Fontefacade CC 30 - Acrylate single-coat paint
A water-borne, one-component, acrylate single-coat paint for exterior surfaces.
Recommended for fast production lines and drying in elevated temperature as well as in room temperature. Especially suitable for roller and curtain coating.
The paint can be used as a primer and a topcoat.
Suitable for exterior mineral substrates such as fibre-cement flat sheets.
• Good anti-blocking properties.
• Good weathering resistance.
The shades of the Tikkurila Facade colour card, RAL and NCS colour card for exterior use.
Avatint tinting system. MET-base for Metallic shades.
Recommended spreading amounts (unthinned)
Practical coverage depends on the application method, painting conditions and the shape and roughness of the surface to be coated.
Roller or curtain coater.
Dry to touch or stack, after
Final mechanical properties are achieved after several days. Drying and recoating times are related to the wet film thickness, thinning, color shade, temperature, the relative humidity of the air and ventilation.
35 ± 2 volume %
47 ± 2 weight %
Must not freeze. The best storage temperature is between +10–+25°C.
The surface to be treated has to be clean and dry. During application and drying temperature of the air, substrate and paint must be over +10°C and relative humidity of the air below 70%. Good ventilation is also very important.
Surfaces must be free of dirt, dust and grease.
Fontefacade CC 30.
Paint is recommended to be used without thinning. If needed thin with water max 5%.
For curtain coating, the product is thinned approximately 0–5% to the viscosity 50–80s (DIN4). Avoid too high pumping pressure and flowing speed.
Mixing of components
Stir the paint carefully before use.
EU VOC 2004/42/EC-limit value
According to VOC Directive 2004/42/EU the product subcategory A/c VOC limit (1.1.2010) is maximum 40 g/l. VOC content of "Fontefacade CC 30" is 40±10 g/l.
HEALTH AND SAFETY LABELLING
according to Regulation (EC) No. 1272/2008
ENVIRONMENTAL and WASTE DISPOSAL
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.