PRODUCT DATA SHEET
17.01.2017
(Previous date 13.10.2010)

Akviwax - Water-borne wax

 
Akviwax
DESCRIPTION A water-borne wax.
PRODUCT FEATURES

A fast-drying wax for different kinds of interior wood applications.

Recommended uses -

TECHNICAL DATA
Colour Range AVATINT and AKVI TONE tinting.
Gloss groups Matt
Coverage

Recommended spreading amounts (unthinned)

Theoretical coverage

dry

wet

 

13–23 µm

70–120 g/m²

8–14 m2/l


Practical coverage depends on the application method, painting conditions and the shape and roughness of the surface to be coated.
Thinner Water
Application method Air-assisted airless spraying, conventional spraying, brushing and roller coating.
Drying times

100 g/m² wet

+50ºC

Dry to polish, after

5–10 min

 

Drying and recoating times are related to the film thickness, temperature, the relative humidity of the air and ventilation.

 

Solids volume abt. 19 % by volume, abt. 30 % by weight
Density 1.0 - 1.2 kg / l
Product code 379 0201 (white).

APPLICATION DETAILS
Application conditions The surface to be treated has to be clean and dry. The moisture content of wood has to be below 20%. During application and drying temperature of the air, substrate and paint must be over +15°C and relative humidity of the air below 80%. Good ventilation is required to ensure optimal result. Product can be dried with or without oven.
Preparation Remove dust, loose particles and other impurities from the surface.
Painting For air-assisted airless spraying, the product is thinned approximately 0–5% to the viscosity 40–60s (DIN4). Recommended nozzle tip is 0.009"–0.013" 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 0–5% to the viscosity 40–60s (DIN4). Recommended nozzle tip is 1.4–1.8 mm and pressure 2–3 bar.

For roller coating, the product is not thinned.
Overcoating Akviwax.
Cleaning of tools Water.
EU VOC 2004/42/EC-limit value The Volatile Organic Compounds amount is 54 g/litre of wax.
Maximum VOC content in ready to use wax (thinned 5% by volume) is 54g/litre.
VOC 2004/42/EC (cat A/d) 130g/l (2010).






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 sheetAkviwax
 
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