Alkyd primer for wood and Bina EMEX.
Aldehyde Wood and Aluminum Primer EMEX is a one-component, standard, based on alkyd resins, organic solvents, pigments, special additives, fillers and ecological anti-aging agents, used as a primary layer to protect exposed wood surfaces or not, both indoors and outdoors. It has good adhesion and resistance as well as preventive action against fungi, molds and bacteria that attack the wood. It can be colored in the characteristic shades: yellow, red, white.
- High adhesion to the support;
- High coverage power;
- Easy application;
- Very good display;
- Good hardness;
- Matt appearance;
- Good weather resistance;
- Antifungal and anti-aging properties;
- Characteristic colors.
Fields of Use:
Alchemical primer for EMEX binaries is intended for domestic or industrial use in order to protect wood, interior or exterior surfaces.
The product is used to cover and protect (against cavities, etc.) new wood surfaces, or cleaned from any previous coatings.
It is used as the final layer in protective systems for wooden, indoor or garden craftsmanship, wall paneling, swings, window sills, panels, beams, plywood, panel, OSB, wooden boards and other wooden surfaces.
Surfaces covered with this type of wood primer can be subsequently painted with any of the enamels or decorative paints based on Fatty Alkyd Resins such as: Email Alchidic Premium EMEX GOLD, EMAC Extracolor EMC or EMCOLOR Satin Paints, or can be varnished, keeping the basic color of the EMEX Wood Alkyd Primer.
The wood surfaces to be covered with the EMEX Binning Primer are sanded with medium grain abrasive paper, until all scratches are removed, and the resulting dust is removed with soft-grained brushes, cloths, or suction.
It is intended to remove any traces of dirt or grease impregnated into fibers; other previous protections will be completely removed by pickling with solutions such as - DECAPANT EMEX CM CLEANER, or EMEX PC ECO Eclipse and sanding with abrasive paper, then removing the resulting dust.
Technical Data Sheet: http://www.emex.ro/Doc/Grund-Alchidic-Lemn-Binale.pdf