TECHNICAL INFORMATION

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TECHNICAL INFORMATION
Product name:
Color/Article no.:
Maston HAMMER smooth, 250 ml
Black / 886001 • White / 886002 • Silver / 886003
Dark Green / 886004 • Red / 886006 • Blue / 886007
Dark Brown / 886008 • Yellow / 886009
Supplier/Producer:
Address:
Telephone:
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Maston Oy
Teollisuustie 10, FI 02880 Veikkola, Finland
+358 20 7188 580
+358 20 7188 599
[email protected]
www.maston.fi
8.11.2010 / ma
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION:
Rust protection, primer and paint all in one. Glossy, tough and hard-wearing surface with only one
application. The paint can be applied directly onto rust.
PRODUCT, PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS:
Usage:
Rust protection, primer and paint all in one,
for indoor and outdoor usage
Adhesion:
excellent adhesion
Chemical resistant:
excellent
Weather resistant:
excellent
Contents:
250 ml
Base:
alkyd paint
EU VOC-content:
A/i,VOC max.500g/L, (2010), VOC 400g/L
Coverage m2/l:
5,0 – 6,0 *)
Touch-dry:
1,5 h *)
Dry:
4 h *)
Repaint :
Repaint, if necessary, after 12 hours.
Heat resistant:
+150 °C
Optimum results with HAMMER metal paint!
Preparations:
Remove loose rust and flaky paint from the treatable surface using a steel brush. Remove any
grease and dirt. Dry the moist surface before the paint application. Mix the paint carefully before
use and between applications.
Painting:
Using a brush: Use a wider brush. Apply the paint as a thick uniform coat applying transverse
brushing movements. Finish the surface with light strokes. Repeat the application, if necessary,
after ca 12 hours.
Using a roller: use a paint roller of natural fibre. Cover the surface uniformly. Dilute the paint with
petroleum spirit, if necessary.
Coverage: depending on the object and method of application about 5-6 m2/l.
Dilution and washing the tools: petroleum spirit.
Drying time: touch-dry within 1.5 h, dry after 4 h. Repaint, if necessary, after 12 hours.
*) PLEASE NOTE! The coverage will depend upon many factors including texture, porosity, color
shade and moisture content of the substrate. Drying time will depend upon material, humidity and
air temperature as well as thickness of the layer/´s painted.
Please, consider the following when taking a paint box or a spray can to a rubbish bin:
Aerosols:
Aerosol cans are empty when no swashing is neither heard nor felt when the can is being shaken,
no fizzing is heard, and no propellant or any other substance is coming out when the valve pin is
being pressed.
The plastic cover and the valve pin should be removed from the recyclable can if possible
The empty aerosol can is taken to the same rubbish bin with other metal and package waste.
Empty aluminium and tin aerosol cans are recyclable.
Paint boxes:
1. Metallic paint boxes are suitable for recycling provided that they are empty and “brush dry”.
2. A hole should be punched in the bottom of the cone shaped paint boxes to ensure ventilation
and to thoroughly empty the boxes.
3. Metal caps are taken to small waste metal collection points separately. The cap should always
be removed from the can.
4. Large batches originating from professional use are delivered to a separate waste metal
collection point or to a scrap business.
Half-full aerosol cans and paint boxes containing wet paint should be taken to hazardous waste
collecting points. If an aerosol can is not entirely empty, it is advisable to save the can for further
use, or give it to somebody else to be used as aerosol remains useable in a can practically forever.
2(3)
The above information, based on laboratory tests and practical experience, has been proved valid at the date marked on the
product data sheet. As a manufacturer we cannot be responsible for any damages caused by using the product against our
instructions or for inappropriate purposes.
3(3)
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