Wethertex PP77 All Weather Pliolite Masonry Paint is designed with 45 years of industry knowledge and tested with a hydro-thermal testing chamber, which subjects our products to the most extreme weather conditions.
PP77 All Weather Pliolite Masonry Paint is a premium coating, formulated using Pliolite technology to provide excellent adhesion, and low temperature application. PP77 All Weather Pliolite Masonry Paint truly is all weather, suitable for application in temperatures as low as -5˚C, and rain resistant in 20 minutes, allowing for application in winter months also.
- Rain resistant in 20 minutes
- Apply down to -5C
- Excellent adhesion
- Highly water resistant
- Matt finish
- Existing well adhered paint coating
- Building Board
Further Details and Technical Data
2-3kg per m2 or 1.4-2.1m2 per litre
Make good cracks and structural defects. All surfaces must be clean, dry and free from algae, lichen & other growths. Any faults in the substrate/structure, particularly those that can lead to moisture penetration, must be rectified or can affect the finish quality. Any existing crazed or flaking paint, dirt, grease or other surface contaminants should be removed. For optimum performance apply to a substrate that has been primed with Wethertex ST1 Quick Dry Stabilising Primer. Scaffolding must be independently tied to allow for uninterrupted application.
Stir the product thoroughly and do not contaminate. For application by hawk and trowel apply to 1-2mm thick and texture using a High Build application roller, or other texturing rollers or tools. For spray application, prime all areas to be decorated. For best results in terms of finish, coverage, speed of application and low over spray the following set up is recommended. Use a GC 200/24 2HP compressor or larger that can continuously deliver a maximum of 80psi at 4-5 cubic feet per minute on a 3 metre (max) length air-line to the spray gun. A GC 330 hopper feed spray gun with a 3mm air cap and tip size of 3-4mm. Apply at 40psi air flow/ spraying pressure with an 18” (450mm) distance from gun tip to the surface being coated. Cover areas not to be sprayed with masking tape and wet strength masking paper or film. Spray using a ‘cross hatch’ method, i.e. horizontally & vertically to achieve a full, uniform and even texture overall. Clean the tip and air cap frequently during use to prevent blocking. Apply all products in accordance with BS 6150: 2006 Code of Practice for painting of buildings and BS 8000: Part 12: 1989 Code of Practice for decorative wall coverings and painting.
All equipment must be washed with clean, cold water immediately after use. Waste material should not be emptied in the drainage systems. Some local authorities have special facilities for the disposal of leftover paint. Please do not add any product into drains or watercourses.
Ensure appropriate PPE is worn – suitable gloves, protective eye goggles, suitable clothing etc.
Refer to the product Data and Safety Sheets for further details or contact us for free advice.