Video: ISO-WSF Weather Protection Paint
2023 Author: Hannah Pearcy | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-26 11:39
The ISO-WSF weather protection paint from manufacturer Jansen can be used in many ways. More on this in the article.
It is suitable for weatherproof wood-based materials such as fences, wooden facades or palisades, as well as for hard PVC or galvanized sheets of gutters and downspouts. The painter's special product based on acrylate isolates wood constituents, combines base and top coat in one and prevents film contamination against algae and fungus. “To isolate wood constituents, ISO-WSF weather protection paint should always be applied undiluted. The same applies to nail and screw heads, because our special paint also passivates rust. The paint adheres to zinc substrates after a previous wetting agent wash, hard PVC should be pre-cleaned with Jansen SR-Plus,”recommends Jansens laboratory manager Heinrich Krebsbach. In addition, the ISO-WSF weather protection paint, available in silk-matt white, is thixotropic. It does not run off on vertical surfaces and remains well on edges. The special paint is dust-dry after one to two hours, can be painted over after six to eight hours and dried through after one or two days.
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