Sikkens Cetol WP 562 Biocidal Base Stain
Sikkens Cetol WP 562 is a deep penetrating dipping biocidal translucent base stain
Sikkens Cetol WP 562 is a deep penetrating waterbourne, pigmented translucent dipping, flow-coating, brushing machine and vacuum coater primer for exterior wooden components. It contains protection against blue stain. Primers are the connection between wooden surfaces and coatings. Their composition influences way the final coats perform, so it's vitally important to choose the correct primer for the job you are doing.
This product is now discontinued. Please see Sikkens WP 567.
Sikkens Cetol WP 562 is a deep penetrating dipping translucent waterbourne acrylic/alkyd impregnating primer with blue stain fungi protection for exterior joinery constructions.
This base coat for exterior wooden components can be tinted to any colour from the Joinery Color Classics collection with lightfast, weather resistant translucent pigments. It has deep penetration, good run-off and colouring properties.
It can be deluged using Dipping, Flow Coating, Brushing Machine or Vacuum Coater onto a variety of stable wooden components like Windows, Outer Doors, Conservatories and semi-stable wooden components like Rafters, Gates, Shutters and Posts
- Blue stain fungi protection
- Deep penetration
- Good run off properties
- Available in Joinery Colour Classics
- Good UV protection
|Coverage||6-20 m²/Litre Depending on application method, type and absorption of timber.|
|Application||Dipping, Flow Coating, Brushing Machine or Vacuum Coater|
|Drying Time||Touch dry in 30 minutes, dry to handle in 4-6 hours @ 23°C|
|Coats||2 Coats as part of a system|
|Cleanup||Clean with water immediately after use and, if required, add some commercially available washing-up liquid or ST 830.|
|Storage||2 Year if can kept dry and firmly shut|
Here at AllFinishes we take health and safety seriously and recommend you use the correct protection for the job. Disregarding safety equipment can be damaging and result in long term health conditions. Please check out our Moldex range for high quality respirators and hearing protection.
The wood moisture content for the application of Sikkens coating systems should be between 12 % and 15 %.
The selected wood, the design and the applied layer thicknesses must comply with current technical standards.
All horizontal surfaces shall be bevelled by 15 ° and all edges shall be rounded with a radius of at least 2 mm.
Joints and open end grains must be sealed to prevent the ingress of water into the structure.
The substrates must be dry, free from dust and grease. Where appropriate, the wooden articles to be treated must be fully secured (e.g. via tension belts or clamping devices) prior to treatment and during the dipping process, and must not be manually handled until after the treated articles are surface dry. Translucent, colour tints e.g. from the Joinery Color Classics collection.
All translucent colours can be mixed with each other. The optical impression of the individual translucent colours on different substrates and with different layer thicknesses is different, therefore sample coatings have to be applied to the wood to be treated.
Medium to highly pigmented translucent colours are more weather-resistant than low pigmented colours. Colourless coatings are not suitable for outdoor use. On timber rich in extractives, e.g., oak, larch or tropical wood, discolouration may occur – partially only as a result of weathering.
Automated dipping, flow-coating Brushing machine, vacuum coater Processing viscosity is approx.
11 seconds in a DIN cup 4 mm or approx. 23 25 seconds in a ISO cup 3 mm at 20 °C material temperature EU-Regulation No. 528/2012: This product must only be used in fully automated dipping processes where all steps in the treatment and drying process are mechanised and no manual handling takes place, including when the treated articles are transported through the dip tank to the draining/drying and storage (if not already surface dry before moving to storage).
Where appropriate, the wooden articles to be treated must be fully secured (e.g. via tension belts or clamping devices) prior to treatment and during the dipping process, and must not be manually handled until after the treated articles are surface dry.
The drying process of the coating depends on the applied film thickness and may be delayed when using timber with a high extractive contents or drying in damp/cold conditions.
During the drying process, always ensure for adequate temperature and ventilation. If the drying conditions are not met, damages within the coating cannot be excluded.
0,6 g/100 g propinyl butylcarbamate iodine 0,9 g/100 g propiconazol. Wood protection agents must be registered according to the BPD. (BPD = Biocide Product Directive) BAuA-registration Nr. N-40652 The substances are notified according to the guidelines 98/8/EG. and correspond to the requirements of the examination EN 152.1 against blue stain fungi.
Before use, read the identification and product information. Always follow customary protection measures, even when working with low emission products. Dipping tanks or reservoirs: when using metal reservoirs, we recommend using stainless steel, e.g., V2A, the use of other materials may cause corrosion.
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