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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-Impact A water based decorative and protective façade coating Uses As a decorative protective coating Emer-Impact is suitable for application to most common facade substrates including concrete, render, flush jointed block and brickwork, fibre cement sheeting, tilt-up constructions and AAC blocks and panels after recommended primer/sealer application. Advantages „ Low VOC - 78.0 grams per litre „ Australian made „ Provides protection from water, carbon dioxide and „ Suitable for application to a wide range of surfaces „ Resistant to long term weathering „ Safe to use, water borne formulation „ Range of decorative colours „ Good abrasion and impact resistance „ Excellent resistance to embrittlement „ Allows water vapour to escape from structure „ Excellent mould and fungi resistance „ Good opacity Description Emer-Impact is a single component, water borne, high performance, acrylic coating which can be applied by roller or spray to achieve a range of finishes. It has excellent weathering properties and is resistant to mould and fungal growth. Emer-Impact dries to a satin finish and has excellent weather proofing properties whilst allowing moisture in the substrate to escape. INDEX 192 Technical Data Sheet chloride ions to concrete Technical support Parchem offers a comprehensive range of high performance, high quality products suitable for use within all aspects of the concrete repair and protection industry. In addition, the company offers a technical support package to specifiers, end users and contractors, as well as on-site assistance. Design criteria Emer-Impact 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 180 microns in two coats on vertical surfaces. Refer to application instructions for details. Properties Data quoted is typical for this product, but does not constitute a specification. Colour: White, plus special colours November 2012 Page 1 tinted to order Form: Single component liquid Volume solids: 47% (Satin white) Physical or chemical change: Dries through loss of water Drying (25°C, 50% RH) Tack free: Recoat: Fully Dried: 60 minutes 2 hours 7 days Application temperature: 10°C - 30°C Carbon dioxide diffusion resistance (AS/NZS 4548.5-1999) Equivalent Thickness of air 214 m (R), m (Note: To protect concrete from carbonation, R must be at least 50m - Klopfer criteria) Equivalent thickness of 530 mm 30MPa concrete (Sc): CO2 Diffusion Coefficient: 1.4 x 10-07 cm²/sec Water Vapour Transmission Resistance (AS/NZS 4548.5-1999) Vapour Transmission rate of 48g/m²/24hour Composite: Equivalent Thickness of air (Sd): 1m Vapour Difussion Coefficient: 7.6 x 10-05 cm²/sec Chloride ion diffusion coefficient m², sec (AS/NZS 4548-5 1999) @ 62 days: 3.1 x 10-12 m²/sec Water transmission resistance (AS/NZS 4548.5- 1999) @ 24 hrs 12 g/24h/m²/kPa November 2012


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