Interior & Exterior

Access Acrylic PVA

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Prominent Paints Access Acrylic PVA is a high hiding acrylic paint for interior and exterior use for correctly prepared new plaster and concrete and a top coat for various types of cementitious substrates. It is a durable Acrylic PVA with a low VOC / odour and dries to a matt finish.

Products Applications:
Walls (Interior & Exterior), Ceilings (Interior & Exterior), and Interior & Exterior

Purchase:
Access Acrylic PVA is available in white in the following pack sizes: 5lt and 20lt


Description

White, pastel colours can be eye tinted.

Appearance: Matt.
Spreading Rate: 6 - 10m²/l dependent on surface texture and porosity.
Solids: ± 50% by mass and 30% by volume.
Density: 1,42kg/l.
Recommended Dry Film Thickness: 40μm per coat
Viscosity at 23°C: ± 115Kμ.
Flash Point: Non-flammable.
Respecting the environment: Dispose of excess product and containers in a responsible manner without harming the environment.
Storage:

  • Keep containers properly sealed. 
  • Store away from direct heat, sun and severe cold in a place with adequate ventilation.

Available Sizes: 5Lt and 20Lt

 

 

Features

  • Water based
  • Economical
  • Quick drying
  • Low odour
  • Good obliteration at low cost
  • Good over coating properties for an economical primer.

Intended Usages

  • An economical primer for new interior or exterior cement plaster surfaces.
  • Low cost finishing coat for interior ceiling boards.

Application Details

  • Mixing: Stir well before use with a flat paddle to a homogenous consistency. Stir occasionally during use.
  • Method: Roller and brush.
  • Thinning: Not recommended but 10% maximum with clean water if necessary.
  • Cleaning: Tap water. Remove as much of the product as possible from the application equipment before cleaning with water.

Application Conditions:

  • Surface Temperature between 5°C and 40°C.
  • Ambient Temperature between 5°C and 40°C.
  • Relative Humidity between 10% and 85%.
  • Ideally, apply when the temperature of the substrate is at least 2ºC above dew point and if possible away from direct sunlight.
 

Touch dry: 30 minutes @ 23°C. 

Recoating time: 4 hours at 23°C.

Full cure: 7 – 21 day depending on weather conditions.

Note: higher temperatures will accelerate the drying times (approximately halved for every 10°C increase) whilst lower temperatures will retard the drying times (approximately doubled for every 10°C decrease.

Requirements: 1 Coat as a primer & 2 coats as a finishing coat on interior ceiling boards.

Surface Preparations
Surfaces must be sound, clean and dry (moisture content below 15%) before painting. Newly applied plaster need to be left for 21 days or 1 week for every 5mm thickness of plaster. Undesirable weather conditions e.g. cold or wet weather conditions will result in extended curing period.

Plaster sand to comply with SABS 1090 requirements. Plaster mix must have a minimum thickness of 10mm, free from soft and friable material and comply with SABS 0164-1 for strength (MPA).

New Work:

Exterior cement plaster:

  • Apply directly.

Interior cement plaster:

  • Apply directly.

Gypsom plaster/board:

  • Apply directly.

Redecorating:
It is advisable to test the compatibility of coatings when redecorating is involved, i.e. paint a small section and then check the adhesion after 24 hours by applying a strip of masking tape and attempting to rip the paint off.

Gloss Paint, Eggshell Enamel, sheen emulsion paint:

  • Clean with ProGold General Purpose Cleaner diluted 1:10 with water and an abrasive pad, rinse and allow to dry before applying one coat Prominent Select Universal Undercoat.

Matt emulsion paint:

  • Sand to matt finish. Clean with ProGold General Purpose Cleaner diluted 1:10 with water and abrasive pad, rinse and allow drying before applying directly.

Chalky and powdery surfaces:

  • High-pressure water jet cleaning or clean with ProGold General Purpose Cleaner diluted 1:10 with water and an abrasive pad, rinse with water and allow to dry then apply one coat Prominent Select Bonding Liquid.

Poor condition surfaces, i.e. excessive peeling:

  • Strip down and treat as per new work.

Limitations

  • Not to be used directly on rhinolite, fibre cement or metal surfaces.
  • Can only be applied under specified conditions.
  • To ensure a consistent colour appearance, ensure that batch numbers on all the containers are the same. Where the batch numbers differ, intermix before use.
  • Cannot be applied in cold and moist conditions, e.g. bathrooms and kitchens.
  • Prominent Access Acrylic PVA should not be applied in areas where high scrub resistance is required and the application to heavy textured plaster is not recommended.
  • Product cannot accommodate excessive movement, i.e. Hairline cracking or application onto flexible coatings like textured coats and waterproofing systems.

Safety

  • Keep out of reach of children.
  • Ensure to maintain good ventilation during application and drying process.
  • Wear a suitable dust mask if sanding.
  • In case of skin contact, wash with soap and water or a recognised skin cleaner. Avoid contact with eyes. In the event where product came in contact with eyes rinse immediately with running water and seek medical advice.
  • If product is ingested drink plenty of water. Do not induce vomiting at any time. Seek medical advice.
  • Do not smoke while painting.
  • Refer to the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for detailed information about the product and transportation and classification criteria. MSDS is available from Prominent Paints Customer Service Department.
  • To avoid any risk of spillage, always transport in a secure upright position.
  • If the surface to be painted is asbestos then the preparation, cleaning and/or removal of broken asbestos sheeting needs to be done in compliance to the Asbestos Regulations, 2001 of the Occupational Health and Safety Act 1993. (ACT NO 85 of 1993). Contact Prominent Technical Department on 0861 776 646 or 011 389 4746 if a copy of the Asbestos Regulations is required.
  • Keep out of reach of children.
  • Ensure to maintain good ventilation during application and drying process.
  • Wear a suitable dust mask if sanding.
  • In case of skin contact, wash with soap and water or a recognised skin cleaner. Avoid contact with eyes. In the event where product came in contact with eyes rinse immediately with running water and seek medical advice.
  • If product is ingested drink plenty of water. Do not induce vomiting at any time. Seek medical advice.
  • Do not smoke while painting.
  • Refer to the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for detailed information about the product and transportation and classification criteria. MSDS is available from Prominent Paints Customer Service Department.
  • To avoid any risk of spillage, always transport in a secure upright position.
  • If the surface to be painted is asbestos then the preparation, cleaning and/or removal of broken asbestos sheeting needs to be done in compliance to the Asbestos Regulations, 2001 of the Occupational Health and Safety Act 1993. (ACT NO 85 of 1993). Contact Prominent Technical Department on 0861 776 646 or 011 389 4746 if a copy of the Asbestos Regulations is required.

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