6700D
DULUX PAINTING GENERAL
1
GENERAL

If you have pre-customised this work section using the "questions and answers" provided as part of the downloading process, it may be necessary to amend some clauses to suit the final project-specific version.

 

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 general matters related to painting work.

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

 

This 6700D DULUX PAINTING GENERAL section is intended to be combined as appropriate with any selection of the 4 work sections listed below, and they collectively comprise painting work:

1.1
RELATED WORK

Refer to 6711D DULUX PAINTING EXTERIOR for exterior paint systems.

Refer to 6721D DULUX PAINTING INTERIOR for interior paint systems.

Refer to 6711DE DULUX ENVIRONMENTAL PAINTING EXTERIOR for environmental exterior paint systems.

Refer to 6721DE DULUX ENVIRONMENTAL PAINTING INTERIOR for environmental interior paint systems.

Refer to 6744D DULUX PROTECTIVE COATINGS for protective coatings or 6742DZ DULUX - ZONE INTUMESCENT COATINGS for intumescent coating systems.

Modify or extend, include cross references to other sections where these contain related work.

1.2
ABBREVIATIONS

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

APAS

Australian Paint Approval Scheme

MPNZA

Master Painters New Zealand Association Inc.

VOC

Volatile organic compound

Refer to general section 1232 INTERPRETATION & DEFINITIONS for abbreviations used throughout the specification.

Documents
1.3
DOCUMENTS

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

AS/NZS 2311

Guide to the painting of buildings

AS/NZS ISO 9001

Quality management systems - Requirements

WorkSafe NZ

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

WorkSafe NZ

Guidelines for the management of lead-based paint

MPNZA

Specification manual

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.

The following are related documents and if referred to in the work section need to be added to the list of DOCUMENTS.

NZBC C/AS1-AS2

Protection from fire

AS/NZS 4361.2

Guide to hazardous paint management - Lead paint in residential, public and commercial buildings

BRANZ BU 633

Removing paint coatings

1.4
MANUFACTURER'S DOCUMENTS

Manufacturer's and supplier's documents relating to work in this section are:

 

Dulux DuSpec specification sheets and product data sheets

List documents relating to this part of the work, i.e. technical product/system specifications, test reports, appraisals, certification, etc.Normally they will be referred to in the text by the abbreviated title.

 Dulux Architectural Brushouts are available online at www.dulux.co.nz/specifier/resources/a4-colour-samples

Copies of relevant literature are available from Dulux

Web:

www.dulux.co.nz/specifier or www.duspec.co.nz

Email:

specifier@dulux.co.nz

Telephone:

0800 800 424

Facsimile:

0800 801 424

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

Warrant this work under normal environmental and use conditions against failure of materials and execution.

 

Product warranty: Products must be applied in accordance with application and preparation procedures according to Dulux DuSpec Specifications and Product Data Sheets.  Contact a Dulux Trade Representative for project specific warranties.

 

Refer to the general section 1237WA WARRANTY AGREEMENT for the required format and details of when completed warranty must be submitted.

Check general section 1237 WARRANTIES for the date of commencement of warranties; which is normally practical completion of the contract.  Refer to the chosen conditions of contract as it may also contain information on warranties and guarantees.

Requirements
1.6
NO SUBSTITUTIONS

Substitutions are not permitted to any specified Dulux system, or associated components and products.

 

If in the applicator's own expertise and judgement an amendment to this specification is required, or where a substrate preparation or required painting system is not covered in this specification, this shall be brought to the attention of the contract administrator and any amendment agreed before work proceeds any further.

1.7
QUALIFICATIONS

Painters to be members of MPNZA and experienced competent workers, familiar with the materials and the techniques specified.

 

The applicator is to have the necessary skill, experience and equipment to undertake the work.  The applicator remains responsible for ensuring proper completion of the work.

1.8
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

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Reviewer:

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Time for review:

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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 as scheduled, including preparation and colour as specified

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.

1.9
HEALTH AND SAFETY

Refer to 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 required 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.

 

Refer to WorkSafe NZ: Guidelines for the management of lead-based paint for the required procedures and precautions when:

  • treating/removing lead-based paint
  • burning off paint
  • sanding off paint
  • using solvent based paint removers.

Use the first part of this clause if specifying coatings with a hazardous substance base.

1.10
PRIOR TO WORK COMMENCING

Before any work commences painters should verify with architect or specifying authority, that their paint matches a previously supplied standard card or panel.  Differently coloured paints will vary in price, opacity and durability.  Dulux normally only specify two coats of colour but with certain colours such as bold, brights and some corporate colours, three coats may be needed.

1.11
MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEETS

Refer to Dulux for the material safety data sheets for every applicable product and comply with the safety procedures listed.  Keep sheets on the site.  Refer to www.dulux.co.nz/specifier.

Performance
1.12
DULUX INSPECTION

Permit representatives of Dulux to inspect the work in progress and take samples of their products from site if requested.

1.13
INSPECTION OF THE WORK

Inspection of the whole of the work at each of the stages set out in SELECTIONS may be made.  Agree a programme that will facilitate such inspection, including notification when each part and stage of the work is ready for inspection.

The level of inspection will depend on the nature of the project and will range from full for large/complex projects through intermittent for straightforward work, to occasional for initially establishing the standards of execution.  Refer to AS/NZS 2311 Appendix C, Inspection and Testing, for more background.

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PRODUCTS
Materials
2.1
PAINT TYPES

Use the manufacturer's complete system and only the products specified.

This would include; paints, undercoats, primers, sealers, stains and clear coats.

2.2
MATERIALS GENERALLY

Use only Dulux products which are guaranteed for their consistency and performance under AS/NZS ISO 9001 and APAS approval, prepared, mixed and applied as directed in the Dulux Duspec specification sheets, specification manuals and product data sheets.

2.3
THINNERS/ADDITIVES

Use only if and when expressly directed by Dulux for their particular product in a particular application.

Accessories
2.4
FILLERS

For recommendations on; fillers, stopping, paint strippers, cleaning agents, etching solutions, mould inhibitors, rust inhibitors, knotting and other commodities used for the surface preparation, refer to the manufacturer of the specified preparation system.

2.5
GYPSUM FILLER - INTERIOR

Finishing compound to match the plasterboard stopping system and finishing grade gypsum plaster to match the fibrous plaster system.  For interior surfaces such as paper faced plasterboard use Dulux Professional Ultra 5 Surface Prep & Finish as an aid to achieving a Level 5 finish.

3
EXECUTION
Conditions
3.1
EXECUTION

To conform to manufacturer's requirements and those methods, practices and techniques contained in AS/NZS 2311, the MPNZA Specification manual, and WorkSafe NZ: Guidelines for the provision of facilities and general safety in the construction industry.

3.2
PREPARE

Prepare surfaces to Dulux's requirements.

3.3
COATED SURFACES

Ensure that substrate surfaces are able to achieve the specified finish.

3.4
PRE-PRIMED SURFACES

Sand down any breakdown or damage of the primer to a sound surface and immediately re-prime.

3.5
BRUSH DOWN

Brush down surfaces immediately before application, to remove dust, dirt and loose material.

3.6
COMPATIBILITY

Check that materials are as required by the paint manufacturers for the particular surface and conditions of exposure, and that they are compatible with each other.  Use paint from the same manufacturer for each paint system.  If not compatible, obtain instructions before proceeding.

3.7
TREATED SURFACES

Where surfaces have been treated with preservatives or fire retardants, check with the treatment manufacturer that coating materials are compatible with the treatment and do not inhibit its performance.  If they are not compatible, obtain instructions before proceeding.

3.8
BACK PAINTING

Co-ordinate with cladding and/or lining installer as to who will do the work and timing.

 

Exterior

For exterior cladding and trim that require on site finishing, paint the back and exposed bottom edges at the base of the cladding (generally, bottom plate overhang and horizontal flashings) to the manufacturer's requirements, but at least to 150mm up from base. Coating to match front finish, generally apply 2 coats or 1 coat if pre-primed.

Refer to appropriate exterior paint sections SELECTION clauses for claddings to be back painted.

 

Interior

For lining and trim that require on site finishing and/or back painting (usually wet areas), paint the back and exposed bottom edges at the base of the lining, to the manufacturer's requirements, but at least to 150mm up from base.  Coating to match front finish, generally apply 2 coats or 1 coat if pre-primed, or if no front finish seal to manufacturer's requirements.

Refer to appropriate interior paint sections SELECTION clauses for linings to be back painted.

Amend this clause to suite project requirements.

Modify if full back painting is required (such as some substrates for tiling).

Some or all back painting may be done by the installer, ensure it is coordinated with the appropriate cladding or lining sections.

3.9
ANCILLARY SURFACES

The coatings listed in schedules and elsewhere are of necessity simplified.  Coat ancillary exposed surfaces to match similar or adjacent materials or areas, except where a fair-faced natural finish is required or items are completely prefinished.  In cases of doubt obtain instructions before proceeding.

3.10
LEAD-BASED PAINT, ASBESTOS

Handle cautiously lead-based paint and asbestos, if present, as required in the MPNZA Health and Safety Programme and WorkSafe NZ: Guidelines for the management of lead-based paint.

3.11
HARDWARE

Do not paint hinges or hardware that cannot be removed.  If items can be removed, carefully remove hardware, fixtures and fittings before commencing work.  Set aside where they cannot be damaged or misplaced and replace on completion.

3.12
PROTECTION

Use dropsheets, coverings and masking necessary to protect adjoining fixtures, fittings and spaces from paint drops, spots, spray and damage.

Preparation
3.13
PREPARATION

Refer to the DuSpec specification sheets for detailed substrate preparation notes relating to SELECTIONS contained in:

  • 6711D DULUX PAINTING EXTERIOR, 6721D DULUX PAINTING INTERIOR, 6711DE DULUX ENVIRONMENTAL PAINTING EXTERIOR and 6721DE DULUX ENVIRONMENTAL PAINTING INTERIOR.
  • www.duspec.co.nz.
Application - before applying final coatings
3.14
OFF-SITE WORK

Carry out off-site preparation and coating under cover, in a suitable environment and with adequate lighting.  Store items both before and after coating in a clean, dry area, protected from the weather and mechanical damage, properly stacked and spaced to permit air circulation and to prevent sticking of surfaces.

3.15
PRIMING JOINERY

Before priming preservative treated timber ensure that any cut surfaces have been retreated.  Liberally coat end grain, allow to soak in and then recoat.  Ensure LOSP.  treated joinery has dried sufficiently to lose odour.

3.16
CONCEALED JOINERY SURFACES

Apply off-site coatings to all surfaces including those which will be concealed when incorporated into the building.

3.17
CONCEALED METAL SURFACES

Apply primer to suit the coating system to all metal surfaces which will be concealed when incorporated into the building.

3.18
DOORS

Prime or seal and paint all six faces of doors before hanging.

3.19
BEAD GLAZING

Before glazing apply the first two coats, or the primer and one undercoat, to rebates of stained, varnished or painted joinery and beads.

3.20
PUTTY FRONTING

According to the putty manufacturer's instructions allow putty to set, then prime with an appropriate Dulux primer, either Dulux1 Step Acrylic Primer Sealer & Undercoat or 1 Step Oil Based Primer, Sealer & Undercoat.   Fully protect the putty by completing the Dulux coating system as soon as it is sufficiently firm.

Application - generally
3.21
PAINTING GENERALLY

Comply with the Dulux Duspec specification sheets, product data sheets and the additional requirements of this work section.

3.22
MIXING

Thoroughly mix paints.  Lift any settled pigment and ensure the paint is homogenous.

3.23
ENVIRONMENT

Paint exterior surfaces only in favourable weather conditions:

  • warm dry days without frost or heavy dews
  • avoid painting in direct sunlight any surfaces that absorb heat excessively
  • as far as possible apply paint in the temperature range 15°C to 25°C
  • do not paint if temperatures fall outside the range of 10°C and 35°C unless paints with the necessary temperature tolerance have been specified
  • do not apply solvent borne paint if moisture is present on the surface
3.24
SEQUENCE OF OPERATIONS

Painting work to generally the following sequence:

  • Back-painting and pre-installation painting, then post-installation exposed-face painting
  • Complete surface preparation before commencing painting
  • Apply primers, sealers, stains, undercoats, paints and clear coatings in the sequences laid down by Dulux
  • Allow the full drying times between coats laid down by Dulux
  • Do not expose primers, sealers and undercoats beyond a few days before applying the next coat
  • Finish broad areas before painting trim
  • Ensure batch numbers of tins are matched for whole areas
  • Internally paint ceilings before walls and walls before joinery, trim and other items.
3.25
PAINT APPLICATIONS

Select brush, roller, or pad and apply paint to the requirements of Dulux and to obtain a smooth even coating of correct thickness, uniform gloss and colour.

3.26
DRYING TIME

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

3.27
LIGHTLY SAND

Lightly sand primers, sealers, undercoats and intermediate coats to remove dust pick-up, protruding fibres and coarse particles.  Remove dust immediately before applying the next coat.

3.28
DEFECTIVE WORK

Correct defective work immediately and re-coat as required, following precisely the Dulux paint system specified.

3.29
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 specified number of coats applied
  • no blemishes such as runs, sags, crinkling, fat edges, entrained paint skins, hairs, dust, bare or starved patches, cracks, brush marks, ladder marks and blistering
  • proper covering of corners, crannies, thin edges, cracks, end grain and other difficult places of application

Note that some colours may require more than two top coats and/or the use of a tinted undercoat.  This is particularly relevant when using bright or high chromatic coloured paints (e.g. colours derived off True Red, Bold Yellow, Orange, and Extra Bright base) or when painting over existing dark colours.

Completion
3.30
CLEAN

Clean adjoining surfaces, glass and fittings of any paint contamination.  Clean off glass indicators at completion of the building works.  Clean glass inside and out to a shining finish.

3.31
CLEAN EQUIPMENT

Use Dulux EnviroWash system for the cleaning of water-based paint and plasters from brushes, rollers, plastering or spray equipment to separate the solids from the water component for safe disposal.  Phone 0800 800 424 for information regarding this system.

3.32
LEAVE

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

3.33
REMOVE

Remove dropsheets, coverings and masking to leave surrounding surfaces and areas clean, tidy and undamaged.  Remove debris, unused materials and elements from the site.

3.34
REPLACE HARDWARE

Replace hardware without damage to it or the adjoining surface.  Leave properly fitted and in working order.

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
SELECTIONS

Refer to 6711D DULUX PAINTING EXTERIOR and 6721D DULUX PAINTING INTERIOR for selections.

Refer to 6711DE DULUX ENVIRONMENTAL PAINTING EXTERIOR and 6721DE DULUX ENVIRONMENTAL PAINTING INTERIOR for selections.

Modify depending on sections used.