Pinja Universal Primer - Economical primer for claddings
Pinja Universal PrimerA water-borne all-round alkyd primer for sawn or planed timber.
Pinja Universal Primer forms good finish with protection even up to 10 months. A paint can be thinned with water 1:1, and however provides sufficient protection.
For water-borne or solvent-borne topcoat
A paint is suitable for priming of exterior boards and panels for either water-borne or solvent-borne topcoats.
Pinja Universal Primer is mostly used for:
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Stain, lacquer and paint systems for wood industries
|System code||Stain||1. coat||2. coat||3. coat|
|WW54||Pinja Universal Primer||Pinja Pro|
Matt, elastic paint system with excellent exterior durability. System is reinforced with alkyd primer, which is possible to thin 1:1 with water.
|WW55||Pinja Universal Primer||Pinja Top|
|Semi-opaque, elastic exterior paint system with alkyd primer, which is possible to thin 1:1 with water.|
|WW57||Pinja Wood Stain||Pinja Universal Primer||Pinja Pro|
Matt, elastic paint system with excellent exterior durability. The primers of the system - priming oil and alkyd primer (thinning 1:1 with water) significantly improve anti-mold resistance.
|WW58||Pinja Wood Stain||Pinja Universal Primer||Pinja Top|
|Semi-opaque, elastic exterior paint system. Priming oil and alkyd primer significantly improve anti-mold and weathering resistance.|
PRODUCT DATA SHEET
Pinja Universal Primer - Water-borne alkyd paint
|DESCRIPTION||A water-borne alkyd primer.|
Suitable for priming of exterior boards and panels.
|Recommended uses||An all-round primer for sawn or planed timber.|
|Features||Gives good protection for 6–10 months and a good priming coat for either water-borne or solvent-borne paint.
Can be thinned even 1:1 with water.
|Base paints||AP and C|
|Colour Range||White 0301 in 1000 litres container, other shades from the Tikkurila House Paint colour card.|
|Colour Cards||AVATINT tinting system.|
|Emission classification||Emission levels of this paint fulfils the E1-classification. Paint has been tested according to EN 717-1, and formaldehyde emission is less than 0.124 mg/m3 air.|
Practical coverage depends on the application method, painting conditions and the shape and roughness of the surface to be coated.
Airless spraying, air-assisted airless spraying, conventional spraying and vacuum application.
Drying and recoating times are related to the film thickness, temperature, the relative humidity of the air and ventilation.
|Solids volume||34 volume-%, 46 weight-%.|
|Product code||469 6201 (AP-base paint), 469 6003 (C-base paint)|
|Application conditions||The surface to be treated has to be clean and dry. The moisture content of sawn timber has to be below 20%. The temperature of the air, the surface to be treated and the primer has to be at least +5ºC and the relative humidity of the air below 80%.|
|Preparation||Clean surface from possible dirt, dust and loose material.|
|Application||For airless spraying, the product is thinned approximately 50% to the viscosity 30–40s (DIN4). Recommended nozzle tip is 0.013–0.015" and pressure 120-180 bar. Spray angle shall be chosen according to the shape of the object.
For air-assisted airless spraying, the product is thinned approximately 55% to the viscosity 20–30s (DIN4). Recommended nozzle tip is “0.013–0.015” and pressure 40–140 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 55% to the viscosity 20–30s (DIN4). Recommended nozzle tip is 1.6–2.0 mm and pressure 2–3 bar.
For vacuum application the product is thinned approximately 40% to the viscosity 50–60s (DIN4).
|Painting||Choose the colour of the primer in accordance with the colour of the finishing paint. Finish the surfaces with Pika-Teho, Vinha, Ultra or Teho at the earliest after 24 hours from priming.|
|Mixing of components||Stir the primer carefully before use. Avoid flotation. Thin with water.|
|Cleaning of tools||Water.|
|EU VOC 2004/42/EC-limit value||The Volatile Organic Compounds amount is 10g/litre of paint.
Maximum VOC content in ready to use paint (thinned 50% by volume) is 5g/l.
|HEALTH AND SAFETY LABELLING|
according to Regulation (EC) No. 1272/2008
|Containers are provided with safety labels, which should be observed. 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 sheet||Pinja Universal Primer|