6742DF
DULUX - FIRESHIELD™ INTUMESCENT COATINGS
1
GENERAL

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The section must still be checked and customised to suit the project being specified, by removing any other irrelevant details and adding project-specific details and selections.

 

This section relates to the preparation and painting of Dulux - Zone intumescent coatings over:

Modify or extend the above description to suit the project being specified.

Aluminium and zinc spray are covered in the 6782 METAL SPRAY CORROSION PROTECTION section.

1.1
RELATED WORK

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Include cross references to other sections where these contain related work.

Other related sections could be; 6700D DULUX PAINTING GENERAL for general clauses, 6721D DULUX PAINTING INTERIOR for interior painting, 6711D DULUX PAINTING EXTERIOR  for exterior painting, and 6744DP DULUX PROTECTIVE COATINGS for protective coatings.

1.2
ABBREVIATIONS

The following abbreviations are used throughout this part of the specification:

DFT

Dry Film Thickness

FRR

Fire Resistance Rating

MPNZA

Master Painters New Zealand Association Inc

VOC

Volatile Organic Compounds

Documents
1.3
DOCUMENTS

Refer to the general section 1233 REFERENCED DOCUMENTS.  The following documents are specifically referred to in this section:

NZBC C/AS2

Protection from fire

AS 1627

Metal finishing - Preparation and pre-treatment of surfaces

ISO 5660.1

Reaction-to-fire tests - Heat release, smoke production and mass loss rate - Part 1: Heat release rate (cone calorimeter method)

AS/NZS ISO 9001

Quality management systems - Requirements

WorkSafe NZ

Guidelines for the provision of facilities and general safety in the construction industry

MPNZA

Health and Safety Programme

Health and Safety at Work Act 2015

Delete from the DOCUMENTS clause any document not cited.  List any additional cited documents.

 

RELATED DOCUMENTS

Refer to the following related documents when preparing this section:

NZBC F5/AS1

Construction and demolition hazards

AS/NZS 2311

Guide to the painting of buildings

AS/NZS 3750

Paints for steel structures

AS 3894

Site testing of protective coatings

BS 5493

Protective coating of iron and steel structures against corrosion

Dangerous Goods Regulations, Flammable Liquids 1985

New Zealand Painting Contractors Association (Inc): Specification manual

1.4
MANUFACTURER'S DOCUMENTS

Documents relating to work in this section are:

 

Dulux - ZONE Protective Coatings specification sheets

Material Safety Data Sheets

Product Data Sheets, for Application Procedure

Metallic Working Procedures and Dulux - ZONE Technical Service

 

Copies of the above literature are available from:

Web:

www.duspec.co.nz

 

www.zone.net.nz

Email:

specifier@dulux.co.nz

 

info@zone.net.nz

Telephone:

Dulux 0800 800-424

 

ZONE 0800 508-800

Facsimile:

Dulux 0800 801-424

 

ZONE (09) 523-3743

 

Further information and/or names of recommended fabricators/applicators are available by phoning Dulux (09) 368-2811 or ZONE (09) 524-6139 or 0800 508 800

It is important to ensure that all personnel on site have access to accurate, up to date technical information on the many products, materials and equipment used on a project.  In most cases individual products are not used in isolation, but form part of a building process.  Also a particular manufacturer's and/or supplier's requirements for handling, storage, preparation, installation, finishing and protection of their product can vary from what might be considered the norm.  Access to technical information can help overcome this potential problem.

Warranties
1.5
WARRANTY - MANUFACTURER/SUPPLIER

Warranties will be project specific and vary depending on the nature of each project.  Contact your Dulux or Zone Architectural representative for specific requirements for each system specified.

 

  • Dulux and Zone will provide separate warranties where applicable.
  • Dulux and Zone must be advised prior to project commencement that a project warrranty will be required.  No warranty will be issued if advised after the project has commenced.
  • Terms and conditions will apply to the warranties

 

Refer to the general section 1237 WARRANTIES for additional requirements.

Modify or expand the clause to suit project or manufacturer/supplier requirements, options include:

  • Change the standard form to be used (check with the manufacturer/supplier, use the general section 1237WA WARRANTY AGREEMENT if required)
  • Commence the warranty from the date of purchase (check with the manufacturer/supplier)
1.6
WARRANTY - INSTALLER/APPLICATOR

Provide an applicator warranty:

2 years

For application

 

  • Provide this warranty on the applicator standard form.
  • Commence the warranty from the date of practical completion of the contract works.

 

Refer to the general section 1237 WARRANTIES for additional requirements.

Modify or expand the clause to suit project or applicator requirements, options include:

  • Change the standard form to be used (check with the applicator, use the general section 1237WA WARRANTY AGREEMENT if required)
  • Commence the warranty from the date of application (check with the applicator)
Requirements
1.7
NO SUBSTITUTIONS

Substitutions are not permitted to any specified Dulux - ZONE Protective Coatings system, or associated Dulux - ZONE Protective Coatings products.

1.8
QUALIFICATIONS

Painters to be experienced, competent, familiar with the materials and the techniques specified.

Phoenix intumescent coatings must be applied by approved applicators only.

1.9
SAMPLES

Refer to the general section 1270 CONSTRUCTION for details of how samples will be reviewed and how instructions to proceed will be given.  Provide the following samples for review:

 

Sample A

Sample B

Sample C

Sample description:

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Sample type:

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Number:

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Location:

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Supporting documentation:

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Reviewer:

Contract administrator

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Contract administrator

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Time for review:

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Review criteria:

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The intention of this clause is to allow samples to be obtained that are not otherwise readily available to a reviewer.

 

Delete rows and columns not required or add "n/a".

Sample description:

Describe the sample, size etc.

Samples of the finished work including the preparation as specified in the 3411 STRUCTURAL STEELWORK and 6782 METAL SPRAY CORROSION PROTECTION sections

Sample type:

Portable sample for review

Portable control sample

Fixed sample for review

Fixed control sample

 

Control samples define requirements for type and quality and are used for comparison purposes throughout the contract.

 

A "portable" sample is a sample that is easily movable, convenient for carrying. A "fixed" sample is a sample (semi) permanently placed. Expand on these terms as necessary.

Number:

State number of samples required, e.g. a minimum of three control samples - portable allow a sample to be retained on site with the other samples retained by the contract administrator and contractor.

Location:

Identify location of fixed samples, e.g. off site, on site, in situ

Supporting documentation:

Describe any additional documents required to support the review.

Reviewer:

Modify to suit the project, add additional reviewers if required.

Time for review:

Alter time if required. Expand to state timing in relation to when and where the sample is provided, e.g. at first site meeting.

Review criteria:

For example:

- Appearance

- Texture

- Colour

Add any critical items. Provide clarity for work that is not dependent on the review to continue.

1.10
ANNUAL WASH DOWN

To comply with product warranties, the building owner has the responsibility to ensure the exposed exterior steelwork is annually fresh water washed down.

Performance
1.11
QUALITY ASSURANCE

Maintain quality assurance programmes to AS/NZS ISO 9001 for both preparation and painting/coating, as necessary to assure that work is performed in accordance with this specification and the qualifying requirements of the contract documents.

Full QA of the application of Phoenix Intumescent  coatings must be agreed and maintained for issue of Intumescent Coatings Certificates.

1.12
GENERAL INSPECTIONS

Inspection of the work to take place at each of the stages as scheduled.  Refer to SELECTIONS.  Confirm a written programme to facilitate these inspections, including notification when each stage of the work is ready for inspection.

1.13
MANUFACTURER'S INSPECTIONS

Permit the paint manufacturer to inspect the work in progress and to take samples of their products from site as requested.

1.14
HEALTH AND SAFETY

Refer to the requirements of the Health and Safety at Work Act 2015 and WorkSafe NZ:  Guidelines for the provision of facilities and general safety in the construction industry.  If the elimination or isolation of potential hazards is not possible then minimise hazards in this work on site by using the proper equipment and techniques as set out in the MPNZA Health and Safety Programme.  Supply protective clothing and equipment.  Inform employees and others on site of the hazards and put in place procedures for dealing with emergencies.

1.15
MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEETS

Obtain from Dulux the material safety data sheet for each paint product used and comply with the required safety procedures.  Keep sheets on site.

1.16
ENVIRONMENT

All VOC levels quoted are based on white topcoats and will vary when tinted. Refer to DULUX DuSpec and ZONE data sheets for up to date VOC levels as these are subject to change.  Refer to SELECTIONS for specific levels.

Performance - fire
1.17
FIRE RESISTANCE RATINGS

Provide schedules for fire resistance ratings to NZBC C/AS2, 2.3 Fire resistance ratings.  Refer to SELECTIONS for required ratings.

1.18
TOPCOAT PRODUCT FIRE GROUP NUMBERS

To NZBC C/AS2, Table 4.3.  Refer to relevant Dulux paint section for confirmation of Group Number classification for interior top coating surface finish requirements.

1.19
CAP PRODUCT FIRE GROUP NUMBERS

The Group Number Classification to NZBC C/AS2, Table 4.3 has been determined in accordance with NZBC C/AS2 Table C1.2 following testing to ISO 5660.1.

System

Group Number

CAP508 on interior timber substrate (pigmented)

1-S, as tested on uncoated 9.5mm Douglas Fir Plywood

CAP800-1S on interior timber substrate (clear)

1-S, as tested on uncoated 9.5mm Douglas Fir Plywood

2
PRODUCTS
Materials
2.1
PRIMER

Refer to SELECTIONS for type.

Check compatibility with top coating systems.

2.2
COATING SYSTEMS

Refer to SELECTIONS for type.

Where additional information on selected materials and finishing products is necessary include it here.  Otherwise include all relevant information under SELECTIONS.

3
EXECUTION
Conditions
3.1
CONDITIONS FOR PAINTING

Coat steelwork in conditions approved for the application of the specified coatings.  Carry out off-site preparation and coating application under cover, in a suitable environment, with adequate lighting and with the air and steel temperature between 5°C and 25°C.

 

Ensure prepared and painted surfaces are clean and dry.  Do not carry out preparation or painting when the ambient relative humidity exceeds 85% (80% for CAP products), or when the steel surface temperature is within 3°C of the dew point.

3.2
COATING APPLICATION

Apply coatings strictly in accordance with the manufacturer's stated requirements.  Ensure that the manufacturer's latest product data sheets are available for reference during preparation and painting.

3.3
COMPATIBILITY

Ensure that materials are as required by their manufacturers for the particular surface and conditions of exposure, and that materials used within each painting system are compatible with each other and are from the same manufacturer, or manufacturers with a formal relationship for use of each others products.

3.4
SEQUENCE OF OPERATIONS

Complete surface preparation before commencing painting.  Apply paint in the specified sequence using the specified paint.  Allow full drying time between coats to the manufacturer's stated requirements.  Do not expose primers, undercoats and intermediate coats beyond a few days before applying the next coat.

3.5
DRYING TIME

Before handling or applying the next coat of paint, give each coat the required drying time required by the manufacturer.  Ensure that surfaces being painted are clean, dry and that ambient conditions are such that condensation does not occur before the paint reaches surface-dry condition.

Preparation - metal substrates
3.6
UNPAINTED SURFACES

Do not paint:

  • Faying face of high strength friction grip (HSFG) bolted joints
  • Areas for site welding keeping 75mm clear all round
  • Surfaces for embedding in concrete.
3.7
WIRE BRUSHING AND POWER TOOL CLEANING

Remove oil and grease by the use of solvents.  Scrape and power wire brush to a minimum class St 2 finish to AS 1627, part 2.  Clean to bright metal, but avoid producing a polished surface.  Check that no burrs or sharp arrises remain which may prevent full coating thickness being attained.  Alternative method includes abrasive blasting to AS 1627, Part 4, Class 1.

3.8
ABRASIVE BLASTING

Remove oil and grease by the use of solvents.  Abrasive blast clean to a class 2.5 finish to AS 1627, Part 4.  Clean to bright metal, but avoid producing a polished surface.  Select grit type and equipment such that the cleaned surface profile between peaks and valleys does not exceed one third of the dry film thickness.  Check that no burrs or sharp arrises remain which may prevent the full coating thickness being attained.

3.9
PREPARING GALVANIZED AND ALUMINIUM SURFACES

Remove grease, oil and other solvent-soluble contaminants by wiping and/or brushing with mineral turpentine or white spirit, according to AS 1627.1.  Finally wipe with clean solvent.  Allow to dry and proceed with the next operation immediately.  Lightly abrade surface if required to provide adequate key for coating, taking care to only minimally reduce the galvanizing thickness.

3.10
PREPARING ZINC PRIMED SURFACES

Do not apply Phoenix Intumescent directly to any Zinc Rich or Inorganic Zinc Silicate primer coat, use of an approved epoxy tie coat (e.g. Duremax GPE-ZP).  Zinc primers must be free from zinc salts, remove if present.  Remove grease, oil and other solvent-soluble contaminants by wiping with mineral turpentine or white spirit.  Finally wipe with clean solvent.  Allow to dry and proceed with the next operation immediately.

 

Some chalking and yellowing will occur to Duremax GPE ZP with exposure to weather if not top coated within 4 weeks of application.  This will not detract from the resistance properties of the coating, if wash down and abrading of Duremax GPE ZP is undertaken prior to the application of Phoenix Intumescent 170, 370 or 700.

Inorganic zinc silicate primer coatings will require sealing with an approved sealer prior to application of an intumescent material.

3.11
SHOP PRIMING

Dust off and apply a coat of primer.

Generally use primers to give a single coat thickness of 50-75 microns.  Use primers that suit the standard of preparation.  High performance primers will require abrasive blasted surfaces rather than wire brushing.  Ensure suitable, compatible undercoats and top coats are specified elsewhere.  Also check the manufacturer's literature.

3.12
PATCH PRIMING

Clean areas of damaged priming and areas left clear for site jointing to a standard comparable with the shop cleaning specified.  Wash off chemical deposits from welding fumes.  Apply priming coats to same standard as shop primers, ensuring thorough coating of bolts, nuts and connection areas.  Re-prime if the primer fails.

3.13
SITE REPAIR METALLIC/MIO FINISHES

Spray application (conventional or HVLP) on site is recommended for repair and touch up of MIO or Metallic finishes.

3.14
SITE COATING

High pressure fresh water wash down all surfaces.  Lightly sand down primer/intermediate coats, which have been shop applied, prior to site application of next coat.  Ensure all surfaces are clean and dry prior to any coating application.  Do not carry out preparation or painting when the relative humidity exceeds 85% (80% for CAP products), or when the steel temperature is within 3°C of the dew point.

3.15
AESTHETIC FINISH

When a high quality aesthetic finish is required, a thorough sand of the Intumescent coating is recommended prior to applying the finish coat.

Preparation - timber substrates
3.16
PREPARATION - BARE UNCOATED TIMBER

Lightly sand to provide a smooth surface suitable for a clear coating.  Perform an adhesion test and sample for opacity to ensure the substrate is compatible with CAP.

 

Fill holes, cracks and surface imperfections with an appropriate filler.  Sand to a smooth, clean, dry finish, free of any contamination to ensure proper adhesion.  Remove any contaminates by wiping with methylated spirits, or clean dust off surface with a damp cloth.  Check moisture content of timber is below 15%.

3.17
PREPARATION - PREVIOUSLY VARNISHED TIMBER

Ensure existing coating is hard and suitable for sanding.  Lightly sand to provide a consistent key for CAP using 180 grit sand paper.  Ensure all gloss and clear areas have achieved a matt, roughened up appearance.

 

Fill holes, cracks and surface imperfections with an appropriate filler.  Sand to a smooth, clean, dry finish; free of any contamination, to ensure proper adhesion.  Remove any contaminates by wiping with methylated spirits, or clean dust off surface with a damp cloth.  Check moisture content of timber is below 15%.

3.18
PREPARATION - PREVIOUSLY BLONDED OR STAINED TIMBER

Prepare timber in accordance with Zone Architectural Products Ltd specific requirements.

3.19
PREPARATION - FIBROUS PLASTER / PLASTERBOARD / LATH AND PLASTER SUBSTRATES

Thoroughly wash and rinse surfaces with warm soapy water and sponge to remove all dirt, dust, grease, wax, oil, and any other contaminants.  Change the wash and rinse solutions frequently.  Clean with a soft cloth and allow to dry.  Fill holes, cracks and surface imperfections with an appropriate filler.  Scrape off all loose and flaking paint and sand smooth remaining edges of substrate.

Application - general
3.20
DRY FILM THICKNESS

Provide the intumescent dry film thicknesses specified.

Information required:

FRR requirement i.e. 30 - 180 minutes

Sizes of beams / columns / sections

Number of section sides requiring fire protection

Environment of fire protected steel

Contact Zone for confirmation of intumescent dry film thickness on steel sections to be fire protected.

3.21
WEATHER PROTECTION OF INTUMESCENT COATED STEEL SECTIONS

Phoenix intumescent coatings (Phoenix 700-60, 370-120, and 170-120) can be site or shop applied.  Ensure intumescent coated sections are protected against ponding or pooling water on site.  Phoenix solvent based intumescent coating (170-120) can be exposed to weathering conditions on site for a limited time before requiring full topcoat protection.  Phoenix water based intumescent coatings (700-60 and 370-120) must be top coated with approved topcoat system if the steelwork is likely to remain exposed to weathering on site.

3.22
EACH COAT

Each coat of paint and the completed paint system to have the following qualities and properties:

  • Uniform finish, colour, texture, sheen and hiding power
  • The proper number of coats applied
  • Free of defects such as pinholing, alligatoring, blistering, staining, overspray, peeling, runs, sags and wrinkling.
3.23
SITE APPLICATION

Site application of intermediate and/or topcoats may require additional coats to achieve the specified DFT.

Completion
3.24
LEAVE

Leave the whole of this work uniform in gloss, texture and colour, free from painting defects, clean and unmarked, and to the standard required by following procedures.

4
SELECTIONS

Substitutions are not permitted to the following, unless stated otherwise.

SELECTIONS is for providing details of the actual selections to be included in the contract works including model numbers, colours and other information necessary to ensure that the correct materials are supplied and installed

4.1
GENERAL INSPECTIONS

Coating system:

~

Nature of inspections:

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Interior steelwork - mild steel 30 - 120 minute FRR
4.2
INTERIOR STEELWORK - INTUMESCENT FRR 30/60/90/120 - PAINT FINISH

Gloss level:

Low Sheen

Coating type:

Alkyd zinc phosphate primer + intumescent + water based topcoats

System:

Duspec NZ_SC09486

Preparation:

Abrasive blast to AS 1627.4 Class 2.5

1st coat:

DULUX Luxaprime ZP @ 75 microns DFT

2nd coat:

ZONE Phoenix 700-60, 370-120 or 170-120

3rd coat:

DULUX Wash & Wear 101 @ 25 microns DFT

4th coat:

DULUX Wash & Wear 101 @ 25 microns DFT

Refer to table below for alternative top coat gloss level

Gloss level

System

Flat

Duspec NZ_SC09487

Semi Gloss

Duspec NZ_SC09488

Dulux recommends Low Sheen or Semi Gloss in most broadwall situations.  Contact Dulux before specifying a flat finish in a broadwall application to assess product suitabilty.

4.3
INTERIOR STEELWORK - INTUMESCENT FRR 30/60/90/120 - PAINT FINISH

Gloss level:

Semi Gloss

Coating type:

Alkyd zinc phosphate primer + intumescent + water based enamel topcoats

System:

Duspec NZ_SC09491

Preparation:

Abrasive blast to AS 1627.4 Class 2.5

1st coat:

DULUX Luxaprime ZP @ 75 microns DFT

2nd coat:

ZONE Phoenix 700-60, 370-120 or 170-120

3rd coat:

DULUX Aquanamel @ 23 microns DFT

4th coat:

DULUX Aquanamel @ 23 microns DFT

Refer to table below for alternative top coat gloss level.

Gloss level

System

Low Sheen

Duspec NZ_SC09493

Gloss

Duspec NZ_SC09492

4.4
INTERIOR STEELWORK – INTUMESCENT FRR 30/60/90/120 – HIGH DEMAND FINISH

Gloss level:

Semi Gloss

Coating type:

Alkyd zinc phosphate primer + intumescent + water borne acrylic epoxy topcoats

System:

Duspec NZ_SC09494

Preparation:

Abrasive blast to AS 1627.4 Class 2.5

1st coat:

DULUX Luxaprime ZP @ 75 microns DFT

2nd coat:

ZONE Phoenix 700-60, 370-120 or 170-120

3rd coat:

DULUX Enviropoxy WBE @ 50 microns DFT

4th coat:

DULUX Enviropoxy WBE @ 50 microns DFT

4.5
INTERIOR STEELWORK – INTUMESCENT FRR 30/60/90/120 – HIGH DEMAND FINISH

Gloss level:

Gloss

Coating type:

Alkyd zinc phosphate primer + intumescent + solvent based polyurethane topcoats

System:

Duspec NZ_SC09496

Preparation:

Abrasive blast to AS 1627.4 Class 2.5

1st coat:

DULUX Luxaprime ZP @ 75 microns DFT

2nd coat:

ZONE Phoenix 700-60, 370-120 or 170-120

3rd coat:

DULUX Luxathane R @ 50 microns DFT

4th coat:

DULUX Luxathane R @ 50 microns DFT

4.6
INTERIOR STEELWORK – INTUMESCENT FRR 30/60/90/120 – DECORATIVE METALLIC FINISH

Gloss level:

Gloss

Coating type:

Alkyd zinc phosphate primer + intumescent + acrylic topcoat (metallic finish)

System:

Duspec NZ_SC09497

Preparation:

Abrasive blast to AS 1627.4 Class 2.5

1st coat:

DULUX Luxaprime ZP @ 75 microns DFT

2nd coat:

ZONE Phoenix 700-60, 370-120 or 170-120

3rd coat:

DULUX Metallic Effects @ 25 microns DFT

4th coat:

DULUX Metallic Effects @ 25 microns DFT

Interior fire resistant coatings – timber, fibrous plaster, paperfaced plasterboard – paint finish
4.7
INTERIOR TIMBER WALLS OR CEILINGS – PAINT FINISH

Gloss level:

Low Sheen

Coating type:

Water based primer + intumescent + water based topcoat

Fire:

Group Number 1-S (surface performance)

Substrate thickness:

>9.5mm

System:

Duspec NZ_SC09498

1st coat:

DULUX 1 Step Acrylic Primer Sealer Undercoat @ 16 m²/L

2nd coat:

ZONE CAP508 @ 140 microns DFT

3rd coat:

ZONE CAP508 @ 140 microns DFT

4th coat:

DULUX Wash & Wear 101 @ 16 m²/L

5th coat:

DULUX Wash & Wear 101 @ 16 m²/L

Refer to table below for alternative top coat gloss level

Gloss level

System

Flat

DuSpec NZ_SC09499

Semi Gloss

DuSpec NZ_SC09500

Dulux recommends Low Sheen or Semi Gloss in most broadwall situations.  Contact Dulux before specifying a flat finish in a broadwall application to assess product suitabilty.

Note: this product specification has limitations surrounding substrate construction which must be checked with Zone prior to specification being issued.

4.8
INTERIOR FIBROUS PLASTER - CEILINGS - 90/90/90 - PAINT FINISH

Gloss level:

Flat

Coating type:

Water based primer + intumescent + water based topcoat

Substrate thickness:

>16mm

System:

Duspec NZ_SC09505

1st coat:

DULUX 1 Step Oil Based Primer Sealer Undercoat @ 16 m²/L

2nd coat:

ZONE CAP508 @ 700 microns DFT

3rd coat:

DULUX Professional Tintable Ceiling Flat @ 12.8 m²/L

4th coat:

DULUX Professional Tintable Ceiling Flat @ 12.8 m²/L

Note: this product specification has limitations surrounding substrate construction which must be checked with Zone prior to specification being issued.

4.9
INTERIOR PAPERFACED PLASTERBOARD – CEILINGS – FRR 60/60/60 – PAINT FINISH

Gloss level:

Flat

Coating type:

Water based primer + intumescent + water based topcoat

Substrate thickness:

>10mm

System:

Duspec NZ_SC09506

1st coat:

DULUX 1 Step Acrylic Primer Sealer Undercoat @ 16 m²/L

2nd coat:

ZONE CAP508 @ 750 microns DFT

3rd coat:

DULUX Professional Tintable Ceiling Flat @ 12.8 m²/L

4th coat:

DULUX Professional Tintable Ceiling Flat @ 12.8 m²/L

Note: this product specification has limitations surrounding substrate construction which must be checked with Zone prior to specification being issued.

4.10
INTERIOR PAPERFACED PLASTERBOARD – NON LOAD BEARING WALLS – FRR -/45/45 – PAINT FINISH

Gloss level:

Low Sheen

Coating type:

Water based primer + intumescent + water based topcoat

Substrate thickness:

>10mm

System:

Duspec NZ_SC09507

1st coat:

DULUX 1 Step Acrylic Primer Sealer Undercoat @ 16 m²/L

2nd coat:

ZONE CAP508 @ 340 microns DFT

3rd coat:

DULUX Wash & Wear 101 @ 16 m²/L

4th coat:

DULUX Wash & Wear 101 @ 16 m²/L

Refer to table below for alternative top coat gloss level

Gloss level

System

Flat

DuSpec NZ_SC09508

Semi Gloss

DuSpec NZ_SC09509

Dulux recommends Low Sheen or Semi Gloss in most broadwall situations.  Contact Dulux before specifying a flat finish in a broadwall application to assess product suitabilty.

Note: this product specification has limitations surrounding substrate construction which must be checked with Zone prior to specification being issued.

4.11
INTERIOR PAPERFACED PLASTERBOARD – NON LOAD BEARING WALLS – FRR -/60/60 – PAINT FINISH

Gloss level:

Low Sheen

Coating type:

Water based primer + intumescent + water based topcoat

Substrate thickness:

10mm

System:

Duspec NZ_SC09507

1st coat:

DULUX 1 Step Acrylic Primer Sealer Undercoat @ 16 m²/L

2nd coat:

ZONE CAP508 @ 680 microns DFT

3rd coat:

DULUX Wash & Wear 101 @ 16 m²/L

4th coat:

DULUX Wash & Wear 101 @ 16 m²/L

Refer to table below for alternative top coat gloss level

Gloss level

System

Flat

DuSpec NZ_SC09508

Semi Gloss

DuSpec NZ_SC09509

Dulux recommends Low Sheen or Semi Gloss in most broadwall situations.  Contact Dulux before specifying a flat finish in a broadwall application to assess product suitabilty.

Note: this product specification has limitations surrounding substrate construction which must be checked with Zone prior to specification being issued.

Interior fire resistant coatings – clear finish – timber
4.12
INTERIOR TIMBER NEW – CLEAR

Gloss level:

Matt

Coating type:

Solvent based clear system

Substrate thickness:

>9.5mm

Fire:

Group Number 1-S (surface performance)

1st coat:

ZONE CAP100 @ 25 microns DFT

2nd coat:

ZONE CAP800-1S @ 150 microns DFT

3rd coat:

ZONE CAP800-1S @ 150 microns DFT

4th coat:

ZONE CAP830 @ 45 microns DFT

Note: this product specification has limitations surrounding substrate construction which must be checked with Zone prior to specification being issued.

Exterior steelwork - mild steel: 30 - 120 minute FRR
4.13
EXTERIOR STEELWORK – INTUMESCENT FRR 30/60/90/120 – VERY LONG TERM SYSTEM

Gloss level:

Gloss

Coating type:

Epoxy zinc phosphate primer + intumescent + acrylic polyurethane topcoats

System:

Duspec NZ_SC09510

Preparation:

Abrasive blast to AS 1627.4 Class 2.5

1st coat:

DULUX Duremax GPE ZP @ 150 microns DFT

2nd coat:

ZONE Phoenix 700-60, 370-120 or 170-120

3rd coat:

DULUX Weathermax HBR @ 100 microns DFT

4th coat:

DULUX Weathermax HBR @ 100 microns DFT

4.14
EXTERIOR STEELWORK – INTUMESCENT FRR 30/60/90/120 – LONG TERM SYSTEM

Gloss level:

Gloss

Coating type:

Epoxy zinc phosphate primer + Intumescent + acrylic polyurethane topcoat

System:

Duspec NZ_SC09511

Preparation:

Abrasive blast to AS 1627.4 Class 2.5

1st coat:

DULUX Duremax GPE ZP @ 150 microns DFT

2nd coat:

ZONE Phoenix 700-60, 370-120 or 170-120

3rd coat:

DULUX Weathermax HBR @ 100 microns DFT

4.15
EXTERIOR STEELWORK – INTUMESCENT FRR 30/60/90/120 – DECORATIVE METALLIC FINISH

Gloss level:

Gloss

Coating type:

Epoxy zinc phosphate primer + intumescent + acrylic topcoats (metallic finish)

System:

Duspec NZ_SC09512

Preparation:

Abrasive blast to AS 1627.4 Class 2.5

1st coat:

DULUX Duremax GPE ZP @ 150 microns DFT

2nd coat:

ZONE Phoenix 700-60, 370-120 or 170-120

3rd coat:

DULUX Metallic Effects @ 25 microns DFT

4th coat:

DULUX Metallic Effects @ 25 microns DFT

Exterior steelwork - zinc coated: 30 - 120 minute FRR
4.16
EXTERIOR ZINC COATED STEEL – INTUMESCENT FRR 30/60/90/120 – VERY LONG TERM

Gloss level:

Gloss

Coating type:

Epoxy zinc phosphate primer + intumescent + acrylic polyurethane topcoat

System:

DuSpec NZ_SC09513

Preparation:

Clean to AS 1627.1 and lightly abrade

1st coat:

DULUX Duremax GPE ZP @ 150 microns DFT

2nd coat:

ZONE Phoenix 700-60, 370-120 or 170-120

3rd coat:

DULUX Weathermax HBR @ 100 microns DFT

4.17
EXTERIOR ZINC COATED STEEL – INTUMESCENT FRR 30/60/90/120 – DECORATIVE METALLIC FINISH

Gloss level:

Gloss

Coating type:

Epoxy zinc phosphate primer + intumescent + acrylic topcoats (metallic finish)

System:

DuSpec NZ_SC09514

Preparation:

Clean to AS 1627.1 and lightly abrade

1st coat:

DULUX Duremax GPE ZP @ 150 microns DFT

2nd coat:

ZONE Phoenix 700-60, 370-120 or 170-120

3rd coat:

DULUX Metallic Effects @ 25 microns DFT

4th coat:

DULUX Metallic Effects @ 25 microns DFT