The application cycle provides the following procedures:
1) PREPARATION OF THE SURFACES
Verify that the materials to protect are free of grease, fats, oil, waxy impregnating and preesisting varnishes. Existing paint coats must be removed by sandblasting or by sandpapering with coarse grain and then fine abrasive paper at naked wood.
After this operation, in order to ensure maximum adherence of fire-retardant paint on the support, carry out further cleaning using a dampened cloth with nitro thinner to remove completely from wood traces of wax.
It should be checked carefully that the humidity of the wooden materials to coated is less than the value of 12% in weight.
If the conditions of preparation above indicated are not respected, we don’t give any guarantee of durability of treatment.
2) WATER-BASED IMPREGNATING AGENT FOR WOOD
Application of our product STARWOOD/W, water based primer, in amount of 80-100 g/m2 in order to confer resistance to mold and pests of wood (this treatment should be done on naked wood). The product is supplied in transparent or colored version.
3) FIRE RETARDANT PAINT
Application of two coats of our FIREBLOCK 1001/EU with a consumption of 200 g/m2 each if the product is applied using a roller or brush; apply one coat of paint FIREBLOCK 1001/EU with a consumption of 400 g/m2, if the product is applied by airless (dispositive airless without filter with nozzle from 31).
Drying time between the 2 coats: 10 hours at +20°C. The total quantity of paint applied, therefore, amounts to 400 g/m2.