the surface.
Penetration of water - is measured
by splashing water on to the dry filler
surface. If the water is totally absorbed, the film is very porous. This
will indicate that it is an economic
type suited for interior use only.
If the water is not absorbed but is
partly or fully repelled by the dry filler
film, it will indicate that the film is
not porous and can be used for exterior use.

For additional information please contact your nearest HEMPEL Dealer

Note: This code should not be used without reference to the relevant Product Data Sheet and
Material Safety Data Sheet, copies of which are available from HEMPEL upon request.

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Code of Practice No. 96.32


Quality of fillers
Summary of quality of fillers:
The area of use
Differences between Fillers
The Filler tests in practice
Purpose of quality test
The purpose of making a quality test of
Fillers is to make sure that the performance is acceptable to fulfil the requirements of the subsequently applied paint
system.
Area of use
The fillers are used on porous, uneven
surfaces such as concrete, plaster/ gypsum and masonry to repair imperfections in the substrate.
They are used on both interior and exterior sur faces normally on top of a
Primer/Sealer or binder/sealer which
forms a good basis for the filler.
What is a filler?
A Filler is a thick paint applied on top of
a suitable primer/sealer or binder/
sealer to a clean surface, such as concrete, plaster, gypsum, masonr y and
wood. This is done to secure a good,
smooth and even sur face which forms
the basis for a decorative or protective
paint system.
Different fillers
There are several different fillers available. Their uses depend on the type of
surface, the type of solvent in the subsequent paint system (water-/solventborne) and the resistance to e.g. water
migration, abrasion, chemicals etc.

Pigmented epoxy filler


Mostly known as epoxy filler for exterior
use. It is a very hard, impact and chemical resistant material when cured. It can
be applied in a dry film thickness of up
to 10 mm without cracking. Can be
recoated with solvent-borne primer/sealers and is the preferred filler for epoxy
and polyurethane systems.

All-round water-borne filler


Mostly known as putty filler for interior/
exterior use. Has excellent smoothing
and filling properties. Can be applied in
a dry film thickness of up to 1000 microns without cracking. Has a wet-edge
of approximately 20 minutes at 25C.
Recoatable with water-borne or solventborne systems.
High quality water-borne filler
Mostly known as putty filler for exterior
use. Has excellent smoothing and deep
filling properties. Can be applied in a
dry fim thickness of up to 1000 microns
without cracking. Has a wet-edge of approximately 20 minutes at 25C. Suitable for exterior exposure for a limited
period of time. Can be recoated with
water-borne or solvent-borne systems.

Pigmented epoxy grout


Mostly known as solvent-free epoxy
grout. It is a ver y hard, impact and
chemical resistant material when cured.
This 3-component material can be applied in a dry film thickness of up to 30
mm without cracking. Can be recoated
with solvent-borne primers/sealers and
is the preferred grout for epoxy and polyurethane systems.

How is a filler quality tested in practice?


The most important tests to identify the
quality of a Filler are the following:

Solvent-borne filler
Mostly known as putty, knifing- or blockfiller. This filler is thixotropic and is
smooth and easy to apply. It can be applied in a dry film thickness of up to 1
mm without cracking. Accepts a wide
range of solvent- and water-borne topcoats.

Application properties - are checked


by applying the filler with the application tools indicated on the product data sheet of the product. The
time for good workability is measured
indicating the wet-edge time. The
workability must be easy and show
good smoothing as well as filling
properties.

Economic water-borne filler


Mostly known as putty filler for interior
use. Has excellent smoothing and filling properties. Can be applied in a dry
film thickness of up to 500 micron without cracking. Has a wet-edge of approximately 10 minutes at 25C. Recoatable
with water-borne systems.

Cracking - is measured by applying


the filler on a non-absorbent
substrate, e.g. a piece of plastic, in
excessive film thicknesses. When
the film starts cracking, the dry film
layer is measured by e.g. a slide ruler
with 1 mm indication.

Sanding properties - the applied and


dry filler must have easy sanding
properties. This means that excessive force should not be required in
order to achieve a smooth surface
using appropriate sanding paper.
Also there should be no or only little
material left on the sanding paper.
Scrub resistance - is tested by finger rubbing with and without water
on the dried film.
An economic filler will typically deposit filler material on the finger. In
cases where there is only very little
binder material in the filler, the dried
film can be partly removed by rubbing the filler sur face with the hand
without any wetting of the surface.
Penetration of water - is measured
by splashing water on to the dry filler
surface. If the water is totally absorbed, the film is very porous. This
will indicate that it is an economic
type suited for interior use only.
If the water is not absorbed but is
partly or fully repelled by the dry filler
film, it will indicate that the film is
not porous and can be used for exterior use.

For additional information please contact your nearest HEMPEL Dealer

Note: This code should not be used without reference to the relevant Product Data Sheet and
Material Safety Data Sheet, copies of which are available from HEMPEL upon request.

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Code of Practice No. 96.33

Code of Practice No. 96.33

Quality of emulsions

Quality of emulsions

Summary of quality emulsions:


Make sure that the hiding power and
colour stability are acceptable
Classification of areas to be painted
and their differences
There are 3 simple tests to make a
quality test of an emulsion in practice
Purpose of quality test
The purpose of making a quality test of
emulsions is to make sure that the hiding power and colour stability are acceptable to fulfil the requirements.
Areas of use
In order to get a good quality paint job
the first step is to identify the areas to
be painted and their different in requirements. Below are a few examples of the
most common areas.
Ceilings: The only requirements are
colour stability and resistance to
smoke from cigarettes/cigars/cooking and humidity
Interior walls in living rooms: require
colour stability, wear-resistance and
good washability. On previously
painted surfaces a good hiding power
is needed.
Interior walls in kitchens: scrub resistance for cleaning, resistance
against cooking oils and detergents,
ease of cleaning, etc.
Exterior walls: weather resistance,
i.e. scrub resistance against e.g.
sandstorms and rain showers, resistance against sunlight, etc.
How is an emulsion tested in practice
Presented below are 3 simple tests you
can do yourself. These will give you a
good idea of the per formance of the
emulsion on the 3 key areas: Wear, hiding and weather.
Scrub test
Apply the emulsion on coated carton.
Let it dry thoroughly. Rub it with a wet
nail brush. If the emulsion disappears:

1. very quickly with less than 20 scrubs,


then the paint is only suited for areas with no wear e.g. ceilings.
2. after approx. 6-800 scrubs then it is
suited for interior use with some wear
i.e. living rooms and for exterior use
with low to medium weather exposure.
3. after min. 2000 scrubs then the paint
is well suited for exterior walls fully
exposed to the weather.

Summary of quality emulsions:


Make sure that the hiding power and
colour stability are acceptable
Classification of areas to be painted
and their differences
There are 3 simple tests to make a
quality test of an emulsion in practice
Purpose of quality test
The purpose of making a quality test of
emulsions is to make sure that the hiding power and colour stability are acceptable to fulfil the requirements.

96.33 Scrub Test

Test of hiding
Apply the emulsion to a thick piece of
clear plastic; let it dry thoroughly and
hold it against the light:
1. If you can see through the film then
the hiding power is poor and you will
need several coats and thus more
paint to hide old paint and/or obtain
an even colour.
2. If you cannot see through then the
paint will hide in 1-2 coats, thus saving not only on the quantity of paint
used but also on the labour cost involved.
3. Bend the plastic and observe to what
extent the paint will fall off or stay
on. This will illustrate the flexibility
of the paint. This is not important
for normal application on plaster or
concrete but might be important on
e.g. wood.

Areas of use
In order to get a good quality paint job
the first step is to identify the areas to
be painted and their different in requirements. Below are a few examples of the
most common areas.
Ceilings: The only requirements are
colour stability and resistance to
smoke from cigarettes/cigars/cooking and humidity
Interior walls in living rooms: require
colour stability, wear-resistance and
good washability. On previously
painted surfaces a good hiding power
is needed.
Interior walls in kitchens: scrub resistance for cleaning, resistance
against cooking oils and detergents,
ease of cleaning, etc.
Exterior walls: weather resistance,
i.e. scrub resistance against e.g.
sandstorms and rain showers, resistance against sunlight, etc.

96.33 Test of Hiding

96.33 Weather Test

Weather test
Apply the emulsion on 2 wooden boards.
Expose one to the sun for 21 days (500
hours), and keep the other one inside.
Compare the 2 boards:

How is an emulsion tested in practice


Presented below are 3 simple tests you
can do yourself. These will give you a
good idea of the per formance of the
emulsion on the 3 key areas: Wear, hiding and weather.

1. If they look alike then the paint has


good resistance against the sunlight
2. If there is a noticeable difference the
paint is degrading in the sun and will
soon lose its protective properties
also regarding the scrub resistance.

Scrub test
Apply the emulsion on coated carton.
Let it dry thoroughly. Rub it with a wet
nail brush. If the emulsion disappears:

Note: This code should not be used without reference to the relevant Product Data Sheet and
Material Safety Data Sheet, copies of which are available from HEMPEL upon request.

96.33 Scrub Test

Test of hiding
Apply the emulsion to a thick piece of
clear plastic; let it dry thoroughly and
hold it against the light:
1. If you can see through the film then
the hiding power is poor and you will
need several coats and thus more
paint to hide old paint and/or obtain
an even colour.
2. If you cannot see through then the
paint will hide in 1-2 coats, thus saving not only on the quantity of paint
used but also on the labour cost involved.
3. Bend the plastic and observe to what
extent the paint will fall off or stay
on. This will illustrate the flexibility
of the paint. This is not important
for normal application on plaster or
concrete but might be important on
e.g. wood.

96.33 Test of Hiding

96.33 Weather Test

Weather test
Apply the emulsion on 2 wooden boards.
Expose one to the sun for 21 days (500
hours), and keep the other one inside.
Compare the 2 boards:
1. If they look alike then the paint has
good resistance against the sunlight
2. If there is a noticeable difference the
paint is degrading in the sun and will
soon lose its protective properties
also regarding the scrub resistance.

Note: This code should not be used without reference to the relevant Product Data Sheet and
Material Safety Data Sheet, copies of which are available from HEMPEL upon request.

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1. very quickly with less than 20 scrubs,


then the paint is only suited for areas with no wear e.g. ceilings.
2. after approx. 6-800 scrubs then it is
suited for interior use with some wear
i.e. living rooms and for exterior use
with low to medium weather exposure.
3. after min. 2000 scrubs then the paint
is well suited for exterior walls fully
exposed to the weather.

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Code of Practice No. 96.33

Quality of emulsions

Quality of emulsions

Summary of quality emulsions:


Make sure that the hiding power and
colour stability are acceptable
Classification of areas to be painted
and their differences
There are 3 simple tests to make a
quality test of an emulsion in practice
Purpose of quality test
The purpose of making a quality test of
emulsions is to make sure that the hiding power and colour stability are acceptable to fulfil the requirements.
Areas of use
In order to get a good quality paint job
the first step is to identify the areas to
be painted and their different in requirements. Below are a few examples of the
most common areas.
Ceilings: The only requirements are
colour stability and resistance to
smoke from cigarettes/cigars/cooking and humidity
Interior walls in living rooms: require
colour stability, wear-resistance and
good washability. On previously
painted surfaces a good hiding power
is needed.
Interior walls in kitchens: scrub resistance for cleaning, resistance
against cooking oils and detergents,
ease of cleaning, etc.
Exterior walls: weather resistance,
i.e. scrub resistance against e.g.
sandstorms and rain showers, resistance against sunlight, etc.
How is an emulsion tested in practice
Presented below are 3 simple tests you
can do yourself. These will give you a
good idea of the per formance of the
emulsion on the 3 key areas: Wear, hiding and weather.
Scrub test
Apply the emulsion on coated carton.
Let it dry thoroughly. Rub it with a wet
nail brush. If the emulsion disappears:

1. very quickly with less than 20 scrubs,


then the paint is only suited for areas with no wear e.g. ceilings.
2. after approx. 6-800 scrubs then it is
suited for interior use with some wear
i.e. living rooms and for exterior use
with low to medium weather exposure.
3. after min. 2000 scrubs then the paint
is well suited for exterior walls fully
exposed to the weather.

Summary of quality emulsions:


Make sure that the hiding power and
colour stability are acceptable
Classification of areas to be painted
and their differences
There are 3 simple tests to make a
quality test of an emulsion in practice
Purpose of quality test
The purpose of making a quality test of
emulsions is to make sure that the hiding power and colour stability are acceptable to fulfil the requirements.

96.33 Scrub Test

Test of hiding
Apply the emulsion to a thick piece of
clear plastic; let it dry thoroughly and
hold it against the light:
1. If you can see through the film then
the hiding power is poor and you will
need several coats and thus more
paint to hide old paint and/or obtain
an even colour.
2. If you cannot see through then the
paint will hide in 1-2 coats, thus saving not only on the quantity of paint
used but also on the labour cost involved.
3. Bend the plastic and observe to what
extent the paint will fall off or stay
on. This will illustrate the flexibility
of the paint. This is not important
for normal application on plaster or
concrete but might be important on
e.g. wood.

Areas of use
In order to get a good quality paint job
the first step is to identify the areas to
be painted and their different in requirements. Below are a few examples of the
most common areas.
Ceilings: The only requirements are
colour stability and resistance to
smoke from cigarettes/cigars/cooking and humidity
Interior walls in living rooms: require
colour stability, wear-resistance and
good washability. On previously
painted surfaces a good hiding power
is needed.
Interior walls in kitchens: scrub resistance for cleaning, resistance
against cooking oils and detergents,
ease of cleaning, etc.
Exterior walls: weather resistance,
i.e. scrub resistance against e.g.
sandstorms and rain showers, resistance against sunlight, etc.

96.33 Test of Hiding

96.33 Weather Test

Weather test
Apply the emulsion on 2 wooden boards.
Expose one to the sun for 21 days (500
hours), and keep the other one inside.
Compare the 2 boards:

How is an emulsion tested in practice


Presented below are 3 simple tests you
can do yourself. These will give you a
good idea of the per formance of the
emulsion on the 3 key areas: Wear, hiding and weather.

1. If they look alike then the paint has


good resistance against the sunlight
2. If there is a noticeable difference the
paint is degrading in the sun and will
soon lose its protective properties
also regarding the scrub resistance.

Scrub test
Apply the emulsion on coated carton.
Let it dry thoroughly. Rub it with a wet
nail brush. If the emulsion disappears:

Note: This code should not be used without reference to the relevant Product Data Sheet and
Material Safety Data Sheet, copies of which are available from HEMPEL upon request.

96.33 Scrub Test

Test of hiding
Apply the emulsion to a thick piece of
clear plastic; let it dry thoroughly and
hold it against the light:
1. If you can see through the film then
the hiding power is poor and you will
need several coats and thus more
paint to hide old paint and/or obtain
an even colour.
2. If you cannot see through then the
paint will hide in 1-2 coats, thus saving not only on the quantity of paint
used but also on the labour cost involved.
3. Bend the plastic and observe to what
extent the paint will fall off or stay
on. This will illustrate the flexibility
of the paint. This is not important
for normal application on plaster or
concrete but might be important on
e.g. wood.

96.33 Test of Hiding

96.33 Weather Test

Weather test
Apply the emulsion on 2 wooden boards.
Expose one to the sun for 21 days (500
hours), and keep the other one inside.
Compare the 2 boards:
1. If they look alike then the paint has
good resistance against the sunlight
2. If there is a noticeable difference the
paint is degrading in the sun and will
soon lose its protective properties
also regarding the scrub resistance.

Note: This code should not be used without reference to the relevant Product Data Sheet and
Material Safety Data Sheet, copies of which are available from HEMPEL upon request.

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1. very quickly with less than 20 scrubs,


then the paint is only suited for areas with no wear e.g. ceilings.
2. after approx. 6-800 scrubs then it is
suited for interior use with some wear
i.e. living rooms and for exterior use
with low to medium weather exposure.
3. after min. 2000 scrubs then the paint
is well suited for exterior walls fully
exposed to the weather.

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Code of Practice No. 96.34

Code of Practice No. 96.34

Quality of textures

Quality of textures

Summary of quality of textures:


The area of use
A description of textures
Test of Texture in practice
Purpose of quality test
The purpose of making a quality test of
Textures is to make sure that the performance is acceptable to fulfil the requirements of service life and appearance.
What is a texture?
A Texture is a paint with or without aggregate of different grades.The aggregate is added to achieve a textured finish. Some textures are just thick paints.
When applied with e.g. a textured roller,
the finish becomes textured. Normally
the Texture is applied in rather thick
coats of paint (30-5000 micron).
Area of use
The purpose of applying textures is to
create a textured sur face for mainly
decorative purposes. The texture must
also be water resistant like any other
paint and have sufficient flexibiIity.
What makes a quality texture?
The most important tests to identify the
quality of a texture are the following:
Sagging
Since textured paints are often applied
in heavy coats, poor textures have a tendency to sag. It is therefore important
that it can hold itself together, meaning
that it does not slide down vertical surfaces resulting in a uneven and unattractive finish. However, sagging can
also be caused by excessive thinning !

The test is performed by applying the


Texture to a wooden panel in a high film
thickness and placing the panel vertically. If the sagging starts after a few
minutes, and hereby changing the surface pattern, the quality is not good
enough.
Patterns
A good texture will be able to provide a
variety of patterns depending on the
methods of application: Roller, spray,
spray and levelling, etc.

Summary of quality of textures:


The area of use
A description of textures
Test of Texture in practice
Purpose of quality test
The purpose of making a quality test of
Textures is to make sure that the performance is acceptable to fulfil the requirements of service life and appearance.

96.34 Sagging

What is a texture?
A Texture is a paint with or without aggregate of different grades.The aggregate is added to achieve a textured finish. Some textures are just thick paints.
When applied with e.g. a textured roller,
the finish becomes textured. Normally
the Texture is applied in rather thick
coats of paint (30-5000 micron).

Lower quality textures will only provide


soft rounded patterns. It is therefore a
good idea to make a test application to
evaluate the final apperance.
Flexibility
A poor textured paint may crack during
drying.
To test the texture for cracking apply the
texture on a thick piece of plastic. After
full drying bend the plastic. The good
texture will follow the movements of the
plastic without cracking and without falling off.
Water resistance
The texture must be water resistant like
any other paint.This can be checked by
applying the texture on an asbestos
panel at a high film thickness and in the
desired pattern. After dr ying overnight
immerse the panel in water. The low
quality product will star t to dissolve
within 24 hours while the high quality
product will remain intact.

Area of use
The purpose of applying textures is to
create a textured sur face for mainly
decorative purposes. The texture must
also be water resistant like any other
paint and have sufficient flexibiIity.

96.34 Flexibility

What makes a quality texture?


The most important tests to identify the
quality of a texture are the following:

96.34 Water resistance

Sagging
Since textured paints are often applied
in heavy coats, poor textures have a tendency to sag. It is therefore important
that it can hold itself together, meaning
that it does not slide down vertical surfaces resulting in a uneven and unattractive finish. However, sagging can
also be caused by excessive thinning !

The test is performed by applying the


Texture to a wooden panel in a high film
thickness and placing the panel vertically. If the sagging starts after a few
minutes, and hereby changing the surface pattern, the quality is not good
enough.
Patterns
A good texture will be able to provide a
variety of patterns depending on the
methods of application: Roller, spray,
spray and levelling, etc.
Lower quality textures will only provide
soft rounded patterns. It is therefore a
good idea to make a test application to
evaluate the final apperance.
Flexibility
A poor textured paint may crack during
drying.
To test the texture for cracking apply the
texture on a thick piece of plastic. After
full drying bend the plastic. The good
texture will follow the movements of the
plastic without cracking and without falling off.
Water resistance
The texture must be water resistant like
any other paint.This can be checked by
applying the texture on an asbestos
panel at a high film thickness and in the
desired pattern. After drying overnight
immerse the panel in water. The low
quality product will star t to dissolve
within 24 hours while the high quality
product will remain intact.

Note: This code should not be used without reference to the relevant Product Data Sheet and
Material Safety Data Sheet, copies of which are available from HEMPEL upon request.

Note: This code should not be used without reference to the relevant Product Data Sheet and
Material Safety Data Sheet, copies of which are available from HEMPEL upon request.

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96.34 Flexibility

96.34 Water resistance

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Code of Practice No. 96.34

Quality of textures

Quality of textures

Summary of quality of textures:


The area of use
A description of textures
Test of Texture in practice
Purpose of quality test
The purpose of making a quality test of
Textures is to make sure that the performance is acceptable to fulfil the requirements of service life and appearance.
What is a texture?
A Texture is a paint with or without aggregate of different grades.The aggregate is added to achieve a textured finish. Some textures are just thick paints.
When applied with e.g. a textured roller,
the finish becomes textured. Normally
the Texture is applied in rather thick
coats of paint (30-5000 micron).
Area of use
The purpose of applying textures is to
create a textured sur face for mainly
decorative purposes. The texture must
also be water resistant like any other
paint and have sufficient flexibiIity.
What makes a quality texture?
The most important tests to identify the
quality of a texture are the following:
Sagging
Since textured paints are often applied
in heavy coats, poor textures have a tendency to sag. It is therefore important
that it can hold itself together, meaning
that it does not slide down vertical surfaces resulting in a uneven and unattractive finish. However, sagging can
also be caused by excessive thinning !

The test is performed by applying the


Texture to a wooden panel in a high film
thickness and placing the panel vertically. If the sagging starts after a few
minutes, and hereby changing the surface pattern, the quality is not good
enough.
Patterns
A good texture will be able to provide a
variety of patterns depending on the
methods of application: Roller, spray,
spray and levelling, etc.

Summary of quality of textures:


The area of use
A description of textures
Test of Texture in practice
Purpose of quality test
The purpose of making a quality test of
Textures is to make sure that the performance is acceptable to fulfil the requirements of service life and appearance.

96.34 Sagging

What is a texture?
A Texture is a paint with or without aggregate of different grades.The aggregate is added to achieve a textured finish. Some textures are just thick paints.
When applied with e.g. a textured roller,
the finish becomes textured. Normally
the Texture is applied in rather thick
coats of paint (30-5000 micron).

Lower quality textures will only provide


soft rounded patterns. It is therefore a
good idea to make a test application to
evaluate the final apperance.
Flexibility
A poor textured paint may crack during
drying.
To test the texture for cracking apply the
texture on a thick piece of plastic. After
full drying bend the plastic. The good
texture will follow the movements of the
plastic without cracking and without falling off.
Water resistance
The texture must be water resistant like
any other paint.This can be checked by
applying the texture on an asbestos
panel at a high film thickness and in the
desired pattern. After dr ying overnight
immerse the panel in water. The low
quality product will star t to dissolve
within 24 hours while the high quality
product will remain intact.

Area of use
The purpose of applying textures is to
create a textured sur face for mainly
decorative purposes. The texture must
also be water resistant like any other
paint and have sufficient flexibiIity.

96.34 Flexibility

What makes a quality texture?


The most important tests to identify the
quality of a texture are the following:

96.34 Water resistance

Sagging
Since textured paints are often applied
in heavy coats, poor textures have a tendency to sag. It is therefore important
that it can hold itself together, meaning
that it does not slide down vertical surfaces resulting in a uneven and unattractive finish. However, sagging can
also be caused by excessive thinning !

The test is performed by applying the


Texture to a wooden panel in a high film
thickness and placing the panel vertically. If the sagging starts after a few
minutes, and hereby changing the surface pattern, the quality is not good
enough.
Patterns
A good texture will be able to provide a
variety of patterns depending on the
methods of application: Roller, spray,
spray and levelling, etc.
Lower quality textures will only provide
soft rounded patterns. It is therefore a
good idea to make a test application to
evaluate the final apperance.
Flexibility
A poor textured paint may crack during
drying.
To test the texture for cracking apply the
texture on a thick piece of plastic. After
full drying bend the plastic. The good
texture will follow the movements of the
plastic without cracking and without falling off.
Water resistance
The texture must be water resistant like
any other paint.This can be checked by
applying the texture on an asbestos
panel at a high film thickness and in the
desired pattern. After drying overnight
immerse the panel in water. The low
quality product will star t to dissolve
within 24 hours while the high quality
product will remain intact.

Note: This code should not be used without reference to the relevant Product Data Sheet and
Material Safety Data Sheet, copies of which are available from HEMPEL upon request.

Note: This code should not be used without reference to the relevant Product Data Sheet and
Material Safety Data Sheet, copies of which are available from HEMPEL upon request.

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96.34 Flexibility

96.34 Water resistance

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Quality of enamels

Code of Practice No. 96.35


Quality of enamels
Summary of quality of enamels:
The areas of use
The Enamel test in practice

Cheap enamels will often have poor hiding power, and more expensive enamels may have better hiding power.

How to determine the quality of


enamels
The quality of an enamel can be determined on the following properties:
Hiding power
Drying time
Final paint film appearance
Colour and gloss level
Tendency to yellow

The hiding power is determined by the


amount of colouring pigments in the
product. As colouring pigments are some
of the most expensive raw materials in
the enamel, there is a direct relationship between hiding power and price.

What is an enamel?
Enamels are top coats formulated with
alkyd, epoxy, polyurethane or other type
of binder. They can be formulated to give
different properties with regard to drying time, tendency to yellow, gloss level,
hiding power and colour.
Alkyd enamels
The following will only describe quality
tests of alkyd enamels, but most of the
tests will also be relevant for other
enamels:
Alkyds are normally solvent-borne, but
water-borne alkyds can also be formulated. Alkyds will dry and cure first by
evaporation of the solvents and secondly
by a chemical reaction between the coating and oxygen from the air.

Please note that the drying time is also


dependent on temperature of the substrate and ventilation. At 20C and sufficient ventilation, an enamel should be
dry to touch within max. 7-8 hours.
Paint film appearance
Enamels are normally smooth finishes.
If the paint has not been manufactured
properly it may contain large particles
of undispersed pigments or other contaminants which will detract from the
decorative appearance.

96.33 Test of Hiding

Test of hiding power


Apply the enamel by brush to a glass
panel or a thick piece of transparent
plasticboard. Let it dry thoroughly and
hold it against the light.
If you can see through the paint film
then the hiding power must be considered poor and you will need to
apply two coats or more. Therefore
more paint is required to hide the
substrate and/or obtain an even colour.

Test of paint film appearance


Apply the paint in a low and even film
thickness on a smooth substrate. Allow
the paint to dry and evaluate the appearance.
Please be aware that there is a distinct
difference between dust coming from
the air/room and contaminants from the
paint. The paint should form a nice and
smooth film without coarse particles in
the film.

96.33 Weather Test

If you are not able to see through


the pint film, then the paint will hide
in one or two coats and thereby you
will save not only on the quantity of
paint used but also on the labour
cost and time involved.

Colour and gloss


Enamels can be formulated to different
gloss levels and in different colours.
It is important that you get the product
with the colour and gloss level you desire. The colour and the gloss level of
the product are stated in the product
data sheet.

Drying time
As stated before, enamels will dry not
only by evaporation of solvent, but also
by a chemical reaction between the paint
and oxygen from the air.

Properties of alkyd enamels


In the following we will go through the
different properties of alkyd enamels.
This should help you choosing the product that fit your requirements.

The paint should stay open long enough


for the paint to flow together to form a
uniform film. It should also dr y fast
enough to avoid dirt pick up.

Hiding power (opacity)


Hiding power is the ability of the paint
to cover or hide the substrate. It is a
proper ty that is especially important
when you want to change the colour of
a substrate.

Test of drying
Apply the paint to a panel of wood, steel,
glass etc. Allow the solvents to evaporate. Touch the paint with a finger at
intervals of half an hour. When the paint
no longer feels tacky, it is dry to touch.

Some alkyd enamels are sold as white,


but when applied they appear yellow! - It
is also important that the paint, after it
has been applied, retains its colour and
gloss for a reasonable length of time.
If the enamel has been formulated with
cheap, low-quality pigments it may loose
its colour and gloss when exposed to
sun light.
Tendency to yellow
All alkyd enamels will yellow when exposed in certain environments. The yellowing is only a cosmetic problem and
will not detract from the protective value
of the coating.

Note: This code should not be used without reference to the relevant Product Data Sheet and
Material Safety Data Sheet, copies of which are available from HEMPEL upong request.

Code of Practice
Issued by HEMPELS MARINE PAINTS A/S 9705/009/30/HEMPEL In-house/KLS Digital

May 1997

However, if good quality raw materials


have been used to formulate the paint,
it is possible to reduce the tendency to
yellow. There is no direct relationship
between tendency to yellow and price except for real non-yellowing enamels,
which will be significantly more expensive as compared to the traditional ones.
Enamels will yellow when exposed to the
following conditions:
Inside dark rooms where the surfaces are not exposed to sunlight.
When exposed to elevated temperatures for extended periods.
When exposed to tobacco smoke and
other pollutants.
Test on yellowing tendency (and colour and gloss stability)
Apply the enamel on 3 panels (wooden
boards, glass or steel panels). Allow the
paint to dry and cure for 2 days.
Expose one outside in direct sunlight.
Keep the other panel inside in a normally
lit room. Place the third panel in a
drawer. After 21 days (500 hours) compare the 3 panels.
If the panel which has been exposed
outside has lost gloss and has faded,
it has probably been formulated with
low quality raw materials. This must
be taken into consideration if the
product is for exterior use.
If the panel which has been left in
the drawer for 21 days has yellowed
considerably the coating will also
yellow when you use it indoors.
From the foregoing you may get the impression that enamels are very tricky
and that it is extremely dif ficult to
choose the right product. This is not the
case.
Our intention with this code of practice
has been to inform you of the fact, that
there is as direct relationship between
quality and price. And we have tried to
suggest a few simple tests which you
can use to compare different products
and evaluate the quality.
Code of Practice

HEMPEL

Code of Practice

HEMPEL

HEMPELs Protective & Decorative Paints

Code of Practice

Quality of enamels

Code of Practice No. 96.35


Quality of enamels
Summary of quality of enamels:
The areas of use
The Enamel test in practice

Cheap enamels will often have poor hiding power, and more expensive enamels may have better hiding power.

How to determine the quality of


enamels
The quality of an enamel can be determined on the following properties:
Hiding power
Drying time
Final paint film appearance
Colour and gloss level
Tendency to yellow

The hiding power is determined by the


amount of colouring pigments in the
product. As colouring pigments are some
of the most expensive raw materials in
the enamel, there is a direct relationship between hiding power and price.

What is an enamel?
Enamels are top coats formulated with
alkyd, epoxy, polyurethane or other type
of binder. They can be formulated to give
different properties with regard to drying time, tendency to yellow, gloss level,
hiding power and colour.
Alkyd enamels
The following will only describe quality
tests of alkyd enamels, but most of the
tests will also be relevant for other
enamels:
Alkyds are normally solvent-borne, but
water-borne alkyds can also be formulated. Alkyds will dry and cure first by
evaporation of the solvents and secondly
by a chemical reaction between the coating and oxygen from the air.

Please note that the drying time is also


dependent on temperature of the substrate and ventilation. At 20C and sufficient ventilation, an enamel should be
dry to touch within max. 7-8 hours.
Paint film appearance
Enamels are normally smooth finishes.
If the paint has not been manufactured
properly it may contain large particles
of undispersed pigments or other contaminants which will detract from the
decorative appearance.

96.33 Test of Hiding

Test of hiding power


Apply the enamel by brush to a glass
panel or a thick piece of transparent
plasticboard. Let it dry thoroughly and
hold it against the light.
If you can see through the paint film
then the hiding power must be considered poor and you will need to
apply two coats or more. Therefore
more paint is required to hide the
substrate and/or obtain an even colour.

Test of paint film appearance


Apply the paint in a low and even film
thickness on a smooth substrate. Allow
the paint to dry and evaluate the appearance.
Please be aware that there is a distinct
difference between dust coming from
the air/room and contaminants from the
paint. The paint should form a nice and
smooth film without coarse particles in
the film.

96.33 Weather Test

If you are not able to see through


the pint film, then the paint will hide
in one or two coats and thereby you
will save not only on the quantity of
paint used but also on the labour
cost and time involved.

Colour and gloss


Enamels can be formulated to different
gloss levels and in different colours.
It is important that you get the product
with the colour and gloss level you desire. The colour and the gloss level of
the product are stated in the product
data sheet.

Drying time
As stated before, enamels will dry not
only by evaporation of solvent, but also
by a chemical reaction between the paint
and oxygen from the air.

Properties of alkyd enamels


In the following we will go through the
different properties of alkyd enamels.
This should help you choosing the product that fit your requirements.

The paint should stay open long enough


for the paint to flow together to form a
uniform film. It should also dr y fast
enough to avoid dirt pick up.

Hiding power (opacity)


Hiding power is the ability of the paint
to cover or hide the substrate. It is a
proper ty that is especially important
when you want to change the colour of
a substrate.

Test of drying
Apply the paint to a panel of wood, steel,
glass etc. Allow the solvents to evaporate. Touch the paint with a finger at
intervals of half an hour. When the paint
no longer feels tacky, it is dry to touch.

Some alkyd enamels are sold as white,


but when applied they appear yellow! - It
is also important that the paint, after it
has been applied, retains its colour and
gloss for a reasonable length of time.
If the enamel has been formulated with
cheap, low-quality pigments it may loose
its colour and gloss when exposed to
sun light.
Tendency to yellow
All alkyd enamels will yellow when exposed in certain environments. The yellowing is only a cosmetic problem and
will not detract from the protective value
of the coating.

Note: This code should not be used without reference to the relevant Product Data Sheet and
Material Safety Data Sheet, copies of which are available from HEMPEL upong request.

Code of Practice
Issued by HEMPELS MARINE PAINTS A/S 9705/009/30/HEMPEL In-house/KLS Digital

May 1997

However, if good quality raw materials


have been used to formulate the paint,
it is possible to reduce the tendency to
yellow. There is no direct relationship
between tendency to yellow and price except for real non-yellowing enamels,
which will be significantly more expensive as compared to the traditional ones.
Enamels will yellow when exposed to the
following conditions:
Inside dark rooms where the surfaces are not exposed to sunlight.
When exposed to elevated temperatures for extended periods.
When exposed to tobacco smoke and
other pollutants.
Test on yellowing tendency (and colour and gloss stability)
Apply the enamel on 3 panels (wooden
boards, glass or steel panels). Allow the
paint to dry and cure for 2 days.
Expose one outside in direct sunlight.
Keep the other panel inside in a normally
lit room. Place the third panel in a
drawer. After 21 days (500 hours) compare the 3 panels.
If the panel which has been exposed
outside has lost gloss and has faded,
it has probably been formulated with
low quality raw materials. This must
be taken into consideration if the
product is for exterior use.
If the panel which has been left in
the drawer for 21 days has yellowed
considerably the coating will also
yellow when you use it indoors.
From the foregoing you may get the impression that enamels are very tricky
and that it is extremely dif ficult to
choose the right product. This is not the
case.
Our intention with this code of practice
has been to inform you of the fact, that
there is as direct relationship between
quality and price. And we have tried to
suggest a few simple tests which you
can use to compare different products
and evaluate the quality.
Code of Practice

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Product Data

HEMPELS URETHANE GLOSS VARNISH 02220

Description:

HEMPELS URETHANE GLOSS VARNISH 02220 is a quick-drying clear urethane alkyd


varnish.

Area of use:

Interior and Exterior

Substrate:

Wood.

PHYSICAL CONSTANTS:
Colours/Shade nos:
Finish:
Volume solids:
Theoretical spreading rate:
Flash point:
Specific gravity:
Dry to touch:
V.O.C.:

Transparent/00000
Gloss
46%
18.4 m/litre - 25 micron
738 sq.ft./US gallon - 1 mil
38C/100F
0.9 kg/litre - 7.5 lbs/US gallon
2-3 hours at 20C/68F
428 g/litre - 3.6 lbs/US gallon
The physical constants are subject to normal manufacturing tolerances.
Further reference is made to "Explanatory Notes".

APPLICATION DETAILS:
Application method:
Thinner (max. vol.):
Cleaning of tools:
Indicated film thickness, dry:
Indicated film thickness, wet:
Recoat interval, min:
Recoat interval, max:

Flat varnish brush


Airless spray
08230 (1st coat 20% 2nd coat 10%
3rd coat none)
THINNER 08230
25 micron/1.0 mil
approx. 50 micron/2 mils
6 hours (20C/68F)
2 days (20C/68F)
If the maximum recoating interval is exceeded, rub down the surface to ensure
adhesion.

Surface condition:

The surface should be stable, firm, dry and free of contaminants like dust, old paint, dirt,
oil, grease and algae. The moisture content of the wood should not exceed 16%.

Remarks:

Do not apply under humid conditions or at temperatures below 5C.


Drying data is given on the assumption that proper ventilation and relative humidity
below 65 % is provided.
It is advisable to saturate the dry surface with HEMPEL'S WOOD PRESERVATIVE 02350
which contains an active fungicide preventing the premature rotting of wood.

Note:

HEMPEL'S URETHANE GLOSS VARNISH 02220 is for professional use only.

Safety:

Handle with care. Before and during use, observe all safety labels on packaging and
paint containers, consult HEMPEL Material Safety Data Sheets and follow all local or
national safety regulations. Harmful or fatal if swallowed; immediately seek medical
assistance if swallowed. Avoid inhalation of possible solvent vapours or paint mist, as
well as paint contact with skin and eyes. Apply only in well ventilated areas and ensure
that adequate forced ventilation exists when applying paint in confined spaces or when
the air is stagnant. Always take precautions against the risks of fire and explosions.

This Product Data Sheet supersedes those previously issued. For definition and scope, see explanatory notes to applicable Product
Data Sheets. Data, specifications, directions and recommendations given in this data sheet represent only test results or experience
obtained under controlled or specially defined circumstances. Their accuracy, completeness or appropriateness under the actual
conditions of any intended use of the Products herein must be determined exclusively by the Buyer and/or User. The Products are
supplied and all technical assistance is given subject to HEMPEL's GENERAL CONDITIONS OF SALES, DELIVERY AND SERVICE, unless
otherwise expressly agreed in writing. The Manufacturer and Seller disclaim, and Buyer and/or User waive all claims involving, any
liability, including but not limited to negligence, except as expressed in said GENERAL CONDITIONS for all results, injury or direct or
consequential losses or damages arising from the use of the Products as recommended above, on the overleaf or otherwise. Product
data are subject to change without notice and become void five years from the date of issue.

Reissued by:

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HEMPEL PAINTS (EMIRATES) L.L.C.

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Product Data

HEMPEL'S URETHANE FLAT VARNISH 02280

Description:

HEMPEL'S URETHANE FLAT VARNISH 02280 is a one-pack, quick drying, urethane


modified alkyd varnish, with excellent weathering properties.

.
Area of use:

Interior and exterior

Substrates:

Wood.

PHYSICAL CONSTANTS:
Colours/Shade nos:
Finish:
Volume solids:
Theoretical spreading rate:
Flash point:
Specific gravity:
Dry to touch:

Transparent / 000000
Flat and smooth
45%
18.0 m/litre - 25 micron*
38C
0.9 kg/litre
4 hours (10C)
2 hours (20C)

1 hours (40C)

*The theoretical spreading rate has been calculated for the stated volume solids and dry
film thickness. A practical spreading rate will depend on the actual dry film thickness, the
nature of the substrate, and the relevant consumption factor.
The physical constants are subject to normal manufacturing tolerances.
Further reference is made to "Explanatory Notes".
APPLICATION DETAILS:
Application method:
Thinner (max. vol.):
Cleaning of tools:
Indicated film thickness, dry:
Indicated film thickness, wet:
Recoat interval, min:
Recoat interval, max:

Flat varnish bush.


08230 (1st coat 20% 2nd coat 10%
THINNER 08230
25 micron
55 micron
5 hours (10C)
2 hours (20C)
4 days (10C)
2 days (20C)

Surface condition:

The surface should be stable, firm, dry and free of contaminants like dust, old paint, dirt,
oil, grease and algae. The moisture content of the wood should not exceed 16%.

Remarks:

Do not apply under humid conditions or at temperatures below 5C.


Drying data is given on the assumption that proper ventilation and relative humidity
below 65 % is provided.

Note:

HEMPEL'S URETHANE FLAT VARNISH 02280 is for professional use only.

SAFETY:

Handle with care. Before and during use, observe all safety labels on packaging and
paint containers, consult HEMPEL Material Safety Data Sheets and follow all local or
national safety regulations. Harmful or fatal if swallowed; immediately seek medical
assistance if swallowed. Avoid inhalation of possible solvent vapours or paint mist, as
well as paint contact with skin and eyes. Apply only in well ventilated areas and ensure
that adequate forced ventilation exists when applying paint in confined spaces or when
the air is stagnant. Always take precautions against the risks of fire and explosions.

3rd coat none)

1 hours (40C)
1 day (40C)

This Product Data Sheet supersedes those previously issued. For definition and scope, see explanatory notes to applicable Product
Data Sheets. Data, specifications, directions and recommendations given in this data sheet represent only test results or experience
obtained under controlled or specially defined circumstances. Their accuracy, completeness or appropriateness under the actual
conditions of any intended use of the Products herein must be determined exclusively by the Buyer and/or User. The Products are
supplied and all technical assistance is given subject to HEMPEL's GENERAL CONDITIONS OF SALES, DELIVERY AND SERVICE, unless
otherwise expressly agreed in writing. The Manufacturer and Seller disclaim, and Buyer and/or User waive all claims involving, any
liability, including but not limited to negligence, except as expressed in said GENERAL CONDITIONS for all results, injury or direct or
consequential losses or damages arising from the use of the Products as recommended above, on the overleaf or otherwise. Product
data are subject to change without notice and become void five years from the date of issue.

Reissued by:

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HEMPEL PAINTS (EMIRATES) L.L.C.

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Product Data

HEMPEL'S WOOD PRESERVATIVE 02350

Description:

Area of use:

HEMPEL'S WOOD PRESERVATIVE 02350 is a transparent wood preservative based on


drying oils. Good penetration into new and old wood. The product contains biocide to
prevent growth of fungus and mould.
Interior and Exterior: Wooden structures regularly exposed to high humidity or sunlight.

Substrates:

Wood.

PHYSICAL CONSTANTS:
Colours/Shade nos:
Finish:
Volume solids:
Theoretical spreading rate:
Flash point:
Specific gravity:
Dry to touch:

Transparent/00000
Flat
9%
Not relevant (see REMARKS below)
42C
0.8 kg/litre
8 hours (20C)
The physical constants are subject to normal manufacturing tolerances.
Further reference is made to "Explanatory notes".

APPLICATION DETAILS:
Application method:
Thinner (max. vol.):
Cleaning of tools:
Recoat interval, min:
Recoat interval, max:

Brush
None
THINNER 08230 or 08110
24 hours (20C) (see REMARKS below)
None

Dipping
None

Surface condition:

The surface should be stable, firm, dry and free of contaminants like dust, dirt, oil,
grease and fungus.

Remarks:

HEMPEL'S WOOD PRESERVATIVE 02350 should be applied wet-on-wet until full


saturation is obtained. Wipe off any excess material to avoid a glossy surface after
drying. The consumption will depend on the ability of the wood to absorb the
preservative, but a guideline for practical coverage will be 3-5 m2/litre in the case of
rough wood and 4-6 m2/litre in the case of dressed wood. HEMPEL'S WOOD
PRESERVATIVE 02350 is most effectively applied by brush. Cut ends should, if possible,
be dipped. Drying data is given on the assumption that proper ventilation is provided.
Recoating with products dissolved in white spirit may take place after 24 hours (20C).
For optimum protection overcoat with HEMPEL'S WOODSTAIN 02450.

Note:

HEMPEL'S WOOD PRESERVATIVE 02350 is for professional use only.

Safety:

Handle with care. Before and during use, observe all safety labels on packaging and
paint containers, consult HEMPEL Material Safety Data Sheets and follow all local or
national safety regulation. Harmful or fatal if swallowed; immediately seek medical
assistance if swallowed. Avoid inhalation of possible solvent vapours or paint mist, as
well as paint contact with skin and eyes. Apply only in well ventilated areas and ensure
that adequate forced ventilation exists when applying paint in confined spaces or when
the air is stagnant. Always take precautions against the risks of fire and explosions.

This Product Data Sheet supersedes those previously issued. For definition and scope, see explanatory notes to applicable Product
Data Sheets. Data, specifications, directions and recommendations given in this data sheet represent only test results or experience
obtained under controlled or specially defined circumstances. Their accuracy, completeness or appropriateness under the actual
conditions of any intended use of the Products herein must be determined exclusively by the Buyer and/or User. The Products are
supplied and all technical assistance is given subject to HEMPEL's GENERAL CONDITIONS OF SALES, DELIVERY AND SERVICE, unless
otherwise expressly agreed in writing. The Manufacturer and Seller disclaim, and Buyer and/or User waive all claims involving, any
liability, including but not limited to negligence, except as expressed in said GENERAL CONDITIONS for all results, injury or direct or
consequential losses or damages arising from the use of the Products as recommended above, on the overleaf or otherwise. Product
data are subject to change without notice and become void five years from the date of issue.

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HEMPEL'S WOOD STAIN 02450

Description:

Area of use:

HEMPEL'S WOOD STAIN 02450 is a durable, oil-based wood stain for protection of all
types of wood. The product contains biocides to prevent growth of fungus and mould.
Contains UV filter to reduce the degrading effect of the sunlight.
Interior and Exterior: Wooden structures regularly exposed to high humidity or sunlight.

Substrates:

Wood.

PHYSICAL CONSTANTS:
Colours/Shade nos:
Finish:
Volume solids:
Theoretical spreading rate:
Flash point:
Specific gravity:
Dry to touch:

Transparent/00000 or according to HEMPEL's colour card


Flat
37%
Not relevant (see REMARKS below)
42C
0.9 kg/litre
8 hours (20C)
The physical constants are subject to normal manufacturing tolerances.
Further reference is made to "Explanatory notes".

APPLICATION DETAILS:
Application method:
Thinner (max. vol.):
Cleaning of tools:
Recoat interval, min:
Recoat interval, max:

Brush
None
THINNER 08230 or 08110
8 hours (20C)
None

Dipping
None

Surface condition:

The surface should be stable, firm, dry and free of contaminants like dust, sand, loose
old paint, dirt, oil, grease and algae. The moisture content of the wood should not
exceed 16 %. Avoid cleaning or grinding of the surface with steel wool or similar as this
may cause rust stains.

Wood preserver:

New wood (except teak and vacuum impregnated wood) and bare spots of previously
treated wood should be saturated with HEMPEL'S WOOD PRESERVATIVE 02350.

Remarks:

Do not apply under humid conditions or at temperatures below 5C.


The consumption will depend on the ability of the wood to absorb HEMPEL'S WOOD
STAIN 02450, but a guideline for practical coverage is 5-10 m2/litre in the case of rough
and absorbing wood and 10 -20 m2/litre in the case of dressed wood.
HEMPEL'S WOOD STAIN 02450 is most effectively applied by brush. Drying data is
given on the assumption that proper ventilation is provided. Apply 1 or more coats to
obtain the desired colour and a uniform appearance.
Please note that the shade becomes darker after repeated treatment.
HEMPEL'S WOOD STAIN 02450 is for professional use only.

Note:
Safety:

Handle with care. Before and during use, observe all safety labels on packaging and
paint containers, consult HEMPEL Material Safety Data Sheets and follow all local or
national safety regulation. Harmful or fatal if swallowed; immediately seek medical
assistance if swallowed. Avoid inhalation of possible solvent vapours or paint mist, as
well as paint contact with skin and eyes. Apply only in well ventilated areas and ensure
that adequate forced ventilation exists when applying paint in confined spaces or when
the air is stagnant. Always take precautions against the risks of fire and explosions.

This Product Data Sheet supersedes those previously issued. For definition and scope, see explanatory notes to applicable Product
Data Sheets. Data, specifications, directions and recommendations given in this data sheet represent only test results or experience
obtained under controlled or specially defined circumstances. Their accuracy, completeness or appropriateness under the actual
conditions of any intended use of the Products herein must be determined exclusively by the Buyer and/or User. The Products are
supplied and all technical assistance is given subject to HEMPEL's GENERAL CONDITIONS OF SALES, DELIVERY AND SERVICE, unless
otherwise expressly agreed in writing. The Manufacturer and Seller disclaim, and Buyer and/or User waive all claims involving, any
liability, including but not limited to negligence, except as expressed in said GENERAL CONDITIONS for all results, injury or direct or
consequential losses or damages arising from the use of the Products as recommended above, on the overleaf or otherwise. Product
data are subject to change without notice and become void five years from the date of issue.

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HEMPEL'S COLOUR VARNISH 02500

Description:

HEMPEL'S COLOUR VARNISH 02500 is a quick-drying, clear urethane varnish. The


product is available in many attractive colours and is used for interior and exterior
decoration of wood. Contains UV filter to reduce the degrading effect of the sunlight.

Area of use:

Interior and Exterior: Windows and door frames, skirting, furniture, etc.

Substrates:

Wood.

PHYSICAL CONSTANTS:
Colours/Shade nos:
Finish:
Volume solids:
Theoretical spreading rate:
Flash point:
Specific gravity:
Dry to touch:

Transparent/00000 or according to HEMPEL's colour card


Glossy
46%
18.4 m/litre - 25 micron*
38C
0.9 kg/litre
3 hours (20C)
*The theoretical spreading rate has been calculated for the stated volume solids and dry
film thickness.
A practical spreading rate will depend on the actual dry film thickness, the nature of the
substrate and the relevant consumption factor.
The physical constants are subject to normal manufacturing tolerances.
Further reference is made to "Explanatory notes"

APPLICATION DETAILS:
Application method:
Thinner (max. vol.):
Cleaning of tools:
Indicated film thickness, dry:
Indicated film thickness, wet:
Recoat interval, min:
Recoat interval, max:

Flat varnish brush


1st coat (20%) 2nd coat (10%) 3rd coat (None)
THINNER 08230 or 08110
25 micron
50 micron
6 hours (20C)
None

Surface condition:

The surface should be stable, firm, dry and free of contaminants like dust, old paint,
dirt, oil, grease and algae. The moisture content of the wood should not exceed 16 %.

Wood preserver:

New wood (except teak and vacuum impregnated wood) and bare spots of previously
treated wood should be saturated with HEMPEL'S WOOD PRESERVATIVE 02350.

Remarks:

Do not apply under humid conditions or at temperatures below 5C.


Drying data is given on the assumption that proper ventilation is provided. Apply one or
more coats to obtain the desired colour and a uniform appearance.
Please note that the shade becomes darker after repeated treatments.
HEMPEL'S COLOUR VARNISH 02500 is for professional use only.

Note:
Safety:

Handle with care. Before and during use, observe all safety labels on packaging and
paint containers, consult HEMPEL Material Safety Data Sheets and follow all local or
national safety regulation. Harmful or fatal if swallowed; immediately seek medical
assistance if swallowed. Avoid inhalation of possible solvent vapours or paint mist, as
well as paint contact with skin and eyes. Apply only in well ventilated areas and ensure
that adequate forced ventilation exists when applying paint in confined spaces or when
the air is stagnant. Always take precautions against the risks of fire and explosions.

This Product Data Sheet supersedes those previously issued. For definition and scope, see explanatory notes to applicable Product
Data Sheets. Data, specifications, directions and recommendations given in this data sheet represent only test results or experience
obtained under controlled or specially defined circumstances. Their accuracy, completeness or appropriateness under the actual
conditions of any intended use of the Products herein must be determined exclusively by the Buyer and/or User. The Products are
supplied and all technical assistance is given subject to HEMPEL's GENERAL CONDITIONS OF SALES, DELIVERY AND SERVICE, unless
otherwise expressly agreed in writing. The Manufacturer and Seller disclaim, and Buyer and/or User waive all claims involving, any
liability, including but not limited to negligence, except as expressed in said GENERAL CONDITIONS for all results, injury or direct or
consequential losses or damages arising from the use of the Products as recommended above, on the overleaf or otherwise. Product
data are subject to change without notice and become void five years from the date of issue.

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HEMPEL'S PARQUET VARNISH 05250

Description:

HEMPEL'S PARQUET VARNISH 05250 is a one-component moisture curing, clear


polyurethane varnish. The product is easy to apply and has good adhesion to wood. It
gives a flexible but hard glossy surface, resistant to normal wear on wooden floors. It is
ideal in kitchens and other areas where spillages of foodstuff and domestic cleaning
agents may occur.

Area of use:

Interior: New or previously varnished parquet floors and other wooden items such as
stairs, handrails, windows, doors, etc.

Substrates:

Wood.

PHYSICAL CONSTANTS:
Colours/Shade nos.:
Finish:
Volume solids:
Theoretical spreading rate:
Flash point:
Specific gravity:
Dry to touch:

Transparent/00000
Glossy
35%
14.0 m/litre - 25 micron*
26C
1.0 kg/litre
1 hour (20C)
*The theoretical spreading rate has been calculated for the stated volume solids and dry
film thickness.
A practical spreading rate will depend on the actual dry film thickness, the nature of the
substrate and the relevant consumption factor.
The physical constants are subject to normal manufacturing tolerances.
Further reference is made to "Explanatory notes".

APPLICATION DETAILS:
Application method:
Thinner (max. vol.):
Cleaning of tools:
Indicated film thickness, dry:
Indicated film thickness, wet:
Recoat interval, min:
Recoat interval, max.:

Flat varnish brush


08880 (5%)
THINNER 08880
25 micron
75 micron
5 hours (20C)
48 hours (20C)

Air Spray
08880 (5%)

Surface condition:

The surface should be stable, firm, dry and free of contaminants like dust, loose
varnish, old paint, dirt, oil and grease. The moisture content of the wood should not
exceed 16 %.

Remarks:

Do not apply under humid conditions or at temperatures below 5C.


Drying data is given on the assumption that proper ventilation is provided. Apply one or
more coats to obtain the desired colour and uniform appearance. To obtain a very
smooth finish, light sandpapering between varnish coats is recommended. If maximum
recoating interval is exceeded, careful sandpapering of the surface is recommended in
order to ensure intercoat adhesion.

Note:

HEMPEL'S PARQUET VARNISH 05250 is for professional use only.

Safety:

Handle with care. Before and during use, observe all safety labels on packaging and
paint containers, consult HEMPEL Material Safety Data Sheets and follow all local or
national safety regulation. Harmful or fatal if swallowed; immediately seek medical
assistance if swallowed. Avoid inhalation of possible solvent vapours or paint mist, as
well as paint contact with skin and eyes. Apply only in well ventilated areas and ensure
that adequate forced ventilation exists when applying paint in confined spaces or when
the air is stagnant. Always take precautions against the risks of fire and explosions.

This Product Data Sheet supersedes those previously issued. For definition and scope, see explanatory notes to applicable Product
Data Sheets. Data, specifications, directions and recommendations given in this data sheet represent only test results or experience
obtained under controlled or specially defined circumstances. Their accuracy, completeness or appropriateness under the actual
conditions of any intended use of the Products herein must be determined exclusively by the Buyer and/or User. The Products are
supplied and all technical assistance is given subject to HEMPEL's GENERAL CONDITIONS OF SALES, DELIVERY AND SERVICE, unless
otherwise expressly agreed in writing. The Manufacturer and Seller disclaim, and Buyer and/or User waive all claims involving, any
liability, including but not limited to negligence, except as expressed in said GENERAL CONDITIONS for all results, injury or direct or
consequential losses or damages arising from the use of the Products as recommended above, on the overleaf or otherwise. Product
data are subject to change without notice and become void five years from the date of issue.

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HEMPEL'S POLYURETHANE LACQUER 05570


CURING AGENT 95370

Description:

HEMPEL'S POLYURETHANE LACQUER 05570 is a two-component polyurethane varnish


with high gloss and excellent weathering properties.

Area of use:

Interior and Exterior

Substrates:

Wood

PHYSICAL CONSTANTS:
Colours/Shade nos:
Finish:
Volume solids:
Theoretical spreading rate:
Flash point:
Specific gravity:
Dry to touch:
Fully cured:

Transparent
High-gloss
50%
16.7m2/litre - 30 micron*
27C
1.0kg/litre
6 hours (20C)
7 days
*The theoretical spreading rate has been calculated for the stated volume solids and dry
film thickness.
A practical spreading rate will depend on the actual dry film thickness, the nature of the
substrate and the relevant consumption factor.
The physical constants are subject to normal manufacturing tolerances.
Further reference is made to "Explanatory notes".

APPLICATION DETAILS:
Application method:
Thinner (max. vol.):
Cleaning of tools:
Indicated film thickness, dry:
Mixing ratio:
Pot life:
Recoat interval, min:
Recoat interval, max:

Flat varnish brush


Conventional spray
08080 (5%)
08080 (15%)
HEMPEL'S THINNER 08080
30 micron
Base 05579:Curing Agent 95370
4 hours (20C)
6 hours (20C)
3 days (20C)

Surface condition:

The surface shall be dry and free from dust, grease and oil. The moisture content of the
wood should not exceed 16%.

Remarks:

Drying data is given on the assumption that proper ventilation and relative humidity
below 65 % is provided.

5.4:1 (volume)

For use on other substrates than wood contact your HEMPEL representative.
Note:

HEMPEL'S POLYURETHANE LACQUER 05570 is for professional use only.

Safety:

Handle with care. Before and during use, observe all safety labels on packaging and
paint containers, consult HEMPEL Material Safety Data Sheets and follow all local or
national safety regulation. Harmful or fatal if swallowed; immediately seek medical
assistance if swallowed. Avoid inhalation of possible solvent vapours or paint mist, as
well as paint contact with skin and eyes. Apply only in well ventilated areas and ensure
that adequate forced ventilation exists when applying paint in confined spaces or when
the air is stagnant. Always take precautions against the risks of fire and explosions.

This Product Data Sheet supersedes those previously issued. For definition and scope, see explanatory notes to applicable Product
Data Sheets. Data, specifications, directions and recommendations given in this data sheet represent only test results or experience
obtained under controlled or specially defined circumstances. Their accuracy, completeness or appropriateness under the actual
conditions of any intended use of the Products herein must be determined exclusively by the Buyer and/or User. The Products are
supplied and all technical assistance is given subject to HEMPEL's GENERAL CONDITIONS OF SALES, DELIVERY AND SERVICE, unless
otherwise expressly agreed in writing. The Manufacturer and Seller disclaim, and Buyer and/or User waive all claims involving, any
liability, including but not limited to negligence, except as expressed in said GENERAL CONDITIONS for all results, injury or direct or
consequential losses or damages arising from the use of the Products as recommended above, on the overleaf or otherwise. Product
data are subject to change without notice and become void five years from the date of issue.

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HEMPADUR SEALER 05970


CURING AGENT 95950

Description:

HEMPADUR SEALER 05970 is a concrete sealer for porous substrates. It is low in


viscosity with good penteration properties.

Recommended use:

For saturation of well cleaned concrete surfaces before application of pigmented paints.
Must be applied in such an amount that the surface is just saturated. HEMPADUR
SEALER 05970 is especially developed for use under heavy duty paint systems and
chemical resistant coatings.

Service temperatures:

Related to substrate and subsequent coat. HEMPADUR SEALER 0597 itself resists the
following temperatures:

Availability:
PHYSICAL CONSTANTS:
Colours/Shade nos:
Finish:
Volume solids:
Theoretical spreading rate:
Flash point:
Specific gravity:
Dry to touch:
Fully cured:
V.O.C.:
APPLICATION DETAILS:
Mixing ratio for 05970:
Application method:
Thinner (max.vol.):
Pot life:
Nozzle orifice:
Nozzle pressure:
Cleaning of tools:
Indicated film thickness, dry:
Indicated film thickness, wet:
Recoat interval, min:
Recoat interval, max:
Remarks:
Film thicknesses/

Appearance:
Note:
Safety:

Dry:
Maximum:
140C/284F
Subject to confirmation.

In water:
60C/140F

Transparent / 00000
Flat
52%
Not relevant (See REMARKS below)
27C/81F
1.0 kg/litre - 8.3 lbs/US gallon
2-4 hours at 20C/68F
7 days at 20C/68F
431 g/litre - 3.6 lbs/US gallon
The physical constants are subject to normal manufacturing tolerances.
Further reference is made to "Explanatory Notes" in the Hempel Book.
Base 05979 : Curing agent 95950
Airless spray
Brush
0845 (10%)
0845 (10%)
8 hours (20C/68F)
.017"-.021"
100 bar/1450 psi
indicative and subject to adjustment)
HEMPEL'S TOOL CLEANER 99610
Not relevant
Not relevant (See REMARKS below)
6 hours (20C/68F)
None

4 : 1 by volume

(Airless spray data are

HEMPADUR SEALER 05970 is used for saturation of the absorbent concrete surface
consumption: Therefore a practical theoretical spreading rate cannot be calculated. For
practical purposes, approx. 14 m/litre (570 sq.ft./US gallon) is indicated depending on
the surface roughness, porosity of the concrete, and the application method.
In any case a glossy surface must not appear and such a surplus of HEMPADUR SEALER
0597 must be removed by sanding before painting takes place.
HEMPADUR SEALER 05970 is for professional use only.
Handle with care. Before and during use, observe all safety labels on packaging and
paint containers, consult HEMPEL Material Safety Data Sheets and follow all local or
national safety regulations. Harmful or fatal if swallowed; immediately seek medical
assistance if swallowed. Avoid inhalation of possible solvent vapours or paint mist, as
well as paint contact with skin and eyes. Apply only in well ventilated areas and ensure
that adequate forced ventilation exists when applying paint in confined spaces or when
the air is stagnant. Always take precautions against the risks of fire and explosions.

This Product Data Sheet supersedes those previously issued. For definition and scope, see explanatory notes to applicable Product
Data Sheets. Data, specifications, directions and recommendations given in this data sheet represent only test results or experience
obtained under controlled or specially defined circumstances. Their accuracy, completeness or appropriateness under the actual
conditions of any intended use of the Products herein must be determined exclusively by the Buyer and/or User. The Products are
supplied and all technical assistance is given subject to HEMPEL's GENERAL CONDITIONS OF SALES, DELIVERY AND SERVICE, unless
otherwise expressly agreed in writing. The Manufacturer and Seller disclaim, and Buyer and/or User waive all claims involving, any
liability, including but not limited to negligence, except as expressed in said GENERAL CONDITIONS for all results, injury or direct or
consequential losses or damages arising from the use of the Products as recommended above, on the overleaf or otherwise. Product
data are subject to change without notice and become void five years from the date of issue.

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HEMPEL'S EPOXY SEALER 05990


CURING AGENT 95040

Description:

HEMPEL'S EPOXY SEALER 05990 is a two-component polyamide cured epoxy


binder/sealer for porous substrates not previously coated. Has a low viscosity and
excellent penetration properties. Also for use under epoxy/polyurethane coating
systems.

Area of use:

Interior and exterior: Foundations, floors, walls and ceilings.

Substrates:

Concrete, masonry, cement rendering, gypsum boards, etc.

PHYSICAL CONSTANTS:
Colours/Shade nos:
Finish:
Volume solids:
Theoretical spreading rate:
Flash point:
Specific gravity:
Dry to touch:

Transparent/00000
Flat (when penetration into substrate has taken place)
29%
Not relevant (see REMARKS below)
25C
0.93 kg/litre
10 hours (10C)
4 hours (20C)
1 hour (40C)
The physical constants are subject to normal manufacturing tolerances.
Further reference is made to "Explanatory notes".

APPLICATION DETAILS:
Mixing ratio for 05990:
Application method:
Thinner (max.vol.):
Cleaning of tools:
Pot life:
Recoat interval, min:
Recoat interval, max:

Base 05999 : Curing


4 : 1 by volume
Brush
08450 (5%)
THINNER 08450
8 hours (20C)
10 hours (10C)
None

agent 95040
Airless spray
08450 (5%)
4 hours (20C)

1 hour (40C)
None

None

Surface condition:

The surface should be stable, firm, dry and free of dust, sand, loose old paint, laitance,
dirt, grease and oil.

Remarks:

Use only where application and curing can proceed at temperatures above 10C.
A theoretical sprading rate cannot be calculated. For practical purposes, approximately
10 m/litre is indicated depending on the surface roughness, porosity of the concrete,
extent of thinning and application method. The sealer is intended to saturate the surface
- any surplus to be removed, preferably when the sealer is still wet. Drying data is given
on the assumption that proper ventilation is provided.

Note:
Safety:

HEMPEL'S EPOXY SEALER 05990 is for professional use only.


Handle with care. Before and during use, observe all safety labels on packaging and
paint containers, consult HEMPEL Material Safety Data Sheets and follow all local or
national safety regulations. Harmful or fatal if swallowed; immediately seek medical
assistance if swallowed. Avoid inhalation of possible solvent vapours or paint mist, as
well as paint contact with skin and eyes. Apply only in well ventilated areas and ensure
that adequate forced ventilation exists when applying paint in confined spaces or when
the air is stagnant. Always take precautions against the risks of fire and explosions.

This Product Data Sheet supersedes those previously issued. For definition and scope, see explanatory notes to applicable Product
Data Sheets. Data, specifications, directions and recommendations given in this data sheet represent only test results or experience
obtained under controlled or specially defined circumstances. Their accuracy, completeness or appropriateness under the actual
conditions of any intended use of the Products herein must be determined exclusively by the Buyer and/or User. The Products are
supplied and all technical assistance is given subject to HEMPEL's GENERAL CONDITIONS OF SALES, DELIVERY AND SERVICE, unless
otherwise expressly agreed in writing. The Manufacturer and Seller disclaim, and Buyer and/or User waive all claims involving, any
liability, including but not limited to negligence, except as expressed in said GENERAL CONDITIONS for all results, injury or direct or
consequential losses or damages arising from the use of the Products as recommended above, on the overleaf or otherwise. Product
data are subject to change without notice and become void five years from the date of issue.

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HEMPEL'S BINDER/SEALER 06600

Description:

HEMPEL'S BINDER/SEALER 06600 is a well penetrating, clear acrylic product with


water-proofing properties for old stone and masonry. For this purpose, two coats are
often necessary.
As a binder/sealer for porous substrates such as concrete, plaster and whitewashed
surfaces.
For use under solvent-borne as well as water-borne coating systems.

Area of use:

Interior and exterior: Walls, ceilings, partitions etc.

Substrates:

Concrete, masonry, cement rendering, plaster, stone and white-washed surfaces, etc.

PHYSICAL CONSTANTS:
Colours/Shade nos:
Finish:
Volume solids:
Theoretical spreading rate:
Flash point:
Specific gravity:
Dry to touch:

Transparent/00000
Glossy
20%
Not relevant (see REMARKS below)
38C
0.8 kg/litre
15 minutes (20C)
The physical constants are subject to normal manufacturing tolerances.
Further reference is made to "Explanatory notes".

APPLICATION DETAILS:
Application method:
Thinner (max.vol.):
Cleaning of tools:
Recoat interval, min:
Recoat interval, max:

Brush/roller
08230 (50%)
THINNER 08230
30 minutes (20C)
None

Conventional spray
08230 (50%)

Airless spray
08230 (50%)

Surface condition:

The surface should be stable, firm, dry and free of dust, sand, loose old paint, laitance,
dirt, grease and oil.

Remarks:

A theoretical spreading rate cannot be calculated. For practical purposes, approximately


10 m/litre is indicated depending on the surface roughness, the porosity of the
concrete, the extent of thinning and the application method. When the product is used
as a sealer, it is intended to saturate the surface - any surplus to be removed, preferably
when the sealer is still wet.
Drying data given is on the assumption that proper ventilation is provided.

Note:

HEMPEL'S BINDER/SEALER 06600 is for professional use only.

Safety:

Handle with care. Before and during use, observe all safety labels on packaging and
paint containers, consult HEMPEL Material Safety Data Sheets and follow all local or
national safety regulations. Harmful or fatal if swallowed; immediately seek medical
assistance if swallowed. Avoid inhalation of possible solvent vapours or paint mist, as
well as paint contact with skin and eyes. Apply only in well ventilated areas and ensure
that adequate forced ventilation exists when applying paint in confined spaces or when
the air is stagnant. Always take precautions against the risks of fire and explosions.

This Product Data Sheet supersedes those previously issued. For definition and scope, see explanatory notes to applicable Product
Data Sheets. Data, specifications, directions and recommendations given in this data sheet represent only test results or experience
obtained under controlled or specially defined circumstances. Their accuracy, completeness or appropriateness under the actual
conditions of any intended use of the Products herein must be determined exclusively by the Buyer and/or User. The Products are
supplied and all technical assistance is given subject to HEMPEL's GENERAL CONDITIONS OF SALES, DELIVERY AND SERVICE, unless
otherwise expressly agreed in writing. The Manufacturer and Seller disclaim, and Buyer and/or User waive all claims involving, any
liability, including but not limited to negligence, except as expressed in said GENERAL CONDITIONS for all results, injury or direct or
consequential losses or damages arising from the use of the Products as recommended above, on the overleaf or otherwise. Product
data are subject to change without notice and become void five years from the date of issue.

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HEMPEL'S BINDER/SEALER 09810

Description:

HEMPEL'S BINDER/SEALER 09810 is an economic water-borne acrylic binder/sealer


with good penetrating and dust binding properties.
For use under solvent-borne as well as water-borne coating systems.

Area of use:

Interior and exterior: Walls, ceilings, partitions, etc.

Substrates:

Concrete, masonry, cement rendering, plaster, wood, etc.

PHYSICAL CONSTANTS:
Colour/Shade nos:
Finish:
Volume solids:
Theoretical spreading rate:
Flash point:
Specific gravity:
Dry to touch:

Transparent/00000
Semi-flat
29%
Not relevant (see REMARKS below)
> 66C
1.0 kg/litre
2 hours (10C)
1 hour (20C)

30 minutes (40C)

The physical constants are subject to normal manufacturing tolerances.


Further reference is made to "Explanatory Notes".
APPLICATION DETAILS:
Application method:
Thinner (max. vol.):
Cleaning of tools:
Recoat interval, min:
Recoat interval, max:

Brush/roller
Fresh water (10%)
Fresh water
4 hours (10C)
None

Conventional spray
Fresh water (5%)
2 hours (20C)

1 hour (40C)
None

None

Surface condition:

The surface should be stable, firm, dry and free of dust, sand, loose old paint, laitance,
dirt, grease and oil.

Remarks:

Use only when application and drying can proceed at temperatures above 5C, preferably
above 10C.
A theoretical spreading rate cannot be calculated. For practical purposes, approximately
10 m/litre is indicated depending on the surface roughness, the porosity of the
concrete, the extent of thinning and the application method. The sealer is intended to
saturate the surface - any surplus to be removed, preferably when the sealer is still wet.
Drying data given is on the assumption that proper ventilation is provided.

Note:

HEMPEL'S BINDER/SEALER 09810 is for professional use only.

Safety:

Handle with care. Before and during use, observe all safety labels on packaging and
paint containers, consult HEMPEL Material Safety Data Sheets and follow all local or
national safety regulations. Harmful or fatal if swallowed; immediately seek medical
assistance if swallowed. Avoid inhalation of possible solvent vapours or paint mist, as
well as paint contact with skin and eyes. Apply only in well ventilated areas and ensure
that adequate forced ventilation exists when applying paint in confined spaces or when
the air is stagnant. Always take precautions against the risks of fire and explosions.

This Product Data Sheet supersedes those previously issued. For definition and scope, see explanatory notes to applicable Product
Data Sheets. Data, specifications, directions and recommendations given in this data sheet represent only test results or experience
obtained under controlled or specially defined circumstances. Their accuracy, completeness or appropriateness under the actual
conditions of any intended use of the Products herein must be determined exclusively by the Buyer and/or User. The Products are
supplied and all technical assistance is given subject to HEMPEL's GENERAL CONDITIONS OF SALES, DELIVERY AND SERVICE, unless
otherwise expressly agreed in writing. The Manufacturer and Seller disclaim, and Buyer and/or User waive all claims involving, any
liability, including but not limited to negligence, except as expressed in said GENERAL CONDITIONS for all results, injury or direct or
consequential losses or damages arising from the use of the Products as recommended above, on the overleaf or otherwise. Product
data are subject to change without notice and become void five years from the date of issue.

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HEMPEL'S METAL PRIMER 12070

Description:

HEMPEL'S METAL PRIMER 12070 is an anticorrosive primer based on alkyd resin.

Area of use:

Interior and Exterior

Substrates:

Steel, Iron

PHYSICAL CONSTANTS:
Colours/Shade nos:
Finish:
Volume solids:
Theoretical spreading rate:
Flash point:
Specific gravity:
Dry to touch:
Dry to handle

Red / 60150
Flat
40%
10m2/litre - 40 micron*
38C
1.3 kg/litre
8 hours (10C)
4 hours (25C)
16 hours (10C)
8 hours (25C)

2 hours (40C)
4 hours (40C)

*The theoretical spreading rate has been calculated for the stated volume solids and dry
film thickness.
A practical spreading rate will depend on the actual dry film thickness, the nature of the
substrate and the relevant consumption factor.
The physical constants are subject to normal manufacturing tolerances.
Further reference is made to "Explanatory notes".
APPLICATION DETAILS:
Application method:
Thinner (max. vol.):
Cleaning of tools:
Indicated film thickness, dry:
Recoat interval, min:
Recoat interval, max:
Surface condition:

Airless spray
Brush
Conventional spray
08230/08110 (5%) 08230/08110 (5%) 08230/08110 (15%)
THINNER 08230/08110
40 micron
12 hours (10C)
6 hours (25C)
3 hours (40C)
10 days (10C)
5 days (25C)
2 days (40C)
The surface has to be free of mill scale, grease and oil, loose rust, old paint and other
contaminants.
HEMPEL'S NAVI WASH 99330 is recommended for degreasing. Abrasive cleaning (Sa 2
minimum) is the preferred surface preparation method.

Remarks:

Drying data is given on the assumption that proper ventilation and relative humidity
below 65 % is provided.

Note:

HEMPEL'S METAL PRIMER 12070 is for professional use only.

Safety:

Handle with care. Before and during use, observe all safety labels on packaging and
paint containers, consult HEMPEL Material Safety Data Sheets and follow all local or
national safety regulation. Harmful or fatal if swallowed; immediately seek medical
assistance if swallowed. Avoid inhalation of possible solvent vapours or paint mist, as
well as paint contact with skin and eyes. Apply only in well ventilated areas and ensure
that adequate forced ventilation exists when applying paint in confined spaces or when
the air is stagnant. Always take precautions against the risks of fire and explosions.

This Product Data Sheet supersedes those previously issued. For definition and scope, see explanatory notes to applicable Product
Data Sheets. Data, specifications, directions and recommendations given in this data sheet represent only test results or experience
obtained under controlled or specially defined circumstances. Their accuracy, completeness or appropriateness under the actual
conditions of any intended use of the Products herein must be determined exclusively by the Buyer and/or User. The Products are
supplied and all technical assistance is given subject to HEMPEL's GENERAL CONDITIONS OF SALES, DELIVERY AND SERVICE, unless
otherwise expressly agreed in writing. The Manufacturer and Seller disclaim, and Buyer and/or User waive all claims involving, any
liability, including but not limited to negligence, except as expressed in said GENERAL CONDITIONS for all results, injury or direct or
consequential losses or damages arising from the use of the Products as recommended above, on the overleaf or otherwise. Product
data are subject to change without notice and become void five years from the date of issue.

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HEMPEL'S PRIMER/UNDERCOAT 22460

Description:

HEMPEL'S PRIMER/UNDERCOAT 22460 is an alkyd intermediate coat for steel work and
a primer for non-metallic surfaces.

Area of use:

As an interior and exterior primer and intermediate coat in alkyd systems.

Substrates:

Woodwork, timber, fibre-board, sealed masonry surfaces in dry rooms and primed
steelwork.

PHYSICAL CONSTANTS:
Colours/Shade nos:
Finish:
Volume solids:
Theoretical spreading rate:
Flash point:
Specific gravity:
Dry to touch:

White/10000
Flat
55%
13.8 m/litre - 40 micron*
38C
1.4 kg/litre
5 hours (20C)
*The theoretical spreading rate has been calculated for the stated volume solids and dry
film thickness.
A practical spreading rate will depend on the actual dry film thickness, the nature of the
substrate, and the relevant consumption factor.
The physical constants are subject to normal manufacturing tolerances.
Further reference is made to "Explanatory Notes".

APPLICATION DETAILS:
Application method:
Thinner (max.vol.):
Cleaning of tools:
Indicated film thickness dry:
indicated film thickness wet:
Recoat interval, min:
Recoat interval, max:

Brush/roller
Conventional spray
08230 or 08110 (5%)
THINNER 08230 or 08110
40 micron
75 micron
10 hours (10C)
5 hours (20C)
None

Airless spray
08230 (15%)

08230 (5%)

3 hours (40C)

Surface condition:

The surface should be stable, firm, dry and free of dust, sand, loose old paint, dirt,
grease and oil. It is recommended to apply HEMPEL'S PRIMER/UNDERCOAT 22460
prior to the specified filling procedure.

Filling:

HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC FILLER 38900.

Remarks:

Drying data given is on the assumption that proper ventilation is provided.

Note:

HEMPEL'S PRIMER/UNDERCOAT 22460 is for professional use only.

Safety:

Handle with care. Before and during use, observe all safety labels on packaging and
paint containers, consult HEMPEL Material Safety Data Sheets and follow all local or
national safety regulations. Harmful or fatal if swallowed; immediately seek medical
assistance if swallowed. Avoid inhalation of possible solvent vapours or paint mist, as
well as paint contact with skin and eyes. Apply only in well ventilated areas and ensure
that adequate forced ventilation exists when applying paint in confined spaces or when
the air is stagnant. Always take precautions against the risks of fire and explosions.

This Product Data Sheet supersedes those previously issued. For definition and scope, see explanatory notes to applicable Product
Data Sheets. Data, specifications, directions and recommendations given in this data sheet represent only test results or experience
obtained under controlled or specially defined circumstances. Their accuracy, completeness or appropriateness under the actual
conditions of any intended use of the Products herein must be determined exclusively by the Buyer and/or User. The Products are
supplied and all technical assistance is given subject to HEMPEL's GENERAL CONDITIONS OF SALES, DELIVERY AND SERVICE, unless
otherwise expressly agreed in writing. The Manufacturer and Seller disclaim, and Buyer and/or User waive all claims involving, any
liability, including but not limited to negligence, except as expressed in said GENERAL CONDITIONS for all results, injury or direct or
consequential losses or damages arising from the use of the Products as recommended above, on the overleaf or otherwise. Product
data are subject to change without notice and become void five years from the date of issue.

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HEMPEL'S CONTEX SEALER 26600

Description:

Area of use:

HEMPEL'S CONTEX SEALER 26600 is an alkali resistant, acrylic primer/sealer. Excellent


penetration and dust binding properties on mineral substrates. Especially developed for
use in HEMPEL'S CONTEX anticarbonation systems.
Exterior: Walls.

Substrates:

Concrete, masonry, cement rendering, asbestos, etc.

PHYSICAL CONSTANTS:
Colours/Shade nos:
Finish:
Volume solids:
Theoretical spreading rate:
Flash point:
Specific gravity:
Dry to touch:

White/10000
Flat
29%
9.7 m2/litre - 30 micron*
38C
1.1 kg/litre
2 hours (10C)
1 hour (20C)

30 minutes (40C)

*The theoretical spreading rate has been calculated for application on a primed and
smooth surface. The actual rates may differ significantly as the sealer is intended to be
applied on rough and porous substrates. The actual rates will also depend on the extent of
thinning, the application method and the relevant consumption factor.
The physical constants are subject to normal manufacturing tolerances.
Further reference is made to "Explanatory notes".
APPLICATION DETAILS:
Application method:
Thinner (max. vol.):
Nozzle orifice:
Nozzle pressure:
Cleaning of tools:
Recoat interval, min:
Recoat interval, max:

Airless spray
Brush/roller
08080 (15%)
08080 (15%)
.017"-.021"
100 bar/1450 psi
(Airless spray data are indicative and subject to adjustment)
THINNER 08080
2 hours (10C)
1 hour (20C)
30 minutes (40C)
None

Surface condition:

The surface should be stable, firm, dry and free of dust, sand, loose old paint, laitance,
dirt, grease and oil.

Remarks:

Drying data is given on the assumption that proper ventilation is provided.

Note:

HEMPEL'S CONTEX SEALER 26600 is for professional use only.

Safety:

Handle with care. Before and during use, observe all safety labels on packaging and
paint containers, consult HEMPEL Material Safety Data Sheets and follow all local or
national safety regulation. Harmful or fatal if swallowed; immediately seek medical
assistance if swallowed. Avoid inhalation of possible solvent vapours or paint mist, as
well as paint contact with skin and eyes. Apply only in well ventilated areas and ensure
that adequate forced ventilation exists when applying paint in confined spaces or when
the air is stagnant. Always take precautions against the risks of fire and explosions.

This Product Data Sheet supersedes those previously issued. For definition and scope, see explanatory notes to applicable Product
Data Sheets. Data, specifications, directions and recommendations given in this data sheet represent only test results or experience
obtained under controlled or specially defined circumstances. Their accuracy, completeness or appropriateness under the actual
conditions of any intended use of the Products herein must be determined exclusively by the Buyer and/or User. The Products are
supplied and all technical assistance is given subject to HEMPEL's GENERAL CONDITIONS OF SALES, DELIVERY AND SERVICE, unless
otherwise expressly agreed in writing. The Manufacturer and Seller disclaim, and Buyer and/or User waive all claims involving, any
liability, including but not limited to negligence, except as expressed in said GENERAL CONDITIONS for all results, injury or direct or
consequential losses or damages arising from the use of the Products as recommended above, on the overleaf or otherwise. Product
data are subject to change without notice and become void five years from the date of issue.

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HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC PRIMER/SEALER 26630

Description:
Area of use:

HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC PRIMER/SEALER 26630 is a solvent-borne alkali resistant acrylic


primer/sealer with excellent penetration and dust binding properties. For use under
solvent-borne as well as under water-borne coatings.
Interior and exterior: Walls, ceilings, partitions, etc.

Substrates:

Concrete, masonry, cement rendering, plaster, wood, etc.

PHYSICAL CONSTANTS:
Colour/Shade nos:
Finish:
Volume solids:
Theoretical spreading rate
Specific gravity:
Dry to touch:
Flash point:

White/10000
Flat
33%
11.0 m2/litre - 30 micron*
1.1 kg/litre
2 hours (10C)
1 hour (20C)
38C

30 minutes (40C)

*The spreading rate has been calculated theoretically for application onto a primed and
smooth surface. The actual rates may differ significantly as the primer/sealer is intended to
be applied to rough and porous substrates. The actual rates will also depend on the extent
of thinning, the application method and the relevant consumption factor.
The physical constants are subject to normal manufacturing tolerances.
Further reference is made to "Explanatory Notes".
APPLICATION DETAILS:
Application method:
Thinner (max. vol.):
Cleaning of tools:
Recoat interval, min:
Recoat interval, max:

Brush/roller
08080 (15%)
THINNER 08080
2 hours (10C)
None

Conventional spray
08080 (30%)
1 hour (20C)
None

30 minutes (40C)
None

Surface condition:

The surface should be stable, firm, dry and free of dust, sand, loose old paint, laitance,
dirt, grease and oil.

Remarks:

Drying data given is on the assumption that proper ventilation is provided.

Note:

HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC PRIMER/SEALER 26630 is for professional use only.

Safety:

Handle with care. Before and during use, observe all safety labels on packaging and
paint containers, consult HEMPEL Material Safety Data Sheets and follow all local or
national safety regulations. Harmful or fatal if swallowed; immediately seek medical
assistance if swallowed. Avoid inhalation of possible solvent vapours or paint mist, as
well as paint contact with skin and eyes. Apply only in well ventilated areas and ensure
that adequate forced ventilation exists when applying paint in confined spaces or when
the air is stagnant. Always take precautions against the risks of fire and explosions.

This Product Data Sheet supersedes those previously issued. For definition and scope, see explanatory notes to applicable Product
Data Sheets. Data, specifications, directions and recommendations given in this data sheet represent only test results or experience
obtained under controlled or specially defined circumstances. Their accuracy, completeness or appropriateness under the actual
conditions of any intended use of the Products herein must be determined exclusively by the Buyer and/or User. The Products are
supplied and all technical assistance is given subject to HEMPEL's GENERAL CONDITIONS OF SALES, DELIVERY AND SERVICE, unless
otherwise expressly agreed in writing. The Manufacturer and Seller disclaim, and Buyer and/or User waive all claims involving, any
liability, including but not limited to negligence, except as expressed in said GENERAL CONDITIONS for all results, injury or direct or
consequential losses or damages arising from the use of the Products as recommended above, on the overleaf or otherwise. Product
data are subject to change without notice and become void five years from the date of issue.

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HEMPEL'S PRIMER/SEALER 28830

Description:

HEMPEL'S PRIMER/SEALER 28830 is a pigmented water-borne primer/sealer with


excellent sealing and binding properties.

Area of use:

Interior and exterior: Walls, ceilings, partitions, etc.

Substrates:

Concrete, masonry, cement rendering, plaster, etc.

PHYSICAL CONSTANTS:
Colours/Shade nos:
Finish:
Volume solids:
Theoretical spreading rate:
Flash point:
Specific gravity:
Dry to touch:

White/10000
Flat
26%
8.7 m2/litre - 30 micron*
> 66C
1.3 kg/litre
2 hours (10C)
1 hour (20C)

30 minutes (40C)

*The spreading rate has been calculated theoretically for application onto a primed and
smooth surface. The actual rates may differ significantly as the primer/sealer is intended to
be applied to rough and porous substrates. The actual rates will also depend on the extent
of thinning, the application method and the relevant consumption factor.
The physical constants are subject to normal manufacturing tolerances.
Further reference is made to "Explanatory notes".
APPLICATION DETAILS:
Application method:
Thinner (max. vol.):
Cleaning of tools:
Recoat interval, minimum:
Recoat interval, maximum:

Brush/roller
Fresh water (10%)
Fresh water
4 hours (10C)
None

Conventional spray
Fresh water (5%)
2 hours (20C)
None

1 hour (40C)
None

Surface condition:

The surface should be stable, firm, dry and free of dust, sand, loose old paint, laitance,
dirt, grease and oil.

Remarks:

Use only where application and drying can proceed at temperatures above 5C,
preferably above 10C.
Drying data given is on the assumption that proper ventilation is provided.

Note:

HEMPEL'S PRIMER/SEALER 28830 is for professional use only.

Safety:

Handle with care. Before and during use, observe all safety labels on packaging and
paint containers, consult HEMPEL Material Safety Data Sheets and follow all local or
national safety regulations. Harmful or fatal if swallowed; immediately seek medical
assistance if swallowed. Avoid inhalation of possible solvent vapours or paint mist, as
well as paint contact with skin and eyes. Apply only in well ventilated areas and ensure
that adequate forced ventilation exists when applying paint in confined spaces or when
the air is stagnant. Always take precautions against the risks of fire and explosions.

This Product Data Sheet supersedes those previously issued. For definition and scope, see explanatory notes to applicable Product
Data Sheets. Data, specifications, directions and recommendations given in this data sheet represent only test results or experience
obtained under controlled or specially defined circumstances. Their accuracy, completeness or appropriateness under the actual
conditions of any intended use of the Products herein must be determined exclusively by the Buyer and/or User. The Products are
supplied and all technical assistance is given subject to HEMPEL's GENERAL CONDITIONS OF SALES, DELIVERY AND SERVICE, unless
otherwise expressly agreed in writing. The Manufacturer and Seller disclaim, and Buyer and/or User waive all claims involving, any
liability, including but not limited to negligence, except as expressed in said GENERAL CONDITIONS for all results, injury or direct or
consequential losses or damages arising from the use of the Products as recommended above, on the overleaf or otherwise. Product
data are subject to change without notice and become void five years from the date of issue.

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HEMPEL'S EPOXY FILLER 35230


CURING AGENT 95130

Description:

HEMPEL'S EPOXY FILLER 35230 is a two-component, high solid epoxy filler. It is a very
hard, impact and chemical resistant material when cured. It can be applied in a dry film
thickness of up to 10 mm without cracking. The product is easy to work with and has
excellent filling properties. Can be recoated with solvent-borne primers/sealers and is
the preferred filler for epoxy and polyurethane systems.

Area of use:

As a repair filler or levelling compound for interior and exterior areas.

Substrates:

Concrete, steel and other rigid materials.

PHYSICAL CONSTANTS:
Colours/Shade nos:
Finish:
Volume solids:
Flash point:
Specific gravity:
Dry to touch:
Ready to sand:

Off-white/11630
Flat
98%
25C
2.0 kg/litre
3 hours (20C)
16 hours (20C)
The physical constants are subject to normal manufacturing tolerances.
Further reference is made to "Explanatory Notes".

APPLICATION DETAILS:
Mixing ratio for 35230:
Application method:
Thinner (max. vol.):
Pot life:
Cleaning of tools:
Recoat interval, min:
Recoat interval, max:

Base 35239 : Curing agent 95130


3 : 1 by volume
Spatula, broad knife, steel trowel
Do not dilute (when used as skimcoat, 5% THINNER 08450 is recommended)
2 hours (20C)
TOOL CLEANER 99610 or THINNER 08450
24 hours (20C)
30 days (20C) (see REMARKS below)

Surface condition:

The surface should be stable, firm, dry and free of dust, sand, loose old paint, laitance,
dirt, grease and oil. It is recommended to apply an epoxy primer/sealer prior to the
specified filling procedure.

Remarks:

Use only where application and curing can proceed at temperatures above 5C.
The dry film thickness will be determined by the depth of crevices, blow-holes or the
degree of surface irregularities. The practical spreading rate will alter accordingly.
If the maximum recoating interval is exceeded, roughening of the surface is necessary.

Note:

HEMPEL'S EPOXY FILLER 35230 is for professional use only.

Safety:

Handle with care. Before and during use, observe all safety labels on packaging and
paint containers, consult HEMPEL Material Safety Data Sheets and follow all local or
national safety regulations. Harmful or fatal if swallowed; immediately seek medical
assistance if swallowed. Avoid inhalation of possible solvent vapours or paint mist, as
well as paint contact with skin and eyes. Apply only in well ventilated areas and ensure
that adequate forced ventilation exists when applying paint in confined spaces or when
the air is stagnant. Always take precautions against the risks of fire and explosions.

This Product Data Sheet supersedes those previously issued. For definition and scope, see explanatory notes to applicable Product
Data Sheets. Data, specifications, directions and recommendations given in this data sheet represent only test results or experience
obtained under controlled or specially defined circumstances. Their accuracy, completeness or appropriateness under the actual
conditions of any intended use of the Products herein must be determined exclusively by the Buyer and/or User. The Products are
supplied and all technical assistance is given subject to HEMPEL's GENERAL CONDITIONS OF SALES, DELIVERY AND SERVICE, unless
otherwise expressly agreed in writing. The Manufacturer and Seller disclaim, and Buyer and/or User waive all claims involving, any
liability, including but not limited to negligence, except as expressed in said GENERAL CONDITIONS for all results, injury or direct or
consequential losses or damages arising from the use of the Products as recommended above, on the overleaf or otherwise. Product
data are subject to change without notice and become void five years from the date of issue.

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HEMPEL'S EPOXY GROUT 35930


CURING AGENT 95030
POWDER 97930

Description:

HEMPEL'S EPOXY GROUT 35930 is a three-component, solvent-free epoxy grout. It is a


very hard, impact and chemical resistant material when cured. Can be applied in a dry
film thickness of up to 30 mm without cracking. The product is easy to work with and
has excellent filling properties. Can be recoated with solvent-borne primers/sealers and
is the preferred grout for epoxy and polyurethane systems.

Area of use:

As a repair grout interior and exterior.

Substrates:

Concrete.

PHYSICAL CONSTANTS:
Colours/Shade nos:
Finish:
Volume solids:
Flash point:
Specific gravity:
Dry to touch:

Opaque/09990
Semi-flat
100%
> 100C
2.2 kg/litre
12 hours (20C)
The physical constants are subject to normal manufacturing tolerances.
Further reference is made to "Explanatory Notes".

APPLICATION DETAILS:
Mixing ratio for 35930:

Application method:
Thinner (max. vol.):
Pot life:
Cleaning of tools:
Recoat interval, min:
Recoat interval, max:

Base 35939
1.0 kg
Curing agent 95030 0.6 kg
Powder 97930
8.5 kg
Mixing of the 3 components requires powerful mechanical mixing equipment. Mix Base
35939 with Curing Agent 95030 and stir. Then slowly add Powder 97930 while stirring.
Continue stirring until homogeneity is obtained. Protect the powder against moisture
before mixing.
Spatula, filling knife, steel trowel
Do not dilute
30 minutes (20C)
HEMPEL'S TOOL CLEANER 99610
12 hours (20C)
None

Surface condition:

The surface should be stable, firm, dry and free of dust, sand, loose old paint, laitance,
dirt, grease and oil. It is recommended to apply an epoxy primer/sealer prior to the
specified filling procedure.

Remarks:

Use only where application and curing can proceed at temperatures above 5C and
preferably below 35C.
The dry film
thickness will be determined by the depth of crevices or the degree of surface
irregularities. The practical spreading rate will alter accordingly.

Note:

HEMPEL'S EPOXY GROUT 35930 is for professional use only.

SAFETY:

Handle with care. Before and during use, observe all safety labels on packaging and
paint containers, consult HEMPEL Material Safety Data Sheets and follow all local or
national safety regulations. Harmful or fatal if swallowed; immediately seek medical
assistance if swallowed. Avoid inhalation of possible solvent vapours or paint mist, as
well as paint contact with skin and eyes. Apply only in well ventilated areas and ensure
that adequate forced ventilation exists when applying paint in confined spaces or when
the air is stagnant. Always take precautions against the risks of fire and explosions.

This Product Data Sheet supersedes those previously issued. For definition and scope, see explanatory notes to applicable Product
Data Sheets. Data, specifications, directions and recommendations given in this data sheet represent only test results or experience
obtained under controlled or specially defined circumstances. Their accuracy, completeness or appropriateness under the actual
conditions of any intended use of the Products herein must be determined exclusively by the Buyer and/or User. The Products are
supplied and all technical assistance is given subject to HEMPEL's GENERAL CONDITIONS OF SALES, DELIVERY AND SERVICE, unless
otherwise expressly agreed in writing. The Manufacturer and Seller disclaim, and Buyer and/or User waive all claims involving, any
liability, including but not limited to negligence, except as expressed in said GENERAL CONDITIONS for all results, injury or direct or
consequential losses or damages arising from the use of the Products as recommended above, on the overleaf or otherwise. Product
data are subject to change without notice and become void five years from the date of issue.

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HEMPEL'S CONTEX FILLER 36610

Description:

HEMPEL'S CONTEX FILLER 36610 is an acrylic-based filler, thixotropic in appearance and


content. It is a knifing filler which is smooth and easy to apply. The high solids content
ensures excellent workability, smoothing and filling properties. Accepts a wide range of
solvent and water-borne topcoats.

Area of use:

Interior and exterior.

Substrates:

Concrete, cement rendering, masonry, gypsum boards and wood.

PHYSICAL CONSTANTS:
Colours/Shade nos:
Finish:
Volume solids:
Theoretical spreading rate:
Specific gravity:
Flash point:
Dry to touch:
Dry to handle:
Ready to sand:

Off-white/11630
Flat
59%
5.9 m/litre - 100 micron (when used as a skim coat) (see REMARKS below)
1.7 kg/litre
23C
6 hours (10C)
3 hours (20C)
1 hours (40C)
12 hours (10C)
6 hours (20C)
3 hours (40C)
48 hours (10C)
24 hours (20C)
12 hours (40C)
The physical constants are subject to normal manufacturing tolerances.
Further reference is made to "Explanatory Notes".

APPLICATION DETAILS:
Application method:
Cleaning of tools:
Indicated film thickness, dry:
Indicated film thickness, wet:
Recoat interval, min:
Recoat interval, max:

Spatula, filling knife, steel trowel


THINNER 08080
100 micron
170 micron
8 hours (10C)
4 hours (20C)
None
None

2 hours (40C)
None

Surface condition:

The surface should be stable, firm, dry and free of dust, sand, loose old paint, laitance,
dirt, grease and oil. It is recommended to apply a primer/sealer prior to the specified
filling procedure. Touch-up with primer/sealer on areas repaired with filler can be done
prior to application of topcoats.

Remarks:

The dry film thickness will be determined by the depth of the crevices, blowholes or the
degree of surface irregularities.
The practical spreading rate will be altered accordingly.
Drying data is given on the assumption that proper ventilation is provided.

Note:

HEMPEL'S CONTEX FILLER 36610 is for professional use onlly.

Safety:

Handle with care. Before and during use, observe all safety labels on packaging and
paint containers, consult HEMPEL Material Safety Data Sheets and follow all local or
national safety regulations. Harmful or fatal if swallowed; immediately seek medical
assistance if swallowed. Avoid inhalation of possible solvent vapours or paint mist, as
well as paint contact with skin and eyes. Apply only in well ventilated areas and ensure
that adequate forced ventilation exists when applying paint in confined spaces or when
the air is stagnant. Always take precautions against the risks of fire and explosions.

This Product Data Sheet supersedes those previously issued. For definition and scope, see explanatory notes to applicable Product
Data Sheets. Data, specifications, directions and recommendations given in this data sheet represent only test results or experience
obtained under controlled or specially defined circumstances. Their accuracy, completeness or appropriateness under the actual
conditions of any intended use of the Products herein must be determined exclusively by the Buyer and/or User. The Products are
supplied and all technical assistance is given subject to HEMPEL's GENERAL CONDITIONS OF SALES, DELIVERY AND SERVICE, unless
otherwise expressly agreed in writing. The Manufacturer and Seller disclaim, and Buyer and/or User waive all claims involving, any
liability, including but not limited to negligence, except as expressed in said GENERAL CONDITIONS for all results, injury or direct or
consequential losses or damages arising from the use of the Products as recommended above, on the overleaf or otherwise. Product
data are subject to change without notice and become void five years from the date of issue.

Reissued by:

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HEMPEL PAINTS (EMIRATES) L.L.C.

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Product Data

HEMPEL'S PUTTY FILLER 38820

Description:

HEMPEL'S PUTTY FILLER 38820 is an economical, water-borne filler with good


smoothing properties. Recoatable with water-borne or solvent-borne coatings.

.
Area of use:

Interior; Dry rooms: Walls, ceilings, partitions, etc.

Substrates:

Concrete, masonry, cement rendering, asbestos, etc.

PHYSICAL CONSTANTS:
Colours/Shade nos:
Finish:
Volume solids:
Theoretical spreading rate:
Flash point:
Specific gravity:
Dry to touch:
Ready to sand:

Off-white/11630
Flat
52%
5.2 m/litre - 100 micron (when used as a skim coat) (see REMARKS below)
> 66C
1.8 kg/litre
8 hours (10C)
4 hours (20C)
2 hours (40C)
48 hours (10C)
24 hours (20C)
12 hours (40C)
The physical constants are subject to normal manufacturing tolerances.
Further reference is made to "Explanatory Notes".

APPLICATION DETAILS:
Application method:
Cleaning of tools:
Indicated film thickness, dry:
Indicated film thickness, wet:
Recoat interval, min:
Recoat interval, max:

Spatula, filling knife, steel trowel


Fresh water
100 micron
190 micron
12 hours (10C)
6 hours (20C)
None
None

3 hours (40C)
None

Surface condition:

The surface should be stable, firm, dry and free of dust, sand, loose old paint, laitance,
dirt, grease and oil. It is recommended to apply a primer/sealer prior to the specified
filling procedure. Touch-up with primer/sealer on areas repaired with filler is
recommended prior to application of topcoats.

Remarks:

Use only where application and drying can proceed at temperatures above 5C.
Not recommended in rooms with high humidity such as bathrooms, kitchens, etc.
The dry film thickness will be determined by the depth of crevices, blow-holes or the
degree of surface irregularities. HEMPEL'S PUTTY FILLER 38820 is not recommended for
deep filling. Avoid applying at excessive film thickness.
The practical spreading rate will alter accordingly.
Drying data given is on the assumption that proper ventilation is provided.

Note:
SAFETY:

HEMPEL'S PUTTY FILLER 38820 is for professional use only.


Handle with care. Before and during use, observe all safety labels on packaging and
paint containers, consult HEMPEL Material Safety Data Sheets and follow all local or
national safety regulations. Harmful or fatal if swallowed; immediately seek medical
assistance if swallowed. Avoid inhalation of possible solvent vapours or paint mist, as
well as paint contact with skin and eyes. Apply only in well ventilated areas and ensure
that adequate forced ventilation exists when applying paint in confined spaces or when
the air is stagnant. Always take precautions against the risks of fire and explosions.

This Product Data Sheet supersedes those previously issued. For definition and scope, see explanatory notes to applicable Product
Data Sheets. Data, specifications, directions and recommendations given in this data sheet represent only test results or experience
obtained under controlled or specially defined circumstances. Their accuracy, completeness or appropriateness under the actual
conditions of any intended use of the Products herein must be determined exclusively by the Buyer and/or User. The Products are
supplied and all technical assistance is given subject to HEMPEL's GENERAL CONDITIONS OF SALES, DELIVERY AND SERVICE, unless
otherwise expressly agreed in writing. The Manufacturer and Seller disclaim, and Buyer and/or User waive all claims involving, any
liability, including but not limited to negligence, except as expressed in said GENERAL CONDITIONS for all results, injury or direct or
consequential losses or damages arising from the use of the Products as recommended above, on the overleaf or otherwise. Product
data are subject to change without notice and become void five years from the date of issue.

Reissued by:

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HEMPEL PAINTS (EMIRATES) L.L.C.

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Product Data

HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC FILLER 38830

Description:

HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC FILLER 38830 is a water-borne filler with excellent smoothing and
filling properties. Can be topcoated with water-borne or solvent-borne systems.

Area of use:

Interior and exterior: Walls, ceilings, partitions, etc.

Substrates:

Concrete, masonry, cement rendering, plaster, gypsum boards, etc.

PHYSICAL CONSTANTS:
Colours/Shade nos:
Finish:
Volume solids:
Theoretical spreading rate:
Flash point:
Specific gravity:
Dry to touch:
Ready to sand:

Off-white/11630
Flat
46%
4.6 m/litre - 100 micron (when used as a skim coat) (see REMARKS below)
> 66C
1.6 kg/litre
8 hours (10C)
4 hours (20C)
2 hours (40C)
48 hours (10C)
24 hours (20C)
12 hours (40C)
The physical constants are subject to normal manufacturing tolerances.
Further reference is made to "Explanatory Notes".

APPLICATION DETAILS:
Application method:
Cleaning of tools:
Indicated film thickness, dry:
Indicated film thickness, wet:
Recoat interval, min:
Recoat interval, max:

Spatula, filling knife, steel trowel


Fresh water
100 micron
220 micron
12 hours (10C)
6 hours (20C)
None
None

3 hours (40C)
None

Surface condition:

The surface should be stable, firm, dry and free of dust, sand, loose old paint, laitance,
dirt, grease and oil. It is recommended to apply a primer/sealer prior to the specified
filling procedure. Touch-up with primer/sealer on areas repaired with filler is
recommended prior to application of topcoats.

Remarks:

Use only where application and drying can proceed at temperatures above 5C,
preferably above 10C.
The dry film thickness will be determined by the depth of crevices, blow-holes or the
degree of surface irregularities.
The practical spreading rate will alter accordingly.
Drying data given is on the assumption that proper ventilation is provided.

Note:
SAFETY:

HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC FILLER 38830 is for professional use only.


Handle with care. Before and during use, observe all safety labels on packaging and
paint containers, consult HEMPEL Material Safety Data Sheets and follow all local or
national safety regulations. Harmful or fatal if swallowed; immediately seek medical
assistance if swallowed. Avoid inhalation of possible solvent vapours or paint mist, as
well as paint contact with skin and eyes. Apply only in well ventilated areas and ensure
that adequate forced ventilation exists when applying paint in confined spaces or when
the air is stagnant. Always take precautions against the risks of fire and explosions.

This Product Data Sheet supersedes those previously issued. For definition and scope, see explanatory notes to applicable Product
Data Sheets. Data, specifications, directions and recommendations given in this data sheet represent only test results or experience
obtained under controlled or specially defined circumstances. Their accuracy, completeness or appropriateness under the actual
conditions of any intended use of the Products herein must be determined exclusively by the Buyer and/or User. The Products are
supplied and all technical assistance is given subject to HEMPEL's GENERAL CONDITIONS OF SALES, DELIVERY AND SERVICE, unless
otherwise expressly agreed in writing. The Manufacturer and Seller disclaim, and Buyer and/or User waive all claims involving, any
liability, including but not limited to negligence, except as expressed in said GENERAL CONDITIONS for all results, injury or direct or
consequential losses or damages arising from the use of the Products as recommended above, on the overleaf or otherwise. Product
data are subject to change without notice and become void five years from the date of issue.

Reissued by:

HEMPEL PAINTS (QATAR) W.L.L. &


HEMPEL PAINTS (EMIRATES) L.L.C.

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Product Data

HEMPEL'S SPATTER FINISH 38860

Description:

HEMPEL'S SPATTER FINISH 38860 is a water-borne emulsion coating.


The product
has non-drip properties. The final appearance is determined by the application method.
Different patterns can be obtained by using different application tools. Overcoating with
solvent-borne or water-borne coatings is recommended to obtain best possible finish and
washability.

Area of use:

Interior and exterior: Walls, ceilings, partitions, etc.

Substrates:

Concrete, cement rendering, plaster, gypsum boards, etc.

PHYSICAL CONSTANTS:
Colours/Shade nos:
Finish:
Volume solids:
Theoretical spreading rate:
Flash point:
Specific gravity:
Dry to touch:

White/10000
Flat
54%
2.2 - 5.0 m/litre (dependent upon the density of the design/pattern) - 100/ 250
micron*
> 66C
1.7 kg/litre
8 hours (10C)
4 hours (20C)
2 hours (40C)
*The theoretical spreading rate has been calculated for the stated volume solids and dry
film thickness.
A practical spreading rate will depend on the actual dry film thickness, the nature of the
substrate, and the relevant consumption factor.
The physical constants are subject to normal manufacturing tolerances.
Further reference is made to "Explanatory Notes".

APPLICATION DETAILS:
Application method:
Thinner (max. vol.):
Cleaning of tools:
Recoat interval, min:
Recoat interval, max:

Conventional spray
None
Fresh water
12 hours (10C)
None

Hopper gun
None

Air-mix spray
None

6 hours (20C)
None

3 hours (40C)
None

Surface condition:

The surface should be stable, firm, dry and free of dust, sand, loose old paint, laitance,
dirt, grease and oil. It is recommended to apply a primer/sealer prior to the specified
filling procedure. Touch-up with primer/sealer on areas repaired with filler is
recommended prior to application of topcoats.

Sealing:

Transparent:
Opaque:

Remarks:

Use only where applicaton and drying can proceed at temperatures above 5C, preferably
above 10C.
Other primers or subsequent coats may be specified.
Drying data given is on the assumption that proper ventilation is provided.
HEMPEL'S SPATTER FINISH 38860 is for professional use only.

Note:
SAFETY:

HEMPEL'S BINDER/SEALER 09810


HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC PRIMER/SEALER 26630

Handle with care. Before and during use, observe all safety labels on packaging and
paint containers, consult HEMPEL Material Safety Data Sheets and follow all local or
national safety regulations. Harmful or fatal if swallowed; immediately seek medical
assistance if swallowed. Avoid inhalation of possible solvent vapours or paint mist, as
well as paint contact with skin and eyes. Apply only in well ventilated areas and ensure
that adequate forced ventilation exists when applying paint in confined spaces or when
the air is stagnant. Always take precautions against the risks of fire and explosions.

This Product Data Sheet supersedes those previously issued. For definition and scope, see explanatory notes to applicable Product
Data Sheets. Data, specifications, directions and recommendations given in this data sheet represent only test results or experience
obtained under controlled or specially defined circumstances. Their accuracy, completeness or appropriateness under the actual
conditions of any intended use of the Products herein must be determined exclusively by the Buyer and/or User. The Products are
supplied and all technical assistance is given subject to HEMPEL's GENERAL CONDITIONS OF SALES, DELIVERY AND SERVICE, unless
otherwise expressly agreed in writing. The Manufacturer and Seller disclaim, and Buyer and/or User waive all claims involving, any
liability, including but not limited to negligence, except as expressed in said GENERAL CONDITIONS for all results, injury or direct or
consequential losses or damages arising from the use of the Products as recommended above, on the overleaf or otherwise. Product
data are subject to change without notice and become void five years from the date of issue.

Reissued by:

HEMPEL PAINTS (QATAR) W.L.L. &


HEMPEL PAINTS (EMIRATES) L.L.C.

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Product Data

HEMPEL'S SPRAY FILLER 38880

Description:

HEMPEL'S SPRAY FILLER 38880 is a water-borne acrylic filler for smoothing and
levelling. The product is especially formulated for spray application.

Area of use:

Interior and exterior: Walls, ceilings, partitions, etc.

Substrates:

Concrete, masonry, cement rendering, plaster, asbestos, etc.

PHYSICAL CONSTANTS:
Colours/Shade nos:
Finish:
Volume solids:
Theoretical spreading rate:
Flash point:
Specific gravity:
Dry to touch:

Opaque/09990
Flat
62%
2.5 m/litre - 250 micron*
> 66C
1.8 kg/litre
4 hours (10C)
2 hours (20C)

1 hours (40C)

*The theoretical spreading has been calculated for the stated volume solids and dry film
thickness.
A practical spreading rate will depend on the actual dry film thickness, the nature of the
substrate, and the relevant consumption factor.
The physical constants are subject to normal manufacturing tolerances.
Further reference is made to "Explanatory Notes".
APPLICATION DETAILS:
Application method:
Thinner ( max. vol.):
Nozzle orifice:
Nozzle pressure:
Cleaning of tools:
Indicated film thickness, dry:
Indicated film thickness, wet:
Recoat interval, min:
Recoat interval, max:

Airless spray
Air spray
None
None
.031"
280 bar/4050 psi
(Airless spray data are indicative and subject to adjustment)
Fresh water
250 micron
400 micron
8 hours (10C)
4 hours (20C)
2 hours (40C)
None
None
None

Surface condition:

The surface should be stable, firm, dry and free of dust, sand, loose old paint, laitance,
dirt, grease and oil. It is recommended to apply a primer/sealer prior to the specified
filling procedure. Touch-up with primer/sealer on areas repaired with filler is
recommended prior to application of topcoats.

Sealing:

Transparent:
Opaque:

Remarks:

Use only where application and drying can proceed at temperatures above 5C,
preferably above 10C.
The dry film thickness will be determined by the depth of crevices, blow-holes or the
degree of surface irregularities. Drying data given is on the assumption that proper
ventilation is provided.
HEMPEL'S SPRAY FILLER 38880 is for professional use only.

Note:
SAFETY:

HEMPEL'S BINDER/SEALER 09810


HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC PRIMER/SEALER 26630

Handle with care. Before and during use, observe all safety labels on packaging and
paint containers, consult HEMPEL Material Safety Data Sheets and follow all local or
national safety regulations. Harmful or fatal if swallowed; immediately seek medical
assistance if swallowed. Avoid inhalation of possible solvent vapours or paint mist, as
well as paint contact with skin and eyes. Apply only in well ventilated areas and ensure
that adequate forced ventilation exists when applying paint in confined spaces or when
the air is stagnant. Always take precautions against the risks of fire and explosions.

This Product Data Sheet supersedes those previously issued. For definition and scope, see explanatory notes to applicable Product
Data Sheets. Data, specifications, directions and recommendations given in this data sheet represent only test results or experience
obtained under controlled or specially defined circumstances. Their accuracy, completeness or appropriateness under the actual
conditions of any intended use of the Products herein must be determined exclusively by the Buyer and/or User. The Products are
supplied and all technical assistance is given subject to HEMPEL's GENERAL CONDITIONS OF SALES, DELIVERY AND SERVICE, unless
otherwise expressly agreed in writing. The Manufacturer and Seller disclaim, and Buyer and/or User waive all claims involving, any
liability, including but not limited to negligence, except as expressed in said GENERAL CONDITIONS for all results, injury or direct or
consequential losses or damages arising from the use of the Products as recommended above, on the overleaf or otherwise. Product
data are subject to change without notice and become void five years from the date of issue.

Reissued by:

HEMPEL PAINTS (QATAR) W.L.L. &


HEMPEL PAINTS (EMIRATES) L.L.C.

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HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC FILLER 38900

Description:

HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC FILLER 38900 is a high-grade, flexible water-borne acrylic filler. The
high solids content ensures excellent workability, smoothing and filling properties. Ideal
for filling joints in gypsum boards. Can be used as a repair filler or for full skim-coat
application. HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC FILLER 38900 can be overcoated with solvent-borne or
water-borne coatings without use of a primer/sealer.

Area of use:

Interior and exterior: Walls, ceilings, partitions, etc.

Substrates:

Concrete, masonry, gypsum boards, plaster, asbestos, wood, etc.

PHYSICAL CONSTANTS:
Colours/Shade nos:
Finish:
Volume solids:
Theoretical spreading rate:
Flash point:
Specific gravity:
Dry to touch:
Ready to sand:

Off-white/11630
Flat
61%
6.1 m/litre - 100 micron (when applied as a skim coat)*
> 66C
1.8 kg/litre
8 hours (10C)
4 hours (20C)
2 hours (40C)
48 hours (20C)
24 hours (20C)
12 hours (40C)
*The theoretical spreading rate has been calculated for the stated volume solids and dry
film thickness.
A practical spreading rate will depend on the actual dry film thickness, the nature of the
substrate, and the relevant consumption factor.
The physical constants are subject to normal manufacturing tolerances.
Further reference is made to "Explanatory Notes".

APPLICATION DETAILS:
Application method:
Cleaning of tools:
Indicated film thickness, dry:
Indicated film thickness, wet:
Recoat interval, min:
Recoat interval, max:

Spatula, filling knife, steel trowel


Fresh water
100 micron
165 micron
12 hours (10C)
6 hours (20C)
None
None

3 hours (40C)
None

Surface condition:

The surface should be stable, firm, dry and free of dust, sand, loose old paint, laitance,
dirt, grease and oil. It is recommended to apply a primer/sealer prior to the specified
filling procedure.

Remarks:

Use only where applicaton and drying can proceed at temperatures above 5C, preferably
above 10C.
Drying data given is on the assumption that proper ventilation is provided.

Note:

HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC FILLER 38900 is for professional use only.

SAFETY:

Handle with care. Before and during use, observe all safety labels on packaging and
paint containers, consult HEMPEL Material Safety Data Sheets and follow all local or
national safety regulations. Harmful or fatal if swallowed; immediately seek medical
assistance if swallowed. Avoid inhalation of possible solvent vapours or paint mist, as
well as paint contact with skin and eyes. Apply only in well ventilated areas and ensure
that adequate forced ventilation exists when applying paint in confined spaces or when
the air is stagnant. Always take precautions against the risks of fire and explosions.

This Product Data Sheet supersedes those previously issued. For definition and scope, see explanatory notes to applicable Product
Data Sheets. Data, specifications, directions and recommendations given in this data sheet represent only test results or experience
obtained under controlled or specially defined circumstances. Their accuracy, completeness or appropriateness under the actual
conditions of any intended use of the Products herein must be determined exclusively by the Buyer and/or User. The Products are
supplied and all technical assistance is given subject to HEMPEL's GENERAL CONDITIONS OF SALES, DELIVERY AND SERVICE, unless
otherwise expressly agreed in writing. The Manufacturer and Seller disclaim, and Buyer and/or User waive all claims involving, any
liability, including but not limited to negligence, except as expressed in said GENERAL CONDITIONS for all results, injury or direct or
consequential losses or damages arising from the use of the Products as recommended above, on the overleaf or otherwise. Product
data are subject to change without notice and become void five years from the date of issue.

Reissued by:

HEMPEL PAINTS (QATAR) W.L.L. &


HEMPEL PAINTS (EMIRATES) L.L.C.

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Product Data

HEMPADUR HI-BUILD 45230


CURING AGENT 95040

Description:

HEMPADUR HI-BUILD 45230 is a two-component high-build epoxy coating which forms a


tough film resistant to water, impact and abrasion.

Area of use:

Interior and Exterior

Substrates:

Steel and concrete

PHYSICAL CONSTANTS:
Colours/Shade nos:
Finish:
Volume solids:
Theoretical spreading rate:
Flash point:
Specific gravity:
Dry to touch:
Dry to handle

White/10000, Offwhite/11630 and Grey/10A03


Semi-flat and smooth
61%
6.1m2/litre - 100 micron*
25C/77F
1.4kg/litre (11.7Lbs/US Gallon)
16 hours (10C)
8 hours (25C)
4 hours (40C)
40 hours (10C)
16 hours (25C)
8 hours (40C)
*The theoretical spreading rate has been calculated for the stated volume solids and dry
film thickness.
A practical spreading rate will depend on the actual dry film thickness, the nature of the
substrate and the relevant consumption factor.
The physical constants are subject to normal manufacturing tolerances.
Further reference is made to "Explanatory notes".

APPLICATION DETAILS:
Mixing ratio for 45230:
Application method:
Thinner (max. vol.):
Pot life:
Cleaning of tools:
Indicated film thickness, dry:
Indicated film thickness, wet:
Recoat interval, min:
Recoat interval, max:
Surface condition:

Base 45239 : Curing Agent 95040


3:1 by volume
Airless spray
Brush
Roller
08700 (5%)
08700 (5%)
08700 (5%)
2 hours (20C)
HEMPEL'S TOOL CLEANER 99610
100 micron
175 micron
40 hours (10C)
16 hours (25C)
6 hours (40C)
2 months (10C)
1 month (25C)
8 days (40C)
The surface has to be free of mill scale, grease and oil, loose rust, old paint and other
contaminants.
HEMPEL'S NAVI WASH 99330 is recommended for degreasing. Abrasive cleaning (Sa 2
minimum) or by mechanical cleaning (St 3 minimum) are the preferred surface
preparation methods.

Filling:

As per specification

Sealing:

As per specification

Remarks:

Drying data is given on the assumption that proper ventilation and relative humidity
below 65 % is provided.

Note:

HEMPADUR HI-BUILD 45230 is for professional use only.

Safety:

Handle with care. Before and during use, observe all safety labels on packaging and
paint containers, consult HEMPEL Material Safety Data Sheets and follow all local or
national safety regulation. Harmful or fatal if swallowed; immediately seek medical
assistance if swallowed. Avoid inhalation of possible solvent vapours or paint mist, as
well as paint contact with skin and eyes. Apply only in well ventilated areas and ensure
that adequate forced ventilation exists when applying paint in confined spaces or when
the air is stagnant. Always take precautions against the risks of fire and explosions.

This Product Data Sheet supersedes those previously issued. For definition and scope, see explanatory notes to applicable Product
Data Sheets. Data, specifications, directions and recommendations given in this data sheet represent only test results or experience
obtained under controlled or specially defined circumstances. Their accuracy, completeness or appropriateness under the actual
conditions of any intended use of the Products herein must be determined exclusively by the Buyer and/or User. The Products are
supplied and all technical assistance is given subject to HEMPEL's GENERAL CONDITIONS OF SALES, DELIVERY AND SERVICE, unless
otherwise expressly agreed in writing. The Manufacturer and Seller disclaim, and Buyer and/or User waive all claims involving, any
liability, including but not limited to negligence, except as expressed in said GENERAL CONDITIONS for all results, injury or direct or
consequential losses or damages arising from the use of the Products as recommended above, on the overleaf or otherwise. Product
data are subject to change without notice and become void five years from the date of issue.

Reissued by:

HEMPEL PAINTS (QATAR) W.L.L. &


HEMPEL PAINTS (EMIRATES) L.L.C.

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HEMPEL'S EPOXY TEXTURE 45450


CURING AGENT 95210

Description:

HEMPEL'S EPOXY TEXTURE 45450 is a two-component, high-solids epoxy product, which


is specially formulated to be applied by spray to obtain a textured surface with different
patterns. When topcoated with polyurethane finishes, a high-grade system, suitable for
outdoor exposure is obtained.

Area of use:

Interior and exterior: Ceilings and walls.

Substrates:

Concrete, masonry, cement rendering, plaster, etc.

PHYSICAL CONSTANTS:
Colours/Shade nos:
Finish:
Volume solids:
Theoretical spreading rate:
Flash point:
Specific gravity:
Dry to touch:

White/10000
Flat
56 %
5.6 m/litre - 100 micron*
12C
1.5 kg/litre
2 hours (10C)
1 hour (20C)

30 minutes (40C)

*The theoretical spreading rate has been calculated for the stated volume solids and dry
film thickness.
A practical spreading rate will depend on the actual dry film thickness, the nature of the
substrate, and the relevant consumption factor.
The physical constants are subject to normal manufacturing tolerances.
Further reference is made to "Explanatory Notes".
APPLICATION DETAILS:
Mixing ratio for 45450:
Application method:
Thinner (max. vol.):
Cleaning of tools:
Pot life:
Recoat interval, min:
Recoat interval, max:

Base 45459 : Curing


9 : 1 by volume
Hopper gun
08450 (5%)
THINNER 08450
6 hours (10C)
2 hours (10C)
None

agent 95210
Airless spray
08450 (5%)
3 hours (20C)
1 hour (20C)

30 minutes (40C)
None

None

Surface condition:

The surface should be stable, firm, dry and free of dust, sand loose old paint, laitance,
dirt, grease and oil. It is recommended to apply an epoxy primer/sealer prior to the
specified filling procedure. Touch-up with primer/sealer on areas repaired with filler is
recommended prior to application of topcoats.

Filling:
Sealing:

HEMPEL'S EPOXY FILLER 35230


HEMPEL'S EPOXY SEALER 05990

Remarks:

Use only where application and curing can proceed at temperatures above 5C.
Other sealer/filler types may be specified. Drying data given is on the assumption that
proper ventilation is provided.

Note:
Safety:

HEMPEL'S EPOXY TEXTURE 45450 is for professional use only.


Handle with care. Before and during use, observe all safety labels on packaging and
paint containers, consult HEMPEL Material Safety Data Sheets and follow all local or
national safety regulations. Harmful or fatal if swallowed; immediately seek medical
assistance if swallowed. Avoid inhalation of possible solvent vapours or paint mist, as
well as paint contact with skin and eyes. Apply only in well ventilated areas and ensure
that adequate forced ventilation exists when applying paint in confined spaces or when
the air is stagnant. Always take precautions against the risks of fire and explosions.

This Product Data Sheet supersedes those previously issued. For definition and scope, see explanatory notes to applicable Product
Data Sheets. Data, specifications, directions and recommendations given in this data sheet represent only test results or experience
obtained under controlled or specially defined circumstances. Their accuracy, completeness or appropriateness under the actual
conditions of any intended use of the Products herein must be determined exclusively by the Buyer and/or User. The Products are
supplied and all technical assistance is given subject to HEMPEL's GENERAL CONDITIONS OF SALES, DELIVERY AND SERVICE, unless
otherwise expressly agreed in writing. The Manufacturer and Seller disclaim, and Buyer and/or User waive all claims involving, any
liability, including but not limited to negligence, except as expressed in said GENERAL CONDITIONS for all results, injury or direct or
consequential losses or damages arising from the use of the Products as recommended above, on the overleaf or otherwise. Product
data are subject to change without notice and become void five years from the date of issue.

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Product Data

HEMPEL'S CONTEX SMOOTH 46600

Description:

HEMPEL'S CONTEX SMOOTH 46600 is an alkali resistant, acrylic topcoat in HEMPEL'S


CONTEX anticarbonation system. The product is water-repellent, but allows water vapour
from the substrate to pass through the paint film. Has a smooth flat finish.

Area of use:

Exterior: Walls.

Substrates:

Concrete, masonry, cement rendering, asbestos, etc.

PHYSICAL CONSTANTS:
Colours/Shade nos:
Finish:
Volume solids:
Theoretical spreading rate:
Flash point:
Specific gravity:
Dry to touch:

White/10000 or according to HEMPEL's colour card


Flat
43%
8.6 m2/litre - 50 micron*
25C
1.3 kg/litre
2 hours (20C)
*The theoretical spreading rate has been calculated for the stated volume solids and dry
film thickness.
A practical spreading rate will depend on the actual dry film thickness, the nature of the
substrate and the relevant consumption factor.
The physical constants are subject to normal manufacturing tolerances.
Further reference is made to "Explanatory notes".

APPLICATION DETAILS:
Application method:
Thinner (max. vol.):
Nozzle orifice:
Nozzle pressure:
Cleaning of tools:
Indicated film thickness, dry:
Indicated film thickness, wet:
Recoat interval, min:
Recoat interval, max:

Airless spray
Brush/roller
08080 (5%)
08080 (5%)
0.017"-0.021"
150 bar/2200 psi
(Airless spray data are indicative and subject to adjustment)
THINNER 08080
50 micron
125 micron
2 hours (20C)
None

Surface condition:

The surface should be stable, firm, dry and free of dust, sand, loose old paint, laitance,
dirt, grease and oil. It is recommended to apply a primer/sealer prior to the specified
filling procedure. Touch-up with primer/sealer on areas repaired with filler is
recommended prior to application of topcoats.

Filling:

HEMPEL'S CONTEX FILLER 36610.

Sealing:

HEMPEL'S CONTEX SEALER 26600 or HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC PRIMER/SEALER 26630.

Remarks:

Drying data is given on the assumption that proper ventilation is provided. To obtain the
best result, follow HEMPEL's recommended painting specifications for HEMPEL'S
CONTEX anticarbonation system. Please also see HEMPEL'S product information for
HEMPEL'S CONTEX 46600.

Note:

HEMPEL'S CONTEX SMOOTH 46600 is for professional use only.

Safety:

Handle with care. Before and during use, observe all safety labels on packaging and
paint containers, consult HEMPEL Material Safety Data Sheets and follow all local or
national safety regulation. Harmful or fatal if swallowed; immediately seek medical
assistance if swallowed. Avoid inhalation of possible solvent vapours or paint mist, as
well as paint contact with skin and eyes. Apply only in well ventilated areas and ensure
that adequate forced ventilation exists when applying paint in confined spaces or when
the air is stagnant. Always take precautions against the risks of fire and explosions.

This Product Data Sheet supersedes those previously issued. For definition and scope, see explanatory notes to applicable Product
Data Sheets. Data, specifications, directions and recommendations given in this data sheet represent only test results or experience
obtained under controlled or specially defined circumstances. Their accuracy, completeness or appropriateness under the actual
conditions of any intended use of the Products herein must be determined exclusively by the Buyer and/or User. The Products are
supplied and all technical assistance is given subject to HEMPEL's GENERAL CONDITIONS OF SALES, DELIVERY AND SERVICE, unless
otherwise expressly agreed in writing. The Manufacturer and Seller disclaim, and Buyer and/or User waive all claims involving, any
liability, including but not limited to negligence, except as expressed in said GENERAL CONDITIONS for all results, injury or direct or
consequential losses or damages arising from the use of the Products as recommended above, on the overleaf or otherwise. Product
data are subject to change without notice and become void five years from the date of issue.

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Product Data

HEMPEL'S W/B CONTEX SMOOTH 48600

Description:

Area of use:

HEMPEL'S W/B CONTEX SMOOTH 48600 is a waterborne alkali resistant pure acrylic
topcoat in HEMPEL'S W/B CONTEX anticarbonation system. The product is
water-repellent, but allows water vapour from the substrate to pass though the paint
film.
Exterior: Walls.

Substrates:

Concrete, masonry, cement rendering, asbestos, polyurethane foam, etc.

PHYSICAL CONSTANTS:
Colours/Shade nos:
Finish:
Volume solids:
Theoretical spreading rate:
Flash point:
Specific gravity:
Dry to touch:

White/10000 or according to HEMPEL's colour card.


Semi flat
49%
9.8 m2/litre - 50 micron*
>66C
1.3 kg/litre
2 hours (10C)
1 hour (20C)
30 minutes (40C)
*The theoretical spreading rate has been calculated for the stated volume solids and dry
film thickness.
A practical spreading rate will depend on the actual dry film thickness, the nature of the
substrate and the relevant consumption factor.
The physical constants are subject to normal manufacturing tolerances.
Further reference is made to "Explanatory notes".

APPLICATION DETAILS:
Application method:
Thinner (max. vol.):
Nozzle orifice:
Nozzle pressure:
Cleaning of tools:
Indicated film thickness, dry:
Indicated film thickness, wet:
Recoat interval, min:
Recoat interval, max:
Surface condition:

Airless spray
Brush/roller
Fresh water (5%)
Fresh water (5%)
0.023"-0.025"
150-180 bar / 2200-2600 psi
(Airless spray data are indicative and subject to adjustment)
Fresh water
50 micron
125 micron
4 hours (10C)
2 hours (20C)
1 hour (40C)
None
None
None
The surface should be stable, firm, dry and free of dust, sand, loose old paint, laitance,
dirt, grease and oil. It is recommended to apply a primer/sealer prior to the specified
filling procedure. Touch-up with primer/sealer on areas repaired with filler is
recommended prior to application of topcoats.

Filling:

HEMPEL'S CONTEX FILLER 36610 or HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC FILLER 38900.

Sealing:
Remarks:

HEMPEL'S PRIMER SEALER 28830.


Use only where application and drying can proceed at temperatures above 5C,
preferably above 10C. Other sealer/Filler types may be specified. Drying data is given
on the assumption that proper ventilation is provided.

Note:

HEMPEL'S W/B CONTEX SMOOTH 48600 is for professional use only.

Safety:

Handle with care. Before and during use, observe all safety labels on packaging and
paint containers, consult HEMPEL Material Safety Data Sheets and follow all local or
national safety regulation. Harmful or fatal if swallowed; immediately seek medical
assistance if swallowed. Avoid inhalation of possible solvent vapours or paint mist, as
well as paint contact with skin and eyes. Apply only in well ventilated areas and ensure
that adequate forced ventilation exists when applying paint in confined spaces or when
the air is stagnant. Always take precautions against the risks of fire and explosions.

This Product Data Sheet supersedes those previously issued. For definition and scope, see explanatory notes to applicable Product
Data Sheets. Data, specifications, directions and recommendations given in this data sheet represent only test results or experience
obtained under controlled or specially defined circumstances. Their accuracy, completeness or appropriateness under the actual
conditions of any intended use of the Products herein must be determined exclusively by the Buyer and/or User. The Products are
supplied and all technical assistance is given subject to HEMPEL's GENERAL CONDITIONS OF SALES, DELIVERY AND SERVICE, unless
otherwise expressly agreed in writing. The Manufacturer and Seller disclaim, and Buyer and/or User waive all claims involving, any
liability, including but not limited to negligence, except as expressed in said GENERAL CONDITIONS for all results, injury or direct or
consequential losses or damages arising from the use of the Products as recommended above, on the overleaf or otherwise. Product
data are subject to change without notice and become void five years from the date of issue.

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HEMPEL PAINTS (EMIRATES) L.L.C.

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Product Data

HEMPEL'S SMOOTH TEXTURE 48740

Description:

HEMPEL'S SMOOTH TEXTURE 48740 is a high-build, water-borne coating. The product


has non-drip properties and different patterns can be obtained by combining different
application tools. Must be recoated to obtain desired colour and gloss.

Area of use:

Interior and exterior: Walls, ceilings, partitions, etc.

Substrates:

Concrete, masonry, cement rendering, asbestos, etc.

PHYSICAL CONSTANTS:
Colours/Shade nos:
Finish:
Volume solids:
Theoretical spreading rate:
Flash point:
Specific gravity:
Dry to touch:

Off-white/11630
Flat
57%
5.7 m/litre - 100 micron*
> 66C
1.5 kg/litre
2 hours (20C)
*The theoretical spreading rate has been calculated for the stated volume solids and dry
film thickness.
A practical spreading rate will depend on the actual dry film thickness, the nature of the
substrate, and the relevant consumption factor.
The physical constants are subject to normal manufacturing tolerances.
Further reference is made to "Explanatory Notes".

APPLICATION DETAILS:
Application method:
Thinner (max.vol.):
Cleaning of tools:
Indicated film thickness, dry:
indicated film thickness, wet:
Recoat interval, min:
Recoat interval, max

Brush/roller
None
Fresh water
100 micron
180 micron
8 hours (10C)
None

Air-mix spray/Airless spray


None

4 hours (20C)
None

2 hours (40C)
None

Surface condition:

The surface should be stable, firm, dry and free of dust, sand, loose old paint, laitance,
dirt, grease and oil. It is recommended to apply a primer/sealer prior to the specified
filling procedure. Touch-up with primer/sealer on areas repaired with filler is
recommended prior to application of topcoats.

Filling:

HEMPEL'S CONTEX FILLER 36610 or HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC FILLER 38900

Sealing:

Transparent:
Opaque:

Remarks:

Use only where application and drying can proceed at temperatures above 5C,
preferably above 10C. Other sealer/filler types may be specified.
Drying data given is on the assumption that proper ventilation is provided.

Note:
SAFETY:

HEMPEL'S SMOOTH TEXTURE 48740 is for professional use only.


Handle with care. Before and during use, observe all safety labels on packaging and
paint containers, consult HEMPEL Material Safety Data Sheets and follow all local or
national safety regulations. Harmful or fatal if swallowed; immediately seek medical
assistance if swallowed. Avoid inhalation of possible solvent vapours or paint mist, as
well as paint contact with skin and eyes. Apply only in well ventilated areas and ensure
that adequate forced ventilation exists when applying paint in confined spaces or when
the air is stagnant. Always take precautions against the risks of fire and explosions.

HEMPEL'S BINDER/SEALER 09810


HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC PRIMER/SEALER 26630

This Product Data Sheet supersedes those previously issued. For definition and scope, see explanatory notes to applicable Product
Data Sheets. Data, specifications, directions and recommendations given in this data sheet represent only test results or experience
obtained under controlled or specially defined circumstances. Their accuracy, completeness or appropriateness under the actual
conditions of any intended use of the Products herein must be determined exclusively by the Buyer and/or User. The Products are
supplied and all technical assistance is given subject to HEMPEL's GENERAL CONDITIONS OF SALES, DELIVERY AND SERVICE, unless
otherwise expressly agreed in writing. The Manufacturer and Seller disclaim, and Buyer and/or User waive all claims involving, any
liability, including but not limited to negligence, except as expressed in said GENERAL CONDITIONS for all results, injury or direct or
consequential losses or damages arising from the use of the Products as recommended above, on the overleaf or otherwise. Product
data are subject to change without notice and become void five years from the date of issue.

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Product Data

HEMPEL'S GLOSS ENAMEL 52040

Description:

HEMPEL'S GLOSS ENAMEL 52040 is a superior alkyd topcoat available in a wide range
of colours. The product is ideally suited for kitchens and bathrooms, doors, window
frames, furniture and woodwork in general. Also ideal for metal surfaces. Approved
according to SASO standard 472-1986, gloss enamel for interior and exterior surfaces.

Area of use:

Interior and exterior.

Substrates:

Metal surfaces, woodwork, fibre-boards, etc.

PHYSICAL CONSTANTS:
Colours/Shade nos:
Finish:
Volume solids:
Theoretical spreading rate:
Flash point:
Specific gravity:
Dry to touch:

APPLICATION DETAILS:
Application method:
Thinner (max. vol.):
Cleaning of tools:
Indicated film thickness, dry:
Indicated film thickness, wet:
Recoat interval, min:
Recoat interval, max:

White/10000 or according to HEMPEL's colour card


High gloss
46%
15.3 m/litre - 30 micron*
38C
1.1 kg/litre
6 hours (20C)
*The theoretical spreading rate has been calculated for the stated volume solids and dry
film thickness.
A practical spreading rate will depend on the actual dry film thickness, the nature of the
substrate, and the relevant consumption factor.
The physical constants are subject to normal manufacturing tolerances.
Further reference is made to "Explanatory Notes".
Brush/roller
08230 or 08110(5%) 08230 (15%)
THINNER 08230 or 08110
30 micron
75 micron
8 hours (20C)
None

Conventional spray
08230 (5%)

Airless spray

Surface condition:

The surface should be stable, firm, dry and free of dust, sand, loose old paint, dirt,
grease and oil. It is recommended to apply a primer prior to the specified filling
procedure. Touch-up with primer on areas repaired with filler is recommended prior to
application of topcoats.

Filling:

HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC FILLER 38900.

Primer:

On ferrous metal:
On wood:

Remarks:

Other primer/filler types may be specified.


Drying data given is on the assumption that proper ventilation is provided.
HEMPEL'S GLOSS ENAMEL 52040 is for professional use only.
Handle with care. Before and during use, observe all safety labels on packaging and
paint containers, consult HEMPEL Material Safety Data Sheets and follow all local or
national safety regulations. Harmful or fatal if swallowed; immediately seek medical
assistance if swallowed. Avoid inhalation of possible solvent vapours or paint mist, as
well as paint contact with skin and eyes. Apply only in well ventilated areas and ensure
that adequate forced ventilation exists when applying paint in confined spaces or when
the air is stagnant. Always take precautions against the risks of fire and explosions.

Note:
SAFETY:

HEMPALIN PRIMER 12050


HEMPEL'S ALKYD UNDERCOAT 22460

This Product Data Sheet supersedes those previously issued. For definition and scope, see explanatory notes to applicable Product
Data Sheets. Data, specifications, directions and recommendations given in this data sheet represent only test results or experience
obtained under controlled or specially defined circumstances. Their accuracy, completeness or appropriateness under the actual
conditions of any intended use of the Products herein must be determined exclusively by the Buyer and/or User. The Products are
supplied and all technical assistance is given subject to HEMPEL's GENERAL CONDITIONS OF SALES, DELIVERY AND SERVICE, unless
otherwise expressly agreed in writing. The Manufacturer and Seller disclaim, and Buyer and/or User waive all claims involving, any
liability, including but not limited to negligence, except as expressed in said GENERAL CONDITIONS for all results, injury or direct or
consequential losses or damages arising from the use of the Products as recommended above, on the overleaf or otherwise. Product
data are subject to change without notice and become void five years from the date of issue.

Reissued by:

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HEMPEL PAINTS (EMIRATES) L.L.C.

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HEMPEL'S FLAT ENAMEL 52060

Description:

HEMPEL'S FLAT ENAMEL 52060 is a superior alkyd topcoat. The product is ideally
suited for kitchens and bathrooms, doors, window frames, furniture and woodwork in
general. Also ideal for metal surfaces.

Area of use:

Interior and exterior.

Substrates:

Metal surfaces, woodwork, fibre-boards, etc.

PHYSICAL CONSTANTS:
Colours/Shade nos:
Finish:
Volume solids:
Theoretical spreading rate:
Flash point:
Specific gravity:
Dry to touch:

White/10000 or according to HEMPEL's colour card


Flat
40%
13.3 m/litre - 30 micron*
38C
1.2 kg/litre
2 hours (20C )
*The theoretical spreading rate has been calculated for the stated volume solids and dry
film thickness.
A practical spreading rate will depend on the actual dry film thickness, the nature of the
substrate, and the relevant consumption factor.
The physical constants are subject to normal manufacturing tolerances.
Further reference is made to "Explanatory Notes".

APPLICATION DETAILS:
Application method:
Thinner (max. vol.):
Cleaning of tools:
Indicated film thickness, dry:
indicated film thickness, wet:
Recoat interval, min:
Recoat interval, max:

Brush/roller
Conventional spray
08230 or 08110(5%) 08230 (15%)
THINNER 08230 or 08110
30 micron
75 micron
8 hours (20C)
None

Airless spray
08230 (5%)

Surface condition:

The surface should be stable, firm, dry and free of dust, sand, loose old paint, dirt,
grease and oil. It is recommended to apply a primer/sealer prior to the specified filling
procedure. Touch-up with primer/sealer on areas repaired with filler is recommended
prior to application of topcoats.

Filling:

HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC FILLER 38900.

Primer:

On ferrous metal:
On wood:

Remarks:

Other primer/filler types may be specified.


Drying data given is on the assumption that proper ventilation is provided.
HEMPEL'S FLAT ENAMEL 52060 is for professional use only.

Note:
SAFETY:

HEMPALIN PRIMER 12050


HEMPEL'S PRIMER/UNDERCOAT 22460

Handle with care. Before and during use, observe all safety labels on packaging and
paint containers, consult HEMPEL Material Safety Data Sheets and follow all local or
national safety regulations. Harmful or fatal if swallowed; immediately seek medical
assistance if swallowed. Avoid inhalation of possible solvent vapours or paint mist, as
well as paint contact with skin and eyes. Apply only in well ventilated areas and ensure
that adequate forced ventilation exists when applying paint in confined spaces or when
the air is stagnant. Always take precautions against the risks of fire and explosions.

This Product Data Sheet supersedes those previously issued. For definition and scope, see explanatory notes to applicable Product
Data Sheets. Data, specifications, directions and recommendations given in this data sheet represent only test results or experience
obtained under controlled or specially defined circumstances. Their accuracy, completeness or appropriateness under the actual
conditions of any intended use of the Products herein must be determined exclusively by the Buyer and/or User. The Products are
supplied and all technical assistance is given subject to HEMPEL's GENERAL CONDITIONS OF SALES, DELIVERY AND SERVICE, unless
otherwise expressly agreed in writing. The Manufacturer and Seller disclaim, and Buyer and/or User waive all claims involving, any
liability, including but not limited to negligence, except as expressed in said GENERAL CONDITIONS for all results, injury or direct or
consequential losses or damages arising from the use of the Products as recommended above, on the overleaf or otherwise. Product
data are subject to change without notice and become void five years from the date of issue.

Reissued by:

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HEMPEL PAINTS (EMIRATES) L.L.C.

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HEMPEL'S SEMI-GLOSS ENAMEL 52080

Description:

HEMPEL'S SEMI-GLOSS ENAMEL 52080 is a superior alkyd topcoat. The product is


ideally suited for kitchens and bathrooms, doors, window frames, furniture and
woodwork in general. Also ideal for metal surfaces.

Area of use:

Interior and exterior.

Substrates:

Metal surfaces, woodwork, fibre-boards, etc.

PHYSICAL CONSTANTS:
Colours/Shade nos:
Finish:
Volume solids:
Theoretical spreading rate:
Flash point:
Specific gravity:
Dry to touch:

White/10000 or according to HEMPEL's colour card


Semi-gloss
46%
15.3 m/litre - 30 micron*
38C
1.2 kg/litre
4 hours (20C )
*The theoretical spreading rate has been calculated for the stated volume solids and dry
film thickness.
A practical spreading rate will depend on the actual dry film thickness, the nature of the
substrate, and the relevant consumption factor.
The physical constants are subject to normal manufacturing tolerances.
Further reference is made to "Explanatory Notes".

APPLICATION DETAILS:
Application method:
Thinner (max. vol.):
Cleaning of tools:
Indicated film thickness, dry:
Indicated film thickness, wet:
Recoat interval, min:
Recoat interval, max:

Brush/roller
Conventional spray
08230 or 08110 (5%)
THINNER 08230 or 08110
30 micron
75 micron
8 hours (20C)
None

Airless spray
08230 (15%)

08230 (5%)

Surface condition:

The surface should be stable, firm, dry and free of dust, sand, loose old paint, dirt,
grease and oil. It is recommended to apply a primer prior to the specified filling
procedure. Touch-up with primer on areas repaired with filler is recommended prior to
application of topcoats

Filling:

HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC FILLER 38900.

Primer:

On ferrous metal:
On wood:

Remarks:

Other primer/filler types may be specified.


Drying data given is on the assumption that proper ventilation is provided.

Note:

HEMPEL'S SEMI-GLOSS ENAMEL 52080 is for professional use only.

SAFETY:

Handle with care. Before and during use, observe all safety labels on packaging and
paint containers, consult HEMPEL Material Safety Data Sheets and follow all local or
national safety regulations. Harmful or fatal if swallowed; immediately seek medical
assistance if swallowed. Avoid inhalation of possible solvent vapours or paint mist, as
well as paint contact with skin and eyes. Apply only in well ventilated areas and ensure
that adequate forced ventilation exists when applying paint in confined spaces or when
the air is stagnant. Always take precautions against the risks of fire and explosions.

HEMPALIN PRIMER 12050


HEMPEL'S PRIMER/UNDERCOAT 22460

This Product Data Sheet supersedes those previously issued. For definition and scope, see explanatory notes to applicable Product
Data Sheets. Data, specifications, directions and recommendations given in this data sheet represent only test results or experience
obtained under controlled or specially defined circumstances. Their accuracy, completeness or appropriateness under the actual
conditions of any intended use of the Products herein must be determined exclusively by the Buyer and/or User. The Products are
supplied and all technical assistance is given subject to HEMPEL's GENERAL CONDITIONS OF SALES, DELIVERY AND SERVICE, unless
otherwise expressly agreed in writing. The Manufacturer and Seller disclaim, and Buyer and/or User waive all claims involving, any
liability, including but not limited to negligence, except as expressed in said GENERAL CONDITIONS for all results, injury or direct or
consequential losses or damages arising from the use of the Products as recommended above, on the overleaf or otherwise. Product
data are subject to change without notice and become void five years from the date of issue.

Reissued by:

HEMPEL PAINTS (QATAR) W.L.L. &


HEMPEL PAINTS (EMIRATES) L.L.C.

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HEMPEL'S METALLIC PAINT 52410

Description:

HEMPEL'S METALLIC PAINT is a superior alkyd topcoat. The product is highly pigmented
with micaceous iron oxide (MIO) to provide a special metallic textured finish.

Area of use:

Interior and exterior.

Substrates:

Metal surfaces, woodwork, fibre-boards, etc.

PHYSICAL CONSTANTS:
Colours/Shade nos:
Finish:
Volume solids:
Theoretical spreading rate:
Flash point:
Specific gravity:
Dry to touch:

Black/12650 - Light grey/12660


Flat
55%
13.8 m/litre - 40 micron*
41C
1.7 kg/litre
6 hours (20C)
*The theoretical spreading rate has been calculated for the stated volume solids and dry
film thickness.
A practical spreading rate will depend on the actual dry film thickness, the nature of the
substrate, and the relevant consumption factor.
The physical constants are subject to normal manufacturing tolerances.
Further reference is made to "Explanatory Notes".

APPLICATION DETAILS:
Application method:
Thinner (max. vol.):
Cleaning of tools:
Indicated film thickness, dry:
indicated film thickness, wet:
Recoat interval, min:
Recoat interval, max:

Brush/roller
08230 or 08110(5%)
THINNER 08230 or 08110
40 micron
75 micron
12 hours (20C)
None

Surface condition:

The surface should be stable, firm, dry and free of dust, sand, loose old paint, dirt,
grease and oil. It is recommended to apply a primer/sealer prior to the specified filling
procedure. Touch-up with primer/sealer on areas repaired with filler is recommended
prior to application of topcoats.

Filling:

HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC FILLER 38900.

Primer:

On ferrous metal:
On wood:

Remarks:

Other primer/filler types may be specified.


Drying data given is on the assumption that proper ventilation is provided.
HEMPEL'S METALLIC PAINT 52410 is for professional use only.

Note:
Safety:

HEMPALIN PRIMER 12050


HEMPEL'S ALKYD UNDERCOAT 22460

Handle with care. Before and during use, observe all safety labels on packaging and
paint containers, consult HEMPEL Material Safety Data Sheets and follow all local or
national safety regulations. Harmful or fatal if swallowed; immediately seek medical
assistance if swallowed. Avoid inhalation of possible solvent vapours or paint mist, as
well as paint contact with skin and eyes. Apply only in well ventilated areas and ensure
that adequate forced ventilation exists when applying paint in confined spaces or when
the air is stagnant. Always take precautions against the risks of fire and explosions.

This Product Data Sheet supersedes those previously issued. For definition and scope, see explanatory notes to applicable Product
Data Sheets. Data, specifications, directions and recommendations given in this data sheet represent only test results or experience
obtained under controlled or specially defined circumstances. Their accuracy, completeness or appropriateness under the actual
conditions of any intended use of the Products herein must be determined exclusively by the Buyer and/or User. The Products are
supplied and all technical assistance is given subject to HEMPEL's GENERAL CONDITIONS OF SALES, DELIVERY AND SERVICE, unless
otherwise expressly agreed in writing. The Manufacturer and Seller disclaim, and Buyer and/or User waive all claims involving, any
liability, including but not limited to negligence, except as expressed in said GENERAL CONDITIONS for all results, injury or direct or
consequential losses or damages arising from the use of the Products as recommended above, on the overleaf or otherwise. Product
data are subject to change without notice and become void five years from the date of issue.

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HEMPALUX* GLOSS 52940

Description:

HEMPALUX GLOSS 52940 is a superior alkyd topcoat with improved colour retention.
The product is ideally suited for doors, window frames, furniture and woodwork in
general where a high quality finish is required. Also ideal for primed metal surfaces. The
product has excellent hiding power and is easy to apply.

Area of use:

Interior and exterior.

Substrates:

Metal surfaces, woodwork, fibre-boards, etc.

PHYSICAL CONSTANTS:
Colours/Shade nos:
Finish:
Volume solids:
Theoretical spreading rate:
Flash point:
Specific gravity:
Dry to touch:

White/14800 or according to HEMPEL's colour card


High gloss
43%
14.3 m/litre - 30 micron*
33C
1.2 kg/litre
4 hours (20C)
*The theoretical spreading rate has been calculated for the stated volume solids and dry
film thickness.
A practical spreading rate will depend on the actual dry film thickness, the nature of the
substrate, and the relevant consumption factor.
The physical constants are subject to normal manufacturing tolerances.
Further reference is made to "Explanatory Notes".

APPLICATION DETAILS:
Application method:
Thinner (max. vol.):
Cleaning of tools:
Indicated film thickness, dry:
Indicated film thickness, wet:
Recoat interval, min:
Recoat interval, max:

Brush/roller
Conventional spray
08230 or 08110(5%)
08230 (15%)
THINNER 08230 or 08110
30 micron
75 micron
8 hours (20C)
None

Airless spray
08230 (5%)

Surface condition:

The surface should be stable, firm, dry and free of dust, sand, loose old paint, dirt,
grease and oil. It is recommended to apply a primer prior to the specified filling
procedure. Touch-up with primer on areas repaired with filler is recommended prior to
application of topcoats.

Filling:

HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC FILLER 38900.

Primer:

On ferrous metal:
On wood:

Remarks:

Other primer/filler types may be specified.


Drying data given is on the assumption that proper ventilation is provided.
HEMPALUX GLOSS 52940 is for professional use only.

Note:
Safety:

HEMPALIN PRIMER 12050


HEMPEL'S ALKYD UNDERCOAT 22460

Handle with care. Before and during use, observe all safety labels on packaging and
paint containers, consult HEMPEL Material Safety Data Sheets and follow all local or
national safety regulations. Harmful or fatal if swallowed; immediately seek medical
assistance if swallowed. Avoid inhalation of possible solvent vapours or paint mist, as
well as paint contact with skin and eyes. Apply only in well ventilated areas and ensure
that adequate forced ventilation exists when applying paint in confined spaces or when
the air is stagnant. Always take precautions against the risks of fire and explosions.

This Product Data Sheet supersedes those previously issued. For definition and scope, see explanatory notes to applicable Product
Data Sheets. Data, specifications, directions and recommendations given in this data sheet represent only test results or experience
obtained under controlled or specially defined circumstances. Their accuracy, completeness or appropriateness under the actual
conditions of any intended use of the Products herein must be determined exclusively by the Buyer and/or User. The Products are
supplied and all technical assistance is given subject to HEMPEL's GENERAL CONDITIONS OF SALES, DELIVERY AND SERVICE, unless
otherwise expressly agreed in writing. The Manufacturer and Seller disclaim, and Buyer and/or User waive all claims involving, any
liability, including but not limited to negligence, except as expressed in said GENERAL CONDITIONS for all results, injury or direct or
consequential losses or damages arising from the use of the Products as recommended above, on the overleaf or otherwise. Product
data are subject to change without notice and become void five years from the date of issue.

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HEMPEL PAINTS (EMIRATES) L.L.C.

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HEMPALUXSEMI-GLOSS 52980

Description:

HEMPALUX SEMI-GLOSS 52980 is a superior alkyd topcoat with improved colour


retention. The product is ideally suited for doors, window frames, furniture and
woodwork in general where a high quality finish is required. Also ideal for primed metal
surfaces. The product has excellent hiding power and is easy to apply.

Area of use:

Interior and exterior.

Substrates:

Metal surfaces, woodwork, fibre-boards, etc.

PHYSICAL CONSTANTS:
Colours/Shade nos:
Finish:
Volume solids:
Theoretical spreading rate:
Flash point:
Specific gravity:
Dry to touch:

White/14900 or according to HEMPEL's colour card


Semi-gloss
48%
16.0 m/litre - 30 micron*
38C
1.4 kg/litre
2 hours (20C )
*The theoretical spreading rate has been calculated for the stated volume solids and dry
film thickness.
A practical spreading rate will depend on the actual dry film thickness, the nature of the
substrate, and the relevant consumption factor.
The physical constants are subject to normal manufacturing tolerances.
Further reference is made to "Explanatory Notes".

APPLICATION DETAILS:
Application method:
Thinner (max. vol.):
Cleaning of tools:
Indicated film thickness, dry:
Indicated film thickness, wet:
Recoat interval, min:
Recoat interval, max:

Brush/roller
Conventional spray
08230 or 08110 (5%) 08230 (15%)
THINNER 08230 or 08110
30 micron
75 micron
4 hours (20C)
None

Airless spray
08230 (5%)

Surface condition:

The surface should be stable, firm, dry and free of dust, sand, loose old paint, dirt,
grease and oil. It is recommended to apply a primer prior to the specified filling
procedure. Touch-up with primer on areas repaired with filler is recommended prior to
application of topcoats

Filling:

HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC FILLER 38900.

Primer:

On ferrous metal:
On wood:

Remarks:

Other primer/filler types may be specified.


Drying data given is on the assumption that proper ventilation is provided.

Note:

HEMPALUX SEMI-GLOSS 52980 is for professional use only.

Safety:

Handle with care. Before and during use, observe all safety labels on packaging and
paint containers, consult HEMPEL Material Safety Data Sheets and follow all local or
national safety regulations. Harmful or fatal if swallowed; immediately seek medical
assistance if swallowed. Avoid inhalation of possible solvent vapours or paint mist, as
well as paint contact with skin and eyes. Apply only in well ventilated areas and ensure
that adequate forced ventilation exists when applying paint in confined spaces or when
the air is stagnant. Always take precautions against the risks of fire and explosions.

HEMPALIN PRIMER 12050


HEMPEL'S ALKYD UNDERCOAT 22460

This Product Data Sheet supersedes those previously issued. For definition and scope, see explanatory notes to applicable Product
Data Sheets. Data, specifications, directions and recommendations given in this data sheet represent only test results or experience
obtained under controlled or specially defined circumstances. Their accuracy, completeness or appropriateness under the actual
conditions of any intended use of the Products herein must be determined exclusively by the Buyer and/or User. The Products are
supplied and all technical assistance is given subject to HEMPEL's GENERAL CONDITIONS OF SALES, DELIVERY AND SERVICE, unless
otherwise expressly agreed in writing. The Manufacturer and Seller disclaim, and Buyer and/or User waive all claims involving, any
liability, including but not limited to negligence, except as expressed in said GENERAL CONDITIONS for all results, injury or direct or
consequential losses or damages arising from the use of the Products as recommended above, on the overleaf or otherwise. Product
data are subject to change without notice and become void five years from the date of issue.

Reissued by:

HEMPEL PAINTS (QATAR) W.L.L. &


HEMPEL PAINTS (EMIRATES) L.L.C.

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HEMPATHANE* ENAMEL 55100

Description:

CURING AGENT 95370

HEMPATHANE ENAMEL 55100 is a two-component, acrylic polyurethane enamel with


excellent gloss and colour retention. The product has good resistance to water, impact
and abrasion. Easy to clean.

Area of use:

Interior and exterior: Walls.

Substrates:

Concrete, masonry, cement rendering, asbestos, etc.

PHYSICAL CONSTANTS:
Colours/Shade nos:
Finish:
Volume solids:
Theoretical spreading rate:
Flash point:
Specific gravity:
Dry to touch:
Fully cured:

White/10000 or according to HEMPEL's colour card


High-gloss
52%
14.9 m2/litre - 35 micron*
31C
1.3 kg/litre
4-5 hours (20C)
7 days at 20C
*The theoretical spreading rate has been calculated for the stated volume solids and dry
film thickness.
A practical spreading rate will depend on the actual dry film thickness, the nature of the
substrate and the relevant consumption factor.
The physical constants are subject to normal manufacturing tolerances.
Further reference is made to "Explanatory notes".

APPLICATION DETAILS:
Mixing ratio for 55100:
Application method:
Thinner (max. vol.):
Pot life:
Cleaning of tools:
Indicated film thickness, dry:
Indicated film thickness, wet:
Recoat interval, min:
Recoat interval, max:

Base 55109 : Curing


Brush/roller
08080 (5%)
2 hours (20C)
THINNER 08080
35 micron
75 micron
8 hours (20C)
None

agent 95370
Conventional spray
08080 (25%)
hour (40C)

7 : 1 by volume
(see REMARKS below)

Surface condition:

The surface should be stable, firm, dry and free of dust, sand, loose old paint, laitance,
dirt, grease and oil. It is recommended to apply a primer/sealer prior to the specified
filling procedure. Touch-up with primer/sealer on areas repaired with filler is
recommended prior to application of topcoats.

Filling:

HEMPEL'S EPOXY FILLER 35230.

Sealing:

HEMPEL'S EPOXY SEALER 05990.

Remarks:

Drying data is given on the assumption that proper ventilation is provided. When applying
HEMPATHANE ENAMEL 55100 by spray, thinning is recommended to obtain the best
possible finish. The necessary amount of thinning will depend on the actual conditions.
Curing agent 95370 is sensitive to moisture. Store in a dry place and keep cans tightly
closed until use. Open cans with caution due to possible high pressure. Even small
traces of water in the mixed paint will reduce pot life and result in film defects.
HEMPATHANE ENAMEL 55100 is for professional use only.
Handle with care. Before and during use, observe all safety labels on packaging and
paint containers, consult HEMPEL Material Safety Data Sheets and follow all local or
national safety regulation. Harmful or fatal if swallowed; immediately seek medical
assistance if swallowed. Avoid inhalation of possible solvent vapours or paint mist, as
well as paint contact with skin and eyes. Apply only in well ventilated areas and ensure
that adequate forced ventilation exists when applying paint in confined spaces or when
the air is stagnant. Always take precautions against the risks of fire and explosions.

Note:

Safety:

This Product Data Sheet supersedes those previously issued. For definition and scope, see explanatory notes to applicable Product
Data Sheets. Data, specifications, directions and recommendations given in this data sheet represent only test results or experience
obtained under controlled or specially defined circumstances. Their accuracy, completeness or appropriateness under the actual
conditions of any intended use of the Products herein must be determined exclusively by the Buyer and/or User. The Products are
supplied and all technical assistance is given subject to HEMPEL's GENERAL CONDITIONS OF SALES, DELIVERY AND SERVICE, unless
otherwise expressly agreed in writing. The Manufacturer and Seller disclaim, and Buyer and/or User waive all claims involving, any
liability, including but not limited to negligence, except as expressed in said GENERAL CONDITIONS for all results, injury or direct or
consequential losses or damages arising from the use of the Products as recommended above, on the overleaf or otherwise. Product
data are subject to change without notice and become void five years from the date of issue.

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HEMPATHANE* TOPCOAT 55210

Description:

CURING AGENT 95370

HEMPATHANE TOPCOAT 55210 is a two-component, acrylic polyurethane coating with


good gloss and colour retention. The product has good resistance to water, impact and
abrasion. Easy to clean.

Area of use:

Interior and exterior: Walls.

Substrates:

Concrete, masonry, cement rendering, asbestos, etc.

PHYSICAL CONSTANTS:
Colours/Shade nos:
Finish:
Volume solids:
Theoretical spreading rate:
Flash point:
Specific gravity:
Dry to touch:
Fully cured:

White/10000 or according to HEMPEL's colour card


Semi-gloss
52%
10.4 m2/litre - 50 micron*
25C
1.2 kg/litre
8 hours (20C)
7 days at 20C
*The theoretical spreading rate has been calculated for the stated volume solids and dry
film thickness. A practical spreading rate will depend on the actual dry film thickness, the
nature of the substrate and the relevant consumption factor.
The physical constants are subject to normal manufacturing tolerances.
Further reference is made to "Explanatory notes".

APPLICATION DETAILS:
Mixing ratio for 55210:
Application method:
Thinner (max. vol.):
Pot life:
Cleaning of tools:
Indicated film thickness, dry:
Indicated film thickness, wet:
Recoat interval, min:
Recoat interval, max:

Base 55219 : Curing


Brush/roller
08080 (5%)
2 hours (20C)
THINNER 08080
50 micron
100 micron
8 hours (20C)
None

agent 95370
Conventional spray
08080 (25%)
hour (40C)

7 : 1 by volume
(see REMARKS below)

Surface condition:

The surface should be stable, firm, dry and free of dust, sand, loose old paint, laitance,
dirt, grease and oil. It is recommended to apply a primer/sealer prior to the specified
filling procedure. Touch-up with primer/sealer on areas repaired with filler is
recommended prior to application of topcoats.

Filling:

HEMPEL'S EPOXY FILLER 35230.

Sealing:

HEMPEL'S EPOXY SEALER 05990.

Remarks:

Drying data is given on the assumption that proper ventilation is provided. When applying
HEMPATHANE TOPCOAT 55210 by spray, thinning is recommended to obtain the best
possible finish. The necessary amount of thinning will depend on the actual conditions.

Note:

Curing agent 95370 is sensitive to moisture. Store in a dry place and keep cans tightly
closed until use. Open cans with caution due to possible high pressure. Even small
traces of water in the mixed paint will reduce pot life and result in film defects.
HEMPATHANE TOPCOAT 55210 is for professional use only.
Handle with care. Before and during use, observe all safety labels on packaging and
paint containers, consult HEMPEL Material Safety Data Sheets and follow all local or
national safety regulation. Harmful or fatal if swallowed; immediately seek medical
assistance if swallowed. Avoid inhalation of possible solvent vapours or paint mist, as
well as paint contact with skin and eyes. Apply only in well ventilated areas and ensure
that adequate forced ventilation exists when applying paint in confined spaces or when
the air is stagnant. Always take precautions against the risks of fire and explosions.

Safety:

This Product Data Sheet supersedes those previously issued. For definition and scope, see explanatory notes to applicable Product
Data Sheets. Data, specifications, directions and recommendations given in this data sheet represent only test results or experience
obtained under controlled or specially defined circumstances. Their accuracy, completeness or appropriateness under the actual
conditions of any intended use of the Products herein must be determined exclusively by the Buyer and/or User. The Products are
supplied and all technical assistance is given subject to HEMPEL's GENERAL CONDITIONS OF SALES, DELIVERY AND SERVICE, unless
otherwise expressly agreed in writing. The Manufacturer and Seller disclaim, and Buyer and/or User waive all claims involving, any
liability, including but not limited to negligence, except as expressed in said GENERAL CONDITIONS for all results, injury or direct or
consequential losses or damages arising from the use of the Products as recommended above, on the overleaf or otherwise. Product
data are subject to change without notice and become void five years from the date of issue.

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HEMPEL PAINTS (EMIRATES) L.L.C.

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HEMPATEX* ENAMEL 56360

Description:

HEMPATEX ENAMEL 56360 is an acrylic finishing coat with good resistance to UV light.
Has good colour and gloss retention. Ideal as a topcoat in HEMPATEX and HEMPADUR
systems. Can be used on alkaline substrates. Available in a wide range of colours.

Area of use:

Interior and exterior: Walls.

Substrates:

Concrete, masonry, cement rendering, asbestos, etc.

PHYSICAL CONSTANTS:
Colours/Shade nos:
Finish:
Volume solids:
Theoretical spreading rate:
Flash point:
Specific gravity:
Dry to touch:

White/10000 or according to HEMPEL's colour card


Semi-gloss
32%
9.1 m2/litre - 35 micron*
25C
1.1 kg/litre
3-4 hours (20C)
*The theoretical spreading rate has been calculated for the stated volume solids and dry
film thickness.
A practical spreading rate will depend on the actual dry film thickness, the nature of the
substrate and the relevant consumption factor.
The physical constants are subject to normal manufacturing tolerances.
Further reference is made to "Explanatory notes".

APPLICATION DETAILS:
Application method:
Thinner (max. vol.):
Cleaning of tools:
Indicated film thickness, dry:
Indicated film thickness, wet:
Recoat interval, min:
Recoat interval, max:

Brush/roller
08080 (5%)
THINNER 08080
35 micron
100 micron
4 hours (20C)
None

Conventional spray
08080 (15%)

Surface condition:

The surface should be stable, firm, dry and free of dust, sand, loose old paint, laitance,
dirt, grease and oil. It is recommended to apply a primer/sealer prior to the specified
filling procedure. Touch-up with primer/sealer on areas repaired with filler is
recommended prior to application of topcoats.

Filling:

HEMPEL'S CONTEX FILLER 36610 or HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC FILLER 38900.

Sealing:

HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC PRIMER/SEALER 26630.

Remarks:

Drying data is given on the assumption that proper ventilation is provided. As HEMPATEX
ENAMEL 56360 is a thermoplastic product, prolonged direct contact at temperatures
above approx. 40C may cause film indentation. When the temperature drops below, the
mechanical strength is recovered.
HEMPATEX ENAMEL 56360 is for professional use only.

Note:
Safety:

Handle with care. Before and during use, observe all safety labels on packaging and
paint containers, consult HEMPEL Material Safety Data Sheets and follow all local or
national safety regulation. Harmful or fatal if swallowed; immediately seek medical
assistance if swallowed. Avoid inhalation of possible solvent vapours or paint mist, as
well as paint contact with skin and eyes. Apply only in well ventilated areas and ensure
that adequate forced ventilation exists when applying paint in confined spaces or when
the air is stagnant. Always take precautions against the risks of fire and explosions.

This Product Data Sheet supersedes those previously issued. For definition and scope, see explanatory notes to applicable Product
Data Sheets. Data, specifications, directions and recommendations given in this data sheet represent only test results or experience
obtained under controlled or specially defined circumstances. Their accuracy, completeness or appropriateness under the actual
conditions of any intended use of the Products herein must be determined exclusively by the Buyer and/or User. The Products are
supplied and all technical assistance is given subject to HEMPEL's GENERAL CONDITIONS OF SALES, DELIVERY AND SERVICE, unless
otherwise expressly agreed in writing. The Manufacturer and Seller disclaim, and Buyer and/or User waive all claims involving, any
liability, including but not limited to negligence, except as expressed in said GENERAL CONDITIONS for all results, injury or direct or
consequential losses or damages arising from the use of the Products as recommended above, on the overleaf or otherwise. Product
data are subject to change without notice and become void five years from the date of issue.

Reissued by:

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HEMPEL PAINTS (EMIRATES) L.L.C.

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HEMPEL'S CONTEX FINE 56610

Description:

HEMPEL'S CONTEX FINE 56610 is an alkali resistant, acrylic topcoat in HEMPEL'S


CONTEX anticarbonation system. The product is water-repellent, but allows water vapour
from the substrate to pass through the paint film. The product has an attractive fine
granular textured finish.

Area of use:

Exterior: Walls.

Substrates:

Concrete, masonry, cement rendering, asbestos, etc.

PHYSICAL CONSTANTS:
Colours/Shade nos:
Finish:
Volume solids:
Theoretical spreading rate:
Flash point:
Specific gravity:
Dry to touch:

White/10000 or according to HEMPEL's colour card


Flat
57%
3.8 m2/litre - 150 micron*
25C
1.6 kg/litre
2 hours (20C)
*The theoretical spreading rate has been calculated for the stated volume solids and dry
film thickness.
A practical spreading rate will depend on the actual dry film thickness, the nature of the
substrate and the relevant consumption factor.
The physical constants are subject to normal manufacturing tolerances.
Further reference is made to "Explanatory notes".

APPLICATION DETAILS:
Application method:
Thinner (max. vol.):
Cleaning of tools:
Indicated film thickness, dry:
Indicated film thickness, wet:
Recoat interval, min:
Recoat interval, max:

Conventional spray
08080 (5%)
THINNER 08080
150 micron
250 micron
2 hours (20C)
None

Hopper Gun
08080 (5%)

Brush/roller (small areas)


08080 (15%)

Surface condition:

The surface should be stable, firm, dry and free of dust, sand, loose old paint, laitance,
dirt, grease and oil. It is recommended to apply a primer/sealer prior to the specified
filling procedure. Touch-up with primer/sealer on areas repaired with filler is
recommended prior to application of topcoats.

Filling:

HEMPEL'S CONTEX FILLER 36610.

Sealing:

HEMPEL'S CONTEX SEALER 26600 or HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC PRIMER/SEALER 26630.

Intermediate coat:

HEMPEL'S CONTEX SMOOTH 46600.

Remarks:
Note:

Drying data is given on the assumption that proper ventilation is provided.


HEMPEL'S CONTEX FINE 56610 is for professional use only.

Safety:

Handle with care. Before and during use, observe all safety labels on packaging and
paint containers, consult HEMPEL Material Safety Data Sheets and follow all local or
national safety regulation. Harmful or fatal if swallowed; immediately seek medical
assistance if swallowed. Avoid inhalation of possible solvent vapours or paint mist, as
well as paint contact with skin and eyes. Apply only in well ventilated areas and ensure
that adequate forced ventilation exists when applying paint in confined spaces or when
the air is stagnant. Always take precautions against the risks of fire and explosions.

This Product Data Sheet supersedes those previously issued. For definition and scope, see explanatory notes to applicable Product
Data Sheets. Data, specifications, directions and recommendations given in this data sheet represent only test results or experience
obtained under controlled or specially defined circumstances. Their accuracy, completeness or appropriateness under the actual
conditions of any intended use of the Products herein must be determined exclusively by the Buyer and/or User. The Products are
supplied and all technical assistance is given subject to HEMPEL's GENERAL CONDITIONS OF SALES, DELIVERY AND SERVICE, unless
otherwise expressly agreed in writing. The Manufacturer and Seller disclaim, and Buyer and/or User waive all claims involving, any
liability, including but not limited to negligence, except as expressed in said GENERAL CONDITIONS for all results, injury or direct or
consequential losses or damages arising from the use of the Products as recommended above, on the overleaf or otherwise. Product
data are subject to change without notice and become void five years from the date of issue.

Reissued by:

HEMPEL PAINTS (QATAR) W.L.L. &


HEMPEL PAINTS (EMIRATES) L.L.C.

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HEMPEL'S CONTEX MEDIUM 56620

Description:

HEMPEL'S CONTEX MEDIUM 56620 is a topcoat in HEMPEL'S CONTEX anticarbonation


system. The product is water-repellent, but allows water vapour from the substrate to
pass through the paint film. HEMPEL'S CONTEX MEDIUM 56620 has an attractive
medium granular texture.

Area of use:

Exterior: Walls.

Substrates:

Concrete, masonry, cement rendering, asbestos, etc.

PHYSICAL CONSTANTS:
Colours/Shade nos:
Finish:
Volume solids:
Theoretical spreading rate:
Flash point:
Specific gravity:
Dry to touch:

White/10000 or according to HEMPEL's colour card


Flat
61%
2.0 m2/litre - 300 micron*
25C
1.7 kg/litre
2 hours (20C)
*The theoretical spreading rate has been calculated for the stated volume solids and dry
film thickness.
A practical spreading rate will depend on the actual dry film thickness, the nature of the
substrate and the relevant consumption factor.
The physical constants are subject to normal manufacturing tolerances.
Further reference is made to "Explanatory notes".

APPLICATION DETAILS:
Application method:
Thinner (max. vol.):
Cleaning of tools:
Indicated film thickness, dry:
Indicated film thickness, wet:
Recoat interval, min:
Recoating interval, max:

Conventional spray
None
THINNER 08080
300 micron
490 micron
2 hours (20C)
None

Hopper Gun
08080 (5%)

Brush/roller (small areas)


08080 (15%)

Surface condition:

The surface should be stable, firm, dry and free of dust, sand, loose old paint, laitance,
dirt, grease and oil. It is recommended to apply a primer/sealer prior to the specified
filling procedure. Touch-up with primer/sealer on areas repaired with filler is
recommended prior to application of topcoats.

Filling:

HEMPEL'S CONTEX FILLER 36610

Sealing:

HEMPEL'S CONTEX SEALER 26600 or HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC PRIMER/SEALER 26630.

Intermediate coat:

HEMPEL'S CONTEX SMOOTH 46600.

Remarks:

Drying data is given on the assumption that proper ventilation is provided.

Note:

HEMPEL'S CONTEX MEDIUM 56620 is for professional use only.

Safety:

Handle with care. Before and during use, observe all safety labels on packaging and
paint containers, consult HEMPEL Material Safety Data Sheets and follow all local or
national safety regulation. Harmful or fatal if swallowed; immediately seek medical
assistance if swallowed. Avoid inhalation of possible solvent vapours or paint mist, as
well as paint contact with skin and eyes. Apply only in well ventilated areas and ensure
that adequate forced ventilation exists when applying paint in confined spaces or when
the air is stagnant. Always take precautions against the risks of fire and explosions.

This Product Data Sheet supersedes those previously issued. For definition and scope, see explanatory notes to applicable Product
Data Sheets. Data, specifications, directions and recommendations given in this data sheet represent only test results or experience
obtained under controlled or specially defined circumstances. Their accuracy, completeness or appropriateness under the actual
conditions of any intended use of the Products herein must be determined exclusively by the Buyer and/or User. The Products are
supplied and all technical assistance is given subject to HEMPEL's GENERAL CONDITIONS OF SALES, DELIVERY AND SERVICE, unless
otherwise expressly agreed in writing. The Manufacturer and Seller disclaim, and Buyer and/or User waive all claims involving, any
liability, including but not limited to negligence, except as expressed in said GENERAL CONDITIONS for all results, injury or direct or
consequential losses or damages arising from the use of the Products as recommended above, on the overleaf or otherwise. Product
data are subject to change without notice and become void five years from the date of issue.

Reissued by:

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HEMUCRYL* ENAMEL 58100

Description:

HEMUCRYL ENAMEL 58100 is a water-borne acrylic-based paint. It dries to a


non-yellowing and glossy finish with excellent colour and gloss retention.

Area of use:

Interior and exterior: Walls, ceilings, roofs and primed structural steel.

Substrates:

Concrete, masonry, cement rendering, asbestos and steel.

PHYSICAL CONSTANTS:
Colours/Shade nos:
Finish:
Volume solids:
Theoretical spreading rate:
Flash point:
Specific gravity:
Dry to touch:

White/10000 or according to HEMPEL's colour card


Glossy
42%
10.5 m2/litre - 40 micron*
> 66C
1.2 kg/litre
2 hours (20C)
*The theoretical spreading rate has been calculated for the stated volume solids and dry
film thickness.
A practical spreading rate will depend on the actual dry film thickness, the nature of the
substrate and the relevant consumption factor.
The physical constants are subject to normal manufacturing tolerances.
Further reference is made to "Explanatory notes".

APPLICATION DETAILS:
Application method:
Thinner (max. vol.):
Cleaning of tools:
Indicated film thickness, dry:
Indicated film thickness, wet:
Recoat interval, min:
Recoat interval, max:

Brush/roller
Fresh water (5%)
Fresh water
40 micron
100 micron
6 hours (20C)
None

Surface condition:

The surface should be stable, firm, dry and free of dust, sand, loose old paint, laitance,
dirt, grease and oil. It is recommended to apply a primer/sealer prior to the specified
filling procedure. Touch-up with primer/sealer on areas repaired with filler is
recommended prior to application of topcoats.

Filling:

Interior:
Exterior:

Sealing:
Remarks:

Note:
Safety:

HEMPEL'S PUTTY FILLER 38820


HEMPEL'S CONTEX FILLER 36610 or
HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC FILLER 38900
Transparent:
HEMPEL'S BINDER/SEALER 09810
Opaque:
HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC PRIMER/SEALER 26630
Use only where application and drying can proceed at temperatures above 5C,
preferably above 10C. Other sealer/filler types may be specified.
Drying data is given on the assumption that proper ventilation is provided.
For use on buildings, the relatively high resistance to diffusion of water vapour and
carbon dioxide should be taken into account.
HEMUCRYL ENAMEL 58100 is for professional use only.
Handle with care. Before and during use, observe all safety labels on packaging and
paint containers, consult HEMPEL Material Safety Data Sheets and follow all local or
national safety regulation. Harmful or fatal if swallowed; immediately seek medical
assistance if swallowed. Avoid inhalation of possible solvent vapours or paint mist, as
well as paint contact with skin and eyes. Apply only in well ventilated areas and ensure
that adequate forced ventilation exists when applying paint in confined spaces or when
the air is stagnant. Always take precautions against the risks of fire and explosions.

This Product Data Sheet supersedes those previously issued. For definition and scope, see explanatory notes to applicable Product
Data Sheets. Data, specifications, directions and recommendations given in this data sheet represent only test results or experience
obtained under controlled or specially defined circumstances. Their accuracy, completeness or appropriateness under the actual
conditions of any intended use of the Products herein must be determined exclusively by the Buyer and/or User. The Products are
supplied and all technical assistance is given subject to HEMPEL's GENERAL CONDITIONS OF SALES, DELIVERY AND SERVICE, unless
otherwise expressly agreed in writing. The Manufacturer and Seller disclaim, and Buyer and/or User waive all claims involving, any
liability, including but not limited to negligence, except as expressed in said GENERAL CONDITIONS for all results, injury or direct or
consequential losses or damages arising from the use of the Products as recommended above, on the overleaf or otherwise. Product
data are subject to change without notice and become void five years from the date of issue.

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HEMUCRYL* TOPCOAT HI-BUILD 58230

Description:

HEMUCRYL TOPCOAT HI-BUILD 58230 is a water-borne acrylic based paint. It dries to a


non-yellowing and semi-flat finish and has excellent colour retention. It has low dirt
pick-up and good weathering properties and good washability.

Area of use:

Interior and exterior: Walls, ceilings, roofs and primed structural steel.

Substrates:

Concrete, masonry, cement rendering, asbestos and steel.

PHYSICAL CONSTANTS:
Colours/Shade nos:
Finish:
Volume solids:
Theoretical spreading rate:
Flash point:
Specific gravity:
Dry to touch:

White/10000 or according to HEMPEL's colour card


Semi-flat
42%
5.6 m2/litre - 75 micron*
> 66C
1.2 kg/litre
1 hours (20C)
*The theoretical spreading rate has been calculated for the stated volume solids and dry
film thickness.
A practical spreading rate will depend on the actual dry film thickness, the nature of the
substrate and the relevant consumption factor.
The physical constants are subject to normal manufacturing tolerances.
Further reference is made to "Explanatory notes".

APPLICATION DETAILS:
Application method:
Thinner (max. vol.):
Cleaning of tools:
Indicated film thickness, dry:
Indicated film thickness, wet:
Recoat interval, min:
Recoat interval, max:

Brush/roller
Fresh water (5%)
Fresh water
75 micron
175 micron
2 hours (20C)
None

Surface condition:

The surface should be stable, firm, dry and free of dust, sand, loose old paint, laitance,
dirt, grease and oil. It is recommended to apply a primer/sealer prior to the specified
filling procedure. Touch-up with primer/sealer on areas repaired with filler is
recommended prior to application of topcoats.

Filling:

Interior:
Exterior:

Sealing:

Transparent:
HEMPEL'S BINDER/SEALER 09810
Opaque:
HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC PRIMER/SEALER 26630
Use only where application and drying can proceed at temperatures above 5C,
preferably above 10C. Other sealer/filler types may be specified.
Drying data is given on the assumption that proper ventilation is provided.
For use on buildings, the relatively high resistance to diffusion of water vapour and
carbon dioxide should be taken into account.
HEMUCRYL TOPCOAT HI-BUILD 58230 is for professional use only.

Remarks:

Note:
Safety:

HEMPEL'S PUTTY FILLER 38820


HEMPEL'S CONTEX FILLER 36610 or
HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC FILLER 38900

Handle with care. Before and during use, observe all safety labels on packaging and
paint containers, consult HEMPEL Material Safety Data Sheets and follow all local or
national safety regulation. Harmful or fatal if swallowed; immediately seek medical
assistance if swallowed. Avoid inhalation of possible solvent vapours or paint mist, as
well as paint contact with skin and eyes. Apply only in well ventilated areas and ensure
that adequate forced ventilation exists when applying paint in confined spaces or when
the air is stagnant. Always take precautions against the risks of fire and explosions.

This Product Data Sheet supersedes those previously issued. For definition and scope, see explanatory notes to applicable Product
Data Sheets. Data, specifications, directions and recommendations given in this data sheet represent only test results or experience
obtained under controlled or specially defined circumstances. Their accuracy, completeness or appropriateness under the actual
conditions of any intended use of the Products herein must be determined exclusively by the Buyer and/or User. The Products are
supplied and all technical assistance is given subject to HEMPEL's GENERAL CONDITIONS OF SALES, DELIVERY AND SERVICE, unless
otherwise expressly agreed in writing. The Manufacturer and Seller disclaim, and Buyer and/or User waive all claims involving, any
liability, including but not limited to negligence, except as expressed in said GENERAL CONDITIONS for all results, injury or direct or
consequential losses or damages arising from the use of the Products as recommended above, on the overleaf or otherwise. Product
data are subject to change without notice and become void five years from the date of issue.

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HEMPEL PAINTS (EMIRATES) L.L.C.

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Product Data

HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC EGGSHELL EMULSION 58260

Description:

HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC EGGSHELL EMULSION 58260 is a water-borne, acrylic-based paint


with excellent colour and gloss stability giving a silk gloss finish. The product is
washable, has good water repellence and adhesion to aged alkyd paints is good.

Area of use:

Interior and exterior: Walls, ceilings, partitions, etc.

Substrates:

Concrete, masonry, cement rendering, plaster, woodwork, etc.

PHYSICAL CONSTANTS:
Colours/Shade nos:
Finish:
Volume solids:
Theoretical spreading rate:
Flash point:
Specific gravity:
Dry to touch:

White/10000 or pastel colours according to HEMPEL's colour card


Semi-gloss
36%
10.3 m/litre - 35 micron*
> 66C
1.2 kg/litre
2 hours (20C)
1 hour (40C)
*The theoretical spreading rate has been calculated for the stated volume solids and dry
film thickness.
A practical spreading rate will depend on the actual dry film thickness, the nature of the
substrate, and the relevant consumption factor.
The physical constants are subject to normal manufacturing tolerances.
Further reference is made to "Explanatory Notes".

APPLICATION DETAILS:
Application method:
Thinner (max. vol.):
Cleaning of tools:
Indicated film thickness, dry:
Indicated film thickness, wet:
Recoat interval, min:
Recoat interval, max:

Brush/roller
None
Fresh water
35 micron
100 micron
8 hours (10C)
None

Airless spray
Fresh water (5%)

4 hours (20C)
None

2 hours (40C)

Surface condition:

The surface should be stable, firm, dry and free of dust, sand, loose old paint, laitance,
dirt, grease and oil. It is recommended to apply a primer/sealer prior to the specified
filling procedure. Touch-up with primer/sealer on areas repaired with filler is
recommended prior to application of topcoats.

Filling:

HEMPEL'S CONTEX FILLER 36610 or HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC FILLER 38900

Sealing:

Transparent:
Opaque:

Remarks:

Use only where application and drying can proceed at temperatures above 5C,
preferably above 10C. Other sealer/filler types may be specified.
Drying data given is on the assumption that proper ventilation is provided.

Note:

HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC EGGSHELL EMULSION 58260 is for professional use.

Safety:

Handle with care. Before and during use, observe all safety labels on packaging and
paint containers, consult HEMPEL Material Safety Data Sheets and follow all local or
national safety regulations. Harmful or fatal if swallowed; immediately seek medical
assistance if swallowed. Avoid inhalation of possible solvent vapours or paint mist, as
well as paint contact with skin and eyes. Apply only in well ventilated areas and ensure
that adequate forced ventilation exists when applying paint in confined spaces or when
the air is stagnant. Always take precautions against the risks of fire and explosions.

HEMPEL'S BINDER/SEALER 09810


HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC PRIMER/SEALER 26630

This Product Data Sheet supersedes those previously issued. For definition and scope, see explanatory notes to applicable Product
Data Sheets. Data, specifications, directions and recommendations given in this data sheet represent only test results or experience
obtained under controlled or specially defined circumstances. Their accuracy, completeness or appropriateness under the actual
conditions of any intended use of the Products herein must be determined exclusively by the Buyer and/or User. The Products are
supplied and all technical assistance is given subject to HEMPEL's GENERAL CONDITIONS OF SALES, DELIVERY AND SERVICE, unless
otherwise expressly agreed in writing. The Manufacturer and Seller disclaim, and Buyer and/or User waive all claims involving, any
liability, including but not limited to negligence, except as expressed in said GENERAL CONDITIONS for all results, injury or direct or
consequential losses or damages arising from the use of the Products as recommended above, on the overleaf or otherwise. Product
data are subject to change without notice and become void five years from the date of issue.

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HEMPEL PAINTS (EMIRATES) L.L.C.

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HEMPEL'S SILK EMULSION 58330

Description:

HEMPEL'S SILK EMULSION 58330 is a water-borne quality coating. The coating is


washable and has a silk gloss and smooth finish.

Area of use:

Interior and exterior: Walls, ceilings, partitions.

Substrates:

Concrete, masonry, cement rendering, gypsum boards, asbestos, etc.

PHYSICAL CONSTANTS:
Colours/Shade nos:
Finish:
Volume solids:
Theoretical spreading rate:
Flash point:
Specific gravity:
Dry to touch:

White/10000 or according to HEMPEL'S colour card


Semi-gloss
28%
8.0 m/litre - 35 micron*
> 66C
1.2 kg/litre
2 hours (20C)
*The theoretical spreading rate has been calculated for the stated volume solids and dry
film thickness.
A practical spreading rate will depend on the actual dry film thickness, the nature of the
substrate, and the relevant consumption factor.
The physical constants are subject to normal manufacturing tolerances.
Further reference is made to "Explanatory Notes".

APPLICATION DETAILS:
Application method:
Thinner (max. vol.):
Cleaning of tools:
Indicated film thickness, dry:
Indicated film thickness, wet:
Recoat interval, min:
Recoat interval, max:

Brush/roller
Fresh water (20%)
Fresh water
35 micron
125 micron
8 hours (10C)
None

Conventional spray
Fresh water (10%)

Airless spray
Fresh water (5%)

4 hours (20C)
None

2 hours (40C)
None

Surface condition:

The surface should be stable, firm, dry and free of dust, sand, loose old paint, laitance,
dirt, grease and oil. It is recommended to apply a primer/sealer prior to the specified
filling procedure. Touch-up with primer/sealer on areas repaired with filler is
recommended prior to application of topcoats.

Filling:

Interior:
Exterior:

HEMPEL'S PUTTY FILLER 38820


HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC FILLER 38830 or
HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC FILLER 38900

Sealing:

Transparent:
Opaque:

HEMPEL'S BINDER/SEALER 09810


HEMPEL'S PRIMER/SEALER 28830

Remarks:

Use only where application and drying can proceed at temperatures above 5C,
preferably above 10C.
Other sealer/filler types may be specified.
Drying data given is on the assumption that proper ventilation is provided.
HEMPEL'S SILK EMULSION 58330 is for professional use only.
Handle with care. Before and during use, observe all safety labels on packaging and
paint containers, consult HEMPEL Material Safety Data Sheets and follow all local or
national safety regulations. Harmful or fatal if swallowed; immediately seek medical
assistance if swallowed. Avoid inhalation of possible solvent vapours or paint mist, as
well as paint contact with skin and eyes. Apply only in well ventilated areas and ensure
that adequate forced ventilation exists when applying paint in confined spaces or when
the air is stagnant. Always take precautions against the risks of fire and explosions.

Note:
SAFETY:

This Product Data Sheet supersedes those previously issued. For definition and scope, see explanatory notes to applicable Product
Data Sheets. Data, specifications, directions and recommendations given in this data sheet represent only test results or experience
obtained under controlled or specially defined circumstances. Their accuracy, completeness or appropriateness under the actual
conditions of any intended use of the Products herein must be determined exclusively by the Buyer and/or User. The Products are
supplied and all technical assistance is given subject to HEMPEL's GENERAL CONDITIONS OF SALES, DELIVERY AND SERVICE, unless
otherwise expressly agreed in writing. The Manufacturer and Seller disclaim, and Buyer and/or User waive all claims involving, any
liability, including but not limited to negligence, except as expressed in said GENERAL CONDITIONS for all results, injury or direct or
consequential losses or damages arising from the use of the Products as recommended above, on the overleaf or otherwise. Product
data are subject to change without notice and become void five years from the date of issue.

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HEMPEL PAINTS (EMIRATES) L.L.C.

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HEMPEL'S WALL VARNISH 58440

Description:

HEMPEL'S WALL VARNISH 58440 is a waterborne acrylic coating. The product is


transparent and is available as a clear coat or in pearlished finishes. The product has
good resistance to ultraviolet light.

Area of use:

Interior and Exterior: Walls, ceilings partitions etc.

Substrates:

Concrete, masonry, cement rendering, gypsum boards, etc.

PHYSICAL CONSTANTS:
Colours/Shade nos:
Finish:
Volume solids:
Theoretical spreading rate:
Flash point:
Specific gravity:
Dry to touch:

Clear/00000 or pearlescent colours


Glossy
35%
7.0 m/litre - 50 micron*
> 66C
1.1 kg/litre
2 hours (20C)
*The theoretical spreading rate has been calculated for the stated volume solids and dry
film thickness.
A practical spreading rate will depend on the actual dry film thickness, the nature of the
substrate and the relevant consumption factor.
The physical constants are subject to normal manufacturing tolerances.
Further reference is made to "Explanatory notes"

APPLICATION DETAILS:
Application method:
Thinner (max. vol.):
Cleaning of tools:
Indicated film thickness, dry:
Indicated film thickness, wet:
Recoat interval, min:
Recoat interval, max:

Brush/roller
(None)
Fresh Water
50 micron
150 micron
4 hours (20C)
None

Surface condition:

The surface should be stable, firm, dry and free of contaminants like dust, old paint,
dirt, oil, grease and algae.

Undercoat:

HEMPEL'S FLAT EMULSION 58710, HEMPEL'S WALLART 58470 or according to


specification.

Remarks:

Use only where application and drying can proceed at temperatures above 5C,
preferably above 10C.
Drying data is given on the assumption that proper ventilation is provided. Apply one or
more coats to obtain the desired colour and a uniform appearance.
As the product is transparent, the resulting colour will depend on the colour of the
substrate.
HEMPEL'S WALL VARNISH 58440 is for professional use only.

Note:
Safety:

Handle with care. Before and during use, observe all safety labels on packaging and
paint containers, consult HEMPEL Material Safety Data Sheets and follow all local or
national safety regulation. Harmful or fatal if swallowed; immediately seek medical
assistance if swallowed. Avoid inhalation of possible solvent vapours or paint mist, as
well as paint contact with skin and eyes. Apply only in well ventilated areas and ensure
that adequate forced ventilation exists when applying paint in confined spaces or when
the air is stagnant. Always take precautions against the risks of fire and explosions.

This Product Data Sheet supersedes those previously issued. For definition and scope, see explanatory notes to applicable Product
Data Sheets. Data, specifications, directions and recommendations given in this data sheet represent only test results or experience
obtained under controlled or specially defined circumstances. Their accuracy, completeness or appropriateness under the actual
conditions of any intended use of the Products herein must be determined exclusively by the Buyer and/or User. The Products are
supplied and all technical assistance is given subject to HEMPEL's GENERAL CONDITIONS OF SALES, DELIVERY AND SERVICE, unless
otherwise expressly agreed in writing. The Manufacturer and Seller disclaim, and Buyer and/or User waive all claims involving, any
liability, including but not limited to negligence, except as expressed in said GENERAL CONDITIONS for all results, injury or direct or
consequential losses or damages arising from the use of the Products as recommended above, on the overleaf or otherwise. Product
data are subject to change without notice and become void five years from the date of issue.

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HEMPEL PAINTS (EMIRATES) L.L.C.

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HEMPEL'S WALLART 58470

Description:

HEMPEL'S WALLART 58470 is a water-borne, acrylic based, decorative coating. It has


been developed specifically for creating decorative effects, such as; marbling, sponging,
rag-rolling .

Area of use:

Interior: Walls.

Substrates:

Concrete, masonry, gypsum boards, cement rendering etc.

PHYSICAL CONSTANTS:
Colours/Shade nos:
Finish:
Volume solids:
Theoretical spreading rate:
Flash point:
Specific gravity:
Dry to touch:

White/10000 or according to HEMPEL'S colour card


Semi-flat
31%
10.3 m/litre - 30 micron*
> 66C
1.1 kg/litre
2 hour (20C)
1 hour (40C)
*The theoretical spreading rate has been calculated for the stated volume solids and dry
film thickness.
A practical spreading rate will depend on the actual dry film thickness, the nature of the
substrate, the pattern/effect selected, the skill of the applicator and the relevant
consumption factor.
The physical constants are subject to normal manufacturing tolerances.
Further reference is made to "Explanatory Notes".

APPLICATION DETAILS:
Application method:
Thinner (max. vol.):
Cleaning of tools:
Indicated film thickness, dry:
indicated film thickness, wet:
Recoat interval, min:
Recoat interval, max:

Brush/roller/sponge/rag/spatula depending on desired finish.


Fresh water (20%)
Fresh water
30 micron
100 micron
8 hours (10C)
4 hours (20C)
2 hour (40C)
None
None
None

Surface condition:

The surface should be stable, firm, dry and free of dust, sand, loose old paint, laitance,
dirt, grease and oil. It is recommended to apply a primer/sealer prior to the specified
filling procedure. Touch-up with primer/sealer on areas repaired with filler is
recommended prior to application of topcoats.

Undercoat:
Overcoating:

HEMPEL'S FLAT EMULSION 58710


To obtain a glossy finish a clear coat of HEMPEL'S WALL VARNISH 58440 may be
applied.

Remarks:

Use only where application and drying can proceed at temperatures above 5C,
preferably above 10C.
Other undercoats may be specified.
Drying data given is on the assumption that proper ventilation is provided.
HEMPEL'S WALLART 58470 is for professional use only.
Handle with care. Before and during use, observe all safety labels on packaging and
paint containers, consult HEMPEL Material Safety Data Sheets and follow all local or
national safety regulations. Harmful or fatal if swallowed; immediately seek medical
assistance if swallowed. Avoid inhalation of possible solvent vapours or paint mist, as
well as paint contact with skin and eyes. Apply only in well ventilated areas and ensure
that adequate forced ventilation exists when applying paint in confined spaces or when
the air is stagnant. Always take precautions against the risks of fire and explosions.

Note:
Safety:

This Product Data Sheet supersedes those previously issued. For definition and scope, see explanatory notes to applicable Product
Data Sheets. Data, specifications, directions and recommendations given in this data sheet represent only test results or experience
obtained under controlled or specially defined circumstances. Their accuracy, completeness or appropriateness under the actual
conditions of any intended use of the Products herein must be determined exclusively by the Buyer and/or User. The Products are
supplied and all technical assistance is given subject to HEMPEL's GENERAL CONDITIONS OF SALES, DELIVERY AND SERVICE, unless
otherwise expressly agreed in writing. The Manufacturer and Seller disclaim, and Buyer and/or User waive all claims involving, any
liability, including but not limited to negligence, except as expressed in said GENERAL CONDITIONS for all results, injury or direct or
consequential losses or damages arising from the use of the Products as recommended above, on the overleaf or otherwise. Product
data are subject to change without notice and become void five years from the date of issue.

Reissued by:

HEMPEL PAINTS (QATAR) W.L.L. &


HEMPEL PAINTS (EMIRATES) L.L.C.

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HEMPEL'S SILK TEXTURE 58540

Description:

HEMPEL'S SILK TEXTURE 58540 is a water-borne paint, which has an excellent


light-textured finish. The product is flexible and has non-drip properties. The final
apperance is determined by the application method. Different patterns can be obtained
by using various types of textured rollers.

Area of use:

Interior and exterior: Walls, ceilings, partitions.

Substrates:

Concrete, masonry, cement rendering, gypsum boards, asbestos, etc.

PHYSICAL CONSTANTS:
Colours/Shade nos:
Finish:
Volume solids:
Theoretical spreading rate:
Flash point:
Specific gravity:
Dry to touch:

White/10000 or according to HEMPEL'S colour card


Semi-flat
45%
11.3 m/litre - 40 micron*
> 66C
1.3 kg/litre
2 hours (20C)
*The theoretical spreading rate has been calculated for the stated volume solids and dry
film thickness.
A practical spreading rate will depend on the actual dry film thickness, the nature of the
substrate, and the relevant consumption factor.
The physical constants are subject to normal manufacturing tolerances.
Further reference is made to "Explanatory Notes".

APPLICATION DETAILS:
Application method:
Thinner (max. vol.):
Cleaning of tools:
Indicated film thickness, dry:
Indicated film thickness, wet:
Recoat interval, min:
Recoat interval, max:

Textured rollers
None
Fresh water
40 micron
100 micron
4 hours (20C)
None

Surface condition:

The surface should be stable, firm, dry and free of dust, sand, loose old paint, laitance,
dirt, grease and oil. It is recommended to apply a primer/sealer prior to the specified
filling procedure. Touch-up with primer/sealer on areas repaired with filler is
recommended prior to application of topcoats.

Filling:

HEMPEL'S CONTEX FILLER 36610 or HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC FILLER 38900

Sealing:

Transparent:
Opaque:

Remarks:

Use only where application and drying can proceed at temperatures above 5C,
preferably above 10C.
Other sealer/filler types may be specified.
Drying data given is on the assumption that proper ventilation is provided.
HEMPEL'S SILK TEXTURE 58540 is for professional use only.

Note:
SAFETY:

HEMPEL'S BINDER/SEALER 09810


HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC PRIMER/SEALER 26630

Handle with care. Before and during use, observe all safety labels on packaging and
paint containers, consult HEMPEL Material Safety Data Sheets and follow all local or
national safety regulations. Harmful or fatal if swallowed; immediately seek medical
assistance if swallowed. Avoid inhalation of possible solvent vapours or paint mist, as
well as paint contact with skin and eyes. Apply only in well ventilated areas and ensure
that adequate forced ventilation exists when applying paint in confined spaces or when
the air is stagnant. Always take precautions against the risks of fire and explosions.

This Product Data Sheet supersedes those previously issued. For definition and scope, see explanatory notes to applicable Product
Data Sheets. Data, specifications, directions and recommendations given in this data sheet represent only test results or experience
obtained under controlled or specially defined circumstances. Their accuracy, completeness or appropriateness under the actual
conditions of any intended use of the Products herein must be determined exclusively by the Buyer and/or User. The Products are
supplied and all technical assistance is given subject to HEMPEL's GENERAL CONDITIONS OF SALES, DELIVERY AND SERVICE, unless
otherwise expressly agreed in writing. The Manufacturer and Seller disclaim, and Buyer and/or User waive all claims involving, any
liability, including but not limited to negligence, except as expressed in said GENERAL CONDITIONS for all results, injury or direct or
consequential losses or damages arising from the use of the Products as recommended above, on the overleaf or otherwise. Product
data are subject to change without notice and become void five years from the date of issue.

Reissued by:

HEMPEL PAINTS (QATAR) W.L.L. &


HEMPEL PAINTS (EMIRATES) L.L.C.

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HEMPEL'S EMULSION 58610

Description:

HEMPEL'S EMULSION 58610 is an economic, water-borne, decorative coating, which has


a flat and smooth finish.

Area of use:

Interior: Walls, ceilings, partitions.

Substrates:

Concrete, masonry, woodwork.

PHYSICAL CONSTANTS:
Colours/Shade nos:
Finish:
Volume solids:
Theoretical spreading rate:
Flash point:
Specific gravity:
Dry to touch:

White/10000 or according to HEMPEL'S colour card


Flat
42%
14.0 m/litre - 30 micron*
> 66C
1.6 kg/litre
1 hour (20C)
*The theoretical spreading rate has been calculated for the stated volume solids and dry
film thickness.
A practical spreading rate will depend on the actual dry film thickness, the nature of the
substrate, and the relevant consumption factor.
The physical constants are subject to normal manufacturing tolerances.
Further reference is made to "Explanatory Notes".

APPLICATION DETAILS:
Application method:
Thinner (max. vol.):
Cleaning of tools:
Indicated film thickness, dry:
indicated film thickness, wet:
Recoat interval, min:
Recoat interval, max:

Brush/roller
Fresh water (20%)
Fresh water
30 micron
75 micron
4 hours (10C)
None

Conventional spray
Fresh water (10%)

Airless spray
Fresh water (5%)

2 hours (20C)
None

1 hour (40C)
None

Surface condition:

The surface should be stable, firm, dry and free of dust, sand, loose old paint, laitance,
dirt, grease and oil. It is recommended to apply a primer/sealer prior to the specified
filling procedure. Touch-up with primer/sealer on areas repaired with filler is
recommended prior to application of topcoats.

Filling:

HEMPEL'S PUTTY FILLER 38820.

Sealing:

Transparent:
Opaque:

Remarks:

Use only where application and drying can proceed at temperatures above 5C,
preferably above 10C.
Other sealer/filler types may be specified.
Drying data given is on the assumption that proper ventilation is provided.
HEMPEL'S EMULSION 58610 is for professional use only.

Note:
SAFETY:

HEMPEL'S BINDER/SEALER 09810


HEMPEL'S PRIMER/SEALER 28830

Handle with care. Before and during use, observe all safety labels on packaging and
paint containers, consult HEMPEL Material Safety Data Sheets and follow all local or
national safety regulations. Harmful or fatal if swallowed; immediately seek medical
assistance if swallowed. Avoid inhalation of possible solvent vapours or paint mist, as
well as paint contact with skin and eyes. Apply only in well ventilated areas and ensure
that adequate forced ventilation exists when applying paint in confined spaces or when
the air is stagnant. Always take precautions against the risks of fire and explosions.

This Product Data Sheet supersedes those previously issued. For definition and scope, see explanatory notes to applicable Product
Data Sheets. Data, specifications, directions and recommendations given in this data sheet represent only test results or experience
obtained under controlled or specially defined circumstances. Their accuracy, completeness or appropriateness under the actual
conditions of any intended use of the Products herein must be determined exclusively by the Buyer and/or User. The Products are
supplied and all technical assistance is given subject to HEMPEL's GENERAL CONDITIONS OF SALES, DELIVERY AND SERVICE, unless
otherwise expressly agreed in writing. The Manufacturer and Seller disclaim, and Buyer and/or User waive all claims involving, any
liability, including but not limited to negligence, except as expressed in said GENERAL CONDITIONS for all results, injury or direct or
consequential losses or damages arising from the use of the Products as recommended above, on the overleaf or otherwise. Product
data are subject to change without notice and become void five years from the date of issue.

Reissued by:

HEMPEL PAINTS (QATAR) W.L.L. &


HEMPEL PAINTS (EMIRATES) L.L.C.

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HEMPEL

Product Data

HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC GLOSS EMULSION 58650

Description:

HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC GLOSS EMULSION 58650 is a water-borne, high-grade acrylic


finishing coat. It is washable and has excellent gloss and colour retention. Ideally suited
in a humid climate, has excellent water-repellency, and will permit water vapour from the
substrate to pass through the paint film.

Area of use:

Interior and exterior: Walls, ceilings, partitions.

Substrates:

Concrete, masonry, woodwork, cement rendering, asbestos, etc.

PHYSICAL CONSTANTS:
Colours/Shade nos:
Finish:
Volume solids:
Theoretical spreading rate:
Flash point:
Specific gravity:
Dry to touch:

White/10000 or according to HEMPEL'S colour card


Glossy
33%
9.4 m/litre - 35 micron*
> 66C
1.2 kg/litre
1 hour (20C)
*The theoretical spreading rate has been calculated for the stated volume solids and dry
film thickness.
A practical spreading rate will depend on the actual dry film thickness, the nature of the
substrate, and the relevant consumption factor.
The physical constants are subject to normal manufacturing tolerances.
Further reference is made to "Explanatory Notes".

APPLICATION DETAILS:
Application method:
Thinner (max. vol.):
Cleaning of tools:
Indicated film thickness, dry:
Indicated film thickness, wet:
Recoat interval, min:
Recoat interval, max:

Brush/roller
None
Fresh water
35 micron
100 micron
4 hours (10C)
None

Conventional spray
Fresh water (5%)

Airless spray
Fresh water (5%)

2 hours (20C)
None

1 hour (40C)
None

Surface condition:

The surface should be stable, firm, dry and free of dust, sand, loose old paint, laitance,
dirt, grease and oil. It is recommended to apply a primer/sealer prior to the specified
filling procedure. Touch-up with primer/sealer on areas repaired with filler is
recommended prior to application of topcoats.

Filling:

Interior:
Exterior:

Sealing:
Remarks:

Note:
SAFETY:

HEMPEL'S PUTTY FILLER 38820


HEMPEL'S CONTEX FILLER 36610 or
HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC FILLER 38900
Transparent:
HEMPEL'S BINDER/SEALER 09810
Opaque:
HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC PRIMER/SEALER 26630
Use only where application and drying can proceed at temperatures above 5C,
preferably above 10C.
Other sealer/filler types may be specified. To obtain full hiding power when changing
colour, it is recommended to apply HEMPEL'S FLAT EMULSION 58710 as an undercoat
in the desired colour.
Drying data given is on the assumption that proper ventilation is provided.
HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC GLOSS EMULSION 58650 is for professional use only.
Handle with care. Before and during use, observe all safety labels on packaging and
paint containers, consult HEMPEL Material Safety Data Sheets and follow all local or
national safety regulations. Harmful or fatal if swallowed; immediately seek medical
assistance if swallowed. Avoid inhalation of possible solvent vapours or paint mist, as
well as paint contact with skin and eyes. Apply only in well ventilated areas and ensure
that adequate forced ventilation exists when applying paint in confined spaces or when
the air is stagnant. Always take precautions against the risks of fire and explosions.

This Product Data Sheet supersedes those previously issued. For definition and scope, see explanatory notes to applicable Product
Data Sheets. Data, specifications, directions and recommendations given in this data sheet represent only test results or experience
obtained under controlled or specially defined circumstances. Their accuracy, completeness or appropriateness under the actual
conditions of any intended use of the Products herein must be determined exclusively by the Buyer and/or User. The Products are
supplied and all technical assistance is given subject to HEMPEL's GENERAL CONDITIONS OF SALES, DELIVERY AND SERVICE, unless
otherwise expressly agreed in writing. The Manufacturer and Seller disclaim, and Buyer and/or User waive all claims involving, any
liability, including but not limited to negligence, except as expressed in said GENERAL CONDITIONS for all results, injury or direct or
consequential losses or damages arising from the use of the Products as recommended above, on the overleaf or otherwise. Product
data are subject to change without notice and become void five years from the date of issue.

Reissued by:

HEMPEL PAINTS (QATAR) W.L.L. &


HEMPEL PAINTS (EMIRATES) L.L.C.

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HEMPEL

Product Data

HEMPEL'S RUSTIK-2 58660

Description:

HEMPEL'S RUSTIK-2 58660 is an acrylic water-borne coating, which contains marble


stones. Has an old rustic and textured finish. The final appearance is determined by the
application method. Different patterns can be obtained by combining different
application tools. Overcoating with solvent-borne or water-borne coatings is
recommended to obtain the desired finish.

Area of use:

Interior and exterior: Walls, ceilings, partitions, etc.

Substrates:

Concrete, masonry, cement rendering, gypsum boards, asbestos, etc.

PHYSICAL CONSTANTS:
Colours/shade nos:
Finish:
Volume solids:
Theoretical spreading rate:
Flash point:
Specific gravity:
Dry to touch:

White/10000
Flat
81%
0.4 m/litre - 2 mm*
> 66C
2.0 kg/litre
5 hours (20C)
*The theoretical spreading rate has been calculated for the stated volume solids and dry
film thickness.
A practical spreading rate will depend on the actual dry film thickness, the nature of the
substrate, and the relevant consumption factor.
The physical constants are subject to normal manufacturing tolerances.
Further reference is made to "Explanatory Notes".

APPLICATION DETAILS:
Application method:
Thinner (max. vol.):
Cleaning of tools:
Recoat interval, min:
Recoat interval, max:

Trowel: Stainless steel trowel. Plastic trowel to obtain desired pattern (on very smooth
surfaces, apply one coat of HEMPEL'S FINE TEXTURE 58850 before application of
HEMPEL'S RUSTIK-2 58660)
None
Fresh water
4 days (20C)
2 days (40C)
None
None

Surface condition:

The surface should be stable, firm, dry and free of dust, sand, loose old paint, laitance,
dirt, grease and oil. It is recommended to apply a primer/sealer prior to the specified
filling procedure. Touch-up with primer/sealer on areas repaired with filler is
recommended prior to application of topcoats.

Filling:

HEMPEL'S FILLER 36610 or HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC FILLER 38900

Sealing:

Transparent:
Opaque:

Remarks:

Use only where application and drying can proceed at temperatures above 5C,
preferably above 10C.
Other sealer/filler types may be specified.
Drying data given is on the assumption that proper ventilation is provided.
HEMPEL'S RUSTIK-2 58660 is for professional use only.

Note:
SAFETY:

HEMPEL'S BINDER/SEALER 09810


HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC PRIMER/SEALER 26630

Handle with care. Before and during use, observe all safety labels on packaging and
paint containers, consult HEMPEL Material Safety Data Sheets and follow all local or
national safety regulations. Harmful or fatal if swallowed; immediately seek medical
assistance if swallowed. Avoid inhalation of possible solvent vapours or paint mist, as
well as paint contact with skin and eyes. Apply only in well ventilated areas and ensure
that adequate forced ventilation exists when applying paint in confined spaces or when
the air is stagnant. Always take precautions against the risks of fire and explosions.

This Product Data Sheet supersedes those previously issued. For definition and scope, see explanatory notes to applicable Product
Data Sheets. Data, specifications, directions and recommendations given in this data sheet represent only test results or experience
obtained under controlled or specially defined circumstances. Their accuracy, completeness or appropriateness under the actual
conditions of any intended use of the Products herein must be determined exclusively by the Buyer and/or User. The Products are
supplied and all technical assistance is given subject to HEMPEL's GENERAL CONDITIONS OF SALES, DELIVERY AND SERVICE, unless
otherwise expressly agreed in writing. The Manufacturer and Seller disclaim, and Buyer and/or User waive all claims involving, any
liability, including but not limited to negligence, except as expressed in said GENERAL CONDITIONS for all results, injury or direct or
consequential losses or damages arising from the use of the Products as recommended above, on the overleaf or otherwise. Product
data are subject to change without notice and become void five years from the date of issue.

Reissued by:

HEMPEL PAINTS (QATAR) W.L.L. &


HEMPEL PAINTS (EMIRATES) L.L.C.

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Data
HEMPEL

Product Data

HEMPEL'S RUSTIK-3 58670

Description:

HEMPEL'S RUSTIK-3 58670 is an acrylic water-borne coating, which contains marble


stones. Has an old rustic and textured finish. The final appearance is determined by the
application method. Different patterns can be obtained by combining different
application tools. Overcoating with solvent-borne or water-borne coatings is
recommended to obtain desired finish.

Area of use:

Interior and exterior: Walls, ceilings, partitions, etc.

Substrates:

Concrete, masonry, cement rendering, gypsum boards, asbestos, etc.

PHYSICAL CONSTANTS:
Colours/shade nos:
Finish:
Volume solids:
Theoretical spreading rate:
Flash point:
Specific gravity:
Dry to touch:

White/10000
Flat
81%
0.27 m/litre - 3 mm*
> 66C
2.0 kg/litre
5 hours (20C)
*The theoretical spreading rate has been calculated for the stated volume solids and dry
film thickness.
A practical spreading rate will depend on the actual dry film thickness, the nature of the
substrate, and the relevant consumption factor.
The physical constants are subject to normal manufacturing tolerances.
Further reference is made to "Explanatory Notes".

APPLICATION DETAILS:
Application method:
Thinner (max. vol.):
Cleaning of tools:
Recoat interval, min:
Recoat interval, max:

Trowel: Stainless steel trowel. Plastic trowel to obtain desired pattern (on very smooth
surfaces apply one coat of HEMPEL'S FINE TEXTURE 58850 before application of
HEMPEL'S RUSTIK-3 58670)
None
Fresh water
4 days (20C)
2 days (40C)
None
None

Surface condition:

The surface should be stable, firm, dry and free of dust, sand, loose old paint, laitance,
dirt, grease and oil. It is recommended to apply a primer/sealer prior to the specified
filling procedure. Touch-up with primer/sealer on areas repaired with filler is
recommended prior to application of topcoats.

Filling:

HEMPEL'S CONTEX FILLER 36610 or HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC FILLER 38900

Sealing:

Transparent:
Opaque:

Remarks:

Use only where application and drying can proceed at temperatures above 5C,
preferably above 10C. Other sealer/filler types may be specified.
Drying data given is on the assumption that proper ventilation is provided.
HEMPEL'S RUSTIK-3 58670 is for professional use only.

Note:
SAFETY:

HEMPEL'S BINDER/SEALER 09810


HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC PRIMER/SEALER 26630

Handle with care. Before and during use, observe all safety labels on packaging and
paint containers, consult HEMPEL Material Safety Data Sheets and follow all local or
national safety regulations. Harmful or fatal if swallowed; immediately seek medical
assistance if swallowed. Avoid inhalation of possible solvent vapours or paint mist, as
well as paint contact with skin and eyes. Apply only in well ventilated areas and ensure
that adequate forced ventilation exists when applying paint in confined spaces or when
the air is stagnant. Always take precautions against the risks of fire and explosions.

This Product Data Sheet supersedes those previously issued. For definition and scope, see explanatory notes to applicable Product
Data Sheets. Data, specifications, directions and recommendations given in this data sheet represent only test results or experience
obtained under controlled or specially defined circumstances. Their accuracy, completeness or appropriateness under the actual
conditions of any intended use of the Products herein must be determined exclusively by the Buyer and/or User. The Products are
supplied and all technical assistance is given subject to HEMPEL's GENERAL CONDITIONS OF SALES, DELIVERY AND SERVICE, unless
otherwise expressly agreed in writing. The Manufacturer and Seller disclaim, and Buyer and/or User waive all claims involving, any
liability, including but not limited to negligence, except as expressed in said GENERAL CONDITIONS for all results, injury or direct or
consequential losses or damages arising from the use of the Products as recommended above, on the overleaf or otherwise. Product
data are subject to change without notice and become void five years from the date of issue.

Reissued by:

HEMPEL PAINTS (QATAR) W.L.L. &


HEMPEL PAINTS (EMIRATES) L.L.C.

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Data
HEMPEL

Product Data

HEMPEL'S RUSTIK-5 58680

Description:

HEMPEL'S RUSTIK-5 58680 is a vinyl-based, water-borne coating, which contains marble


stones. Has an old rustic and textured finish. The final appearance is determined by the
application method. Different patterns can be obtained by combining different
application tools. Overcoating with solvent-borne or water-borne coatings is
recommended to obtain desired finish.

Area of use:

Interior and exterior: Walls, ceilings, partitions, etc.

Substrates:

Concrete, masonry, cement rendering, gypsum boards, asbestos, etc.

PHYSICAL CONSTANTS:
Colours/Shade nos:
Finish:
Volume solids:
Theoretical spreading rate:
Flash point:
Specific gravity:
Dry to touch:

White/10000
Flat
81%
0.16 m/litre - 5 mm*
> 66C
2.0 kg/litre
5 hours (20C)
*The theoretical spreading rate has been calculated for the stated volume solids and dry
film thickness.
A practical spreading rate will depend on the actual dry film thickness, the nature of the
substrate, and the relevant consumption factor.
The physical constants are subject to normal manufacturing tolerances.
Further reference is made to "Explanatory Notes".

APPLICATION DETAILS:
Application method:
Thinner (max. vol.):
Cleaning of tools:
Recoat interval, min:
Recoat interval, max:

Trowel: Stainless steel trowel. Plastic trowel to obtain desired pattern (on very smooth
surfaces, apply one coat of HEMPEL'S FINE TEXTURE 58850 before application of
HEMPEL'S RUSTIK-5 58680).
None
Fresh water
4 days (20C)
2 days (40C)
None
None

Surface condition:

The surface should be stable, firm, dry and free of dust, sand, loose old paint, laitance,
dirt, grease and oil. It is recommended to apply a primer/sealer prior to the specified
filling procedure. Touch-up with primer/sealer on areas repaired with filler is
recommended prior to application of topcoats.

Filling:

HEMPEL'S CONTEX FILLER 36610 or HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC FILLER 38900

Sealing:

Transparent:
Opaque:

Remarks:

Use only where application and drying can proceed at temperatures above 5C,
preferably above 10C. Other sealer/filler types may be specified.
Drying data given is on the assumption that proper ventilation is provided.
HEMPEL'S RUSTIK-5 58680 is for professional use only.

Note:
SAFETY:

HEMPEL'S BINDER/SEALER 09810


HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC PRIMER/SEALER 26630

Handle with care. Before and during use, observe all safety labels on packaging and
paint containers, consult HEMPEL Material Safety Data Sheets and follow all local or
national safety regulations. Harmful or fatal if swallowed; immediately seek medical
assistance if swallowed. Avoid inhalation of possible solvent vapours or paint mist, as
well as paint contact with skin and eyes. Apply only in well ventilated areas and ensure
that adequate forced ventilation exists when applying paint in confined spaces or when
the air is stagnant. Always take precautions against the risks of fire and explosions.

This Product Data Sheet supersedes those previously issued. For definition and scope, see explanatory notes to applicable Product
Data Sheets. Data, specifications, directions and recommendations given in this data sheet represent only test results or experience
obtained under controlled or specially defined circumstances. Their accuracy, completeness or appropriateness under the actual
conditions of any intended use of the Products herein must be determined exclusively by the Buyer and/or User. The Products are
supplied and all technical assistance is given subject to HEMPEL's GENERAL CONDITIONS OF SALES, DELIVERY AND SERVICE, unless
otherwise expressly agreed in writing. The Manufacturer and Seller disclaim, and Buyer and/or User waive all claims involving, any
liability, including but not limited to negligence, except as expressed in said GENERAL CONDITIONS for all results, injury or direct or
consequential losses or damages arising from the use of the Products as recommended above, on the overleaf or otherwise. Product
data are subject to change without notice and become void five years from the date of issue.

Reissued by:

HEMPEL PAINTS (QATAR) W.L.L. &


HEMPEL PAINTS (EMIRATES) L.L.C.

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HEMPEL

Product Data

HEMPEL'S FLAT EMULSION 58710

Description:

HEMPEL'S FLAT EMULSION 58710 is a water-borne quality coating. It complies with


SASO's Standard for exterior emulsion paints (470-1986) and Federal Standard
(TT-P-29).

Area of use:

Interior and exterior: Walls, ceilings, partitions, etc.

Substrates:

Concrete, masonry, cement rendering, gypsum boards, etc.

PHYSICAL CONSTANTS:
Colours/Shade nos:
Finish:
Volume solids:
Theoretical spreading rate:
Flash point:
Specific gravity:
Dry to touch:

White/10000 or according to HEMPEL's colour card


Flat
41%
13.7 m/litre - 30 micron*
> 66C
1.5 kg/litre
2 hours (10C)
1 hour (20C)
30 minutes (40C)
*The theoretical spreading rate has been calculated for the stated volume solids and dry
film thickness.
A practical spreading rate will depend on the actual dry film thickness, the nature of the
substrate, and the relevant consumption factor.
The physical constants are subject to normal manufacturing tolerances.
Further reference is made to "Explanatory Notes".

APPLICATION DETAILS:
Application method:
Thinner (max. vol.):
Cleaning of tools:
Indicated film thickness, dry:
Indicated film thickness, wet:
Recoat interval, min:
Recoat interval, max:

Brush/roller
Fresh water (15%)
Fresh water
30 micron
75 micron
4 hours (10C)
None

Conventional spray
Fresh water (15%)

Airless spray
Fresh water (5%)

2 hours (20C)
None

1 hour (40C)
None

Surface condition:

The surface should be stable, firm, dry and free of dust, sand, loose old paint, laitance,
dirt, grease and oil. It is recommended to apply a primer/sealer prior to the specified
filling procedure. Touch-up with primer/sealer on areas repaired with filler is
recommended prior to application of topcoats.

Filling:

Interior:
Exterior:

HEMPEL'S PUTTY FILLER 38820


HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC FILLER 38830 or
HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC FILLER 38900

Sealing:

Transparent:
Opaque:

HEMPEL'S BINDER/SEALER 09810


HEMPEL'S PRIMER/SEALER 28830

Remarks:

Use only where application and drying can proceed at temperatures above 5C,
preferably above 10C.
Drying data given is on the assumption that proper ventilation is provided.
HEMPEL'S FLAT EMULSION 58710 is for professional use only.
Handle with care. Before and during use, observe all safety labels on packaging and
paint containers, consult HEMPEL Material Safety Data Sheets and follow all local or
national safety regulations. Harmful or fatal if swallowed; immediately seek medical
assistance if swallowed. Avoid inhalation of possible solvent vapours or paint mist, as
well as paint contact with skin and eyes. Apply only in well ventilated areas and ensure
that adequate forced ventilation exists when applying paint in confined spaces or when
the air is stagnant. Always take precautions against the risks of fire and explosions.

Note:
Safety:

This Product Data Sheet supersedes those previously issued. For definition and scope, see explanatory notes to applicable Product
Data Sheets. Data, specifications, directions and recommendations given in this data sheet represent only test results or experience
obtained under controlled or specially defined circumstances. Their accuracy, completeness or appropriateness under the actual
conditions of any intended use of the Products herein must be determined exclusively by the Buyer and/or User. The Products are
supplied and all technical assistance is given subject to HEMPEL's GENERAL CONDITIONS OF SALES, DELIVERY AND SERVICE, unless
otherwise expressly agreed in writing. The Manufacturer and Seller disclaim, and Buyer and/or User waive all claims involving, any
liability, including but not limited to negligence, except as expressed in said GENERAL CONDITIONS for all results, injury or direct or
consequential losses or damages arising from the use of the Products as recommended above, on the overleaf or otherwise. Product
data are subject to change without notice and become void five years from the date of issue.

Reissued by:

HEMPEL PAINTS (QATAR) W.L.L. &


HEMPEL PAINTS (EMIRATES) L.L.C.

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Product Data

HEMPEL'S SUPER FINE TEXTURE 58770

Description:

HEMPEL'S SUPER FINE TEXTURE 58770 is a water-borne paint, which gives a very fine
grain-textured finish for decorative and protective effect on facades and exterior walls.

Area of use:

Interior and exterior: Walls.

Substrates:

Concrete, asbestos-cement, cement rendering, and other building materials.

PHYSICAL CONSTANTS:
Colours/Shade nos:
Finish:
Volume solids:
Theoretical spreading rate:
Flash point:
Specific gravity:
Dry to touch:

White/10000
Flat
42%
4.2 m/litre - 100 micron*
> 66C
1.5 kg/litre
6 hours (10C)
3 hours (20C)

1 hours (40C)

*The theoretical spreading rate has been calculated for the stated volume solids and dry
film thickness.
A practical spreading rate will depend on the actual dry film thickness, the nature of the
substrate, and the relevant consumption factor.
The physical constants are subject to normal manufacturing tolerances.
Further reference is made to "Explanatory Notes".
APPLICATION DETAILS:
Application method:
Thinner (max. vol.):
Cleaning of tools:
Indicated film thickness, dry:
Indicated film thickness, wet:
Recoat interval, min:
Recoat interval, max:

Brush/roller
Fresh water (15%)
Fresh water
100 micron
250 micron
12 hours (10C)
None

Conventional spray
Fresh water (15%)

Airless spray
Fresh water (5%)

6 hours (20C)
None

3 hours (40C)
None

Surface condition:

The surface should be stable, firm, dry and free of dust, sand, loose old paint, laitance,
dirt, grease and oil. It is recommended to apply a primer/sealer prior to the specified
filling procedure. Touch-up with primer/sealer on areas repaired with filler is
recommended prior to application of topcoats.

Filling:

Interior:
Exterior:

HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC FILLER 38900


HEMPEL'S CONTEX FILLER 36610 or
HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC FILLER 38900

Sealing:

Transparent:
Opaque:

HEMPEL'S BINDER/SEALER 09810


HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC PRIMER/SEALER 26630

Remarks:

Use only where application and drying can proceed at temperatures above 5C,
preferably above 10C.
Other sealer/filler types may be specified. Drying data given is on the assumption that
sufficient ventilation is provided.

Note:
Safety:

HEMPEL'S SUPER FINE TEXTURE 58770 is for professional use only.


Handle with care. Before and during use, observe all safety labels on packaging and
paint containers, consult HEMPEL Material Safety Data Sheets and follow all local or
national safety regulations. Harmful or fatal if swallowed; immediately seek medical
assistance if swallowed. Avoid inhalation of possible solvent vapours or paint mist, as
well as paint contact with skin and eyes. Apply only in well ventilated areas and ensure
that adequate forced ventilation exists when applying paint in confined spaces or when
the air is stagnant. Always take precautions against the risks of fire and explosions.

This Product Data Sheet supersedes those previously issued. For definition and scope, see explanatory notes to applicable Product
Data Sheets. Data, specifications, directions and recommendations given in this data sheet represent only test results or experience
obtained under controlled or specially defined circumstances. Their accuracy, completeness or appropriateness under the actual
conditions of any intended use of the Products herein must be determined exclusively by the Buyer and/or User. The Products are
supplied and all technical assistance is given subject to HEMPEL's GENERAL CONDITIONS OF SALES, DELIVERY AND SERVICE, unless
otherwise expressly agreed in writing. The Manufacturer and Seller disclaim, and Buyer and/or User waive all claims involving, any
liability, including but not limited to negligence, except as expressed in said GENERAL CONDITIONS for all results, injury or direct or
consequential losses or damages arising from the use of the Products as recommended above, on the overleaf or otherwise. Product
data are subject to change without notice and become void five years from the date of issue.

Reissued by:

HEMPEL PAINTS (QATAR) W.L.L. &


HEMPEL PAINTS (EMIRATES) L.L.C.

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HEMPEL

Product Data

HEMPEL'S ROOF COATING 58810

Description:

HEMPEL'S ROOF COATING 58810 is a high-build acrylic coating. It forms a durable


elastomeric membrane with excellent flexibility and water-proofing properties. The
appearance is slightly textured.

Area of use:

Exterior: Roofs.

Substrates:

Concrete, masonry, woodwork, tiles, steel, PU foam, etc.

PHYSICAL CONSTANTS:
Colours/Shade nos:
Finish:
Volume solids:
Theoretical spreading rate:
Flash point:
Specific gravity:
Dry to touch:

White/10000
Semi-flat
54%
2.2 m/litre - 250 micron*
> 66C
1.2 kg/litre
6 hours (10C)
3 hours (20C)

1 hour (40C)

*The theoretical spreading rate has been calculated for the stated volume solids and dry
film thickness.
A practical spreading rate will depend on the actual dry film thickness, the nature of the
substrate, and the relevant consumption factor.
The physical constants are subject to normal manufacturing tolerances.
Further reference is made to "Explanatory Notes".
APPLICATION DETAILS:
Application method:
Thinner (max. vol.):
Cleaning of tools:
Indicated film thickness, dry:
Indicated film thickness, wet:
Recoat interval, min:
Recoat interval, max:

Brush/roller
None
Fresh water
250 micron
460 micron
6-12 hours (10C)
None

Conventional spray
None

Airless spray
None

3-6 hours (20C)


None

1-3 hours (40C)


None

Surface condition:

The surface should be stable, firm, dry and free of dust, sand, loose old paint,
sealer/primer, laitance, dirt, grease and oil. It is recommended to apply a primer/sealer
prior to the specified filling procedure. Touch-up with primer/sealer on areas repaired
with filler is recommended prior to application of topcoats.

Filling:

Mix 2-3 parts of sand to 1 part of HEMPEL'S ROOF COATING 58810 to fill small cracks
in the concrete. For large holes and cracks, HEMPEL'S EPOXY GROUT 35930 is
recommended.

Sealing:

On concrete:
On ferrous metal:
On wood:

Remarks:

Use only where application and drying can proceed at temperatures above 5C,
preferably above 10C.
Drying data given is on the assumption that proper ventilation is provided.
HEMPEL'S ROOF COATING 58810 is for professional use only.
Handle with care. Before and during use, observe all safety labels on packaging and
paint containers, consult HEMPEL Material Safety Data Sheets and follow all local or
national safety regulations. Harmful or fatal if swallowed; immediately seek medical
assistance if swallowed. Avoid inhalation of possible solvent vapours or paint mist, as
well as paint contact with skin and eyes. Apply only in well ventilated areas and ensure
that adequate forced ventilation exists when applying paint in confined spaces or when
the air is stagnant. Always take precautions against the risks of fire and explosions.

Note:
Safety:

HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC PRIMER/SEALER 26630


HEMPALIN PRIMER 12050
HEMPEL'S ALKYD UNDERCOAT 22460

This Product Data Sheet supersedes those previously issued. For definition and scope, see explanatory notes to applicable Product
Data Sheets. Data, specifications, directions and recommendations given in this data sheet represent only test results or experience
obtained under controlled or specially defined circumstances. Their accuracy, completeness or appropriateness under the actual
conditions of any intended use of the Products herein must be determined exclusively by the Buyer and/or User. The Products are
supplied and all technical assistance is given subject to HEMPEL's GENERAL CONDITIONS OF SALES, DELIVERY AND SERVICE, unless
otherwise expressly agreed in writing. The Manufacturer and Seller disclaim, and Buyer and/or User waive all claims involving, any
liability, including but not limited to negligence, except as expressed in said GENERAL CONDITIONS for all results, injury or direct or
consequential losses or damages arising from the use of the Products as recommended above, on the overleaf or otherwise. Product
data are subject to change without notice and become void five years from the date of issue.

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Product Data

HEMPEL'S MULTI TEXTURE 58840

Description:

HEMPEL'S MULTI TEXTURE 58840 is a high-build, water-borne acrylic coating. The


product has non-drip properties and different patterns can be obtained by combining
different application tools.

Area of use:

Interior and exterior: Walls, ceilings, partitions, etc.

Substrates:

Concrete, masonry, cement rendering, asbestos, etc.

PHYSICAL CONSTANTS:
Colour/Shade nos:
Finish:
Volume solids:
Theoretical spreading rate:
Flash point:
Specific gravity:
Dry to touch:

White/10000 or according to HEMPEL'S colour card


Flat
56%
2.2 m/litre - 250 micron*
> 66C
1.5 kg/litre
2 hours (20C)
*The theoretical spreading rate has been calculated for the stated volume solids and dry
film thickness.
A practical spreading rate will depend on the actual dry film thickness, the nature of the
substrate, and the relevant consumption factor.
The physical constants are subject to normal manufacturing tolerances.
Further reference is made to "Explanatory Notes".

APPLICATION DETAILS:
Application method:
Thinner (max. vol.):
Cleaning of tools:
Indicated film thickness, dry:
Indicated film thickness, wet:
Recoat interval, min:
Recoat interval, max:

Brush/roller
None
Fresh water
250 micron
450 micron
8 hours (10C)
None

Conventional spray
None

Air-mix spray/Airless spray


None

4 hours (20C)
None

2 hours (40C)
None

Surface condition:

The surface should be stable, firm, dry and free of dust, sand, loose old paint, laitance,
dirt, grease and oil. It is recommended to apply a primer/sealer prior to the specified
filling procedure. Touch-up with primer/sealer on areas repaired with filler is
recommended prior to application of topcoats.

Filling:

HEMPEL'S FILLER 36610 or HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC FILLER 38900

Sealing:

Transparent:
Opaque:

Remarks:

Use only where application and drying can proceed at temperatures above 5C,
preferably above 10C.
Other sealer/filler types may be specified.
Drying data given is on the assumption that proper ventilation is provided.

Note:
SAFETY:

HEMPEL'S MULTI TEXTURE 58840 is for professional use only.


Handle with care. Before and during use, observe all safety labels on packaging and
paint containers, consult HEMPEL Material Safety Data Sheets and follow all local or
national safety regulations. Harmful or fatal if swallowed; immediately seek medical
assistance if swallowed. Avoid inhalation of possible solvent vapours or paint mist, as
well as paint contact with skin and eyes. Apply only in well ventilated areas and ensure
that adequate forced ventilation exists when applying paint in confined spaces or when
the air is stagnant. Always take precautions against the risks of fire and explosions.

HEMPEL'S BINDER/SEALER 09810


HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC PRIMER/SEALER 26630

This Product Data Sheet supersedes those previously issued. For definition and scope, see explanatory notes to applicable Product
Data Sheets. Data, specifications, directions and recommendations given in this data sheet represent only test results or experience
obtained under controlled or specially defined circumstances. Their accuracy, completeness or appropriateness under the actual
conditions of any intended use of the Products herein must be determined exclusively by the Buyer and/or User. The Products are
supplied and all technical assistance is given subject to HEMPEL's GENERAL CONDITIONS OF SALES, DELIVERY AND SERVICE, unless
otherwise expressly agreed in writing. The Manufacturer and Seller disclaim, and Buyer and/or User waive all claims involving, any
liability, including but not limited to negligence, except as expressed in said GENERAL CONDITIONS for all results, injury or direct or
consequential losses or damages arising from the use of the Products as recommended above, on the overleaf or otherwise. Product
data are subject to change without notice and become void five years from the date of issue.

Reissued by:

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HEMPEL PAINTS (EMIRATES) L.L.C.

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Product Data

HEMPEL'S FINE TEXTURE 58850

Description:

HEMPEL'S FINE TEXTURE 58850 is a water-borne acrylic-based coating. Has a fine


granular texture. Different patterns can be obtained by using various application tools.

Area of use:

Interior and exterior: Walls, ceilings, partitions.

Substrates:

Concrete, masonry, cement rendering, asbestos, etc.

PHYSICAL CONSTANTS:
Colours/Shade nos:
Finish:
Volume solids:
Theoretical spreading rate:
Flash point:
Specific gravity:
Dry to touch:

White/10000 or according to HEMPEL'S colour card


Flat
62%
4.1 m/litre - 150 micron*
> 66C
1.7 kg/litre
2 hours (20C)
*The theoretical spreading rate has been calculated for the stated volume solids and dry
film thickness.
A practical spreading rate will depend on the actual dry film thickness, the nature of the
substrate, and the relevant consumption factor.
The physical constants are subject to normal manufacturing tolerances.
Further reference is made to "Explanatory Notes".

APPLICATION DETAILS:
Application method:
Thinner (max. vol.):
Cleaning of tools:
Indicated film thickness, dry:
Indicated film thickness, wet:
Recoat interval, min:
Recoat interval, max:

Brush/roller
None
Fresh water
150 micron
250 micron
8 hours (10C)
None

Conventional spray
None

Air-mix spray
None

4 hours (20C)
None

2 hours (40C)
None

Surface condition:

The surface should be stable, firm, dry and free of dust, sand, loose old paint, laitance,
dirt, grease and oil. It is recommended to apply a primer/sealer prior to the specified
filling procedure. Touch-up with primer/sealer on areas repaired with filler is
recommended prior to application of topcoats.

Filling:

HEMPEL'S CONTEX FILLER 36610 or HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC FILLER 38900

Sealing:

Transparent:
Opaque:

Remarks:

Use only where application and drying can proceed at temperatures above 5C,
preferably above 10C. Other sealer/filler types may be specified.
When topcoating with semi-gloss to high-gloss finishes, spray application is
recommended to obtain the best possible aesthetic appearance to an even overall
effect.
Drying data given is on the assumption that proper ventilation is provided.

Note:

HEMPEL'S FINE TEXTURE 58850 is for professional use only.

SAFETY:

Handle with care. Before and during use, observe all safety labels on packaging and
paint containers, consult HEMPEL Material Safety Data Sheets and follow all local or
national safety regulations. Harmful or fatal if swallowed; immediately seek medical
assistance if swallowed. Avoid inhalation of possible solvent vapours or paint mist, as
well as paint contact with skin and eyes. Apply only in well ventilated areas and ensure
that adequate forced ventilation exists when applying paint in confined spaces or when
the air is stagnant. Always take precautions against the risks of fire and explosions.

HEMPEL'S BINDER/SEALER 09810


HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC PRIMER/SEALER 26630

This Product Data Sheet supersedes those previously issued. For definition and scope, see explanatory notes to applicable Product
Data Sheets. Data, specifications, directions and recommendations given in this data sheet represent only test results or experience
obtained under controlled or specially defined circumstances. Their accuracy, completeness or appropriateness under the actual
conditions of any intended use of the Products herein must be determined exclusively by the Buyer and/or User. The Products are
supplied and all technical assistance is given subject to HEMPEL's GENERAL CONDITIONS OF SALES, DELIVERY AND SERVICE, unless
otherwise expressly agreed in writing. The Manufacturer and Seller disclaim, and Buyer and/or User waive all claims involving, any
liability, including but not limited to negligence, except as expressed in said GENERAL CONDITIONS for all results, injury or direct or
consequential losses or damages arising from the use of the Products as recommended above, on the overleaf or otherwise. Product
data are subject to change without notice and become void five years from the date of issue.

Reissued by:

HEMPEL PAINTS (QATAR) W.L.L. &


HEMPEL PAINTS (EMIRATES) L.L.C.

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Product Data

HEMPEL'S MEDIUM TEXTURE 58860

Description:

HEMPEL'S MEDIUM TEXTURE 58860 is a water-borne acrylic-based coating. Has a


medium granular texture. Different patterns can be obtained by using various application
tools.

Area of use:

Interior and exterior: Walls, ceilings, partitions.

Substrates:

Concrete, masonry, cement rendering, asbestos, etc.

PHYSICAL CONSTANTS:
Colours/Shade nos:
Finish:
Volume solids:
Theoretical spreading rate:
Flash point:
Specific gravity:
Dry to touch:

White/10000 or according to HEMPEL'S colour card


Flat
65%
3.3 m/litre - 200 micron*
> 66C
1.8 kg/litre
2 hours (20C)
*The theoretical spreading rate has been calculated for the stated volume solids and dry
film thickness.
A practical spreading rate will depend on the actual dry film thickness, the nature of the
substrate, and the relevant consumption factor.
The physical constants are subject to normal manufacturing tolerances.
Further reference is made to "Explanatory Notes".

APPLICATION DETAILS:
Application method:
Thinner (max. vol.):
Cleaning of tools:
Indicated film thickness, dry:
Indicated film thickness, wet:
Recoat interval, min:
Recoat interval, max:

Brush/roller
None
Fresh water
200 micron
300 micron
8 hours (10C)
None

Conventional spray
None

Air-mix spray
None

4 hours (20C)
None

2 hours (40C)
None

Surface condition:

The surface should be stable, firm, dry and free of dust, sand, loose old paint, laitance,
dirt, grease and oil. It is recommended to apply a primer/sealer prior to the specified
filling procedure. Touch-up with primer/sealer on areas repaired with filler is
recommended prior to application of topcoats.

Filling:

Filling is normally not required.

Sealing:

Transparent:
Opaque:

Remarks:

Use only where application and drying can proceed at temperatures above 5C,
preferably above 10C. Other sealer types may be specified.
When topcoating with semi-gloss to high-gloss finishes, spray application is
recommended to obtain the best possible aesthetic appearance to an even overall
effect.
Drying data given is on the assumption that proper ventilation is provided.
HEMPEL'S MEDIUM TEXTURE 58860 is for professional use only.
Handle with care. Before and during use, observe all safety labels on packaging and
paint containers, consult HEMPEL Material Safety Data Sheets and follow all local or
national safety regulations. Harmful or fatal if swallowed; immediately seek medical
assistance if swallowed. Avoid inhalation of possible solvent vapours or paint mist, as
well as paint contact with skin and eyes. Apply only in well ventilated areas and ensure
that adequate forced ventilation exists when applying paint in confined spaces or when
the air is stagnant. Always take precautions against the risks of fire and explosions.

Note:
SAFETY:

HEMPEL'S BINDER/SEALER 09810


HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC PRIMER/SEALER 26630

This Product Data Sheet supersedes those previously issued. For definition and scope, see explanatory notes to applicable Product
Data Sheets. Data, specifications, directions and recommendations given in this data sheet represent only test results or experience
obtained under controlled or specially defined circumstances. Their accuracy, completeness or appropriateness under the actual
conditions of any intended use of the Products herein must be determined exclusively by the Buyer and/or User. The Products are
supplied and all technical assistance is given subject to HEMPEL's GENERAL CONDITIONS OF SALES, DELIVERY AND SERVICE, unless
otherwise expressly agreed in writing. The Manufacturer and Seller disclaim, and Buyer and/or User waive all claims involving, any
liability, including but not limited to negligence, except as expressed in said GENERAL CONDITIONS for all results, injury or direct or
consequential losses or damages arising from the use of the Products as recommended above, on the overleaf or otherwise. Product
data are subject to change without notice and become void five years from the date of issue.

Reissued by:

HEMPEL PAINTS (QATAR) W.L.L. &


HEMPEL PAINTS (EMIRATES) L.L.C.

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Product Data

HEMPEL'S COARSE TEXTURE 58870

Description:

HEMPEL'S COARSE TEXTURE 58870 is a water-borne acrylic-based coating. Has a


coarse granular texture. Different patterns can be obtained by using various application
tools.

Area of use:

Interior and exterior: Walls, ceilings partitions.

Substrates:

Concrete, masonry, cement rendering, asbestos, etc.

PHYSICAL CONSTANTS:
Colours/Shade nos:
Finish:
Volume solids:
Flash point:
Theoretical spreading rate:
Specific gravity:
Dry to touch:

White/10000 or according to HEMPEL'S colour card


Flat
64%
> 66C
2.1 m/litre - 300 micron*
1.7 kg/litre
2 hours (20C)
*The theoretical spreading rate has been calculated for the stated volume solids and dry
film thickness.
A practical spreading rate will depend on the actual dry film thickness, the nature of the
substrate, and the relevant consumption factor.
The physical constants are subject to normal manufacturing tolerances.
Further reference is made to "Explanatory Notes" in the Hempel Book.

APPLICATION DETAILS:
Application method:
Thinner (max. vol.):
Cleaning of tools:
Indicated film thickness, dry:
Indicated film thickness, wet:
Recoat interval, min:
Recoat interval, max:

Brush/roller
None
Fresh water
300 micron
475 micron
8 hours (10C)
None

Conventional spray
None

Air-mix spray
None

4 hours (20C)
None

2 hours (40C)
None

Surface condition:

The surface should be stable, firm, dry and free of dust, sand, loose old paint, laitance,
dirt, grease and oil. It is recommended to apply a primer/sealer prior to the specified
filling procedure. Touch-up with primer/sealer on areas repaired with filler is
recommended prior to application of topcoats.

Filling:

Filling is normally not required.

Sealing:

Transparent:
Opaque:

Remarks:

Use only where application and drying can proceed at temperatures above 5C,
preferably above 10C. Other sealer types may be specified.
When topcoating with semi-gloss to high-gloss finishes, spray application is
recommended to obtain the best possible aesthetic appearance to an even overall
effect.
Drying data given is on the assumption that proper ventilation is provided.
HEMPEL'S EMULSION 58870 is for professional use only.

Note:
SAFETY:

HEMPEL'S BINDER/SEALER 09810


HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC PRIMER/SEALER 26630

Handle with care. Before and during use, observe all safety labels on packaging and
paint containers, consult HEMPEL Material Safety Data Sheets and follow all local or
national safety regulations. Harmful or fatal if swallowed; immediately seek medical
assistance if swallowed. Avoid inhalation of possible solvent vapours or paint mist, as
well as paint contact with skin and eyes. Apply only in well ventilated areas and ensure
that adequate forced ventilation exists when applying paint in confined spaces or when
the air is stagnant. Always take precautions against the risks of fire and explosions.

This Product Data Sheet supersedes those previously issued. For definition and scope, see explanatory notes to applicable Product
Data Sheets. Data, specifications, directions and recommendations given in this data sheet represent only test results or experience
obtained under controlled or specially defined circumstances. Their accuracy, completeness or appropriateness under the actual
conditions of any intended use of the Products herein must be determined exclusively by the Buyer and/or User. The Products are
supplied and all technical assistance is given subject to HEMPEL's GENERAL CONDITIONS OF SALES, DELIVERY AND SERVICE, unless
otherwise expressly agreed in writing. The Manufacturer and Seller disclaim, and Buyer and/or User waive all claims involving, any
liability, including but not limited to negligence, except as expressed in said GENERAL CONDITIONS for all results, injury or direct or
consequential losses or damages arising from the use of the Products as recommended above, on the overleaf or otherwise. Product
data are subject to change without notice and become void five years from the date of issue.

Reissued by:

HEMPEL PAINTS (QATAR) W.L.L. &


HEMPEL PAINTS (EMIRATES) L.L.C.

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Product Data

HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC EMULSION 58910

Description:

HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC EMULSION 58910 is a water-borne, high-grade acrylic finishing coat


providing a sheen finish. It is washable and has low dirt pick-up properties. Complies
with Federal Standard (TT-P-19C) in terms of service life. It contains fungicides to prevent
growth of fungus and mould. The product has excellent resistance to rain and sunlight
and excellent colour stability.

Area of use:

Interior and exterior: Walls, ceilings, partitions, etc.

Substrates:

Concrete, cement rendering, masonry, gypsum boards and wood.

PHYSICAL CONSTANTS:
Colours/Shade nos:
Finish:
Volume solids:
Theoretical spreading rate:
Flash point:
Specific gravity:
Dry to touch:

White/10000 or according to HEMPEL'S colour card


Flat
29%
9.7 m/litre - 30 micron*
> 66C
1.2 kg/litre
2 hours (10)
1 hour (20C)
30 minutes (40C)
*The theoretical spreading rate has been calculated for the stated volume solids and dry
film thickness.
A practical spreading rate will depend on the actual dry film thickness, the nature of the
substrate, and the relevant consumption factor.
The physical constants are subject to normal manufacturing tolerances.
Further reference is made to "Explanatory Notes".

APPLICATION DETAILS:
Application method:
Thinner (max. vol):
Cleaning of tools:
Indicated film thickness, dry:
Indicated film thickness, wet:
Recoat interval, min:
Recoat interval, max:

Brush/roller
Fresh water (20%)
Fresh water
30 micron
100 micron
4 hours (10C)
None

Conventional spray
Fresh water (10%)

Airless spray
Fresh water (5%)

2 hours (20C)
None

1 hour (40C)
None

Surface condition:

The surface should be stable, firm, dry and free of dust, sand, loose old paint, laitance,
dirt, grease and oil. It is recommended to apply a primer/sealer prior to the specified
filling procedure. Touch-up with primer/sealer on areas repaired with filler is
recommended prior to application of topcoats.

Filling:

Interior:
Exterior:

HEMPEL'S PUTTY FILLER 38820


HEMPEL'S CONTEX FILLER 36610 or
HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC FILLER 38900

Sealing:

Transparent:
Opaque:

HEMPEL'S BINDER/SEALER 09810


HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC PRIMER/SEALER 26630

Remarks:

Use only where application and drying can proceed at temperatures above 5C,
preferably above 10C.
Drying data given is on the assumption that proper ventilation is provided.
HEMPEL'S ACRYLIC EMULSION 58910 is for professional use only.

Note:
Safety:

Handle with care. Before and during use, observe all safety labels on packaging and
paint containers, consult HEMPEL Material Safety Data Sheets and follow all local or
national safety regulations. Harmful or fatal if swallowed; immediately seek medical
assistance if swallowed. Avoid inhalation of possible solvent vapours or paint mist, as
well as paint contact with skin and eyes. Apply only in well ventilated areas and ensure
that adequate forced ventilation exists when applying paint in confined spaces or when
the air is stagnant. Always take precautions against the risks of fire and explosions.

This Product Data Sheet supersedes those previously issued. For definition and scope, see explanatory notes to applicable Product
Data Sheets. Data, specifications, directions and recommendations given in this data sheet represent only test results or experience
obtained under controlled or specially defined circumstances. Their accuracy, completeness or appropriateness under the actual
conditions of any intended use of the Products herein must be determined exclusively by the Buyer and/or User. The Products are
supplied and all technical assistance is given subject to HEMPEL's GENERAL CONDITIONS OF SALES, DELIVERY AND SERVICE, unless
otherwise expressly agreed in writing. The Manufacturer and Seller disclaim, and Buyer and/or User waive all claims involving, any
liability, including but not limited to negligence, except as expressed in said GENERAL CONDITIONS for all results, injury or direct or
consequential losses or damages arising from the use of the Products as recommended above, on the overleaf or otherwise. Product
data are subject to change without notice and become void five years from the date of issue.

Reissued by:

HEMPEL PAINTS (QATAR) W.L.L. &


HEMPEL PAINTS (EMIRATES) L.L.C.

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