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Akvi Primer

A water-borne acrylate primer for interior surfaces.

The paint is water-borneThe paint is solvent-borne
The coverage of the paint on rough surfaces
10
m2/l
The coverage of the paint on smooth surfaces
14
m2/l

Fast-drying primer

A water-borne white primer with short drying time even in room temperature. Universal primer, because can be overcoat with water-borne or solvent-borne paints.

Good sanding properties

Akvi Primer easy to sand and it shorters throughput time of production lines.


Akvi Primer is widely used for:




Stain, lacquer and paint systems for wood industries


PRODUCT DATA SHEET
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Akvi Primer - Water-borne acrylate paint

 
Akvi Primer
DESCRIPTION Water-borne acrylate primer.
PRODUCT FEATURES

Suitable for furniture, doors, mouldings and other wooden surface in interior premises.

 

 

Recommended uses -

TECHNICAL DATA
Features A fast drying primer with good sanding properties.
Recoatable either with water-borne or solvent-borne products.

Colour Range White
Gloss groups Matt
Coverage

Recommended spreading amounts (unthinned)

Theoretical coverage

dry

wet

 

35–50 µm

80–120 g/m²

10–14  m2/l

 

Practical coverage depends on the application method, painting conditions and the shape and roughness of the surface to be coated.

Thinner Water and Akvi Thinner
Application method

Airless spraying, air-assisted airless spraying and conventional spraying.

 

For airless spraying, the product is thinned approximately 0–10% to the viscosity 40–80s (DIN4). Recommended nozzle tip is 0.011"–0.015"and pressure 100–160 bar. Spray angle shall be chosen according to the shape of the object.

 

For air-assisted airless spraying, the product is thinned approximately 0–10% to the viscosity 40–80s (DIN4). Recommended nozzle tip is 0.011"–0.015" and  pressure 40–120 bar. Atomising air pressure should be about 1–3 bar. Spray angle shall be chosen according to the shape of the object.

 

For conventional spraying, the product is thinned approximately 0–10% to the viscosity 40–80 (DIN4). Recommended nozzle tip is 1.4-1.8 mm and  pressure 2–3 bar.

Drying times

100–120 g/m² wet film

+23ºC

+ 50ºC

IRM

Dust dry, after

5–10 min

5–10 min

 

Touch dry, after

10–15 min

5–10 min

 

Dry to sand, after

15–20 min

5–10 min

1–2 min

 

Drying and recoating times are related to the film thickness, temperature, the relative humidity of the air and ventilation.
Solids volume 40±2% by volume
60±2% by weight
Density 1.4 kg/litre.
Product code 006 5021

APPLICATION DETAILS
Application conditions The surface to be treated has to be clean and dry. During application and drying the temperature of the air, the surface to be treated and the paint has to be over
+18ºC, and relative humidity of the air below 70%.
Preparation Wood surfaces should be sanded with sandpaper P150–240. Primed surfaces should be sanded with sandpaper P240–600. All sandidng dust must be removed.
Painting Recommended topcoats:
Akvi Top 30, Akvi Top 30 FD, Diccoplast 30 and Luminol 2S N.
Mixing of components Stir the paint carefully. Thin the paint to the viscosity required.
Cleaning of tools Water or Akvi Thinner.
EU VOC 2004/42/EC-limit value The Volatile Organic Compounds amount is 55 g/litre of paint mixture.
VOC content of the paint mixture (thinned 10% by volume) is 50 g/l.
VOC 2004/42/EC (cat A/d ) 130 g/l (2010)

HEALTH AND SAFETY LABELLING
according to Regulation (EC) No. 1272/2008
Further information about hazardous influences and protection are detailed in individual health and safety data sheets. A health and safety data sheet is available on request from Tikkurila Oyj. For industrial and professional use only.
Safety data sheetAkvi Primer
 
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