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Monday 18 August 2003 1:00:00 am

What is the Pliolite? I would like to know the definition and composition.

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Monday 18 August 2003 1:00:00 am

PROTEX PLIOLITE RESIN- BASED
EXTERIOR MASONRY COATING.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
DESCRIPTION
A top quality, smooth, matt finish exterior masonry coating manufactured from lead free pigments and durable pliolite resin. Air drying, white spirit/ aromatic and solvent borne. Protex Pliolite resin based exterior masonry coating is for internal or external use an all masonry surfaces. It is available in a range of colours largely to BS 4800: 1989.
The product is based on a solution of Pliolite resin in white spirit and contains pigmanets, extenders, biocides and other additives. A batch- blending process manufactures the product. Quality control is exercised on the basic raw materials during the production process and on the final product.
USES
Protective, decorative matt finish for exterior masonry surfaces including brick, concrete, stone, wood, cement, cement rendering, pebbledash and asbestos sheeting.
SPECIAL PROPERTIES
Excellent adhesion and durability. The micro particles of Pliolite masonry coating
penetrates very easily into the underlying surface. This not only anchors the paint film to the substrate, but also eliminates the need for any separate primer. Outstanding water resistance. Water is the main aggressor in the attack on exterior masonry coatings. Pliolite masonry coatings contain no water sensitive ingredients and there fore constitute the safest possible barrier to rain penetration. Can be applied in uncertain weather. Rain can wash out a waterborne paint system even several hours after it has been applied. Pliolite masonry coating is resistant to rain within 20- 30 minutes of application. Can be applied in very low temperatures. With all paints there is a minimum temperature below which they cannot dry to form a solid film. This temperature is around +5c with waterborne coatings. However, with Protex Pliolite masonry coating, it is as low as – 15c because of its wide tolerance of showers or cold weather during application. Protex Pliolite masonry coating can be applied to exterior masonry surfaces at virtually any time of the year. There is no need to wait for warm, dry conditions. It provides protection for up to 15 years provided that it has been applied according to the instructions, onto correctly prepared surfaces.
TECHNICAL
Spreading rate is approximately 6- 10 square metre per litre on smooth, non-porous surfaces. In common with all masonry coatings, the spreading rate will be reduced on rough surfaces such as pebbledash.
DRYING TIME
Touch dry in 1- 2 hours and re-coatable within that time. Hard dry is approximately 16- 24 hours.
APPLICATION METHODS
Stir well before use. Apply two coats allowing time for base coat to dry.
Suitable for application by brush, roller, conventional or airless spray. Do not thin except for spray application when using as a sealer coat, then add white spirit (to BS 245) as required.
EQUIPMENT CLEANER
White spirits or turpentine substitute.
STORAGE PRECAUTIONS
Replace lid firmly. Protect from frost.
SURFACE PREPARATION
Ensure surface to be painted is sound, clean, dry and completely free from grease. Treat any mould or lichen with Protex Bio-wash before removing with a scraper or a stiff brush, then wash down with water. Flaking and powdery surfaces should be scrapped, dry brushed and then given a sealer coat consisting of Protex Pliolite masonry coating thinned with up to 15% volume of white spirits ( to BS245) or Protex Primer.
DELIVERY & SITE HANDLING
The product has a shelf life of two years, no degradation of the material occurs but there may be some settling. Partly used containers can be restored, providing they are air- tight.
The product is classified “flammable” under the chemicals (hazard for information and packaging for supply) Regulations 1994. It has a flash point exceeding 30c and should be stored in a cool place, away from naked flames.
MAINTENANCE
The coating will with stand frequent washing without deterioration. A soft bristle brush should be used. For re coating, normally it is neither necessary nor possible to remove the existing coating completely. The surface should be prepared by washing or brushing and may be re coated with Protex Pliolite resin based exterior masonry coating. Redecoration with oil, gloss or cement paints are not possible.
DURABILITY
In normal conditions two coats of Pliolite resin based exterior masonry coating, properly applied to the substrate, will have good colour stability and will perform satisfactorily for up to 15 years. In industrial atmospheres, the coating may become dirty and to maintain its appearance, it may be necessary to clean or re coat more frequently. There will be a gradual change in colour, which will not be excessive, but the coating will be discoloured by water runs and care must be taken to ensure that the normal architectural details for shedding water are present and functioning. The coating may be abraded, particularly at ground level, by carelessness in use; e.g. if bicycles or gardening tools are repeatedly leant against it.
High VOC content 25- 50 %
VOC ( Volatile Organic Compounds) contribute to atmospheric pollution.
BBA
This product is approved by British Board of Agreement giving assurance of durability ABD quality of product after rigorous independent testing by the BBA.
Certificate No: 97 3394.
Expected life: In excess of 15 years.

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Tuesday 25 November 2003 1:00:00 am

Pliolite resins are dry acrylic resins for the formaulation of exterior masonry coatings. They are produced by Eliokem (ex-Goodyear Specialty Chemicals). You can visit the web site for more information: WWW.eliokem.com

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Wednesday 04 February 2004 1:00:00 am

I would like to know about,
chemical and physical properties of piolite
uses of plolite
and its reactions with ammonia.

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Saturday 07 February 2004 1:00:00 am

what is pliolite? I would like to know the defination and composition

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Sunday 20 June 2004 1:00:00 am

Is pliolite masonry coating -
1. vapour permeable, 2. alkali & fungal resistant, 3. uv resistant
4. self-cleaning, 5. possible life of 15 years, 6. Can it be applied over recently applied Dulux smooth Weathershield masonry paint?

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Friday 26 November 2004 1:00:00 am

What is pliolite resin?Who manufactures it. Which company uses it in India in making surface coatings(Paints)and waterproofing chemicals.Regs chari

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Tuesday 30 August 2005 1:00:00 am

Slight correction to earlier posts. Pliolite is a styrene butadiene (SBR) resin, not acrylic. It was originally developed by Goodyear France and has been popular in France for many years, much less so in other European markets. Eliokem took over the Goodyear business and it is now (mid-2005) expanding Pliolite capacity at Le Havre (France) and at Akron, Ohio (USA).
- RA (Editor, Focus on Pigments)

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Friday 04 November 2005 1:00:00 am

I have accidentally used the Pliolite based paint for a room indoor. The smell is very strong, and my question is: is the paint harmful to human health by inhalation (also for long term after the smell is gone)?
Thanks in advance for your reply
W. A. Schmidt

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Tuesday 13 December 2005 1:00:00 am

see website www.pliolite.com

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