Flutex 20

Flutex 20

Product Description

  • Semi-matt wall paint.
  • Recommended for premises with high functional requirements that are frequently exposed to dirt and wear and tear.

Unique Features

  • Wall paint
  • Distinct gloss
  • Extra robust surface

Environmental Information

Protection equipment for: Spray painting: painting suit, full face mask with combined filter. Painting: eye protection, gloves. Sanding: respiratory protection.
Environment information: Clean off the paint from tools and wash them with water. Bring remains of fluent paint to the local recycling centre. Minimize your paint waste by pre-estimating how much paint you need. Keep the leftover paint for future use so you can effectively reduce the environmental impact.

Usage

  • Hall areas / corridors, kitchens, washrooms, commercial premises, institutions, clinics, light industrial premises, retail shops, kitchens in institutions, stairways and stairwells.
  • Concrete, lightweight concrete, plaster, bricks, gypsumboards, fiber plaster, cement fiber boards, cement particle boards.
Nominal spreading rate (m2/l)
8

Preparation

Substrate
Must be clean, dry, solid and suitable for surface treatment.

Treatment

  • Remove loose material and paint by cleaninng and sanding.
  • Remove dirt, grime, grease and chalking materials with Fluren 37.
  • Water blotches or surfaces stained by nicotine or soot must be cleaned with Fluren 49 and treated with Stop Primer.
  • Hard, smooth surfaces should be sanded matt and painted with Fix Primer as required.
  • Cracks, unevenness and holes must be spackled.
  • Absorbent and porous substrates must be primed with Flügger Sealer
  • Priming is done with Combi Primer or Special Primer.
  • Apply 1-2 times. Some colours require an extra treatment.
Washability
Class 1

Application

  • Brush, roller or spray
  • Decide your choice of tool/utensil depending on the finish
  • Apply wet on wet and finish by brushing/rolling in the same direction
  • Always use the same batch number on contiguous/unbroken surfaces
  • Differences in surface structure can result in colour deviation
  • Cold/heat can affect the viscosity of the material
  • Material temperature for spray painting, min. 12⁰C
  • Condensation during drying/curing must not occur.
  • Cold and increased humidity extends drying time, full curing and recoat interval
  • Increased temperature and low atmospheric humidity reduce drying time and full curing
  • Always perform a test treatment for a check and acceptance of adhesion and result

Finishing

Finishing

Dry to touch at 20°C, 60% RF (Hours)
1
Recoatable at 20c, 60% RF (Hours)
4
Fully cured at 20c, 60% RF (Days)
28

Storage
Cool, frost free and tightly closed

Cleaning of Tools etc.
Water and soap

Technical Data

Density (kg/liter)
1.23
Weight %
51,8
Volume %
40,6
Dilution
Water, is usually not diluted
Humidity
Max. humidity 80 % RH.

Version

02-07-2020