Good UV resistance, and excellent water resistance and can be overcoated easily after long exposure periods.
- Application Methods
- Airless Spray, Brush, Roller
- Up to 10sq/m per litre
- VOC level
- Touch dry
- 1-4 hours
- 4-8 hours
- Water & Detergent
Bradite WC44 Cladit (Tinted) is available in 298 colours from the Bradite Colour Cards.
Always ask your client to try their colour choice on the wall first. Colour cards and emulsion sample pots are available at your local Brewers or at designerpaint.com
Bradite paints and coatings meet the highest quality and performance standards in the most demanding environments. To obtain satisfactory results you should ensure you know the best way to use the product. Free advice is available upon request from Bradite Paints and its distributors. General advice given below does not constitute a specification.
High pressure water cleaning to remove all loose and flaking paint and contamination back to a sound substrate. Bradite TD39 industrial strength detergent washing and rinsing should be used with scrubbing to remove grease or oil. Check & confirm adhesion of apparently sound cladding coating by carrying out cross hatch adhesion test to all elevations. If adhesion is suspect then elevation should be completely stripped of old coating and repainted.
Intact areas of existing coatings should, ideally, be roughened by manual or mechanical sanding. Feather back exposed areas to a sound coating edge. Cracks and pits should be filled using a suitable filler before painting. Substrate should be dust free and completely dry before coating. Exposed ferrous & non-ferrous substrates should be blast cleaned to SIS Sa21/2 or manually cleaned to SIS St3, then patch primed with Bradite SORTED WP45 primer.
- Brush and roller, thin with 0-5% water if required.
- Conventional air spraying, think with 10-20% water as required, tip size 2.0mm, tip pressure 60psi (0.4MPa) approximately.
- Airless spraying, thin with 0-15% water as required, tip size 18thou (0.46mm) approximately, tip pressure 2100psi (15MPa).
- Always aim to paint an elevation preceding direct sunlight illumination to prevent painting onto warm surfaces which may cause too rapid drying and detract from application properties and finish appearance quality.
- Application and use should always conform to the codes of practice described in BS 6150 and BS 5493.