Introduction & Use:
Robustness and endurance have always been the main concern of the main concern of exterior wood coatings. With this waterborne for exterior, the life of coated wood has substatially increased.
This product is designed for the protection from the sun radiation and for the reduction of water absorption, as well as the protection against fungi and mould.
Waterborne coating will maintain its elasticity for a long period of time, allowing the coated film to follow the wood movement without cracking.
Our product an eco-friendly one with negligible VOC emission, and it is a none flamable product that can be thinned with water. It is also suitable for all inside and outside timber used in: (wood houses, matchboards, under roof coatings, window/door, frames, shutters, fences, gates etc.) made of coniferous timber or timber without tannis or inhibitors as these could compromise flow leveling, color uniformity and damage the appearance of handcrafts.
Advantages and CHaracteristics of our Wood Preservative waterborne
- Eco-friendly and low VOC emission
- Safe to handle
- Non inflamable
- High durability on outdoor exposure
- Gloss retention
- Non yellowing film
- Resistance to skin formation
- Maintains its elasticity on ageing
- High tixotropy topcoat preventing sagging and running
- Fast in drying time compared to alkyds based wood coatings.
- Excellent flow and Transparency
- Top coat formulated with UV absorbers and transparent iron oxides to block out UV rays that damage the exposed timber.
- Impregnate formulated with anti- temite preventing the growth of insects.
Particularly suitable timbers:
Firewood, Pine, Swedish pine, Yellow pine, Hemlock, Douglas,Larch, Canadian cedar, Meranti (We recommend to prepare a test to control the compatibility with the varnishing cycle used).
Range of Product colors
Larch, pine, chestnut, douglass, mellow walnut, iroko, brenerro wanut, teak, mahogany, dark walnut, brown walnut, ebony, green , blue, olive and gray.
The wood must be healthy and without pith, there must be no traces of fungal or insect attacks, and no transverse cracking of the grain. The relative wood humidity should be in the range of 15%.
The edges must be rounded rather than angled at 45 degrees, the profiles must be inclined at 15 degrees, and the technical solution must be devised to minimize wood movement, water stagnation and absorption and joints or horizontal components.
To achieve sufficient outdoor resistance, apply a minimum 250 to 300 microns on the exterior exposed wood.