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Technical Dayta Sheet Compedium

CONTENTS CONCRETE REPAIR CORROSION CONTROL GROUTS & ANCHORS PROTECTIVE COATINGS INDUSTRIAL FLOORING SURFACE TREATMENTS JOINT SEALANTS CONCRETE JOINTING ROOFING WATERSTOPS WATERPROOFING JOINT FILLERS TIMBER FLOORING ALPHABETICAL Emer-Clad® Architectural A high performance water based decorative and protective facade coating Uses As a decorative and protective facade membrane coating to most types of buildings and walls after the recommended primer or surface preparation. Advantages „ Proven track record for over 35 years „ Australian made „ Low VOC level - 55.3 grams per litre „ Safe to use, water borne acrylic formulation „ Highly flexible - accommodates movement and minor „ Available in a select range of standard colours - can to „ Can be applied to a wide range of substrates „ Excellent build properties enable application to both „ Available in matt and satin finish „ Excellent resistance to embrittlement „ Excellent resistance to UV, weathering, chloride ions and „ One component - readily applied direct from pail „ Easy water clean up INDEX 188 Technical Data Sheet cracking of substrates tinted to over 800 colours horizontal and vertical surfaces CO² Description The Emer-Clad system comprises a single component water based, high solids, acrylic copolymer waterproof membrane coating and is available in matt or satin finish. Emer-Clad is a crack-accommodating coating containing additives to inhibit the growth of mould, resist bacterial growth and aggressive elements ie: resistant to UV light, chloride ion and carbonation attack. Emer-Clad dries to form an aesthetically pleasing waterproof protective coating and may be applied by brush, roller or airless spray. Design Criteria Emer-Clad is designed to be applied by brush, roller or airless spray over a selected primer, to achieve a dry film thickness of not less than 250 microns in two coats on vertical surfaces. Refer to application instructions for details. Please refer to the Emer-Clad Waterproofing Technical Data Sheet for information on the application of Emer-Clad on flat roof areas. Properties Primary colour range: White, light grey, mid July 2013 Page 1 grey, (special colours made to order) Volume solids: 53% (Matt white) 45% (Satin white) Physical or chemical change: Dries through loss of water Drying (25°C, 50% RH): Tack free: Recoat: Fully dried: 30 minutes 2 hours 7 days Application temperature: 10°C - 30°C Carbon dioxide diffusion resistance (AS/NZS 4548.5- 1999): Equivalent thickness of Matt 255m air(R): Satin 281m (Note: To protect concrete from carbonation, R must be at least 50M - Klopfer criteria) Equivalent thickness of 640mm Matt 30MPa concrete cover (Sc): 700mm Satin CO2Diffusion Coefficient cm²/ sec: 1.6 x 10-07 Matt 1.7 x 10-07 Satin Water vapour transmission resistance (AS/NZS 4548.5- 1999) Vapour Transmission Satin 32.2g/m²/24hours Rate of composite: Matt 42.0g/m²/24hours Equivalent thickness of Air (SD)m: Matt 1.0 m Satin 1.0 m Vapour Diffusion Coefficient,cm²/sec: Matt 1.1 x 10-04 Satin 7.8 x 10-05 July 2013


Technical Dayta Sheet Compedium
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