6744DP
DULUX PROTECTIVE COATINGS
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 preparation and painting of Dulux protective coating systems over:

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

For more Intumescent Coatings, refer to Dulux - Zone Intumescent Coatings,

For specific technical information call Dulux customer services on 0800 800 424 or access DuSpec, our web based specification site www.duspec.co.nz

1.1
RELATED WORK

Refer to ~ for ~

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

 

Other related sections could be; 6700D DULUX PAINTING GENERAL, 6721D DULUX PAINTING INTERIOR for interior painting, and 6711D DULUX PAINTING EXTERIOR for exterior painting, 6742DZ DULUX - ZONE INTUMESCENT COATINGS for intumescent coatings, 3411 STRUCTURAL STEELWORK and 6782 METAL SPRAY CORROSION PROTECTION sections for preparation of steelwork.

1.2
ABBREVIATIONS

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

ACA

Australasian Corrosion Association

APAS

Australian Paint Approval Scheme

DFT

Dry film thickness

ITP

Inspection and test plan

MPNZA

Master Painters New Zealand Association Inc.

NACE

National Association of Corrosion Engineers

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

Documents
1.3
DOCUMENTS

Documents referred to in this section are:

AS 1627.1-9

Metal finishing - Preparation and pretreatment of surfaces - Method selection guide

AS/NZS 2312:2002

Guide to the protection of structural steel against atmospheric corrosion by the use of protective coatings

AS/NZS 2312.1

Guide to the protection of structural steel against atmospheric corrosion by the use of protective coatings - Paint Coatings

AS/NZS 2312.2

Guide to the protection of structural steel against atmospheric corrosion by the use of protective coatings - Hot Dip Galvanizing

SNZ TS 3404

Durability requirements for steel structures and components

AS 3894.10

Site testing of protective coatings - Inspection report - Daily surface and ambient conditions

AS 3894.11

Site testing of protective coatings - Equipment report

AS 3894.12

Site testing of protective coatings - Inspection report - Coating

AS 3894.13

Site testing of protective coatings - Inspection report - Daily

AS 3894.14

Site testing of protective coatings - Inspection report - Daily painting

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 and Painters hazard handbook

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 C/AS1-AS2

Protection from fire

NZBC F2/AS1

Hazardous building materials

AS/NZS 2311

Guide to the painting of buildings

AS/NZS 3750.0

Paints for steel structures

AS/NZS 3750.15

Paints for steel structures - Inorganic zinc silicate paint

AS/NZS 4361.2

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

Dangerous Goods Regulations, Flammable Liquids 1985

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

 

Copies of relevant literature are available from Dulux

Web:

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

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 - INSTALLER/APPLICATOR

Provide an installer/applicator warranty:

~ years:

For ~

 

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

 

Refer to the section 1237 WARRANTIES for additional requirements.

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

  • Commence the warranty from the date of completion of this part of the contract work
1.6
WARRANTY - MANUFACTURER/SUPPLIER

Product warranty:

Products must be applied in accordance with application and preparation procedures according to Dulux DuSpec Specifications and Product Data Sheets.

 

Refer to the section 1237 WARRANTIES for additional requirements.

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

  • Commence the warranty from the date of completion of this part of the contract work.  Refer to the chosen conditions of contract as it may also contain information on warranties and guarantees.
Requirements
1.7
NO SUBSTITUTIONS

Substitutions are not permitted to any specified Dulux protective coating product or associated accessories.

1.8
QUALIFICATIONS

Coatings are specialist products, and accordingly must be applied by specialist applicators who are familiar with the materials and the techniques specified and with Dulux coating systems.

1.9
PRE - CONTRACT MEETING

The Project Manager to convene a meeting, prior to the commencement of the work, between a representative of the contractor, the applicator and a Dulux representative.  The following topics to be reviewed and agreed upon:

  • The coating system
  • Site safety and permit to work (hot and cold)
  • Emergency evacuation, assembly points and first aid
  • Lines of communication between contractor, applicator, inspector, project manager and owner
  • ITP Hold Points
  • Inspection methods and equipment to be used
  • Coating repairs
  • Warranties if applicable
  • Site transport regulations, security issues, drug and alcohol policy
1.10
EQUIPMENT

All equipment used by the applicator to comply with WorkSafe NZ - Guidelines for the provision of facilities and general safety in the construction industry, with the Health and Safety at Work Act 2015 and MPNZA - Health and Safety Programme.

Refer also to Dulux materials safety data sheets.

1.11
PROTECTION OF STRUCTURAL STEELWORK

For all structural steelwork refer to SNZ TS 3404 and AS/NZS 2312.1 for paint coatings, AS/NZS 2312.2 for paint coatings on galvanizing and AS/NZS 2312:2002 for paint coatings on zinc spray.

Note; AS/NZS 2312:2002 is used for zinc spray until a new Standard AS/NZS 2312.3 is published.

1.12
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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Contract administrator

~

Time for review:

10 working days ~

10 working days ~

10 working days ~

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.

1.13
CERTIFY COATINGS

Certify on request, compliance with this specification and support with control and sampling records.  Test for dry film thickness to AS 3894.3 using Test Method B for magnetic induction and eddy current methods.  Inspection of the coating to include areas of the structure which are difficult to coat, are masked by structure or areas where double coating or light coating is likely due to the shape of the substrate.

 

Wet film thickness is to be tested to AS 3894.3 with an approved wet film gauge during application to minimise the possibility of low dry film thickness.

 

Coating to be tested for film continuity and defects to AS 3894.1 or 2.

The coating should be applied by an applicator who can certify that the coating has been applied in accordance with the specification.

1.14
RECORDS

Keep records as approved by project manager to AS 3894.10-14.

1.15
INFORMATION FOR OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE

Provide Dulux Protective Coatings maintenance instructions for the owner, including frequency of cleaning.

 

Refer to Dulux DuSpec specification sheets and product data sheets for details.

To comply with product warranties, the building owner has the responsibility to ensure components are maintained and cared for in accordance with the Dulux care and maintenance instructions.

Performance
1.16
QUALITY ASSURANCE

Maintain quality assurance programmes to AS/NZS ISO 9001 or other industry recognised quality procedures for specialist coatings as necessary to ensure that work is performed in accordance with this specification and the qualifying requirements of the contract documents.  Inspections to be made by the applicators NACE Certified Coatings inspector or ACA Certified Coatings technician under the direction of the NACE inspector.

1.17
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.

1.18
DULUX INSPECTION

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

1.19
HEALTH AND SAFETY

Refer to the requirements of the Health and Safety at Work Act 2015 and WorkSafe NZGuidelines 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 by 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.

Use this clause if specifying coatings with a hazardous substance base.

1.20
MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEETS

Visit www.duspec.co.nz or telephone Dulux (0800 800 424) for the material safety data sheets for every applicable product and comply with the safety procedures listed.  Keep sheets on the site.

Hold Points and Notification Points

Refer to section 1232 INTERPRETATION & DEFINITIONS for definition of terms.

Hold Points or Notification Points are beyond general inspections and both include notifying the Contract administrator and possibly others.

In this section Hold Points or Notification Points may include, but are not limited to, some of the items listed in the INSPECTIONS clause above.

1.21
HOLD POINTS

Notify of Hold Point work/item, do not to proceed further with work/item until advised to continue.

Notify:

Contract administrator

Notification:

2 working days prior to work/item being carried out.

Add to who is to be notified (e.g. paint manufacturer, independent inspector) and amend notification period if required.

 

Hold Point Schedule

Location

Hold Point

Requirement

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~

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Location could be - On-site, Off-site, or location within building etc.

Hold Point - Refer to items listed in INSPECTIONS clause, include as appropriate and expand if required.

Requirement may include - a work procedure, a submission, evidence etc.

1.22
NOTIFICATION POINTS

Notify of Notification Point work/item, do not to proceed further with work/item until advised to continue.

Notify:

Contract administrator

Notification:

2 working days prior to work/item being carried out.

Add to who is to be notified (e.g. paint manufacturer, independent inspector) and amend notification period if required.

 

Notification Point Schedule

Location

Notification Point

Requirement

~

~

~

~

~

~

Location could be - On-site, Off-site, or location within building etc.

Notification Point - Refer to items listed in INSPECTIONS clause, include as appropriate and expand if required.

Requirement may include - a work procedure, a submission, evidence etc.

2
PRODUCTS
Materials
2.1
COATING SYSTEMS

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.  Refer to SELECTIONS for coating system.

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

2.2
PRIMER

Refer to SELECTIONS for type.

Check compatibility with top coating systems.

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 temperature between 10°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%, 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.

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 dry and that ambient conditions are such that condensation does not occur before the paint reaches surface-dry condition.

Application - surface preparation
3.6
SURFACE PREPARATION - GENERAL

Prepare surface to AS 1627 1-9 by removing surface defects including cracks, laminations, deep pitting, weld spatter slag, burrs, fins sharp edges and other defects.  Weld porosity, if not deemed defective, to be filled with two component epoxy - putty that is compatible to the specified coating system.

 

Surface contaminants such as oil, grease, dirt and loose particles to be removed to AS 1627.1 using an alkaline oil emulsifier / degreaser as approved by Dulux. Inspect for particulate contamination to AS/NZS 3894.6 method C and designate the appropriate value as Rating 1 to 5.

3.7
SURFACE PREPARATION - HIGH PRESSURE WATER JETTING

Only trained operators in the equipment use and work methods of high pressure water cleaning and water jetting are to carry out the required surface preparation.  Refer to Dulux for specific nozzle pressures for the substrate to be cleaned.  Washing water to be potable and all water used in any surface preparation or cleaning to be filtered through appropriate filters prior to discharge to drain.  Any contaminants which cannot be removed from the water on site to be contained for disposal at a licensed waste disposal site.

3.8
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.

 

Where steel is only partly encased, then extend priming 30mm maximum into the concrete encasement area.

3.9
BRUSHING AND POWER TOOL CLEANING

Remove oil and grease by the use of approved solvents.  Scrape and power wire brush to a minimum class 2 finish to AS 1627 Metal finishing - Preparation and pretreatment of surfaces - Method selection guide - Power tool cleaning.

 

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.

3.10
ABRASIVE BLASTING

Surfaces that are to be abrasive cleaned are to be tested to AS 3894.6 for the presence of soluble and metallic salts to remove oil and grease by the use of approved solvents.  Abrasive blast clean to a Sa Class 2.5 finish, to AS 1627.4 Metal finishing - Preparation and pretreatment of surfaces - Method selection guide - Abrasive blast cleaning.  The profile or Anchor Pattern is to be measured to AS/NZ 3894.5 Site testing of protective coatings - Determination of surface profile and to achieve a surface profile of between 35-60 microns.

 

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.

 

Apply the protective coating system within four hours of blast cleaning, or before visual tarnishing of the steel occurs.

3.11
PREPARING GALVANIZED SURFACES

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

Dulux provides warranties over galvanized substrates on a case by case basis only.  If you require a warranty on a galvanized substrate check with Dulux before proceeding with coating system.

3.12
PREPARING ZINC AND ALUMINIUM/ZINC COATINGS

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

3.13
SHOP PRIMING

Dust off and apply a coat of primer.

Generally use high build primers to give a single coat thickness of between 75 and 125 microns.  Use primers that suit the standard of preparation.  Better primers will require grit blasted surfaces rather than wire brushing.  Ensure suitable, compatible undercoats and top coats are specified elsewhere.  Also check the manufacturer's literature.

3.14
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.  Reprime if the primer fails, or more than 4 weeks elapse before the final coating system is applied.

Application - general
3.15
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.

Extra costs may be required if an incorrect DFT has been applied or a low opacity colour chosen.

3.16
OVERCOATING

Coatings that are cured overnight or in excess of 12 hours are to be washed down with fresh potable water and fully dried before recoating.  Refer to Dulux technical data sheet recoating instructions.

Completion
3.17
PROTECTION

Use dropsheets, coverings and masking necessary to protect adjoining fixtures, fittings and spaces from paint drops, spots, spray and damage.  Use adequate protection of the coating against damage and or exposure until fully cured.

3.18
REMEDIAL

Areas requiring remedial work to be recorded and subsequent repairs carried out by the applicator to Dulux technical data sheet recoating instructions.

3.19
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:

~

inspection:

~

4.2
PRIMER

Brand/type:

~

4.3
SHOP PRIMING

Dry film build:

~ microns

Generally use high build primers to give a single coat thickness of between 75 and 125 microns.

Exterior exposed mild steel industrial protective coating systems - PUR5, PUR4, PUR3 systems

PUR5, PUR4, PUR3 systems - very long term to medium term, in accordance with AS/NZS 2312.1.

4.4
EXTERIOR STEEL - PUR5 - VERY LONG TERM SYSTEM

Gloss level:

Gloss

Coating type:

Epoxy zinc rich primer/Intermediate/Polyurethane gloss

System:

DuSpec NZ_SC09430

Preparation:

Abrasive blast to AS 1627.4 Class 2.5

1st coat:

DULUX Zincanode 402 @ 75 microns DFT

2nd coat:

DULUX Duremax GPE @ 150 microns DFT

3rd coat:

DULUX Weathermax HBR @ 100 microns DFT

4.5
EXTERIOR STEEL - PUR4 - LONG TERM SYSTEM

Gloss level:

Gloss

Coating type:

Epoxy zinc rich primer/Intermediate/Polyurethane gloss

System:

DuSpec NZ_SC09435

Preparation:

Abrasive blast to AS 1627.4 Class 2.5

1st coat:

DULUX Zincanode 402 @ 75 microns DFT

2nd coat:

DULUX Duremax GPE @ 125 microns DFT

3rd coat:

DULUX Luxathane R @ 50 microns DFT

4.6
EXTERIOR STEEL - PUR4 - LONG TERM SYSTEM - METALLIC FINISH

Gloss level:

Gloss

Coating type:

Epoxy zinc rich primer/Intermediate/Polyurethane gloss (metallic finish)

System:

DuSpec NZ_SC09436

Preparation:

Abrasive blast to AS 1627.4 Class 2.5

1st coat:

DULUX Zincanode 402 @ 75 microns DFT

2nd coat:

DULUX Duremax GPE @ 125 microns DFT

3rd coat:

DULUX Quantum FX @ 55 microns DFT

4th coat:

DULUX Quantum Clearcoat @ 45 microns DFT

4.7
EXTERIOR STEEL - PUR3 - MEDIUM TERM SYSTEM

Gloss level:

Gloss

Coating type:

Epoxy zinc phosphate primer/Intermediate/Polyurethane gloss

System:

DuSpec NZ_SC09437

Preparation:

Abrasive blast to AS 1627.4 Class 2.5

1st coat:

DULUX Durepon FRX @ 75 microns DFT

2nd coat:

DULUX Duremax GPE @ 125 microns DFT

3rd coat:

DULUX Luxathane R @ 50 microns DFT

Exterior exposed mild steel industrial protective coating systems - PUR2, PUR1 systems

PUR2, PUR1, systems - medium to short term, in accordance with AS/NZS 2312.1

4.8
EXTERIOR STEEL - PUR2 - SHORT TERM TO MEDIUM TERM SYSTEM

Gloss level:

Gloss

Coating type:

Epoxy zinc phosphate primer/Polyurethane gloss

System:

DuSpec NZ_SC09438

Preparation:

Abrasive blast to AS 1627.4 Class 2.5

1st coat:

DULUX Durepon FRX @ 75 microns DFT

2nd coat:

DULUX Luxathane R @ 50 microns DFT

4.9
EXTERIOR STEEL - PUR1 - SHORT TERM SYSTEM

Gloss level:

Gloss

Coating type:

Epoxy mastic/Polyurethane gloss

System:

DuSpec NZ_SC09439

Preparation:

Power tool clean to AS 1627.2

1st coat:

DULUX Durebild STE @ 125 microns DFT

2nd coat:

DULUX Luxathane R @ 50 microns DFT

4.10
EXTERIOR STEEL - ALK3 - SHORT TERM SYSTEM

Gloss level:

Gloss

Coating type:

Alkyl zinc phosphate primer/Alkyd top coat

System:

DuSpec NZ_SC09440

Preparation:

Power tool clean to AS 1627.2

1st coat:

DULUX Luxaprime ZP @ 75 microns DFT

2nd coat:

DULUX Metashield FD Enamel @ 40 microns DFT

Exterior zinc metal sprayed industrial protective coating systems

In accordance with AS/NZS 2312:2002.

4.11
EXTERIOR ZINC METAL SPRAYED STEEL - VERY LONG TERM SYSTEM

Gloss level:

Gloss

Coating type:

Epoxy zinc phosphate primer/Polyurethane gloss

System:

DuSpec NZ_SC09305

Preparation:

Clean to AS 1627.1 and lightly abrade

1st  coat:

DULUX Duremax GPE ZP @ 150 microns DFT

2nd coat:

DULUX Weathermax HBR 100 microns DFT

4.12
EXTERIOR ZINC METAL SPRAYED STEEL - LONG TERM SYSTEM

Gloss level:

Gloss

Coating  type:

Epoxy zinc phosphate primer/Polyurethane gloss

System:

DuSpec NZ_SC09443

Preparation:

Clean to AS 1627.1 and lightly abrade

1st coat:

DULUX Duremax GPE ZP @ 150 microns DFT

2nd coat:

DULUX Luxathane R @ 50 microns DFT

4.13
EXTERIOR ZINC METAL SPRAYED STEEL - LONG TERM SYSTEM - METALLIC FINISH

Gloss level:

Gloss

Coating type:

Epoxy zinc phosphate primer/Polyurethane gloss (metallic finish)

System:

DuSpec NZ_SC09313

Preparation:

Clean to AS 1627.1 and lightly abrade

1st coat:

DULUX Duremax GPE ZP @ 150 microns DFT

2nd coat:

DULUX Quantum FX @ 55 microns DFT

3rd coat:

DULUX Quantum Clearcoat @ 45 microns DFT

4.14
EXTERIOR ZINC METAL SPRAYED STEEL - MEDIUM TERM SYSTEM

Gloss level:

Gloss

Coating type:

Epoxy zinc phosphate primer/Polyurethane gloss

System:

DuSpec NZ_SC09475

Preparation:

Clean to AS 1627.1 and lightly abrade

1st coat:

DULUX Durepon P14 @ 75 microns DFT

2nd coat:

DULUX Luxathane R @ 50 microns DFT

Exterior galvanized steel industrial protective coating systems

In accordance with AS/NZS 2312.2.

4.15
EXTERIOR GALVANIZED STEEL - VERY LONG TERM SYSTEM

Gloss level:

Gloss

Coating type:

Galvanized/Epoxy zinc phosphate primer/Polyurethane gloss

System:

DuSpec  NZ_SC09305

Preparation:

Clean to AS 1627.1 and lightly abrade

1st coat:

DULUX Duremax GPE ZP @ 150 microns DFT

2nd coat:

DULUX Weathermax HBR 100 microns DFT

4.16
EXTERIOR GALVANIZED STEEL - LONG TERM SYSTEM

Gloss level:

Gloss

Coating type:

Galvanized/Epoxy zinc phosphate primer/Polyurethane gloss

System:

DuSpec NZ_SC09443

Preparation:

Clean to AS 1627.1 and lightly abrade

1st coat:

DULUX Duremax GPE ZP @ 150 microns DFT

2nd coat:

DULUX Luxathane R@ 50 microns DFT

4.17
EXTERIOR GALVANIZED STEEL - LONG TERM SYSTEM - METALLIC FINISH

Gloss level:

Gloss

Coating type:

Galvanized/Epoxy zinc phosphate primer/Polyurethane gloss (metallic finish)

System:

DuSpec NZ_SC09313

Preparation:

Clean to AS 1627.1 and lightly abrade

1st coat:

DULUX Duremax GPE ZP @ 150 microns DFT

2nd coat:

DULUX Quantum FX @ 55 microns DFT

3rd coat:

DULUX Quantum Clearcoat @ 45 microns DFT

4.18
EXTERIOR GALVANIZED STEEL - MEDIUM TERM SYSTEM

Gloss level:

Gloss

Coating type:

Galvanized/Epoxy zinc phosphate primer/Polyurethane gloss

System:

DuSpec NZ_SC09475

Preparation:

Clean to AS 1627.1 and lightly abrade

1st coat:

DULUX Durepon P14 @ 75 microns DFT

2nd coat:

DULUX Luxathane R@ 50 microns DFT

Exterior non-ferrous metal industrial protective coating systems
4.19
EXTERIOR NON FERROUS METAL - VERY LONG TERM SYSTEM

Gloss level:

Gloss

Coating type:

Epoxy mastic/Polyurethane gloss

System:

DuSpec NZ_SC09307

Preparation:

Clean to AS 1627.1 and lightly abrade

1st coat:

DULUX Durebild STE @ 125 microns DFT

2nd coat:

DULUX Weathermax HBR 100 microns DFT

4.20
EXTERIOR NON FERROUS METAL - LONG TERM SYSTEM - METALLIC FINISH

Gloss level:

Gloss

Coating type:

Epoxy mastic/Polyurethane gloss (metallic finish)

System:

DuSpec NZ_SC09311

Preparation:

Clean to AS 1627.1 and lightly abrade

1st coat:

DULUX Durebild STE @ 125 microns DFT

2nd coat:

DULUX Quantum FX @ 55 microns DFT

3rd coat:

DULUX Quantum Clearcoat @ 45 microns DFT

Exterior mild steel intumescent protective coating systems
4.21
EXTERIOR STEEL - INTUMESCENT FRR 30/60/90/120 - VERY LONG TERM SYSTEM

Gloss level:

Gloss

Coating type:

Epoxy zinc primer/GPE/Intumescent/polyurethane gloss

System:

DuSpec NZ_SC13825

Preparation:

Abrasive blast to AS 1627.4 Class 2.5

1st coat:

DULUX Zincanode 402 @ 75 microns DFT

2nd coat:

DULUX Duremax GPE @ 200 microns DFT

3rd coat:

ZONE Phoenix 370-60, 370-90, 370-120 or 170-120

4th coat:

DULUX Weathermax HBR @ 100 microns DFT

For more intumescent coating systems see 6742DZ DULUX - ZONE INTUMESCENT COATINGS.  For assistance with ZONE Phoenix specification contact ZONE on 0800 508 800.

4.22
EXTERIOR STEEL - INTUMESCENT FRR 30/60/90/120 - LONG TERM SYSTEM

Gloss level:

Gloss

Coating type:

Epoxy zinc phosphate primer/Intumescent/polyurethane gloss

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 370-60, 370-90, 370-120 or 170-120

3rd coat:

DULUX Weathermax HBR @ 100 microns DFT

4th coat:

DULUX Weathermax HBR @ 100 microns DFT

For more intumescent coating systems see 6742DZ DULUX - ZONE INTUMESCENT COATINGS.  For assistance with ZONE Phoenix specification contact ZONE on 0800 508 800.

4.23
EXTERIOR STEEL - INTUMESCENT FRR 30/60/90/120 - DECORATIVE METALLIC FINISH

Gloss level:

Gloss

Coating type:

Epoxy zinc phosphate primer/Intumescent/decorative acrylic topcoat (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 370-60, 370-90, 370-120 or 170-120

3rd coat:

DULUX Metallic Effects @ 25 microns DFT

4th coat:

DULUX Metallic Effects @ 25 microns DFT

For more intumescent coating systems see 6742DZ DULUX - ZONE INTUMESCENT COATINGS.  For assistance with ZONE Phoenix specification contact ZONE on 0800 508 800.

Interior mild steel industrial protective primer coating systems
4.24
INTERIOR STEEL - IZS1 - PRIMER FINISH LONG TERM

Gloss level:

Matt

Coating type:

Solvent based inorganic zinc silicate

System:

DuSpec NZ_SC09449

Preparation:

Abrasive blast to AS 1627.4 Class 2.5

1st coat:

DULUX Zincanode 304 @ 75 microns DFT

4.25
INTERIOR STEEL - EPOXY PRIMER ONLY

Gloss level:

Semi Gloss

Coating type:

Alkyd zinc phoshate primer

System:

DuSpec NZ_SC13818

Preparation:

Abrasive blast to AS 1627.4 Class 2.5

1st coat:

DULUX Durepon FRX @ 75 microns DFT

4.26
INTERIOR STEEL - PRIMER ONLY AKL2

Gloss level:

Flat

Coating type:

Alkyd zinc phoshate primer

System:

DuSpec NZ_SC09348

Preparation:

Abrasive blast to AS 1627.4 Class 2.5

1st coat:

DULUX Luxaprime ZP Primer @ 75 microns DFT

Interior mild steel industrial protective coating systems
4.27
INTERIOR STEEL - LONG TERM SYSTEM, C1-C2 CORROSIVE ENVIRONMENTS

Gloss level:

Gloss

Coating type:

Epoxy zinc phosphate primer/polyurethane gloss (PUR 2)

System:

DuSpec NZ_SC09077

Preparation:

Abrasive blast to AS 1627.4 Class 2.5

1st coat:

DULUX Durepon FRX @ 75 microns DFT

2nd coat:

DULUX Luxathane R @ 50 microns DFT

4.28
INTERIOR STEEL - LONG TERM SYSTEM - METALLIC FINISH

Gloss level:

Gloss

Coating type:

Epoxy zinc phosphate primer/Polyurethane gloss (metallic finish)

System:

DuSpec NZ_SC09068

Preparation:

Abrasive blast to AS 1627.4 Class 2.5

1st coat:

DULUX Durepon FRX @ 75 microns DFT

2nd coat:

DULUX Quantum FX @ 55 microns DFT

3rd coat:

DULUX Quantum Clearcoat @ 45 microns DFT

4.29
INTERIOR STEEL - MEDIUM TERM SYSTEM, C1-C2 CORROSIVE ENVIRONMENTS

Gloss level:

Gloss

Coating type:

Alkyd zinc phosphate primer/Alkyd topcoat

System:

DuSpec NZ_SC09451

Preparation:

Power tool clean to AS 1627.2

1st coat:

DULUX Metalshield FDZP Primer @ 40 microns DFT

2nd coat:

DULUX Metalshield FD Enamel @ 40 microns DFT

Interior galvanized industrial protective coating systems
4.30
INTERIOR GALVANIZED STEEL - LONG TERM SYSTEM

Gloss level:

Gloss

Coating type:

Epoxy mastic/Polyurethane gloss

System:

DuSpec NZ_SC09075

Preparation:

Clean to AS 1627.1 and lightly abrade

1st coat:

DULUX Durebild STE @ 125 microns DFT

2nd coat:

DULUX Luxathane R @ 50 microns DFT

4.31
INTERIOR GALVANIZED STEEL - LONG TERM SYSTEM - METALLIC FINISH

Gloss level:

Gloss

Coating type:

Epoxy mastic/Polyurethane gloss (metallic finish)

System:

DuSpec NZ_SC09066

Preparation:

Clean to AS 1627.1 and lightly abrade

1st coat:

DULUX Durebild STE @ 125 microns DFT

2nd coat:

DULUX Quantum FX @ 55 microns DFT

3rd coat:

DULUX Quantum Clearcoat @ 45 microns DFT

Interior non-ferrous metal protective coating systems
4.32
INTERIOR NON FERROUS METAL - LONG TERM SYSTEM

Gloss level:

Gloss

Coating type:

Epoxy primer/Polyurethane gloss

System:

DuSpec NZ_SC09076

Preparation:

Clean to AS 1627.1 and lightly abrade

1st coat:

DULUX Luxepoxy 4 White Primer @ 50 microns DFT

2nd coat:

DULUX Luxathane R @ 50 microns DFT

4.33
INTERIOR NON FERROUS METAL - LONG TERM SYSTEM - METALLIC FINISH

Gloss level:

Gloss

Coating type:

Epoxy primer/Polyurethane gloss (metallic finish)

System:

DuSpec NZ_SC09067

Preparation:

Clean to AS 1627.1 and lightly abrade

1st coat:

DULUX Luxepoxy 4 White Primer @ 50 microns DFT

2nd coat:

DULUX Quantum FX @ 55 microns DFT

3rd coat:

DULUX Quantum Clearcoat @ 45 microns DFT

Interior mild steel intumescent industrial protective coating systems
4.34
INTERIOR STEEL - INTUMESCENT FRR 30/60/90/120 - CONCEALED, EPOXY

Gloss level:

Semi Gloss

Coating type:

Epoxy zinc phosphate primer/Intumescent

System:

DuSpec NZ_SC13822

Preparation:

Abrasive blast to AS 1627.4 Class 2.5

1st coat:

DULUX Durepon FRX @ 75 microns DFT

2nd coat:

ZONE Phoenix 370-60,  370/90, 370-120 or 170-120

For more intumescent coating systems see 6742DZ DULUX - ZONE INTUMESCENT COATINGS.  For assistance with ZONE Phoenix specification contact ZONE on 0800 508 800.

4.35
INTERIOR STEEL - INTUMESCENT FRR 30/60/90/120 - CONCEALED, ALKYD

Gloss level:

Semi Gloss

Coating type:

Alkyd zinc phosphate primer/Intumescent

System:

DuSpec NZ_SC10042

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

For more intumescent coating systems see 6742DZ DULUX - ZONE INTUMESCENT COATINGS.  For assistance with ZONE Phoenix specification contact ZONE on 0800 508 800.

4.36
INTERIOR STEEL - INTUMESCENT FRR 30/60/90/120 - EXPOSED TO VIEW, ACRYLIC TOPCOAT

Gloss level:

Semi Gloss

Coating type:

Alkyd zinc phosphate primer/Intumescent/water-borne acrylic epoxy topcoat

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 370-60, 370-90, 370-120 or 170-120

3rd coat:

DULUX Enviropoxy WBE @ 50 microns DFT

4th coat:

DULUX Enviropoxy WBE @ 50 microns DFT

If epoxy primer required replace Luxaprime ZP with Durepon FRX at 75 microns DFT.

For more intumescent coating systems see 6742DZ DULUX - ZONE INTUMESCENT COATINGS.  For assistance with ZONE Phoenix specification contact ZONE on 0800 508 800.

4.37
INTERIOR STEEL - INTUMESCENT FRR 30/60/90/120 - EXPOSED TO VIEW

Gloss level:

Semi Gloss

Coating type:

Alkyd zinc phosphate primer/Intumescent/polyurethane gloss

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 370-60, 370-90, 370-120 or 170-120

3rd coat:

DULUX Luxathane R @ 50 microns DFT

4th coat:

DULUX Luxathane R @ 50 microns DFT

If epoxy primer required replace Luxaprime ZP with Durepon FRX at 75 microns DFT.

For more intumescent coating systems see 6742DZ DULUX - ZONE INTUMESCENT COATINGS.  For assistance with ZONE Phoenix specification contact ZONE on 0800 508 800.

4.38
INTERIOR STEEL - INTUMESCENT FRR 30/60/90/120 - DECORATIVE METALLIC FINISH

Gloss level:

Gloss

Coating type:

Alkyd zinc phosphate primer/Intumescent/Decorative 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 370-60, 370-90, 370-120 or 170-120

3rd coat:

DULUX Metallic Effects @ 25 microns DFT

4th coat:

DULUX Metallic Effects @ 25 microns DFT

If epoxy primer required replace Luxaprime ZP with Durepon FRX at 75 microns DFT.

For more intumescent coating systems see 6742DZ DULUX - ZONE INTUMESCENT COATINGS.  For assistance with ZONE Phoenix specification contact ZONE on 0800 508 800.

Exterior concrete walls industrial protective coating systems
4.39
EXTERIOR MASONRY WALLS - LONG TERM SYSTEM

Gloss level:

Gloss

Coating type:

Epoxy mastic/Polyurethane gloss

System:

DuSpec NZ_SC09589

1st coat:

DULUX Durebild STE @ 125 microns DFT

2nd coat:

DULUX Weathermax HBR @ 100 microns DFT

4.40
EXTERIOR MASONRY WALLS - LONG TERM SYSTEM - ISOCYANATE FREE

Gloss level:

Gloss

Coating type:

Epoxy mastic/Isocyanate free/Polyurethane gloss finish

System:

DuSpec NZ_SC09452

1st coat:

DULUX Durebild STE @ 125 microns DFT

2nd coat:

DULUX Acrathane IF @ 50 microns DFT

4.41
EXTERIOR TILT UP, PRECAST AND OFF THE FORM WALLS - LONG TERM SYSTEM

Gloss level:

Gloss

Coating type:

Epoxy mastic/Polyurethane gloss

System:

DuSpec NZ_SC09464

Preparation:

DULUX Acratex 400/4 Tiltwash @ 7 m²L

1st coat:

DULUX Durebild STE @ 125 microns DFT

2nd coat:

DULUX Weathermax HBR @ 100 microns DFT

4.42
EXTERIOR TILT UP, PRECAST AND OFF THE FORM WALLS - LONG TERM SYSTEM - ISOCYANATE FREE

Gloss level:

Gloss

Coating type:

Epoxy mastic/Isocyanate free/Polyurethane gloss finish

System:

DuSpec NZ_SC09465

Preparation:

DULUX AcraTex 400/4 Tiltwash @ 7 m²L

1st coat:

DULUX Durebild STE @ 125 microns DFT

2nd coat:

DULUX Acrathane IF @ 50 microns DFT

3rd coat:

DULUX Acrathane IF @ 50 microns DFT

Exterior concrete vehicle traffic industrial protective coating systems
4.43
EXTERIOR CONCRETE SURFACES - VEHICLE TRAFFIC

Gloss level:

Gloss

Coating type:

Epoxy mastic/Polyurethane gloss

System:

DuSpec NZ_SC09186

Preparation:

Diamond grind/shot blast

1st coat:

DULUX Durebild STE @ 125 microns DFT

2nd coat:

DULUX Durebild STE @ 125 microns DFT

3rd coat:

DULUX Weathermax HBR @ 100 microns DFT

Interior concrete walls industrial protective coating systems
4.44
INTERIOR MASONRY WALLS - HIGH DEMAND PAINT

Gloss level:

Semi Gloss

Coating type:

Epoxy primer/Water-borne acrylic epoxy

System:

DuSpec NZ_SC08955

1st coat:

DULUX Luxepoxy 4 White Primer @ 50 microns DFT

2nd coat:

DULUX Enviropoxy WBE @ 50 microns DFT

3rd coat:

DULUX Enviropoxy WBE @ 50 microns DFT

4.45
INTERIOR TILT UP, PRECAST AND OFF THE FORM WALLS - HIGH DEMAND PAINT

Gloss level:

Semi Gloss

Coating type:

Epoxy primer/Water-borne acrylic epoxy

System:

DuSpec NZ_SC08956

Preparation:

DULUX Acratex 400/4 Tiltwash @ 7 m²/L

1st coat:

DULUX Luxepoxy 4 White Primer @ 50 microns DFT

2nd coat:

DULUX Enviropoxy WBE @ 50 microns DFT

3rd coat:

DULUX Enviropoxy WBE @ 50 microns DFT

Interior concrete floors industrial protective coating systems
4.46
INTERIOR CONCRETE FLOORS - WATER BASED, 2 PACK EPOXY LOW VOC SYSTEM

Gloss level:

Eggshell

Coating type:

Water-borne epoxy primer semi gloss

System:

DuSpec NZ_SC08958

Preparation:

Diamond grind/shot blast

1st coat:

DULUX Luxafloor ECO2 @ 65 microns DFT

2nd coat:

DULUX Luxafloor ECO2 @ 65 microns DFT

4.47
INTERIOR CONCRETE FLOORS - HEAVY DUTY SYSTEM

Gloss level:

Semi Gloss

Coating type:

Epoxy mastic

System:

DuSpec NZ_SC08932

Preparation:

Diamond grind/shot blast

1st coat:

DULUX Durebild STE @ 125 microns DFT

2nd coat:

DULUX Dureblld STE @ 125 microns DFT

4.48
INTERIOR CONCRETE FLOORS - HEAVY DUTY SYSTEM - UV EXPOSED

Gloss level:

Gloss

Coating type:

Epoxy mastic/Polyurethane gloss

System:

DuSpec NZ_SC08933

Preparation:

Diamond grind/shot blast

1st coat:

DULUX Durebild STE @ 125 microns DFT

2nd coat:

DULUX Durebild STE @ 125 microns DFT

3rd coat:

DULUX Weathermax HBR @ 100 microns DFT

Anti graffiti coat industrial protective coating systems
4.49
ANTI GRAFFITI OVER NEWLY PAINTED - SINGLE PACK CLEAR

Gloss level:

Gloss

Coating type:

Anti graffiti coating

System:

DuSpec NZ_SC13793

1st coat:

DULUX Precision Anti Graffiti @ 16 microns DFT

2nd coat:

DULUX Precision Anti Graffiti @ 16 microns DFT

If painting over glossy, metal, glass, Colorbond, Colorsteel, or powder coated surfaces then use DULUX Precision Anti Graffiti Wash Primer prior to first coat.

For DULUX Precision Anti Graffiti coating to be removable then the substrate cannot be bare and must be painted prior to applying DULUX Precision Anti Graffiti coating.

4.50
ANTI GRAFFITI OVER NEWLY PAINTED - 2 PACK CLEAR

Gloss level:

Gloss

Coating type:

Two pack solvent based acrylic clear polyurethane

System:

DuSpec NZ_SC09131

1st coat:

DULUX Quantum Clearcoat @ 45 microns DFT

The newly painted surface must be left to cure for a minimum of 10 days before application of Quantum Clearcoat.

4.51
ANTI GRAFFITI OVER BARE SUBSTRATE (EXCL TILT UP) - SINGLE PACK CLEAR

Gloss level:

Gloss

Coating type:

Anti graffiti coating

System:

DuSpec NZ_SC13793

1st coat:

DULUX Precision Anti Graffiti @ 16 microns DFT

2nd coat:

DULUX Precision Anti Graffiti @ 16 microns DFT

If painting over glossy, metal, glass, Colorbond, Colorsteel, or powder coated surfaces then use DULUX Precision Anti Graffiti Wash Primer prior to first coat.

For DULUX Precision Anti Graffiti coating to be removable then the substrate cannot be bare and must be painted prior to applying DULUX Precision Anti Graffiti coating.

4.52
ANTI GRAFFITI OVER BARE SUBSTRATE (EXCL TILT UP) - 2 PACK CLEAR

Gloss level:

Gloss

Coating type:

Two pack solvent based acrylic clear polyurethane

System:

DuSpec NZ_SC09132

Preparation:

DULUX Prep Wash @ 6m²/L

1st coat:

DULUX Quantum Clearcoat @ 45 microns DFT

2nd coat:

DULUX Quantum Clearcoat @ 45 microns DFT

3rd coat:

DULUX Quantum Clearcoat @ 45 microns DFT

4.53
ANTI GRAFFITI OVER TILT UP, PRECAST AND OFF THE FORM CONCRETE - SINGLE PACK CLEAR

Gloss level:

Gloss

Coating type:

Anti graffiti coating

System:

DuSpec NZ_SC13794

Preparation:

DULUX AcraTex 400/4 Tiltwash @ 7 m²/L

1st coat:

DULUX Precision Anti Graffiti @ 16 microns DFT

2nd coat:

DULUX Precision Anti Graffiti @ 16 microns DFT

If painting over glossy, metal, glass, Colorbond, Colorsteel, or powder coated surfaces then use DULUX Precision Anti Graffiti Wash Primer prior to first coat.

For DULUX Precision Anti Graffiti coating to be removable then the substrate cannot be bare and must be painted prior to applying DULUX Precision Anti Graffiti coating.

4.54
ANTI GRAFFITI OVER TILT UP, PRECAST AND OFF THE FORM CONCRETE - 2 PACK CLEAR

Gloss level:

Gloss

Coating type:

Two pack solvent based acrylic clear polyurethane

System:

DuSpec NZ_SC09133

Preparation:

DULUX AcraTex 400/4 Tiltwash @ 7 m²/L

1st coat:

DULUX Quantum Clearcoat @ 45 microns DFT

2nd coat:

DULUX Quantum Clearcoat @ 45 microns DFT

3rd coat:

DULUX Quantum Clearcoat @ 45 microns DFT

4.55
ANTI GRAFFITI OVER EXISTING COATING - PIGMENTED

Gloss level:

Gloss

Coating type:

Epoxy mastic/Polyurethane gloss

System:

DuSpec NZ_SC09134

Preparation:

DULUX Prep Wash @ 6 m²/L

1st coat:

DULUX Durebild STE @ 125 microns DFT

2nd coat:

DULUX Weathermax HBR @ 100 microns DFT

4.56
ANTI GRAFFITI OVER BARE SUBSTRATE - SACRIFICIAL ONLY

Gloss level:

Invisible

Coating type:

Water-borne vegetable biopolymer sacrificial coating

System:

DuSpec NZ_SC09477

Preparation:

DULUX Prep Wash @ 6 m²/L

1st coat:

DULUX APP Surfaceshield S

Application rates vary depending upon the porosity of the substrate.  For very porous substrates additional passes or coats will be required.

Surfaceshield can only be applied by Dulux approved applicators.  Contact a Dulux representative to discuss availability in your area.

4.57
ANTI GRAFFITI OVER BARE SUBSTRATE (EXCL TILT UP) - NON-SACRIFICIAL / SACRIFICIAL

Gloss level:

Invisible

Coating type:

Water-borne copolymer

System:

DuSpec NZ_SC09478

Preparation:

DULUX Prep Wash @ 6 m²/L

1st coat:

DULUX APP Surfaceshield HD

2nd coat:

DULUX APP Surfaceshield S

Application rates vary depending upon the porosity of the substrate.  For very porous substrates additional passes or coats will be required.

Surfaceshield can only be applied by Dulux approved applicators. Contact a Dulux representative to discuss availability in your area.

4.58
ANTI GRAFFITI OVER TILT UP, AND OFF THE FORM CONCRETE - NON-SACRIFICIAL / SACRIFICIAL

Gloss level:

Invisible

Coating type:

Water based copolymer/Water-borne vegetable biopolymer sacrificial coating

System:

DuSpec NZ_SC09479

Preparation:

DULUX Acratex 400/4 Tiltwash @ 7 m²/L

1st coat:

DULUX APP Surfaceshield HD

2nd coat:

DULUX APP Surfaceshield S

Application rates vary depending upon the porosity of the substrate.  For very porous substrates additional passes or coats will be required.

Surfaceshield can only be applied by Dulux approved applicators.  Contact a Dulux representative to discuss availability in your area.

4.59
ANTI GRAFFITI OVER BARE SUBSTRATE (EXCL TILT UP) - NON-SACRIFICIAL

Gloss level:

Invisible

Coating type:

Water based copolymer

System:

DuSpec NZ_SC09481

Preparation:

DULUX Prep Wash @ 6 m²/L

1st coat:

DULUX APP Surfaceshield HD

Application rates vary depending upon the porosity of the substrate.  For very porous substrates additional passes or coats will be required.

Surfaceshield can only be applied by Dulux approved applicators.  Contact a Dulux representative to discuss availability in your area.

4.60
ANTI GRAFFITI OVER TILT UP, AND OFF THE FORM CONCRETE - NON-SACRIFICIAL

Gloss level:

Invisible

Coating type:

Water based copolymer

System:

DuSpec NZ_SC09480

Preparation:

DULUX Acratex 400/4 Tiltwash @ 7m²/L

1st coat:

DULUX APP Surfaceshield HD

Application rates vary depending upon the porosity of the substrate.  For very porous substrates additional passes or coats will be required.

Surfaceshield can only be applied by Dulux approved applicators.  Contact a Dulux representative to discuss availability in your area.

4.61
ANTI GRAFFITI OVER BARE HORIZONTAL SUBSTRATE - NON-SACRIFICIAL

Gloss level:

Invisible

Coating type:

Water based copolymer

System:

DuSpec NZ_SC09482

Preparation:

DULUX Prep Wash @ 6 m²/L

1st coat:

DULUX APP Surfaceshield HD-H

Application rates vary depending upon the porosity of the substrate.  For very porous substrates additional passes or coats will be required.

Surfaceshield can only be applied by Dulux approved applicators. Contact a Dulux representative to discuss availability in your area.

4.62
ANTI GRAFFITI OVER NEWLY PAINTED - SINGLE PACK CLEAR

Gloss level:

Satin

Coating type:

Single pack water based anti graffiti

System:

Performance Solutions (supplied by Dulux)

1st coat:

VandlGuard

2nd coat:

VandlGuard

3rd coat:

VandlGuard (optional)

The newly painted surface must be left to cure for a minimum of 10 days before application of VandlGuard.  Contact a DULUX representative or PERFORMANCE SOLUTIONS 0800 999 122 for further information regarding specified PERFORMANCE SOLUTIONS.

4.63
ANTI GRAFFITI OVER BARE SUBSTRATE (EXCL TILT UP) - SINGLE PACK CLEAR

Gloss level:

Satin

Coating type:

Water based sealer/Single pack water based anti graffiti

System:

Performance Solutions (supplied by Dulux)

Preparation:

DULUX Prep Wash @ 6 m²/L

1st coat:

MicroSeal

2nd coat:

VandlGuard

3rd coat:

VandlGuard

4th coat:

VandlGuard (optional)

Contact a DULUX representative or PERFORMANCE SOLUTIONS 0800 999 122 for further information regarding specified PERFORMANCE SOLUTIONS.

4.64
ANTI GRAFFITI OVER TILT UP, PRECAST AND OFF THE FORM CONCRETE - SINGLE PACK CLEAR

Gloss level:

Satin

Coating type:

Water based sealer/Single pack water based anti graffiti

System:

Performance Solutions (supplied by Dulux)

Preparation:

DULUX AcraTex 400/4 Tiltwash @ 7 m²/L

1st coat:

MicroSeal

2nd coat:

VandlGuard

3rd coat:

VandlGuard

4th coat:

VandlGuard (optional)

Contact a DULUX representative or PERFORMANCE SOLUTIONS 0800 999122 for further information regarding specified PERFORMANCE SOLUTIONS.